Dark Clouds Over Elberton ?

     Events are rapidly fulfilling all around us . . . . I encourage all to read the statement which was just recently released below, and what is possibly yet to transpire toward the end of this year when our congress, and the UN are addressed by the papal leader of the Vatican.

For the end of all things is at hand . . . Be ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer !”   I Peter 4:7

One of the speakers slated for the Vatican rollout of the long-awaited Papal document on climate change once said the earth is overpopulated by at least 6 billion people.

The teaching document, called an encyclical, is scheduled for release on June 18 at Vatican City. Perhaps with the exception of the 1968 encyclical on contraception, no Vatican document has been greeted with such anticipation.

The political left is hoping for a document that ties belief in global warming to a religious obligation. Climate skeptics have already started criticizing the document.

The choice of Professor John Schnellnhuber, founding director of the Postdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, as one of three presenters may be giving the left added hope and giving giving skeptics severe heartburn. He has been described as one of the more aggressive scientists on the question of man-made global warming.

In a talk given to what’s described as the “failed” 2009 Copenhagen climate conference, reported in the New York Times, Schnellnhuber, who has advised German President Angela Merkel and is a visiting professor at Oxford, said of global warming: “In a very cynical way, it’s a triumph for science because at last we have stabilized something –- namely the estimates for the carrying capacity of the planet, namely below 1 billion people.”
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/06/12/vatican-speaker-on-climate-thinks-there-are-6-billion-too-many-of-us/

http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/03/13/scientist-warming-could-cut-population-to-1-billion/?_r=2

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When they say peace . . . ?

Pope Francis meets former Israeli President Shimon Peres
Pope Francis welcomes former Israeli President Shimon Peres during their meeting at the Vatican
(CNS) –

Former Israeli President Shimon Peres has said that Pope Francis is more powerful than the United Nation when it comes to advocating peace . . .

While visiting the Vatican earlier today, Mr Peres asked Pope Francis to head a parallel United Nations called the “United Religions” to counter religious extremism in the world today.

Peres said the United Nations and its peacekeepers “do not have the force or the effectiveness of any one of the Pope’s homilies, which can draw half a million people just in St Peter’s Square alone.”

“So given that the United Nations has run its course, what we need is an organisation of United Religions,” Mr Peres said, as “the best way to counteract these terrorists who kill in the name of their faith.”

For when they shall say, Peace and Safety (security); then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as does travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. But ye brethren, are not of darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. For ye are all children of the Light . . . Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober . . . !”     I Thessalonians 5:1-6

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