If  Trumps proposed wall is so awful as Jorge Mario Bergoglio aka. “The Pope” said, why does the Pope have an even higher and wider wall around the Vatican? If he’s so worried about the poor, why hasn’t he sold some of the billions of artwork for which he’s using a big, fat wall with his Swiss Guard to protect? BTW, the Swiss pay for his personal guard, he has no salary nor income but he nevertheless condemns Capitalism for which Liberty is necessary for Capitalism to rise. Why? Why is he against Liberty?
The Pope stood in Juarez — the city where hundreds of women have been murdered — which he briefly mentioned, but the Very Important Victims according to Francis are the illegal aliens “expelled by poverty and violence, by drug trafficking and criminal organizations.”
The pope denounced corruption in Mexico during his trip, yet he wants America to admit millions of criminals to our country. Since the DoJ reported several years ago that Mexican drug gangs operate in more than 200 US cities.

Also, — Mexico is rich, consistently ranking around #15 in world GDP, and could well afford to take better care of its citizens. But it pretends to be poor, because the position offers advantages for begging in Washington.

Why does the Pope promote people violating America’s Southern Border? What’s wrong with the man?

The answer isn’t complicated. He does not like Capitalism because Capitalism and Liberty are inconsistent with his belief system that’s more in the style of someone in complete control and command which is to say the opposite of Democracy. The Pope is very consistent with his condemnation of Capitalism and his church and his religion have subsisted for 2,016 years without accepting it.
“Donald Trump isn’t the only one who wants to build a wall,” said Rev. Graham. “Other Republican candidates Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Dr. Ben Carson as well as millions of Americans, also want to build a wall – in order to protect America from enemies who want to use the U.S./Mexican border as a way to enter our country and do us harm.”
“Are they not Christian either?” asked Rev. Graham.
He continued, “My advice to the Pontiff – reach out and build a bridge to Donald Trump. Who knows where he may be this time next year!”

Pope Francis is a practicing, full throated Jesuit. Cardinal Bellarmine the science-denier prosecutor of Galileo, — was a Jesuit. They were created to be troublemakers not peacemakers. They see peace as their opportunity to start trouble.Though not initially formed for the purpose, the Jesuits are hot to stop Protestantism. They have never revoked or modified their attacks against Protestantism and Capitalism which explains Pope Francis’ attacks and condemnation of Donald Trump, one of the worlds most successful Capitalists who has what is self-denied by the Pope: children. Not a hypocrite? Or simply a denier of Liberty??

John Adams had these comments about the reappearance in America of the Jesuits who followed Loyola: “I do not like the reappearance of the Jesuits…. Shall we not have regular swarms of them here, in as many disguises as only a king of the gipsies can assume, dressed as printers, publishers, writers and schoolmasters? If ever there was a body of men who merited damnation on earth and in Hell, it is this society of Loyola’s. Nevertheless, we are compelled by our system of religious toleration to offer them an asylum.” It’s not surprising that Adams would despise the Jesuits. The Society of Jesus was founded on obedience to a foreign power. And then there’s the whole Catholic thing. “Indeed, Mr. Jefferson,” he wrote two years earlier. “What could be invented to debase the ancient Christianism which Greeks, Romans, Hebrews and Christian factions, above all the Catholics, have not fraudulently imposed upon the public?” And in 1821 he asked, “Can a free government possibly exist with the Roman Catholic religion? John Adams was a good man–brave, hardworking, loving. Americans owe him a debt that can never be repaid. Our second president was very much a man of his times, and so his antipathy to the Society of Jesus is perhaps not surprising. But imagine the lively conversations that John Adams and Pope Francis might have had. Or are we having right now?.


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