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Pope Francis Claims That Muslim Terrorism Does Not Exist

Pope Francis is a contrast to his two predecessors. It would be hard to imagine either Pope John-Paul II or Pope Benedict saying the sort of things that Pope Francis does.

Many of his remarks contradict basic Christian beliefs, let alone those that are unique to Roman Catholicism. It really makes one wonder what he is doing. Could it be that he holds leftist, socialist beliefs that are more sacred to him that his Christian faith? It would seem so.

He makes some very provocative statements such as proposing that Europeans and Muslims must breed together to reduce a declining birth rate. He also drawn comparisons between ISIS and Jesus, which is just plain blaspheme. What is this man doing?

Pope Francis makes bizarre or heretical statements and engages in acts that would be considered blasphemous by most any branch of Christianity, let alone the Roman Catholic one. For example:

“Europe has forgotten its God and it now needs to allow in more illegal Muslim migrants,” stated Pope Francis in a recent speech to the EU.

The Pope also visited Turkey recently, where he prayed in Istanbul’s Blue Mosque towards Mecca and stated it would be wrong to equate Islam with violence.

What is to be said about such remarks and behavior?

Here are some additional samples.

“Christian terrorism does not exist, Jewish terrorism does not exist, and Muslim terrorism does not exist. They do not exist,” Francis said in his speech to a world meeting of populist movements.

What he apparently meant is that not all Christians are terrorists and not all Muslims are terrorists—a fact evident to all—yet his words also seemed to suggest that no specifically Islamic form of terrorism exists in the world, an assertion that stands in stark contradiction to established fact.

What we appear to have here is a man who wishes to use his position as a religious leader to push forward Marxist economic policies. Note the following excerpt.

“No people is criminal or drug-trafficking or violent,” Francis said, while also suggesting—as he has on other occasions—that terrorism is primarily a result of economic inequalities rather than religious beliefs. “The poor and the poorer peoples are accused of violence yet, without equal opportunities, the different forms of aggression and conflict will find a fertile terrain for growth and will eventually explode.”

The Pope also reiterated his conviction that all religions promote peace and that the danger of violent radicalization exists equally in all religions.

“There are fundamentalist and violent individuals in all peoples and religions—and with intolerant generalizations they become stronger because they feed on hate and xenophobia,” he said.

The man is just wrong. Whether is just poorly informed is doubtful. More ominously, it is obvious that he is pursuing not the Christian faith, but a faith rooted in secular humanism and political ideas that would have made Karl Marx smile. This is a tragedy not just for Roman Catholics, but for adherents to the Christian faith worldwide.

Source: Breitbart


  • Don & Cristina Smith

    Please send the Pope this link, he doesn’t appear to any idea at all of the danger represented by islam. The Religion of Peace – http://www.thereligionofpeace.com

  • Jen

    I believe the Catholic congregations need to send requests to the Vatican that this Pope be replaced with someone that is sane. This Pope is way off his bubble.

    • Nancy Ann Woolbert Bettencourt

      Unfortunately it does not work that way.

      • Jen

        They removed our last Pope. Why can’t they remove this one especially if he is mentally unstable?

        • NWI_Joe

          Benedict retired. Now, you can theorize that he was “forced” out, but AFAIK there’s no evidence to that effect.

    • DatBus

      This Pope didn’t just pop out of nowhere – he was put there by the other communists in the Vatican – the result of many years of infiltration. So the problem won’t go away just because he does. Communist infiltration is ALL around us now.

  • Tom Cook

    As I have said many times, this pope is the “false prophet”, prophesied in the bible. The end is near.

  • Richard Bonura

    He is a leftist shill and a POS as a Pope!

  • Valerie Nazelrod

    In a way I can agree but disagree with him. He has an awful responsibility to the world. I am sure it is a difficult resonsibility. Perhaps he really needs a respite to pray about all his statements. I do not believe he has throughly examined the beliefs and teachings of all the aforementioned religious orders, or he could not say what he said in good faith. When anyone condones the degradation and heinous acts that ISIS is responsible for, they then are far from any humanity and CHRISTIAN faith whatsoever. I simply pray that GOD, JOHOVAH HIMSELF, will intervene and show him the way, the truth and how a CHRISTIAN should act and what he should say. According to THE BIBLE, THE WORD OF GOD, “you cannot be lukewarm…you are either hot or cold. If you are lukewarm GOD will spew you out of HIS mouth…” Is it just me, or does his statements seem lukewarm and appeasing to all except the CHRISTians? This is what I see, what I have prayed about and what I fully believe. Allow yourself to pray for this POPE and pray for the truth to be revealed to you. GOD DOES ANSWER PRAYERS! ONLY PRAYER CAN CHANGEASILY ANY OF THIS. PRAY, PLEASE, FOR ALL THE LEADERS, COUNTRY AND RELIGIOUS LEADERS WHO ARE THERE TO LEAD US ALL. BUT if anything does not go along with GOD’S WORD, DO NOT BE LEAD ASTRAY.

    • NWI_Joe

      Actually, the Pope has a responsibility to Roman Catholics only. There is a reason the world takes him seriously, and I’m glad of that. But he is the head of the Roman Church; he is responsible only to God, not this world. That being said, I’m disappointed in him also.

      • Jen

        Yes, he is supposed to be responsible to God only, and he is supposed to lead the Catholic Church in a Godly way. He is not doing that. He is letting political agenda’s creep in before his duty to God and to the Catholic Church and it’s congregations. As a Baptized Catholic, I can no longer follow his requests. I will always be a Baptized Catholic and I will follow the word of God, but I will not follow the words of a Pope who is misusing his statis not for God, but for his own personal beliefs and agendas.

        • NWI_Joe

          Popes come and popes go. This too shall pass.

  • DatBus

    This is a communist Pope – the result of many years of infiltration in the Vatican and global organizations.

  • Naomi B McGraw

    This pope is smoking BAD weed !!