Pope Francis, like most avowed Marxists, leverages environmental hysteria to browbeat capitalists for exploiting the Earth’s resources. And yet, capitalizing on natural resources is exactly what God told man to do in the dominion mandate of Genesis 1:28.
And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.
However, Francis has proven himself as strong an environmentalist reactionary at Greta Thornberg, who he has practically venerated as a saint. Only a few weeks ago, Francis argued that coronavirus was the Earth’s way of paying us back for mistreating it. In November of last year, Francis added “sins against the environment” to the Catholic catechism. In September of last year, Francis called fossil fuels immoral.
And now, Francis issued an Earth Day proclamation again declaring that using God’s resources on the earth is a sin.
The HuffPo reports…
Recounting a Spanish proverb that God always forgives, man sometimes forgives but nature never forgives, Francis said: “If we have deteriorated the Earth, the response will be very ugly.”
Francis went on to laud the radical environmental movement claiming we should, “take to the streets to teach us what is obvious, that is, that there will be no future for us if we destroy the environment that sustains us.”
Again, Francis claimed that coronavirus was pay-back for sinning against the Earth, saying, “We see these natural tragedies, which are the Earth’s response to our maltreatment. I think that if I ask the Lord now what he thinks about this, I don’t think he would say it is a very good thing. It is we who have ruined the work of God.”
Francis was repeatedly the object of scorn among conservative Catholics last year who took exception with his worship of the Pachamama earth-goddess on the grounds of the Vatican.
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