Monday, April 16, 2018

Pope Francis Weighs in on the Death Camps*

Today, Pope Francis was asked about the pending murders of millions of additional people in the many extermination camps operated by the Nazis across Central and Eastern Europe:
I entrust to your prayer the members of those peoples and nations, living, sometimes for a long period, in situations of restricted movement, involuntary captivity or other potentially fatal circumstances due to the requirements of the war. By these I chiefly mean the Jews, but also Gypsies, homosexuals, Polish professionals and others, and of course Catholics. These are delicate and complex situations. We pray that every group and race is always respected in its dignity and treated in a way adapted to its condition, with the agreement of the relevant parties including local authorities and political and military professionals.
A week earlier, the Pope had "tweeted" his support for those being transferred to Auschwitz-Birkenau and destined for its gas chambers:
It is my sincere hope that everything necessary may be done in order to continue compassionately accompanying the Jews and others on their difficult journey made necessary by the current situation, and that the deep suffering of those affected by these measures may be heard. I am praying for the Jews, as well as for Germany and all others that may be involved.

*If you think this parody is unfair, tell that to Alfie Evans. 


  1. I don't think he wants to "accompany" those doomed to die.

  2. Great parody. It really reflects heretic Franny's modus operandi.

    1. Thanks, I think. It's sometimes hard to gauge reader interest, but I have a feeling the post was not very popular. Obviously, bringing up Nazi death camps is horrific, depressing and arguably borders on bad taste (or so some might think).

      But in its defense, there are many Catholics who are incredibly angry as well as heartbroken on what Bergoglio and his men have done to transform the Vatican's position as an implacable defender of The Culture of Life into (I would argue) a de-facto collaborator with the Culture of Death.

  3. "Obviously, bringing up Nazi death camps is horrific, depressing and arguably borders on bad taste..."

    Nope. This is right on the mark.