Can you guess in what context?!
Hot Air Alert:
Francis warns Mankind of God’s Judgment!
Breaking news: The Jesuit apostate Jorge Bergoglio, better known by his stage name, “Pope Francis”, has suddenly warned mankind of “God’s judgment” if it should not finally amend its ways!
What brought this on? Did the false pope accidentally open an accurate translation of the New Testament? Did memory of his childhood catechism classes suddenly return? Did he have a long-overdue conversion a few weeks before his 85th birthday? Is he becoming remorseful concerning all the Modernist piffle he has been spouting for so many years? Is the rampant loss of Faith and morals among supposed Catholics worldwide finally starting to move his conscience?
Alas, no: Rather, he is currently busy pushing his environmentalist agenda in the wake of the COP26 meeting (2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference) in Glasgow, Scotland, and since some leverage comes in handy for that, he did not think it beneath his dignity to dust off a traditional Roman Catholic concept for the occasion.
In a short letter addressed to the
Catholics adherents of the Novus Ordo Sect in Scotland, Francis wrote:
As you know, I had hoped to take part in the COP26 meeting in Glasgow and to spend some time, however briefly, with you. I regret that this did not prove possible. At the same time, I am pleased that today you are joining in prayer for my intentions and for the fruitful outcome of this gathering meant to address one of the great moral issues of our time: the preservation of God’s creation, given to us as a garden to be cultivated and as a common home for our human family.
Let us implore God’s gifts of wisdom and strength upon those charged with guiding the international community as they seek to meet this grave challenge with concrete decisions inspired by responsibility towards present and future generations. Time is running out; this occasion must not be wasted, lest we have to face God’s judgement for our failure to be faithful stewards of the world he has entrusted to our care.
(Antipope Francis, “Letter to the Catholics of Scotland”, Vatican.va, Nov. 9, 2021; underlining added.)
The headlines of the reports on that letter are just hilarious:
- “COP26: Pope warns of God’s judgment for failure to care for creation” (Vatican News)
- “Time is running out, pope tells COP26 and warns of God’s judgement if it fails” (La Croix International)
- “Pope warns of ‘God’s judgement’ if COP26 fails” (The Tablet)
- “Failure to protect creation will incur God’s judgment, pope says” (Crux)
People who have had enough exposure to Bergoglio in the last 8+ years will not be too surprised at his sudden discovery of God’s judgment. This is a familiar pattern for the false pope: When it comes to matters of the temporal life — and that is what he actually cares about — he has no problem even proselytizing and invoking the threat of divine condemnation if he thinks it will further his cause. It’s when it comes to supernatural things, matters of eternity, that he doesn’t give a hoot.
Don’t believe it? Here are some examples.
When it comes to the topic of ecology and sustainable development, Francis demands conversion. When it concerns the indigenous, he is all for the rights of tradition. When it’s about helping the poor, he remembers God’s judgment (“We will be judged on this”).
When it comes to supernatural Faith, hope, and charity, on the other hand, Francis is quick to condemn all proselytism as sinful; he denounces observing sound moral norms as the rigid clinging to rules and precepts; and of course he knows that “[k]eeping the truth does not mean defending ideas, becoming guardians of a system of doctrines and dogmas…” (source). After all, “no one owns the truth” and “being a Christian is not about adhering to a doctrine” for him anyway.
The truth is that when he’s not proselytizing for one of his dearly beloved globalist ideological causes — migrants and climate change, for example — Francis isn’t that concerned about God’s judgment. That explains why he can preach on death without mentioning judgment, heaven, or hell.
However, not only is Francis not concerned about God’s judgment, he has explicitly told his hapless followers not to worry about it:
In preparation for that insignificant little Particular Judgment each soul will undergo, the thought of which has made Saints tremble, Francis has given the following moral advice: “The least serious sins are the sins of the flesh” (Interview with Dominique Wolton).
Although it is, of course, utterly outrageous for anyone to say, or even suggest, that the sins of the flesh (that is, sins of sexual impurity, mortal by their very nature) are among the least serious of sins, Francis has gone way beyond that even. On at least two occasions, he has blasphemously declared that sins of fornication and adultery can be virtuous and in accordance with God’s will!
For example, in his infernal 2016 exhortation Amoris Laetitia, the Jesuit antipope managed to turn the mortal sin of adultery into the virtue of obedience to God’s will, on the specious grounds that it can constitute “what for now is the most generous response which can be given to God, [coming] to see with a certain moral security that it is what God himself is asking amid the concrete complexity of one’s limits, while yet not fully the objective ideal” (Amoris Laetitia, n. 303).
On another occasion at which he candidly revealed his blasphemous mind, Francis expressed his conviction that the mortal sin of fornication, if carried out habitually and with the same person while living under the same roof, is nothing short of a sacramental marriage — with grace and everything! How theologically twisted and disturbed must a soul be that dreams up such an idiotic idea?
Speaking of theological absurdities, Francis is the only one who can outdo himself.
Although Sacred Scripture testifies that “without faith it is impossible to please God” (Heb 11:6; cf. Ps 52:1), and that even those who believe will not enter the Kingdom of Heaven unless they also do “the will of my Father who is in heaven” (Mt 7:21; cf. Jas 2:24), nevertheless this “Pope” once proclaimed to the world that an atheist had attained heavenly glory because he was “good” — perhaps even a climate activist.
This was right in line with his first “Apostolic Exhortation”, issued in 2013, in which Bergoglio informed his followers: “Appearances notwithstanding, every person is immensely holy and deserves our love” (Evangelii Gaudium, n. 274; underlining added). That would explain what he said to homosexual atheist Stephen Amos.
When Francis received Amos in audience in 2019, that was obviously an incredibly propitious “occasion [that] must not be wasted” to lead him to the path of Faith and virtue, lest he “have to face God’s judgement” at the end of his life, to borrow some phrases from Bergoglio’s letter on COP26. Alas, it was an opportunity wasted, for the false pope instead assured the unbelieving sodomite, who was clearly looking for direction in life, that he was perfectly fine where he was, telling him: “It does not matter who you are or how you live your life, you do not lose your dignity” (source).
Of course that is not the message Francis has for those who are attached to the Traditional Latin Mass, but we won’t open that can of worms now.
All of the above makes one thing pretty clear: If there’s someone who is not concerned about God’s judgment, it’s Jorge Bergoglio. His appeal to it in his letter to Scots on the environmental COP26 meeting is a mere ploy to help further his beloved cause. Francis is a master manipulator who loves to use supernatural truths to further a Naturalist agenda. He knows how to neutralize the Gospel!
By the way: How urgent and grave a moral issue climate change is to the elites attending the Glasgow conference was evident in how they traveled there:
But they need not worry: Antarctica has just posted its coldest temperatures in recorded history, and since the goal is a specific global average temperature, that should count for something.
Meanwhile, perhaps everyone could reflect on the simple truth that the weather makes the climate, not the other way around.
No matter what the weather will be like in the next few years, we know the prophecy contained in the Second Epistle of Pope St. Peter regarding the end of the world: “But the day of the Lord shall come as a thief, in which the heavens shall pass away with great violence, and the elements shall be melted with heat, and the earth and the works which are in it, shall be burnt up” (2 Pet 3:10).
In other words: It will get hotter.
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