For some strange reason, Secretary of State John Kerry can’t stop talking about the weather.
ust when you thought that John Kerry and the liberals couldn’t get any weirder and stupider or any more buffoonish, they step it up to yet another level.  The Secretary of State recently twisted the Scriptures at a ceremony to appoint Texas attorney Shaarik Zafar to be special representative to Muslim communities.  According to the State Department’s website
, Zafar’s office is responsible for executing Secretary Kerry’s vision for engagement with Muslims around the world on a people-to-people and organizational level. He reports directly to the secretary of State.  In a very bizarre and twisted policy speech, that sounded more like a sermon,  Secretary of State John Kerry cited ‘Genesis’ and ‘Scripture’ to make the case that it is the biblical duty of the United States to protect Muslim countries from Global Warming.      Kerry begins this speech by stating that someone named ‘Shriek’ had drafted a strategy for American
and Muslim relations. Who this Shriek is exactly is unknown, but apparently his words ‘religion matters’ is ‘a mantra in the State Dept’. Kerry continues stating that ‘our faiths’ referring to Christianity and Islam are ‘inextricably linked’. Kerry’s words are bizarre, to say the least. This is exactly what he said:
Confronting climate change is, in the long run, one of the greatest challenges that we face, and you can see this duty or responsibility laid down in scriptures, clearly, beginning in Genesis. And Muslim-majority countries are among the most vulnerable. Our response to this challenge ought to be rooted in a sense of stewardship of Earth. And for me and for many of us here today, that responsibility comes from God.
Apparently Genesis somewhere tells us that we must protect Muslim theocracies that want to oppress and kill us from an imaginary problem… and we are supposed to do so while ignoring all the problems that happens when our own countries start turning into majority Muslim countries due to massive migration. But like Daniel Greefield from Frontpage Mag
has noticed, John Kerry is as familiar with the Bible
, any bible, as he is with the Koran or the Constitution.  So there is nothing surprising to see him making up Biblical verses as he go along. It’s basically
a half-baked attempt to forge an affinity for Islam, and stating that the U.S. is now acquiescing to the Muslim Brotherhood, who has successfully infiltrated the United States
to a great degree.   Stating that we have an obligation to protect Muslims from global warming seems like something out of the Twilight Zone series, only he’s not writing for T.V.   Yet, as war has been declared on the U.S. by Muslim fundamentalists, Kerry is publicly seeking an alliance with “Muslim majority” countries against an enemy that doesn’t exist.  And of course, by appealing in such an hypocritical manner to your “christian charity” and your “good sentiments,” he expects you to jump head first on the Muslim train…   A short time ago, John Kerry made the statement that “Global Warming” was the greatest threat to America. This was in spite of the Pew Research Center
finding only 28% of people found “man made global warming” to be a threat, the Wall Street Journal
finding six threats bigger then global warming that the administration should be worried about, and one reporter noting after 48% of scientists have came out saying it is a “hoax” that perhaps Kerry should be nominated as a “Global Nutcase” resulting in the reporter being dismissed from CBS.  Rush Limbauch couldn’t even believe his ears when he heard this idiocy. Outraged he shouted into the microphone: “He’s citing the Bible? A liberal Democrat?”  The Conservative Post
asks his readers: “Can you help us find the verses he’s talking about cause we haven’t found them.”  The quotes should be in there somewhere because Kerry said that it is “clearly” laid out in the Scriptures that man has a duty to save the planet from global warming. And that duty is spelled out first in the book of Genesis, he said.  Sadly, we couldn’t find any reference to a hockey stick chart in the Book of Genesis. Nor did we find any inaccurate predictions about arctic ice.
 Obviously the absurd comment doesn’t have one grain of biblical truth.  It is possible, however, to find plenty of references in the Qur’an commanding the Muslims to stone, behead, torture, tax, humiliate, rape, burn, and spit upon “the people of the book” (meaning Christians and Jews) until they feel oppressed.  Those Quotes from the Quran are certainly “propheties” but not about the harm of Global Warming, it is more rational to see them as prediction about the poison of radical Islam and about the devastation of the Global Warming policies that the U.S. State Department is trying to impose on the Third World. The christian blog Now the End Begins
didn’t found the Biblic verse that Kerry was refering to but they found the verse that describes perfectly how educated people saw John Kerry while he was delivering his ludicrous speech:
Yea also, when he that is a fool walketh by the way, his wisdom faileth him, and he saith to every one that he is a fool. Ecclesiastes 10:3 
And then Kerry goes on to deliver remarks that Jimmy Carter might blush at.
There is a commonality in the Abrahamic faiths particularly, but in all faiths and in all philosophies of way of life and thinking, even Native Americanism or Confucianism and others, and that is every single one of them contains a fundamental basic notion of the Golden Rule – the importance of charity, compassion, and human improvement.
Here you have liberal secular theology in a nutshell. Every religion is basically the same and therefore disposable.  But the most offensive of all is to hear these words from the mouth of a liberal democrat who is a prominent member of an openly satanic secret society (the Skulls and Bones). Those souless democrats certainly have no problem using religion when it’s convenient to advance one of their crackpot agendas, yet it is demonized at every other opportunity for things that really matter to the rest of us.  Rush Limbauch was so mad about what Kerry had just said that he embarked on a rant during which he commented Kerry’s discourse paragraph by paragraph on air during his Radio Broadcast. This is the transcript:
RUSH: We’ve got Lurch, John Kerry. I just learned this this morning, folks. Grab audio sound bite number thirty. This one, I just learned this morning, but this happened last Wednesday at the State Department. While all this stuff was going on with ISIS and ISIL, and everyone waiting with bated breath over Obama’s announcement to grant amnesty to however many millions of illegals that are lurking and living in the shadows, all of a sudden John Kerry at the State Department, appointed Shaarik Zafar to be the new special representative to Muslim communities — as though we don’t have enough “outreach” to Muslim communities.
Get this. I didn’t know this.
KERRY: Confronting climate change is, in the long run, one of the greatest challenges that we face, and you can see this duty or responsibility laid out in the Scriptures clearly beginning in Genesis.
RUSH: Wait a minute!
KERRY: The Muslim —
RUSH: He’s citing the Bible? A liberal Democrat? Whatever happened to “separation of church and state”? Whatever happened to getting rid of the “social issues”? I heard that a bunch of times last week, too. “The Republicans are never gonna win! They gotta get rid of the social issues, Rush.” Everywhere I go, everybody who claims to be a Republican, says, “You gotta get rid of the social issues!”
Well, really? Here comes Kerry: Global warming and Genesis? The Bible? Take this sound bite back to the top, Mike. I didn’t say, “Stop the tape!” but you stopped the tape. (interruption) Well, I said, “Wait a minute,” but that’s not, “Stop the tape!” I was just talking to myself. Anyway, hit it from the top again.
KERRY: Confronting climate change is, in the long run, one of the greatest challenges that we face, and you can see this duty or responsibility laid out in the Scriptures clearly beginning in Genesis. And Muslim majority countries are among the most vulnerable.
RUSH: Oh no.
KERRY: Our response to this challenge ought to be rooted in a sense of stewardship of earth, and for me and for many of us here today, that responsibility comes from God.
RUSH: I don’t believe… I don’t believe I heard that! I don’t believe what I just heard. So it’s okay to cite the Bible. It’s okay to broom the separation of church and state when talking about global warming outreach with Muslims. This was at a special ceremony in Washington last Wednesday about this global warming business, and it’s supposed man-made causes.