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Is Pope coming to US to lecture us (and Donald Trump) with “nation of immigrants” propaganda?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 16, 2015

It sure sounds like it!  How dare he! And, who invited him to insert himself into our political system?

Oh, no surprise John Boehner*** invited him!

Previously we learned that Democrats are going to use the Pope’s visit to advance their goal of admitting 100,000 Syrians to the US in the next year!

Is Boehner working for Obama and the Democrats (just asking!)?

Citizens concerned about saving Western Civilization should be out in New York and Washington, DC protesting the message the Pope, we are told, will be spewing!   According to the editor of a Catholic magazine he may even quote that historically inaccurate Emma Lazarus poem to guilt-trip you.  Please spare us that lecture!

In 2013, Pope Francis helped fuel the invasion of Europe by welcoming illegal aliens to the island of Lampedusa. https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2013/07/09/pope-lectures-on-lampedusa/

If you can’t be out with a protest sign next week, every Catholic who disagrees with this Pope on immigration should pen a letter to your local paper that begins with:

This Pope does not speak for me!

This is the news featured at Drudge earlier this morning!

And the church wonders why so many of us have left it!

From the Financial Times:

When Pope Francis makes his maiden visit to the US next week, he will accomplish something that has eluded the 2016 presidential contenders — overshadowing Donald Trump, the frontrunner for the Republican nomination.

US television networks ​will provide wall-to-wall coverage of the visit, which will include the first speech by a Pope to Congress. [Thanks John Boehner!—ed] But while the pontiff will steal some of Mr Trump’s media thunder, he is also expected to wade into ​a debate about immigration — an issue that has helped propel the brash real estate magnate to the front of the Republican pack.

Trump at the border

Since losing the 2012 election, party leaders have talked about the need to appeal to Hispanics, who are the fastest growing segment of the US electorate. But Mr Trump has upended that plan by campaigning against illegal Mexican immigrants, some of whom he has called “rapists”, and reopening a polarising debate that the Republicans ​had ​hoped to avoid in 2016.

Vatican officials say Pope Francis will focus heavily on immigration during his visit, which would insert him into the middle of presidential politics and could unsettle conservatives even more than his critiques of capitalism and environmentalist rhetoric.

“The Pope obviously has a very soft spot in his heart for immigrants,” said one Holy See insider. “He won’t say, ‘open all borders’, but there’s no two ways about it, he will say, ‘let’s give our immigrant brothers and sisters a fair chance’.” [So, if not all borders, how many, whose borders, and how wide?  They will never answer those questions.—ed]

Give me a break!  Emma Lazurus blah! blah! blah!

Robert Mickens, the Rome-based editor-in-chief of Global Pulse, the Catholic magazine, said that concern for migrants had been “one of the central themes” of Pope Francis’ social teaching. “He doesn’t need to scold the lawmakers but I think he will challenge them not to abandon America’s long history of welcoming immigrants,” Mr Mickens said.

“I wouldn’t be at all surprised if the Pope were to quote those evocative line’s from Emma Lazarus’s poem that adorns the Statue of Liberty — ‘give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breath free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore’.”

There is more if you can stand it, click here. (Update:  Looks like the Financial Times may only let you in one time, but its o.k. we snipped the important part)

And, one more thing!  The Pope has made no appeal to put the persecuted Syrian Christians ahead of Sunni Muslims for protection by western countries.  Correct me if I am wrong!

Here, Hungarian Bishop tells Pope he is wrong on Syrians arriving in Europe, calls them invaders.

***Is Boehner keeping the lid on the House Judiciary Committee on the Syrian refugee question until after the Pope leaves?  Hmm!

11 Responses to “Is Pope coming to US to lecture us (and Donald Trump) with “nation of immigrants” propaganda?”

  1. […] When the Pope comes to Washington this coming week, I sure hope he is going to call out those doing the persecuting in the Middle East (but don’t count on it).   Let him know what you think!  Send letters to the editor wherever you live because you know the mainstream media is going to milk this visit for all its worth to promote the Democrats’ no-borders agenda. […]

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  2. This seems like a Catholic Nancy Pelosi and John Boehner plot to invigorate the Catholic church. It is inappropriate for Catholic House Speaker Boehner to use his position to promote Catholic philosophy. We need to work toward restoring peace in the home countries of these refugees. With over eighty five million poor being born every year does it make sense to overburden a bankrupt country like the USA with the cost taking care of the refugees of misgoverned countries? It is an affront to non Catholics to make the Pope the religious leader of the world. It is going to prove very divisive. There is a reason the Pope has never been asked to speak to the House in all the history of the nation. We are not a Catholic nation. Wake up America!

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  3. Dr. Rich Swier said

    Great. Posted: http://bit.ly/1QjLtHz

    Rich

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  4. futuret said

    http://lisahavennews.net/2015/09/17/revolution-civil-war-brewing-poll-reveals-staggering-information-that-will-make-your-jaw-drop-youll-be

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  5. domstudent11 said

    You can contact Speaker Boehner on his contact form (http://www.speaker.gov/contact) to let him know you are displeased that he has invited this communist to speak on a subject that most Americans are very angry about.

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  6. Wouldn’t our beloved El Papa prefer an invigorating walking tour across Syria?

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  7. […] WAIT, THERE’S MORE… […]

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  8. Brittius said

    Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    I do not like this current pope. In fact, I only liked Pope John Paul-II. Perhaps someone should explain to the New World Order Pope, the difference between a nation of immigrant, and people that break laws by Unlafully Entering & Remaining Within the United States. Maybe if someone broke into the Vatican, refused to leave, and stuffed treasures into their pockets and declared the chatels theirs because nobody forcibly removed them from the Vatican it is now theirs and the good within the burglarized premise, belongs to the criminals. I no longer consider myself a Catholic since this dangerous pope came to power. I will run with Franklin Graham.

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  9. Let me see if I understand this correctly, the people who join terrorist groups come from poverty. More then 90 percent of the refugees from the Middle East are living off our welfare system. So with that said, we have an all ready built in system for the growth of terrorism compliments of the federal government, The Pope, and the United Nations.

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  10. southofcincy said

    “let’s give our immigrant brothers and sisters a fair chance” ? Genuine immigrants already play fair. Obviously the Pope’s spokesman was talking of “illegal aliens”, and not immigrants. Wonder how “fair” all the folks in other countries who have applied for visas to come to the USA Legally feel about that…..

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  11. mjdred@aol.com said

    I have never left the Church. I am a latin mass traditional Catholic. I tried to be a part of the new Church but I was very involved in the Church, teaching religion, going to conferences at some point I felt the new Church was leaving Catholicism. I respect the seat of the pope but only read and live by the teachings of pope pius XII and before him. Many popes in the history of the Church were very political. I feel the first function of the pope is to bring souls to The Blessed Trinity. I truly do not care what anyone else thinks about how I practice my faith. As a jesuit, I believe this pope has no concept of the Church’s teachings. In the end heaven will deal with him. One cannot believe in liberation theology and still be Catholic, in my opinion. You have done grand work for our country and freedom. I am grateful God put you here at the same time I am here on earth. J.M.J.

    Jo dermody

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