“Virtually all of my Catholic colleagues and friends are thrilled to the marrow of their bones that he is providing this kind of spiritual leadership. As am I.” ...
Former Vice-President Al Gore said Pope Francis “has been at the forefront in leading the world toward constructive climate action.” Speaking to Vatican News - the official news service of the Vatican’s Dicastery for Communication - Gore said he was “grateful for and in awe of the clarity of the moral force [the pope] embodies.” ...
Francis "has been at the forefront in leading the world toward constructive climate action.”
That’s right, the U.S.’s oldest environmental group is pushing a recent study that claims “high levels of racial resentment are strongly correlated with reduced agreement with the scientific consensus on climate change.” “The percentage of white Americans who said that they believed climate change is a very serious problem declined during the Obama administration. Why?” The Sierra Club tweeted on Monday. "The percentage of white Americans who said that they believed climate change is a very serious problem declined during the Obama administration. Why?"
Gore in 2018: "Speaking at a memorial to the victims of lynching, the former vice-president warned of the disproportionate impacts of global warming"
Gore in 2014: Al Gore advocated “fertility management” to reduce the number of Africans and help mitigate climate change. Gore made his remarks alongside of Bill Gates at a World Economic Forum. The former vice president explained that “making fertility management ubiquitously available” is “crucial” to reduce resource use. “Africa is projected to have more people than China and India by mid-century—more than China and India combined by end of the century. and this is one of the causal factors that must be addressed," Gore warned.
Al Gore’s “Fertility Management” Pitch, in a Nutshell: A wealthy white Western politician is telling the world that there are going to be far too many black people in Africa.