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Marxist Pope Denounces National Defense, Says Nuclear Weapons Are Immoral

by | Nov 24, 2019 | Blog, Politics | 0 comments

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The current Pope of the Roman Catholic Church has been on a Marxist crusade since his inauguration in 2013. Despite the Apostle Paul’s admonition for religious leaders to abstain from interfering with civil government and submit to authorities (Romans 13), Francis regularly sticks his neck where it doesn’t belong — especially when it comes to American politics.

In fact, when the pope is criticized by patriotic Americans, he has said that he views it as a badge of honor. And, besides being pro-gay and soft on abortion, he has made it part of his mission to unite the world’s religions under his authority — including Muslims, pagans, Mormons, and even Evangelicals.

But this pope really hates western civilization — and he particularly hates America. Earlier this year, he slammed President Trump’s proposal for a wall along the Mexican border and said he’d rebuke Trump to his face, given the opportunity. Obviously, he has little respect for American national sovereignty. So it should come as no surprise that he now declares nuclear weapons to be “immoral,” as though he has any idea what morality is.

Touring Japan, the Pope visited Hiroshima and Nagasaki — the two cities where America dropped the first nuclear bombs during WWII killing hundreds of thousands of people and ending the most devastating war in world history. In his address, the Pope said the nuclear arms race wastes resources that could be better spent improving people’s lives.

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“Peace and international stability are incompatible with attempts to build upon the fear of mutual destruction or the threat of total annihilation,” he said, “In a world where millions of children and families live in inhumane conditions, the money that is squandered and the fortunes made through the manufacture, upgrading, maintenance and sale of ever more destructive weapons are an affront crying out to heaven.”

Obviously, this Pope would rather such a war to simply continue indefinitely. What he fails to understand is that in this fallen world, the possession of nuclear weapons by America has stabilized the world in a way that hasn’t been seen in centuries. Nuclear weapons have protected the lives and freedoms of not only Americans but people and nations all over the world.

So while this unregenerate anti-Christ likes to stick his neck into American politics where it doesn’t belong, where he needs to be is back in his own little kingdom dealing with the rampant sexual immorality, greed, and corruption pouring from the bloody fountains of the Vatican and stay out of our business.

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