Remember ‘500 Days To Climate Chaos’? Pope To Give Sermon At Ground Zero On 500th Day

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Back on May 13, 2014, French foreign minister Laurent Fabius made a joint appearance with Secretary of State John Kerry to warn the world that we only had 500 days left until “climate chaos.”

Here are his exact words on that day:

Well, I’m very happy to be with John. There is no week without a phone call or a visit between John and myself, and we have on the agenda many items, many issues – Iran, because negotiations are resuming today; the question of Syria, and we shall meet next Thursday in London together; Ukraine as well; and very important issues, issue of climate change, climate chaos. And we have – as I said, we have 500 days to avoid climate chaos. And I know that President Obama and John Kerry himself are committed on this subject and I’m sure that with them, with a lot of other friends, we shall be able to reach success on this very important matter. (source)

To which I wrote:

That’s right. If success isn’t reached on this very important matter by exactly Friday, September 25, 2015, chaos of the climate variety will definitely ensue.

France’s Fabius did not clarify what will happen on the 501st day that will mark the beginning of official “climate chaos,” but I imagine it’ll probably be a lot like the speech toward the end of the movie Ghostbusters:

Strange, however, that I was flipping through headlines and came upon the fact that a lottery has now opened up in NYC for people to attend a very special interfaith service by none other than the Pope at the September 11th Memorial and Museum WTC on exactly Friday, September 25, 2015 — the 500th day.

Weird timing, no?

So the Pope will be giving a sermon at Ground Zero on the 500th day, the day that we have been told “climate chaos” is set to ensue.

Had to wonder…is he there to officially announce the beginning of climate chaos?

On that same day, the Pope is also set to address the annual UN General Assembly of world leaders. According to the UN website, September 25th just so happens to kick off the United Nations three-day summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda, “convened as a high-level plenary meeting of the General Assembly.”

The day before, he is going to address a joint meeting of Congress for the first time a Pope has ever addressed Congress. He will also be meeting with President Obama and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Busy Pope.

Pope Francis, as you may have heard, has also been all about the one-world government/religion stuff lately, as we previously reported:

In April 2015, Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, “made clear that a leading solution to global warming includes extreme depopulation.” Figueres said, “We can definitely change those [population] numbers and really should make every effort to change the numbers because we are already today, exceeding the planetary carrying capacity.”

The Vatican and United Nations also issued a joint statement in April. The “UN-inspired joint statement called for ‘reaching a level and sustainable population.’”

Gee, these buzz phrases are sounding awfully familiar…


Pope Francis, and his Environmental Encyclical, didn’t just simply and totally agree with the United Nations’ global warming plot. The Pope also quoted his predecessor, Benedict XVI, and again called for a “world political authority”.

Ah. Yes. Well, I think we all know where this is going.

So… What’s really going on here? What do you think the phrase “climate chaos” really means to the New World Pope?

Let's analyze this Time Magazine cover, shall we?

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