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Pope Blasts Koch, James O’Keefe, NWO Ideology: ‘Polluting Is Sin’ (VIDEO)

Sunday, May 25, 2014 7:05
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Pope Francis took corporate polluting to task Wednesday, urging people to become “Custodians of Creation” by rejecting elitist Koch Brothers’ sinful polluting at expense of the poor. The pope delivered his address as Koch-funded white nationalist supporter James O’Keefe delivered his latest video, showing his entrapping three of Hollywood’s most noted environmentalists in attempt to discredit them in their pre-production of the film, Fracked.

 

From an innovation standpoint, fracking is a do-or-die proposition, says Jennifer Grayson for HuffPo: “The evidence is high that the process is polluting groundwater and sickening Americans” – and people everywhere in the world where the oil and gas industry fracks. But death and destruction is what the Koch brothers are all about and what Pope Francis has eloquently strongly opposed this week.

 

Custodians of Creation or Destroyer of Worlds?

 

In front of a very large crowd in Rome, in the Pope’s short address, he made the case that the “beauty of nature and the grandeur of the cosmos” is indeed a Christian value:

 

“Safeguard Creation. Because if we destroy Creation, Creation will destroy us!” Pope Francis said. “‘Never forget this!”

 

The environementalist pope centered his theology around the biblical creation story in the book of Genesis, where God created the world, declared it “good,” and charged humanity with its care. 
 
 
Pope Francis referred to his namesake, Saint Francis of Assisi, a famous lover of animals, and tied the ongoing environmental crisis to economic concerns — namely, instances where a wealthy minority exploits the planet at the expense of the poor.

 

Pope Francis said, “Creation is not a property, which we can rule over at will; or, even less, is the property of only a few: Creation is a gift, it is a wonderful gift that God has given us, so that we care for it and we use it for the benefit of all, always with great respect and gratitude.” 

 

“But when we exploit Creation, we destroy the sign of God’s love for us. In destroying Creation we are saying to God: ‘I don’t like it! This is not good!’ ‘So what do you like?’ ‘I like myself!’ – Here, this is sin! Do you see?”

 

Watch Pope Francis in the Youtube video below as he blasts the Koch/GOP ideology in Polluting ‘Is Sin.’

 

Sins of Koch, Koch-funded James O’Keefe, Oil’Gas Apologists

 

There’s irony of James O’Keefe tricking some of America’s most influential environmentalists, Josh Tickell, Mariel hemmingway and Ed Begley Jr., for saying they’d take money from oil barons to make a high-powered anti-fracking film. For O’Keefe’s anti-Earth, anti-humanity, anti-poor and anti-human rights racist dirty work, O’Keefe takes money from the most dangerous men to all of humanity, New World Order’s Koch brothers.

 

As Daily Kos concluded about O’Keefe’s latest dirty trick, “the days when O’Keefe can use his edited tapes to get people fired seem to be over, because at this point everybody knows the tapes are edited into works of fiction. He’ll probably still make the occasional appearances on Fox News, though, because those people will believe anything.”

 

And as for Pope Francis, he’s obviously not buying Koch’s destruction of God’s creation, nor Koch-funded O’Keefe’s dirty tricks against protectors of God’s children, nor apologist sinners supporting these NWO fossil fuel destroyers of the Earth. 

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  • paul brown

    This sounds liike the first Christia pope in quite a while. Just in time.

    • Deborah Dupre

      I like him more than any other pope – but he doesn’t win my full support until he does this same type of address about the church’s sex abuse crimes.

      • John

        and gay marriage

  • Doccus

    Well, unlike Paul, I’m very worried. Focusing on the world’s material needs at the expense of their soiritual ones is the first sign of the False prophet. I LIKE this Pope, but that’s not surprising. An unlikeable one would never succceed as false prophet..

    • Doccus

      I’d like to point out, however, that I DO agree with Francis here…

  • Unicorn

    Popery and their abomination about to make a move for the holy places in Jerusalem.

    Stirring up class warfare for a world socialist agenda, when the Roman Catholic church is one of the richest institutions in the world.

    • Deborah Dupre

      The pope is saying that destroying the planet by recklessly extracting from it, killing people for it and polluting with the oily carcinogens is immoral, a sin. Seems you failed to get his point. But thank you for trying. Much appreciated.

  • James Craik

    The Pope has mirrored my books. I wonder what he reads at night.
    http://www.Amazon.com/jamescraik/books kindle edition

    • Deborah Dupre

      You must be a very special being. Thank you for writing your book and sharing it with us here. No wonder the Koch brothers need operatives like O’Keefe to help with dirty work.

  • The Marian Catechist

    “But when we exploit Creation, we destroy the sign of God’s love for us. In destroying Creation we are saying to God: ‘I don’t like it! This is not good!’ ‘So what do you like?’ ‘I like myself!’ – Here, this is sin! Do you see?”

    The Pope is right. Any time we exploit a created good for our own selfish purposes, we sin. This is so whether is a material good or action or even the whole of earthly creation itself. We are to use and dispose of God’s gifts legitimately but must never abuse them for the sake of our own convenience or pleasure. In other words, BE VIRTUOUS AND STOP SINNING!

    • Deborah Dupre

      Pretty straight forward. Thank you. The christian apologists – who say we just have to have oil and gas – are the ones he’s talking to as much as the Kochs and O’Keefes and their elitist white supremist lk.

  • pigsdofly

    Why are you angry with James O’Keefe? He didn’t say he agreed with fracking, he just exposed the fraud taking place between the corporations. Sure, some people are going to get caught that had no idea of the fraud and then there are those whom have “no morals” when it comes to money. I listened to the whole video regarding the anti-fracking issue. Sounds to me like quite a few people got their hands caught in the “cookie jar!” And you ought not be a co-dependent by supporting them.

    • MODERNMINUTEMAN

      James O’keefe is one of the few real journalists we have today and i am sorry but this pope is a politically correct NWO JERK. he iis bowing to Islam which butchers Christians all over the world and he said he would not focus on gays and transvestites and he is a marxists who agrees with Obama’s sharing the wealth but i will bet the vatican will not be sharing their gold, silver and gems any time soon!

    • Deborah Dupre

      Pigs – james O’keefe uses fraudulent means as dirty as the man he pimps for, Koch. He’s the one taking money from the dirtiest most dangerous oil man on the planet. This little stunt is only one of many people like him get paid to do – in attempt to discredit good people.

      Josh Fox proved how O’Keefe lies, threatens, and plays all kind of dirty tricks to entrap – something that was once illegal. That’s why O’Keefe just got off 3-years of parole.

      Pity you fail to see the irony – or O’Keefe’s criminal behavior. But they had to try – because Josh’s movie is going to expose them all more than in his other films and they KNOW that. I’m proud they see my son as a threat to their criminality with impunity.

  • Louis

    Deborah, you have no idea — not even the slightest clue — what the Pope’s remarks actually meant.

    Neither does expressing respect for God’s creation render anyone an “environmentalist.”

    Furthermore, the Church has done a splendid job weeding out homosexual infiltrators into the Catholic priesthood.

    How dare you say Pope Francis doesn’t measure up to your high standards. What a laugh. Who are you besides nobody?

    • John

      I would guess that makes her the same as you and everyone else on the planet…a nobody…you even use the name anonymous indicating you are a nobody and then stand and criticise someone else and claim them to (in a demeaning fashion) a nobody…just like yourself, and yet here you are expressing your nobody views just as the other nobody did…my question is how come you (as a nobody) can sit in judgement of the poster (another nobody) when you are no different?

      • Deborah Dupre

        Thank you, Mike. I’m not quite sure what Mr. Nobody was even referring to regarding the pope not living up to my standards. These environmentalist statements he made helped win him over, like his comments on the poor and many other bold stands he’s taken.

    • Deborah Dupre

      It would be interesting if you enlightened all of us, Mr. Nobody, instead of being the judge. Oops, wait. I thought the Bible teaches to not judge. Maybe you’re referring to a different pope or guru?

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