Defending the innocent without arms, preserving the Sistine Chapel without ‘evil capitalists,’ Michelle Malkin reveals what’s central to the new FrancisChurch Liberation Theology 2.0 namely, hypocrisy.
Unlike Pope Francis, I believe that air-conditioning and the capitalists responsible for the technology are blessings to the world.
Perhaps the head of the Catholic Church, who condemned “the increasing use and power of air-conditioning” last week in a market-bashing encyclical, is unaware of the pioneering private company that has donated its time, energy and innovative heating, ventilating and air-conditioning equipment to the Vatican’s most famous edifice for more than a decade.
That’s right. While the pontiff sanctimoniously attacks “those who are obsessed with maximizing profits,” Carrier Corporation — a $13 billion for-profit company with 43,000 employees worldwide (now a unit of U.S.-based United Technologies Corp.) — ensures that the air in the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel stays clean and cool.
Last fall, Carrier unveiled a groundbreaking HVAC system for the Vatican to help preserve Michelangelo’s masterpieces against pollution caused by the estimated six million visitors who descend on the Sistine Chapel every year to see its famous frescoes.
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Aren’t capitalists just people working together and agreeing to help each other in the most beneficial way they determine, independently and on their own? Why is freedom now an evil thing? Why are we continually being bound up in some broad of nature that compels us to obey these Mao-ist rulers?
Hasn’t the Church already ironed out our relationship to nature? Why is everything some new, never before seen crisis?