Friday, September 25, 2015

Pope Lenin

As I have stated previously, I think Pope Francis is a MultiKult tool. His recent Rainbow Tour of Amerikwa only confirms my initial impression.


Pope Francis touched down in Washington on Tuesday afternoon (Sept. 22) after a historic visit to Cuba, the first Latin American pope in history on his first trip to the U.S. He comes “as a migrant,” as a top papal aide put it, on a six-day visit filled with great expectations for the popular pontiff but also numerous challenges.

Among them are the sharp, even personal criticisms directed at him from American conservatives upset with his thundering pronouncements against economic injustice and climate change, and from conservative Catholics upset that his focus on the poor and marginalized is undercutting the Catholic Church’s focus on battling abortion and gay marriage. [...]

“Maybe I have given an impression of being a little bit to the left,” the pope conceded. “But if they want me to recite the creed, I can!”

People have all sorts of reasons to think “he’s communist or he’s not communist,” the pope said.

A LITTLE bit to the left? Perhaps a little left of Karl Marx, yes. I'm sure you can recite the creed: From each according to his ability, to each according to his need. Reasons to think you're a communist? Hmm... such as everything you have ever said since the moment you stepped off the plane in Amerikwa to assume your role as High Pontiff of the MultiKult? You've got Madonna and Kim Kardashian praising you for fuck's sake!

In honor of Pope Lenin's visit to the U.S., I present the following images.


  1. And now for something completely different. Some refugee crisis derived humor.