Pope Francis Preaches Open Immigration Over Terrorism and Crime

Pope Francis preaches explicitly that migrants have a right to enter nations despite any security concerns.

To put it bluntly, Pope Francis preaches that more rapes and murders in Western nations are a price we must pay to fulfill our obligation to receive more immigrants, speed up the process, and make them citizens with the right to vote for politicians. He wants nation states to prioritize rapid reception of immigrants over their duty to protect citizens from crime and terrorism.

AP reports, “Pope: Rights of migrants trump national security concerns.

Pope Francis on Monday urged countries to greatly improve their welcome to migrants and stop collective expulsions, saying migrants’ dignity and right to protection trumps national security concerns.


In the message, Francis demanded governments welcome, protect, promote and integrate migrants, saying Jesus’ message of love is rooted in welcoming the “rejected strangers of every age.”

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He demanded a simplified process of granting humanitarian and temporary visas and rejected arbitrary and collective expulsions as “unsuitable.” He said the principle of ensuring each person’s dignity “obliges us to always prioritize personal safety over national security.”

He means the safety of unknown foreigners over citizens. No wonder he’s a globalist. He’s arguing that people have rights to be served by foreign nations!

Read the entire AP story.

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