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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Independent Scientists, Policy Experts Offer “Prebuttal” to the Vatican’s Climate Summit

The Marxist bullshit earth-worship scheme set to penalize developed society is scheduled to happen this next week.  Stepping up to the plate is Pope Francis, who appears eager to add his pinch of incense to this latest liberal superstition of the Left.

"[T]here are constant assaults on the natural environment, the result of unbridled consumerism, and this will have serious consequences for the world economy." -Letter to Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott
The Vatican announced Tuesday that it will host a major conference on climate change on April 28, featuring some of the world’s leading climate scientists and an opening address by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. The conference, Protect the Earth, Dignify Humanity: The Moral Dimensions of Climate Change and Sustainable Development, will also feature Jeffrey Sachs, a prominent American economist and director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University.
The summit hopes to “help build a global movement across all religions for sustainable development and climate change throughout 2015 and beyond,”  and to highlight “the intrinsic connection between respect for the environment and respect for people—especially the poor, the excluded, victims of human trafficking and modern slavery, children and future generations,” says the Vatican.
So, here it comes.  He's really going to do it.  The Holy Father is prepared to fully step in it and further embarrass whatever sliver of non-lunatics are left in the Catholic Church.

Yet, there is a small rag-tag group of skeptics of the climate change scam who will attempt to explain to Pope Francis that he should not read from his prepared notes, and that the Holy Father should reconsider giving any kind of concession to the Lunatic Left's desire to demonize first-world economies, and issue punitive laws that will further cripple nations that are already struggling with recession.
Climate Depot publisher Marc Morano will be part of a high level skeptical delegation with the Heartland Institute, traveling to Rome to offer alternative voices to the Vatican and Pope Francis on global warming. The skeptical delegation will hold counter events during Pope Francis’ climate summit on April 28 at the Vatican.
Morano will join skeptical scientists from NASA and elsewhere, to lay out a detailed case explaining why climate science does not justify the Vatican putting its faith in the work of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) or the UN climate agenda.
Fantastic.  Will the Pope pay lip service to this "high level skeptical delegation?"  Possibly.  Will His Holiness give them as much consideration and affection as he does to Free-Masonic atheist journalists who claim to not take notes during papal interviews?  Probably not.

In fact, it is highly unlikely that the pope will take heed from any skeptics at all, considering that his advisers on this matter are activists who claim that "climate liars" have blood on their hands and who utilize embarrassingly baseless charts.  Indeed, Pope Francis is under the influence of men who want to create CO2 budgets for every person on the planet and who want to prosecute climate change skeptics.

Will Pope Francis listen to reason as this delegation tries to explain to him why the current climate "science" doesn't justify the "Holy See putting its faith in the work of the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change?"  Will the Roman Pontiff come to understand that promotion of the UN agenda will only mean further penalties on the poor--the biggest victims of asinine climate change policies?  Will the Pope wave away this delegation and ally himself with pro-population control enemies of the Catholic Church?

Ol' Laramie has his guess about how it will go.

Read more about the climate skeptics plan to meet the pope:

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