The Pontiff blames the refugee crisis on…capitalism.

Did Karl Marx become Pope on March 13, 2013?

  • Martin B

    I’m getting really tired of this clown. When he isn’t pandering to the Muzz he’s pandering to commies, and sometimes he manages to do both at the same time.

    • Censored_EG

      Indeed. A Roman Catholic pope would be a refreshing change from this Muzzie loving Marxist.

      • You are being way to nice about this Marxist, dope, Pope.

        Mohammad claims to have received his revelations directly from God. Considering the hell on earth created by Islamic theology, it seems more plausible, Muhammad was actually getting revelations from the devil.

        And now we have a Pope who won’t even speak up about the thousands of Christians being murdered by Muslims in the name of Allah.

    • The Butterfly

      He is a buffoon.

  • David

    President Obama and Pope Francis may be sympatico on climate change, capitalism, and other far-left issues, but when it comes to the teachings of the Catholic Church, they don’t agree on much.

    The president will put this to the test, because he has invited a pro-abortion nun, a gay bishop, and a transgender female to the White House to meet the pontiff.

  • John

    What a Bolshevik!

  • Dana Garcia

    When Francis visited Bolivia a couple months back, marxican Presidente Morales gave the pope a hammer-and-sickle crucifix. So thoughtful!

    • DMB

      It looks like Anti-Pope Francis is wearing a solid gold neck less while embracing Communism. I wonder if the hammer & sickle crucifix is bronze or gold? Pope John Paul is rolling in his grave!

  • Stick with what you know Francis…………………………..whatever that is.

  • Ed

    He’s been practicing the intellectual look, as we can see in the photo.

  • Blacksmith

    “Did Karl Marx become Pope?” Why yes he did but I am sure it is racist of something that you noticed…….

  • terrence

    The brain-dead loser is a Jesuit – they are ALL Marxists

  • (sigh)

    Did anyone read the “Grandmother Europe” part of the article?

    And this:

    “One of the most overwhelming human tragedies of recent decades are the
    terrible consequences that the conflicts in Syria and Iraq have on
    civilian populations as well as on cultural heritage. Millions of people
    are in distressing state of urgent need. They are forced to leave their
    native lands. Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey today carry the weight of
    millions of refugees, which they have generously received. Faced with
    such a situation and conflicts that are expanding and disturbing in an
    alarming way the internal and regional equilibrium, the international
    community seems unable to find adequate solutions while the arms dealers
    continue to achieve their interests.”

    It goes on.

    He’s pandering to this guy even when he’s not pandering to this guy.

    I think the criticism of him makes less sense than he sometimes does.

  • Xavier

    El Popo has a magic 8 ball with ‘Climate Change’, ‘Capitalism’, ‘Racism’, ‘Poverty’, ‘White Privilege’, ‘White Devils’, ‘Western Culture’, and ‘A Malignant God’ on it.

  • Norman_In_New_York