Tonight on The Hal Lindsey Report

The refugee crisis in Europe grows uglier by the day. Mobs of angry migrants, many of whom are fleeing the Syrian civil war, are encountering resistance from the European nations they are seeking to enter. 

The influx of refugees and migrants, most of whom are Muslim, threatens to overwhelm existing European abilities to cope with the human tsunami. 

Peter Szijjarto, Hungary's Foreign Minister, recently said that it is not an exaggeration that there might be as many as 35 million migrants flooding Europe and the West. 

The image of 35 million angry, rioting migrants, shouting "Allahu Akbar!" and demanding free entry raises an awful question that leaders in Europe and the United States do not seem ready to address: When does a migration become an invasion? 

"Hijrah" means "jihad by emigration." The Koran teaches immigration as a way to spread Islam. 

Already, the imam at Al-Aqsa Mosque on Temple Mount in Jerusalem is threatening Europe. Imam Sheikh Muhammad Ayed recently admonished his congregation, "Europe has become old and decrepit and needs human reinforcement... Soon, we will trample them underfoot... we shall conquer their countries!" 

In February, ISIS threatened to send 500,000 migrants into Europe. They even published a booklet for potential jihadists with information on how to move to Libya, then from there emigrate more easily into Europe. But now, they are passing directly into Europe via Turkey. 

Even though some writers have criticized European nations for resisting this flood of Muslim refugees by comparing them to the Jewish refugees prior to World War Two, the analogy is flawed. The Jews in the 1930s were fleeing those who were murdering them because they were Jews. Most of today's refugees from Syria and other Middle Eastern nations are running from the results of Islam. 

But they're not running from Islam itself. 

Instead, they're carrying the destructive religion of Mohammed with them. They're bringing with them the very thing that made their lives miserable in the first place - the false religion of Islam! 

In 1478, Spanish monarchs Ferdinand II and Isabella I established a tribunal now commonly known as "The Spanish Inquisition." It was a futile attempt to maintain Catholic orthodoxy by intimidation and torture. 

Historians now see The Inquisition as one of the darkest chapters in human history. 

Well, there's a new religion on the scene and a new inquisition on the horizon. And it's not happening in Europe, but right here in the United States. 

The religion is Scientism, especially as it relates to man-made climate change. And the tribunal may well be a collaboration between insecure (and dishonest?) climate change scientists and power-hungry politicians. 

Do you think I'm just being an alarmist? Consider this. Recently, 20 prominent climate change scientists and professionals wrote a letter to President Obama and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch. They asked the President to utilize RICO laws to find, prosecute, and punish other scientists and organizations who do not believe as they do. 

RICO stands for "Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act." This is the law that Congress passed many years ago to fight organized crime. 

In other words, these scientists are asking the government of the United States of America to launch a New Inquisition. And you just thought we lived in an "enlightened" age! Obviously, human nature remains the same. 

But even more frightening is the fact that these scientists were not the first to think of this cowardly and unconstitutional ploy. A sitting U.S. Senator, Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, beat them to the sucker punch. In a Washington Post editorial, Senator Whitehouse accused the fossil fuel industry of funding research that directly contradicts conventional climate science. 

Hey, forget about free speech or freedom of opinion. He thinks that anyone who doesn't see things his way is only in it for the money. Never mind that the climate scientists who toe the elitist line clean up with grants, university tenure, publishing contracts, plum teaching positions, and mega-dollar research projects. 

Peer pressure in the academic community is almost unbearable. That's why even though huge numbers of reputable scientists do not believe in man-made climate change, you seldom hear about them. They fear for their jobs. 

And they fear condemnation and ostracization by the complicit mainstream media. 

Ironically, even Pope Francis, who is currently pushing man-made climate change right here in the United States, is contributing to the New Inquisition. By joining with the world's elitists to promote this bogus catastrophe, the pope is contributing forcefully to changing world opinion on this trumped-up power grab. 

The upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris on November 30, may turn out to be a major milestone on the road to one-world government. 

Remember, this is not just about climate. This is ultimately about control. If enough people buy into the false premise, they will relinquish control to international governing bodies who will then control the world's corporations and countries through taxation and regulatory mechanisms. 

Did you ever think that one-world government might actually come into existence by virtue of its ability to tax you for exhaling or drinking water? 

The Apostle Paul warned that in the last days, "perilous times will come." He could have also added "bizarre," and "strange" to that description! 

These are those times! 

But, do not fear. God Himself, in one of the strongest promises given in the Bible declared that man cannot and will not change the climate on earth. He said, "While the earth remains, Seedtime and harvest, And cold and heat, And summer and winter, And day and night SHALL NOT CEASE!" 

Personally, I choose to stand on the promises of the Architect of the Universe, the Creator of the earth and the heavens. If He says that man cannot change the order of things, including the climate, then I believe Him. 

Don't miss this week's Report here Sunday.
God Bless,

Hal Lindsey
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