The Pope Supports Immigration. Why Not for Asia Bibi?

Mario Alexis Portella

Mario Alexis Portella is a priest of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and chancellor of the Archdiocese of Florence, Italy. He has a doctorate in canon law and civil law from the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome, a Master of Arts in medieval history from Fordham University and a Bachelor of Arts in government and politics from St. John’s University. He is the author of the recently published book “Islam: Religion of Peace? - The Violation of Natural Rights and Western Cover-Up” and he is a columnist for the monthly online journal Il Mantello della Giustizia.

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  1. ECAW's blog says:

    Fr Portella has been remarkably frank about his boss here. The rest of us can be even franker. I regard Pope Francis as a mortal enemy to Europe, and also to Christianity itself, with his incessant prioritising of Muslims’ problems over those of his own flock and with his truly deluded or mendacious pronouncements about the Religion of Peace.

    He has been one of the prime movers behind the recently signed UN Pact on Migration which calls free movement to other people’s countries a human right.

    This 20 point plan from 2017 which “will contribute to the global compacts on refugees and migration which are currently being drafted and expected to be adopted at the UN General Assembly in September 2018” shows just how involved the Vatican has been:
    as does this “Share the Journey” campaign:

    The 1908 edition of the Catholic Encyclopedia (accurately) said this of Islam:

    “In matters political, Islam is a system of despotism at home and aggression abroad… The rights of non-Moslem subjects are of the vaguest and most limited kind, and a religious war is a sacred duty whenever there is a chance of success against the “Infidel”. Medieval and Modern Mohammedan, especially Turkish, persecutions of both Jews and Christians are perhaps the best illustration of this fanatical religious and political spirit.”

    How could the Catholic Church, in the person of its current Pope, have so lost contact with reality over the course of 110 years?

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