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[–] theoldones 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

fucking traitor pope.

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[–] 70times7 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

all popes are traitors.

Its in the job description.

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[–] John22 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Christian Zionism should die. Just stop believing in Middle Eastern religions pls. . Turning the other cheek will only get you killed. The Christian Jewish lobby and supporters are a dangerous movement and its the reason why Jews have so much power over the west. Christianity is based on a narcissistic, delusional man declaring himself God and naive people believe in it.

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[–] MikeGolf 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

It's a trap

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[–] outrider787 ago 

Pope is wrong, and his plea will fall on deaf ears anyway, Bulgaria already stated that they want no refugees anyway

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[–] newoldwave ago  (edited ago)

Yea? How many Muslims you got living in the Vatican, Popey?

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[–] Nachtmurmeltier ago 

Bulgaria

They won't do it, there's no chance.

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[–] brandnewset ago 

Bulgaria remembers communism.

One hip bone for the family to eat for a week. Boiled and boiled again.

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[–] derram ago 

https://archive.ph/ab4WM :

2019-05-05 | Pope Francis Urges Bulgaria to Open Its Heart to Refugees - The New York Times

'SOFIA, Bulgaria — Making his first visit to Bulgaria, Pope Francis on Sunday pointedly appealed for care for migrants in one of the corners of Europe that has been most unwelcoming to them — a stance that puts him at odds with both the country’s government and its dominant church. '

'Since the migrant crisis of 2015, one of the pope’s most emphatic and consistent messages has been the need to welcome refugees, who he believes have been exploited by fear-mongering European nationalists. '

'But rarely has he delivered it in a nation that has so few Roman Catholics — they make up less than 1 percent of the seven million people in a country that is mostly Bulgarian Orthodox — or such powerful opposition to his view (though the Vatican itself is surrounded by widespread hostility toward immigrants that enabled the right to take power in Italy). '

'After a brief meeting Sunday morning with President Rumen Radev in the capital, Sofia, Francis noted that Bulgaria was “familiar with the drama of emigration.” The country is losing its youth and educated classes to opportunities abroad and has, according to the United Nations, the fastest-shrinking population in the world. '


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