I thought the Pope was supposed to be infallible – so how come he can contradict himself and be right and wrong in the same sentence?

Apparently, according to Pope Francis, the influx of migrants into Europe is an ‘Arab invasion’. Well, he got that one right!

But then he goes on to say that the aforementioned invasion is ‘a good thing for Europe’. It seems that he thinks it will ‘enhance Europe for the better’ by ‘making it more multi-cultural’. He insisted Europe will ‘go forward and find itself enhanced by the exchange among cultures.’

Well perhaps he should reflect on the events of New Years Eve in Cologne. That was certainly a meeting of cultures wasn’t it? Or maybe the grooming of children in Rotherham by gangs of muslims?

And while we’re on the subject, what’s the Catholic Church doing towards helping with humanitarian aid? How many so-called refugees are being housed in the great halls of the Vatican?

This guy is as bad as Welby. They’re both out of touch with reality and talking the talk so that other people can walk the walk. They’ll tell you what to do as long as it doesn’t effect them!

‘Officially infallible’ my arse!


10 responses to “Infallibility

  1. I am sure those German women at New Year really enjoyed being “culturally enriched”

  2. flaxensaxon

    Who gives a shit what this old, out of touch wanker says.

  3. Yeah, well, this is a man who believes that there is an invisible man living in the sky who made everything in six days and can see and hear everything and is everywhere all at once – and has a direct telephone link to the Vatican. So believing two contradictory things at once isn’t such a leap.

  4. Well, I have faith in the one true living Lord, the blood of the lamb, shed for me on the cross etc…but the Pope? Pah! I think he’s a complete and utter charlatan. If he was a true believer, he would preach the word, not pompous moralistic sermons. (And that goes for the C of E too…)

  5. BillyTheFish

    “Exchange amongst cultures”

    We give you Islam and you give us total subservience.