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Italy Divides By Peter West

     I have been reporting on the Pope’s globalist and communist comments for some time now, most of these remarks relating to immigration, and how he welcomes the Islamic transformation of Europe. Naturally, there has been a reaction to this, no, not my comments, which are generally ignored, but the no-hope Pope’s:

“As the Italian hierarchy aligns itself ever more closely with the open-borders movement, the country’s citizens — most of whom are Catholic — seem to be moving in the opposite direction, creating a curious lay-clerical split. Italy’s interior minister, Matteo Salvini, is now the most trusted politician in the country by a significant margin, a position he has earned above all by his firm stance against unchecked mass migration. Yet when Salvini refused debarkation rights in late June to the NGO vessel Aquarius that was carrying hundreds of African migrants, the Italian bishops were among those protesting most loudly.”

     As I  keep saying to politically correct Catholics, neither the Vatican, nor Heaven have open borders. The Vatican has secured its wealth for almost two thousand years, and does not appear to be as generous, or communist, as it expects the wider society to be:



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