Ambassador Nigel Baker presents credentials to the Pope
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British Ambassador to the Holy See, Nigel Baker
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“the moral input from the Holy See”
Since the Holy See has demonstrated its immorality so dramatically in its deeds, why should the UK take any notice of its words? One might argue that a good argument is no less good coming from a bad source, but given the devious style of the Holy See, why risk being misled into thinking that a bad argument is good when more trustworthy sources exist? In welcoming the Ambassador, the Pope gave a fairly sensible speech, but sneaked (snuck?) in a qualifier towards the end that exposed the theological agendum. The situation regarding climate change is too desperate to accomodate fantasy.