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09.12.09 - ClimateGate, the Green Dragon, and the End of Christianity
Summary: Environmentalism is actually committed to “the reconstruction of a pagan world order” and “rejection of Christian spirituality,” according to author Dr. James Wanliss.
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With the ClimateGate revelations of flimsy “science” behind the man-made global warming theory, the role of the religious left in promoting this fraudulent scheme now deserves serious media scrutiny. Walter Grazer, who served as the Director of the Environmental Justice Program for the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops from 1993 to 2007 and is now interim executive director of the National Religious Partnership for the Environment (NRPE), was asked for a comment on ClimateGate and replied, “I am really not up on that issue at all.”
Ignoring the growing scandal, the National Religious Coalition on Creation Care issued a press release on the occasion of the opening of the Copenhagen climate change conference declaring that “climate change is a moral and ethical issue because it deals with lifestyle issues and choices that all people must face.” Cardinal Theodore McCarrick was quoted as saying that Catholic bishops will be promoting a new “Climate Covenant” and “take the message on the seriousness of climate change to every Catholic parish in America.”
But what is the real agenda behind the fraudulent “science?” Is it something more than political and economic control over people’s lives? Read the full article to find out
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