Pope Francis Calls for “New Global Political Authority” to ‘Save Humanity’


Pope Francis is calling for a new global authority charged with “tackling the reduction of pollution”.  Pope Francis believes a one world government or power is the answer to this problem. But, doesn't he serve God and our kingdom in heaven?

Pope Francis will this week call for changes in lifestyles and energy consumption to avert the “unprecedented destruction of the ecosystem” before the end of this century, according to a leaked draft of a papal encyclical. In a document released by an Italian magazine on Monday, the pontiff will warn that failure to act would have “grave consequences for all of us”.

Francis also called for a new global political authority tasked with “tackling … the reduction of pollution and the development of poor countries and regions”.

The encyclical gives us a glimpse into how Pope Francis feels about the people in his Church and believing in God.

“Humanity is called to take note of the need for changes in lifestyle and changes in methods of production and consumption to combat this warming, or at least the human causes that produce and accentuate it,” he wrote in the draft. “Numerous scientific studies suggest that the greater part of the global warming in recent decades is due to the great concentration of greenhouse gases … given off above all because of human activity.”

People are causing global destruction and hurting the world, according to Pope Francis. But, he himself admits that he doesn't have 100% scientific proof that we need to reduce global populations or why he cites his own church's “blind faith” for causing the destruction of the ecosystem.

The draft is not a detailed scientific analysis of the global warming crisis. Instead, it is the pope’s reflection of humanity’s God-given responsibility as custodians of the Earth. God-given responsibility as custodians of the Earth.

“The attitudes that stand in the way of a solution, even among believers, range from negation of the problem, to indifference, to convenient resignation or blind faith in technical solutions.”

This almost sounds a bit like when Pope Francis warned the Church during a speech in Rome that having a “personal relationship with Jesus” was “harmful and destructive”. Maybe he thinks having a personal relationship with God requires blind faith – something he thinks is bad and going to lead to the end of the world.

What is even more odd, however, is that Pope Francis doesn't even seem to remember the book of Genesis. God told Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden that they had dominion over the Earth.

At the start of the draft essay, the pope wrote, the Earth “is protesting for the wrong that we are doing to her, because of the irresponsible use and abuse of the goods that God has placed on her. We have grown up thinking that we were her owners and dominators, authorised to loot her.

It does make sense why some Catholics today are a little worried about the way Pope Francis is going about trying to fill Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI's shoes. We're not the Pope hear or claim to know the fullness of God but it sure seems like Pope Francis would perhaps be better severed by reading his Bible instead of giving priests 30 days to pledge complete obedience to him or be excommunicated.

Source: The Guardian



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