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The church bells are a call to action on global warming

United Nations Green Religion squeezing Jesus out of the House of God


By —— Bio and Archives--November 13, 2009

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If the United Nations has its way, Jesus won’t be found in church anymore. With the approval of pious priests and ministers, Jesus is being squeezed out of the House of God to make way for global warming/climate change proselytizing.

Church bells around the world,  which call Christians worldwide into church on Sundays, will join the din of drums and gongs to sound a UN ordered message 350 times on December 13 during the Copenhagen climate change summit.  The church bells are a call to action on global warming.

“The leading council of Christian and Orthodox churches also invited places of worship for other faiths to join a symbolic “chain of chimes and prayers” stretching around the world from the international date line in the South Pacific.” (Breitbart, Nov. 12, 2009).

“By sounding their bells or other instruments 350 times, participating churches will symbolise the 350 parts per million that mark the safe upper limit for C02 (carbon dioxide) in the atmosphere according to many scientists.”

The bell-ringing at worldwide churches makes about as much sense as Hanne Strong,  who used constant drumbeats to hold the “energy pattern” when her aging UN Poster Boy husband Maurice Strong led the 1992 Rio de Janeiro United Nations Earth Conference.

Not one media jumped in to ask: “Constant drumbeats to hold the energy pattern?”

Interesting that even back then the group Mrs. Maurice Strong led in a three-week vigil with “Wisdomkeepers”, were called “global transformationalists”. The round-the-clock sacred fire, drumbeat and meditation was what the transformationalists told the world was holding the “energy pattern” paving the way for the success of her husband-led earth summit.

Mumbo jumbo magic and the birth of Agenda 21

This mumbo jumbo magic was the setting for the birth of Agenda 21, the plan now forcing the United States of America and the rest of the Free World into One World Government. 

No mumbo jumbo from Maurice and Hanne will save the world from the human misery about to be inflicted by this evil plan which robs nations of their sovereignty and makes serfs of the human population.

While Hanne was out there beating her drums, hubby Maurice Strong said in his opening address to thousands of Rio delegates: “It is the responsibility of each human being today to choose between the force of darkness and the force of light.”  If these words sound chillingly familiar it’s because they are the same ones uttered by Alice Bailey and Blavatsky before her, both of whom in their writings state that the “force of darkness” are those who adhere to the “out-dated” Judeo-Christian faith.  Those who continue along their “separative” paths of the one true God.  The “Force of Light” (Lucifer) in their view, is the inclusive new age doctrine of a pagan pantheistic New World Religion.

And if Christian congregations aren’t having any of this evil served up from the pulpit, many of their religious leaders have already bought into it.

The World Council of Churches touting the bell-ringing, brings together some 348 Protestant, Orthodox and Anglican churches representing about 560 million Christians in 110 countries.

There is no escape for Catholics as The Council of European Bishops Conference, which gathers Roman Catholic bishops and archbishops, is also supporting the campaign, according to a letter released by the WCC.

The ringing of the bells, drums and gongs from churches is being used to boost the UN summit in Copenhagen Dec. 7 to 18,  which seeks to promote a new global treaty to broaden cuts in emission of greenhouse gases blamed for Al Gore-touted climate change.

Mercifully, in some countries the question has been raised whether churches have the right to use their bells for what may be considered to be a political campaign, admits WCC programme executive on climate change, Guillermo Kerber.

Thanks to the greening religion ministers and priests of Christian churches, your soul isn’t worth saving, rescuing Mother Earth from climate change is.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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