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Cardinal Parolin Propagates Mass-Immigration in Book Sponsored By Angela Merkel's Party

Cardinal Piero Parolin, the Vatican's Secretary of State, has claimed that “immigrants contributed in a substantial way to the birth of big civilisations in the past and in the present”.

Polemicising against “barriers and walls” he added that the “negative narrative” on immigrants must be countered.

Parolin wrote his lofty statements in a preface to the book “Immigration, understanding and proposals” published by the Gregorian University in Rome.

The book was produced with money from the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, an institution closely associated with Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union, a German party promoting immigration, gay-ideology, and oligarch capitalism.

The foundation is largely financed by the state and has a budget of about €120 million.

Parolin totally ignores the deleterious consequences on poor countries who through emigration lose those parts of the population which they need most, while the rich countries of destination acquire cheap labourers for whose education they did not have to pay.

Picture: Pietro Parolin, © Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk, CC BY-SA, #newsKjirnwfzoi
CarolineA03
Mass Immigration of us into HEAVEN is all you need to be concerned about. Stick to your schedule as laid down by Jesus Christ. You hate the True Church so in your boredom and contempt you involve yourself in the political machinations of the anti-Christ.

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frjimanderson
Whose agenda does he serve?
alex j
These liberals/lefties just can't stop themselves from comments that are not thought through. Even choice of words,-Mass immigration[?]- has a religious ring to it. Freudian slip perhaps. Could be he's thinking in terms of only Catholics should emigrate to wherever for Mass' Who can fathom his/ their stupidity????
Jungerheld
Right! Where is charity toward those in countries losing the population they need most? (These polemics are "giving birth" to something, alright!)