Skip to comments.Pope Francis Bans Plastic From The Vatican To 'Save The Environment'
Posted on 09/12/2019 1:43:13 PM PDT by Monrose72
Pope Francis has placed a ban on plastic in Vatican City State to 'stand in solidarity' with environmentalists, according to reports. The Pontiff made the announcement while aboard the papal plane during a long-haul flight back from a trip to Africa. The Catholic leader said he was disturbed by a conversation with chaplains and fishermen who described how they had found six tons of plastic over the course of a few months.
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When are they going to ban pedophiles from the priesthood?
How big a carbon print does the pope leave behind every time he flies in that chartered Alitalia Air Bus airliner all over the world?
Why is the carbon footprint of the Pope’s plane?
Or did he buy his carbon credits with Al Gore?
No more polymerized carbon from greasy rocks. From now on only earth friendly materials like gold and ivory will be allowed.
What a tube.
.. Including credit cards? Going Cash only?
Glad we went when we did.
So when is Francis going to tear down the Vatican walls? You know, to show solidarity.
I have a small plastic statue of the pope.
Well, it’s done. The Pope has saved the environment. Next issue....
IV tubing for medical services might be a problem, off the top of my head.
Pope Francis is an idiot, a liar, or both.
It’s not going to do any good until China and India jump on board. They’re the biggest ocean polluters in the world.
Oh, good grief...
It the papal plane were made from gold instead of plastic...
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Good grief. Bergoglio fiddles while the Catholic Church burns.
Having a plastic straw = excommunication.
You know from Progverbs 3:27 "Anyone who shalt harmeth earf, it is better for him/her/they to have a millstone around their neck."
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