Opposing Muslim immigration is a “responsible exercise” of patriotism, says Cardinal Burke

May 21, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest:

Opposition to “large-scale Muslim immigration is a responsible exercise of one’s patriotism,” Cardinal Burke told an international conference in Rome last Friday.

Responding to a question on the morality of resisting Islamic mass migration at the Rome Life Forum, Burke warned the West of “immigrants who are opportunists, in particular in the case of Islam, which by its definition believes itself to be destined to rule the world, coming in large numbers to countries.”

Challenging Pope Francis’ position on Muslim migration and the Vatican’s refusal to bestow a papal blessing on Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini because of his policies on immigration, Burke spoke of Muslim migrants in Italy, France, Germany and the U.S. who resist “the legitimate authority of the state” and set up “their own legal order.”

Earlier, in his lecture on “Filial piety and national patriotism as essential virtues of the citizens of heaven at work on earth,” Burke rebuked “those who propose and work for a single global government” and “for the elimination of individual national governments, so that all of humanity would be under the control of a single political authority.”

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