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Pope Proposes Making ‘Acts Against The Environment’ A Sin

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Thou shalt not deny man-made climate change?

Pope Francis declared Friday that he is considering making it a sin to be un-environmentally friendly, continuing his brand of eco-popery that he has been pushing since becoming the Pontiff in 2013.

The Wall Street Journal writes:

Pope Francis, who has made the environment a signature cause of his pontificate, said he was strongly considering adding the category of “ecological sin” to the Catholic Church’s official compendium of teachings.

“We must introduce—we are thinking—into the Catechism of the Catholic Church the sin against ecology, the ecological sin against the common home, because it’s a duty,” the pope said at the Vatican Friday.

He noted that ecological sin would be defined as an “action or omission against God, against others, the community and the environment. It is a sin against future generations and is manifested in the acts and habits of pollution and destruction of the harmony of the environment.”

In the same speech he said that developments in politics and business remind him of dark episodes from humanity’s past, including Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich.

“It is not coincidental that at times there is a resurgence of symbols typical of Nazism,” Francis said as he decried the “culture of waste and hate” represented by contemporary politicians who spew derogatory and racists attacks against homosexuals, gypsies, Jewish people, and others. “I must confess to you,” he continued, “that when I hear a speech (by) someone responsible for order or for a government, I think of speeches by Hitler in 1934, 1936.”

Francis also blamed global capitalism for ‘plundering the earth’ at the expense of the poor and future generations.

“Global financial capital is at the origin of serious crimes not only against property but also against people and the environment,” Francis said, comparing capitalism to “organized crime” committing “ecocide.” Francis added that such crimes committed by corporations should be punished.

The Pope has been talking about environmentalism for some time. In 2015, he described global warming as a major threat to all life on Earth, adding that the use of fossil fuels (presumably put here by God?) should be curtailed.

Furthermore, in 2016, the pope added “care for our common home,” to the Catholic Church’s traditional seven works of mercy, as well as adding it to the Beatitudes, the core set of Christian ideals such as meekness and mercy enunciated by Jesus in the Bible.

He noted that “Blessed are those who protect and care for our common home.”

In June this year, the pope declared a global “climate emergency,” warning of the dangers of ‘global heating’ and said that a failure to act urgently to reduce greenhouse gases would be “a brutal act of injustice toward the poor and future generations”.

He endorsed a “radical energy transition” advocated by the the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, saying that “Future generations stand to inherit a greatly spoiled world.”

“Our children and grandchildren should not have to pay the cost of our generation’s irresponsibility,” he said, adding “Indeed, as is becoming increasingly clear, young people are calling for a change.”

He followed up in September urging governments around the world to take “drastic measures” to combat global warming and reduce the use of fossil fuels, again saying the world was experiencing a climate emergency.

“Governments will have the responsibility of showing the political will to take drastic measures to achieve as quickly as possible zero net greenhouse gas emissions and to limit the average increase in global temperature to 1.5 degrees Celsius with respect to pre-industrial levels, in accordance with the Paris Agreement goals.” he said.

While radicals suggest there are only 12 years left before the world succumbs to total destruction, more serious research posits that reducing carbon emissions to ‘net zero’ would have a devastating impact on many countries, effectively killing their economies, halting development, and immediately triggering social emergencies such as food and energy shortages.

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Hilarious: Leftists Triggered By Trump Candy Bars

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Making confectionery great again

Candy bars made and sold by a small family-run business have triggered leftists into a frothing frenzy because they are adorned with President Trump’s smiling face.

Making confectionery great again, the treats were spotted in John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York by liberal author Malcolm Nance, a noted ‘muh Russia’ conspiracy theorist:

Nance’s snowflake fan club then piled in:

The candy is made and sold by New York-based Astor Chocolate, an American family run business in operations since the 1950s.

Astor describes the candy as “1.75 oz Belgian milk chocolate bar inaugural design to commemorate our 45th President Donald Trump.”

Of course, it’s nothing new. There was no problem with this when the savior was President:

Lets enjoy more of the triggering:

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The Infantilization of Popular Culture

The invasion of the man-babies.

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Why are superhero movies so popular?

Why are millennials regressing back to an infantilized state of permanent adolescence?

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Watch: Lefty BBC Comedian Booed Off Stage For Tired Brexit ‘Jokes’

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Insulted crowd, and said “what you need here is far right comedians”

Update – A longer video of the incident has emerged:

A comedian who regularly appears on BBC programming was booed off stage and had food thrown at him within minutes of the beginning his routine because he spoke negatively about Brexit and Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The tail end of Nish Kumar’s appearance was filmed by members of the audience at a charity cricket lunch in London. The footage shows Kumar refusing to leave the stage, and having to be escorted off.

“I know you want me to leave but I’m not going to do it.  Absolutely not.” Kumar can be heard saying in the video.

He was also reported to have bragged to the crowd that he was doing the event for free, but they should have paid a “far right” comedian to do the performance, which incensed the audience even more.

“It was the most embarrassing thing I’ve ever seen,” attendee Jon Austin told the Telegraph.

“It was Brexit straight away.  He came on and he killed the audience.  It took less than a minute. People were booing him.  He had bread rolls thrown at him.” Austin added, saying the event in aid of disabled children “wasn’t the place” for politics.

Kumar was also said to have made a joke about himself either looking like a terrorist or a Brazilian, depending on the angle.

When the crowd quickly turned, Kumar reacted by insulting them, calling them “Thick”. “He said ‘what you need here is far right comedians’,” Mr Austin said, adding “‘Far right’ – it was just deeply offensive.”

Kumar is known for routinely appearing on boring BBC panel shows where ranting about Brexit is somehow considered ‘comedy’. He also fronts a ‘comedy’ show called Mash Report on the BBC, where he parrots this kind of material ad nauseum.

In other words, he operates in a total bubble. Put him out in the real world in front of a crowd of middle-aged cricket fans, and this is what happens.

This perfectly underscores how sick British people are of being told what the ‘right’ way of thinking is by establishment hacks like Kumar. All he does is use comedy as a coat for imposing his political beliefs on others. It is simultaneously a horrendous misuse of the art form, and a smarmy declaration of moral superiority.

Kumar sardonically addressed the incident on Twitter, writing “In my defence, it was only one bread roll and it missed me.”

He also posted a YouTube video of Bob Dylan laughing at newspaper reports that people had walked out of one of his concerts after booing him.

It can only be inferred that the suggestion here by Nish is that the people just don’t understand greatness when they see it.

The problem, however, is that Bob Dylan is undoubtedly one of the greatest artists of his time, whereas Nish is a guy who appears on scripted panel shows and at corporate events because he’s not talented or liked enough to score real comedy gigs.

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