2015 Holiday Message to Pope Francis: You’re Not Helping Anybody with Socialism, Holy Father

2015 Holiday Message to Pope Francis: You’re Not Helping Anybody with Socialism, Holy Father

[Hat-tip to PewSitter]

28 December 2015

The Catholic Church has been hijacked by the S American left, and it’s sad to watch- yet ironically, this ongoing ‘revolution’ at The Vatican continues while disillusioned Argentines and Venezeulans run away from socialism as fast as their feet can carry them…

Get with the times -and facts/reality- Your Holiness, the left has nothing to offer the poor that has a prayer of working over the medium-long term.

With all due respect, you could learn from John Paul II and Ronald Reagan… both of whom did a lot more to aid the plebes -and did it effectively- than blowhard Marxist frauds like Hugo Chavez, Obama, or Castros will ever do.

Reagan created 20 million jobs- isn’t that really helping people?

And what pray-tell has Obama ever done that even came close to
The Gipper’s towering accomplishments? What could he ever give-away that would have such a lasting effect as the wealth -along with the supreme dignity of self-sufficiency- produced by the bountiful Reagan boom years?

Most intellectually-honest people are aware that capitalism – of the light on regulation/long on opportunity variety- is the only thing that has ever lifted any masses out of poverty -or created wealth from thin air- in world history.

And what’s up with the back-room bargains with Obama, arranging for you to shill for ‘climate change’ and suicidal open-borders policy while we all make nice with communist Cuba- not only are you misguided and on the wrong side of all these issues, they’re really none of your business in the first place.

Perhaps you could get back to taking some responsibility for open season on Christians in the Middle East and why you’re just kicking-back watching the Islamic invasion of the Christian west like some spectator… when what you ought to be doing is meeting with people like Viktor Orban and brave, pro-Catholic, anti-immigration conservative leadership in Poland to discuss this grave existential threat to Europe and all the west.

FWIW, I myself am a lifelong, still-church-going Catholic, adopted from a Catholic infant home. I have always been loyal to The Church all my life, because among other things they most likely saved my life -so I’ve regularly defended Rome when it wasn’t easy to do so.

But enough is enough- really. The world-socialist left, godless Obama regime, and the Castros are not the sorts of things the Holy See should be scheming behind closed doors with… only an agenda-driven ‘progressive’
(like an Argentine Peronist-populist type) could possibly think otherwise.

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One comment on “2015 Holiday Message to Pope Francis: You’re Not Helping Anybody with Socialism, Holy Father

  1. The author writes: “only an agenda-driven ‘progressive’
    (like an Argentine Peronist-populist type) could possibly think otherwise.”
    Actually, Peronism, as founded by Juan Peron has many positive Catholic elements. But over the years it has splintered among many different factions and ideas. Juan Peron was for most of his life a conservative on social issues. He was heavily influenced by the Church concern for the working classes, which is part of our traditional Catholic Teaching on True Social Justice. He sought a “third way” between the extremes of materialist big business capitalism and godless internationalist banking, and the other extremes of Marxism and Communism, which, if not for him, many Argentines, especially in their unions were being seduced. The Kirschnerist Peronists are cut from a different cloth. For them, anti-capitalist Marxist egalitarianism is the goal and the Peronist Party is the tool. Unlike Juan Peron, the Kirschers come from “Ivory Tower” liberal rich families. For Juan Peron, The goal was govern-managed social and economic balance, and fair wages. He knew that Argentine businesses were small, fragile, struggling and could not survive foreign competition. The foreign completion had developed technologies, and had well-developed international relationships and recognition with international agencies and banks. Developed countries could also dictate the conditions for loans, and make Argentina’s political, social and economic services conditioned and dependent on outside governments and NGOs. Juan Peron protected small and growing Argentine business with high tariffs to even-out the foreign competition’s cheaper/mass-production technological superiority. He gave tax incentives to Argentine businesses, but did not spare taxation on the foreign banks and industries, so that they could not under-price Argentine business. He was PRO_BUSINESS. Anti-Socialist, Anti-Communist and Anti-Marxist. He successfully hijacked worker support from these ideologies, by placating them on economic issues. If it wasn’t for him Argentina would today be like Venezula or Cuba.

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