Speaking to the Corriere della Sera on February 8th Pope Francis numbered the radical Italian politician Emma Bonino “among the big ones of today’s Italy”. When the journalist pointed out that Bonino doesn’t think like the Church, Francis replied: “Whatever, one has to look at the persons, at what they do.” Bonino openly admitted that she performed more than 10,000 illegal abortions during 1975 alone. She would vacuum the unborn child from the womb of the abortive mother with an air pump — the kind used for bicycle tires — putting the remains of her victim into a glass jar. This picture shows Bonino while murdering a child.
“Tra i grandi dell’Italia di oggi” Bergoglio cita poi l’ex ministro Emma Bonino, facendo strabuzzare gli occhi ai suoi interlocutori e anche a tanti lettori. Lui però insiste e spiega che l’esponente radicale “è la persona che conosce meglio l’Africa”, che “ha offerto il miglior servizio all’Italia per conoscere l’Africa. Mi dicono: è gente che la pensa in modo molto diverso da noi. Vero, ma pazienza. Bisogna guardare alle persone, a quello che fanno”.
"Among the largest of today's" Bergoglio then quotes the former Minister Emma Bonino, making eye-rolling to his interlocutors, and also to many readers. But he insists and says that the Radical leader "is the person who knows best in Africa", which "offered the best service to Italy to learn about Africa. They say: it is people who think very differently from us. True, but never mind. We have to look at people, at what they do."
He also named former foreign minister Emma Bonino, ex-Italian president Giorgio Napolitano, and Lampedusa Mayor Giusi Nicolini as the country's "forgotten greats" for their selfless dedication to building bridges with Africa, to serving Italy, and to upholding the rights of refugees.
And this is what Emma Bonino does!
What does Jorge Bergoglio have to say about that?
Thanks to readers, we find more about she who Jorge Bergoglio has praised:
Legalisation of marijuana
Awarded by globalist and anti-Catholic George Soros
Promotion of euthanasia