Pope Francis Wants “Radical” Climate Crisis (scam) Reponse

Well, perhaps the Pope could tell all those big wigs to not take all those long, fossil fueled trips on private jets to a ‘climate change’ conference? And, perhaps, he could spend more time on the Bible and the teachings of Jesus, rather than an authoritarian scam

Pope Francis calls for ‘radical’ climate change response before COP26

Pope Francis said Friday that climate change was an “unprecedented threat” which requires an urgent and effective response, as global leaders prepare for the imminent COP26 summit in Scotland.

“The political decision-makers who will meet at COP26 in Glasgow are urgently summoned to provide effective responses to the present ecological crisis, and in this way to offer concrete hope to future generations,” the pontiff said, in the “Thought for the Day” message on BBC Radio 4’s Today program.

Francis also pointed to health care, food supply issues and economic challenges as part of a “profoundly interconnected” global crisis which represents an “immense cultural challenge.”

He called for “vision” in rethinking of the future of the world amid the crises, and urged leaders to make “radical decisions that are not always easy.”

“We can confront these crises by retreating into isolationism, protectionism and exploitation or we can see in them a real chance for change,” the Pope added.

He’s calling for authoritarian, world wide government, screwing the little people and enabling the elites.

Meanwhile

PICS – Not Very Environmentally Friendly: Climate Activists Burn Boat, Litter During Pre-COP26 Protest

Environmental activists from an Extinction Rebellion (XR) offshoot set fire to a prop boat and filled the air with plumes of smoke to protest climate change and fossil fuels.

Two so-called environmentalists from Ocean Rebellion, one dressed as Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, set fire to the small boat bearing a sail reading, “Your children’s future” on the banks of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland, opposite the site of the United Nations COP26 climate conference which starts on Sunday.

Footage shared on social media and pictures from the protest showed smoke from the fire rising into the air. The activists from Ocean Rebellion, founded in August 2020 as an offshoot of XR, also burnt fake money, some of which was seen strewn on the ground.

And

On Tuesday, another XR offshoot, Animal Rebellion, scaled the government’s Home Office building in Westminster, London, demanding the world adopt a vegan diet.

Funny how they always want the Government to force compliance, eh? Funny how, even with all sorts of rules and regs and laws and Dicates, we get

Canadians have highest “lifestyle carbon footprint” of all nations in this study

New research has found that all nations analyzed exceed the lifestyle carbon footprint required to avert the climate crisis. The report warned of the need for a precipitous reduction in the global carbon footprint and called for changes at the personal and systemic levels.

The research, 1.5 Degree Lifestyles report, analyzed the lifestyle carbon footprint of nine G20 countries, including Canada. Examining domestic habits in six areas, including food, housing, transport, and leisure, the research determined the reductions necessary to align with the 1.5°C warming increase target outlined in the Paris Agreement. (snip)

These recommendations would have particular ramifications on lifestyles in Canada, which was determined to have by far the highest lifestyle footprint of all nations analyzed. The per capita emissions of the average Canadian was found to be fully six times greater than the average person in Indonesia, three times that of Chinese or South African citizens, and not quite double the footprint of someone from the UK.

Canada has a lot of forced climate emergency (scam) restrictions on citizens, yet, they’re still tops. It’s almost like this has nothing to do with the climate.

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5 Responses to “Pope Francis Wants “Radical” Climate Crisis (scam) Reponse”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    mr teach typed (of Pope Francis): he could spend more time on the Bible and the teachings of Jesus, rather than an authoritarian scam

    Every major religion disagrees with mr teach. Are not the religious also of this Earth? Does being a Catholic mean withdrawing from the secular world?

    Buddhism: October 29th, 2015 (including the Dalai Lama)

    We, the undersigned Buddhist leaders, come together prior to the 21st Session of the Conference of Parties (COP21) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Paris, in order to add our voices to the growing calls for world leaders to cooperate with compassion and wisdom and reach an ambitious and effective climate agreement.

    We are at a crucial crossroads where our survival and that of other species is at stake as a result of our actions. There is still time to slow the pace of climate change and limit its impacts, but to do so, the Paris summit will need to put us on a path to phase out fossil fuels. We must ensure the protection of the most vulnerable, through visionary and comprehensive mitigation and adaptation measures.

    Evangelicals:

    The same love for God and neighbor that compels us to preach salvation through Jesus Christ, protect the unborn, preserve the family and the sanctity of marriage, and take the whole Gospel to a hurting world, also compels us to recognize that human-induced climate change is a serious Christian issue requiring action now.

    Roman Catholic Church:

    Pope Francis said Friday that climate change was an “unprecedented threat” which requires an urgent and effective response, as global leaders prepare for the imminent COP26 summit in Scotland.

    Southern Baptist Convention:

    Several prominent leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention said Monday that Baptists have a moral responsibility to combat climate change — a major shift within a denomination that just last year cast doubt on human responsibility for global warming.

    Forty-six influential members of the Southern Baptist Convention, including three of its past four presidents, criticized their denomination in a statement Monday for being “too timid” in confronting global warming.

    “Our cautious response to these issues in the face of mounting evidence may be seen by the world as uncaring, reckless and ill-informed,” the statement says. “We can do better.”

    Islam:

    No one is exempt from the vagaries of climate change and Muslims have to accept their share of the responsibility for bringing this on to ourselves. In reminding the richer nations to shoulder their proportion of accountability for creating the greater volume of this problem it behooves each single one of us to play our part in returning the Earth to some semblance of balance. Islamic environmentalism is embedded in the matrix of Islamic teachings. The Qur’an is inherently conservationist and much of it has to do with how human beings relate to the natural world and the benefits that accrue from protecting it. The core of this declaration consists of the essence of the body of ethics based in the Qur’an which we would define as Knowledge of Creation (Ilm ul khalq).

    Hinduism:

    [W]e call on all Hindus to expand our conception of dharma. We must consider the effects of our actions not just on ourselves and those humans around us, but also on all beings. We have a dharmic duty for each of us to do our part in ensuring that we have a functioning, abundant, and bountiful planet.

    Climate change creates pain, suffering, and violence. Unless we change how we use energy, how we use the land, how we grow our crops, how we treat other animals, and how we use natural resources, we will only further this pain, suffering, and violence. On a personal basis, we can reduce this suffering by beginning to transform our habits, simplifying our lives and material desires, and not taking more than our reasonable share of resources. Adopting a plant-based diet is one of the single most powerful acts that a person can take in reducing environmental impact. In doing all of this, we help maintain the ecological and cosmic order, an order that allows life and existence to flourish.

    Judaism:

    For the first time in the history of Humanity, we are actually moving toward the burning and devastation of the web of life on Earth by human action — the unremitting use of fossil fuels. Our children and grandchildren face deep misery and death unless we act. They have turned their hearts toward us. Our hearts, our minds, our arms and legs, are not yet fully turned toward them.

    Can we more fully turn our hearts to these our children? It will mean:

    1) Studying Jewish wisdom and today’s truest science of Earth-Human relationships;

    2) Lifting up old prayers and new, old rituals and new, that celebrate Earth;

    3) Welcoming refugees who have fled the storms, floods, and famines that beset their homes because of global scorching;

    4) Urging our banks and our politicians to Move Our Money, Protect Our Planet (MOM/POP): Move away from investments in and subsidies of Carbon Corporations and Protect by investing in renewable wind and solar energy;

    5) Persuading ourselves and our congregations and communities to move our own money, create solar-energy coops, establish car pools to lessen reliance on gas, and adopt additional modes of kashrut to include foods and energy sources that heal, not harm, our planet;

    6) Joining our young people in urging our governments to legislate a swift and massive program that intertwines ecological sanity and social justice, as they were intertwined in the biblical practice of the Shemittah/ Sabbatical/ Seventh Year. (Lev. 25 and Deut. 15)

    Scientists, scientific organizations, governments, religious leaders, corporations, educators understand the reality and seriousness of global warming. Yet, the minority of conservative activists/skeptics deny what others see as obvious.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    mr teach typed: Canada has a lot of forced climate emergency (scam) restrictions on citizens, yet, they’re still tops. It’s almost like this has nothing to do with the climate.

    Canada has per capita CO2 emissions identical to the US. Yet the US emits 10 times as much CO2 as Canada! China emits half as much per capita but emits twice as much as the US and 20 times what Canada emits.

    Nearly every middle eastern oil producer and many island nations have much higher CO2 emissions per capita than Canada.

    And Teach, of course this is about climate, but it will take political solutions, duh.

  3. Hairy says:

    Teach very sadz that Pope says Biden OK to receive communion

  4. CONS SUCK says:

    G-20 leaders have expressed “broad support” for a landmark deal to establish a 15% global minimum corporate tax that aims at deterring multinational countries from using clever accounting to elude taxes by using low-rate havens.

    Fifteen percent is a joke. They need to tax corporations 75 percent and raise the minimum wage to 50 dollars per hour and make everything free. Billionaires should be made paupers overnight. Except those that I personally like.

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