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Nobody Expected The Marc Morano Inquisition!

April 28, 2015

By Paul Homewood  

  

Priest in Mexico/Catholicism

 

Vatican Heavies Silence Climate Heretics at UN Papal Summit

 

 Breitbart report:

 

VATICAN CITY – Papal heavies shut down an awkward question at a Vatican press conference today when a journalist asked UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon his views on climate sceptics.

Marc Morano, covering the Vatican climate conference for Climate Depot, asked Ban Ki-Moon whether he had a message for the Heartland Institute delegation of scientists who have flown to Rome to urge the Pope to reconsider his ill-advised position climate change.

But before he could finish the conference hosts interrupted to ask which organisation he worked for, then directed the microphone to a more tame questioner, while a security guard came over to mutter in Morano’s ear “You have to control yourself or you will be escorted out of here.”

Morano, together with Christopher Monckton (one of the Heartland delegation) and your correspondent, only narrowly made it into the carefully stage-managed conference where – as known climate sceptics – they were apparently not welcome.

“Ah. So you made it in here?” said a somewhat surprised looking member of the Vatican press team to Morano, when he realised that he had bypassed the Vatican’s security and infiltrated the press pack who had come to cover the conference.

As luck would have it, a heaven-sent shower of torrential rain had created such chaos that security wasn’t as tight as it might have been.

However, the three sceptics (Morano, Monckton, Delingpole) were watched very carefully throughout the proceedings lest they attempt to ruffle the feathers of key speakers Ban Ki-Moon, left-wing economist Jeffrey Sachs and Cardinal Turkson, the Ghanaian priest who has been coordinating the Vatican’s position on “climate change.”

In the end, Secretary-General Ban did answer a similar question, albeit one expressed more delicately by a journalist from the Catholic media, when he was asked what his views were on those members of the Catholic community who had reservations about the Pope’s position on climate change.

Perhaps this was a response to Ban’s rather bold and very moot declaration that “Religion and science are united on the need for action on climate.”

“I don’t think faith leaders should be scientists,” said Ban, in reply to the question. “I’m not a scientist. What I want is their moral authority. Business leaders and all civil society is on board [with the mission to combat climate change]. Now we want faith leaders. Then we can make it happen.”

Secretary-General Ban clearly didn’t need the help from the papal security. As he smoothly demonstrated – as later when he deftly swerved a question about “overpopulation” and whether his previously expressed views that Africa should keep its population down clashed with the Catholic doctrine on contraception – he’s more than capable of squishing inconvenient truths himself.

 

 

 

The truth? What’s that?

 

 

 

  

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12 Comments
  1. Joe Public permalink
    April 28, 2015 10:17 pm

    It’s amazing that churches & cathedrals which require space heating, are amongst the most energy-inefficient buildings used by any organisation.

    Massive, uninsulated edifices, 6m – 8m – 10m tall, used by occupants needing less than 2.5m headroom.

    And sometimes for just 1 day a week. For a few hours.

    Space-heating pre-heat period is up to 24 hours.

    No wonder they’re exempt from needing an Energy Performance Certificate.

  2. BLACK PEARL permalink
    April 28, 2015 10:30 pm

    What is it they say about religion & politics
    21st century, Internet availability of facts and still the ability of those in position to brainwash & control the plebs. When does the inquisition begin then ?

  3. April 28, 2015 11:26 pm

    Reblogged this on CraigM350 and commented:
    Ban Ki-Moon
    “I’m not a scientist. What I want is their moral authority. Business leaders and all civil society is on board [with the mission to combat climate change]. Now we want faith leaders. Then we can make it happen.”
    An unsettling insight into the mind of the cabal.

    It’s not about science. It never was.

  4. Pathway permalink
    April 28, 2015 11:28 pm

    Once again the church lies down with wolves. The outcome will not be pretty.

    • April 29, 2015 12:24 am

      They have been in bed together since Stalin won WWII and united nations (UN) and national academies of sciences (NAS) on 24 Oct 1945 to rule and enslave the public with false information disguised as 97% consensus science.

      • RockySpears permalink
        May 14, 2015 8:30 am

        No, it was in 381 (or so) with the imposition if the Nicene Creed by the Roman Emperor. Since then the Catholic Church and the Politicians have always been in cahoots.

  5. M E permalink
    April 29, 2015 12:20 am

    The various Green Parties will not be pleased to be associated with the Roman Catholic Church which is opposed to the euthanasia and eugenics they appear to think to be necessary to cleanse the Planet. Those chardonnay socialists who believe in homosexual marriage will not be pleased either. I mean to say For goodness sake, the Roman Catholics don’t even have female clergy! A lot of people will not like this. not just the unbelievers among scientists.

  6. THX1138 permalink
    April 29, 2015 12:50 am

    Mainstream science IS a religion, complete with dogma and heretics (their words, not mine). The supposed schism between government and religion is nonexistent, and never was. Government and religion walk hand in hand, and always have. We live in Plato’s Cave.

  7. April 29, 2015 4:45 am

    “When the climate was changing, many centuries ago,
    How to explain it? Well, man just didn’t know;
    Priests, the propaganda machine of that aged time,
    Said that that man must be guilty of some sort of crime…..”
    Read more: http://wp.me/p3KQlH-wE

  8. April 29, 2015 7:46 am

    Following Rhymeafterrhyme’s excellent poem about the church and climate, is it also time for the church to reconsider the punishments that their God has given to man in terms of floods and famines as well. The church does not have a good long term record on climate change… nor on approving scientific facts for that matter.

    • Joe Public permalink
      April 29, 2015 1:52 pm

      “their God has given to man in terms of floods and famines”

      Good point Jack.

      Recent occurrences can’t be down to ‘climate change’; the sceptics can now simply point to the Bible.

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