Sure, apparently some bad players can get in and manipulate or exploit such a noble cause by political machinations. But the racism of Floyd's death (made obvious by Derek Chauvin's skin color - Pope Francis approves this message) calls for radical and extreme measures to be celebrated by Catholics the world over.
Like anyone beholden to the leftist state, when things done for the left go sour, it's always someone else's fault. When bucking the Left, for even the best of reasons - like worried about feeding your family - it's because you're a selfish devil who likely doesn't care about starving people in the developing world. Pope Francis can obviously tell the difference.
Oh, and Pope Francis also says shorten work days. With production and transportation grinding to a halt and even items of necessity becoming scarce, that's a bit like telling the Titanic to avoid the iceberg instead of hitting it head on.
Nonetheless, he's the pope God has seen fit to allow for our time. Rather than cheer him on blindly as the Catholic left will no doubt do, I prefer to wonder what the Church has done to warrant this period in its history.
|No, Pope Francis does not mean this is the Good Samaritan. He simply means it's irrelevant compared to the greater cause of rising up against racist macho cops killing black Americans.|