Jerry Brown tells Vatican the world needs 'brain washing' on climate change

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Governor Jerry Brown visited the Vatican, where he told religious leaders to keep pushing the climate change agenda. He spoke Saturday at an event put on by the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Sciences, and was met with thunderous applause:

“The problem … is us. It’s our whole way of life. It’s our comfort … It’s the greed. It’s the indulgence. It’s the pattern. And it’s the inertia. The power here is prophecy. The power here is faith, and that’s what this organization is supposed to be about. So, let’s be about it and combine with the technical and the scientific and the political.”

Brown probably felt right at home with his preachy nonsense. Back in the 1950s he went into the Jesuit seminary where he spoke Latin, meditated, underwent self-discipline, mortified himself.

He spoke about that too:

"We tried real hard, and I can tell I did not achieve perfection. I was not transformed. In fact some of my bad habits, which I will not reveal, are the same as they were … when I came into Jesuit seminary when Pius XII was pope.”

Brown went on to say that getting the world on board with his climate change ideas will not be easy:

“At the highest circles, people still don’t get it. It’s not just a light rinse that’s required.  We need a total, I might say ‘brain washing.’ We need to wash our brains out and see a very different kind of world.”

Wash our brains?! Now we know for certain, just how much of a cult leader this guy is.

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