Article by Leo Zagami
In what seemed an extraordinary gesture, both political and personal, Pope Francis 4 years ago, on July 8th 2013, celebrated a historical Mass on the island of Lampedusa, Sicily, for the so-called refugees:
Italy’s southernmost island, Lampedusa lies between Malta and Tunisia, and is geographically part of the African continent. The Mass encouraged the massive immigration from Africa, that has been manipulated by Pope Francie, in cohorts with George Soros’ Open Society Foundation, and other NGOs controlled by Soros, one of the main evil conductors of this migrant crisis. Later in April 2016, Francis brought twelve Syrian Muslims to the Vatican, aboard his own plane, after a visit to the Greek island of Lesbos, only to kick them out of his small state, a few months later, when the media attention on this act of propaganda died out.
Pope Francis in Lampedusa in 2013
Two days ago, Luigi Di Maio, Italian MP for the Five Star Movement, made the staggering claim that his nation was “alone” as the biggest migrant crisis in recent history, that continues to grip the continent, and Italy has taken in more than 85,000 refugees and migrants only this year, making it the main point of entry into this nightmare called Europe.
Even the ex-Prime Minister Renzi, now in charge of Italy’s Democratic Party (Italian: Partito Democratico, PD), who originally tried to pretend the migrant crisis did not exist, along with the present Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, have both stated the impossibility of Italy in accepting more refugees now that it has turned into a national emergency. However, Pope Francis ignores this and continues his pro-refugee propaganda rants, regardless of the fragility of Italy as he Tweets on the 8th of July 2017:
“Migrants are our brothers and sisters who seek a better life away from poverty, hunger and war.”
I migranti sono nostri fratelli e sorelle che cercano una vita migliore lontano dalla povertà, dalla fame e dalla guerra.
— Papa Francesco (@Pontifex_it) July 8, 2017
The Pope also goes on supporting this invasion in a recent interview to Eugenio Scalfari, where he incredibly stated that the immigrants are attracted to rich Europe because of its past involvement in colonialism, that has good as well as negative aspects.
However, if you check out the comments on Pope Francis’ latest tweet, you will notice that hundreds of Italians have had enough of the Pope, and are actually starting to insult him calling him irresponsible.
Leo Zagami is the author of Confessions of an Illuminati, Volume III: Espionage, Templars and Satanism in the Shadows of the Vatican