Pope Suggests the U.S. Open Southern Border to All

“…Invoking Martin Luther King Jr. and his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, Francis made an impassioned plea for the refugees fleeing Syria, saying the crisis is “of a magnitude not seen since the Second World War.”

Noting his own status as “the son of immigrants,” the pope pivoted to a more sensitive subject: The flow of illegal immigrants across the United States’s southern border.”


He may not be the last Pope, but he may as well be.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Just as soon as this a-hole turns the entire Vatican into a flophouse bed and breakfast for “refugees”.
    He’s worse than I thought.

    • Oracle9

      First the US, now the Church. Marxism has infested the heart of the civilized world.

    • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

      Some of what he says is as ridiculous as the advice we’re used to getting from celebrities.

      If he keeps this up Hollywood will give him an Oscar.

    • It’s really nuts, especially to hear Left-wing pundits around the world (most of whom are militant atheist or at best agnostic) suddenly speaking in glowing terms about the Pope. These are the same pundits that only a couple years ago were saying the meanest, most disgusting and disparaging heretical and blasphemous things about Catholicism that one could imagine. Their recent “conversion” is obvious political, not spiritual, moral or ethical.

      • Tom

        They’re not the ones who have converted – he did, from Catholicism to some secularism/humanism/Marxism hybrid.

      • Oracle9

        Shows ya how either leftist dreams are a religion or how far the Pope has strayed from his appointed path.

  • Alain

    Perhaps his predecessor was the last pope.

  • Observer

    Now with the Pope’s blessing Obama can still follow his higher power and keep open the floodgates he already threw wide open to anybody who wanted to flood into the USA.

    No, the higher power he seems to follow isn’t God; It’s the United Nations overwhelmed by all the tyrannical third-world country members it has.

  • Brett_McS

    The Camp of the Saints has a Latin American Pope that says exactly the same thing. How about that for a prediction?

  • When the new Pope was elected I remember everyone on this blog was following it intently and commenting as we watched the live-stream broadcast. I also remember when I heard his name announced in in Italian — “Bergoglio” — I immediately looked it up on Wikipedia to find out who he was. To my relief I discovered that the new Argentine Pope was actually historically opposed to Marxist “Libertation Theology” that swept Latin America in the ’80’s. I remember writing announcing that right here on BCF.

    But when I checked back on Wikipedia about 30 minutes later I discovered that ANY historical reference to Bergoglio’s opposition to Marxist LT had been completely wiped from the entry! It was frankly astonishing, and a presage of things to come. (I think I still have a copy of the original entry on disk somewhere). What the Pope is preaching is pure Liberation Theology, not to be confused with the traditional and very genuine concern that Catholics have always demonstrated for the poor.

    • Clausewitz

      First of all, Wiki is the most unreliable source on the internet (Anyone with five minutes and an axe to grind can change the postings), and secondly I look at him as a Peronist with Marxist leanings. Either way, he’s about to turn the Catholic Church into the United Church of Canada.

  • Martin B

    I would like to suggest the Pope should throw open the gates of the Vatican to all the world’s Mohammedans. That way they could finish off what they started in 846:


    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I think that’s a great idea.
      Most Catholics I know are so fucking blasé.
      If they had to fight for something aside from what their doting mothers made them for lunch it would be awesome.
      Protestants make their own lunches.

      • FactsWillOut

        Protestants don’t need some giant bureaucracy to mediate their relationship with God. RC’s do, it seems.

  • simus1

    It is helpful to remember this shithead was apparently chosen pope by a majority of his fellow shithead cardinals.
    At least as far as is known, none of them have asked for their money back. None.

  • His address to Congress was rather middling and unspecific:


    • FactsWillOut

      Admit it, the man is a commie.

      • You didn’t go to the link, did you?

        There is a reason why I don’t believe popular press rags when they report on the Pope.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    So saturated has been the American media’s coverage of the pope that I can’t take it anymore. My interest in the news ended with the last eulogy for Yogi Berra.

    • Clausewitz

      Last nite during the baseball telecast TSN cut to commercials at the start of the moment of silence. Stay classy TSN, stay classy.

  • Xavier

    Mr. Bergoglio, tear down this wall!

  • tom_billesley

    “of a magnitude not seen since the Second World War.”
    The Catholic Church stepped up to the mark then, arranging shelter, papers, and ratlines for high-ranking Nazis and their allies. Many of them headed for South America.

    • The Catholic Church protested Jews and POWs. Just see Sir Martin Gilbert’s works.

  • simus1

    The photo of Crazy Joe, Spineless Bonehead, and Pope Evita really sums it up :

    Twenty First Century Madness – The First Fifteen Years

    • FactsWillOut

      Talk about unsustainable.

  • Hard Little Machine

    It has.

  • John

    …says Pope Bolshevik.