Sunday, April 20, 2008

The Pope is a Globalist

Not surprisingly, the Pope has come out against undermining the United Nations. He uses words that should scare those who value our national sovereignty, like, "human family", "international community", etc.

He also speaks of minorities who choose to act without a consensus, jeopardizing the "necessary unilateral consensus" he believes is necessary to cure the world's ills. Of course, the "minority" is the U.S., and the "act" is the war in Iraq.

The liberal-minded pontiff is of the opinion that "every diplomatic avenue" be explored and that nations should give attention to "even the faintest sign of dialogue" before choosing to act.

In other words, be spineless and let them play us. Try to imagine a world where we actually respectfully listen to the demands of terrorist nations and give careful thought before acting.

I don't think so.

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