During a Good Friday interview on Italian television, open-borders socialist Pope Francis accused the West of racism, insisting migrants are “subdivided” by skin color and country of origin.
“Refugees are subdivided,” he declared. “There’s first class, second class, skin color, [whether] they come from a developed country [or] one that is not developed. We are racists, we are racists. And this is bad.”
“The problem of the refugees is a problem that Jesus suffered too, because he was a migrant and a refugee in Egypt when he was a child, to escape death,” he said. “How many of them are suffering to escape death!”
The pope went on to praise a painting of the flight into Egypt by an Italian artist who portrayed Saint Joseph as a clean-shaven, modern-day Syrian fleeing the war with his child.
“An anguished face that these people have, just like Jesus, forced to flee,” Francis said. “He sent it to me and I made holy cards from it.”