Pope Francis Creepily Equates Muslim Migration into Europe with the Impregnation of the Biblical Sarah

Pope Francis, shown here at his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican on Wednesday, has emphasized inclusiveness in many of his speeches. In recent remarks, he reached out to atheists.

‘The man appears to be insane. Against the shocking recent wave of Muslim migrant rapes and sexual assaults–including the anal rape of a 72-year old woman (the convicted perpetrator got 20 months and will not be deported)–creepy is not even the word. A better one would be “obscene.”‘

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  • That is weird.

  • DMB

    It sounds like what he saying is that the wave of Muslim “refugees” into Europe will solve Europe’s low birth rate problem and eventually all of Europe will come to accept them. Anti Pope Francis sure is a special kind of stupid!

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Fuck that guy.
      Except in the ass because he might like it.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Pope Evita had her mind formally, firmly and irrevocably fucked by Jesuit indoctrination. As long as this girl is permitted to hang in the Vatican, the RC Church will continue to shrink and be diminished. It really is a shame the RC Church always seems to assassinate the WRONG popes, doncha think?

  • ismiselemeas

    He’s on a mission to out do himself daily it seems.

  • Exile1981

    Yes because rape is such a healthy way of increasing the birth rate.

  • Clink9

    Was he prone to eating lead paint chips as a child?

    • I hope you’re not suggesting that his mamma was irresponsible, because if you are he’ll be overcome with the irresistible urge to beat you up.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        If I woke up and the pope was giving me a blow job I’d say hey buddy in a couple of minutes we’re going to have a serious conversation.

        • Do you have this dream often?

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            No, it’s a Gilbert Gottfried joke.
            He’s my favourite Jew.
            Gilbert Gottfried’s Amazing Colossal Podcast is published every Monday.
            He’s a font of Hollywood trivia and his guests are amazing.
            Last week he had 93 year old Dick van Dyke on for over an hour.

          • Justin St.Denis

            He is wickedly weird and oddly insightful. Love his show!

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Nice to know I’m not the only one who listens to it.
            I am Gilbert Gottfried’s ardent fan.
            I saw him live in Winnipeg about twenty years ago.
            As far as comedy goes that’s always going to be the highlight of my life.

          • Justin St.Denis

            I have seen Mort Sahl on numerous occasions. Sidesplittingly funny man.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Note to self: Look up Mort Sahl and also find a video of Dana Carvey impersonating Dennis Miller on the Dennis Miller Show.
            And Norm MacDonald saying Cock!

          • Justin St.Denis

            Dana Carvey is a favourite! Did you ever see his very short-lived comedy show? I finally got the whole collection of episodes on DVD. Absolutely hilarious!

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I’ve seen bits of Dana Carvey’s show.
            At work we seem to be stuck on In Living Colour and MadTV.
            ‘Boxes and boxes and boxes of Vagisil.’
            Youtube Stuart bloopers.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Also, Colbert was on there before he stopped being funny.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Are you serious! Colbert was funny at one time? Was that before he melted his ear? Is that what ruined him? Why is he such a dick? Can you explain it?

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            No, I can’t explain it.

        • bob e

          puke me out x 100

      • Justin St.Denis

        So we’ve heard…..

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          Off topic,
          Having a private Giorgio Moroder love fest while the laundry rolls.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Gotta love vintage Giorgio. Remember POP MUZIK?

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Yes, we play it at work at least once a month.
            1979 was the richest year for all pop music.
            We also indulge in guilty pleasures like the Vengaboys.
            It’s an antidote to the classic rock we are forced to endure in the shop.
            One of the things I really like about not being in a supervisory role these days is that I can just cross pollinate with my fellow techs who are somewhat younger than I am.
            I can pass on the cultural references I grew up with and pick up some of theirs, too.

          • Justin St.Denis

            I still enjoy those old TACO songs. Got them all on CD! A guilty pleasure if ever there was one!

            And MODERN ENGLISH. I just love I MELT WITH YOU. But I digress…..

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            After The Snow was a great album.
            Aside, I tried to see if my younger buddy at work knew Life In A Northern Town today.
            He didn’t.
            I was disappointed.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Like TALK TALK, some people just missed that boat! Their loss!

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Like TALK TALK?
            I fucking LOVE TALK TALK.
            The Spirit of Eden is one of the greatest records of all time.

            My favourite line is ‘tell me how I fear it, I buy prejudice for my health’.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cIWsQuYVeg

          • Justin St.Denis

            SPIRIT OF EDEN is the best album of that whole period, although it really killed the band. I recall the reviews as BRUTAL. I loved it from the first time I played it.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            British music was in a state of flux then.
            We were a year away from the Stone Roses debut album and the Madchester scene.
            Rave music was still bubbling underneath.
            The Liverpool bands like Echo and the Bunnymen, Julian Cope and The Mighty Lemon Drops were sort of spinning their wheels.
            London was giving us nothing but Stock, Aitken and Waterman.
            Artists on my favourite labels like 4AD and Beggars Banquet were not doing much, either, even if the Cocteau Twins were always a good listen.
            The eighties ended sometime between 1988 when Spirit of Eden was released and Primal Scream’s 1991 release of Screamadelica.
            Lots of bands like China Crisis and Dream Academy didn’t recognize what was going on and kept pissing into the wind.
            I don’t think grunge had anything to do with what happened to music in England other than giving labels the excuse to chop up some contracts.
            They already had My Bloody Valentine, Inspiral Carpets, Blur and The Charlatans, by the time Nevermind washed away the hair metal bands in the States.
            Spirit of Eden was a stunning jewel that the critics didn’t get.
            They didn’t get Don’t Stand Me Down by Dexy’s Midnight Runners, either when it was released in 1985.
            Critics don’t get much until the world tells them different.

          • Justin St.Denis

            l became a YUGE Blur fan! Never liked Nirvana. Spent the later 90s exploring the Mike Oldfield catalog, which brought me to william orbit, then back to Rick Wakeman, then over to Steve Howe, the back again to John Martyn’s ENTIRE oeuvre (may JM Rest in Peace), all whilst keeping abreast of the overall decline of contemporary popular music. 🙂

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Oddly enough it was The Dream Academy that led me to Nick Drake.
            And the early Yes albums are fantastic.
            Blur’s Blur album is the most Bowie-esque on the later tracks.

          • Justin St.Denis

            John Martyn was a friend of Nick Drake’s, and it was via JM that I was brought to ND. PINK MOON still makes me cry every time I listen to the damned thing! And yes, early YES really kicked it! So did early ELP. ELP’s first album remains a staple around here (i.e. It get played more than once annually). 😉

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Till we have built Jerusalem,
            In England’s green & pleasant Land

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            1993.
            I’m living in a cockroach infested apartment in downtown Winnipeg just north of the U of W.
            It was maybe twenty feet by twelve feet and it cost me a hundred and sixty seven dollars a month.
            One day my Mom called me at work and said my best friend was dead.
            And the cold hand of death trickled down my back like a frost.
            I dreamed about him for days.
            He wanted me to come with him.
            And I said no.
            It was so real.
            I know I have just delayed the inevitable but I have had things to do here before I join him.
            My greatest fear is that I won’t have time to finish getting my kids off the ground and giving my wife a few years of happiness before I get hauled off.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Had a few close brushes in my time as well. I developed a real fear of people with bones through their noses after a pre-feasibility engineering study group I was part of was kidnapped and held hostage for three fucking weeks by Columbian tribesmen who expressed a morbid fascination with my blond hair virtually every hour we were held captive. Scary shit, and I have never been back to Columbia since.

            Stay safe, buddy! 😉

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            We’re only making plans for Nigel.
            We only want what’s best for him.

          • Justin St.Denis

            I love that song.

  • Where else is this reported?

    • OakesSpalding

      The original source (which I linked to on Mahound’s Paradise) is one of Italy’s main daily papers, Milan’s Corriere Della Sera. It was from an interview that they did last week. I don’t read Italian so the English translation was from an anti-Islamist blog. But the Google translation confirmed it. No one has claimed the translation is inaccurate. The article was picked up last week by many outlets, but the gossipy part about the Pope taking a phone call from Angela Merkel eclipsed the bit about the Biblical Sarah.

      • I looked and I could not find any article other than this one.

        I have no doubt that Pope Francis has no ruddy idea what is going on in terms of so-called immigration to Europe. I would rather hear it from the horse.

        This is the same popular press that glossed over Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill’s meeting in Cuba and its pesky pro-life sentiments.

        • OakesSpalding

          Click Blazing Cat Fur’s Link to Mahound’s Paradise and then click my link to Corriere Della Sera. There’s your horse (or your horse, according to that newspaper).

    • Meanwhile CBS is digging up dirt on Pope John Paul II — the guy who practically single-handedly precipitated the collapse of Soviet Communism with the Solidarity workers’ rebellion in Poland. It’s because the Left needs a pro-Communist pro-Islamist Pope like Francis to support their utopian global Socialist dictatorship:
      http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/intimate-letters-show-friendship-of-woman-with-pope-john-paul-ii/

      • Try as they might.

        Of course, this was Dan Rather’s network.

  • Martin B

    I have to admit that if I saw Bergoglio on TV, kneeling in an orange jumpsuit while a bearded goat humper held a sword over his head, I would be conflicted. Thoughts of cosmic justice would be running through my mind…

    • Justin St.Denis

      You are not alone…

  • Joy Freiheit

    The Bible does NOT say that Sarah was afraid first and smiling second. It was the other way around; she laughed out loud at the statement that she could still have a child at her age THEN she was afraid, when her laughter was overheard. She was never happy that the concubine was the mother of the first heir (Ishmael) and when Ishmael began to mistreat little Isaac, she demanded (not for the first time) that he and Hagar be expelled (expecting them to die in the desert). The actual Bible record is instructive, when considering these Muslim immigrants. See Genesis 18:10 – 15 and 21: 1 – 12.

    • Yes. Sarah’s demand that Hagar and Ishmael be expelled, and G-d’s injunction to Abraham to follow Sarah’s advice, provide a Biblical example and justification for the expulsion of the Arabs/Muslims from the Western world including from Israel. When someone is badly behaved, and just won’t straighten up and fly right, so that peace and security become impossible, then there is no option left but to get rid of him/her/them.

  • Physics grad

    Pope Karl Marx, scumbag.

    • Physics grad, please stop making comments like the one you left eight minutes ago which I just deleted on another thread. Calls for violence are not on.

  • “the shocking recent wave of Muslim migrant rapes and sexual assaults–including the anal rape of a 72-year old woman (the convicted perpetrator got 20 months and will not be deported)” – any good person would look upon these facts as proof of the utter evil of the perpetrators. Anyone who fails to take these facts into consideration, let alone does not condemn them, must himself be evil.