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Bos Mutus
06-19-2015, 06:00 PM
Humans to blame

The encyclical (http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/encyclicals/documents/papa-francesco_20150524_enciclica-laudato-si.html), named "Laudato Si (Be Praised), On the Care of Our Common Home", aims to inspire everyone - not just Roman Catholics - to protect the Earth.
The 192-page letter, which is the highest level teaching document a pope can issue, lays much of the blame for global warming on human activities.
Pope Francis writes that: "We have come to see ourselves as her lords and masters, entitled to plunder her at will.
"The violence present in our hearts, wounded by sin, is also reflected in the symptoms of sickness evident in the soil, in the water, in the air and in all forms of life."

The letter highlights the loss of biodiversity in Amazonian rainforests and the melting of polar glaciers He criticises what he calls a "collective selfishness", but says that there is still time to stop the damage, calling for an end to consumerism and greed.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-33182065




I haven't read the encyclical...so maybe it's being misquoted, I dunno. Since he's first started though, I've found this Pope guy to be a pretty interesting cat.

Thinking back to my Catholic days, I thought Papal writings like this were perceived,by Catholics, to be the Word of God.

Not when they get in the way of their real God...Politics:



“This is what bothers me about this debate – the idea that the science is settled,” said [Rick] Santorum. “But the point is that politicians, whether we like it or not, people in government have to make decision with regard to public policy that affect American workers,” he added.
When asked about the extent of moral authority the Pope should have, the climate change skeptic replied by saying “that’s important but I think there are more pressing problems confronting the Earth than climate change.”
“Any time you hear a scientist say the science is settled, that’s political science, not real science, because no scientists in their right mind would say ever the science is settled,” added the former Pennsylvania senator.
Santorum, who came up short in his 2012 bid for the White House, is a devout Catholic, just not his views on climate change.
Last week, Santorum said “the church has gotten it wrong a few times on science, and I think that we probably are better off leaving science to the scientists and focusing on what we do – what we’re really good at, which is – which is theology and morality.” In a response to a speech the Pope gave last month, he suggests, “when we get involved with political and controversial scientific theories, I think the church is probably not as forceful and credible.”

http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/rick-santorum-turn-me-not-the-pope-climate-change



What if God is using his vessel to tell Santorum that if you wait "for the science to be settled" it will be too late to do anything aobut it? Maybe God is bypassing man's discovery by revealing truth through the Pope?

Absinthe Anecdote
06-19-2015, 06:59 PM
What if God is using his vessel to tell Santorum that if you wait "for the science to be settled" it will be too late to do anything aobut it? Maybe God is bypassing man's discovery by revealing truth through the Pope?

God does stuff like that. Just the other day, God made some lady watch Fox News so she would be able to identify that guy who killed nine people in South Carolina.

Of course, God could have make the killer's gun explode, or turn into a water pistol, but God prefers the dramatic.

I wouldn't put it past God to be the one who is causing Global Warming, just so he can take credit for inspiring the guy who stops it.

Bos Mutus
06-19-2015, 07:18 PM
God does stuff like that. Just the other day, God made some lady watch Fox News so she would be able to identify that guy who killed nine people in South Carolina.

Of course, God could have make the killer's gun explode, or turn into a water pistol, but God prefers the dramatic.

I wouldn't put it past God to be the one who is causing Global Warming, just so he can take credit for inspiring the guy who stops it.

All ridicule aside...

I mean, this is the Pope! How can a Catholic like Rick Santorum dismiss it?

Who are our other Catholics around here? What say you?

Talk creation and it's "Faith, faith, faith, science doesn't know everything, faith in God's word"....until a Pope says something that goes against GOP politics, then it's "well, he's no scientist...there has to be indisputable peer-reviewed scientific evidence before we believe him"

Rainmaker
06-19-2015, 07:47 PM
All ridicule aside...

I mean, this is the Pope! How can a Catholic like Rick Santorum dismiss it?

Who are our other Catholics around here? What say you?

Talk creation and it's "Faith, faith, faith, science doesn't know everything, faith in God's word"....until a Pope says something that goes against GOP politics, then it's "well, he's no scientist...there has to be indisputable peer-reviewed scientific evidence before we believe him"

Simple,Because this Pope is a Marxist Pope....And just as PJP2 worked with Reagan to end communism, This imposter is working with Obama to usher it back in.

Contrary to what you Christ-hating Atheists think, most Catholics don't worship the Pope...... Its only the illiterate 3rd world peasants they're flooding the west with that do. Which is exactly why Obama's teaming up with him....

They want to Change the demographics and then get the taxpayer subsidized,
mestizo army of indentured servants to vote for a carbon tax because the vicar of Christ told them to. .

Absinthe Anecdote
06-19-2015, 07:56 PM
All ridicule aside...

I mean, this is the Pope! How can a Catholic like Rick Santorum dismiss it?

Who are our other Catholics around here? What say you?

Talk creation and it's "Faith, faith, faith, science doesn't know everything, faith in God's word"....until a Pope says something that goes against GOP politics, then it's "well, he's no scientist...there has to be indisputable peer-reviewed scientific evidence before we believe him"

Santorum can easily dismiss the Pope. How? Santorum really doesn't believe the Pope is God's vessel. He might say that he does, but deep down he doesn't.

It is typical human behavior. People are constantly bending religious narratives to fit their agendas.

Why do you think we have so many different religions, sects, and divisions in churches.

How many great schisms has the Catholic Church had in its history? This instance of the Pope entering the political realm is minor in comparison.

Bottom line, God is imaginary and if the religious doctrine doesn't mesh with a particular human will, then a new branch of that doctrine arises.

Bos Mutus
06-19-2015, 08:08 PM
Simple,Because this Pope is a Marxist Pope....And just as PJP2 worked with Reagan to end communism, This imposter is working with Obama to usher it back in.

Contrary to what you Christ-hating Atheists think, most Catholics don't worship the Pope...... Its only the illiterate 3rd world peasants they're flooding the west with that do. Which is exactly why Obama's teaming up with him....

They want to Change the demographics and then get the mestizo army to vote for a carbon tax because the vicar of Christ told them to. .

Whatever...actually posted this for real discussion...not to hear another reiteration of your nonsense.

Rainmaker
06-19-2015, 08:16 PM
Whatever...actually posted this for real discussion...not to hear another reiteration of your nonsense.
Dismiss what you don't agree with as nonsense. Typical secular liberal behavior

Bos Mutus
06-19-2015, 08:23 PM
Dismiss what you don't agree with as nonsense. Typical secular liberal behavior

"Oh no, boo hoo...the Pope and Obama are coming after white males, did i mention my $200K income...oh uh, Marxist, Gay agenda, diversity sucks...Rainman out"

MikeKerriii
06-19-2015, 10:23 PM
All ridicule aside...

I mean, this is the Pope! How can a Catholic like Rick Santorum dismiss it?

Who are our other Catholics around here? What say you?

Talk creation and it's "Faith, faith, faith, science doesn't know everything, faith in God's word"....until a Pope says something that goes against GOP politics, then it's "well, he's no scientist...there has to be indisputable peer-reviewed scientific evidence before we believe him"

Consivatuive "catholics' have no real belief in the Catholic church, except what use they can make of it

The Catholic church has no problem with evolution or Darwin at all at all. They havent had a probleme for many decades. since the think Genesis is a metaphoric.

Santorums ignorance can not be blaimed on the church, just Mr Frothey Mix's own Ignorance.

MikeKerriii
06-19-2015, 10:25 PM
Simple,Because this Pope is a Marxist Pope....And just as PJP2 worked with Reagan to end communism, This imposter is working with Obama to usher it back in.

Contrary to what you Christ-hating Atheists think, most Catholics don't worship the Pope...... Its only the illiterate 3rd world peasants they're flooding the west with that do. Which is exactly why Obama's teaming up with him....

They want to Change the demographics and then get the taxpayer subsidized,
mestizo army of indentured servants to vote for a carbon tax because the vicar of Christ told them to. .

What insane BS, the pope was duely elected he is the real Pope, The rantings of a few nut-bags doesn't change that.

MikeKerriii
06-19-2015, 10:26 PM
Dismiss what you don't agree with as nonsense. Typical secular liberal behavior

Dismissing your pathetic babbling makes perfect sense

USN - Retired
06-20-2015, 01:01 AM
One way to fix/preserve the environment is to reduce the human population. Perhaps the Pope should tell Catholics that birth control pills, vasectomies, etc, etc are not a sin.

Here's a way to fix the environment...

http://vhemt.org/

USN - Retired
06-20-2015, 01:02 AM
Bottom line, God is imaginary... .

You're just mad at God because he is not a Socialist. Have you considered worshipping Satan? It is my understanding that Satan is a Socialist.

Absinthe Anecdote
06-20-2015, 01:11 AM
"Oh no, boo hoo...the Pope and Obama are coming after white males, did i mention my $200K income...oh uh, Marxist, Gay agenda, diversity sucks...Rainman out"

I think we all suffer from delusion, at least to one degree or another. Rainmaker's delusion is just a little uglier than most delusions.

As far as Santorum goes, well, he is a politician and if the Pope gets in the way of his agenda, Santorum has to think of something to push him out of the way of his political trajectory.

Speaking of delusions, my latest delusion is that all of humanity is a just a collective dream from a hive of bees.

Better yet, all of human history was nothing more than a brief flash of thought made possible when a bolt of lightning struck a pool of blue-green algae. We never existed, we were just a mere flicker of thought that is already over.

I like that so much more. All the Gods, Senators, Popes and Rainmakers were just tiny unpleasant parts of a quick dream that lasted a micro second.

Absinthe Anecdote
06-20-2015, 01:21 AM
You're just mad at God because he is not a Socialist. Have you considered worshipping Satan? It is my understanding that Satan is a Socialist.

I don't like socialists either, as a matter of fact I dislike them almost as much as I dislike you.

I tried praying to Satan after I killed God, but Satan is just as much as a deaf-mute as God, so I killed him too.

For all the power people claim they have, they are really just a couple of weaklings. If you stop believing in them they die.
.

USN - Retired
06-20-2015, 01:34 AM
I don't like socialists either, as a matter of fact I dislike them almost as much as I dislike you.

I tried praying to Satan after I killed God, but Satan is just as much as a deaf-mute as God, so I killed him too.

For all the power people claim they have, they are really just a couple of weaklings. If you stop believing in them they die.
.

It sounds like your real problem is that you dislike yourself. That is why you are consumed with so much hatred and anger.

"Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned." ~Buddha

Absinthe Anecdote
06-20-2015, 01:37 AM
It sounds like your real problem is that you dislike yourself. That is why you are consumed with so much hatred and anger.

"Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned." ~Buddha

That's cool.

What does Buddha say about hating women? As I remember, you have a big problem with women. Was Buddha able to help you with that?

USN - Retired
06-20-2015, 01:49 AM
That's cool.

What does Buddha say about hating women? As I remember, you have a big problem with women. Was Buddha able to help you with that?

You remember incorrectly because you are still consumed with hatred and anger.

Bos Mutus
06-20-2015, 01:59 AM
I think we all suffer from delusion, at least to one degree or another. Rainmaker's delusion is just a little uglier than most delusions.

As far as Santorum goes, well, he is a politician and if the Pope gets in the way of his agenda, Santorum has to think of something to push him out of the way of his political trajectory.

Speaking of delusions, my latest delusion is that all of humanity is a just a collective dream from a hive of bees.

Better yet, all of human history was nothing more than a brief flash of thought made possible when a bolt of lightning struck a pool of blue-green algae. We never existed, we were just a mere flicker of thought that is already over.

I like that so much more. All the Gods, Senators, Popes and Rainmakers were just tiny unpleasant parts of a quick dream that lasted a micro second.

The entire universe was created 1 minute ago...it was just placed in a way to seem it is evidence of a history that never happened. All of us were created with pre-programmed implanted memories of lives that never actually happened, but our brains are as if it did.

MikeKerriii
06-20-2015, 05:01 AM
It sounds like your real problem is that you dislike yourself. That is why you are consumed with so much hatred and anger.

"Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned." ~Buddha

You do realize you are quoting a man that did not believe in a god or gods? Buddha was not a believer in any god,and dismissed the idea of god,

USN - Retired
06-20-2015, 08:25 AM
You do realize you are quoting a man that did not believe in a god or gods? Buddha was not a believer in any god,and dismissed the idea of god,

Your post tells me that you are not seeing the big picture. Perhaps this link will be of some help to you...

http://aumamen.com/story/does-god-exist-a-story-of-buddha

Absinthe Anecdote
06-20-2015, 01:47 PM
Your post tells me that you are not seeing the big picture. Perhaps this link will be of some help to you...

http://aumamen.com/story/does-god-exist-a-story-of-buddha

That was interesting, and I have to admit that it has a solid point. However, that point raises the question of what a spiritual quest is.

Have you got any links that explains a spiritual quest and what it consists of from the standpoint of Buddhism?


Moral of the story: Belief that there is God or belief that there is no God are both equally useless, one has to realize the truth in himself with diligent self-effort. Enlightened one had told each of them what they had to know in order for them to get stronger on their spiritual quest.

PS

@Mike

While early writings about Buddah did not describe him as being a deity in anyway, he was deified in later centuries. I think it impossible to try to say what was in a person's mind who lived in 600 BCE.

From what little I know about the historical figure of Buddah, we have no direct writings from him. We only have what was written about him, after his life.

Absinthe Anecdote
06-20-2015, 02:03 PM
The entire universe was created 1 minute ago...it was just placed in a way to seem it is evidence of a history that never happened. All of us were created with pre-programmed implanted memories of lives that never actually happened, but our brains are as if it did.

I like the M Theory from HBO's True Detective. It makes a lot more sense after drinking a shitload of cheep beer.


http://youtu.be/RKRksnjSxWI

USN - Retired
06-20-2015, 06:06 PM
Have you got any links that explains a spiritual quest and what it consists of from the standpoint of Buddhism?

Before we talk about a spirtual quest, let's start with the basics of Buddhism. Here's a good place to start...

http://buddhism.about.com/od/basicbuddhistteachings/a/basicshub.htm

Rainmaker
06-20-2015, 06:24 PM
What insane BS, the pope was duely elected he is the real Pope, The rantings of a few nut-bags doesn't change that.

Yeah I'm sure they had UN observers to make sure the Congress of Cardinals kept it above board.

The Vatican is like a religious mafia presenting itself as a pious organization on the outside while on the inside it's full of deceit and lies.

The Jesuit Pope is a communist that turned over 2 of his priests to be tortured and killed by the junta when we was a bishop in Argentina's Dirty wars.

The Global warming scam is all about redistribution of wealth and subversion of National sovereignty through passage of Unconstitutional International laws and trade agreements, negotiated in secret outside the legislative body of the US

Rainmaker
06-20-2015, 06:43 PM
"Oh no, boo hoo...the Pope and Obama are coming after white males, did i mention my $200K income...oh uh, Marxist, Gay agenda, diversity sucks...Rainman out"

The Catholics are hemorrhaging members in the US. So the pope has an interest in flooding the US with new members

Houston Galvaston Catholic charities alone received $15 million in payment the last 2 years from .gov to assist illegal aliens after the administration deliberately created a humanitarian disaster on the border.

You by far are the biggest hypocrite on the board.

You start out bashing and mocking Catholics and then when someone calls BS on your shit in the same manner , then you go all passive aggressive like a little bitch and start crying about wanting serious response s only.

Everything I said was absolutely legit. I just didn't say it in the pc pussy manner that hypocrites like you demand.

Bos Mutus
06-20-2015, 07:07 PM
You by far are the biggest hypocrite on the board. You start out bashing and mocking Catholics and then when someone calls BS on your shit in the same manner you go all passive aggressive like a little bitch and start crying about serious response s only. Everything I said was absolutely legit. I just didn't say it in the pc pussy manner hypocrites like you demand.

Bashing and Mocking Catholics? When did I do this?

You call the Pope an imposter and I'm the one bashing? Rich indeed.

I did no such thing...other than maybe Rick Santorum individually, sure...but that was as a politician not a Catholic.

Then you come on with your typical...Oh, he's a Marxist and he's in bed with Obama...and they're trying to bring brown people to America..and oh, you hate Jesus...blah blah blah...

No one cares what you think, certainly not me...

USN - Retired
06-20-2015, 07:15 PM
If humans are damaging the environment, then we need less humans. Perhaps we need a world-wide "one child" policy similar to China's "one child" policy.

The Pope talks big, but he doesn't give us any workable plans.

http://vhemt.org/

Rainmaker
06-20-2015, 07:18 PM
No one cares what you think, certainly not me...
Who died and put you in charge of determining what everyone wants to hear? Typical snob!

Rainmaker
06-21-2015, 03:06 AM
I think we all suffer from delusion, at least to one degree or another. Rainmaker's delusion is just a little uglier than most delusions.


The German Pope was much better. Don't you find it just a little odd that he just "stepped down" to be replaced by this Jesuit? The last time a Pope abdicated Dante cast him into hell

http://kgou.org/post/pope-emeritus-benedicts-lessons-700-years-ago

Absinthe Anecdote
06-21-2015, 03:22 PM
The German Pope was much better. Don't you find it just a little odd that he just "stepped down" to be replaced by this Jesuit? The last time a Pope abdicated Dante cast him into hell

http://kgou.org/post/pope-emeritus-benedicts-lessons-700-years-ago

Since Pope Benedict didn't work out and was unpopular, why would you think that he'd be replaced with another pope that is just like him?

It seems like a normal response to try someone who is different.

Mjölnir
06-21-2015, 04:09 PM
Since Pope Benedict didn't work out and was unpopular,

Was it more that is health (mind) was rapidly declining?

I admire how Pope John Paul II continued his work up to his death. Pope Francis recently stated he would step down if his health began to fail as well:


“Our lives are getting longer and at a certain age there is not the capacity to govern well, because the body tires and health perhaps is good but there is the capacity to carry forward all of the problems like those in the governance of the church,” Francis said, speaking of Benedict’s retirement. “I think that Pope Benedict made this gesture of popes emeritus. I repeat that maybe some theologian would say this isn’t just, but I think like this. The centuries will tell if it’s like this or not, we’ll see, but if you can to say to me, ‘but do you think that one day if you don’t feel like it, will you go on?’ But, I would do the same.”

Mjölnir
06-21-2015, 04:12 PM
The German Pope was much better. Don't you find it just a little odd that he just "stepped down" to be replaced by this Jesuit? The last time a Pope abdicated Dante cast him into hell

http://kgou.org/post/pope-emeritus-benedicts-lessons-700-years-ago

Dante wrote about it, but I don't think the decision is actually Dante's to make.

Rainmaker
06-21-2015, 04:16 PM
Since Pope Benedict didn't work out and was unpopular, why would you think that he'd be replaced with another pope that is just like him?

It seems like a normal response to try someone who is different.

Got it..... Since Christ and the Bible no longer apply to Christianity, they've got to go with fabricated opinion polling.... Next thing you know the Pope will be marrying Homos in exchange for carbon credits (21st century indulgences).

UncaRastus
06-21-2015, 04:25 PM
Mjölnir,

He departed the Papacy because he wasn't Communistic enough in his beliefs!

Don't you ever read RM's posts? I am surprised that you remain so ignorant of the evil Catholic Church and it's tries at forcing the world into Communism!

Or was that the role of the Jews? The Black Man? The Mexicans?

Oy vey. Oh, bother.

Whatever. We all shall die because the Pope has said so, kind of, from the Earth doing it's warming trend.

Or maybe we USA people will all be forced into martial law by Prezzy Obama. Then we shall all be herded into 'FEMA Camps'.

Social Security will fail within a few years, and all of the oldsters will die, even though the elderly are living into their 80s, 90s, or even 100s, now.

Zombies will be fighting with Vampires for the juiciest of the brain/blood holders.

California will drop into the ocean, after the water riots claim millions of people, also.

Meh. I am totally tired of thinking about all of this. I think that I will go and watch TV to learn about the Ancient Astronauts and the Earth, way back when. Because it IS on TV, it has to be true, you know.

Rainmaker
06-21-2015, 04:33 PM
Mjölnir,

Meh. I am totally tired of thinking about all of this. I think that I will go and watch TV to learn about the Ancient Astronauts and the Earth, way back when. Because it IS on TV, it has to be true, you know.

Is it possible that our planet could just be a reality TV show for the Gods?

UncaRastus
06-21-2015, 04:37 PM
Anything is possible, Rainmaker. On the other hand, hasn't the existence of mankind always been a kind of a reality show for Him?

MikeKerriii
06-21-2015, 04:52 PM
Your post tells me that you are not seeing the big picture. Perhaps this link will be of some help to you...

http://aumamen.com/story/does-god-exist-a-story-of-buddha

A apocryphal story that means very little , I have studied Buddhism quite extensively and the basicv thiough is that there in no god but that a human can get pretty close

MikeKerriii
06-21-2015, 04:55 PM
Yeah I'm sure they had UN observers to make sure the Congress of Cardinals kept it above board.

The Vatican is like a religious mafia presenting itself as a pious organization on the outside while on the inside it's full of deceit and lies.

The Jesuit Pope is a communist that turned over 2 of his priests to be tortured and killed by the junta when we was a bishop in Argentina's Dirty wars.

The Global warming scam is all about redistribution of wealth and subversion of National sovereignty through passage of Unconstitutional International laws and trade agreements, negotiated in secret outside the legislative body of the US

So one more group joins those you rabidly and ignorantly hate. You sound like klan recuiter, jusrt a bit less sophisticated. Are you really insane enough to belive that a majority of the scientists on earth are part of some grand consapacy theory?

MikeKerriii
06-21-2015, 04:57 PM
The German Pope was much better. Don't you find it just a little odd that he just "stepped down" to be replaced by this Jesuit? The last time a Pope abdicated Dante cast him into hell

http://kgou.org/post/pope-emeritus-benedicts-lessons-700-years-ago the German pope had poisoned the well be protecting too many child molesters.

Absinthe Anecdote
06-21-2015, 05:38 PM
Was it more that is health (mind) was rapidly declining?

I admire how Pope John Paul II continued his work up to his death. Pope Francis recently stated he would step down if his health began to fail as well:

I consider Pope Benedict to be unpopular, and wouldn't expect that the Cardinals would try to find another just like him after the public reaction to Benedict.

Yes, Benedict cited his health but I'm sure the scandal with his butler and the Vatican-leaks were factors.

http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-25121121


My main point was that, the Cardinals were likely thinking that his replacement needed to be someone who wasn't "more of the same."

USN - Retired
06-21-2015, 10:35 PM
Social Security will fail within a few years, and all of the oldsters will die, even though the elderly are living into their 80s, 90s, or even 100s, now.


@UR, BM, AA, RJ, et al.,

Yes, social security is very secure, and I'm sure that I will be receiving my full social security retirement benefits when I turn 70 years old in 2033. Of course, in the year 2033, your children will probably be paying approximately 25% of their income in FICA taxes. I have no children to support me when I get old, but it is comforting to know that I will be receiving your children's money. Thank you for breeding.

Absinthe Anecdote
06-22-2015, 01:03 AM
@UR, BM, AA, RJ, et al.,

Yes, social security is very secure, and I'm sure that I will be receiving my full social security retirement benefits when I turn 70 years old in 2033. Of course, in the year 2033, your children will probably be paying approximately 25% of their income in FICA taxes. I have no children to support me when I get old, but it is comforting to know that I will be receiving your children's money. Thank you for breeding.

Is that your version of a super villain speech? Not bad, it isn't up to par with the super villains in a Bond movie, but it will do.

Say, why don't you start palming pennies from those "take a penny, leave a penny" trays at 7/11s?

When 2033 rolls around you might have 5 dollars to add to your plan to gripe about the world from your rocking chair at Grouchy Acres Retirement Home.

USN - Retired
06-22-2015, 08:30 AM
A apocryphal story that means very little , I have studied Buddhism quite extensively and the basicv thiough is that there in no god but that a human can get pretty close

You are way off base about Buddhism.

MitchellJD1969
06-22-2015, 03:00 PM
So if the science for global warming, cooling, or climate change is settled, then where are the solutions to combat the problem? Apparently we already are at the tipping point where reducing carbon emmissions is too late. So, where are the other solutions to combat the problem? If we can figure out how to send men to the moon on 1960's technology then why cant we build carbon scrubbers/filters to remove carbon and othere greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere? If a carbon tax is the best solution we can think of...then maybe we need better scientists.

Rainmaker
06-22-2015, 03:23 PM
So one more group joins those you rabidly and ignorantly hate. You sound like klan recuiter, jusrt a bit less sophisticated.

I and my family are all Confirmed Catholics. So, Criticizing Pope Francis doesn't make me anymore an Anti-Catholic, Than Criticizing Obama makes me an Anti-American.

I thought you egalitarians were supposed to be so open minded? It Turns out you are just like the other Leftist Hypocrite Snobs (Boss Mutus) and think that all 1.2 Billion Catholics on the planet have to think exactly alike and worship the pope. You Godless Atheists being so much smarter than the rest of us and all

Contrary to what you "learned" from the Code pink girls on MSNBC.... The range of views among Catholics on this Pope run the full gamut from him being the greatest thing since sliced bread to those that think he's the false prophet of Revelation.

God is not in the Church. Sometimes there are holy men there...sometimes there are not.


Are you really insane enough to belive that a majority of the scientists on earth are part of some grand consapacy theory?

Are you really too stupid to see through the motivation of those who stand to make Billions in Carbon Credits and Politicians greedy power grab?

The Global warming mass hysteria is a scam. That's why they've changed the name to Climate change in case it starts getting colder. It's not a Conspiracy Theory, It's a business Plan.

And since, It took the Vatican over 400 years to get it right with Galileo I'll take a pass on panicking over The Black-hand Jesuit Pope's and Al Gore's "scientific analysis"...

Rainmaker
06-22-2015, 05:43 PM
I consider Pope Benedict to be unpopular, and wouldn't expect that the Cardinals would try to find another just like him after the public reaction to Benedict.

Yes, Benedict cited his health but I'm sure the scandal with his butler and the Vatican-leaks were factors.

http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-25121121

https://www.facebook.com/BBCBritishBiasedCorpMain

Wonder if the Pope was making trips to Epstein's Island with the Duke of York, Bill Clinton and rest of the degenerate Globalist Order?


My main point was that, the Cardinals were likely thinking that his replacement needed to be someone who wasn't "more of the same."

"My history of the Jesuits is not eloquently written, but it is supported by unquestionable authorities, [and] is very particular and very horrible. Their [the Jesuit Order’s] restoration [in 1814 by Pope Pius VII] is indeed a step toward darkness, cruelty, despotism, [and] death. … I do not like the appearance of the Jesuits. If ever there was a body of men who merited eternal damnation on earth and in hell, it is this Society of [Ignatius de] Loyola."~John Adams (2nd President of the United States and Conspiracy Theorist)

MikeKerriii
06-22-2015, 06:44 PM
You are way off base about Buddhism. How many hour have you spent in a buddhist temple and which sects have you talked to monks or nuns from? The Evangelical Christian teaching about Buddhism is as ignorant ignorant as their teachings on Atheism. Ad dumb as the Christians who think Jews believe in Hell.

Rainmaker
06-23-2015, 08:37 PM
So if the science for global warming, cooling, or climate change is settled, then where are the solutions to combat the problem? Apparently we already are at the tipping point where reducing carbon emmissions is too late. So, where are the other solutions to combat the problem? If we can figure out how to send men to the moon on 1960's technology then why cant we build carbon scrubbers/filters to remove carbon and othere greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere? If a carbon tax is the best solution we can think of...then maybe we need better scientists.

Actually ,They already have the solution for the "problem" of the weather. It's outlined in plan called Agenda 21. Basically, It's a 700 page document broken into 40 chapters, with lots of sensible sounding terms like sustainable development.....but, as a public service and in order to save you the trouble of reading it Rainmaker willl break down for you here in layman's terms that we all can understand.

Step 1. Convince self-hating whites to not to have children anymore because "we're destroying the Earth."

Step 2. Convince self-hating whites to demand getting fleeced in order to "save the planet" from naturally occurring weather phenomenon they feel responsible for causing.

Step 3. Replace self-hating whites with hordes of poverty stricken, 3rd world immigrants into Europe and North America, while supporting them with wealth redistributed (confiscated) from self-hating whites (until it runs out).

Step 4. After wealth confiscated (redistributed) from the self-hating whites runs out. Enslave the remaining Non-White 3rd worlders in a 21st century Feudal society.

Absinthe Anecdote
06-23-2015, 08:44 PM
Actually ,They already have the solution for the "problem" of the weather. It's outlined in plan called Agenda 21. Basically, It's a 700 page document broken into 40 chapters, with lots of sensible sounding terms like sustainable development.....but, as a public service and in order to save you the trouble of reading it Rainmaker willl break down for you here in layman's terms that we all can understand.

Step 1. Convince self-hating whites to not to have children anymore because "we're destroying the Earth."

Step 2. Convince self-hating whites to demand getting fleeced in order to "save the planet" from naturally occurring weather phenomenon they feel responsible for causing.

Step 3. Replace self-hating whites with hordes of poverty stricken, 3rd world immigrants into Europe and North America, while supporting them with wealth redistributed (confiscated) from self-hating whites (until it runs out).

Step 4. After wealth confiscated (redistributed) from the self-hating whites runs out. Enslave the remaining Non-White 3rd worlders in a 21st century Feudal society.

Who is they?

Rainmaker
06-23-2015, 08:53 PM
Who is they?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_mePjkQW_c

Absinthe Anecdote
06-23-2015, 09:02 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_mePjkQW_c

No, it isn't Satan. Satan is just a mythical figure.

garhkal
06-23-2015, 10:21 PM
And now the Pope claims anyone who makes weapons can't be Catholic.. BUT then goes on to claim that if only the Allies BOMBED the rail ways that led to Auschwitz and the other camps all would be good...

What a dunce!

Rainmaker
06-24-2015, 01:30 PM
No, it isn't Satan. Satan is just a mythical figure.

What you believe is of no consequence to them..... It only matters what they believe.

https://www.google.com/#q=united+nations+meditation+room+photos

Now, When you go into the UN Meditation room there is a guestbook there where you can sign your name, the place you are from and your religion.... The significance of this is important, Because by voluntarily signing your name and religion, you've indicated that you do not object to the existence of this pagan temple in the center of the HQ for the world's government....

Evil has no power over us unless we've given in to it freely through our will.. That is a law of God/Nature.

"Implied consent is consent which is not expressly granted by a person, but rather inferred from a person's actions and the facts and circumstances of a particular situation (or in some cases, by a person's silence or inaction)."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Implied_consent

The Movement has issued United Nations Mediation Room ID Cards to 300 men and women who go periodically to this room for prayer.

Prayer Cards are also available to visitors containing prayers from the "World's Great Living Religions," namely, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Islamism, Sikhism, Christianity and Saint Francis of Assisi."

Rainmaker's Bettin you weren't aware that Saint Francis of Assisi was considered by the "Friends of the UN Meditation Room" to be one of the World's Great Living Religions?

http://www.americancatholic.org/messenger/Jan1999/feature1.asp

Cast your bread upon the waters,for you will find it after many days...... Rainmaker Out//

Rainmaker
06-24-2015, 04:56 PM
And now the Pope claims anyone who makes weapons can't be Catholic.. BUT then goes on to claim that if only the Allies BOMBED the rail ways that led to Auschwitz and the other camps all would be good...

What a dunce!

Rainmaker reloads his own ammo. shhhh.... Don't tell Pope 666 or he will excommunicate me.....

UncaRastus
06-24-2015, 05:53 PM
RM,

Be careful when you reload those 105 howitzer rounds. I hear that reloading them isn't quite as easy as reloading small arms ammo.

And the 16 inch guns that you purchased from the Navy when they were sold off the WW2 and onward Battleships may require winches and stuff, for reloading.

I know that you want your compound protected, but trying to hide those 16 inch beasts can be kind of hard to do. Maybe some dazzle paint?

Absinthe Anecdote
06-24-2015, 06:05 PM
And now the Pope claims anyone who makes weapons can't be Catholic.. BUT then goes on to claim that if only the Allies BOMBED the rail ways that led to Auschwitz and the other camps all would be good...

What a dunce!

If Pope Francis and you ever got into an intellectual battle, I have little doubt that he would be victorious.

Both of you guys wear funny hats, the pope has his pope hat, and you have the dunce cap.

garhkal
06-24-2015, 09:09 PM
If Pope Francis and you ever got into an intellectual battle, I have little doubt that he would be victorious.

Both of you guys wear funny hats, the pope has his pope hat, and you have the dunce cap.

At least i wear mine with pride, and acknowledge when i was wrong.