Is The Pope A Communist Dana

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Is Red Francis Is That A Nickname That Goes

too far what’s your take on it. I lived in Central Europe for eight years and actually attempted to move to Cuba right after Pope John Paul. The second went there which is a story for another time. So I’m sensitive to let’s say two easy applications. The word communist to describe someone with left-leaning economics all that said the man has clearly studied some Marxist economics over the years and I’d put him in a category just to be safe of the kind of democratic Socialist that we see in Western Europe and on college campuses.

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He puts America at the center of this kind of economic neoliberalism that he even used this phrase when he was in Cuba of all things of economic imperialism, which I think is just incredibly bass-ackwards when you. to what the truth of how the world and especially poor people have gotten out of poverty the last 25 years. It wasn’t about complaining about income inequality I was by adopting more free market principles that the Pope is generally opposed to and when his encyclical focuses on man-made climate change and he goes around and he blames. For instance, the refugee crisis blames it on money and says capitalism is isn’t good and he said what does it income inequality is the root of all political is the root of all evils something to that effect.

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April I mean These are these are concerning remarks and concerning stances for The Vicar of Christ to be taking well let’s imagine he was in in Cuba talking about how capitalism is it does degrades the dignity of the individual that is so exactly backwards. You think about it, especially in Cuba? Cuba Hasn’t flirted with a lot of capitalism Over the years. They have just a little bit of wheeling and dealing that happens in Havana, much of which is as a tax about a hundred percent by the government. So the dignity of the individual we have learned in totalitarian and especially communist countries over the years is especially smashed by these types of projects. You don’t have the dignity of individualism.

Capitalism Is The Only System By Individual Rights

and individual flourishing, including flourishing that has absolutely nothing would seek nothing to do with seeking money. The monetary gains where he and a lot of critics said it wrong. It’s about hey. I can make choices including I can choose to be a monk if that’s what I want to do because I live in a place where there is freedom of. choice he gets that so wrong and it’s an important thing to get wrong because the types of people who activate and act on those policies are sentencing people to a kind of poverty that we should be able to turn our backs.

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I Wish The Pope Would Listen To

Bono more bombs out there basically saying hey look development 8 Ain’t doing it. It’s actually capitalism that’s pulling people out of poverty. It’s a mystery to me how he’s how he’s come to this conclusion. Matt because he you know born and raised in Argentina I don’t really see him as having a lot of familiarity with with capitalism to come to such a staunch opinion against it to have such a negative opinion of it what is shaping his view well. I mean as a lot of people have pointed out he is a student of her own.

Ism In Argentina I Mean Theres

a left-wing critique of capitalism that is suffused in Latin American thought and has been and it’s one. It’s very sensitive to the notion of of real and imagined imperialism from the United States and elsewhere. Unfortunately, at that that’s he hasn’t really graduated from the 1970s when it comes to that so you can see that that suffuses his thought when he uses the these types of language out there. It’s just shocking to me that we live in a world where there’s thirty-six percent absolute poverty right people living on a dollar a day or less 25 years ago. Now that’s down to you know under eighteen percent and it’s basically dropping with a bullet and none of this and I mean none of this is because of people who acted on the policies of worrying about income inequality You want.

See A Place With No Income Inequality

go to Cuba right everyone’s poor everyone is wishing that they had running water and electricity and a bunch of stuff that they used to have In Havana. They don’t have that anymore that the only the real inequality there is between the rulers which this Pope refused to really bust their chops their feed El caso at a very cordial and warm greeting. I don’t think that’s the role of one who believes in the dignity of the individual to give a high five to someone who has done more than many people on this planet to defame the dignity of the individual.

Summary

Is red Francis is that a nickname that goes too far what’s your take on it? Pope Francis is generally opposed to free market principles that the Pope is opposed to . He puts America at the center of this kind of economic neoliberalism that he even used this phrase when he was in Cuba of all things of economic imperialism, which I think is just incredibly bass-ackwards when you. You think about it, especially in Cuba? Cuba Hasn’t flirted with a lot of capitalism Over the years. They have just a little bit of wheeling and dealing that happens in Havana, much of which is as a tax about a hundred percent by the government. The dignity of the individual we have learned in totalitarian and especially in totalitarian states.& So the dignity of . Havana is a . government. We have learned to learn in totalitarian statehouses. We don’t know in totalitarian Statehouses. He said what does it income inequality is the root of all political is the . root of ….. Click here to read more and watch the full video