What treachery. What betrayal. “Scanning the news so you don’t have to. So far nothing from the Pope about the oppression of Christians by Muslims in the Middle East and other parts of the world. Which brings this to mind. Can a holy man be holy if he betrays his own people and lets them be crushed by another faith without uttering a word of support or condemnation on his brothers’ behalf? Instead he offers them (and us) more bilge and doubletalk about the ‘religion of peace.'” (thanks to DF) It’s …. evil.
Nothing about the genocide of his people. Global warming, capitalism — these are the enemies of humanity. This Pope is a disaster.
Was there a time in modern history (outside of the wholesale jihad slaughter of the Armenian, Assyrian, Greek genocide a hundred years ago) when Christians were in more dire need of a leader to speak for them?
I still wonder why Pope Benedict resigned. He was quite astute on Islamic theology and he was brave to speak of it the way he did. His resignation was ….. not kosher.
The Pope says the Koran is a book of peace and that Islam is not violent religion
UPDATE: This is hardly the first time the Pope has made such remarks:
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