Wrong Biblical Passage: Doltish Diplomat Bergoglio Burns All Bridges

Speaking at the Russian Senate on Monday, Maria Zakharova, the spokesperson of the Russian Foreign Ministry called Francis comments about Ukraine AmericaMagazine.org interview “beyond the pale” and “a perversion.”

Francis alleged that he had “much information” about “the cruelty” of the Russian troops and that “the cruellest are perhaps those who are of Russia but are not of the Russian tradition, such as the Chechens, the Buryati [sic].”

Later, on Telegram, Zakharova added that, until now, Western propaganda was claiming that Slaves “were tormenting” the Chechens, “Now they say it’s the other way around.” Background: Kiev keeps painting the Ukrainians as “true Slavs” who are being menaced by the “Asiatic Russian horde.”

Zakharova explained to Francis that “it is [allegedly] written in the Bible that all men have one Father” and that this precludes all “xenophobic, racist, nationalist” statements.

“We are one family with the Buryats, Chechens, and other representatives of our multi-ethnic and multi-confessional country,” she went on, “Together we will surely pray for the Holy See, each in his own way with the same intention, wishing it not to be led into temptation. Amen.”

Likely, Zakharova doesn’t know that Francis refuses this part of the Our Father and has replaced it with the self-made version “and do not abandon us to temptation.”

Francis has repeatedly offered his services as a mediator between NATO and Russia, but obviously he does not know how to go about it.
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Salvatore Bastatti
Each day passes, and Catholics just allow this fool to belch his inanities and do nothing to remove him.
Malki Tzedek
The term 'dolt' with respect to Francis is oft-times redundant.