Saturday, May 2, 2015
I did not closely follow Pope Francis buffoonery on the climate, but I did catch a few things said this week.
Pope Francis claimed that man is responsible for global warming.
Really? Then who was around to cause the great glacial meltdown 7,000 years ago?
The stone-age guy who lost this knife and a pair of mittens?
Doesn't the story of Noah's Ark reveal that God is the power behind the forces of nature that wipe the entirety of the earth to start again? Did Noah cause the great flood when he hammered planks together to build a boat?
Was it the green alligators and long-necked geese, the humpty-back camels and the chimpanzees?
Did the burning sulfur rain down on Sodom and Gommorah because people were not controlling the population?
The bankruptcy of common sense is not as mysterious as the role Pope Francis is playing as a holy scientist while his people are starving to death from the obstruction of sanctifying grace.
He is like a father who leaves the house every day and walks about town advising people about botany, bees and butterflies, instead of instructing and caring for his own children or going to work to bring home cash to feed, house and clothe his family.
The pagan and heretical nonsense Pope Francis is hosting at the Holy See is beyond scandalous.
While the Pope is using his energy to develop wild theories on global warming, his own dicastries are shilling for population control.
Population control is the antithesis of the Magnificat.
Population control is the unwillingness to be open to life.
Are people the cause of the destruction of their cities and towns?
In some ways yes, because unrepentant sin and godlessness of civilization is the reason God takes the drastic action of permitting or willing destruction.
Consequently, the Pope's gathering of the people of God in Vatican City to tell them the solution is birth control, it is actually paradoxical to the salvation of the earth and the immortal souls of its inhabitants.
Vatican City is giving out advice that is antithetical to salvation. I am loathe to even think about he implications of this mess, much less articulate them.
What I can say is I am sick of it.
I read a quote yesterday that said something like It's not that people don't know the solution, they don't even know the problem.
One of the things Chris Ferrara says in his Fatima Perspectives series is, there are so many scandals coming out of the Pope Francis Administration, one can hardly keep up with them.