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No Joke: Francis warns of “Islamization”!

No, this isn’t an April Fool’s joke, and you couldn’t use it as one because no one would believe you: The Austrian news magazine Profil reports on its web site that at a recent private audience with Austrian “Catholics”, “Pope” Francis has expressed his concern about an “Islamization” of the nation.

Here is a translation of the brief report:

Pope criticizes Cardinal Schönborn

Francis warns of Islamization — sees “indifferent attitude” in Catholics towards their own faith

As Profil reports in its current issue, Pope Francis has criticized Cardinal [Christoph] Schönborn [of Vienna]. “I have a different attitude to Islamization than your cardinal does”, he stated shortly before the national elections [of Oct. 15] during a private audience for a small group of Catholics from Austria. He said he does “not care for mistaken tolerance” and that he misses “the missionary [element] in this debate”. His biggest worry is not so much the spread of Islam itself as the “indifferent attitude” Catholics have towards their own faith, which leads to this mistaken [notion of] tolerance, the Pope explained during the audience [given] in the German language, which he learned when he was a student in Germany.

(“Pope criticizes Cardinal Schönborn”, Profil, Oct. 21, 2017; our translation.)

Now this really takes the cake! The next thing you know, Francis will denounce Modernism as a pernicious heresy threatening the integrity of the Faith!

What’s remarkable here is the chutzpah with which Chaos Frank makes these statements when he must know that he is the last person on earth who could credibly lament the Islamization of the West! How stupid does he think people are?

Let’s briefly review some of the facts about Francis and Islam to allow every reader to determine for himself how credible it is for the Vatican’s Chief Apostate to “lament” the decline of Catholicism and the rise of Islam. Needless to say, this is just a very small sample:

When speaking to mixed audiences, Francis is notorious for giving endless speeches that never mention God or Jesus Christ (see example here) except as gimmicks to promote his false Gospel of Man. He is a Naturalist through and through. He preaches Christ only to Christians (and even then it’s a distorted Christ and a false gospel). He preaches  Judaism to Jews and Islam to Muslims. He preaches “humanity” and naturalist “goodness” to secularists and pagans.

There is not a Catholic bone in the man’s body. Recall his embarrassing and revealing “10 Tips for a Happy Life”, in which He didn’t mention God at all. The list might as well have been compiled by the Dalai Lama, Ban Ki-moon, or Angela Merkel.

His acceptance speech for the Charlemagne Prize in 2016 was filled with Naturalist blather focused entirely on temporal concerns, with no thought given at all to anyone’s eternal salvation. Instead, the three buzzwords were: integrate, dialogue, and generate. Whatever. Although he did mention Jesus and the Gospel in his address, both were merely used as a prop for works of charity, which were identified with the presence of Christ, whose “mercy … consoles and encourages.” Once again, the focus was on the mundane.

When he addressed the “Catholic” youth in Poland, he lauded them for their alleged search for a “New Humanity” — not, mind you, the “new man” regenerated in the grace of Christ, “who according to God is created in justice and holiness of truth” (Eph 4:24), but rather a Naturalist “new man” who “rejects hatred between peoples, one that refuses to see borders as barriers and can cherish its own traditions without being self-centred or small-minded.”

As far as the threat of Islamization of the West goes, here too it pays to review some headlines from the last year or so:

In his extensive and thoroughly-documented book The Political Pope, conservative Novus Ordo author George Neumayr exposes how Francis’ repeated words and actions have proved him to be one of the biggest cheeleaders for the Islamization of Europe:

In 2016, as a wave of illegal immigrants from Islamic countries crashed upon the shores of Europe, Pope Francis called on all Catholic parishes to open their doors to them.

One of the top bishops in Hungary, a country reeling from the crush of illegal immigrants, told the press that he found the pope’s instruction mystifying. “They’re not refugees. This is an invasion,” said Bishop Laszlo Kiss-Rigo, whose diocese stretches across the southern part of Hungary. “They come here with cries of ‘Allahu Akbar.’ They want to take over” [source].

“On the question of taking in immigrants Pope Francis is wrong,” Jaroslaw Gowin, a Polish Catholic politican, said. “In no case should we take in Muslims” [source].

In stark contrast to his predecessors, Pope Francis has shown no interest in reviving a historically Christian Europe against a potential Eurabian future….

Would Pope Francis, some wonder, even want a secularized Europe to return to Christianity? He sounds at best agnostic on this subject….

In an interview with La Croix, the French Catholic newspaper, Pope Francis broke with his predecessors in denouncing Christian confessional states (states that give a privileged position to Christianity in their constitutions) and gave his blessing to the post-Enlightenment concept of the secular nation-state.

His remarks revealed why the prospect of Eurabia doesn’t bother him. What his predecessors called indifferentism — the heretical notion that all religions are of equal value — crept into his remarks.

On his return to Rome from a visit to the Greek island of Lesbos in 2016, the pope brought back with him three Muslim families. In a sad irony, he left behind a Christian family, whose papers, according to the Vatican, weren’t in order, even though he had just been waxing indignant about indifference to the “undocumented”….

Conservatives who seek to rebuild a “Christian Europe” embarrass Pope Francis, as he explained in his interview with La Croix: “We need to speak of roots in the plural because there are so many. In this sense, when I hear talk of the Christian roots of Europe, I sometimes dread the tone, which can seem triumphalist or even vengeful. It then takes on colonialist overtones.”

Christianity’s influence over Europe should be reduced to humanitarian service, he argued: “Christianity’s duty to Europe is one of service. As Erich Przywara, the great master of Romano Guardini and Hans Urs von Balthasar teaches us, Christianity’s contribution to a culture is that of Christ in the washing of the feet. In other words, service and the gift of life. It must not become a colonial enterprise” [source].

(George Neumayr, The Political Pope: How Pope Francis Is Delighting the Liberal Left and Abandoning Conservatives [New York, NY: Center Street, 2017], Chapter 7)

And this, ladies and gentlemen, is the man who now expresses concern about the Islamization of the West, the decline of Christianity, and “Catholics” becoming indifferent to their faith.

If hypocrisy could make him fat, one would need a bike to get around Francis.