According to the Associated Press, Pope Francis on Monday urged countries to greatly improve their welcome to migrants and stop deportations because migrants’ dignity and right to protection must come before national security concerns.
The Pope issued a 20-point action plan to governments on refugees and migrants to focus them and help rally them to the issue he sees as one of the greatest global challenges of this century.
This latest dictum is intended to be the first of two drafts of global compacts on refugees to be accepted by the UN general assembly in 2018.
The UN hopes to become the one world government.
The religious ruler demands all governments “welcome, protect, promote and integrate migrants”. Jesus’ message of love is rooted in welcoming the “rejected strangers of every age,” he says.
Also required he claims, is a simplified process of accepting them without “collective expulsions”. He said the principle of ensuring each person’s dignity “obliges us to always prioritize personal safety over national security,” the AP reported.
The document, Responding to Refugees and Migrants: Twenty Action Points, says the world is facing “the largest movement of displaced people in recent memory” and we must welcome them all.
He also insisted on family and student unification – chain migration.
The document says: “While massive numbers of people have been forced to leave their homes due to persecution, violence, natural disasters and the scourge of poverty, migration should nevertheless be recognised, not as a new phenomenon, but rather as a natural human response to crisis and a testament to the innate desire of every human being for happiness and a better life.
“This reality, with its important cultural and spiritual dimensions, is having a significant impact on attitudes and reactions all over the world.”
The document’s 20 points are grouped in four calls to action: “to welcome, to protect, to promote and to integrate”. Their “ultimate goal is the building of an inclusive and sustainable common home for all”.
The one world pact which will require a one world government ruled by despots.
Matteo Salvini, the leader of Italy’s anti-immigrant Northern League party, wrote on Facebook: “If you want to do it in the Vatican, go ahead. But as a Catholic, I don’t think Italy can welcome and support the whole world.”
In early July, Pope Francis told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica that the United States of America has “a distorted vision of the world” and Americans must be ruled by a world government, as soon as possible, “for their own good.”
The Pope made the observation in an interview with La Repubblica reporter Eugenio Scalfari.
Don’t worry. The Pope is praying for the victims of radical Islamists. He wants you to suck it up buttercup.
Though I am a practicing Catholic, I must ask, Papal loon?