In a not-so-subtle slight to Judeo-Christian beliefs, environmental activists smashed stone tablets atop Jebel Musa in Egypt, the mountain many believe to be Mount Sinai where Moses received the ten commandments written by the hand of God on stone tablets.
Singing Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" while they smash the tablets feels way too similar to the "this is the god that brought you out Egypt" moment in Exodus. Yikes!
The act was performed as part of a multi-faith climate repentance in a run up to the United Nations COP27 conference taking place in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh.
The United Nations is focusing this year's conference on:
...religious communities and religious leaders who are believed to have a key role to play in addressing climate change and criminal justice, which requires deep transformation within society.
Conference goals include climate repentance, which means changes in attitude and heart via the "ten universal commandments" of climate change:
- We are stewards of this world
- Creation manifests divinity
- Everything in life is interconnected
- Do no harm
- Look after tomorrow
- Rise above ego for our world
- Change our inner climate
- Repent and return
- Every action matters
- Use mind, open heart
The U.N. says that "collective survival" means all the world's religions should put aside their differences and "draw together inspirational teaching and spiritual ideas."
The original plan on Mount Sinai was to bring dozens of multi-faith leaders to the high place for the ceremony, but Egypt disallowed it, saying the "time was not right." So instead, there were just a few participants.
However, the climate cult has planned several ceremonies at "high places" around the world, including:
Parliament Hill — the highest point in London, Jerusalem, Salt Lake City, Ecuador, Australia, at India's Mount Abu in Rajasthan and in Calcutta, and at Mount St. Francis, a Catholic retreat center in Indiana.
As the climate-change adherents in global governments prepare to swing into full "religion mode," meeting on the high places to curse the God they say they don't believe in, take a moment to listen to this inspiring speech by Jordan Peterson in opposition to the power-hungry worshippers of Gaia:
And find some amusement in the fact that this is nothing new.
Man-caused environmental damage (sin-caused if you'd like) is a completely biblical phenomenon, and what these folks are doing is exactly what God says they'll do:
"...they cursed the name of God who had power over these plagues. They did not repent and give him glory." - Revelation 16:8-9