Pope Francis recently caught everyone’s attention when he said he would not call Communist China undemocratic.
You know the country that is being run by a communist tyrant, Xi Jinping, who nominated himself as dictator for life, and who likes throwing Christians in jail and uses other ethnic groups as slaves.
Yeah, that one.
ROME — Pope Francis has rejected the label “undemocratic” to describe China’s communist regime, insisting that the issue is too complex to allow for such characterizations.
“I cannot get on board with calling China undemocratic; I won’t do that because it’s such a complex country,” the pontiff told journalists during his return trip from Kazakhstan to Rome Thursday. “Sure, there are things that seem undemocratic to us, that is true.”
“Labeling is difficult and I’m not ready to do that, since they are impressions, so instead I try to support the path of dialogue,” he declared.
Of course, this shouldn’t really surprise because Pope Francis is an avowed communist at heart. READ: Pope says coronavirus pandemic has proven that ‘magic theories’ of market capitalism have failed and world needs a new type of politics
This is also the same Pope who told an atheist he would go to heaven if he lived by his conscience. READ: Pope Francis assures atheists: You don’t have to believe in God to go to heaven AND Pope Francis says atheists can do good and go to heaven too!
This is the same communist regime that recently clamped down on Christian social media READ: Chinese Communists Clamp Down on Christian Social Media, and rewrote the Bible READ: China changes Bible story, says Jesus killed woman caught in adultery.
This is the same Pope who had a nude painting of Jesus behind his desk. READ: Under cover of COVID, the Vatican is going haywire
This is the same communist regime, which earlier this year, arrested one of Pope Francis’ cardinals, Joseph Zen. READ: Hong Kong cardinal Joseph Zen arrested under China’s security law
This was the same Pope who called for the elites to use the pandemic to create a new world order. READ: Pope Francis Calls for ‘New World Order’ After the Pandemic