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Magdalen, Monday, June 17, 2013
I find this very concerning:
June 13, 2013. (Romereports.com) World Youth Day organizers are teaming up with the World Wildlife Fund. Together, they have launched a video on why it's important to protect animals and Mother Nature. The video titled, 'We Are All Connected' shows the strong bond between animals and humans. (video is about 1 min.)
The video was released on June 5th, which marked World Environment Day. The goal is to highlight the indisputable connection between mankind and nature, precisely to instill a sense of responsibility among the youth. What better place to bring forth that message that in Brazil, which has one of the richest eco-systems in the world.
World Youth Day will take place in Rio from July 23rd to the 28th. The Pope will of course lead the event, where roughly 2 million youths from every corner of the world, are expected.
... Hmmm – WYD in Rio, where the Earth Summit meets and where they formulated Agenda 21.
This alliance with the World Wildlife Fund is most concerning, IMO.
Check this out:
Radical environmentalist organization dedicated to "saving endangered species, protecting endangered habitats, and addressing global threats such as toxic pollution, over-fishing and climate change."
Supports Kyoto accord.
Biologist Julian Huxley and ornithologist Peter Scott were the principal founders of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in 1961. The first Director General of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization), Huxley was inspired to initiate WWF when he returned from a research trip to Africa, where he claimed to have witnessed a continent plagued by habitat destruction and the extermination of big game species from hunting and other causes. Peter Scott, who served as WWF's first Chairman, also founded the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust.
WWF supports the Kyoto accord and the global warming hypothesis on which it is based. The organization also emphasizes "sustainable growth," a theory whose goals invariably come with a demand for population control, a euphemism for abortion-on-demand.
WWF received over $30 million in foundation grants between 1994 and 2004. Leading contributors include the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, the Blue Moon Fund, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the Energy Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the J.M. Kaplan Fund, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Minneapolis Foundation, the Summit Foundation, the Turner Foundation, and many others. WWF also realizes substantial income from private donations and its sale of periodicals. As of 2004, the organization's net assets totaled $169,065,633." Its revenues that year were $112,001,561.
... WHO – IN THE VATICAN – arranged this unholy alliance??
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