African cardinal suggests EU’s immigration policy is destroying nations
An African cardinal has stated that Poland's right to distinguish between refugees and economic migrants, is imperative.
Published: November 2, 2017, 7:02 am
Speaking at Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw on Sunday, at the International Congress of the “Europa Christi” movement, the black cleric Robert Sarah, has supported Poland’s resistance to the current prevailing “logic” of migration which Soros surrogates have been trying to impose on the nation, according to Polish newsmagazine wPolityce.pl.
“In what manner is it possible to remove the rights of the nation to distinguish between a political or religious refugee, who must flee from his homeland, and the economic migrant, who wants to change his address without adapting himself, identifying with, and accepting the culture of the country in which he will live?
“Even more so [how is it possible], if this migrant is of another religion and culture and serves as a pretext for the relativization of the absolute value which is the common good of the nation?” Sarah said, questioning the motives of pro-immigration forces.
According to Sarah, the ideology of liberal individualism promotes a “blending” that erases the natural borders of homelands and cultures. He warned that this would eventually lead to a ”post-national, one-dimensional world” in which “the only criteria are consumption and production”.
He added that the rights of peoples to their own home nations, were inalienable.
“I say again that we must work together to rebuild the nations that have fallen victim to war, corruption and injustice, but this does not mean encouraging the uprooting of peoples and the destruction of nations. Some people exploit the Word of God to justify the promotion of multiculturalism and gaily take advantage of the excuse of hospitality to justify the admission of immigrants.”
The conference was held in three Polish cities between October 19 and October 23, and attended by 40 guests from Poland and abroad.
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