I’ve just watched The Two Popes. It is a typical product of the Netflix provider, with its eternal anti-white and anti-western motivations. However, it is a good film to illustrate what we have been calling ‘the Christian question’ (the CQ).
Countless times I have said it but it is worth repeating:
The current pope is not an anti-pope as the Christian forums of white nationalism claim. On the contrary: he is the first pope who tries to take the message of Jesus in all its purity to the real world. That’s why Jorge Bergoglio, whom I understand pretty well since we share the same mother tongue, chose Francis as his papal name: something that no one who sat in Peter’s chair had dared to do before.
So anti-western and anti-white is the film that it ends with black ‘refugees’ in the Sistine Chapel, and with the words of Francis sympathising with them. It was not the only bad message of the film. But the one that best represents the CQ.
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What incentive do European people have to achieve excellence if praise and love is being given by Europeans to third worlders rather than them? And the third worlders are being praised simply for showing up.