Pope’s New Inquisition: You Can’t Make Guns & Call Yourself a Christian
by Tim Brown, Freedom Outpost
Pope Francis has to be one of the most Marxist popes the Roman Catholic Church has seen in recent decades. Over the weekend he had the audacity to claim that those who are engaged in gunmaking cannot call themselves Christians.
At a youth rally in Turin, Italy, the pope said, “”It makes me think of … people, managers, businessmen who call themselves Christian and they manufacture weapons,” he said, according to Reuters. “That leads to a bit a distrust, doesn’t it?”
But what about those who invest in such companies? He has similar words.
“Duplicity is the currency of today … they say one thing and do another.”
This is the same guy who rides in a bulletproof car. He’s also the same hypocrite whose Vatican danced around with the idea of homosexuality while conducting sodomite orgies, embraced anti-Christ Islam, recognized the terror state of Palestine, pushed for a new world order and even toyed with the idea of evolution.
Furthermore, let’s just ask the glaring question before the entire world… how does man, dressed in the finest of linens, housed in a 1,100 room palace and served hand and foot by servants exemplify the Lord Jesus Christ? How exactly does that work? Not to mention that the palace he lives in was built on the backs of the poor throughout Europe with a bunch of hocus pocus nonsense advanced the papacy and John Tetzel. And why? It was all for the sake of the love of money.
While Francis made several other comments, including those built upon previous comments about World War I and World War II, the reality is that there is a supreme difference between those who manufacture weapons for the protection of the innocent and those who build them for the destruction of the innocent.
I do not purchase guns nor do I promote the sale of guns, such as the Joshua Mark 5, so that they will be used to destroy the lives of innocent people. No, on the contrary, my guns and the ones I promote are to be used lawfully and in preservation of life and the keeping of a free state.
The pope is appealing to the emotions of people who do not understand the wickedness of the world they live in and how the 20th Century was among the bloodiest of all time. The majority of unnatural deaths occurred in the 20th Century as a result of democide (death by government).
The security of a people in a free state is due in their obedience to God and part of that obedience is to always be ready to defend life, liberty and property from those that are in rebellion against the Creator. I think we can all see whose side Pope Francis is on.