Pope Francis has praised historical examples of depopulation by arguing that they helped to “reverse global warming.”
The pope made the comment during his historical trip to Mongolia.
Francis downplayed the atrocities of Genghis Khan’s Mongolian empire which wiped out 11% of the global population in the 13th century.
The head of the Catholic Church defended the mass extinction event by quoting “climate scientists” who claim the mass population reduction unwittingly decreased “global warming.”
According to the pope, the Mongol Empire model, which oversaw the greatest global depopulation in human history, “should be valued and re-proposed in our own day” due to their contribution to reducing the alleged “risk” from the “climate crisis” today.
Genghis Khan, born as Temujin in the Mongol steppe, is remembered as the conqueror of the largest contiguous land empire in history.
However, he also lives in infamy for his brutality.
His conquests saw the murder of 40 million people — which represented 11% of the global population in the 13th century.
According to scientists, so many people were killed that Khan should be celebrated for unwittingly “fighting global warming.”
Pope Francis has offered his radical leftist take on the brutal mass murderer and his Mongol Empire, praising