Skip to comments.American Catholic Marxist Bishops' 'Compassionate Concern' For Migrants Doesn't Extend to Home Born
Posted on 08/31/2019 9:27:05 AM PDT by CharlesOConnell
Catholic Intellectual and Man's Man, Hilaire Belloc, of 'Europe & the Faith' fame, noted the astonishing idea that 'the barbarians at Rome's gates were not trying to destroy Rome, they wanted in to BECOME ROMANS'. The migrants who are dying to get into America, would find no 'there there', no America worth dying to get to, if Marxist-Catholic American Bishops had their way.
The American Bishops have just gone around the debates two generations ago during the Cold War, about the primary necessity of PRIVATE PROPERTY to ensure stability of societies for families and children. Now everything is 'compassion for migrants', but no compassion for home-born African-Americans.
The Koch Bros, the US Chamber & the Biz Roundtable didn't program your opinion to have compassion for Home Born African-Americans -- there's only room for them on the margins.
Marxist-Catholic American Bishops - Saul Alinsky and the American Bishops - WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING move
They, along with the UniParty, are in on the globalist/Marxist plant to change the face of America from white & black......to brown. Browns suit their globalist wants and needs much better. IF blacks would wake up to what’s going on, they’d leave the “plantation” and never vote RAT ever again. They’re allowed to kill all the whites, blacks,etc. they want...but God forbid you ever kill a brown.
Lack of response is disappointing. It’s your country they’re after.
“Lack of response is disappointing.”
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Your post has only been up for 2 hours. Most of us are doing chores and so on. Give us a little time.
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