Pope Calls Anti-Mass Immigration Journalism a ‘Form of Terrorism’
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From Breitbart:



Pope Calls Anti-Mass Immigration Journalism a ‘Form of Terrorism’
by Breitbart London
23 Sep 2016


(Reuters) – Journalism based on gossip or rumours is a form of “terrorism” and media that stereotype entire populations or foment fear of migrants are acting destructively, Pope Francis said on Thursday.

Vox Wrote:
If this is true, if he's interpreted correctly, then only one word comes to mind:  pazzo.

Francis, who made his comments in an address to leaders of Italy’s national journalists’ guild, said reporters had to go the extra mile to seek the truth, particularly in an age of round-the-clock news coverage.

Spreading rumours is an example of “terrorism, of how you can kill a person with your tongue”, he said. “This is even more true for journalists because their voice can reach everyone and this is a very powerful weapon.”

In Italy, a number of newspapers are highly politicised and are regularly used to discredit those with differing political views, sometimes reporting unsubstantiated rumours about their private lives.

In 2009 several media outlets owned by the family of then-prime minister Silvio Berlusconi came under fire from the journalists’ guild over stories questioning the trustworthiness of a magistrate who had ruled against a company owned by the Berlusconi family.

The stories were filled with insinuations about the way he dressed, including the colour of his socks, and the way he took walks in the park.

Francis, who has often strongly defended the rights of refugees and migrants, said journalism should not be used as a “weapon of destruction against persons and even entire peoples”.

“Neither should it foment fear before events like forced migration from war or from hunger,” he added.

Last year, the right-wing newspaper Libero headlined its story on the Paris attacks that killed about 130 people: “Islamic Bastards”.

Another right-wing newspaper, Il Giornale, headlined a story last year on the chaotic situation in Libya and the risk that militants might sneak into Italy with migrants: “ISIS is coming. Let’s arm ourselves”.
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If there ever was a time to give this man the benefit of the doubt, that time is far over.

Any real Catholic is going to have a love for Christendom, Old Catholic Europe, the monuments of the Faith, the well-being of the
European people (even in the midst of their apostasy).  Any real Catholic personage in a position of influence would want to make
sure that whatever is left of Christendom is not entirely wiped out.

That does not describe Francis. 

The sheer wave of rape, terror, disruption of life, and potentially creating a permanent Islamic presence in Europe can be known by anyone with an
internet connection and two eyes to see (if one is actually in Europe).

And yet this man abuses any trust left among Europe's Catholics for their own preservation, trying to make them feel bad for objecting to those who would demolish them.  He only ever has harsh words for Catholics and those against the forced NWO agenda. But, the man is with George Soros.

It's sickening.  And he is a very sick man. 
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I believe Pope reasons following his experience in Argentina, that obviously can't be adaptable to European situation.
Simply he remembers the conditions of poor argentinian people: a true poverty, not like migrants that aren't the poorest of their country and have enough money to pay for journey to Europe.
So I give Him the benefit of the doubt.  :)
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(09-24-2016, 09:11 AM)Exurge Domine Wrote: I believe Pope reasons following his experience in Argentina, that obviously can't be adaptable to European situation.
Simply he remembers the conditions of poor argentinian people: a true poverty, not like migrants that aren't the poorest of their country and have enough money to pay for journey to Europe.
So I give Him the benefit of the doubt.  :)

Surely you do not believe he is naive and incapable of making the distinction between poor Argentinian people and Islamic hordes..?

You need to have a read over this:

http://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.ph...y-alliance

http://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.ph...connection
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(09-24-2016, 09:30 AM)BC Wrote:
(09-24-2016, 09:11 AM)Exurge Domine Wrote: I believe Pope reasons following his experience in Argentina, that obviously can't be adaptable to European situation.
Simply he remembers the conditions of poor argentinian people: a true poverty, not like migrants that aren't the poorest of their country and have enough money to pay for journey to Europe.
So I give Him the benefit of the doubt.  :)

Surely you do not believe he is naive and incapable of making the distinction between poor Argentinian people and Islamic hordes..?
He simply believes Islam is a peace religion, or he doesn't want to tell it to avoid attacks to muslims.
I don't agree and I repeat a sentence of an italian journalist died in 2006, Oriana Fallaci: "Not all Muslims are terrorists, but all terrorists are muslims".
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Ugh... not again.
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