During a meeting with Jesuits in Bratislava on Tuesday, open-borders socialist Pope Francis dismissed his critics as doing “the work of the devil.”
There is “a large Catholic television channel that has no hesitation in continually speaking ill of the pope,” Francis said, referring to EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network). “I personally deserve attacks and insults because I am a sinner, but the Church does not deserve them. They are the work of the devil. I have also said this to some of them.”
“Some people accuse me of not talking about holiness. They say I always talk about social issues and that I’m a communist…” said the communist Francis. As for Catholics who have nostalgia for the ways of the past, Francis said, “It is a form of ideological colonization. It is not really a universal problem, but rather specific to the churches of certain countries. Life scares us.”
Speaking of of ideological colonization, Pope Francis’ work has focused a great deal on spreading a globalist, open-borders ideology that is undermining what little remains of Christendom. That sounds suspiciously like the work of the devil, too.