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Fusion of ideologies – climate activists rely on the Pope



Religiosity and atheism come together. Climate activists rely on the Pope. This means that the fusion of ideologies for the formation of the united human family for common rebellion against God is really gaining momentum.

“Interdenominational” ecumenism

What should come together will come together. Religiosity and atheism couldn’t be further apart. Two supposedly irreconcilable camps with sometimes opposing world views. The majority of people fall into one of the two groups. Either, in whatever way, religiously inclined and others have found a home in the society of God-unbelievers. Living together within a peacefully minded human family seems impossible given such a contrast.

Intersections are already enough

Street intersection
Common path on the Mithras Cross

The definition “Abrahamic religion” is an example of how the unification of the opposing religions Christianity, Judaism and Islam can be achieved. While a common denominator can certainly be defined for the different denominations within the framework of ecumenism, an intersection between churchgoers and the “unbelievers” would seem hopeless. But there is this “non-denominational” faith that is quite capable of assimilating even people with the most contradictory world views into a fused unity.

Dialogue and pats on the back

Left-green activists, far from any religiosity, in organized action as “Fridays for Future” or “Extinction Rebellion”, fight for the health of the climate and a habitable earth in the future. The first connections between the divergent ideologies of atheism and religion came with the award of an honorary doctorate in theology to the “climate prophet” Greta Thunberg and the “Sermon of the Year” award to the “climate activist” Luisa Neubauer. The latter is currently in Dubai with around 70,000 other interested parties and VIPs for the COP28 climate conference.

Climate activists rely on the Pope

Who would have thought? In Turin, Italy, a mass given by Archbishop Roberto Repole was disrupted last Sunday (Catholic News Agency, CNA). A group of activists from the organized group “Extinction Rebellion” entered Turin Cathedral, interrupted the ritual of the mass that was taking place and began to read their own “sermon”. The activists had a selected manuscript on hand. They read parts of the environmental encyclical “Laudato Si'” and from the supplementary letter “Laudate Deum” to the trade fair visitors present. Both letters are from Pope Francis.

Activists justify their actions

nature activists
Climate activists have Pope as a leading figure

According to this activist group’s own statement (Source), the intention was to alert the faithful to the Pope’s words on the climate crisis. The letters Laudato Si’ and Laudate Deum seemed very suitable for this, as the Pope emphatically expressed the seriousness of the environmental and climate crisis and “analyzed the scientific and political aspects in detail”.

“Extinction Rebellion” calls for a renewed dialogue on the future design of the planet. “We need a discussion that unites us all, because the environmental challenge we are experiencing and its human roots worry and concern us all.”
“Faced with the greatest humanitarian crisis of all time,” Pope Francis calls for “no longer treating the problem as just an environmental problem, but repositioning it as a social and human problem.”

The King of the North gains the upper hand

“A few characters who only caused trouble,” is one possible objection. But this campaign has now reached a new quality, which was already demonstrated at the Church Day 2023 in Nuremberg. One had the impression that the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD) was organizing a party conference for the Left and the Greens (Info). The (formerly) Protestant churches act as the glue between the ideologies of the climate activists and the visions of the moral apostle in Rome. By the way, the Bible describes these church institutions as the “false prophet.”

The Pope as a tenor for left-green ideology. The atheist camp refers to the demands of the epitome of religious morality and the already declared head of religious ecumenism.

And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over.“, so in Daniel 11:40. The northern king (religiosity) will surprise the southern king (atheism) and gain the upper hand.

Heavenly sanctuary
The book of Daniel describes the ‘success’ of the northern king

The “King of the North” and his affiliated merchants have already defined nature conservation as a necessary belief and thus as a new religion (Info). The fusion of ideologies for the intended human family to form a common rebellion against God is currently taking place before all of our eyes. But there will be great disillusionment due to the failure of the declared goals (Info).

And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed: and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand for ever. Forasmuch as thou sawest that the stone was cut out of the mountain without hands, and that it brake in pieces the iron, the brass, the clay, the silver, and the gold; the great God hath made known to the king what shall come to pass hereafter: and the dream is certain, and the interpretation thereof sure.
Daniel 2:44-45

Bible verses from King James Version

Fusion of ideologies – climate activists rely on the Pope
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