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Flashback Special Report: ‘Unholy Alliance’ – Exposing The Radicals Advising Pope Francis on Climate

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‘The Vatican relied on advisors who are the most extreme elements in the global warming debate.  These climate advisors are so far out of the mainstream they even make some of their fellow climate activists cringe…The Vatican advisors can only be described as a brew of anti-capitalist, pro-population control advocates who allow no dissent and are way out of the mainstream of even the global warming establishment.’


By:  – Climate DepotSeptember 24, 2015 10:06 AM with 33 comments

(Also see: The Climate Skeptic’s Guide To Pope Francis’ U.S. Visit: Talking Points About The Pope & Global Warming)

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CLIMATE DEPOT SPECIAL REPORT 

The Vatican’s Advisors: An Unholy Alliance with the UN Global Warming Agenda

Full PDF Report Available Here:

In the preparation and promotion of its widely touted encyclical, Laudato Si: On Care for Our Common Home, the Vatican relied on advisors who can only be described as the most extreme elements in the global warming debate.  These climate advisors are so far out of the mainstream they even make some of their fellow climate activists cringe. Many of these advisors oppose individual freedom and market economics and stand against traditional family values.

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