Nancy Pelosi announced she is going to begin Impeachment procedures against Traitor Donald Trump, Evangelical Messiah of Jerusalem. The Tribulation Terrorist need to believe the European Union is the base of their beloved Antichrist that is – their invention! There exist no secular plan, or group, that wants a European Antichrist. This is a foreign myth, brought to America by the Plymouth Brethren Cult around 1780. Traitor Trump spoke in a cultish manner in front of the United Nations, the other alleged home of Satan-Christ, invented by End Time Lunatics.
Greta Thurnberg was there. A Christ-handler on Fox called her “mentally ill”
This is why Satan-Trump is saying Europe should pay more for protecting Ukraine. Putin also believes in the European Antichrist, or, pretends to, so he and Trump can weaken our European Allies. This is TREASON! To use his office to EXTORT a foreign leader in order to get him and his Evangelical-politicians back in office – is TREASON!
The Rosamond genealogist suggests Rougemont Switzerland is a possible source for the Rosamond name. I might be kin to Denis de Rougemont, the founder of Europe’s ecology movement. I will bring the name Rougemont to bare down upon the Evangelical Cult who follow the heresy of John Darby. I discovered the Rougemont Templars owned the Shroud of Turin.
Franklin Graham, and other Trump Holy Overseers, send missionaries all over the world in order to subdue unbelievers, and make them slaves to King Jesus. They hate all completion – especially the ecologists – who conflict with the End Time PREACHING! The do not want a Eco Super Star!
White evangelical Christians in particular are, on average, more likely to question whether human activity contributed to the Earth’s warming, with research by Pew suggesting 28 percent accept this view, compared with 64 percent of those without a religious affiliation, 56 percent of black Protestants and 41 percent of mainline Protestants. Over a third of evangelical Christians say there is “no solid evidence” that climate change is happening.
Some evangelicals argue that global warming is of little concern when the end times are approaching. Indeed, it could even be proof of it.
Bible verses are also pointed to as evidence humans are required to subdue Earth, that God is in control, and global warming is part of His plan. Others see it as liberal hoax and a means to push folks away from religion towards the government.
A Fox News guest called 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg “mentally ill” during a segment Monday night, prompting the network to issue an apology. Conservative commentator Michael J. Knowles brought up the Swedish activist on “The Story with Martha MacCallum” after the teen gave anat the United Nations.
In the segment with Fox News host Harris Faulkner and progressive pundit Christopher Hahn, Knowles criticized climate activists before targeting Thunberg in particular.
“None of that matters because the climate hysteria movement is not about science,” Knowles said. “If it were about science it would be led by scientists rather than by politicians and a mentally ill Swedish child who is being exploited by her parents and by the international left.”
Prominent essayist since Love and the Western World published in 1939, European activist after the World War II, in 1970s-1980s Denis de Rougemont became a strong supporter of environmental causes. Today he is considered as a pioneer of ecology, as well as Bertrand de Jouvenel, Jaques Ellul, Bernard Charbonneau and Ivan Illich. While the federalist movements born after the war were fading away, Rougemont reinvested his commitment to a united Europe and to mobilize the younger generations by the way of the ecological struggle. Chairman of the association Ecoropa, founder member of the Groupe de Bellerive, Rougemont wanted to give prominence to a regional and federal European organisation beyond the Common Market. In his last major essay on political philosophy published in 1977, L’avenir est notre affaire, Rougemont detailed the parameters of the ecological crisis, creating an important part of the theoretical and ethical basis of the Green Movement in Switzerland and France. Our objective is to outline his major ideas and thoughts as well as the circumstances of his commitment.
The future is our business (1977)
Reflecting on the main lines of his thought, this testament book offers a true political and philosophical vision of today’s world. It presents itself both as a substantive examination of the global crisis of socio-political systems caused by the mismanagement of the Earth and as a lucid reflection on the fate of Western civilization. The author therefore proposes possible remedies to ward off the anxiety of becoming in our societies. The challenges of nature overcome, the man is confronted with another challenge, that of his passions and his sufferings. The twentieth century has developed a deadly dialectic for man, a dialectic between the myths of Progress and unbridled economic growth, between nuclear technology and the all-powerful myth of the Nation-State, a generator of wars and the root cause of imbalances. and the perils that result. At the forefront of these are centralization and bureaucratic inflation, the wait-and-see attitude of political opportunism, the passivity of citizens, the alignment of intelligences and behaviors, the loss of civic responsibility, the waste of resources. Given the inability of the nation-states to meet the challenges of the future, the author proposes the use of ecology, defined in the broadest sense of “system of exchanges and interactions between Nature, City, People” that is to say an eco-system that offers man the opportunity to coexist in diversity and to sustainably manage the resources of planet Earth. The very success of the civilizing effort of the West now forces man to freely choose his future. On the political level, a Federation of Regions is the only possible alternative to the power and dogma of the Nation-State? outdated and dangerous formula for the human race. The Region with variable geometry, defined as a space of civic participation, allows a rebalancing of competences, powers and resources of energy, the safeguarding of the environment, the reconstruction of a fabric of the social life and the community human. On a philosophical level, the rediscovery of man’s spiritual and personal dimensions, of his ethical responsibilities, is the only creative response to the fate of a destructive century. The future of our societies must no longer be linked only to technological imperatives or economic necessities, but to the whole of man. This choice is truly revolutionary, because it requires man to radically change the ends of society, and calls each citizen to take charge of his future to remedy the shortcomings of the States. It has become urgent for man to master Creation, to work with imagination, to intervene responsibly in restoring the ends of his actions and building a society based on the relationships of people, living communities and people. regions. In this personalistic prospective essay, at the service of man and not of States, giving meaning to the future is possible and achievable only in the accomplishment of the autonomous and united person of the community, and of his freedom. , last goal of society. Going beyond the concepts of prospective and futurible, Rougemont opposes the idea of prophecy, which anticipates the distant consequences of human actions. Hence a call to a conversion, in the biblical sense of this term, founding a utopia: “to place in the center of the man the center of the society”. (Bruno Ackermann)
Environmental protection and advocacy
In 1977, Prince Sadruddin, together with Denis de Rougemont and a few other friends, established a Geneva-based think-tank, Groupe de Bellerive (named after Bellerive, the municipality where he lived in Geneva), and a non-profit organisation, the Bellerive Foundation. The foundation collaborated with international institutions, British and Scandinavian bilateral aid organizations, and other NGOs such as the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). It became a leading grassroots action group promoting environmental protection, natural resource conservation and the safeguarding of life in all its forms.
Initially, Bellerive worked with UNICEF and the United Nations Children’s Fund in the struggle against deforestation. Prince Sadruddin was motivated in part by what he called “ecological refugees”, who were forced to leave regions that could no longer sustain them due to desertification and other environmental changes. The foundation worked with Swiss specialists to develop low-cost, energy-efficient cooking stoves that relied on renewable energy sources such as methane and biogas. It distributed these among needy rural populations, primarily in Africa. Other areas of concern for Bellerive included the proliferation of nuclear weapons, and the protection of threatened species.
As a resident of Switzerland, Prince Sadruddin was concerned about the impact of insensitive tourist development and deforestation on the European Alps. At the World Economic Forum in 1990, he launched Alp Action to protect the mountain ecosystem and preserve the Alps’ cultural diversity and vitality. The Bellerive Foundation program encouraged eco-tourism, aiming to reduce the impact of outdoor adventure sports on the fragile alpine habitat. During its years of operation, Alp Action successfully launched over 140 projects in seven countries. It found inspiration in the system of national parks of the Canadian Rockies.
A long-standing trustee and former Vice-President of the World Wide Fund for Nature International, Prince Sadruddin led Bellerive’s support for threatened species. Bellerive was also amongst the first organisations to warn of the potential human health hazards of modern intensive farming methods.
In May 2006, the activities of the Bellerive Foundation were merged into the Geneva-based Aga Khan Foundation (founded in 1967 by Prince Sadruddin’s nephew Karim Aga Khan IV) to form the Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan Fund for the Environment. The US$10 million fund is dedicated to finding practical solutions to environmental problems. The fund concentrates its activities in six areas that were important to Prince Sadruddin: environmental education; natural resource management in fragile zones; nature parks and wildlife reserves; environmentally and culturally appropriate tourism infrastructure; environmental health; and research.