Pope Francis: Dangerous Alliances at G20 Will Hurt Immigrants [VIDEO]

The Pope says these dangerous alliances will impose “a distorted vision of the world” that restricts immigration.

In an interview with Italy’s La Repubblica newspaper, Pope Francis said he’s concerned about dangerous alliances at G20. He’s also worried that European nations will get the idea that they can stop immigration into their countries. He seemed more worried about immigration than the wars that are allegedly producing refugees.

AFP reports, “Pope warns of ‘dangerous alliances’ among G20 powers.

Pope Francis said Saturday that the G20 summit in Germany “worries” him because of the potential for “very dangerous alliances” among world leaders, with particularly dire consequences for migrants.

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“I worry about very dangerous alliances between powers which have a distorted vision of the world: America and Russia, China and North Korea, (Russian President Vladimir) Putin and (Syria’s Bashar al-) Assad over the war in Syria”…

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Of course, Conservatives also worry about dangerous alliances: like this one caught on video:

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