Rwanda and the Upcoming Synod on the Amazon


The month of April 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the fastest and most cruel genocide of our time: 800,000 people dead in 100 days. In April and part of May, 1994, members of the Hutu tribe of Rwanda relentlessly killed women, children, the elderly, and anyone from the Tutsi tribe with machetes. Are there

Brazilian President Cites Prince Bertrand’s Book. Read Environmental Madness on the Pan-Amazon Synod Watch

On June 26, Chancellor Angela Merkel stated in the German Parliament: “Just like you, I see with great concern the issue of the actions of the Brazilian president (in relation to deforestation), and if the occasion presents itself, I will take the opportunity in the G20 to have a clear discussion with him.” “I perceive

Environmental Madness (IV)

Al Gore

Chapter II Brazilian Scientists Assess Environmentalism – I The public is bombarded with movies, documents and statements presenting nature in a state of fury: cities swallowed by the ocean, crops decimated by drought, glaciers falling into the sea, hungry bears wandering about, penguins walking in the desert, hurricanes destroying everything in their path. An Inconvenient