Saturday, January 04, 2020

Are Anti-EWTN Where Peter Is Lewis & Gay Activist Martin members of Francis's Radical Environmentalist Inner Circle?

On January 2, Where Peter Is's Mike Lewis joined gay activist Fr. James Martin on the radical environmentalist Tony Annett's Twitter thread.

In the immediate Tweet after Martin, the pro-Communion for adulterers Lewis tweeted:

"EWTN *CAUSED* the 'Amoris Debacle.'"

Does this mean that Lewis may like follow traveler radical environmentalist Bishop Rick Stika, also, equates abortion to climate change?

On September 19, 2019 on Twitter, Bishop Rick Stika issued a anti-EWTN Tweet against Raymond Arroyo: 

"Raymond is at it again."

The radical environmentalist Annett on the same Stika Twitter thread responded:

"I wish more bishops would speak out."

On May 1, 2019, Stika on Twitter let it be known that he had joined the radical environmentalist circles when he equated abortion to climate change:

"Climate change is real just as abortion is real."

It appears that Lewis and Stika want to join Francis's radical environmentalist inner circle.

In the Francis Church this appears to be a smart political move as Cardinal George Pell and Cardinal Sean O'Malley can confirm.

Most people don't remember that Cardinal Pell took "the unusual step of criticizing Francis’ groundbreaking environmental encyclical, arguing the Catholic Church has 'no particular expertise in science.'"
[https://religionnews.com/2015/07/17/cardinal-george-pell-takes-swing-pope-francis-environmental-encyclical/ ]

Many people are, also, not aware that Cardinal O'Malley is part of a radical environmentalist Francis inner circle which was probably unhappy with Pell when he criticized Laudato Si.

Was it possible that they might have wanted to "get rid of" Pell as they want to "get rid of"  EWTN's Raymond Arroyo?

Guess who was on the radical environmentalist Annett's Twitter thread five days before his February 17, 2018 Twitter attack on EWTN's Arroyo?

Many think it is Father Antonio Spadaro who retweeted:

"[T]he call for EWTN to be severely censured 'until they get rid of Raymond Arroyo' following coverage of Spadaro speech at Georgetown University."
[https://cal-catholic.com/papal-confidant-calls-for-raymond-arroyos-head/]

If you guessed it was Francis's "mouthpiece" and close collaborator Spadaro who retwitted the Annett attack on EWTN's Arroyo who was on the Twitter thread five days before you are wrong.

It was the apparently radical environmentalist Cardinal O' Malley.

O' Malley on February 12 on the Annett thread said "[E]nvironmental justice and what needs to be done to address this real and compelling challenge."

Others that joined O'Malley on the thread were gay activist Fr. James Martin and radical environmentalist Jeffrey Sachs.

Was O'Malley endorsing Annett's radical environmentalism as well as the "detraction and calmuny" of that Twitter page?

The American Catholic had this to say of, it appears, one of O'Malley's favorite Tweeter pages:

"Anthony Annett['s]... twitter page is especially full of nasty invective. A quick perusal of his twitter page that evidently detraction and calumny are not sins, at least according to Tony, but failure to hue 100% to his environmental policies and/or working for Heritage are."
(The American Catholic, "Will No One Rid Us Of These Turbulent Converts," August 15, 2017)

Twitter friends Annett and Sachs have together written a book on environmentalism called "The Significance of Laudato si." Guess who joined Annett collaborator Sachs at Columbia University for a environmentalist event?:

"Cardinal O’Malley and Dr. Sachs will help us to appreciate the concerns which moved Pope Francis to write the Laudato Si’ and the impact that the Encyclical is having in the political and economic world. This event is organized in collaboration with the Research Cluster on Science and Subjectivity in the Center for Science and Society at Columbia University."
[https://scienceandsociety.columbia.edu/events/setting-out-long-path-renewal-reflections-pope-franciss-encyclical]

Guess which environmentalist associates and Twitter friends of O'Malley joined Francis at a September 28, 2016 Vatican environmentalism event called the "one-day consultation, titled 'Laudato si' and the Path to COP22'"?:

Annett, McCarrick and Sachs (George Soros' "'longtime confidante and collaborator" as well as point man with Francis) were all in the Vatican "one-day consultation" on the environment encyclical probably written, at least in part, by Soros people such as Sachs. ("Sachs acknowledged that... [the encyclical] 'Laudato si made the adoption of both the passage of the ["universal access to abortion"] UN Substantial Development Goals in Sept. 2015 and the Paris Climate Agreement in December 2015 possible.'")
[https://www.ncronline.org/blogs/eco-catholic/paris-agreement-enters-force-focus-turns-making-it-work]
(Sorosfiles.com, by Elizabeth Yore, "The Pope's Boss," August 25, 2016 and Catholic Monitor, "Does Pope Francis Work for Soros & the UN," December 27, 2017)

Guess who wasn't at the Francis environment Vatican event with O'Malley's radical environmentalist associates and Twitter friends?

The anti-radical environmentalist Cardinal Pell wasn't invited. But, he would soon be getting an invitation to a secret trial in Australia.

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

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