Friday, July 10, 2015

Pope arrives in Bolivia preaching a communist message

On July 9, Pope Francis arrived in the nation of Bolivia to speak upon the second piece of his ambitious global agenda, which calls of an end to capitalism and the implementation of Communism.  In a speech or mass given to the poverty stricken Bolivian people, the Roman Pontiff preached a message against greed and capitalism, and spoke to a willing congregation that the world should use their money to give to the poor.
In fact, in recognition of Pope Francis’s Communist leanings, the President of Bolivia, Eva Morales, give the head of the Catholic Church a crucifixion formed in the shape of a hammer and sickle, with an image of Christ nailed to the hammer.


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