Pope Francis’ political activism is raising this big red flag
Pope Francis has been a controversial Pope.
His tenure at the head of the Catholic Church has millions of Christians questioning his decisions and priorities.
Francis has ventured into political activism on a key issue and it is raising this big red flag.
Pope Francis has thrown himself 100 percent into the radical environmentalist movement.
Francis tried – and failed – to pressure Donald Trump into remaining in Barack Obama’s Paris Global Warming agreement.
Now Francis has delivered a major Papal pronouncement about so-called “climate refugees.”
“The dramatic contradictions I experienced during my visit help us to understand the importance of the present symposium’s theme. It is not just the homes of vulnerable people around the world that are crumbling, as can be seen in the world’s growing exodus of climate migrants and environmental refugees. As I sought to point out in my Encyclical Laudato Si’, we may well be condemning future generations to a common home left in ruins. Today we must honestly ask ourselves a basic question: “What kind of world do we want to leave to those who come after us, to children who are now growing up?” (ibid., 160). In the wake of the ecological crisis we ought to undertake a serious examination of conscience regarding the protection of the planet entrusted to our care (cf. Gen 2:15).”
Pope Francis has condemned the spread of so-called “fake news,” but he is promoting one of the great hoaxes in human history.
So-called “man-made global warming” is nonsense.
There is no scientific validity to substantiate the alarmist predictions of anti-capitalist and anti-American environmental alarmists.
Francis’ activism on an issue that is outside the Catholic Church’s traditional values is disturbing millions of the faithful who believe the Pope is watering down the Church’s beliefs in order to promote a more liberal version of Catholicism.