Nobel Peace Prize winner outspoken for anti-religious, anti-life views

.- Fr. Juan Claudio Sanahuja, director of Noticias Globales (“Global News”), a news agency that monitors the United Nations and other international organizations, warned this week the Nobel Peace Prize winner for this year, environmental activist Kenia Wangari Maathai, is renowned for her anti-life and anti-religious agenda.

According to Noticias Globales, Maathai, who was announced winner of the prize on October 8, is one of the leaders of the International Green Cross, an organization led by Mikhail Gorbachev that promotes a project called, “Letter from the Earth,” which seeks to replace the Ten Commandments with the “Environmentalist Decalogue.”

“Maathai actively participated in the launching of the United Religions Initiative, a new universal and relativistic form of worship,” which, according to Noticias Globales, is an effort to create “a new religion” that considers all opposition to abortion, “sexual and reproductive rights,” and to the social and legal recognition of homosexuality as “intolerable.”

Maathai, leader of the Green Movement in Kenya, said in 1998 during a conference on “Religion and Ecology,” organized by the UN Environmental Program, “We need to rewrite the Bible again.  A Bible in which man, the environment and God are all one, without differences, in order to break with the Abrahamic traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, which are dominated by an anthropocentrism in which nature is given secondary importance.”


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