Pope Visits Central America to Push Mass Migration to the US
The Pontiff made remarks during his visit to preside over World Youth Day in Panama
Pope France has seemingly advocated the migrant caravans that have flooded the southern U.S. border by decrying 'the fear of migrants' on his visit to Panama on Thursday.
The Pontiff made remarks during his visit to preside over World Youth Day in Panama as more migrant caravans in Central America begin heading to the US.
The Catholic leader, pushing the globalist narrative, urged church leaders to support migrants in the countries to which they are entering.
Last week, reported that at least 500 migrants have begun traveling from Central America to the United States border from Honduras, but according to new developing reports there are more on their way.
“The Church, by her universality, can provide the fraternal hospitality and acceptance that can enable the communities of origin and destination to dialogue and to help overcome fears and suspicions,” Francis said, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Francis told reporters that fear over migrants was “making us crazy.”
But according to a report from the Daily Beast: Mexican authorities are focusing on getting migrants to remain in their country.
In December, the government announced that it was planning a $30 billion initiative for development in southern states, which would help provide jobs for Central Americans.
The humanitarian visas currently being handed out give migrants the chance to work in Mexico and receive care in public hospitals, and they are renewable after the first year.
The Pontiff has been vocal on his support for migrants, regardless of they are legal or not.
He famously urged world leaders to "forget about national security" concerns as immigrant's needs are "more important" than borders.
Speaking in Ciudad Juarez in 2016, the Pontiff decried the gang violence and human trafficking that migrants faced, which was characterized as “forced migration.”
“The human tragedy that is forced migration is a global phenomenon today,” Francis said.
“No more death! No more exploitation! There is still time to change; there is still a way out and a chance, time to implore the mercy of God.”
Francis recently called on world leaders to open their borders to waves of migrants from the Middle East and North Africa, seemingly obvious to the terrorist attacks that have plagued countries because of mass immigration.
Earlier this month, the Pope requested European leaders that they receive a group of African migrants currently aboard two NGO vessels.
The boats, belonging to German NGOs Sea Watch and Sea Eye, each have 32 and 17 migrants onboard and are still waiting for a port to accept them.
“For the last several days, 49 people rescued in the Mediterranean Sea have been aboard two NGO vessels in search of a safe harbor where to disembark,” the pope said in his recent Angelus message.
The Pope continues with the 'borderless' narrative.