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Yes, I agree that all of these people who left their families and have been displaced in foreign country are now stranded. The countries they have left have lost all of their people who could build up these countries rather than the One World Order depleting talent from these poor countries. These countries only want to use these displaced people as slaves – gardeners, sitters, etc. Work that no one else wants to do.
There seems to be some difference of opinions in the science world. Would the powers who are speaking out need to explain to the people who drew up these conclusions since there seems to be differences of opinion. The science world has to solve this – not the religious community or the UN.
The people of the world do not trust the UN since they are not elected officials nor the One World Order. An example is that the U.S. has a Constitution which covers the people lives – not the UN.
The One World Order caused the climate change fiasco for the displaced people with their promises to these displaced people which have not materialized. Make them pay!
And the Covid 19 genocide caused by these same people. – before that it was wars to kill people, then abortion to kill people.
No, the severe humanitarian impacts was caused by Soros/One World Order/World leaders – again, make them pay.
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Vatican Reports Climate Emergency, Severe Humanitarian Impacts
(PresidentialHill.com)- On Tuesday, the Secretary of State for the Vatican, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, addressed the UN climate summit in Egypt where he warned that climate change “will not wait for us.”
Cardinal Parolin told the assembled dignitaries that the Holy See is fully committed to net-zero emissions and has intensified its efforts “to improve its environmental management.” He claimed that the only way to overcome the so-called climate emergency is through political, technical, and operational measures that promote “new lifestyles.”
The cardinal said the current “socio-ecological crisis” provides the perfect opportunity for “individual and collective conversion,” warning that “concrete decisions” can “no longer be postponed.”
Parolin insisted the world has a “moral duty to act concretely” to “prevent and respond” to the “more frequent and severe humanitarian impacts” of so-called climate change like the “migrants being displaced.”
He also bemoaned the global crises that are “overshadowing” the efforts of the UN climate summit, including the COVID pandemic and the ongoing war in Ukraine, telling the dignitaries that they “cannot allow” that to happen. “Climate change will not wait for us,” he added.
Parolin maintained that the “wounds inflicted on our human family” by so-called climate change are just as bad as the wounds from a “global conflict,” therefore world leaders should ensure their political will is “guided by the awareness that either we win together or we lose together.”
Adopting the same alarmist tone that flavored the entire UN climate summit in Egypt, the cardinal warned that time is running out to address climate change, saying the world has “less and less time available to correct course.”
The cardinal also warned that the world must not “neglect the non-economic side of the loss and damage” from climate change, including a “loss of heritage and cultures.” He urged the dignitaries to learn from “indigenous peoples.”
Those people care nothing about heritage and cultures.