In his message on Thursday for the 2021 World Day of Migrants and Refugees, open-borders socialist Pope Francis said the Church of today is called to “widen her tent to embrace everyone,” especially migrants and foreigners.
We are “called to work together so that there will be no more walls that separate us, no longer others, but only a single ‘we,’ encompassing all of humanity,” Francis said. We must “make every effort to break down the walls that separate us and, in acknowledging our profound interconnection, build bridges that foster a culture of encounter. Today’s migration movements offer an opportunity for us to overcome our fears and let ourselves be enriched by the diversity of each person’s gifts.”
Francis went on to pontificate, if you will pardon the pun, about “the human family” in a speech peppered with such multicultural buzzwords as “diversity,” “intercultural dialogue,” and “enriching cultural exchanges.” Western countries already have all that, but listening to the Pope, one would think the West is a sterile, cultural wasteland of bigotry and xenophobia.
Curiously, he left out the civilizational threats of overwhelming mass migration such as economic overload, terrorism, disease, and the subversion of Christendom — the latter of which, by the way, ought to be his focus as Pope.
“Our ‘we,’ both in the wider world and within the Church, is crumbling and cracking due to myopic and aggressive forms of nationalism and radical individualism,” he continued. “And the highest price is being paid by those who most easily become viewed as others: foreigners, migrants, the marginalized, those living on the existential peripheries.”
No, the highest price is paid by citizens whose homelands and cultures are overrun by mass, uncontrolled immigration facilitated by globalist elites like the Pope, who preaches against private property while living in obscene wealth behind the high walls of Vatican City.