Saturday, 7 May 2016

Pope Francis dreams of the end of the Europe

Look at these two. Take a good look. They laugh and joke with each other and plot the destruction of European civilisation, or what is left of it.

The one on the left is an old East German communist. She hates her German past.  The one on the right? He is a Peronist; an economic Marxist. He is incompetent in regard to what is happening; at best he is ill-informed, at worst, he is a party to it. 

The two of these are plotting the end of Europe. The crisis which we saw last summer is coming again. It is a plot being managed by a great unseen hand to undermine the last remaining vestiges of a Christian culture in Europe. How evil is it that the Vicar of Christ on Earth is part of this evil machination to undermine Europe's past and future. The problem of the "migrants" must be solved. It must be solved by utterly destroying the evil force which caused it and then send them back to rebuilt their own nation states.

If, Europe was strongly Christian. If Jorge Bergoglio was not a purveyor of false ecumenism and religious indifferentism then maybe Europe might have something to gain by accepting these people. Since neither are the case, it is Europe's death knell.

What is happening is a plan to destroy Europe and bring it into chaos. That's right, "order out of chaos." This great, unseen, manipulative, and demonic hand that is causing this is full supported by these two. Merkel, I can understand, but the Vicar of Christ on Earth?

Do I have no sympathy? Yes, I surely do. The blood in my veins is from Mount Lebanon. The Syrians are my cousins. The issue is similar to that of Donald Trump and the "wall." Nations have a right and a duty to protect themselves from invasion. What we are seeing in both examples is an invasion. The solution is the opposite of Bergoglio's "dream," it is in fact, a wall! The other part is to stop the reason for it.

The plan is simple; undermine European culture and threaten its very existence, riots and civil unrest, even civil war will erupt as Europeans fight back; the Mohammedan migrants will create chaos, rapes, murder, terror, and mayhem. Europe will enforce martial law and the erasing of all borders in order to make it happen across the continent. The realisation that Islam is a problem will be solved. A new religion, a new dynamic of dialogue will emerge. There will be one religion for all Europeans. They will buy into it for the sake of peace and security. They will sell their very souls for it. It will start there and it will come here. It will be secularist, universalist. it will be the cosmic "christ" and "christ" consciousness. I am christ, you are christ, we are christ. I am mahomet, you are mahomet. we are all one. 

It's all been written down in a book on the Island of Patmos. 

Where in this rambling manifesto of dreams does Jorge Bergoglio once mention Our Lord Jesus Christ?

To him, Our Lord Jesus Christ is an embarrassment.

Dialogue, dialogue, dialogue.

Dialogue straight into Hell.

Europe, you've not listened to the Pope on matters of faith, whatever you do, don't start now on his economics and geopolitics. 

Hungary! Poland. Rise up to wake up Europe!

Lord Jesus Christ, save us from this Pope!


Vatican City (AFP) - Pope Francis said Friday he dreamed of a Europe in which "being a migrant is not a crime", as he urged EU leaders to "tear down the walls" and build a fairer society.

Invoking the memory of the EU founding fathers' pursuit of integration in the aftermath of World War II, the pontiff said they inspired because they had "dared to change radically the models" that had led to war.

"Today more than ever, their vision inspires us to build bridges and tear down walls," he told a Vatican audience including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has been at the centre of the EU's attempts to resolve its biggest refugee crisis since the war ended in 1945.

And in a rhetorical flourish with echoes of Martin Luther-King's legendary 'I have a dream' speech, the pope said he dreamed of a new European humanism that embraced the poor, the elderly, the young and the sick.

"I dream of a Europe where being a migrant is not a crime but a summons to greater commitment on behalf of the dignity of every human being," he said.

Francis's comments came in a speech as the 79-year-old pontiff was presented with the EU's Charlemagne Prize for his contribution to European unification.

Having unexpectedly decided to accept the award, Francis delivered a typically hard-hitting message to listeners that also included the heads of the EU's main institutions, the Council, the Commission, the Parliament and its central bank.

"What has happened to you, the Europe of humanism, the champion of human rights, democracy and freedom?" he asked. "What has happened to you, Europe, the home of poets, philosophers, artists, musicians, and men and women of letters?"

Francis has made the cause of migrants trying to reach Europe one of the defining themes of his papacy.

He has regularly railed against the "indifference" of western societies to their plight and last month he made a high-profile visit to Lesbos, the Greek island on the frontline of the crisis, returning to the Vatican with three Syrian families seeking asylum from the civil war ravaging their homeland.

- A memory transfusion needed -

He has also attacked what he says is an arbitrary division being made between asylum seekers and so-called economic migrants -- a distinction at the heart of Merkel and other EU leaders' vision of how to resolve the crisis.

Borrowing a phrase from writer and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel, the Argentinian pontiff said Friday that Europe needed a "memory transfusion" to free itself from the temptation of "quick and easy short-term political gains."

And after that reference to the migrant crisis, Francis went on to say Europe had to fundamentally change its economic model to give the continent's youth the security they needed to build a new world.

"If we want to rethink our society, we need to create dignified and well-paying jobs, especially for our young people," he said.

"To do so requires coming up with new, more inclusive and equitable economic models, aimed not at serving the few, but at benefiting ordinary people and society as a whole.

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Parliament President Martin Schulz explained the decision to give the award to such a regular and prominent critic of the EU in a column for France's Le Monde.

"Some will joke that the European Union must be in a bad way if it is in need of papal assistance," they wrote.

"We are convinced that Pope Francis deserves this prize, however, simply because he has sent Europe a message of hope.

"Perhaps we needed an Argentinian to turn his outsider's gaze on the innermost values which bind us Europeans together, to remind us of our strengths.

"After all, at times when the words 'Europe' and 'crisis' are often uttered in the same breath it is easy to forget what Europe has achieved and what it is capable of."


The Farney Fontenoy said...

"As is the case across the board in realms of human experience, all that is needed for something to go bad is for one or two key positions to be occupied by bad people."

Anonymous said...

Vox you are dead on with what will likely happen with Europe, and the rest of the world to follow. It will be almost exactly as Monsignor Benson foresaw in Lord of the World, along with the leftist brutality of Orwell's 1984. Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us.

Mark Thomas said...

In fairness to His Holiness Pope Francis, there are considerations in play that extend far beyond him...

1. Long before Pope Francis' arrived on the scene, Europe's Christians had thrown in with artificial birth control and abortion racketeers who promoted the Sexual Revolution. The overwhelming majority of Europeans joined willingly the Culture of Death. Europe's Protestants led the way...then, Catholics followed.

2. There is also the World War II factor to consider. Millions of Europeans died during WWII. Millions of Europeans were displaced as a result of the war. Europe's labor market was in shambles. Therefore, Europe's business leaders turned to guest workers, who obtained eventual citizenship, from Islamic countries to pad Europe's labor force.

During the 1970s and 1980s, as Europe's economy slowed, attempts were made by European nations to slow or halt Islamic immigration into Europe. However, that policy failed as the Islamic migrants who years and decades earlier had arrived in Europe had generated large families, gained citizenship, remained in Europe, and, in many cases, were permitted to bring relatives into Europe.

3. Then there is the fact that in regard to migrants and refugees, Pope Francis upholds the Church's Social Teaching. The Church long ago recognized that God's children are free to move about the earth. Popes, such as Venerable Pius XII, who dealt with mass movements of migrants and refugees, declared that people had the right to move about the world.

Pope Venerable Pius XII, began his August 1, 1952 A.D., Apostolic Constitution Exsul Familia Nazarethana with the following teaching:

"The émigré Holy Family of Nazareth, fleeing into Egypt, is the archetype of every refugee family. Jesus, Mary and Joseph, living in exile in Egypt to escape the fury of an evil king, are, for all times and all places, the models and protectors of every migrant, alien and refugee of whatever kind who, whether compelled by fear of persecution or by want, is forced to leave his native land, his beloved parents and relatives, his close friends, and to seek a foreign soil."

4. If the majority of Europe's Catholics and Protestants would obey God's teachings on life, and, in turn, abandon the Culture of Death, then they would reproduce at a rate which would ensure their survival and dominance in Europe. Unfortunately, Europe's "Christians" prefer to practice artificial birth control and abortion.

5. Pope Francis has called upon Catholics to generate large families. Europe's Catholics have refused to heed his call in that regard.


Sunday, 28 December 2014 A.D.


Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas said...

European Christians...ensure your survival and dominance of Europe via large families.


Sunday, 28 December 2014 A.D.


"Dear Brothers and Sisters, Good morning!

"I am pleased to meet you on the ten-year anniversary of the Association which brings large families together in Italy. It shows that you love the family and you love life!

"In a world often marked by selfishness, a large family is a school of solidarity and sharing; and this attitude is to the benefit of society as a whole.

"The presence of large families is a hope for society.

"Dear parents, I am grateful for your example of the love of life, which you guard from conception until the natural end, even with all of life’s difficulties and burdens, which unfortunately public institutions do not always help you to bear. You rightly recall that the Italian Constitution, under Article 31, calls for particular consideration to large families; but this is not adequately reflected in reality. It remains in print.

"I therefore hope, also in view of the low birth rate that has been recorded for some time in Italy, for greater attention in policies and from public administrators at every level, in order to give the envisaged support to these families.

"Each family is a cell of society, but a large family is a richer, more vital cell, and the State has every interest in investing in it!

"Therefore, families joined in associations — like this one in Italy and like those in other European countries, represented here — are welcome; and also welcome is a network of family associations which are present and visible in society and in politics.

"In this regard, St John Paul II wrote: “families should grow in awareness of being ‘protagonists’ of what is known as ‘family politics’ and assume responsibility for transforming society; otherwise families will be the first victims of the evils that they have done no more than note with indifference” (Apostolic Exhortation Familiaris Consortio, n. 44)."


Mark Thomas

Vox Cantoris said...

Yes, Mark; you are correct. Both wars, in fact, undermined Europe's population beyond just those killed. The problem now is the crisis and the manipulation of the situation. Middle Eastern interference has been an error. Under the current circumstances, Europe is ill equipped, a disaster of their own making.

Joseph D'Hippolito said...

Mr. Thomas, consider the following:

1. Egypt was a Roman province at the time of Christ's birth. Therefore, the Holy Family was not fleeing to another country but to another part of the Roman Empire.

2. Migrants have a social responsibility to act morally and obey the laws of their home, not to overturn them. Muslims in the United States and Canada are trying to do just that. The Democratic Party in the United States has openly sided with illegal migrants who commit crimes as opposed to their victims, the vast majority of whom are legal residents.

3. World War II, economic problems, abortion and contraception are no excuses for Francis to call for open borders, which he and the bishops around the developed world effectively advocate. The Belgian bishops invited Muslim squatters to their churches as a means of intimidating the Belgian government to grant amnesty. These squatters would build fires on the church floor and even put a television on the altar:

4. Since Vatican II, the Vatican has embraced the materialist, globalist paradigm governing secular society. That embrace influences Church policy far more than any sense of Catholic "social teaching":