Following his weekly General Audience Wednesday, open-borders globalist Pope Francis took a swipe at Hungary’s stubborn sense of national sovereignty, insisting “no country can exempt itself” from its “obligations” to take in migrants.
On Tuesday, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán rejected a ruling by the European Union’s (EU) Court of Justice that his government had “failed to fulfill its obligations” to relax its immigration laws. “We will maintain the existing regime, even if the European court ordered us to change it,” Orbán declared. Bravo.
But the Pope said that all European nations should share in the “consequences” of the ongoing mass migration from the Mediterranean area.
“During my visit to Cyprus and Greece, I was able to once again personally touch wounded humanity in refugees and migrants,” Francis stated. “I also noted how only some European countries are bearing most of the consequences of this migratory phenomenon in the Mediterranean area, while in reality, a shared responsibility is necessary from which no country can exempt itself.”
The pope singled out Italy for praise, while urging other European countries to follow suit. “This is a small sign that I hope will serve as a stimulus for other European countries, so that they might allow the local ecclesial communities to take care of other brothers and sisters who are in urgent need of being relocated,” he stated. “All that is needed is an open door!”
It’s all very well for a man who lives in obscene luxury and under heavy security to place such “obligations” on others, but the reality is that unlimited, uncontrolled mass migration, especially from countries with radically different cultures from that of Europe, has a devastating economic, social, and legal effect on the citizens of host nations.