Pope Francis sent an official message in defense of the leftist climate agenda through a statement that seems intended to spread fear. His message said human beings only have 10 years to restore the ecosystem by applying the climate policies promoted by leftist globalists. Otherwise, they could suffer “floods, hunger and serious social consequences.”

Pope Francis wrote an official statement in the context of the launch of the UN Decade for Ecosystem Restoration, published on the Vatican website. 

In the statement, the Pope insisted that the current environmental situation is extremely worrying and therefore calls for “action now” to “become increasingly responsible stewards of creation and to restore the nature that we have been damaging and exploiting for too long.

In the United Nations Decade for Ecosystem Restoration, the Pope invites everyone to make major commitments over the next ten years to care for planet Earth and expand efforts to “prevent, halt and reverse the degradation of ecosystems throughout the world.”

His speech went on to warn that if we do not comply with the requirements established by the “scientists” who support the leftist climate agenda, “we run the risk of destroying the very foundation on which we depend.”

Furthermore, the Pope assured that “we have little time left, only the next ten years, to restore the ecosystem, which will mean the integral restoration of our relationship with nature.”

As on other occasions, Francis again mixed the climate issue with the exploitation of human beings, as taught by socialist rhetoric based on messages of social justice, always under the logic of the debate of the oppressor and the oppressed to describe the role of man over nature and part of society.

“To continue down this path of exploitation and destruction—of human beings and of nature—is unjust and unwise,” he added. “This is what a responsible conscience would tell us.”

The Pope’s message is completely aligned with the goals of the leftist climate agenda, which President Joe Biden essentially leads today.

At last month’s White House climate change summit, the president pledged that the United States would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent from 2005 levels by 2030.

To everyone’s surprise, the target turned out to be truly extreme given that if met, it will require radical changes in the U.S. energy and transportation sectors, which could cause an unprecedented deep economic crisis in both the U.S. and its economic partner countries.

The virtual summit aimed to renew U.S. leadership on climate change and rally other world leaders to set their own ambitious goals. In contrast, the Trump administration worked to undo U.S. environmental commitments destined to drive the country into an abyss. 

Pope Francis, who has been openly criticized since his early days by the most conservative sectors of the church who accuse him of possessing clear and deep-seated leftist notions, is now back on the attack, confirming the Pope’s and the Vatican’s commitment to the climate agenda.