Laudato Si: Not All Bad? Give Me A Break!

hhhmmm.... this encyclical is so tasty!

hhhmmm…. this encyclical is so tasty!


Good Lord, that I should live to see the day where I am encouraged to consider “good news” the fact that the papal enviro-fart is… not all bad. 

Almost 200 pages of it, and it should be… all bad? That’s absolutely impossible! Not even Stalin would manage to put only rubbish and nothing else than rubbish in an almost 200 pages document! 

So now we have the world leftist, enviro-nutcases and bad eggs of all sorts rejoicing for the massive support Francis tries to give to them, whilst the Pollyannas desperately scavenge amidst the rubbish on the look for something that is, actually, usable.

Give me a break.

Reality has abandoned us completely. We live in the age of self deception.


Posted on June 18, 2015, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Some have been saying that, as the Pope is a scientist, this makes him an authority on such matters. However the ‘degree in chemistry’ and ‘worked as a chemist’ or even ‘worked as a chemical engineer’ may somewhat overstate his qualifications and early career. There are indications that he qualified as some sort of lab assistant at some sort of technical college and subsequently worked as a lab assistant. This comes from a link you gave to a US commentator a few days ago. It would be very interesting to know exactly what the Pope’s academic and career background actually is. I am putting my money on the ‘lab assistant’ career past.

    • Even with a degree in chemistry he would not be qualified to tell the planet how to behave. Heck, even with a degree in climate science (or such like)!
      But yes, it appears from what one reads around the man shoved phials around in some laboratory or was the one examining your blood.

  2. “Mercy, Mercy Me (The Ecology)”

    Woo ah, mercy mercy me
    Ah things ain’t what they used to be, no no
    Where did all the blue skies go?
    Poison is the wind that blows from the north and south and east
    Woo mercy, mercy me, mercy father
    Ah things ain’t what they used to be, no no
    Oil wasted on the ocean and upon our seas, fish full of mercury
    Ah oh mercy, mercy me
    Ah things ain’t what they used to be, no no
    Radiation under ground and in the sky
    Animals and birds who live nearby are dying
    Oh mercy, mercy me
    Ah things ain’t what they used to be
    What about this overcrowded land
    How much more abuse from man can she stand?
    Oh, na na…
    My sweet Lord… No
    My Lord… My sweet Lord

    1971 song by Marvin Gaye – Year of mercy, environment, and gayes! It all came from Hollyweird!

  3. Mundabor,
    “Give me a break.”
    No problem. Here’s one. I hope you like it… 😉

    The perspective on environmental issues does differ slightly from the Caudillo’s though, taking into account the important broader necessities of true Progress…

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