John Kerry Is Building Up His Global Warming Army with a Powerful Group



Secretary of State John Kerry wants to martial more forces in his war on the weather. After his success with the Pope, he’s moving to include all religious groups. It’s worked well in refugee resettlement as plans to pour hundreds of thousands into the country take shape.

His new army in this faux war could take in billions of people simply by luring religious leaders into his global warming cult.

John Kerry was introduced at the Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy this week with these words: “And so, ladies and gentlemen, I am very proud to introduce to you a man who has made a difference; whose face is marred by the dust and the sweat and the blood accumulated during a job exceedingly well done. Please join me in welcoming the 68th Secretary of State, the honorable John Kerry.”

The man is incompetent who made his bones with the far-left by being a traitor who turned on his fellow soldiers during the Vietnam War but that’s for another article.

John Kerry hopes to employ religious actors in his fight to save the planet from the climate. We must understand and counsel religious actors, he said.

“It’s up to us to recognize that we can’t lead a world that we don’t understand and that we can’t understand the world if we fail to comprehend and honor the central role that religion plays in the lives of billions of people. And that is why, in the State Department today, our experts are engaging with religious actors more broadly and more knowledgeably than ever before – seeking their help, their counsel, their support – as we strive to improve governance, curb corruption, stop genocide, safeguard human rights, reduce poverty, and save our planet from the most harmful consequences of climate change.”

“And in so doing, we are drawing on values that are at the heart of virtually every enduring religious and ethical tradition. Now, this is not to say that every religion is basically the same because – that it all means the same thing, because that’s not the case. Religions differ widely in their origins, their texts, their rites, their beliefs. But amid that diversity, there are common and often eloquent commitments to help the disadvantaged, to pursue peace, to follow the Golden Rule, and respect the fundamental dignity of every single human being.”