In an address to the New Forms of Solidarity Seminar on Wednesday, Pope Francis made a call for worldwide wealth redistribution in order solve the problem of global poverty. The Pope referred to tax cuts for the wealthy as a “structure of sin.” The speech was organized by the Pontifical Academy for Social Sciences.
MADRID--At the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP25) in Madrid, The New American magazine's foreign correspondent was minding his own business asking people for their opinions. Suddenly, a guy walks up to the people Newman was interviewing and warns them that The New American is a "right-wing" magazine. Apparently, this far-left activist, Micah Garen, who has worked with George Soros' foundation and the UN, believes journalists should preface questions by explaining their own political opinions. Yet he refused to say whether he reveals his own radical leftwing extremism when interviewing subjects.
Resistance to vaccination isn’t new. But it is increasing. A growing number of parents are finding themselves embroiled in battles over mandatory vaccinations for all youngsters. They protest that vaccines are not only fruitless, they are also dangerous. Some moms and dads have pulled their children out of schools where they are told all attendees have to be vaccinated.
A glitch in Facebook’s software allowed the public to see exactly who posts to teenaged climate activist Greta Thunberg’s page and, perhaps not surprising, it’s not Greta. The edit history for Greta’s Facebook page shows that the content on the page was posted by her father, Svante Thunberg, and by Indian climate activist Adarsh Prathap, who serves as a delegate to the United Nations on climate change.
The United Nations and the Socialist International are waging war against Chile and its conservative president, Sebastián Piñera. Since mid-October, Chile’s capital, Santiago, and other cities across the country have been wracked by violent riots, with dozens of people killed, thousands injured (including hundreds of police and military personnel), thousands arrested, and an enormous amount of destruction of public infrastructure and private property, including train stations, businesses, shops, and supermarkets. The Piñera government declared a state of emergency and imposed curfews.