by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:
Pope Francis engaged former U.S. President Bill Clinton via zoom Monday, stressing the urgency of addressing the climate change ‘catastrophe,’ the migration ‘crisis,’ and war.
Many times you will hear me remark on how our everyday real life now closely resembles many of those cheesy but wonderful Christian movies made to warn about the end times and Bible prophecy. Look at the image at the top of this article, soak it in and understand what you’re looking at. Revelation is leaping off the pages of your King James Bible, can you see it?
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The Bible talks about ‘Satan’s seat’, and you can rest assured that that seat is located right here. Bill Clinton is one of the most corrupt politicians America has ever seen, and that’s saying a lot. We have a whole section devoted to the Clinton Body Count, take a look sometime and see what that’s all about. Then there’s Pope Francis, the ‘vicar of Christ’ that can never seem to preach the gospel of the grace of God, but can pontificate endlessly on climate change, migration and wars. Why is that? The kingdom of Antichrist is forming, in breathless anticipation of Judas coming up out of his own place to inhabit a human body. You want the end times? You’re living in it. Act accordingly.
Pope Francis to Bill Clinton: We Must Halt the ‘Ecological Catastrophe’ of Climate Change
FROM BREITBART NEWS: “It is time to work together to stop the ecological catastrophe before it’s too late,” the pontiff told Mr. Clinton at a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). “Let us stop while there is still time, please.”
The pope reiterated his intention of releasing a second document on the environment later this month, eight years after the publication of his encyclical “Laudato Sì” on the same theme.
In late August, Francis said it is time world leaders to “listen to science and institute a rapid and equitable transition to end the era of fossil fuel.”
It is “absurd to permit the continued exploration and expansion of fossil fuel infrastructures,” he declared in his message for the September 1 Feast of Creation. “Let us raise our voices to halt this injustice towards the poor and towards our children, who will bear the worst effects of climate change.”
“The unrestrained burning of fossil fuels and the destruction of forests are pushing temperatures higher and leading to massive droughts,” the pope stated, a product of “consumerist greed, fueled by selfish hearts.”
Moreover, he contended, “predatory industries are depleting and polluting our freshwater sources through extreme practices such as fracking for oil and gas extraction, unchecked mega-mining projects, and intensive animal farming.”