There have been many words by the Pope and other Catholic clergy condemning the suicide bombings by the jihadists in Sri Lanka. We have been down this road hundreds of times before and their entirely empty words bring to the mind of PopeWatch this quotation from the first volume of Asimov’s Foundation Trilogy:
“The analysis was the most difficult of the three by all odds. When Holk, after two days of steady work, succeeded in eliminating meaningless statements, vague gibberish, useless qualifications – in short, all the goo and dribble – he found he had nothing left. Everything cancelled out.
Lord Dorwin, gentlemen, in five days of discussion didn’t say one damned thing, and said it so you never noticed.”
As soon as they can, the Pope and his ecclesiastical think-a-likes will quickly turn from the bombings to raising their voices again in support of mass Islamic immigration to the West, and damning anyone who objects as a bigot, and their fanciful, not to mention lunatic, belief that Islam is a religion of peace. As usual with this Pope, ignore the words and look at the actions. As far as the Vatican is concerned, Christians who live in proximity to Islam are strictly on their own, and that is the same message for Christian victims of the Islamic immigrants who the Pope champions in the West. Instead of shepherds, Catholics have at their head all too many accomplices of the wolves.