In a joint statement Tuesday with the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, open-borders socialist Pope Francis once again reiterated his claim that so-called climate change is “an immediate and urgent matter of survival” for humanity.
“The extreme weather and natural disasters of recent months reveal afresh to us with great force and at great human cost that climate change is not only a future challenge, but an immediate and urgent matter of survival,” the Pope stated. “Widespread floods, fires and droughts threaten entire continents,. Sea levels rise, forcing whole communities to relocate; cyclones devastate entire regions, ruining lives and livelihoods.”
These disasters have befallen the planet because we “have maximised our own interest at the expense of future generations,” the bishops continued. “By concentrating on our wealth, we find that long-term assets, including the bounty of nature, are depleted for short-term advantage.”
“All of us — whoever and wherever we are — can play a part in changing our collective response to the unprecedented threat of climate change and environmental degradation,” they conclude.
The Pope needs to stay in his lane, and his leftist compatriots would say, and address the spiritual needs of his flock rather than promote the Great Reset of his fellow globalist elites.