Josef Stalin once famously inquired “How many divisions has the Pope?” He was responding to a growing sense within the CCCP Party elite that papal displeasure would lead to a hiccup in the grand Marxist global conquest. It did at a later date. This was to be long after the long run had ended for Premier Stalin. Donald Trump has essentially offered up a similar inquiry. “Of what validity is a papal fatwa?”
You see, Pope Francis has heard Donald Trump speak out on several issues near and dear to the Pontifex Maximus’ Inner Gramsci. It would appear that His Eminence views The Donald as The Bad, Old Antithesis. According to Pope Francis, those who build walls instead of bridges have not heard the good news. He offers his homilies below.
“Building walls instead of bridges is not Christian; this is not in the Gospel,” the pope said. The pope said he hadn’t heard about Trump’s plan, but took reporters’ word for it, and said he’d give Trump “the benefit of the doubt.” But he added: “I’d just say that this man is not Christian if he said it this way.”
Donald Trump went positively Beast Mode when he picked up the social media joystick to respond.
I think he doesn’t understand the problems our country has,” Trump said. “I don’t think he understands the danger of the open border that we have with Mexico. I think Mexico got him to do it because Mexico wants to keep the border just the way it is because they’re making a fortune and we’re losing.”
This was Trump being nice. He later went to a rally and reached back for full-metal concern-troll on The Pontiff.
“…if and when the Vatican is attacked by ISIS, which everybody knows is ISIS’ ultimate trophy, I can promise you the pope would have only wished and prayed that Donald Trump would have been president.”
So the question for Pope Francis became “What was His Holiness thinking?” You don’t wrestle with pigs unless you like it down in the gritty mud. That’s where The Donald lives*. If you’ve ever played prop in a rugby match against an opponent with absolutely gross personal hygiene, you know what a verbal sparring contest with The Donald is like. So why did Pope Francis so completely disgrace The Holy See?
Well, here goes the explanation of why.
- Pope Francis could give a flying Kangaroo-Rat’s Rear-end less about Catholicism. Like any good Gramscian termite, he saw it as an institutional base of power he could subvert, use and help rot. So what if he has to put the clown suit on and say ridiculous things? “Magna cum laude, summa cum laude, the radio’s too loudy.” He’ll put the show on as long as he gets the power and adulation. His hatred and contempt for the poor desperate souls that he flim-flams with his pseudo papacy knows no logical boundary.
- Donald Trump is appealing to a certain audience that Pope Francis believes are his. Not in the metaphorical sense, not in the show-biz sense. Pope Francis believes the poor are truly his. He gets to collect them and trade them with his friends like Simon Legree. If Donald Trump were to merely issue mortal threats against the Vatican, Pope Francis couldn’t be bothered. But the Donald threatened Francis’ true concern. The Donald now has to be excommunicated.
So Francis was out of his league with The Donald. The truly cynical man sees Francis for the utter fraud that he is. The Donald has seen every slimy SJW entriest that ever came down the pike and knew his best course of actions was to tell Faux Francis to go blow it out the sanctified cloaca maxima. When Trump publically explained Pope Francis was a disgrace, it was time for Snidely Whiplash to hop back into his Pope Mobile and slink away. A papal Spokesman emerged with the pooper-scooper to do the unenviable media cleanup job.
“In no way was this a personal attack, nor a voting indication,” Lombardi said. At first, Trump responded angrily, calling the pope’s remarks “disgraceful,” and saying no religious leader should question his faith. But Thursday night, he also softened his tone, saying during a CNN town hall that he likes the pope and what he represents. “I don’t think this is a fight,” Trump said. “I think he said something much softer than was originally reported by the media.”
As one talented Twitter smart-aleck put it “What we have here is failure to excommunicate.” This taught me two lessons. One as the newly-minted Nrxer and another as the believing Christian. As an Nrxer, I learned that the true rebel can challenge a phony SJW abusing an unearned title and banish the imposter the way the wielder of blessed crucifix sees off the malignant Nosferatu.
As a believing Christian, the words of St Paul were truly verified.
Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I have become sounding brass or a clanging cymbal. 2 And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing.
In the end Pope Francis is just an SJW fraud. He has no love. As St. Paul so presciently predicted, he is nothing. This is why the crass, hard and cynical Donald Trump just pried him off the bottom of his shoe like a flattened pile of dog turds. Go and do thou likewise with all the SJW frauds that bedevil your existence.
*-Because it’s somewhat cleaner than Atlantic City.