Pope Francis cautions against nationalism, recent political rhetoric echoed ‘Hitler in 1934’



PoliticoPope Francis on Friday said he was “concerned” about recent political rhetoric, cautioning against nationalism and saying that recent political speeches he’s heard “resemble those of Hitler in 1934.”

“I am concerned because we hear speeches that resemble those of Hitler in 1934,” he told Italian outlet La Stampa. “’Us first. We … We … These are frightening thoughts.”

The pope’s comments come after Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini called for the parliament to be dissolved and asked President Sergio Mattarella to institute snap elections as an attempt to push the country’s government further right politically. more …

Opinion: I can’t decide as to whether Pope Francis

  1. has never read a Bible
  2. has ever read a history book
  3. or if he is applying for the future clergy role in Revelation 13:11-12.

The answer likely lies somewhere in there. Any reference to Hitler with regards to immigrants is patently dishonest and a cheap plea for global governance with himself as moral authority.

A 2017 survey, carried out by ComRes on behalf of the Stockholm based group Global Challenges Foundation found that on average, close to three quarters (71%) of the general public wish to see the creation of a new “supranational organisation to make enforceable global decisions” about major threats to humanity.

In every single country, over 60% of respondents said they wished to see a global government to tackle such issues as climate change, disease pandemics, artificial intelligence turning against humanity, weapons of mass destruction, natural disaster, and asteroids. source…

The US voted 67% for globalism. more …

From ancient Babylon to Rome, global government always turns wicked. From the Tower of Babel, to the early church selling indulgences, to replacement/covenant theologies, religious denominations turned wicked as well.

Pope Francis has not learned this lesson.