In a newly published book, “Let Us Dream,” Pope Francis defended the protests against “police brutality” led by the leftist group Black Lives Matter (BLM), while criticizing the demonstrations against the lockdowns caused by the pandemic caused by the CCP Virus that damaged the businesses and the social relations of millions of people around the world.
In the new book, the highest authority of the Catholic Church condemned police brutality as an affront to human dignity and encouraged people to march in opposition.
“Abuse is a gross violation of human dignity that we cannot allow and which we must continue to struggle against,” he wrote in his book as reported by Fox News.
With regard to the protests against the CCP’s closures, in Europe and elsewhere, Pope Francis defended governments that were strict in saying that people were attacking their rulers “As if the measures that governments must impose for the sake of their people constitute some kind of political attack on autonomy or personal freedom!”
The pope went on to smear the protesters against the virus measures by saying, “You will never find people like that protesting the death of George Floyd, or joining a demonstration because there are slums where children lack water or education.
With this speech, Pope Francis seems to be trying to generate a break between “good and bad,” where the “good” would be those who fight for Floyd’s death and inequality, without making reference to the fact that most of these protests in the United States ended in violent looting and destruction of entire buildings, and the “bad” would be those who face the restrictive measures of some governments that try to impose mandates of indefinite isolation without any logic.
The pope’s views that contradict the essential foundations of Catholicism continue to generate controversy around the world. On Oct. 21, a documentary titled “Francis” called for the passage of a law approving civil union for same-sex couples, according to The BL.
The pope stated that in the eyes of God, homosexuals “have the right to be part of the family,” according to “Francis,” “What we have to create is a civil union law. That way they are covered legally.
According to the tradition of the Catholic Church, homosexual acts are contrary to natural law and are not approved “under any circumstances.”
A Vatican document signed in 2003 by then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, which was also approved by Pope John Paul II, expressly prohibited support for civil unions for homosexuals.
“Those who would move from tolerance to the legitimization of specific rights for cohabiting homosexual persons need to be reminded that the approval or legalization of evil is something far different from the toleration of evil,” the text says.
The pope’s statements have deliberately contradicted the teachings of more than 2,000 years of Catholic faith. In 2018 he assured that hell does not exist and that the condemned souls simply “disappear.”
In an interview titled The Pope, he said, It’s an honor to be called a revolutionary, he explained to his friend Eugenio Scalfari that souls who had committed sins were not punished but received God’s forgiveness as long as they repented, thus suggesting that they could attain the kingdom of God.
“But those who do not repent and therefore cannot be forgiven, disappear. There is no hell, there is disappearance of sinful souls,” the pope said, as reported by CNS News.
On Sunday, Oct. 4, during the pronouncement of his new encyclical, “Fratelli Tutti” (All Brothers), the pope condemned the “magic theories” of the free market, assuring that the world needed a new type of politics, demanding a more social end to private property, an idea that comes from the theories of communism and socialism.