America does not need a host of undocumented refugees from any nation flooding our ports and streets with possible ISIS fighters willing to strike at any moment. The fall of civilization is almost upon us, and our leaders are siding with political correctness instead of educated awareness.
Pope Francis has actively encouraged the countries of Europe to allow in millions of Muslim refugees no questions asked. America cannot follow Europe’s example without properly knowing who is coming into our country from Syria.
Pope Francis has encouraged Europeans to welcome refugees, calling authentic hospitality “our greatest security against hateful acts of terrorism.”
Francis Saturday spoke to alumni of Jesuit schools in Europe who were in Rome for a conference on refugees.
The pope said: “I encourage you to welcome refugees into your homes and communities, so that their first experience of Europe is not the traumatic experience of sleeping cold on the streets, but one of warm welcome.”
Telling his audience that more than 65 million persons are forcibly displaced around the world, he advised going “beyond mere statistics.”
He said each refugee “has a name, a face and a story, as well as an inalienable right to live in peace and to aspire to a better future” for their children.
The State of Texas already has a huge problem with what our government is trying to do with refugees:
The Pope needs to open up the papal treasury and provide aid to lots of these people in their country. Spend time looking at the treatment of Christians in Iran, Syria, and other Islamic countries.
Many of my friends want to know why the Pope will not open the doors of the Vatican and allow refugees to stay there. Of course, it would be suicidal to allow these radical fighters into the Vatican.
There are times when I feel Pope Francis is living in a fantasy world. I understand his love and mercy but surely he knows better than to ignore reality.
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