Climate Change and the Sanctity of Life

One would think that even the professional talking heads in the Catholic media would be sounding an alarm when the Pope joins with United States President Barack Obama, the most anti-Christian President in American history, and the anti-life forces of the United Nations, in their efforts to promote the anti-life ideology of “climate change”. One would be wrong, of course. However, The Voice of the Family has been calling attention to this baleful agenda and here is their latest offering:

We continue to publish the addresses given at the Rome Life Forum and at the seminar for pro-life leaders preceding it in Rome on 8th and 9th May and offer a presentation by Maria Madise entitled “Are the strong winds blowing from the United Nations changing the climate in the Vatican?”.

Maria Madise is the International, UN and Research Officer of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. She is also the coordinator of Voice of the Family, an international coalition of major pro-life and pro-family organizations, formed to offer their expertise and resources before, during and after the Synod on the Family in 2014-2015.

In her address Maria Madise explains why the recent symposium held at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences called “Protect the Earth, Dignify Humanity. The Moral Dimensions of Climate Change and Sustainable Development” is of major concern for life and family advocates. The workshop featuring two of the world’s leading promoters of the population control agenda – Ban Ki Moon, the UN Secretary General, and Professor Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute – took place in the end of April.

“Who are the people advising the guardians of the Church’s teaching, whose job it is to guide and protect the faithful in the loving truth of Christ?” asked Madise and added that “it is a schizophrenic situation, where collaboration is pursued between those who see life as gift from God and those who see it as a burden on the planet.”

While discussing the proposed aim of the participants in the Vatican symposium to “raise awareness and build a consensus that the values of sustainable development cohere with values of the leading religious traditions, with a special focus on the most vulnerable”, Maria Madise explained:

Pro-life and pro-family advocates, who lobby at the UN, know all too well how environmental issues have become an umbrella to cover a wide spectrum of attacks on human life and the family. These attacks pose an immediate threat to the lives of the most vulnerable – the unborn, the disabled and the elderly – as well as grave violations of parental rights as the primary educators of their children.

Noting that the agenda of the meeting expressed a desire “to help build a global movement across all religions for sustainable development and climate change throughout 2015 and beyond”, she continued:

It is even more troubling that this timetable exactly coincides with the negotiations of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the UN, which include these very attacks on the most vulnerable members of the world’s population. The SDG negotiations that will culminate in June and July will determine the direction and financial aid for the third world countries for the next 15 years. By the time of these negotiations we should have a papal encyclical on – environmentalism.

She added:

These meetings that are happening in the shadow of the family synod, aim to bring the language of the papal documents in line with the UN directives.

The final document of SDGs at the UN is going to be signed in September. Pope Frances is going to address the UN General Assembly in September on – environmentalism. Very sadly, it is all too obvious that his address could be seen as providing acceptance or validation by the Catholic Church of the global population-control agenda.

Maria Madise concluded:

Without prejudice to the validity or otherwise of the many theories about climate change, they should not be exploited to bring into question or deny the inviolability and the sanctity of each and every human life, unborn or born, healthy or sick any more than they can justify the rethinking of marriage, the family and parents’ rights.

She ended her presentation with a call to “face this turbulence prayerfully and courageously and to insist with all the means at our disposal that any discussion on the environment must stem from understanding that the family, defined correctly, is the key to sustainable development, particularly at this time when the Synod on the Family has been called by Pope Francis to consider problems facing the family.”

The full text of her presentation is available here.

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!

Remember, pray the Rosary and confound the devil!

Pope Bergoglio’s Green Agenda

We have been focusing on the church revolution proceeding under Pope Francis, mainly the Kasper Agenda and the final Synod against the family. But there is another front being vigorously pursued, that of Pope Bergoglio’s Green Agenda. Just a quick recap:

Dr. Elizabeth Yore’s latest article at The Remnant is a good reminder that the “Merciful Revolution” is proceeding on several fronts. Until now, we have focused on the final Synod and the Kasper Agenda. But this Most Humble Pope in History® is a multifaceted kind of guy and his Vatican just hosted a 5 day conference on “Sustainable Humanity, Sustainable Nature: Our Responsibility.”

“If I were reincarnated, I would wish to be returned to Earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels.”

Who is the grinning buffoon who said the words above? Read on to the end,

Back in January our Pontiff tipped his hand when he referred to a mother who was expecting her eighth child as irresponsible and cautioned Catholics not to “breed like rabbits”. Now Pope Bergoglio’s encyclical on the environment, due in about a month, is expected to hammer that point home with typical Bergoglian subtlety. Expect an emphasis on “responsible parenting” in support of sustainable development, which is a euphemism for the goal of reducing fertility rates by any means necessary.

The Agenda for the conference confirmed, “We wish to elevate the importance of the moral dimensions of protecting the environment in advance of the Papal encyclical and to build a global movement to deal with climate change and sustainable development throughout 2015 and beyond.”

Featured speakers were the United Nations’ Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and Professor Jeffrey Sachs. On his webpage, Sachs defines himself as “a world-renowned professor of economics, leader in sustainable development, senior UN advisor, bestselling author, and syndicated columnist”, thereby nearly eclipsing our humble pope. He is most noted for his promotion of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s).

If you go to the site, Sustainable Development., you’ll notice that the very first requirement for SDGs is that they: “Be based on Agenda 21 and the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation.” A keystone of the sustainable development program is reducing the fertility rates, especially in Africa. Dr. Sachs notes with alarm, “I am really scared about population explosion in Nigeria. It is not healthy. Nigeria should work towards attaining a maximum of 3 children per family.” Notice how he and Pope Francis are on the same page; “I believe that three children per family, from what the experts say, is the key number for sustaining the population. The key word here is responsible parenthood.”

Well, when “responsible parenthood” fails, there’s always that handy Boko Haram to thin out the population, isn’t there? It’s really interesting how folks like Dr. Sachs, Ban Ki Moon, and Pope Francis, never, ever, not even once, even so much as whisper a suggestion that the Muslims, who outbreed all the rest of us infidels, should practice “responsible parenthood”. Why is that? Any ideas?

Instead of throwing his support to the likes of Al Gore, Obama, Prince Philip and Sachs, the Vicar of Christ and leader of the Holy Roman Catholic Church should be defending the brave and holy Catholic families of Nigeria and other African countries who struggle heroically to raise good, strong Catholic families, not deriding them for “breeding like rabbits”. What a sad and twisted state of affairs!

It is always about power, after all. And the post-conciliar Church appears hell-bent on surrendering its authority to the United Nations. As John Vennari points out in his latest article, “Catholic Churchmen Dance to Enviro-Pagan Puppet Masters”,

1) For the eco/environmental program to be successful, it need(s) the religions of the world to invest it with some sort of “spiritual imperative”;
2) Religious leaders can then influence their own people, especially in backward countries with high illiteracy, to the cause of ecology and environmentalism. Prince Philip explained, “In many parts of the world, the only person with influence is the local religious leader.”

Mr. Vennari masterfully traces the roots of this rot back to the World Wildlife Fund and Prince Philip (The buffoon who uttered the quote above.).  Vennari’s article is must reading to understand how those who control the visible church today are marching the church in lock-step into subservience to one-world godless governance.

The lesson in all this is that once the Church decided to forsake Christ the King and align herself with the Lord of The World, she launched on to a deadly trajectory and is hurtling to the precipice as we approach the 100 year mark for the prophecies of Our Lady of Fatima. As Father Gruner frequently reminded us, the clock is ticking… There are 25 weeks til the end of October.

There is not time or strength for me this day to address a factor that plays strongly into both prongs of Pope Bergoglio’s attack on the faith. In both the Kasper Agenda and the equally toxic Green Agenda, a commonalty is homosexuality. I hope to bring that out in a more thorough way very soon.

Please remember, pray the rosary and confound the devil!

Viva Cristo Rey!