Pope Francis has it exactly backwards

Muslim  “refugees” entering Europe expect acquiescence to their lifestyles, not the other way around

When Pope Francis traveled to the United States last September — after first visiting with and warmly greeting the Cuban Communist dictator Raul Castro — he used the occasion to chastise the United States on various issues, among them his fervent plea for us to accept more refugees fleeing Syria. He also urged compassion for the hordes of illegal aliens flooding through our southern border, advising that we should graciously accept them.

“Let us remember the golden rule: ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,’” he directed.

Francis oddly urged Americans to reject blind adherence to ideology, be it religion or capitalism. Redistribution of wealth, a Marxist principle, is one of his frequent themes along with the disputed science of climate change. He previously blasted ‘trickle-down’ economics, a basic tenet of President Reagan’s economic policy as a “crude and naive theory,” and stated “inequality is the root of social evil.”

Monday, in his annual address to diplomats in Vatican City, Francis initially appeared to evidence a bit of a change of heart, as he warned that the recent influx of Muslim refugees risked overwhelming European values and traditions. He concluded, however, by saying he was confident the continent could successfully integrate the newcomers.

Even the pope knows integrating the newcomers will be an impossible task, (video) since Europeans, with low birth rates, are not even replacing themselves. Middle Eastern and African Muslims have large families. Moreover, Islam is not a counterpart of what we regard as our Judeo-Christian religious heritage.  It strictly dictates every aspect of life — moral, economic, political, legal, social and cultural — requiring compliance with Sharia law for its adherents. The immigrants entering Europe expect acquiesce to their lifestyles, not the other way around.

European women and girls are targeted by the male refugees. Rape in Germany has been described as reaching epidemic levels.  Sweden is now known as the rape capital of the West. Vetting those bent on terrorism is impossible.

Francis made headlines last year for taking a Melkite Greek Catholic refugee family from Damascus, Syria into Vatican City. He did not bring Muslims into his cloistered world. No further news of their whereabouts has been made available.

In February he will travel to Mexico and Juarez, on the border with Texas, to draw attention to the issue of illegal immigration, which has become a focal point of U.S. presidential campaigns. It’s a sure bet the pope is not in favor of a border wall, though he is secure in Vatican City, a virtual fortress contained behind four-foot thick stone walls which rise 39-feet high.

Yep. He’s got a border wall.

8 Responses to Pope Francis has it exactly backwards

  1. Realist says:

    In reading this, “Do as I say, not as I do,” comes immediately to mind.

  2. Matt DeGennaro says:

    Over 1 million Muslims from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan and sub-Saharan Africa entered Europe in recent years, many illegally using Greece and Italy with their proximity to the Mediterranean as a portal. It will never again be the Europe we have known. They have no intention of adapting into the cultures of the countries they are entering. What is the Pope thinking?

  3. Terry Dudas says:

    The Pope thinks like a Socialist because he believes in Socialism. He is a fool.

  4. Conservative Since Birth says:

    All at one time, we have anti-Western, anti-capitalists in positions of power. The Pope (from Communist background); Obama, an America-hater brought up by Communists; Hugo Chavez – Marxist, now deceased, but Venezuela is doomed; Cuba – “opened up” by Obama, who will likely give Gitmo back at the risk of the security of the U.S.; Canada has a Marxist prime minister now who is taking Canada by the horns; NYC has a Marxist mayor; Philadelphia’s mayor is a Marxist. The Democrats have a far-left “Democratic socialist” running for president who has made inroads around the country.

    To create a one world government, nationalism must be destroyed. To destroy nationalism, homogenous populations are made heterogenous by infusing large numbers of foreign immigrants of other races and religions and start with the strongest nations. We’re witnessing it first hand.

  5. Vince says:

    This is the Mexico whose citizens El Popo thinks we are supposed to welcome with open arms. Phooey!

    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/c316c8e769354f62a56910545286bf95/mexico-mayor-slain-day-after-taking-office

  6. Kathy says:

    Cuban government destroying a Christian church – ah yes, the Pope praised the Cuban government for their openness??? All the while Cuba was arresting and imprisoning people to hide from the Pope – he is truly blind.
    http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2016/01/12/government-destroys-evangelical-church-in-cuba/

  7. Patriot Dad says:

    Francis certainly makes us all, Catholics and non-Catholics alike (me), long for Benedict, the pope who knew first hand the evils of communism. There’s got to be an intriguing back story to why this good man was forced to resign from the papacy… the first to do so in over 600 years… to clear the way for this arrogant communist.

  8. Saguaro Sam says:

    Pope Francis either does not know history or chooses to ignore it.
    The Muslims have attempted to take over Europe during past centuries. Then and now, they have threatened to destroy the Vatican.

    During the past few weeks, Muslim men in great numbers have held noisy marches outside of an Italian Catholic cathedral and several old churches in France have been destroyed in arson fires.

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