Thursday, November 08, 2018

Great minds think alike: Pope Francis Asks to See Michael Moore in Private and Tells Him that "Capitalism is a sin"

"Capitalism is a sin" Pope Francis said to the director of Capitalism during a visit to the Vatican. In the Valeurs Actuelles weekly, Amaury Brelet reported that
The far left American director and the pontiff, who met a few weeks ago at the Vatican, seem to share, without surprise, the same radical opinions.
 
Great minds think alike


Michael Moore spoke with Pope Francis a few weeks ago at the Vatican. The far-right American director even detailed their interview while a guest on the show "Late Night with Seth Meyers". "I went to the general audience and asked to speak to me privately…"
In French:
Le réalisateur américain d’extrême gauche et le souverain pontife, qui se sont rencontrés il y a quelques semaines au Vatican, semblent partager, sans surprise, les mêmes opinions radicales.
Les grands esprits se rencontrent. 

Michael Moore s’est entretenu avec le pape François, il y a quelques semaines au Vatican. Le réalisateur américain d’extrême gauche a même raconté en détails leur entrevue alors qu’il était invité du show “ Late Night avec Seth Meyers ”. « Je me suis rendu à l’audience générale, et il a demandé à me parler en privé... »
Flashback: In an interview with a foreign-language newspaper never disclosed by America's MSM, Michael Moore, the director of Sicko and Capitalism (A Love Story), admits in so many words — "Dude, I am on Marx's Tomb!" — to being nothing less than a Marxist

UpdateGeorge Neumayr:
James Grein said what the bishops [of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)] wouldn’t:
“It is not Francis’s church; it is Jesus Christ’s church.”

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