Pope Calls on Christians to Better Integrate with Other Religions

Pope Calls on Christians to Better Integrate with Other Religions

Pontiff encourages integration with migrants

Pope Francis has encouraged Christians to better integrate with migrants and people of different faiths.

“Today, I don’t think that there is a fear of Islam as such but of ISIS and its war of conquest, which is partly drawn from Islam,” the Pontiff told French newspaper La Croix.

“It is true that the idea of conquest is inherent in the soul of Islam.

“However, it is also possible to interpret the objective in Matthew’s Gospel, where Jesus sends his disciples to all nations, regarding the same idea of conquest.”

Pope Francis reached out to the people of Europe, asking they “integrate” Muslim migrants into their populations.

“This integration is even more required today because, as a result of a selfish search for wellness, Europe is experiencing the grave problem of a declining birth rate,” he specified.

“A market emptiness is establishing.”

“Europe has become old and run-down and needs human support … they are not motivated by compassion for the Levant, its people, and its refugees … quickly, we will trample them underfoot, Allah prepared,” he stated.

“Throughout Europe, all the hearts are enthused with hatred towards Muslims. They want that we were dead, but they have lost their fertility, so they try to find fertility in our middle.”

“We will give them fertility! We will breed kids with them because we will conquer their nations!”

Pope Francis likewise went on record freely promoting socialism during the interview.

“A completely free enterprise does not work,” he claimed.

“Markets in themselves ready however they likewise require a fulcrum, a 3rd party, or a state to monitor and balance them.”

“In other words, [what is needed is] a social market economy.”

It’s been approximated that in the twentieth century alone, socialism and communism resulted in the death of a minimum of 130 million people.

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