If the Vatican is looking to avoid a full scale revolt in the coming years, they may want to invest a little more time in the Papal priorities.
For decades, the rumors and inklings of abuse continued to run rampant throughout the Catholic Church. By the mid 80’s, the general public was starting to get a real sense of the scope of the issue, but, thanks now to the widespread use of the word wide web, citizens of the planet are freer than ever to share their experiences, both good and bad, with society at large.
This has led to a number of massive scandals being blown wide open, including a wholesale conservative revolution in America where the equality-drive #MeToo movement has been driving left-leaning democrats out of their jobs in the media and in politics.
Our newfound communication skills have also helped to further uncover the rampant, almost ritualistic child sexual abuse that appears to be going on within the church itself…something that the supposedly progressive Pope Francis has been making a habit of tiptoeing around.
In his latest appearance, the Pope again decided to attack the world’s conservative awakening by again promoting the globalist agenda. Oh, and completely omitting any mention of the pedophilia plowing through Catholicism.
Pope Francis threw his weight behind a Vatican conference seeking to connect populism with xenophobia and racism Thursday as part of an ongoing pro-immigration campaign.
Some politicians “yield to the temptation to exploit the fears or the objective difficulties of some groups,” Francis said in his closing address at the World Conference on Xenophobia, Racism and Populist Nationalism in the Context of World Migration, adding that these politicians “make illusory promises for short-sighted electoral interests.”
The Catholic establishment in Italy has been a vocal opponent of interior minister Matteo Salvini, who has been keeping his campaign promises of reining in illegal immigration and reasserting Italian sovereignty before the European Union.
Meanwhile, the Pope is comparing those who have accused their clergymen of illicit conduct to Satan.
Pope Francis, I’ve tried telling you this nicely, but it’s time to get back to work. You have a problem on your hands that will, without a sliver of uncertainty, bloom into a cancerous plague on all of humanity if nothing is done immediately.
Your call, Francis.