Pope Mulls Crossing U.S.-Mexico Border to Show Solidarity with Immigrants

Fox News Latino, January 26, 2015

The U.S.-Mexico border may someday see a high-profile crosser–Pope Francis.

The intrepid pontiff raised the possibility that among his future trips could be entering the U.S. border from Mexico.

The pope, who made the comment while flying back recently from the Philippines, said he would do it to show solidarity with immigrants, according to the Latin Post.

“To enter the U.S. from the Mexico border would be a beautiful sign of brotherhood and help for immigrants,” the pope said, according to the Post and other outlets.

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The Post noted that “the pope’s comment resonated with Latino immigrants regardless, especially when the comment comes from the world’s first Latin American pontiff.”

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Last year, several news outlets reported that the pope considered visiting the U.S.-Mexico border after the influx of thousands of unaccompanied children coming all the way from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, and also Mexico.

The pontiff has expressed concern for the critical situation of some 47,000 children who were put in the custody of the U.S. Border Patrol in dozens of facilities around the United States.

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  • Boy, the Pope really is a false prophet, isn’t he? He’s apparently more than happy to align himself with those who violate the national sovereignty of another nation, as well as contribute to the racial and cultural displacement of whites in the U.S.

    Every race-conscious white person who is a Roman Catholic ought to do what he or she can to make it known that they oppose his attempt to racially dispossess whites in the U.S.

    • Maximo Partagas

      The pope is a Marxist and an apostate.

      • Bossman

        He is only saying the same things that Jesus would’ve said. Have you thought about that?

        • Whitetrashgang

          So all us white people should just move to Israel?Sounds good, you first.

          • Bossman

            Any Jew from any nation is welcomed in Israel. Think about that.

          • Whitetrashgang

            Not the black ones.

          • Bossman

            The Black ones are welcomed also but with much less enthusiasm.

          • Garrett Brown

            Why are they kicking them all out as we type right now then?

          • Bossman

            Those Blacks are not Jews by faith but desperate economic refugees.

          • Garrett Brown

            If they claim they are of the Jewish religion then they truly believe it, no matter how far they stray from the Torah or how ridiculous it seems to us.

          • lily-white

            you are a truely a cut-up mr bossman. GOOGLE “israeli riots black africans”. According to your logic and these articles, those jews are not walking in a “christ like” fashion at all. Maybe they need a visit from the Pope to keep them in line.

          • Bossman

            Why don’t you pay attention to real news? The Israeli government airlifted tens of thousands of black Jews from Ethiopia some years ago.

          • lily-white

            first of all, your number of “tens of thousands” for operation solomon is closer to fifteen thousand. I dont despute the fact that israel caters to jews. But seriously, according to your logic from your origional statement refering to the pope. “He is only saying the same things that Jesus would’ve said.”

          • Alexandra1973

            Racial Jews. And that’s because that’s their land…well, they have part of it right now.

          • JSS

            And non Jews typically aren’t welcome as permanent residents in Israel. What are you trying to point out? The hypocrisy?

          • Bossman

            No! The Jewish religion is a real religion. That is why they are generally successful. Every Jew is committed to helping every other Jew.

          • JSS

            Most Jews are atheist. The Israeli government sometimes demands DNA tests to obtain citizenship. Do you think White countries should do the same?

          • Realist

            Well many Jews are Atheist. And mitochondrial DNA decides who is Jewish.

          • cherrie greenbaum123

            Israel wouldn’t have most of us. Not the right flavor, if you get my drift. Another case of “diversity for thee, but not for me”.

          • lily-white

            One thing is for sure. If you are jewish, have high office in US government and carry dual citizenship, they have a special place in their heart for you.

        • Nope, Jesus didn’t instruct His followers to violate the immigration laws and national sovereignty of other nations. Paul, in fact, commands Christians to submit to the governing authorities. in Romans 13.

          In spite of what you may think, Jesus would endorse little if anything this Pope publicly spews, especially his sympathies for social-Marxism which has done so much to ruin formerly white, Christian nations.

          • Bossman

            There were no immigration laws in his day.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Right, the immigration laws actually go back to the Old Testament, when time and again we are given a finger-wagging lecture that we must have open border Reconquistas flooding in under the assumption that, “we must welcome, and not oppress the stranger.”

          • You were the one who appealed to him in the first place when you said: “He (the Pope) is only saying the same things Jesus would’ve said.” Again, there’s little real comparison between this Pope and Jesus Himself.

            There is nothing that leads me to believe Jesus would be encouraging millions of peasants to invade another country, leech off that nation like parasites, and demand fill citizenship under the banner that “No one is Illegal.”

          • Luca

            Remember that Jesus commanded following Roman tax law: “Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s”.

            So if he said to follow tax laws (made by man) why would he contradict himself and advocate breaking any other law? He wouldn’t. But the mindless minions like to use and twist religion only when it suits their purposes.

          • UncleSham

            Jesus was a law-breaker. That’s why his execution was sanctioned by the state. He taught that we should follow the laws of man on the condition that they do not violate the laws of God. There is no blanket commandment to follow the all the laws of the state.

            The Tower of Babel story explains that God does not want all of humanity mixing together into a single country with a single language. This is a Biblical justification for closed borders. Their is also the prophecy in the Book of Revelations that says the rise of global government will coincide with the Anti-Christ coming to power. Christians should obviously oppose the Anti-Christ, so I assume this means opposing globalism also. On the other hand, many Christians actually welcome the prospect of the Apocalypse, so that may complicate things.

          • SentryattheGate

            Every nation has borders. Your Messicans are especially harsh to illegals.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            In an interview, when asked what Mexico does with illegals, he replied, “We send back them.” said Mexican President Felipe Calderon in a reply about Central American migrants.

          • KenelmDigby

            Yup.
            That’s why the Israelites welcomed the Canaanites and Philistines into their land.

          • Dwight

            Romans 13:1–7 makes it abundantly clear that God expects Christians to obey the laws of the government. The only exception to this is when a law of the government forces a Christian to disobey a command of God (Acts 5:29).

            Illegal immigration is the breaking of a government’s law. There is nothing in Scripture that contradicts the idea of a sovereign nation having immigration laws. Therefore, it is rebellion against God to unlawfully enter another country. Illegal immigration is therefore a sin.

            This Pope is a pretender and is bent toward communism.

          • Bossman

            The early Christians certainly didn’t obey Roman Law. That is why they were fed to the lions. St. Peter and St. Paul met their untimely fate at the hands of the Roman authorities.

          • evilsandmich

            Try to immigrate to Mexico, you may be in for a shock, especially if you are unfamiliar with the perils of third world prisons.

          • Jo

            Jesus also wouldn’t take kindly to placing Mary on a pedestal as Catholics do.

        • Katherine McChesney

          Absolutely NOT. Jesus wasn’t a socialist and didn’t minister about it.

          • Bossman

            Really? Why all the emphasis on helping the poor and downtrodden? Why did he have contempt for the rich?

          • Whitetrashgang

            Because he had no money.

          • Alexandra1973

            He pointed out that it’s harder for rich people to get saved, because they’re trusting in their riches. Hardly showing contempt.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Exactly… the apostle Paul reminds the wealthy to be charitable and to do good…. To whom much is given, much is required… God blesses certain ones with great wealth in order to do good.

          • Screamin_Ruffed_Grouse

            Christ instructed His followers to help the poor and downtrodden, of their own free will and out of love for God. He did not instruct them to force anyone else to do so, nor to accomplish these ends by stealing the wealth of anyone else.

            So really, Jesus was not a socialist.

          • Bossman

            The early Christians were socialist. They shared everything in common. I can’t quote the passage because I don’t remember but it is there.

          • Screamin_Ruffed_Grouse

            You obviously can’t comprehend the difference between a choice of lifestyle and a system of government.

          • SentryattheGate

            You are expecting too much from Bossman!

          • Alexandra1973

            They CHOSE to share amongst themselves because they were showing Godly love for each other. The Roman government wasn’t yanking it away from the richer ones and giving to the poorer ones.

          • It’s from the Book of Acts, Chapter 4:32, but it doesn’t say what you think it does. This verse too has been twisted by Communists and socialists in order to justify their oppressive societies.

            The passage simply says that the early Christians were of one mind and heart, and that whatever property and various items they possessed, they did not consider their own because they saw the need in providing for their fellow brethren. Verse 35 says that whatever property had been sold, the proceeds would be laid before the apostles’ feet, and “they would distribute to each, AS ANY HAD NEED.”

            In other words, this was about providing for those in need and not as a principle of communal living. Moreover, this was all VOLUNTARY and not coerced or mandated by some government institution.

            This verse is not about how to formulate a society based on community property, but about the unity that early Christians possessed in providing for fellow believers who had real needs. Again, this was voluntary only and not a coerced policy from either a religious or secular agency.

          • Irish

            Government imposed charity isn’t charity at all..Leftist can’t seem to understand this concept. I give to the church & the Wounded Warrior Project , or a homeless lady on the street corner because my heart and religion says I should help out those less fortunate than myself..Americans have the right to welcome (or not ) whoever they’d like into our country, pretty straight forward logic.

          • Tom_in_Miami

            He didn’t have contempt for the rich, so long as they believed in Him.

          • Bossman

            So why did he say that it is easier for a camel to go through a needle’s eye than a rich man go to heaven.

          • Alexandra1973

            Because rich people figure they don’t need Christ, they have everything they want right here on earth.

          • Michael Whalen

            First off, that phrase does NOT say that a rich man cannot go to heaven. When you boil that statement down to the essentials, it just means that, when you go to your eternal reward, you will not take your earthly wealth with you.

          • Jesus was employing hyperbole (exaggeration for the sake of emphasis). His point was just as it was impossible for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, so also is it impossible for a man who trusts in his riches rather than in God to enter the gates of heaven.

            By the way, Jesus never demanded Joseph of Arimathea, Nicodemus, and other wealthy followers to abandon their wealth because their ultimate trust and faith were not in those riches, but in God Himself. Riches, by themselves, are not evil. It’s the LOVE of those riches that take priority over one’s devotion to God that Christ condemns.

          • Denis

            He was talking about heaven, Not Stalin.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            Personal charity is what Christ emphasized, not writing checks to these phony corporate charitable organizations whose executives live like Kings. Go ahead, use Jesus and Christianity of grossly violate the separation of Church and State and use government, in the name of Christianity, to loot the wealthy and middle class to give to the poor who sit around getting the equivalent of $60,000 in welfare, Medicaid, WIC, food stamps….

          • True, Jesus reached out to the poor and downtrodden, but it wasn’t being monetarily poor that Jesus was most preoccupied with. He was more interested in the ‘meek’ and ‘poor in spirit’ – “for the poor you have always.”

            He recognized that being financially poor wasn’t the greatest tragedy that humans face, and neither was possessing riches necessarily the greatest blessing that humans have.

            He also wasn’t against the rich per se. Some of his closest associates and disciples were wealthy. He only condemned the rich when they allowed their riches to take priority over their pursuit of God.

          • SentryattheGate

            You are apparently cherry-picking; using religion like a buffett. “I’ll take some of this and some of that”, without embracing the whole thing. The fool thinks he knows everything, while the wise man realizes how little he knows.

          • Dwight

            Are you a Satanist or just unfamiliar with helping someone in need purely out of generosity?

        • Samuel Hathaway

          Jesus would never say atheists can go to heaven, ever.

          • cherrie greenbaum123

            Yes, Purgatory is what awaits atheists. Not Heaven. This alone proves he’s full of beans.

          • Anglokraut

            Can’t be that bad a place if Virgil is there.

        • eldoradocreekskipper

          Do you really believe that Jesus would have been in favor of a hostile foreign invasion impoverishes the citizens of that country? An invasion that is against the will of the citizens of that country? Didn’t Jesus oppose the foreign occupation of his country? The answer is NO, and YES. The foreign invasion is an immoral act and an act of theft.

          It is really astonishing and disgusting that you would claim that supporting an invasion of another country is a moral act and that the invasion itself is a moral act. It all comes down to integrity.

          Before you try to give me a bunch of hogwash about the War with Mexico, read the article here at Amren about the war. The Mexican government and citizens are in violation of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in which they accepted payment for the lands that they lost in the war that they started with the United States because they thought that the US could not deal with them due to their assumption that the US would be in conflict with Great Britain over the border in the Northwest.

        • Hush troll.
          The adults are trying to have a conversation here.

        • KenelmDigby

          ‘Render to Caesar what is Caesar’s.’

        • Fletch

          So Jesus would have advised people to break the law? Jesus was no respector of national borders? Must be quite a church you attend.

          • Bossman

            Jesus said something about the laws being made for man and not about man made for laws. He himself broke the Sabbath to eat some fruits.

        • Realist

          I am thinking about how you would know what Jesus would say.
          I don’t care what Jesus would say.

        • nativist

          Verily, verily, i say unto you, he that entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber. John 10:1

          • Bossman

            I guess that’s the best way to steal sheep.

        • Jo

          “He is only saying the same things that Jesus would’ve said.”

          Not so. God created nations to keep people separate. Why? Read about Babylon in the Bible.

      • Alexandra1973

        He’s a Jesuit. Marxism is a Jesuit invention.

        • bilderbuster

          Karl Marx and Moses Hess were Jesuits?

          • Kenner

            Jesuwitz.

          • bilderbuster

            Karl Marx came from a long line of Talmudic scholars and Marx was taught many of his communist principals from Moses Hess one of the venerated forerunners of modern day Zionism.

      • Sick of it

        You might just get excommunicated for saying such an…obvious fact.

    • Publius Pompilius Quietus

      Pope Francis seems to be intent on pandering to every anti-Catholic whip of the Western media, condemning anyone who expresses traditional morality or even a hint of nationalism. Francis would find himself at odds with most Catholic doctrine until recently.

    • propagandaoftruth

      Goddam I hate that commie pope. Hope he gets bit by a rattlesnake.

      • Whitetrashgang

        A rattlesnake can only go so low.

      • bilderbuster

        Or beaten with the jawbone of an ass.

    • Christorchaos

      The trouble is that the reality of race was just such a point of common sense that the pre-Vatican II church did not write very much about it. There is probably stuff written that could be unearthed but since it is a 3rd rail for Catholic scholars, nobody is going to unearth it. They would just leave it buried. Furthermore, on immigration, I know I have seen at least one article written which said the church has always considered it a right and even a duty of the State to restrict immigration. But again, I cannot find any Catholic scholars willing to touch the subject. Not even the PIG guide guys.

    • Samuel Hathaway

      A false prophet, indeed. Pope Francis is a heretic who believes atheists will go to heaven if they follow their consciences and do good works. What a fraud. He’s the Al Sharpton of Catholicism.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      The Catholic faith holds that the Pope is infallible. He cannot make a mistake because he was ordained by God to be Pope. The Pope, whether Catholics like what he says or don’t, is the living, breathing, manifestation of God on this Earth for Catholics.

      • Quite a conundrum, I’d say.

      • FozzieT

        Actually that is not quite right. The Catholic faith holds that the pope is infallible only in an extremely particular circumstance, called an ex-cathedra decree. A doctrine proposed by a pope as his own opinion, not solemnly proclaimed as a doctrine of the Church, may be rejected as false, even if it is on a matter of faith and morals. Those ex-cathedra decrees are EXTREMELY rare, and are mainly pronouncements on things Catholics believe anyway (Assumption of Mary into heaven, for example). So, anything this pope says on immigration, economics, homosexuality, etc. may be freely ignored by Catholics.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          Mexican Catholics ignore a of stuff, too. There’s a really strange program sponsored by the Polytechnic Institute in Mexico City, which broadcasts a weekly documentary called “Santitos Y Santones”, (Little Saints and Big Saints) about how so-called Catholics have turned Catholicsm into cult by off-shoot groups making up their own saints that aren’t approved by the Catholic Church.

          One of the nuttiest examples is the “Saint of the Narcotraffickers”. Jesus Malverde is the saint, whose bust and image the narcos worship, and light incense to, mainly around Sinaloa, Mexico. Then you have the cult of the Death Saint, a skeletal figure dressed up in religious garb. There’s even an outfit in South Texas, where Mexicans hobnob together to worship the image of Don Pedrito, who claimed to be a faith healer in Falfurrias, Texas.

    • Cid Campeador

      Throwing him in Jail will serve only to make him a martyr for the cause.”

    • Alucard_the_last

      This false prophet has met with muslim leaders also. I’m not a Catholic but if I was, I would renounce my faith.

    • wretchedwhiterabbit

      not only in the U.S.
      He is pushing White genocide all over the world.

    • Juggernaut3000

      The pope has been bought and paid for.

      He’s doing the bidding of his paymasters, same as the American president.

  • Bryce Armstrong

    I’d have no issue deporting him either.

  • Not the same thing legally. The Pope is also a head of state (Vatican City) and therefore can cross borders legally for diplomatic purposes.

    • Red

      Yes, but it’s the same thing symbolically.

      If he was a real man of the cloth instead of a Marxist, he would open up the Vatican to them.

    • propagandaoftruth

      The pope is a commie pig. I hope he gets athletes tongue when he licks the feet of illegal Mexican parasites. And he gets parasites too.

  • Maximo Partagas

    Why doesn’t he encourage these cowards to stay in their birthplace and fix it so that they can live in the culture of their choice. All of the nations where these mestizos are leaving are rich in natural resources. There is no reason for them to come to the US unless they lack the intelligence to build their own society worth staying in. Hmmm…

  • Wing-nut.

    Seems like he may have an agenda.

    • Publius Pompilius Quietus

      Christianity has always had a girlish pathos that worships weakness, so maybe Francis’ sanctimonious weeping for immigrants is coherent. Maybe Nietzsche was right.

      • Randall Ward

        Maybe your could give us all some examples of “girlish pathos” from Christianity; by examples I mean some actual actions by Christians.

      • Wing-nut.

        Love the name, good one.

        Try Luke 22:36

      • Garrett Brown

        Those crusaders sure were girly…

      • Julius Caesar

        Last I checked, Charles Martel was no weakling. Same goes for countless others.

  • WR_the_realist

    Can we arrest and deport Pope Francis? Alternatively, can we send all 15 million illegal aliens to the Vatican?

  • David Ashton

    Nincompope.

  • DaveMed

    How wonderful it would be if he were to cross the other way. And stay there.

    • Tarczan

      And he should put a few guns in his trunk.

  • IstvanIN

    Pope Francis is out of control. His extreme left-wing agenda is enough to make me think that Pope Benedict was “encouraged” to abdicate and go into seclusion in order to facilitate the anti-West agenda.

    • Kenner

      I think his election was a fluke, with two other leading candidates possibly splitting their total. Just my guess.

      • LexiconD1

        No, the Catholics have been posturing for a non-white, non-European Pope for a while now. Hope they choke on it. Because I think the next Pope is going to be black (and I’m not kidding.)

        • Samuel Hathaway

          Whoopi Goldberg will be the next pope. Get two for the price of one… black and femaie.

          • bilderbuster

            Popesterhood?

          • LexiconD1

            The Horror!

  • jayvbellis

    Hope he tries this stunt after he tries to cross the border from Gaza to Israel, uniting all Middle Eastern faiths… Hope militant Islamic Jihadists and extremist Talmudic Jews declare a week’s truce to physically crucify this worst ever Liberation Theology Pope.

  • Garrett Brown

    Man, it’s really hard to be a White Catholic now a days. What a traitor.

    One seeks to be a part of the original denomination of Christianity and its leader is wishing for your demographic demise.

    • corvinus

      He’s an out-and-out heretic (“this god-spray doesn’t exist!” – Francis), which means he can’t technically be the Pope in the first place. Plus, he appoints all these horrible liberals (Kasper, Maradiaga, Cupich here in the USA) to high offices, which makes matters worse for him. In the Vatican, being SJW is more important than being Catholic. In fact, they hate people who try to be Catholic.

  • Luca

    Go back to the Vatican and tend your flock. Leave us alone. We don’t need your opinions.

    • Katherine McChesney

      He should clear the Vatican of all the homosexuals and pedophiles before involving himself in U.S. business.

      • Alexandra1973

        Wouldn’t be very many priests left!

        • cherrie greenbaum123

          It’s a nice job for a homo, plus ya get to wear neat dresses.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Maybe Pope Francis has a main-squeeze on the side in the Vatican, which might explain he won’t do anything about the pedophiles stalking young boys.

    • T_Losan

      If you really want to show solidarity, Francis, put your money where your mouth is. You alone control Vatican City’s immigration policy. Start taking in asylum seekers and hosting them in Vatican City State and the thousands of Vatican properties around the world.

  • Christorchaos

    The Pope does not understand the difference between a “sign” and a publicity stunt. The word “sign” (signum) actually has deep Christian roots, and a precise meaning in a theological context (including in the definition of the 7 Sacraments) … which of course the Pope has no hesitancy to trample all over! (-:

    “To enter the U.S. from the Mexico border would be a beautiful sign of brotherhood and help for immigrants,” the pope said.”

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      “The Pope does not understand the difference between a “sign” and a publicity stunt. ”
      I don’t believe that for one second.

  • Truthseeker

    “To enter the U.S. from the Mexico border would be a beautiful sign of
    brotherhood and help for immigrants,” the pope said, according to the
    Post and other outlets.

    The Mexicans are not our brothers, and judging by La Raza’s statements, they don’t consider us their brothers either. I can’t respect any Pope who encourages people to break another country’s laws.

  • Easyrhino

    Maybe in the name of solidarity the Pope should get bombed on tequila with his new friends and experience DWI first hand.

    • Samuel Hathaway

      About now would be a great time to have a really good comedian throw out one Pope joke after another about this whole goofy promotion of diversity and anti-racism the pope is doing.

  • Viking_61

    To all of the Catholics on there, how often do you dream about kissing the pope’s feet?

    • evilsandmich

      Yeah the Pope is really nothing new, anyone could show up to a sermon given by a Jesuit and hear this bilge any day of the week if they cared to. The regular rank and file isn’t much better since a core belief is “helping” the poor through thievery. Previous Popes were at least smart enough to play down Marxist tendencies in order to avoid alienating the vast swath of dupes who send them money.

  • je suis paganisme

    Do it, Pope!

    Let us know exactly where you stand! Let us know how the holy angels, the saints, the prophets, those weird creatures around the throne, the holy martyrs, and all the righteous ones view this question!

    Do it . . . now!

    Asatru, be ready for your ranks to swell!

    Alain de Benoist, tell your printer to get ready for a run on your book, “On Being a Pagan.”

    • jayvbellis

      There were once Southern Protestants in Texas that were obsessed with stopping the election of John Kennedy because they thought he would take orders from the Pope…

      That was back when there were European, pro European Popes not this $&&&’ Liberation Theology anti Christ , on the cover of the Rolling Stone Pope.

      • Alexandra1973

        There’s a video where JFK assures the people that he won’t take orders from the pope–and he says that it’s improper for a pope to tell a US president what to do.

        I think that right there signed his death warrant.

        • cherrie greenbaum123

          He also was reticent about giving up U.S. sovereignty, and told the CIA, New World Order John Birch Society, and Israelis to go jump off a bridge. After Kennedy got bumped off, Johnson took silver out of the coins, escalated Vietnam, and Teddy Kennedy opened up the floodgate of browns into America. We lost big time on that cruel November day.

          • Alexandra1973

            JFK was a patriot.

            Say what you will about his womanizing…I heard that not too long before his assassination he was saved and more or less told the pope to stick it.

          • cherrie greenbaum123

            JFK was a manufactured image. A rich kid who was a fair-to-middling student and only reluctantly took the path to the presidency after his elder brother died in WW II. Isn’t it ironic that our truest patriots and best/least noxious presidents are the ones who didn’t really want to be there in the first place!

          • dd121

            The press protected him along the way, just like they protect all Democrats. The msm at the time knew of his affairs and Addison’s disease but never breathed a word of it. I didn’t learn of any of it until years after his death. I for one think the American public should have known that.

          • bilderbuster

            Most Americans didn’t know FDR was confined to a wheelchair during his Presidency for Life.

          • bilderbuster

            JFK also visited Germany in the 1930s and after the war had this to say: “Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived.”
            Old Joe had this to say about FDR: That G*d Dam*ed cripple killed my boy Joe!”

          • Tarczan

            He was patriotic though, no matter how flawed. This guy is the only one who ha a hatred for this country

          • SentryattheGate

            The John Birch Society is about as anti-New World Order as you can get!

          • Bill Moore

            Hello cherrie greenbaum123,

            You left out the part about John Kennedy not allowing the Social Security lockbox to be used for African handouts.

            As soon as Lyndon Johnson had John Kennedy murdered, Lyndon Johnson released the Social Security lockbox to fund his Great Society program.

            That was a turning point for the USA.

            By the way, when I was being considered for work at the Pentagon, John Kennedy went out of his way to come to visit with me for a fifteen minute one-on-one conversation to determine for himself if I were trustworthy. At the time, I was a private in the US Army. I was always impressed with the man, for doing things himself rather than depending of underlings.

            Thank you,
            Bill Moore

          • bilderbuster

            Trying to prevent Israel from obtaining nukes had much to do with it.
            Ben Gurion resigned as Prime Minister over it and while many half baked people point to Oswald’s strange connections they seem to ignore Jack (Ruby) Rubinstein’s.

      • bilderbuster

        Those Texans were forward thinking folks just like those who opposed integration.

  • Screamin_Ruffed_Grouse

    If you really want to show solidarity, how about we send a swarm of Mexicans to flood Vatican City?

    • Chasmania

      I would be in favor of deporting all Hispanics to the Vatican. I bet you could even get the American people to pay for the plane tickets as long as there was a “no returns” policy with it.

      • Screamin_Ruffed_Grouse

        I’d chip in.

      • John Smith

        Just send him the local flavor of illegals in Europe – from the ME and Africa, mostly muslims.

  • dd121

    The pope should spend more time on his knees and less time on our asses.

  • Evette Coutier

    If the pope is so in favor of illegals, let the Vatican take them in. Hypocrite.

  • NoMosqueHere

    If he crosses the border illegally, arrest him and toss him in the brig with his beloved black and brown criminal congregants.

    • Tarczan

      He should cross the Israeli border into Syria.

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    This is, of course, the same pope who recently told us (white) Catholics that we didn’t need to breed “like rabbits”. I guess we know what he wants to replace us with.

    • Samuel Hathaway

      Remember, the Pope is merely a man in a religious costume.

  • RacialRay

    I read this piece, as a former Catholic School disciple, imagining the papal tiara floating across the Rio Grande as the Holy Father treads water underneath…

    …just as I descend into the bowels of Hell to discover that Satan is, shall we say, dark-complected, and informs me that he has some issue with my Disqus comment history.

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    Respectfully, I must ask fellow Catholics out there if you really believe in continuing to financially support the Church when we know how its leaders think and behave. I grew up in this faith and decided a while back that enough was enough.

    • LexiconD1

      My son is Catholic, his fathers side are fire breathing Catholic, while I am an Atheist. I USE to sell tickets to raffles, and give, because if you’re Catholic, Catholic Charities is awesome. I also thought about sending my son to Catholic Schools…until my son was about 3 or 4, and all the pervert priest stuff came to light.

      No…I stopped giving, and doing anything for them.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Homeschooling is a great option. It takes alot of dedication, and I’d prefer it to Catholic schools.

        • LexiconD1

          Well, it didn’t matter anyway. Between getting him enrolled in a GREAT elementary school, one that parents compete to get into (they only accept students if they met the right academic criteria, and ‘race’ is NOT part of that), as well as the fact my son is dyslexic…I made the right choice.

          He’s on his way to university in a year.

          He had a fantastic educational foundation, better than I could have given him. Plus, with the schools ‘agendas’, it made it easier to talk about political, and social issues.

          Too bad my sons graduating class, from middle school (the school was a K-8), was the last year. They tore the school down. Now most of the kids who would have attended that school, go to private schools.

        • Anglokraut

          Where I live, homeschool and religious school mean the same thing–in practice, anyway. Hours of Bible study or Book of Mormon study, a little spelling, some simple arithmetic, and call it a day.

      • Christorchaos

        Exactly what the devil wanted you to think

        • LexiconD1

          Roger Mahony was our Cardinal…any other dumb statements?

          • Christorchaos

            Yes. And the devil got him there to sew seeds of distrust in the only Church that has the power to save people from Hell. So what’s up?

    • Samuel Hathaway

      You should become a heretic and turn Protestant.

    • Bill Moore

      Hello,

      Catholic Charities brings in planeloads of Africans to the USA every day.

      Bill Moore

    • evilsandmich

      Same as others here in that I haven’t given them any direct financial support in years, but I would tolerate fund raisers from family, neighbors etc. Even that went away though when I had to sit through ranting by Catholic charity immigrant poverty pimps at a congressional town hall meeting. This slime makes their living off of human misery so the more of it, the better for their pocketbooks.

  • John Smith

    Pope Commie I spewing more of his Marxist S. American liberation theology. It’s good that he at least appears to be cracking down on the pedo priests, but that’s where it ends.

  • Anglokraut

    Why the southern border of the U.S.? The southern border of Mexico would make much more sense to cross illegally. For all the griping we hear about the wealth-gap in the U.S., it’s minor-league ball compared to Mexico’s wealth gap. If any country in North America (geographically, not culturally) needs to be taken to task for how little it cares for its poor, and how violently it treats its illegal aliens, it is Mexico.

  • Who Me?

    “The pontiff has expressed concern for the critical situation of some 47,000 children who were put in the custody of the U.S. Border Patrol in dozens of facilities around the United States.”
    ————————-
    I can’t possibly imagine why–the children were a lot safer with the border patrol than they would have been with a bunch of Catholic priests.

  • Sharps Rifle

    If he does, arrest, prosecute and deport the SOB.

  • Possibly clinically insane?

  • LexiconD1

    I, continue, to despise this pope.

  • Lord Sandwich

    Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s, like, I don’t know, national sovereignty?

    • Anglokraut

      What would an emperor care for national borders?

      • Lord Sandwich

        That his own are not being over run by Goths.

  • MBlanc46

    All right! Then we can arrest, try, and incarcerate the villain.

  • Last I checked, Christianity actually preached that one should follow the law of the land. Render unto Cesar and all that.
    For him to even contemplate that is appalling.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Nice, we are done for. I just read an article that he let a Spanish tranny come into church and meet with him.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    In the 80’s it was Reagan, Thatcher, and Pope John Paul that
    transformed the world.

    Now it’s Obama, Cameron, and Pope Francis.

    God help the world.

    • Anglokraut

      God’s busy figuring out who should win the Super Bowl. Perhaps we should fix our own problems?

  • Bill Moore

    Hello,

    No one gives a thought to the countries from which the illegal immigrants are fleeing should be changing themselves to make their country more livable.

    The illegal (and legal) immigrants that come to the USA just bring their horrible diseases and horrible social problems with them.

    As the racial makeup of the USA and Europe changes to non-Caucasian, civilization will shrink, and finally disappear.

    Violent tribes raiding each other. Africans, Mexicans, Muslims, South Americans, they all hate each other. And they all hate Caucasians.

    Civilization is a Caucasian thing.

    Civilization cannot thrive and cannot even continue under such conditions. Civilization requires economic activity.

    Economic activity is thwarted by constant theft, fear of personal attacks, having to lock everything up, random violence, and tribal behavior.

    Keep your powder dry, you’re going to need it,
    Bill Moore

    • Anglokraut

      I’m not a fan of the term “Caucasian”. It’s very misleading, as it includes the less-successful branches of the European breed. When people talk of Europe, they think of the people of England, France, Germany, and the whole of Scandinavia, not the people of Montenegro, Estonia, or Albania.

      • corvinus

        I hate the term Caucasian too, unless it refers to people like Chechens, Georgians, or Armenians.

        • Bill Moore

          Hello corvinus,

          If not Caucasians, then what?

          Bill Moore

          • corvinus

            Europeans.

      • Bill Moore

        Hello Anglodraut,

        If not Caucasians, then what?

        Bill Moore

  • KenelmDigby

    I tell you what. Beggars should be invited into St. Peter’s in Rome, asked to select their favorite artwork on display, take it away with them, and sell it to the nearest antiquities dealer, and keep the cash. The money then could be used to feed and accommodate themselves.
    By doing this the Vatican could ‘show its solidarity with its brothers, the poor’.

  • Robert Smith

    I think another great show of solidarity would be to empty the Vatican coffers to help pay for the cost of the illegal aliens in the US. Better yet, use the money to support them in their own homeland so they are not uprooted from their families. Seems a shame for them to leave a country with such agricultural, mineral, petroleum, fishing, and tourist wealth potential only to be maids and grass mowers in the U.S. An intelligent Christian man would teach them to use their own assets instead of stealing and begging from others.

  • B.A_2014

    This pope pope has the white renegade of the year in the bag already and we are still in January.

    • RationaliseThis

      The current pope is evil.

      Where is Lucrezia Borgia and her hollow ring filled with poison when she is needed?

      I suspect that the last Pope, Benedict XVI (Ratzinger) health may have met with foul play. He was a decent guy, a sincere Christian who truly believed and an opponent of moral reletavism.

    • borisbadenovisback

      Boris Rex can speak with absolute authority: Every Rad Trad completely agrees with you.

      Unfortunately, Bergoglio is the fulfillment of the Fatima and La Salette prophecies.

      And most unfortunately, too many non-Catholics have evry reason to believe that “we” are all in agreement.

      It’s neither dogma nor morals. It’s “hell no”!

  • Robert Smith

    This will be staged with the blessing and cooperation of our elected representative Obama.

  • PouponMarx

    I’d like to drive 100 busloads of North Africans right on the Vatican City and let them off, telling them the Pope-a-Dope loves them and to consider this their new home. They would all have tents and a bucket for toilet functions. And pans for panhandling and begging.

  • MekongDelta69

    Old and ‘racist’:
    “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled [European] masses yearning to breathe free.”

    New and ‘enlightened’:
    “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled [anybody but European] masses yearning to breathe free.”

  • pwnful truth

    It is especially troubling for me, as a man who was raised Catholic, to realize that the pope is a gay atheist

  • brior

    Why is there a fence around the Vatican? Why doesn’t catholic charities give them jobs and cash handouts? … Catholicism … What a racket.

  • If I were President, and the Pope pulled such a stunt, I would order the Border Patrol to arrest him, lose his identification and keep him in custody for several months while this “terrible mistake” was sorted out. I’d also break off diplomatic relations with the Vatican and have my Attorney General order a federal RICO investigation into the Catholic Church over child sex abuse.

  • Alucard_the_last

    Maybe he should walk from Honduras into Mexico to show solidarity for the illegals entering Mexico. This country has finite resources. We cannot just take in the entire world. You think the environmentalists would address this issue.

  • The pope should stick to religious issues. He is basically saying that to be a good Catholic you must spit on the United States of America. That is wrong.

  • Pontifex Maximus

    Novus Ordo delenda est!

  • LexiconD1

    He graduated from a class with less than 90 students, only three were non-white. Two of those were Asian.

  • Jeff Traube

    Had he been around in the 14th Century, he would have admitted the poor refugees from the Crimea who had contracted the plague. As it happened, a third of Europe’s population was killed off when the disease spread via this false compassion.

  • John Jackson

    I’m not an expert on all this, but the Pope gets elected right? Who the heck decided this clown would be a good choice. I can’t believe Catholics are still following this fool, I mean I try to respect Christianity and all but there comes a point where you have use your head.

  • Johnny Harper

    What is new?

    The Catholic Church has been pushing for open borders for a very long time. This is just further liberal theology Catholic Church stuff.

    Must be the “Jews” fault

  • Johnny Harper

    How does the Pope strongly supporting open borders fall into the “David Duke” narrative

    I’m confused. I thought it was only the Zionists fault for all our problems?

    This doesn’t compute! Going into ignore mode!

    The Pope must really be a Zionist! I hear he is Netanyahu’s brother. Wow solved it!

  • Johnny Harper

    Don’t worry everyone!

    The USA and Europe hasn’t “learned how to be multicultural” yet. The Pope will make sure he helps this process along!