Bad News for Pope and Obama: So-Called ‘Climate Change’ Isn’t a Priority for Anyone

Posted by on Sep 24, 2015 at 7:57 am

They claim to care about the poor. If they really do, they’d get off this “climate change” nonsense and focus on things people care about.

The global elite has little idea what afflicts the poor, says Pope Francis. He’s right — but that observation sometimes applies to him, too.

In his US visit, the pope is already creating headlines about the urgent need to respond to climate change. Invoking the need to “protect the vulnerable in our world,” he calls for an end to humanity’s reliance on fossil fuels.

This comes after his June declaration that global warming is one of the pre-eminent problems facing the poor. The elite, he said, are out of touch if they don’t realize this: “Many professionals, opinion makers, communications media and centers of power, being located in affluent urban areas, are far removed from the poor, with little direct contact with their problems.”

But do the world’s poor believe that carbon cuts are a top priority? Since March 2013, the United Nations has sought citizens’ ranking of 16 policy priorities. More than 8 million people have participated, with nearly 3 million living in the least developed nations.

In fact, an education is the top priority for the world’s most disadvantaged, followed by better health care, better job opportunities, an honest and responsive government and affordable, nutritious food.
Both for the entire world and amongst the worst-off, climate comes 16th out of 16, after 15 other priorities. It’s not even a close race.

Poorly educated women from low-income countries are among the most vulnerable people on earth, with the weakest voice in global discussions. Their top priorities are, again, health, education and jobs. Action on global warming ranks dead last. And in Africa, global warming also comes behind every other priority.

It’s only among those from the richest nations on earth that global warming becomes more of a priority.

Even then, it ranks 10th. The world’s poor overwhelmingly say they want better health care and education, more jobs, an honest government and more food.

Obviously it ranks as a high priority for Obama, the Pope and the media. But the rest of the world has more pressing concerns. If only they would get to those. In fact these numbers from last year should tell you something:


You might also notice something else Obama has failed miserably on ranks even lower than this climate scam. And of course, right on queue, here comes the discredited Rolling Stone with this discredited president featuring this discredited climate scam:

Kim Jong-Un just called and said Rolling Stone is embarrassing themselves with such propaganda.

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5 Responses to “Bad News for Pope and Obama: So-Called ‘Climate Change’ Isn’t a Priority for Anyone”

  1. Ray Van Dune on 24/24/15 at 11:26 am

    I think these results are just cribbed from the list of NPR daily news topics – except of course they got it in reverse order!!

  2. creeper on 24/24/15 at 11:51 am

    Whoa! Obastard is going to be pissed when he see that climate change and race relations are at the bottom of the heap.

    Watch for more false-flag events in the future. Leftists never quit.

  3. Alas on 24/24/15 at 11:54 am

    And hey, how about that “throw open your doors to mass immigration” message? Not that the Pope, Obama, or any member of the elite cares what the average American thinks about immigration or anything else.

  4. Kathy from Kansas on 24/24/15 at 1:06 pm

    I see that MY top concerns (and those of millions of my fellow Americans) — namely: stopping the slaughter of unborn children, protecting marriage and family, and protecting religious freedom — do not even appear on the list….

  5. frohky on 24/24/15 at 2:47 pm

    Huge majorities of the public ranked “jobs and the economy” as their highest policy priorities in a Pew Research Survey in January 2013, as President Obama was beginning his second term. Down at the bottom of the list of the public’s policy priorities were “gun control, immigration and climate change,” and yet, just six months later, the public’s non-priorities look like the entirety of the White House’s second-term agenda.” – New York Times op-ed columnist Ross Douthat