Pope Francis is yet again urging all world governments to open the floodgates to refugees, regardless of national security concerns.
“The principle of the centrality of the human person… obliges us to always prioritize personal safety over national security,” Pope Francis stated Monday.
The pontiff’s comments, delivered in anticipation of World Refugee Day 2018 taking place January 14, followed numerous radical Islamic terror attacks targeting Europe, including a truck attack in Barcelona last week which left 15 people dead.
“Let us beg the Lord, God of mercy and peace, to free the world from this inhuman violence,” the Pope stated.
But the Vicar of Christ didn’t let the non-stop terror attacks derail his argument in favor of open borders.
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