Francis I’s Green Thumb-Sucking is Deceiving the World
In the present article I am analysing and exposing the radical environmentalist agenda of the Vatican of the Jesuit pope, Francis I. Space will not permit a detailed biblical refutation of the radical Green movement. For such a refutation, see my pamphlet entitled The Green Goddess: Radical Environmentalism and “Mother Earth” Idolatry.
This is also not an attack on sensible environmentalism. True conservation is very necessary. But as I wrote in The Green Goddess: “radical environmentalism is a different thing entirely! The fanatical belief that the world is approaching some kind of environmental apocalypse; that the human race is some kind of cancer on the earth; that there are too many people in the world and the numbers must be drastically culled, via abortion, sterilisation, etc.; that modern farming methods utilising highly industrialised techniques must be abandoned in favour of a return to a pre-industrial age; that “global warming” is real and man-made and threatening the end of the world; that every life form, no matter how dangerous it might be to man, deserves to be protected even while human beings should be aborted; that we should all get weepy over the culling of elephants or seals while millions of human babies are murdered in their mothers’ wombs; that we should wear “Save the Planet” T-shirts yet think nothing of pushing a lethal needle into the arms of the elderly; and so much more along these lines. This is radical environmentalism. This is the worship of the Green Goddess.”
The present article is a lengthy one, but necessarily so, for the importance and significance of the Vatican’s deep involvement in the radical environmentalist agenda cannot be over-emphasised. Great plots are afoot, massive social changes about which most are blissfully ignorant. The world is, literally, on the brink of a fundamental social, economical, environmental, political and religious shift, with grave consequences for all.
Green is the New Red
That the radical environmentalist movement is a Communist movement, aimed at achieving the goals of international Communism via a cleverly-controlled “Green” agenda, is evident when the facts are studied. But every now and then, one of those promoting the lie that “Green is the New Red” make it so blatantly obvious that only the wilfully blind will not thereafter acknowledge it. One such moment occurred in January 2014, when the United Nations’ climate chief, Christiana Figueres, came right out and said that Communism is best for fighting “global warming”! She said that democracy is a poor political system for fighting it, and that Communist China offered the best model. Despite the fact that China is the world’s top emitter of carbon dioxide, the country is “doing it right” with regards to fighting “global warming”, Figueres said.
The evidence tells a very different story, and if radical environmentalists were really interested in the ecological “health” of the earth, they would never point to Communism as the solution; for in truth, “communism’s impact on the planet’s ecology has proven consistently ghastly…. The statistics for East Germany alone tell a horrific tale: at the time of its reunification with West Germany an estimated 42 percent of moving water and 24 percent of still waters were so polluted that they could not be used to process drinking water, almost half of the country’s lakes were considered dead or dying and unable to sustain fish or other forms of life, and only one-third of industrial sewage along with half of domestic sewage received treatment.” Why is this? Why has Communism always been such a monumental failure when it comes to environmental protection? Here is one reason: “communism means an absence of property rights, having all been surrendered to ‘the people,’ which is to say the state. As that which belongs to everyone in fact belongs to no one, who is to be confronted over the factory sending toxic plumes into the sky which then descends on the cornfield, or the dumping of waste into the river plied by tourists on cruise boats? And who really owns the cornfield or the boats?” And here is another reason: “communism also simply cannot compete with capitalism in the production of wealth and technology, both of which greatly assist in addressing environmental problems.”
The truth is that what radical environmentalists are interested in is power: absolute control of the global human population by the United Nations. And this is Communism! No wonder, then, that the UN’s climate chief pointed to Red China as a shining example of “doing it right”. And yet just how “right” was China getting it even while she spoke? To say “not very” would be a massive understatement. “Air pollution readings spiked across China’s capital Beijing… prompting residents to don air masks and offices and homes to put electric air purifiers on overdrive. Commuters across Beijing found themselves cloaked in a thick, gray haze as air pollution monitors across the city registered readings over 20 times the recommended exposure levels suggested by the World Health Organization (WHO).”
Communism is not the answer to environmental degradation. Communism has hugely contributed to environmental degradation. But long ago the Reds realised that if they became Greens, they could achieve many of Communism’s goals by another means. And they are succeeding worldwide. The radical environmentalist movement is spearheading global Communism’s objective of world control, and of turning the masses into willing, obedient “sheeple” who will unquestioningly obey their masters, believing whatever they are told and all the time thinking it is “for their own good.”