Francis’ Folly: The Coronavirus is Earth Throwing a Tantrum

Francis’ Folly – the Coronavirus is Earth Throwing a Tantrum, PDF

The former Marxist president of the US has tried to do it.  Others have tried to do it.  And now Francis I, the pope of Rome has tried the same trick: to connect the coronavirus with the myth of “climate change”.  It suits the one-worlders to connect the two and treat them as one – a double whammy of supposed irrefutable evidence that poor old “Mother Earth” is in Big Trouble if we don’t all get behind the doomsday prophets and surrender our freedoms and our money to – well, to them.  Of course.

  When asked by a journalist whether the COVID-19 “crisis” was an opportunity for an “ecological conversion”, Francis re-asserted his belief that mankind has provoked nature by not responding adequately to the “climate crisis”.  “We did not respond to the partial catastrophes,” he said.  “Who now speaks of the fires in Australia, or remembers that a year and a half ago a boat could cross the North Pole because the glaciers had all melted?  Who speaks now of the floods?  I don’t know if [the coronavirus is] nature’s revenge, but it is certainly nature’s response.”[1]

  The only correct thing Francis said in the paragraph above was, “I don’t know.”  He has no clue.  The virus is neither nature’s revenge nor even just a response to the “climate change” myth.  A few little points need to be made.  Number One, the fires in Australia were not caused by “climate change”.  Number Two, the North Pole glaciers have not all melted.  Number Three, floods happen all the time, all over the world, every single year.  And Number Four: the coronavirus isn’t “nature’s response” to human inaction over so-called “climate change”, unless you believe the WHO – and WHO in his right would?  It originated in a Chinese bioweapons facility.  The virus that was created there had no idea what was going on in the world outside its warm little test tube.  It doesn’t have a brain.  It doesn’t think or plan.  It didn’t just burst out in a frustrated rage as if it was aware of what people were supposedly doing to “Mother Earth”.  Again, it doesn’t have a brain.  It didn’t say to itself, “Those stupid human beings are not listening to poor Mother Earth’s cry of distress so I’m going to bust out of my nice, warm lab where people fuss over me and give me a lot of attention, and teach those earth-destroyers a lesson!”  Did I mention that it doesn’t have a brain?

  More to the point, although we know Francis has a brain, it seems the only time he uses it is to conjure up new ways to strengthen his power over the world.  He went on: “Today I believe we have to slow down our rate of production and consumption and to learn to understand and contemplate the natural world.”  Amazing – he learned all this from a fugitive virus?  A virus escapes from (or is let out of) a Chinese lab and somehow manages to get a message to the pope of Rome: “Tell the world to slow down its rate of production and consumption!  Learn to understand and contemplate the natural world!  Or else!”  I guess this virus is a whole lot smarter than we gave it credit for.  It knows things.  It has real power.  It’s on a mission to turn silly earthlings from their destructive course.  It has turned the Roman pope into its prophet – its voice through whom it addresses the masses.  And even though there’s absolutely no connection between this fugitive virus and the lie of “climate change”, Francis decides to pass on the message anyway.  Never let a good crisis (real or fake) go to waste – that’s the maxim he lives by.

  Just in case the reader thinks I’m reading too much into Francis’ folly, this was not the first time he had spoken along these lines.  Not by a long shot.

  In December 2019 he said that natural disasters are nature’s way of sounding an alarm to us.  “They are alarm signals that creation sends us, which summon us to immediately take effective decisions to safeguard our common home.”  Note the deity-like attributes ascribed to “Nature”.

  And in his now-famous encyclical on the environment, he wrote that the earth “now cries out to us because of the harm we have inflicted on her by our irresponsible use and abuse of the goods with which God has endowed her.  We have come to see ourselves as her lords and masters, entitled to plunder her at will.”  Her?  Francis speaks of the earth as a living goddess.  He sounds just like every nature-worshipping pantheist worldwide.  Indeed, he wrote in his encyclical, “Let us also learn to listen to indigenous peoples, whose age-old wisdom can teach us how to live in a better relationship with the environment.”  He went on to state that loss of biodiversity and economic inequality “have caused Sister Earth… to cry out, pleading that we take another course.”

  Another pearl of (literally) worldly wisdom from the Papal Antichrist: “Let us make an effort to change and to adopt more simple and respectful lifestyles!”

  This from the man who sits at the head of the wealthiest religio-political institution on the face of the earth.  A man whose every need is immediately catered for by any number of other servile human beings, and who, despite his reputation for being a simple man is anything but that, for he still makes use of the many delicious perks of his position, jets around the world in luxury, with his cardinals being called “the princes of the Church”, ultra-wealthy, luxury-loving, effeminate creatures who have never known a day’s want in their lives.