We have a Deal! Jesuits Jubilantly Proclaim Climate Agreement

By Pastor Hal Mayer 


Jesuits in Britain exuberantly proclaimed the news that a deal had been reached in Paris at the climate change summit, where 195 nations signed a new agreement struck December 11.
Quoting from the Jesuits in Britain website… “A friend of mine who works for DECC (Department for Energy and Climate) really couldn’t contain herself… She spoke of how difficult the negotiations were, how her boss, who had spent his entire career aiming to get to this point, had spent many sleepless nights with representatives from all over the world negotiating language, nuances, square brackets, terms and conditions. Crafting a document of 31 pages (sans square brackets) with terms that could mean exactly the same for capitalist western governments, as they would to communist South American ones.”
With the involvement of the first Jesuit Pope pushing hard for a climate change agreement, and at least one Jesuit website proclaiming “we have a deal,” the odds are becoming pretty strong that the Jesuits are behind the climate deal in Paris.
Keep in mind that the climate change deal is a global agreement in which Pope Francis fully engaged himself in promoting through his encyclical, “Laudato Si,” at a Vatican invitational to approximately 60 big-city mayors, with public statements, such as one just before the opening of the Paris conference in which he said that it would be “catastrophic” if a deal wasn’t reached, and by visits and phone calls with presidents, prime ministers and other official dignitaries, some, apparently, during the Paris conference itself. He was full-on in his office as pope and with his experience as a Jesuit to accomplish the first global agreement on climate change.
UN Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon, echoing the pope said, “We have never faced such a test. Political momentum like this may not come again… you have the power to secure the well-being of this and succeeding generations. The time for brinkmanship is over.” He further described COP21 as “a pivotal moment for your countries, your people and our common home, your planet. Let me be clear,” he said, “the fate of the Paris agreement rests with you. The future of our planet is in your hands, we cannot afford indecision… You have the moral and political responsibility for this world… history is calling, I urge you to answer with courage and vision.”
Those grand-sounding words were designed to encourage a deal in response to the papal moral leadership, in which the developed nations would redistribute wealth in terms of billions of dollars through a fund at the UN to support developing countries in decarbonization.
Why are Pope Francis and the Jesuits so involved in the climate change summit? It is because the pope sees the global agreement as his chance to legitimize the Vatican as the guide of the new world order. The agreement is the first truly global achievement in the 21st century. And since the Vatican was at the core of it, with the pope taking a leading role in guiding it into existence, the Papacy stands to gain a pre-eminent position of global influence.
Even though the Jesuits admit that there are limitations and faults in the agreement, it is nevertheless, the first of its kind and will lead to others, for which they are jubilant. It was clearly papal influence negotiating, demanding, and cajoling the nations, that provided the tipping point for the Paris agreement.
President Obama claimed credit for the United States in negotiating the agreement, having shuttled his secretary of State John Kerry between China, India and other “climate offensive” nations for the last year, by signing a climate deal to limit greenhouse gasses with China, and by adding substantially stronger carbon emissions goals for U.S. coal plants through the Environmental Protection Agency. And though it is true that the United States played a key role, it could not have been done without the Vatican’s powerful influence. The two worked together just as the Bible predicted to achieve a climate deal.
The climate change is the first global supranational agreement. All nations that signed it, must give up some of their sovereignty in doing so. That is a crucial point. They must transfer some of their power to the United Nations in doing so. The controlling political power is the United Nations, which the Vatican views as inferior to itself. The Vatican is using the United Nations and the United States as its political tools in laying the foundation for its ultimate goal, of which the climate agreement is the foundation – a universal law linking the environment (or creation) to worship on the only day that Rome promotes for worship – Sunday. Keep in mind that the pope’s influential encyclical “Laudato Si” stresses Sunday worship as an important element in protecting the climate, even alluding to a law of Sunday rest for the environment. The Jesuit pope is clearly now leading the new world order from behind the scenes.
“Under various disguises the Jesuits worked their way into offices of state, climbing up to be the counselors of kings, and shaping the policy of nations.” The Great Controversy, page 235
The Jesuits are shaping the policies of nations all over the world through the climate deal?

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A pilgrim holds up an image of the Virgin of Guadalupe at the Basilica of Guadalupe during the annual pilgrimage in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe, in Mexico City.
A pilgrim holds up an image of the Virgin of Guadalupe at the Basilica of Guadalupe during the annual pilgrimage in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe, in Mexico City. (Reuters)
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 International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that seven Evangelical Christians in Chiapas, Mexico, were incarcerated on December 15 after refusing to convert to Catholicism. State and federal authorities had been informed of threats to illegally expel or incarcerate members of the Evangelical community weeks in advance but have refused to intervene. 
The imprisonment comes as the culmination of an ultimatum that was given by local officials of Leyva Velazques, a municipality of Las Margaritas, Chiapas, to the local Evangelical community to convert to Catholicism, leave the village, or face prison. 
According to Luis Herrera, Director of the Coordination of Christian Council of Churches, eight families in the village have succumbed to the ultimatum and signed documents indicating their conversion to Catholicism. Mexico's Constitution explicitly protects the right of all citizens to profess and practice the religious belief of their choice. The seven who are currently jailed have refused to convert.
In an interview with ICC, Jorge Lee Galindo, Director of Impulso 18, a human rights organization in Mexico City, said that for months the Christian community has been pressured to recant their faith or face expulsion from Leyva Velazques. At time of writing, ICC sources indicated that other Evangelical Christians in the community are continually being summoned before local officials in an effort to force them to renounce their faith. 
This incident reflects a growing trend of religious persecution in rural areas of Mexico, as well as reluctance by the state and federal government to protect religious minorities. In June, ICC estimated that more than 70 open cases of religious persecution against minority Christian communities, each involving between 20-100 victims, existed in the states of Chiapas, Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Puebla and Guerrero. On July 15, Senator Marco Rubio questioned Assistant Secretary of State Roberta Jacobson, the current nominee for U.S. ambassador to Mexico, on how she would address this issue.
Isaac Six, ICC's Advocacy Director, said "It is simply unconscionable for the state and federal governments of Mexico to repeatedly ignore the arbitrary arrest and expulsion of their own citizens by local governments on the basis of religious belief. We know that the federal government, as well as the State of Chiapas, was warned days in advance that the Evangelical community in Leyva Velazques was under threat, yet even after seven individuals were thrown in prison for their religious beliefs, action was not taken.
"This blatant abdication of responsibility has, for decades now, sent the message to rural villages across Mexico that if you have a problem with someone from another faith, you can simply force them to convert or leave. Today, hundreds of men, women, and children are homeless in Mexico because they chose to follow their beliefs, and because their government refused to act. We call on the federal government of Mexico to immediately intervene and halt the unlawful detention of members of the Evangelical community in Leyva Velazques."