(Liberty Bell) – Pope Francis will most certainly go down in history as the world’s first “woke pope.”
When he’s not rambling on about climate change or threatening eternal punishment for “sins against the earth,” he’s railing against open borders.
In his most recent demonstration, the woke pontiff has compared US President Donald Trump to a figure in the Bible who not only tried to kill the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ but massacred innocent children en masse in an attempt to prevent the newborn Messiah from taking his crown.
Because trying to keep one’s nation secure from drugs and stop a raging human trafficking crisis that disproportionately targets women and children is totally the same thing as murdering possibly tens of thousands of babies because you’re intimidated by the Jewish Messiah.
It was revealed in a Jesuit journal on Thursday that, while speaking with some Jesuit brothers during a recent visit to Thailand, Pope Francis was very straight forward in his condemnation of POTUS and his comparison between the leader of the free world and the evil King Herod.
“In other parts there are walls that even separate children from parents. Herod comes to mind,” Francis said. “Yet for drugs, there’s no wall to keep them out.”
“The phenomenon of migration is compounded by war, hunger and a ‘defensive mindset,’ which makes us in a state of fear believe that you can defend yourself only by strengthening borders. At the same time, there is exploitation.”’
In the Q&A session, Francis also proposed that the rise of populism is at the root of the migrants’ problems in Europe.
Right, because masses of welfare-seeking civilization jihadis and military-aged males from wart-torn places who bring higher crime rates with them and refuse to assimilate to the culture don’t cause problems for Europeans at all? Yeah, right.
“I must admit that I am shocked by some of the narratives I hear in Europe about borders,” the pope said. “Populism is gaining strength.”
“The phenomenon of refugees has always existed, but today it is better known because of social differences, hunger, political tensions and especially war. For these reasons, migratory movements are intensifying,” he said.
“What is the answer the world gives? The policy of waste,” he continued. “Refugees are waste material. The Mediterranean has been turned into a cemetery. The notorious cruelty of some detention centers in Libya touches my heart.”
“The Christian tradition has a rich evangelical experience in dealing with the problem of refugees. We also remember the importance of welcoming the foreigner as the Old Testament teaches us,” he said.