Alluding to Poles’ reluctance to accept Muslim migrants, the Pope declared that none of the conflict in the world is related to religion in any way.
“When I speak of war I speak of wars over interests, money, resources, not religion. All religions want peace, it’s the others who want war.”
According to him, opening up borders symbolizes "great wisdom and compassion."
Thankfully, the Polish people see through him and persistently reject his suggestions.
A poll by CBOS in the country revealed that 70% of Poles don't want any Muslim migrants.
Although Poland is a Catholic nation, they do not blindly follow Pope Francis. They instead honor the memory of Pope John Paul II, born Karol Jozef Wojtyla in Wadowice, Poland. The Polish people see Pope Francis as someone alien and strange. The Argentinian Pope gets a rather cold reception when he visits Poland.
|“It is no secret that the message of Francis is ignored by the Polish clergy,” wrote Jaroslaw Makowski in the May 31 edition of Poland’s edition of Newsweek magazine.|
The clergy of Poland support the nationalist party, PiS. In fact, it is believed that church support of the party assisted in their overwhelming election victory in 2015.
The people of Poland, including the clergy, are steadfastly nationalistic and they remain committed to the idea of maintaining their Polish identity. They know that by remaining White and homogenous, they are a stronger, healthier nation.
Long live Polish common sense.