Pope Francis won’t leave Donald Trump alone.
The controversial Pope continues to lob attacks at the President of the United States.
And he said one word that left millions of Christians furious.
One of Pope Francis’ pet issues is so-called man made “global warming.”
He was one of the world leaders who unsuccessfully lobbied Trump to stay in the anti-American Paris Global Warming Accords that was negotiated by Barack Obama.
Trump put America First by announcing he was withdrawing from the accords because it was nothing more than a scheme to steal American jobs and wealth in order to redistribute them to the rest of the world.
Francis attacked the decision in an address to a U.N. global warming conference in Bonn, Germany.
He even used the word “perverse” to describe those who doubt the global warming hoax.
While he never used Trump’s name, it was obvious to all observers that the Holy Father had Trump on his mind when he fired off this barb.
“Humanity is currently experiencing a ‘climate emergency,’” Pope Francis said, while decrying denial of human-induced climate change as a perverse attitude that endangers all.
“We need a conversation that unites us all, because the environmental challenge we are experiencing, and its human roots, affects us all,” Francis said in a statement to the COP23 UN Climate Change summit taking place this week in Bonn, Germany.
Four “perverse” attitudes that obstruct the quest for concrete solutions to the problem of climate change “range from denial of the problem to indifference, nonchalant resignation, or blind trust in technical solutions,” he said.
These perverse attitudes, Francis said, “certainly do not help honest research and sincere and fruitful dialogue on building the future of our planet: denial, indifference, resignation and trust in inadequate solutions.”
In his message, the Pope said that climate change is “one of the most worrisome phenomena that humanity is facing,” while praising the Paris Accord on reducing carbon dioxide as a “historic” agreement.
The agreement, he said, “indicates a clear transition path towards an economic development model of low or zero-carbon consumption, encouraging solidarity and taking advantage of the close links between the fight against climate change and that against poverty.”
But if Pope Francis was truly concerned about fighting poverty, he would be advocating for exporting capitalism to the developing world.
Instead, he is using junk science to promote socialist schemes that have kept much of the world in poverty.
And for a religious leader to attack those who disagree with him as “perverse” is a shocking statement that is a personal comment on how he views their chances of entering God’s kingdom once leaving this earth.
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