An open letter to His Holiness Pope Francis about the weather
Written by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley– Former advisor to UK PM Margaret Thatcher
Christopherus Monachorum Brencleiensis servus Servi servorum Dei Servi servorum Dei salutem pluriman dat.
Now that the amiable British habit of talking about the weather – like so much that originates in these inventive islands – has been adopted worldwide, perhaps I may sound a respectful cautionary note.
A few days ago, at yet another meeting about global warming, er, climate change, um, climate disruption, aargh, climate emergency at the elegant palace of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in the Vatican gardens, Your Holiness saw fit to stray from the missio canonica of the successors of St Peter, which is to uphold the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Faith. See:
- Pope begs ‘climate deniers’ to listen to science
- Pope Francis Urges Carbon Tax to Avert Climate ‘Catastrophe’
- Pope calls for carbon tax to fight ‘climate emergency’