This Pope, by the way, just held a Mass at the Mexican-American border for those migrants who have died trying to sneak into the United States. But while visiting Cuba recently and having a splendid time with Fidel and the other brutal socialist murders, this Pope did not say Mass for all those murdered by Cuban socialism and all those still tortured in jail there. In fact, between hugs and smiles with the Castro brothers, he barely mentioned those unpleasantries. Now, in an election year in America, this Pope says Donald Trump is not a Christian because of his intent to limit U.S. immigration, but says nothing to condemn the murderous dictators in Cuba and elsewhere in his Latin America homeland (the Vatican, by the way, is said to have the most restrictive immigration policies in the world). All this is disgraceful.
All the poor people from Central America, from South America, from Africa, from the Near East, from the Middle East, from Central Asia, from East Asia, and from the Pacific Islands cannot fit into the United States and be supported by its people. The solution is not for the whole world to move to North America, the solution is for the rest of the world to make their countries better. The American people have been helping toward that end for over a hundred years, with open arms and with blood and with treasure, and they continue to do so today. Never have so few done so much for so many. But Americans cannot do it alone. People elsewhere must help themselves as well. If their rulers and their systems stink, they must change them. The Catholic Church and the related Iberian culture deserve most of the blame for the tragic, long-standing economic and cultural failures of Latin America, from which so many migrants are fleeing. The Pope needs to look much, much closer to home for his devils and his saviors.
I wonder if there’s a recall provision in Canon law. I’m very sure I’m not the first to do so.