Pope: Conquest is inherent to Islam, just like Christianity

Pope Francis: Muslim Terrorism Is The West’s Fault
Pope and ISIS

This Pope never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity or proselytize for Islam no matter how many millions of murdered Christians lay before him.

The Pope is the gift that keeps on giving — to Islamic supremacists.

Blaming the global jihad war on ‘Iraq’ negates the half a billion victims of  jihadi wars, land appropriations, cultural annihilations and enslavements over the past 1,400 years.

“Pope Francis: Muslim Terrorism is the West’s Fault,” By Daniel Greenfield, FPM, May 18, 2016:

Is anything ever the fault of Muslims? Not to the left. Muslims have no agency. They just respond to what we do. (Pamela Geller)



A lot of sites are focusing on the Islamic equivalence in the Pope’s remarks, but there are plenty of other examples of him simply not understanding how the world works.

Q: On April 16, you made a powerful gesture by bringing back the refugees from Lesbos to Rome. However, does Europe have the capacity to accept so many migrants ?

Pope Francis : That is a fair and responsible question because one cannot open the gates wide unreasonably. However, the deeper question is why there are so many migrants now. When I went to Lampedusa three years ago, this phenomenon had already started.

The initial problems are the wars in the Middle East and in Africa as well as the underdevelopment of the African continent, which causes hunger. If there are wars, it is because there exist arms manufacturers – which can be justified for defensive purposes – and above all arms traffickers.

Now this has nothing to do with refugees.

Continued below the fold: by Daniel Greenfield

Pope Francis Likens Jesus to ISIS, Says Muslims Migrants Must Breed With Europeans
Francis claims ISIS similar to Jesus sending his disciples to all nations

His opinions are stunningly similar to those of top Iman Sheikh Muhammad Ayed, who said Muslims should exploit the migrant crisis to breed with Europeans and “conquer their countries.”

No doubt this pope is the worst the Christian religion has ever witnessed in its entire history…..

 Pope Francis: ‘Idea of conquest is inherent to the soul of Islam,’ but says one can see Christianity that way, too

A few years ago the Pope wrote that Islam and the Qur’an rejected all forms of violence. Now he is contradicting himself. “The Pope went on, however, to acknowledge that the ‘idea of conquest is inherent to the soul of Islam,’ while immediately adding that ‘one could also interpret the end of Saint Matthew’s gospel, where Jesus sends out his disciples to all nations, as the same idea of conquest.’ It wasn’t clear whether the Pope actually believes that Jesus’ mandate to his disciples to evangelize the nations was truly equivalent to violent Islamic jihad, or whether he merely said this in order to appear balanced and self-critical.”

Pope Francis is profoundly confused. Christianity has no doctrine mandating warfare against and the subjugation of unbelievers. Islam does. And he is supposed to be the head of the Catholic Church, the largest Christian body in the world. He should thus be defending Christianity, not indulging in politically correct and fallacious moral equivalence.

Note also that even though he acknowledges that the idea of conquest is inherent in Islam, he wants Europe to open its doors to huge numbers of Muslim migrants. He wants Europe to commit civilizational suicide.

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“Pope Francis: ‘The Idea of Conquest Is Inherent to the Soul of Islam,’” by Thomas D. Williams, Breitbart, May 17, 2016:

Choosing his words carefully, Pope Francis recognized that the idea of conquest is integral to Islam as a religion, though he was quick to add that some might interpret Christianity in the same way.

John Kerry: Get Ready for “Borderless World”
John Kerry: Get Ready for "Borderless World"

John Kerry criticized Republican nominee Donald Trump’s foreign policy agenda during a commencement speech at Northeastern University on Friday by saying that international barriers are “nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past.”

“Many of you were in elementary school when you learned the toughest lesson of all on 9/11,” he said. “So I think that everything that we’ve lived and learn tells us that we will never come out on top if we accept advice from sound-bite salesmen and carnival barkers who pretend the most powerful country on Earth can remain great by looking inward.  And hiding behind walls at a time that technology has made that impossible to do and unwise to even attempt.”

“The future demands from us something more than a nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past that did not really exist in any case,” he added. “You’re about to graduate into a complex and borderless world.”

The growing popularity of Trump’s anti-globalist message has caused immense backlash from the political class, especially Washington, D.C.

During a press conference last month, Trump said, “We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism.”

“Under a Trump Administration, no American citizen will ever again feel that their needs come second to the citizens of foreign countries.”

Daniel Greenfield, continued:

How exactly were the current wars in the region, between Shiites and Sunnis, caused by arms manufacturers? In this case it’s a straightforward Iran vs. the Sunni Gulfies war. It’s Islam in short.

Western defense contractors aren’t getting Muslims to fight each other. And much of the fighting in any case involves weapons you don’t need to do much shopping for. If these wars were caused by arms manufacturers, why isn’t Europe currently reliving WW1? For that matter why are the vast majority of wars currently taking place in the Muslim world?

The common denominator here isn’t capitalism. It’s not the arms industry. It’s Islam.

Muslim entities start wars over religion. Then they become migrants and spread conflicts into formerly peaceful areas.

3 thoughts on “Pope: Conquest is inherent to Islam, just like Christianity”

  1. Pope Francis Denounces Democratization of Middle East and Africa
    There was a time when popes sided with the good guys. But progressives have inflicted a lot of “progress” since then:

    Pope Francis has criticized Western powers for attempting to export democracy to countries in the Middle East and Africa without paying attention to local political cultures.

    Once again, multiculturalism is used by a leftist to excuse the inexcusable.

    The pontiff has often discussed Western policies, or “cultural colonialism” as he put it, criticizing these policies for attempting to impose Western values in exchange for financial aid.

    Free money isn’t free if there are strings attached, such as the encouragement of basic human rights. When utopia is achieved, Western governments will confiscate the wealth of their subjects and bestow it upon Third World tyrants without conditions.

    As for cultural colonialism, Francis is fine with it when it is the Christian West getting colonized — as he confirmed by going on to praise the election of an Islamic radical as Mayor of London.

    In a rare moment of honesty, Francis admitted,

    “The idea of conquest is inherent in the soul of Islam, it is true.”

    But he immediately lapsed back into preposterous relativism, the safe space that insulates moonbats from the concept of moral values:

    “But at the end of the Gospel of Matthew, where Jesus sends his disciples to all nations [to spread the word of God] could be interpreted with the same idea of conquest.”

    Christianity is under assault around the world. Don’t hold your breath waiting for Francis to defend it.

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    1. The Pope, ex cathedra or no, is an utter fool, if he really can not see the difference between a creed spread at the point of a sword – ‘Convert or Die!’ – and a creed spread by moral persuasion: all the while valuing the penitent as a unique child of God, with a unique soul and inalienable rights, and the priceless gift of free will. But hey, what can you expect from a man who hails from the birthplace of Liberation Theology?

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