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Jerry Brown attacks our President and way of life at the Vatican

Jerry Brown attacks our President and way of life at the Vatican

On Climate Change and our way of life, Brown says: “We need a total, I might say brainwashing.”

Late in October, California Governor Jerry Brown threatened to sue the administration of President Donald Trump for implementation of environmental policies focused more on real pollutants (e.g., heavy metals) and less on contrived ones (e.g., carbon dioxide from fossil fuel combustion.

I noted Brown would be taking a European “climate change” tour that would include a stop at the Vatican. His presentation at the seat of the Catholic Church focused on climate, alright…the political one.

Gov. Jerry Brown challenged the world’s religious leaders to further engage as he minimized the negative effects of President Donald Trump on meeting the climate-change challenge.

“The Trump factor is very small, very small indeed,” in comparison to the commitments taking place around the world, Brown said to a burst of applause Saturday at an event organized by the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Sciences. “That’s nothing to cheer about, because if it was only Trump that was a problem, we’d have it solved. But that’s not our only problem.

“The problem … is us. It’s our whole way of life. It’s our comfort … It’s the greed. It’s the indulgence. It’s the pattern. And it’s the inertia.”

Brown’s solution to our way of life is…fascinating.

“It’s not just a light rinse,” Brown said. “We need a total, I might say brainwashing. We need to wash our brains out and see a very different kind of world

The governor was just getting started:

Brown, who arrived Friday for nearly two weeks of climate talks across Europe, said the path to transformational change must include the mass mobilization of the religious and theological sphere, but also the prophetic sphere.

“The power here is prophecy. The power here is faith, and that’s what this organization is supposed to be about. So, let’s be about it and combine with the technical and the scientific and the political.”

California colleague and Canada Free Press author Katy Grimes suggests that Brown’s handlers keep him from making further speeches. She has just published a wonderful summary of the climate realities that Brown should actually be preaching:

…If the level of air pollution in the United States is among the lowest on the planet, according to the World Health Organization, why does California Governor Jerry Brown believe “the threat of climate change could be more dangerous than that of fascism during World War Two?”

Only the Solomon Islands, the island of Vanatu, New Zealand and Micronesia are more pollution free, according to the most recent WHO report on air pollution. In the report, charts and graphs show the U.S. is one of the countries with the cleanest air in the world…

Perhaps instead of tearing down President Trump, our governor could be promoting tourism for our Wine Country…which is bouncing back from the devastating wildfires?

Downtown Sonoma is perfectly fine,” says Sarah Stierch, a freelance writer based in the historic town at the heart of California wine country. “We suffered no damage, and it’s as bucolic and lovely as ever.” …

….[M]ost of the damage is on hillsides and more mountainous areas off the beaten tourist path. “Napa Valley has little damage. It’s as beautiful as ever,” she says. “If you drive up Highway 12 from Sonoma to Santa Rosa” — another major wine country route — “you’ll pass wineries like B.R. Cohn, Ledson, Chateau St. Jean and Kenwood” — which received some damage — “and you’ll see where the fires burned in some parklands and some damaged houses along the road.”

Of course, promoting California businesses is not nearly as much fun as attacking Donald Trump and suggesting brain-washing while waxing poetic about prophesy!

Thing about it, perhaps Brown is abroad promoting our burgeoning pot industry with some demonstrations? This would completely explain the Vatican address.

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Comments

… Good old jesuit/leftist brown… Brainwashing… The very thing he railed vs in the 60-70’s…just a different topic then it was how “free” the Vietnamese would be under a communist regime… How did that turn out? Oh, that’s right, you are still “free”….

Well he is playing to a willing crowd BUT sadly for him America under Trump has removed all things climate related from the next G8 talks.

Thank fuck someone is still sane in this world!!!

Jerry Brown’s cynical hypocrisy is so typical of liberals: they trash religion and mock it 99% of the time, then turn around and demand that the rest of us submit to its dictates in the 1% cases where it (supposedly) backs them.

I down voted Mailman because I don’t understand his use of the F word in that context. Perhaps it was a typo.

    Ragspierre in reply to Helen. | November 7, 2017 at 9:35 am

    No, it’s his/her/its type. Not a typo. UK soccer hooligan. It isn’t an American, whatever else it is.

      mailman in reply to Ragspierre. | November 7, 2017 at 9:52 am

      Hahahahahaha…coming from you that is like a big fuck off badge of honour hhahahahhaa

        Ragspierre in reply to mailman. | November 7, 2017 at 9:56 am

        Hahahahahahahhaha.

        You are a UK moron. Aren’t you?

        C’mon, balless, step on up and admit who you are. Here’s your chance to be a mensch. Tell us where you’re from. Take your balls in your hand, and be honest for once.

        Ragspierre in reply to mailman. | November 7, 2017 at 12:38 pm

        Waiting, balless. C’mon…!!! Where’s your manhood, princess Di…???

      Ragspierre in reply to Ragspierre. | November 7, 2017 at 4:30 pm

      Now, c’mon, princess di, you’re usually throwing your fat ass around here like a fat chick with a packet of crisps!

      Or like a low calibre sex pistol.

      You often write checques your ass can’t cover.

      And your daughter is paid in “pounds”.

      Step up, step up, step up, poncer.

    Morning Sunshine in reply to Helen. | November 7, 2017 at 10:04 am

    whatever it is, I appreciate dialogue that can stand on its own without profanity.

Did Brown teleconference with the Vatican? No, of course not.

Call me when Moonbeam washes his own brain, and stops jetting hither and yon on junkets where he preaches to us proles about the eeeeeeeviles of our lifestyle.

Until then, he can rotate on a well-lubed pole…or poll. Whichever.

    pilgrim1949 in reply to Ragspierre. | November 7, 2017 at 3:14 pm

    I remember Gov. Moonbeam from my California days of yore.

    I seem to remember that he did undergo a brainwashing ceremony, but it was over quite quickly. It doesn’t take much time to wash one synapse.

And we remember Attorney General Holder wanting to brainwash Americans about guns. When lies and intimidation don’t work…they go back to their favorite communist play book chapters for ideas. Socialist/communist ideas wind up requiring force to bring the people to heel.

Libs love brainwashing.

Eric Holder: “Brainwash people into thinking about guns in a vastly different way.”

Brainwashing. Mind control. Also known as coercive persuasion. It explains a lot about the current campus environment.

alaskabob, I was looking for the video of Eric Holder when you commented.

Brainwashing? Like, with a cloth, or something?

OleDirtyBarrister | November 7, 2017 at 11:44 am

The farce is strong with Comrade Brown, and his comrade El Popo is in line with the world’s socialist despite the accruing scientific papers and conclusions that are contrary to the AGW agenda.

This is a topical article and appropriate reading with this story.

http://www.dailywire.com/news/20121/inconvenient-truth-our-planet-was-warmer-medieval-john-nolte

“It’s the greed. It’s the indulgence. It’s the pattern. And it’s the inertia.”

I will give Gov. Moonbeam credit for this: He’s accurately described the coastal elites.

Anyone who’s lived in “flyover country” knows that if you take each of these descriptors and flip them 180, you’d have a pretty good picture of us “deplorables.”

Kali isn’t flyover country. Kali is bit enough and important enough. It’s on the other end of fly over country.

buckeyeminuteman | November 7, 2017 at 1:10 pm

The Vatican has a “Pontifical Academy of Sciences”? The Vatican used to burn people at the stake for promoting actual science. Now it seems they’re cahooting with politicians to burn people at the stake for not blindly following questionable science.

    Ragspierre in reply to buckeyeminuteman. | November 7, 2017 at 3:00 pm

    The truth is a lot…LOT…more complex and variegated.

    The Church was ALSO the sponsor and champion of reason and science for centuries, and an important sponsor of the whole system of universities throughout Europe and the Middle-Ages.

    Like most human institutions, it’s a mistake to cast it simplistically as one way or another. With few exceptions (i.e., Communism) they really very seldom are, even in the net.

Touring wine country. If you find acres and acres of grape vines planted in neat, parallel rows bucolic and exciting, then have at it. Winery tasting rooms are just showroom sales floors. Eh, I’m not trolling. Please, do tour California. Highway 1 north of Santa Barbara to the Oregon border is awesome. Highway 395 From the Vegas cutoff to Hallelujah Junction is staggeringly beautiful. Wildfire ravaged The Trinity Alps, but green grass is already springing up. Drive from Mount Lassen to Lava Tubes Ntl. Park to Mount Shasta to Crater Lake.

Disclosure- my folks live a short stroll from Kenwood on Hwy12. It’s nice there.

    Edward in reply to Tiki. | November 8, 2017 at 2:20 pm

    My grandparents told me California was a lovely place when they returned from their trip. Though they didn’t visit LA or SF. And that was when Grandpa retired in ’49. Been some changes since then.

IF you can afford the acreage the wine country then you aren’tn hanging out in the same places I am.

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the Vatican / Pope is sending a clear message hosting Abortionists

Sadly Moonbeam’s troll act met with an enthusiastic audience in the College of Cardinal’s stupendous error.

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