Monday, February 11, 2019

Is Francis's Amazon Synod really about Hitler's "Nazi... Deep Ecology"?

Updated: June 20, 2019

After a few photo ops with the the Indigenous Amazonians, the Francis Vatican Amazon Synod got down to it's real business as the Synod working document said in part II:

"Integral Ecology: The Cry of the Earth"

As reported on LifeSiteNews, Roberto de Mattei said the working document is about a "eco-theology which proposes a pantheist... 'cosmo-vision' unacceptable for a Catholic."

Where does this eco-vision originate in the modern world?

It appears that Francis's pantheistic eco-theology echoes the Nazi ideology of "deep ecology" in giving nature intrinsic value "independent of all human considerations."

This isn't the first time Francis and his Vatican have spoken of the "cry of the earth" and sins against nature. Gloria.tv reported:

"Francis noticed that he has rarely heard penitents accusing themselves in confession of violated nature... because 'we are not yet aware of this sin.'"
(Gloria.tv "For Francis Formication Seems to Be Okay - His New Sin Is "Violating Nature," February 11, 2019)

Catholics have been aware of stewardship of God's creation, but never of sins against nature.

The only sin against nature for Catholics is the sin of homosexuality. Francis and his inner circle don't seem to have a big problem with that sin.

However, the Nazis' ideology did believe one could "violate nature."

French philosopher Luc Ferry shows how Francis's apparent attributing of intrinsic value to nature originated in the modern world in Adolf Hitler's Nazi ideology:

"In... Nazi ecology... the central theme of deep ecology: the idea that the natural world is worthy of respect in and of itself, independent of all human considerations."
("Conflicting Philosophies and International Trade Laws: Worldviews," Page 78)

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

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