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James Delingpole

In being suckered into climate alarmism, the Pope risks backing policies that hurt the world's poor

I thought he’d just been lobbied heavily. Now it’s starting to look worse than that

20 June 2015

9:00 AM

20 June 2015

9:00 AM

In his latest encyclical Pope Francis will apparently describe global warming as a ‘major threat to life on the planet’. If the leaked reports are accurate, his Holiness is absolutely right. Here are some examples of the havoc ‘global warming’ has wrought in the past decade:

Honduras:US-backed security forces implicated in the killing of more than 100 peasant farmers involved in disputes with palm-oil magnates.

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