Pope Francis is the most pro-Islamic, subjugated Pope in modern history. Yet they have still threatened to kill him, which is further proof that submission and accommodation to Islam is perceived as weakness and gives way to more demands, more conquest, more attacks in the cause of Islam.
This Pope is a disgrace. He is selling out his people, condemning them to futures of unimaginable misery. He seems hell-bent on making sure that Europe commits suicide. He is betraying the Catholic (and non-Catholic) people of Europe, and encouraging the entrance into Europe of people among whom he knows there will be violent jihadis, and he doesn’t care. Europeans dead? It’s the price of diversity! I am beginning to believe that somebody somewhere has something on this turncoat tool. He has abandoned his flock — the hundreds of thousands of Christians subjugated, oppressed and slaughtered under Islamic law are all but forgotten by their “fearless” leader.
“It’s a sin if fear makes us hostile to migrants, says the Pope as he addresses Mass for refugees,” Mailonline, January 14, 2018 (thanks to Mark):
Pope Francis told the Catholic faithful today that it is sinful to allow fear of mass migration to ‘feed hostility and rejection’ of migrants.
He explained that mutual fears between immigrants and their new communities are understandable, but must not prevent new arrivals from being welcomed and integrated.
In a special Mass to mark the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, Francis added: ‘Local communities are sometimes afraid that the newly arrived will disturb the established order, will “steal” something they have long laboured to build up.
‘The newly arrived,’ he went on, ‘are afraid of confrontation, judgement, discrimination, failure.’
Francis, a keen defender of migrants’ rights, was addressing a congregation including immigrants and refugees from some 50 countries, whose flags festooned the area around the altar in St Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican.
‘Having doubts and fears is not a sin. The sin is to allow these fears to determine our responses, to limit our choices, to compromise respect and generosity, to feed hostility and rejection.’
As politicians and civil society grapple with the mass movement of people around the world, with flashpoints including in the Mediterranean, and between Myanmar and Bangladesh, the pope has repeatedly urged support for those who move to other countries.
Argentine Francis, who was the first non-European elected to the post in nearly 1,300 years, has criticised US President Donald Trump’s stated intention to build a wall to stop illegal migrants crossing the American border with Mexico.
The leader of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics also met Muslim refugees in Myanmar and Bangladesh last year and called for decisive action to solve political problems that cause many to flee.
Today, he said newcomers must ‘know and respect the laws, the culture and the traditions of the countries that take them in’….
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