What Stinks about Varoufakis and the Whole Greek Mess? by F. William Engdahl . . . we actually hear TALK now of HATE on the part of the cabal!!! ~J

Doreen Agostino:

To end ‘divide and conquer’ tactics used by psychopaths who stand on the sidelines waiting to feast on our demise, replace fear and negative emotions with cooperation, and determination to stand on the side of history that empowers a new era of transparency, truth, and trust.

Originally posted on Co-Creating Our Future on Planet Earth:


Thanks to E.


Something stinks very bad about Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis and the entire Greek mess that has been playing out since the election victory of the nominally pro-Greek Syriza Party in January. I am coming to the reluctant conclusion that far from being the champion of the hapless Greek people, Varoufakis is part of a far larger and very dirty game.

The brilliant psychologist Eric Berne, author of the seminal book Games People Play, would likely call the game of Varoufakis and the Troika, “Rapo,” as in the rape of the Greek people and, ultimately of all the EU, Germany included. How do I come to this surprising conclusion?

When the left-right coalition was elected by a Greek population desperate for change from the several years of austerity, pension cuts, health and education cuts demanded by the IMF in order to insure that Greek creditors…

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Is Greece The Canary In the Coal Mine? What About CAFR?

The Lies And Deception Known As The European Union + We Are All Greeks: Understanding The Economic Collapse Of Greece And The Subsequent Impacts On The Global Economy.

We’ve long known that trade pacts and organized economic blocks are not really instituted for our benefit but for facilitating totalitarian control in its grandest scale, and the recent leaking of the IMF document, emphasizing the futility for Greece to have accepted the Troika’s terms, only proves that sinister objective even more.

Related: IMF has made €2.5 billion profit out of Greece loans

Related: Do you know the truth about the EU?

How about BRICS? Is it not just another NWO sleight of hand?

We would like to believe that it is not. For one thing, every member in the AIIB and NDB banks of the BRICS have equal voting rights irrespective of GDP size. Otherwise, China would dominate everyone which should defeat the very purpose of establishing an alternative world bank and is obviously not the reason why governments are jumping into the bandwagon,  as one might find below.

In contrast, the European Union is, as events unfolded for the last five months, a patently undemocratic institution that is shove right into the throats of the Europeans solely for the purpose of making them incapable of derailing the advancement of vested interests of the political and banking elite.

The IMF was just lying and playing dice on the fate of the Greeks all along…

This video might be helpful to those who are only now becoming aware of the implications the Greek default will have on the global economy. Share with your friends and family.

The Economic Collapse of Greece Whiteboard Animation by Angelow

READ MORE AT http://www.wakeupkiwi.com/news-articles-19.shtml#Greek

SOURCE with thanks http://thecontrail.com/forum/topic/show?id=4744723%3ATopic%3A661911&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_topic

From Doreen
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports: I Googled ‘GREECE CAFR’ and found COLLATERAL ACCOUNTS – TAXES AND GOVERNMENT FRAUD AGAINST CITIZENS AROUND THE WORLD’ https://freedom4europe.wordpress.com/2014/04/19/cafr-collateral-accounts-taxes-and-government-fraud-against-citizens-around-the-world/

I also found ‘Global Collateral Accounts 2007 PDF’ that according to Judge Anna von Reitz: “Collateral Accounts means a gold horde stolen from people around the globe. The right of M1/Mr. Sino a.k.a. King of Kings, who claims to control the horde, is based on agreements by corporations acting in breach of trust and fraud. And who holds the charters of all those corporations? The Pope. The actual King of Kings does not trade in gold bars.”  https://attachment.fbsbx.com/file_download.php?id=1593353634284336&eid=ASt-nbU2vlvBz867VACqTawz7ZQMGIu6wa0a4sQlJLQcMR-_BPgBC9jOWk8oH5B2fIc&inline=1&ext=1435885431&hash=ASvHUjUSaHR6iwCx

CAFR Australia http://scannedretina.com/2015/03/08/cafr-in-australia-melbourne-au-annual_report_2011_12/

CAFR United Kingdom https://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/cafr-investment-scheme-in-the-united-kingdom/

I inquired further about CAFR Greece today.

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Natural Solar Cycles Are Unstoppable, What About Us?

If the cabal a.k.a. powers that be, Illuminati, globalists, etc., willingly put aside hate of one another to UNITE against us, what are WE waiting for? https://youtu.be/mXDoC4MU2Vk

During these end times a.k.a. shift of world ages, ascension, 2012, planetary metamorphosis, the great alignment, etc., ‘solutions’ to crimes against humanity and Earth require a critical mass of humans to willingly put aside  grievances and differences to empower the winning side of embodiment [body, mind, heart, spirit] after millennia of separation that sustains destroying, rather than cooperating, with one another!

Anna von Reitz, Alaska State Supreme Court Judge who served as an International Services Agent and private attorney in service to his Holiness Pope Benedict XVI and now, Pope Francis wrote: ALL corporations giving living people grief are creatures created by, and are the responsibility of the Roman Curia, without exception. This also means that the Pope holds the Kill Switch to liquidate these criminal, mindless, heartless, and unaccountable monsters. http://scannedretina.com/2015/04/16/the-clock-is-ticking-the-alarm-goes-off-on-july-1-2016/

What Judge Anna infers, compels a critical mass of humans to write and respectfully remind Pope Francis to examine the ‘whole’ truth.

Willie Soon & David Legates “Unstoppable Solar Cycles – The Real Story of Greenland”


State of the Nation:
A clandestine agenda is being executed in order to impose a new global CO2 ‘management’ regime. Doing so is the penultimate step in securing complete control over all of Earth’s natural resources and atmosphere. http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=15986 [same old problem-reaction-solution deception that tricks humans into giving away personal power through consent]

Letter to Pope Francis from Robert David Steele http://www.phibetaiota.net/2015/06/anthony-judge-papal-concern-for-climate-change-and-refugee-care-cover-for-concealing-criminal-systemic-negligence/

Catherine Austin Fitts https://ourgreaterdestiny.wordpress.com/2015/06/23/pope-francis-global-lawlessness-must-be-dealt-with-before-it-destroys-our-planet/

Open Source Everything Robert David Steele https://ourgreaterdestiny.wordpress.com/2015/06/23/pope-francis-how-we-end-secrecy-and-harness-the-hive-mind/

‘Now’ is our ONE last chance to hold the Roman Curia ACCOUNTABLE for the ‘whole’ truth BEFORE Pope Francis delivers his speech at the UN Sustainable Development Summit Sept 2015, where the phrase “for the good of the planet” can be used as an excuse to micromanage virtually every aspect of our lives. http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/in-september-the-un-launches-a-major-sustainable-development-agenda-for-the-entire-planet

Dec 2015 is the Paris climate conference where who knows ‘what’ will be decided against us, UNLESS we unite now and take a peaceful stand to determine our own fate?

‘The Global Brain Awakens’ by Peter Russell who explains, “For the first time in the whole history of evolution, responsibility for the continued unfolding of evolution has been placed upon the evolutionary material itself. We are no longer passive witnesses to the process but can actively shape the future.”

“It’s easier to stand on the sidelines, criticize, and say why you shouldn’t do something. The sidelines are crowded. Get in the game.” – Robert Kiyosaki

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Climate Change/Refugee Care Papal Concerns: Cover for Concealing Criminal Systemic Negligence?

The following information is vital to the future of humanity. Please share widely so that people see reality from a broader perspective and, to help choose the kind of future that will arise from present chaos.  Doreen

By Anthony Judge


What is to be expected from the simultaneous publication of reports of UNHCR (Global Trends Report: World at War, 18 June 2015), of Amnesty International (World leaders’ neglect of refugees condemns millions to death and despair, 15 June 2015), and of a Papal Encyclical on the Environment (Laudato Si’ on Care of Our Common Home, 18 June 2015)?

Much emphasis is currently placed on the morality of a short-term solution of ensuring that current refugees are received by developed countries, notably those in Europe. Nothing is said of the expected numbers of refugees which can be predicted for the following years, or the decades thereafter. Considerable tensions are being engendered in developed countries as a result of this influx.

The Pope has emphasized a duty of care and the need for a transformation of hearts and minds to respond to the crisis. Prior to publication of the Encyclical, the consistency of that position was explored in an argument proposing that the Vatican issue passports to refugees and that refugees be settled in St Peter’s Square, in Catholic institutions around Europe, and in Catholic families supportive of the Papal position on unconstrained population growth (Issuance of Vatican Passports to Trans-Mediterranean Immigrants: a modest proposal worthy of the 21st Century? 2015).

The following section summarizes the world refugee crisis in order to frame commentary on arguments of the Papal Encyclical in two subsequent sections.

Summary of the world refugee crisis

Commentary on the UNHCR annual report (Global Trends Report: World at War, 18 June 2015) by UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres was summarized in points such as the following (Worldwide displacement hits all-time high as war and persecution increase, UNHCR, 18 June 2015):

  • Wars, conflict and persecution have forced more people than at any other time since records began to flee their homes and seek refuge and safety elsewhere, according to a new report from the UN refugee agency.
  • Worldwide displacement was at the highest level ever recorded. It said the number of people forcibly displaced at the end of 2014 had risen to a staggering 59.5 million compared to 51.2 million a year earlier and 37.5 million a decade ago.
  • Globally, one in every 122 humans is now either a refugee, internally displaced, or seeking asylum. If this were the population of a country, it would be the world’s 24th biggest.
  • We are witnessing a paradigm change, an unchecked slide into an era in which the scale of global forced displacement as well as the response required is now clearly dwarfing anything seen before
  • Every day last year on average 42,500 people became refugees, asylum seekers, or internally displaced, a four-fold increase in just four years.
  • It is terrifying that on the one hand there is more and more impunity for those starting conflicts, and on the other there is seeming utter inability of the international community to work together to stop wars and build and preserve peace

In the report released by Amnesty International (The Global Refugee Crisis: a conspiracy of neglect, 2015), the following points were made in a summary by Salil Shetty (World leaders’ neglect of refugees condemns millions to death and despair, 15 June 2015):

  • World leaders are condemning millions of refugees to an unbearable existence and thousands to death by failing to provide essential humanitarian protection, said Amnesty International as it published a new briefing in Beirut today, ahead of World Refugee Day on 20 June.
  • We need a radical overhaul of policy and practice to create a coherent and comprehensive global strategy. A radical change is required in the way the world deals with refugees.
  • We are witnessing the worst refugee crisis of our era, with millions of women, men and children struggling to survive amidst brutal wars, networks of people traffickers and governments who pursue selfish political interests instead of showing basic human compassion
  • The refugee crisis is one of the defining challenges of the 21st century, but the response of the international community has been a shameful failure.
    Heated talks between EU leaders regarding Mediterranean migrants
    (The Guardian, 26 June 2015)
    The national leaders of Europe have engaged in one of their most bitter rows in years over how to respond to the influx of refugees from across the Mediterranean after they scrapped plans for a quota system to share out the resettlement. The meeting descended into name-calling and recrimination as the leaders fought over a modest scheme to share the intake of 60,000 Syrian and Eritrean asylum seekers between their countries over two years.
    No discussion of what happens with the influx thereafter

Commentary on the Environment Encyclical

The comments below relate to specific sections of the Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis (Laudato Si’ on Care of Our Common Home, 18 June 2016). Emphasis has been added, where appropriate.

To what extent is the Pope conscious that the reference “to each us” (in the following introductory article) should naturally include the leadership of the Catholic Church?

8. Patriarch Bartholomew [of the Eastern Orthodox Church] has spoken in particular of the need for each of us to repent of the ways we have harmed the planet, for “inasmuch as we all generate small ecological damage”, we are called to acknowledge “our contribution, smaller or greater, to the disfigurement and destruction of creation”…. He has repeatedly stated this firmly and persuasively, challenging us to acknowledge our sins against creation: “For human beings… to destroy the biological diversity of God’s creation; for human beings to degrade the integrity of the earth by causing changes in its climate, by stripping the earth of its natural forests or destroying its wetlands; for human beings to contaminate the earth’s waters, its land, its air, and its life — these are sins”….For “to commit a crime against the natural world is a sin against ourselves and a sin against God”

To what extent does the “change of humanity” (in the following article) require new thinking on the part of the leadership of the Catholic Church? To what extent should the emphasis of the Church on unrestrained reproduction under any circumstances constitute a crime against the world, a sin against ourselves, and a sin against God?

9. At the same time, Bartholomew has drawn attention to the ethical and spiritual roots of environmental problems, which require that we look for solutions not only in technology but in a change of humanity; otherwise we would be dealing merely with symptoms. He asks us to replace consumption with sacrifice, greed with generosity, wastefulness with a spirit of sharing, an asceticism which “entails learning to give, and not simply to give up. It is a way of loving, of moving gradually away from what I want to what God’s world needs. It is liberation from fear, greed and compulsion”…

To what extent does the Church policy of unrestrained reproduction ensure unnecessary suffering — a perversion of the form of sacrifice for which the Encyclical calls? To what extent does population increase constitute a major factor in increasing the collective level of consumption — in questionable complicity with those seeking unchecked economic growth as a source of profitability?

The Encyclical introduces its discussion of the “roots” of the present situation as follows:

15. It is my hope that this Encyclical Letter, which is now added to the body of the Church’s social teaching, can help us to acknowledge the appeal, immensity and urgency of the challenge we face. I will begin by briefly reviewing several aspects of the present ecological crisis, with the aim of drawing on the results of the best scientific research available today, letting them touch us deeply and provide a concrete foundation for the ethical and spiritual itinerary that follows. I will then consider some principles drawn from the Judaeo-Christian tradition which can render our commitment to the environment more coherent. I will then attempt to get to the roots of the present situation, so as to consider not only its symptoms but also its deepest causes….

Despite its quest for the “deepest causes”, the Encyclical explicitly sets aside as irrelevant and misguided any concern with reduction of the birth rate:

50. Instead of resolving the problems of the poor and thinking of how the world can be different, some can only propose a reduction in the birth rate. At times, developing countries face forms of international pressure which make economic assistance contingent on certain policies of “reproductive health”. Yet “while it is true that an unequal distribution of the population and of available resources creates obstacles to development and a sustainable use of the environment, it must nonetheless be recognized that demographic growth is fully compatible with an integral and shared development“…. To blame population growth instead of extreme and selective consumerism on the part of some, is one way of refusing to face the issues. It is an attempt to legitimize the present model of distribution, where a minority believes that it has the right to consume in a way which can never be universalized, since the planet could not even contain the waste products of such consumption.

There is no recognition that global and national governance is extremely problematic, notably with respect to inequalities, imbalances and distribution of resources to the most needy. Under such circumstances it might be assumed, as in the case of any family, that it would be prudent to avoid encouraging any increase in the number of mouths to be feed when the future source of that food is far from evident. Failure to do so is to increase the probability of suffering, starvation and premature mortality.

Again it might be asked to what extent the following article applies in particular to the Catholic Church itself. Indeed, should we not pause and consider this?

101. It would hardly be helpful to describe symptoms without acknowledging the human origins of the ecological crisis. A certain way of understanding human life and activity has gone awry, to the serious detriment of the world around us. Should we not pause and consider this?…

In failing to address the ever increasing pressures on global governance — exacerbated in every sector by unrestrained population growth — the following concluding article is correct in ways which are not the intention of the Encyclical.

109. …We fail to see the deepest roots of our present failures, which have to do with the direction, goals, meaning and social implications of technological and economic growth.

Systemic inadequacies of the Environment Encyclical

The Encyclical is most valuable as a further instance of fruitless blame-gaming. It is an exercise in avoiding recognition of the “deepest roots” of the current crisis in systemic terms, most notably with regard to the feasibility of remedial action in strategic terms, purportedly informed by the best of scientific analysis in a joint report from the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences (Climate Change and The Common Good: a statement of the problem and the demand for transformative solutions, 2015). It could however be considered as intellectually dishonest, especially in positioning the Catholic Church as lacking any complicity whatsoever in sustaining the pattern of suffering for so long, and into the foreseeable future, as may be variously argued.

The systemic weaknesses in the argument can be clustered as follows (with relevant literature in the documents cited):

  1. Denial of any need for constraint on increasing human population: The Encyclical is very clear on this matter: “demographic growth is fully compatible with an integral and shared development“. Any alternative focus is specifically framed as “refusing to face the issues“. From a systemic perspective, the counter-argument can be presented:
  2. Recognition of what may be missing from systemic presentation of the arguments for alternative priorities: The Encyclical is very clear in its exclusion of any such possibility in an argument presented as a necessarily comprehensive approach to the global challenges of the environment from the highest authority. The possibilityofblindspots can be variously explored:
  3. Recognition of the extent to which the Catholic Church is part of the system rather than transcending it: The Encyclical implies a high degree of innocence on the part of the Pope and the Catholic authorities, conceived as being primarily and fundamentally part of the solution — rather than as being systemically embedded as part of the problem. Even though no claim is made that the Encyclical is produced under the authority of papal infallibility, it follows that the world is expected to learn from a degree of unblemished insight and the transcendent leadership it implies, despite the neglected possibility of fallibility. The inadequacy of this assumption may be challenged as undermining credibility — especially given Catholic reiteration of the precautionary slogan that all humans are necessarily sinners:
  4. Recognition of the fundamental indifference to suffering enabled by the Catholic Church: The suffering in the world — as currently exemplified by the refugee crisis and the levels of poverty and violence exacerbating it — is central to Catholic theology and its founding mythology. It is of course to the Catholic Church that its faithful turn as a consequence of the experience of suffering — or the prospect of it in the world hereafter. There is a dubious sense in which the Catholic Church could not survive without suffering — much as armies and arms manufacturers could not survive without wars. Hence the significance dubiously associated with Ecclesia Militans and just war theory. The attitude of the Church to suffering is therefore highly complex. On the one hand it is much to be regretted, but on the other hand it is seen as the primary experience for existential learning of the most fundamental kind. As such, it is to be welcomed, even enabled through torture in order to “save a soul”. There is therefore a degree of hypocrisy to the argument of the Encyclical with regard to the suffering it highlights. This can be variously explored:
  5. Recognition of the failure to consider the feasibility of remedial action in response to strategic challenges: The Encyclical fails completely to consider the challenges of remedial action in the light of the ineffectual strategies of the past. This could be seen as a prime example of what the Encyclical deprecates as “refusing to face the issues” which it prefers to associate with any preoccupation with overpopulation. The focus is rather on blaming those who fail to act according to pious precepts which have been ignored to a significant degree throughout history. In this sense the Encyclical is completely unrealistic and can only exacerbate the suffering of theever increasing numbers of people it effectively seeks to ensure.The Encyclical can be seen as a pattern of “oughts”, “shoulds”, “obligations” and “duties” — an articulation of what is desirable from the perspective of the Catholic Church in its mission of care for humanity on behalf of the divine. It argues with respect to the environment, for example, that: Enforceable international agreements are urgently needed… What is needed, in effect, is an agreement on systems of governance for the whole range of so-called “global commons”… What is needed is a politics which is far-sighted and capable of a new, integral and interdisciplinary approach to handling the different aspects of the crisis. (Art. 173-174, 197). Indeed.This pattern can be seen as consistent with that elaborated by religions over centuries, reflected to a degree in some philosophies and political ideologies, and notably evident in the resolutions of international gatherings, especially those of the United Nations. It is somehow assumed that “appeals” and “injunctions”, whether divinely inspired or otherwise, are now sufficient as a catalyst for any strategic initiative other than further exercises in mere tokenism — of which the United Nations Climate Change Conference (Paris, 2015) may well prove to be another example, as with the event which preceded it (Insights for the Future from the Change of Climate in Copenhagen, 2010).

    What is extraordinary, despite having explicitly drawn on the best of science (and presumably theology) is the total lack of attention to the challenges to governance in practice in the light of those currently experienced at the local, national and global levels (and increasingly within the family). This may be explored:

  6. Recognition of the curious status of the “international community” as the emerging focus of remedial global governance: The reference explicitly and implicitly made to the failures of the so-called “international community” (in response to the refugee crisis, inequality, overconsumption and climate change) merit careful consideration. The “international community” is, increasingly cited as though it existed, and is capable of pressure and initiatives in relation to other collective entities — even beyond those of the United Nations. As noted by Wikipedia, the term is typically used to imply the existence of a common point of view towards strategic issues in a period in which such consensus is questionable, as separately explored (The Consensus Delusion, 2011). However the Encyclical argues that: A global consensus is essential for confronting the deeper problems, which cannot be resolved by unilateral actions on the part of individual countries (Art. 164)Appeals are increasingly addressed to that international community. Its failure to act in response to them may well be deplored by those in need, as evident in the above-cited report of Amnesty International (The Global Refugee Crisis: a conspiracy of neglect (June 2015):

    The refugee crisis is one of the defining challenges of the 21st century, but the response of the international community has been a shameful failure. We need a radical overhaul of policy and practice to create a coherent and comprehensive global strategy…. The international community has failed to provide [refugees], or the humanitarian agencies supporting refugees with sufficient resources… The current refugee crisis will not be solved unless the international community recognizes that it is a global problem that requires states to significantly step up international cooperation

    Curiously the international community does not “exist”. It has no legal basis, if that is the primary criterion — whether or not de facto existence can be claimed or assumed. There is no “concrete proof” of its existence which could be accepted in a conventional legal process or through application of any conventional scientific method. Deploring the failure to act of a “non-existent” entity then merits careful thought. Whether framed in terms of a duty to rescue, or as a failure to provide assistance to a person in need, the capacity to indict the international community for crimes against humanity through some sort of class action suit is clearly extremely limited (Christa Rottensteiner, The Denial of Humanitarian Assistance as a Crime under International Law, International Review of the Red Cross, 835, September 1999). In legal terms any action by a “non-existent” international community might then be considered comparable with an Act of God, recalling an exploration of the possibility of legal action against his religious representatives (The Man Who Sued God, 2001).

    There is great irony to the fact that current controversy regarding arguments with respect to the existence of God can be understood to be as questionable as those with respect to the existence of the “United States” or “Israel” — whether framed in scientific, legal, historical or theological terms (John V. Whitbeck, The State of Palestine Exists, The Huffington Post, 1 September 2013). As a focus for hope, belief in the existence of the international community, and its capacity to act, increasingly resembles belief in God (however deprecated), as promoted by the Catholic Church — now so complicit in violent conflict.

  7. Recognition of the consequences of the pattern of categorical denial by the Catholic Church: Such denial has become evident with respect to evidence that there have been systematic abuses within the Catholic Church which have been avoided and covered up. These merit systemic analysis in their own right to determine the extent to which the Church authorities are vulnerable to forms of error which they so readily detect in others. Case studies might include:
    • the policies and behaviour of the Inquisition which, if justifiable then, should be continued to this day
    • the policies of gender inequality justifying the discrimination against women worldwide
    • the scientific objectivity of the Church as exemplified by the Galileo Affair (the actions of the Inquisition, the banning of the books of Copernicus, and the 400-year delay in proposing only a degree of vindication)
    • the consequence of categorical denial in reinforcing problematic relations between Christian denominations (including the Eastern Orthodox Churches) and other faiths — and despite claims to be offering the primary leadership in interfaith dialogue. The tokenism and lack of creativity in this respect can be recognized as being a root modality exacerbating faith-based conflict in the past and at the present time — with its associated suffering and fatality.
    • the possibility of error by the Catholic Church in relation to unconstrained birth rate and global overpopulation. Clearly if there can be a susceptibility to error on some issues, there is a degree of probability of error on other issues. Ironically the current massive migration of refugees across the Mediterranean could even be explored as a case of strategic blowback, namely an unforeseen systemic response to its population policies. This could be understood as analogous to the process recognized in the case of American global strategy, as variously discussed (Chalmers Johnson, Blowback: the costs and consequences of American Empire, 2004; William Rivers Pitt, The True History of Blowback in One Sentence, TruthOut, 23 October 2014; Mary Anne Weaver, Blowback, The Atlantic, May 1996).
  8. Recognition of the failure to enable appropriate dialogue on controversial issues: The Encyclical is introduced by the appeal: I urgently appeal, then, for a new dialogue about how we are shaping the future of our planet. We need a conversation which includes everyone, since the environmental challenge we are undergoing, and its human roots, concern and affect us all. (Art. 14). It includes many articles on dialogue in a special chapter (Arts. 164-201). These are framed as Lines of Approach and Action with the comment: Although the contemplation of this reality in itself has already shown the need for a change of direction and other courses of action, now we shall try to outline the major paths of dialogue which can help us escape the spiral of self-destruction which currently engulfs us (Art. 163).Whilst the Catholic Church is necessarily free in a global society to assert particular views, notably as overriding those of other methodologies or claimed as divinely inspired by other religions, it is irresponsible in failing to enable more appropriate forms of debate to highlight patterns of agreement and disagreement in the complex dynamic between such world views in their mutual denial.The Encyclical specifcally notes: On many concrete questions… honest debate must be encouraged among experts, while respecting divergent views (Art. 61). It can however only be considered an instance of doublespeak that meaningful debate regarding the increasing population has been assiduously (if not deviously) inhibited through Church diplomacy, notably since the International Conference on Population and Development (Cairo, 1994). The Catholic Church has played a leading role in endangering projects and careers addressing this issue, as explored separately (Overpopulation Debate as a Psychosocial Hazard: development of safety guidelines from handling other hazardous materials, 2009).

    It is characteristic that rapidly evolving techniques of concept mapping, argument mapping, and semantic mapping (enhanced by the increasingly familiar visualization possibilities) are not employed by the Catholic Church to position its understanding within a global knowledge ecosystem readily comprehensible to all — especially those threatened by conflict and suffering, or subject to particular discrimination by the Church (as in the case of women). For example, the 246 Articles of the Encyclical and the 172 references (many of them hyperlinks) call for a complementary presentation as a flow diagram lending itself to exploration as the map of a dynamic system which would enable integrative comprehension. Of some relevance, for example, is the process whereby all papal encyclicals were reviewed for content relevant to the profiles in the databases of the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential — whose networks continue to be the subject of multiple visualization experiments.

  9. Recognition of manipulative use of a short-term focus as a justifiable distraction from longer-term implications: The condition of the world’s refugees in the short-term is clearly both a major humanitarian concern and a major challenge to governance. The credibility of proposals in the pipeline is however severely undermined by the manner in which personal tragedy is used as a cynical device for emotional blackmail in the quest for resources by UNICEF, UNHCR, and other aid agencies — strongly reinforced by arguments of the Catholic Church, as exemplified by the Encyclical. None of these bodies has any motivation or provision for consideration of the evolution of the crisis in the longer-term. The numbers will in all probability increase in the decades to come. Short-term solutions are unlikely to be acceptable or sustainable in the longer term — despite the belief promoted by the Encyclical.The mindset is evident in relation to other disasters (Disastrous Floods as Indicators of Systemic Risk Neglect: implications for authoritative response to future surprises, 2011; Anticipating Future Strategic Triple Whammies: in the light of earthquake-tsunami-nuclear misconceptions, 2011).Crudely put, the Catholic Church is committed to “pumping” ever more potential sufferers into the system on the assumption that this will increase the pressure on the “international community” to act otherwise and provide relief — in conformity with the precepts of the Catholic Church (and preferably with its guidance). The strategy is effectively complicit with other religions committed to competitive reproduction in defence of their particular faiths. This is in contrast with the Encyclical’s recognition of the need for far-sightedness: Caring for ecosystems demands far-sightedness, since no one looking for quick and easy profit is truly interested in their preservation (Art. 36)

    The consequence of this systemic negligence is likely to be ever increasing indifference to the suffering of others, as is already evident in the rise of nationalism, xenophobia, indifference to the homeless, and to beggars in the streets. The greater the degree of emotional blackmail deployed through the media, the greater the degree of psychic numbing and indifference with respect to the personal tragedies presented via the media. Compassion may turn out to be a non-renewable resource, despite assumptions to the contrary. The point is tragically illustrated by the indifference to the mass extinction of species, mainly due to human activity. According to Wikipedia, although 875 extinctions occurring between 1500 and 2009 have been documented, the vast majority are undocumented. Some 130,000 animal species may have gone extinct without humanis even being aware of it. The present rate of extinction of all species may be up to 140,000 per year.

  10. Recognition of the lack of requisite complexity with regard to cognitive engagement with the environment in a knowledge-based society: The final chapter of the Encyclical devotes many Articles to Education and Spirituality, notably clustered into sections on Towards a New Lifetyle, Educating for the Covenant between Humanity and the Environment, and Ecological Conversion. These highlight some cognitive issues phasing necessarily into those framed by a sense of spirituality and personal experience.The shorthand framing of Environment Encyclical is misleading in that its acclaimed relevance to the strategic issue of “climate change” obscures the manner in which the “environment” for humanity increasingly implies a complex mix of nature and information. Through these “reality” is now experienced as an externality, but matched in various ways by the internalized realities within which people may dwell — whether or not this experience may be “enhanced” by virtual reality or psychotropic substances. Through the obligation to address the Catholic faithful, the Encyclical unfortunately conflated aspects of this experience with a particular understanding of spirituality and subjectivity — to the exclusion of others valued by many.In this sense the Encyclical lost the opportunity to generalize “environment” to include its meaning in a knowledge-based society through which engagement with the natural environment is increasingly framed and articulated — as with cultural frameworks in the past. Arguably however, this is implicit to a degree in its use of terms like “covenant” and “conversion”. However other terms are valued by other belief systems in this respect, as noted separately (Psychology of Sustainability: embodying cyclic environmental processes, 2002). The implications of the interplay between external and internal environments is as yet far from being recognized or understood. Degrees of active cognitive participation are envisaged, potentially consistent with some of the language of the Encyclical.

    The greater opportunity lost is the manner in which “environment” generalized in this way is a challenge to conventional understandings of belief — as these may be partially recognized and reinforced by the contrasting theological frameworks that continue to drive so many conflicts. In this sense “belief” is fundamental to the credibility of any remedial strategies for the condition of the “environment”, and to confidence in the forms of governance from which they may emerge. In a context of increasing information overload the nature of belief and credibility is intimately related to comprehension of the complexities of that environment, as may be variously explored (Comprehension of Requisite Variety for Sustainable Psychosocial Dynamics, 2006; Investing Attention Essential to Viable Growth, 2014). Of particular concern is how to sustain an “environment” for contrasting beliefs — upheld or deprecated by groups potentially drawn into conflict in defence of them, or to eliminate what they perceive as erroneous.

    This cognitive engagement with complexity can be framed and facilitated by the subtleties of mathematics — as the science of relationships par excellence. However the challenge of enabling credibility and sustaining belief calls for the insights of contrasting disciplines. With respect to the faith-based conflicts of the world, the Encyclical could have indicated that the more comprehensive dialogue for which it appealed would need to offer more sophisticated means of bridging between belief systems and world views. Given that at their more fundamental levels, religious insight is intimately associated with number, the interplay between mathematics and theology merits exploration, as separately argued (Mathematical Theology: Future Science of Confidence in Belief — Self-reflexive Global Reframing to Enable Faith-based Governance, 2011).

Strategic crimes against humanity?

Systemic negligence: elephants in the human living room: The subtitle of this commentary asked the question as to whether the Encyclical was a convenient means of concealing criminal systemic negligence. The argument draws attention to inadequacies in its systemic preoccupation with the environment. Clearly the focus on climate change and refugees invites approval from sectors to which the Catholic Church would wish to appeal to a greater degree. It is less evident whether it is only incidentally that this appeal will serve to conceal its systemic inadequacies.

The focus here on a systemic perspective is appropriate for an Environment Encyclical in which frequent reference is made to “system” and “ecosystem”. The question is how the adequacy of that perspective is to be assessed in systemic terms. The points above highlight indications of its inadequacy which presumably would be contested — whether or not they are a reason for caution in any appreciation of the framework proposed. More specifically the issue is whether these are an indication of negligence, whether deliberate or inadvertent. Using the classic metaphor, is there an unacknowledged elephant in the room (as framed by the Encyclical) to which attention should be drawn, as argued separately (Climate Change and the Elephant in the Living Room: in quest of an endangered species, 2008).

In his commentary on the Encyclical, John Vidal, suggests that there are two such elephants:

But for all the papal encyclical’s reliance on peer-reviewed science and state of the art environmental analysis, there is only one brief mention by Pope Francis of the massive population growth that has overwhelmed many countries in the past 50 years as a direct result of Catholic teaching. And there are just 11 mentions of women. These two whopping elephants in the Basilica of St Peter throw some doubt on whether the encyclical is really a radical analysis of the state of the world intended to speak to everyone, as Francis has said he wants it to be, or is aimed at the upper echelons of a divided church in need of fresh teachings.

The Vatican has never fully grasped that women are the world’s greatest asset for development and environmental protection, or that having 90 million extra mouths a year to feed, almost all in the world’s poorer countries, inevitably puts nature and poor countries’ resources under immense extra pressure (Pope’s climate change encyclical glosses over role of population growth, The Guardian, 19 June 2015).

As succinctly stated by Lawrence M. Krauss with regard to the Encyclical:

It’s beautifully presented and sounds good in principle. However, his biblical analysis leads to the false conclusion that contraception and population control are not appropriate strategies to help a planet with limited resources… A population of 10 billion by 2050 will likely be unsustainable at a level in which all humans have adequate food, water, medicine and security. Moreover, as this pope should particularly appreciate, the environmental problems that overpopulation creates also disproportionately afflict those in poor countries, where access to birth control and abortion is often limited… The problem with basing a public policy framework on outmoded ideas that predate modern science and medicine is that one inevitably proposes bad policies. (Ideology Subsumes Empiricism in Pope’s Climate Encyclical, Scientific American, 18 June 2015)

Inhibition of dialogue: Would systemic inadequacies result in the Encyclical being framed as naive, even if it clearly demonstrates a degree of responsiveness to current issues? More questionable is whether the manner in which the Catholic Church is positioned by the Encyclical implies that many have lessons to learn from the authority it claims for its insights. In its call for new dialogue amongst all parties, will many then see the Encyclical as having already ignored perspectives that they represent and value? How would the proposed dialogue create room for such perspectives — especially if there is already an elephant there?

The challenge is how to enable dialogue with those holding contrasting views — a challenge the Encyclical fails to address in seeking a consensus which may not only be illusory (as conventionally understood) but may well also be inappropriate in systemic terms (in the light of higher orders of cybernetics). Ironically the self-reflexivity of the latter may be highly relevant to the spiritual insights which the Encyclical promotes through the language of theology. There is a further irony in that the preoccupation with “climate change” can be explored as a valuable metaphor for the “change of climate” of discourse promoted by the Encyclical (Climate of Change Misrepresented as Climate Change: insights from metaphorical confusion, 2008).

It could be readily assumed (and denied) that the Holy See is currently deploying its resources to ensure that minimal mention is made of overpopulation at the forthcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference (Paris, 2015). This perhaps be in exchange for the support provided by the Environment Encyclical — thus potentially making a mockery of that event, as before (United Nations Overpopulation Denial Conference: exploring the underside of climate change, 2009).

If the call for change by the Encyclical implies various forms of current entrapment by all, the modalities within which the Catholic Church is itself trapped merit consideration in the light of the adage of policy scientist Geoffrey Vickers: A trap is a function of the nature of the trapped (Freedom in a rocking boat: changing values in an unstable society, 1972). It is in that sense that the Encyclical merits consideration in the light of the adage of Gregory Bateson: We are our own metaphor (1972).

Denial of error: A fruitful preparation for any such dialogue, even a criterion for particpation, would be the capacity to recognize any collective tendency to error (Guidelines for Critical Dialogue between Worldviews, 2006). To what historical errors can the Church now admit, or do some still claim that it is necessarily error-free in systemic terms?

Does the Church consider itself to be necessarily doubt-free with nothing of relevance unknown in relation to the current environmental crisis — and despite the unknowns admitted by climate scientists, for example? The question is of relevance given the famed recognition of the known unknowns by Donald Rumsfeld, as a key representative of a regime whose possible crimes against humanity are the subject of ongoing legal processes (Unknown Undoing: challenge of incomprehensibility of systemic neglect, 2008).

Could the spirit of the famed papal Syllabus of Errors (1864), focused on those in society at large, be reversed in a healthy exercise in recognizing errors made within the Church? This would be consistent with the Requirement to embrace error, as articulated by Donald N. Michael:

More bluntly, future-responsive societal learning makes it necessary for individuals and organizations to embrace error. It is the only way to ensure a shared self-consciousness about limited theory on the nature of social dynamics, about limited data for testing theory, and hence about our limited ability to control our situation well enough to be successful more often than not (Learning to Plan and Planning to Learn, 1997)

For a Church reputed for its promotion of confession by others to its agents, it is curious that the Church itself has no process for confessing to error. As such it may well constitute a metaphor for humanity in its destruction of its own environment. Institutions are not renowned for their confessions to error — even when faced with the collapse of the civilization they have enabled. The Church, as is the tendency of humanity, does not admit to error. It deploys its considerable resources to dissociating itself from error, and to blaming others for any unfortunate consequences.

Moral authority? Should the Pope be recognized as the highest moral authority of the world? As argued by Damian Carrington (Will Pope Francis’s encyclical become his ‘miracle’ that saved the planet? The Guardian, 18 June 2015):

… the moral force the pope brings to bear may kindle that most fragile necessity: political will… The pope provides the clearest and loudest moral case yet for action now, firmly rooted in justice for the world’s poor… This moral leadership is important, says climate economist Lord Nick Stern, because of “the failure of many heads of state and government around the world to show political leadership”… The woman charged with delivering the global climate deal, the UN’s Christiana Figueres is in no doubt of the encyclical’s importance: “It will have a major impact. It will speak to the moral imperative of addressing climate change in a timely fashion in order to protect the most vulnerable”.

How are such assumptions to be reconciled with the moral implications of the Church’s neglected “elephants”? Or with current consideration by the United Nations of the implications of the Catholic Church in crimes against humanity in the case of sexual abuse by clergy (The Catholic church is guilty of crimes against humanity, The Observer, 29 August 2010; International Criminal Court declines to pursue ‘crimes against humanity’ case against Vatican, National Catholic Reporter, 18 June 2013; Dermot Groome, The Church Abuse Scandal: were crimes against humanity committed? Penn State Law, 2011)? Again, the Church deploys its resources to ensure that any evidence is framed in relation to incidents and individuals, rather than systemically, whilst being complicit systemically in their cover-up and denial.

The Vatican has consistently said that a pope cannot be held accountable for cases of abuse committed by others because priests are employees of individual dioceses around the world and not direct employees of the Vatican. It says the head of the church cannot be compared to the CEO of a company. (Philip Pullella, Pope will have security, immunity by remaining in the Vatican, Reuters, 15 February 2013)

This position can be explored as a form of plausible deniability. It contrasts most curiously with the widely reported interpretation by Joseph Kurtz, the president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops in response to the Encyclical: It is our marching orders for advocacy (Suzanne Goldenburg, US Catholics ready to follow Pope’s ‘marching orders’ on climate change, The Guardian, 18 June 2005). Kurtz added: He is providing a framework and a moral call as a true moral leader to take seriously the urgency of this matter. The chief executive of the World Resources Institute, interpreted the message as a call to action for world leaders ahead of the Paris climate talks: The pope’s message brings moral clarity that the world’s leaders must come together to address this urgent human challenge.

The Vatican position also contrasts with the capacity for excommunication provided by canon law — seemingly not applied in the case of clerical sexual abuse, except as a threat to bishops who failed to cover up such abuse (Antony Barnett, Vatican told bishops to cover up sex abuse, The Observer, 17 August 2003). Consideration of the matter is complicated by a papal initiative immediately prior to release of the Encyclical (Elisabetta Povledo and Laurie Goodstein, Pope Creates Tribunal for Bishop Negligence in Child Sexual Abuse Cases, The New York Times, 10 June 2015). The tribunal is housed in the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the Vatican office that polices adherence to church doctrine — including that relating to birth control and gender inequality.

Moral authority is notably cultivated by the current pattern of canonisation of popes enabling their veneration as saints. The process requires a miracle, to which Carrington’s comment refers. The process also requires presentation of a case by a canon lawyer, termed the Devil’s Advocate, to argue the case against the sainthood of a candidate in order to uncover any character flaws or misrepresentation of evidence favoring canonisation of an individual.

In systemic terms, it is therefore curious that the Catholic Church has no internal process for questioning its collective moral authority with respect to strategies it promotes which enable the death and suffering of millions — in the past, at present, and in the foreseeable future. Whereas it has had a judicial procedure, used by the Inquisition, involving individuals being “put to the question“, the Church does not recognize any process whereby the assumed spiritual justification of its policies might be “put to the question” — by a “Devil’s Advocate”.

Ironically, the process of putting to the question was a euphemism for water torture — a torture to which humanity (and especially the poor) are to be subjected through rising sea levels. Curiously Church policy with regard to ever increasing population is thus being “put to the question” — but otherwise. The suffering and fatality will undoubtedly be dubiously reframed as an Act of God in defence of the unquestionable moral authority of the Church in its unquestioning obedience to the “marching orders” of the injunction: Be fruitful and multiply (Genesis 1:28).

Criminal negligence? How is systemic negligence to be acknowledged? Having effected it, can anyone seriously claim that “business-as-usual” would be affected by the death of millions of refugees?

Rising sea levels, as a consequence of climate change resulting from the increasing intensity of human activity, will be detrimental for three-quarters of the world’s poor. Many will suffer. In a special report by the New Scientist, it is noted that:

Whatever we do now, the seas will rise at least 5 metres. Most of Florida and many other low-lying careas and cities around the world are doomed to go under… a rise of 20 metres will soon be unavoidable… much of the rise could happen within the first few centuries. (Michael Le Page, Five Metres and Counting, 13 June 2015)

There is thus the further question as to whether the Encyclical can be considered a reflection of criminal negligence — now or in the implications of its selective recommendations, as may be interpreted by the future. The current crisis with regard to refugees (and more generally the poverty and violence exacerbating that crisis) focuses attention on the historical responsibility of the Catholic Church in assiduously ensuring that ever more people are engendered within a system for which appropriate forms of governance have yet to be found. This could indeed come to be recognized as a crime against humanity — given the consequent suffering and fatality at this present time and in the foreseeable future. At what level of fatality would such recognition be appropriate? What is the concrete proof that would be required?

SOURCE with thanks http://www.phibetaiota.net/2015/06/anthony-judge-papal-concern-for-climate-change-and-refugee-care-cover-for-concealing-criminal-systemic-negligence/

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Follow the Yellow BRICS Road!

There is now “Mathematical Certainty” that the
Global Economic & Financial System will collapse

IF the government IS broke, how will they make good on their obligations such as payrolls, Social Security, food stamps, paying the military and most importantly paying on their debt?  Forget the first four, “do you realize Treasury securities are what funds Social Security, your pension, the bank’s balance sheet which holds your money …AND what underlies the dollar itself?”!

Just in case the uninitiated do not understand what “mathematical certainty” means, it goes like this.

The GE&FS has been built around numerous equations and formulae which are based on inherently flawed logic and false assumptions.  The existing system(s) was then constructed on this foundation of fanciful premises and fictitious expectations.  Likewise, the institutional arrangements conformed themselves to artificially support the very unstable GE&FS superstructure.

Similarly, the current financial process and procedure, as well as the various economic theories and models that maintain the GE&FS infrastructure were simultaneously put into place as a means of compensating for all the anticipated ‘errors’ as well as fixing all the fraud.  Until recently, only a few knew that the whole charade was pulled off by a Wizard of Oz type character who was really good with smoke and mirrors.

Because the current GE&FS edifice was built with such risky financial engineering and shaky economic architecture, a massive degree of transparent manipulation was permitted to keep it from collapsing. However, the time has now come where there is mathematical certainty that the system will suffer a truly catastrophic and irreversible breakdown.

Surely, there comes a time when it takes so much time and energy, money and resources, personnel and management, tactics and strategy to maintain such a profoundly and fatally flawed system, that it is better to let it go and start over.  That time has arrived.  It is now simply a matter of EXECUTION.

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REIGN OF THE ALMIGHTY US DOLLAR IS OVER! READ more at http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=16198

Please share information about a ‘highly controlled and perfectly timed demolition’ so that more humans are aware and less are blindsided. Thank you.

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Pope Francis! 06.15 Encyclical Is Missing FACTS About Climate Change

By James H. Rust

The Vatican announced April 14 it will host a major conference on climate change April 28, featuring some of the world’s leading climate scientists and an opening address by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. The one-day conference is called Protect the Earth, Dignify Humanity: The Moral Dimensions of Climate Change and Sustainable Development.  In order to insure a balanced discussion of climate science, The Heartland Institute and Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) sent scientific representatives to the conference.  Unfortunately, they were not allowed to speak at the conference; but they created sensational news across the world by well attended press conferences.

On May 24, 2015, Pope Francis issued his ENCYCLICAL LETTER LAUDATO SI (Praise Be To You) OF THE HOLY FATHER FRANCIS ON CARE OF OUR COMMON HOME.  The 184-page letter consists of 246 paragraphs of which 7 (paragraphs 20-26) are devoted to POLLUTION AND CLIMATE CHANGE.

The first three paragraphs are given under the subheading of Pollution, waste and the throwaway culture.

Pollution, waste and the throwaway culture

Paragraph 20 deals with pollution caused by all forms of human activity.  The serious pollution due to energy use is uncontrolled pollution in homes and urban areas where environmental controls are unavailable on combustion products. Central power generation allows these controls such as electrostatic precipitators, scrubbers, etc. use on electric power generation.  Thus modern society energy sources using fossil fuels are clean energy sources as demonstrated by vast improvements in the United States air quality the past forty years.

Paragraph 21 deals with pollution caused by waste—residues from home and industrial activities that produce garbage that is not properly disposed.

Paragraph 22 deals with waste due to our throwaway culture.  This can be alleviated by stringent recycle programs.

The rest of the paragraphs are listed under the sub-heading “Climate as a common good”.

Climate as a common good

Paragraph 23 is written as follows:

The climate is a common good, belonging to all and meant for all.  At the global level, it is a complex system linked to many of the essential conditions for human life.  A very solid scientific consensus indicates that we are presently witnessing a disturbing warming of the climatic system. In recent decades this warming has been accompanied by a constant rise in the sea level and, it would appear, by an increase of extreme weather events, even if a scientifically determinable cause cannot be assigned to each particular phenomenon.  Humanity is called to recognize the need for changes of lifestyle, production and consumption, in order to combat this warming or at least the human causes which produce or aggravate it.  It is true that there are other factors (such as volcanic activity, variations in the earth’s orbit and axis, the solar cycle), yet a number of scientific studies indicate that most global warming in recent decades is due to the great concentration of greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide, methane, nitrogen oxides and others) released mainly as a result of human activity. Concentrated in the atmosphere, these gases do not allow the warmth of the sun’s rays reflected by the earth to be dispersed in space. The problem is aggravated by a model of development based on the intensive use of fossil fuels, which is at the heart of the worldwide energy system. Another determining factor has been an increase in changed uses of the soil, principally deforestation for agricultural purposes.

Paragraph 23 is given in entirety due to many errors in statements.  The constant rise in sea level has been constant across the planet for more than a century as shown by tidal gauge measurements posted on the Internet by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  The rate of rise averages about 8 inches per century.   For many weather events, rates of occurrences have declined in recent decades.  The U. S. government provides data on various climate events Pope Francis claims are increasing—heat waves, record high temperatures, flooding, drought, wildfires, reduced snowfall, tornadoes,hurricanes, sea level rise, and Arctic ice melting.  Paragraph 23 states recent warming is mostly due to increased atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide which “do not allow the warmth of the sun’s rays reflected by the earth to be dispersed in space”.  Greenhouse gases don’t influence the sun’s rays because they are transparent to high wavelength energy from the sun.  The scientific community acknowledges increased global warming due to increased atmospheric carbon dioxide from fossil fuel use has only been a factor since 1950 when carbon dioxide was 310 parts per million (ppm) and rising to 400 ppm by 2015.  The alleged dangers from global warming cited by Pope Francis have not occurred.

Paragraph 23 demonstrates Pope Francis did not have expert advice in writing about climate change.

Paragraph 24 is written as follows:

Warming has effects on the carbon cycle. It creates a vicious circle which aggravates the situation even more, affecting the availability of essential resources like drinking water, energy and agricultural production in warmer regions, and leading to the extinction of part of the planet’s biodiversity. The melting in the polar ice caps and in high altitude plains can lead to the dangerous release of methane gas, while the decomposition of frozen organic material can further increase the emission of carbon dioxide. Things are made worse by the loss of tropical forests which would otherwise help to mitigate climate change. Carbon dioxide pollution increases the acidification of the oceans and compromises the marine food chain. If present trends continue, this century may well witness extraordinary climate change and an unprecedented destruction of ecosystems, with serious consequences for all of us. A rise in the sea level, for example, can create extremely serious situations, if we consider that a quarter of the world’s population lives on the coast or nearby, and that the majority of our megacities are situated in coastal areas.

This paragraph complains about loss of tropical rain forests which may be caused by Pope Francis’ suggestion fossil fuels be replaced by solar and wind energy sources that require vast land areas for their implementation.  Examination of land requirements show it takes 6 acres per megawatt for solar energy and 60 acres per megawatt for wind energy.  The typical megawatts of solar and wind energy to produce the same output of a 1000 megawatt nuclear power plant would be 5000 megawatts solar and 3000 megawatts wind, respectively.  Thus land requirements for the solar plant are 47 square miles and 281 square miles for the wind farm.

The United States’ annual electricity production is a little greater than 4 billion megawatt-hours.  It would take 500 1000-megawatt nuclear power plants to generate that amount of electricity.  Dividing that electric power production equally with solar and wind energy would require 11,800 square miles of solar farms and 70,000 square miles of wind farms.  No mention is made about energy storage problems.

Problems with ocean rise were covered in the discussion of Paragraph 23.  The expected rise of about 8 inches per century is a known quantity and takes place without regards to carbon dioxide increases.

In reality carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels is a positive benefit to society as explained by Princeton University Emeritus Professor William Happer in his October 15, 2014 lecture “The Myth of Carbon Pollution”.  Increased atmospheric carbon dioxide is an airborne fertilizer that causes increased plant growth, larger plant root systems that decrease plant water demands, and decreases in plant water expiration which also decreases plant water demands.  The slight increase in global warming by increased atmospheric carbon dioxide is a positive benefit producing longer growing seasons.

A report on social benefits of carbon dioxide for agriculture alone is estimated at $3.2 trillion from 1961 to 2011.  Benefits from 2012 to 2050 are estimated $9.8 trillion.  These economic benefits from increased atmospheric carbon dioxide make any suggested economic benefits from carbon dioxide curtailment by Pope Francis, President Obama, or others irrelevant.

Paragraph 25 contains the following statement:

Climate change is a global problem with grave implications: environmental, social, economic, political and for the distribution of goods. It represents one of the principal challenges facing humanity in our day. Its worst impact will probably be felt by developing countries in coming decades. Many of the poor live in areas particularly affected by phenomena related to warming, and their means of subsistence are largely dependent on natural reserves and ecosystemic services such as agriculture, fishing and forestry. They have no other financial activities or resources which can enable them to adapt to climate change or to face natural disasters, and their access to social services and protection is very limited. For example, changes in climate, to which animals and plants cannot adapt, lead them to migrate; this in turn affects the livelihood of the poor, who are then forced to leave their homes, with great uncertainty for their future and that of their children. There has been a tragic rise in the number of migrants seeking to flee from the growing poverty caused by environmental degradation. They are not recognized by international conventions as refugees; they bear the loss of the lives they have left behind, without enjoying any legal protection whatsoever. Sadly, there is widespread indifference to such suffering, which is even now taking place throughout our world. Our lack of response to these tragedies involving our brothers and sisters points to the loss of that sense of responsibility for our fellow men and women upon which all civil society is founded.

Migrants fleeing to better lands isn’t because of “environmental degradation”; but wars that threaten their survival. Christians are being beheaded by Muslim terrorists, various Muslim sects won’t peacefully resolve differences, etc.  Pope Francis has failed to observe the distinguishing feature between poor and rich countries is rich countries have successfully developed their fossil fuel energy resources to provide low cost and abundant transportation, heating, cooling, cooking, refrigeration,  vast communication systems, entertainment, etc. that practically eliminates the burdens of daily living.  By denying poor countries access to fossil fuels, Pope Francis condemns them to perpetual poverty.

Paragraph 26 contains the following statement:

Many of those who possess more resources and economic or political power seem mostly to be concerned with masking the problems or concealing their symptoms, simply making efforts to reduce some of the negative impacts of climate change. However, many of these symptoms indicate that such effects will continue to worsen if we continue with current models of production and consumption. There is an urgent need to develop policies so that, in the next few years, the emission of carbon dioxide and other highly polluting gases can be drastically reduced, for example, substituting for fossil fuels and developing sources of renewable energy. Worldwide there is minimal access to clean and renewable energy. There is still a need to develop adequate storage technologies. Some countries have made considerable progress, although it is far from constituting a significant proportion. Investments have also been made in means of production and transportation which consume less energy and require fewer raw materials, as well as in methods of construction and renovating buildings which improve their energy efficiency. But these good practices are still far from widespread.

Pope Francis wants to replace fossil fuel energy sources with solar, wind, biomass (wood), ethanol from corn, other biofuels, etc. as future energy sources.  These energy sources are too expensive for developing nations.  Solar and wind energy are available for small periods of time and require backup energy sources when unavailable.  Present technology has not given us economical and practical energy storage systems.  Environmental issues from vast wind and solar farms ruing nature’s beauty, incorporating hazardous materials, and having useful lifetimes of about 25 years are not addressed.

In addition, these energy sources require vast land areas in order to produce significant amounts of energy.  This requires destroying millions of square miles of forest land that cleans our air and water, creates oxygen, helps cool the planet, and provides recreation.  Forest land is a sink for carbon dioxide; thus renewable energy sources may add to global carbon dioxide.


Positive issues from Pope Francis’ encyclical are stop wasting food, recycle all that is practical, practice energy efficiency, and clean up our environment.  These are attributes taught by good parents to their children.  My parents never wasted food, made us turn off light bulbs upon leaving a chair after reading, make your beds and allow no cloths strewn on bedroom floors, recycled all paper and cans, etc.  These issues can be resolved by global education and reducing carbon dioxide levels is of no importance.

Pope Francis is making a grievous mistake entering the debate on fossil fuels causing catastrophic global warming due to live-giving combustion gas carbon dioxide.  His policies will leave the planet poorer, less healthy, drudgery for a lifestyle, and lacking creature comforts.  History has not forgotten the Church’s 17th century involvement with science caused the Inquisition in 1633 to force Galileo Galilei to recant the Sun was the center of our universe instead of the Earth.  Galileo was held in house arrest until his death in 1642.  The consequences of the Church’s actions may have set astronomy back a few years; but did not lead to a calamitous future for the planet by denying our population life-giving energy sources of abundant, inexpensive, and geographically distributed fossil fuels of coal, oil, and natural gas.  In 1992 the Vatican formally announced its mistake in condemning Galileo.

The attack on life-giving carbon dioxide may require new attitudes on its existence.  We might paraphrase the famous song of the 1970s peace movement by John Lennon “Give Peace a Chance” with “All we are saying is give CO-2 a chance”.

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7 KEY POSSIBILITIES By The End of September 2015

By Michael Snyder, on June 11th, 2015 [Comments and conclusion added]

7 SignIs something really big about to happen?  For months, people have been pointing to the second half of this year for various reasons.  For some, the major concern is Jade Helm and the unprecedented movement of military vehicles and equipment that we have been witnessing all over the nation.  For others, the upcoming fourth blood moon and the end of the Shemitah cycle are extremely significant events.  Yet others are most concerned about political developments in Washington D.C. and at the United Nations.  To me, it does seem rather remarkable that we are seeing such a confluence of economic, political and spiritual events coming together during the second half of 2015.  So is all of this leading up to something?  Is our world about to change in a fundamental way?  Only time will tell.  The following are 7 key events that are going to happen by the end of September…

Late June/Early July – It is expected that this is when the U.S. Supreme Court will reveal their gay marriage decision.  Most believe that the court will rule that gay marriage is a constitutional right in all 50 states.  There are some that believe that this will be a major turning point for our nation.

[Ponder: what if this is another ‘divide and conquer’ tactic to pit humans against one another, without any risk to the perpetrators? Doreen]

July 15th to September 15th – A “realistic military training exercise” known as “Jade Helm” will be conducted by the U.S. Army.  More than 1,000 members of the U.S. military will take part in this exercise.  The list of states slated to be involved in these drills includes Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, California, Mississippi and Florida.

July 28th – On May 28th, Reuters reported that countries in the European Union were being given a two month deadline to enact “bail-in” legislation.  Any nation that does not have “bail-in” legislation in place by that time will face legal action from the European Commission.  So why is the European Union in such a rush to get this done?  Are the top dogs in the EU anticipating that another great financial crisis is about to erupt?

[Ponder: If the papal encyclical is for real, the Pope needs to DO much more! http://themillenniumreport.com/2015/06/pope-needs-to-put-his-money-aka-vatican-fortune-where-his-mouth-is/

Expose and end the CAFR: Rim of the World PART 1 [brilliant] ‘sharing approved by Clint Richardson’ https://youtu.be/Ktq5tHh5mKg Doreen]

September 13th – This is Elul 29 on the Biblical calendar – the last day of the Shemitah year.  Many are concerned about this date because we have seen giant stock market crashes on the last day of the previous two Shemitah cycles.

On September 17th, 2001 (which was Elul 29 on the Biblical calendar), we witnessed the greatest one day stock market crash in U.S. history up until that time.  The Dow plummeted 684 points, and it was a record that held for exactly seven years until the end of the next Shemitah cycle.

On September 29th, 2008 (which was also Elul 29 on the Biblical calendar), the Dow fell by an astounding 777 points, which still today remains the greatest one day stock market crash of all time.

Now we are approaching the end of another Shemitah year.  So will the stock market crash on September 13th, 2015?  Well, no, because that day is a Sunday.  So I guarantee that the stock market will not crash on that particular day.  But as Jonathan Cahn has pointed out in his book on the Shemitah, sometimes stock market crashes happen just before the end of the Shemitah year and sometimes they happen within just a few weeks after the end of the Shemitah.  So we are not just looking at one particular date.

September 15th – The 70th session of the UN General Assembly begins on this date.  It is being reported that France plans to introduce a resolution which would give formal UN Security Council recognition to a Palestinian state.  Up until now, the United States has always been the one blocking such a resolution, but Barack Obama is indicating that things may be much different this time around.

September 25th to September 27th – The United Nations is going to launch a brand new sustainable development agenda for the entire planet.  Some have called this “Agenda 21 on steroids”.  But this new agenda is not just about the environment.  It also includes provisions regarding economics, agriculture, education and gender equality.  On September 25th, the Pope will travel to New York to give a major speech kicking off the UN conference where this new agenda will be unveiled.

[Ponder: Joseph P. Farrell wrote:Alignment of the papacy with the Malthusian agenda is what the international oligarchical mafia has perhaps been seeking: a religious “sanction” for all manner of tyrannous methods, regulations, and an ‘infallible quashing’ of anyone who dares raise a voice in protest over the data and their interpretation of it. http://exopermaculture.com/2015/06/22/weighty-matters-department-the-pope-putin-global-capitalism-extinction-etc/

QUASHED: Based on people he recently appointed to his council for science, Francis was  seen to have made up his mind on the question of global warming. Some prominent conservatives — particularly economic and environmental conservatives — were consulted by the Vatican during the process, but “many were sort of shocked that NONE of their contributions made it in there,” http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/how-climate-change-doubters-lost-a-papal-fight/2015/06/20/86af3182-15ce-11e5-8457-4b431bf7ed4c_story.html Doreen]

September 28th – This is the date for the last of the four blood moons that fall on Biblical festival dates during 2014 and 2015.  This blood moon falls on the very first day of the Feast of Tabernacles, it will be a “supermoon”, and it will actually be visible in the city of Jerusalem.  There are many that dismiss the blood moon phenomenon, but we have seen similar patterns before.  For example, a similar pattern of eclipses happened just before and just after the destruction of the Jewish temple by the Romans in 70 AD.

Perhaps none of this alarms you.  But when you add everything above to the fact that the elite definitely appear to be feverishly preparing for something, a very alarming picture emerges.

For example, due to fears that a “natural disaster” could interrupt their operations in New York, the New York Fed has been working hard to build up a satellite office in Chicago.

What kind of “natural disaster” could possibly be so bad that it would cause the entire New York Fed to shut down?

And NORAD has decided to move back into the base deep inside Cheyenne Mountain after all these years.  The threat of an electromagnetic pulse was the reason given for this decision.

By themselves, perhaps those moves would not be that big of a deal.  But let’s add all of the weird movements of military vehicles and equipment that we have been witnessing lately to this discussion.  I included this list from Intellihub in a previous article, but I believe that it bears repeating…

  • On March 13th, Intellihub founder Shepard Ambellas detailed photos and documentation of nearly 40 U.S. Army soldiers, wielding training rifles and dressed in full combat gear, participating in an urban warfare style training drill just outside the Texarkana Regional Airport perimeter.
  • In the middle of April, a report out of Big Springs, Texas revealed that a train full of military equipment and over a dozen helicopters had arrived in the town ahead of Jade Helm 2015.
  • Photographs taken in Corona, California a few days later added to the Jade Helm speculation after they showed a MRAP full of what looked to be U.S. Marines driving down the 1-15 freeway. “In broad daylight with not a care in the world”
  • On April 24th a shocking report on Intellihub News detailed armed troops seen confronting angry protesters in a “professional news package”of riot control training released by the military
  • “A massive buildup, a lot of movement and its undeniable at this point,” read the headline on April 25th after a convoy was seen in Oroville, California that stretched as far as the eye could see.
  • Moving into May, photographs taken in Indiana showed a massive military convoy heading down the freeway. The photos, taken by a concerned citizen, show the convoy heading west on I-70 for reasons unknown.
  • Two days later, video footage, this time out of Texarkana, Arkansas, highlighted a convoy of Humvees driving down the highway as well as a trainload of military vehicles that was seen shortly after.
  • In mid May, Intellihub reporter Alex Thomas published a detailed report that confirmed that the military was indeed training to take on the American people, this time in the form of domestic house to house raids.
  • The next day a new report, also by Alex Thomas, proved that Marines were actually practicing for the internment of American citizens.
  • On May 18th, a train full of hundreds of military Humvees was spotted, further revealing the increased military buildup across the country leading into Jade Helm 2015. The train was heading towards Cleveland for unknown reasons although a possible connection to planned upcoming protests had been mentioned.
  • This past week a massive military war game simulation called Raider Focus was announced. The war game will include the largest military convoy seen on the roads of Colorado since World War II.
  • On may 23th, Intellihub News reported on pictures sent to ANP that show a 1/4 mile long military train convoy near the Colorado Wyoming border.
  • Finally, a report published this week detailed a stunning propaganda move by the military involving a New Jersey school and the worship of the military on the streets of America. “As parents, teachers, and students looked on with joy, Marines from the Special-Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force landed helicopters on the baseball diamond of a New Jersey school.”

What does all of this mean?

It is hard to say.  We have imperfect information, so it is difficult to come up with perfect conclusions.

But what I will say is that I believe that the second half of 2015 is going to be extremely significant.  I believe that events are about to start accelerating greatly, and I believe that life in America is about to change dramatically.

SOURCE with thanks https://peoplestrusttoronto.wordpress.com/2015/06/12/7-key-events-that-are-going-to-happen-by-the-end-of-september/

CONCLUSION from Doreen
We require a critical mass of people of good conscience to peacefully expose to end* force, fraud, deceit, and explore solutions like Panarchy (free individuals in harmony) as opposed to anarchy (free individuals in chaos) but similar to anarchism in that they both reject illegitimate forms of authority. Examine elements of Panarchy at http://www.phibetaiota.net/2015/06/hans-kern-interviews-robert-steele-for-rag-n-rock-world-brain-ii-0-or-how-we-should-end-secrecy-and-learn-to-harness-the-hive-mind/ 

Please share this information widely.

*Silence to the Pope’s Encyclical is implied consent. Therefore, we require a coordinated world-wide action plan to write to the Pope, and inform him of the ‘whole’ truth. Stay tuned for details.

Doreen Ann Agostino
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