This past week has been one of continual outrages coming from the Holy See. On Tuesday we had the scandal of the Pope denouncing his predecessors as keeping the Church in the "shoals"; later that evening we had the masonic World Bank (co-founder was the communist, Harry Dexter White) projecting blasphemous images on the sacred Basilica of St. Peter's in Rome. For further information see here and here. Just yesterday, the Holy See issued a de facto anti-semitic document that refuses to proclaim Our Lord Jesus Christ to the Jewish people.
But there was at least another outrage. It should not be passed over in silence, but denounced. Cardinal Turkson, the President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace gave a speech before the various international delegates at the UN "global warming" gathering in Paris on December 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Not once - I repeat - not once did he mention God. Not once did he link creation with the Creator.
Truly, this speech must have warmed many a masonic heart; many an agnostic heart. Turkson spoek many a word about "combating" poverty, and "climate change", but not one word about protecting the most valuable part of creation: the human person. Not one word about the daily slaughter of the unborn in the most dangerous place in the world: the womb of the mother.
Cardinal Peter K.A. Turkson
High Level Segment of the COP-21
8 December 2015