Tag Archives: Catholic Church

Zichichi blasts climate change as “cultural pollution”

Antonino Zichichi (pronounce: Zeekeekee) , head of the World Federation of Scientists and founder of the Ettore Majorana center in Erice, Sicily, blasted climate change hysteria in an interview with the Naples daily “Il Mattino”. Zichichi’s statements are especially important … Continue reading

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Philippine Sen. Kit Tatad Publishes Powerful Review of EIR ‘Global Warming Scare’ Report, Supports ‘Resolution Against the Summit’

Former Senator Kit Tatad of the Philippines has issued an article reviewing and praising EIR’s Special Report, “Global Warming Scare is Population Reduction, Not Science,” for publication in his regular column in the Manila Times. Sen. Tatad, a prominent political … Continue reading

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The British Empire’s Green Fascism

Schellnhuber as a Satanic Force In the name of saving the environment, the British Royal family—through their agent John Schellnhuber, an official Commander of the Order of the British Empire—has moved to take over the Catholic church and use it … Continue reading

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New Paradigm Show · June 24, 2015

The British Royal family—through their agent John Schellnhuber, an official Commander of the Order of the British Empire—has moved to take over the Catholic Church and use it as an instrument for their global depopulation, genocide agenda. This is an … Continue reading

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There’s Man-Made Global Warming, in Hell: But What Nations Will Agree To Go There?

Anyone who reads the encyclical written by British Knight-Commander John Schellnhuber for issuance by Pope Francis, cannot escape that it is an attempt to destroy mankind–that sinful and violent race made from the mere soil of the creator “Mother Earth.” … Continue reading

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Cardinal O’Malley slams Obama “deportation mania” of immigrants

Cardinal Sean O’Malley often called the “American Francis” because of his closeness to the popular pope has sharply criticized “deportation mania” in the Obama administration and among politicians. He has compared support for immigration reform to backing for pro-life issues sharply … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Calls for Ending Tyranny of An Economy Which “Kills”

In his first major writing as Pope, released today, Pope Francis is unequivocal: Pope Francis, Image:Agência Brasil “Just as the commandment ‘Thou shalt not kill’ sets a clear limit in order to safeguard the value of human life, today we … Continue reading

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Philippines Warned of Disastrous Consequences of Population Control Policies

17 Aug. (LPAC)–The Philippines is one of the last countries in Asia still resisting the onslaught of genocidal pressures and propaganda to drastically reduce its population, at least in part because of the strong presence of the Catholic Church. However, … Continue reading

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Cardinal Peter Turkson on Bank Separation in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

The German paper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) today carried a very important article. They interviewed Cardinal Peter Turkson, head of the Pontifical Council on Justice and Peace,who came out for bank separation Readers of this website know that  the reinstatement … Continue reading

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More suppressed Irish history comes to light – the man who made St Patrick’s Day

Luke Wadding, a Co. Waterford native born in October 1558, was a Franciscan priest ordained in 1607 and sent as chaplain to Rome in 1618. He soon began raising funds for an Irish college for clerical students to study for … Continue reading

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