The Pope continues his propaganda effort in support of the muslim
invasion flow immigration flow to Europe.
Francis invited all the children to pray the Hail Mary out loud together with him, in memory of all the migrants who have died at sea, especially in the memory of the six-year-old Syrian girl whose life jacket he was carrying.
The Pope then entered into a lively exchange with the students regarding the acceptance of immigrants.
During the conversation, the Pope urged everyone to awaken from indifference and, leaving aside excuses, to welcome others as brothers and sisters. Invoking the parable of the Good Samaritan, the Pope said that welcoming means taking care of others.
“Migrants are not a danger; they are in danger,” the Pope said. He then had the group repeat several times together with him: “They are not a danger, they are in danger.”
The stranger, Francis said, is not dangerous and bad. He should not scare us just because he has a different skin color, culture or religion, since we are all children of the same Father.
Asked by one of the children how someone can call himself a Christian and go to church, and then reject migrants, Francis spoke of hypocrisy, encouraging the children not to be selfish, but to have the courage to be generous.
Another ten-year-old child, named Antonio, said that people who do not welcome migrants “are beasts.”
Go here to read the rest. I guess if the Pope had mentioned to the kids the fact that Muslim “immigrants” have sometimes pushed Christians among them into the Mediterranean that might have spoiled the effect. Go here to read about one incident.
Additionally if the Pope had noted that muslims make up two percent of the population in Italy but 35% of those in Italian prisons, what would the kids have thought?
Perhaps I am being too harsh on the Pope. Perhaps he is not lying but merely delusional. The Pope may mentally actively filter out information that does not comport with what he wants to believe. Hmmm, that makes me feel so much better! In either case we have a man at the helm of the Church who either lies, or has an inability to look at facts straight on, if facts are counter to a policy which he supports.