Hypocritical Pope Francis Promotes Christian Europe While Pushing to Flood it with Muslim Migrants (Video)

Pope Francis has suggested repopulating European villages with migrants who will be mainly Muslims from the Middle East and Africa to compensate for the drop in the native birth rate, raising concerns about the potential Islamization of Europe.

Pope Francis has raised concerns that Europe is in a serious crisis due to its demographic winter and loss of Christian roots. The Pope recently visited Hungary and praised its ability to keep its Christian roots alive while much of Europe has forgotten them. He noted the solid Christian roots of the Hungarian people have been put to the test and their faith tested by fire during the atheist persecution of the 20th century. Yet, despite the “violent attempts to cut down the tree of faith, the roots remained intact with a hidden church, alive, strong, and powerful.”

In his address, the Pope expressed concern that consumerism is a threat to freedom in Europe, as it numbs individuals to the significance of history, leading them to focus solely on their immediate desires. He warned that this narrow focus on the present could cause individuals to forget the importance of community, larger families, and dedicating themselves to others, resulting in a crisis throughout Europe. The Pope emphasized that this issue is a critical challenge to preserving European values and heritage.

To preserve the roots, the Pope emphasized the importance of education and passing on Christian values to the younger generation. He also called for a return to traditional family values and emphasized the importance of the family unit in society.

The Pope’s message highlights the challenges facing Europe in terms of its demographic shift and loss of traditional values. He offers a call to action to preserve these values and promote solidarity and community, which he sees as key to addressing these challenges.

Although Pope Francis has expressed concern about Europe’s demographic decline and loss of Christian roots, his actions and statements have often been contradictory. On the one hand, he has praised Hungary for preserving its Christian heritage, but on the other hand, he has endorsed the idea of repopulating European villages with migrants to compensate for the native birth rate decline. The majority of these migrants are Muslims from the Middle East and Africa.

In a speech in 2019, the Pope stated that “we must not be afraid of foreigners, but instead open ourselves to them.” He went on to suggest that migrants could revitalize rural communities that have suffered from depopulation due to low birth rates and aging populations.

He also unveiled a sculpture dedicated to migrants and refugees in St. Peter’s Square and said Christians have a moral obligation to care for them:

For years, critics, such as former French Presidential Candidate Eric Zemmour, have accused the Pope of being an enemy of Europe who has abandoned the defense of the Catholic heritage and turned the Vatican into an NGO. In addition, Zemmour has argued that the Pope’s message is often left-wing discourse rather than Catholicism and accused him of sacrificing the once-Christian continent to Islam.

The issue of mass migration and demographic change in Europe is a highly contested topic, with some predicting that Europe will become unrecognizable in the next generation as it ages and fails to renew its generations while welcoming migrants from cultures with radically different values. The Great Replacement theory of demographic change has been condemned by the European Union as a conspiracy theory promoted by the extreme right.

The Archbishop of Strasbourg, Luc Ravel, who Pope Francis nominated, declared that “Muslim believers know very well that their fertility is such today, that they call it … the Great Replacement. They tell you in a very calm, very positive way: ‘One day all this, all this will be ours …”

Great Replacement

The term “The Great Replacement” is a name given to an ongoing demographic process occurring in Western countries. This process refers to the changing demographics of these countries due to mass migration and low birth rates among the native population.

The phrase was coined by French writer Renaud Camus, who first got the idea for the term while traveling in France. He observed that thousand-year-old villages had completely different inhabitants than they had historically. Camus’ book “The Great Replacement,” published in 2011, helped to popularize the term and bring attention to the phenomenon.

Other names for the same process include “replacement migration,” used by the United Nations, and “creolization,” used by the French leftist politician Jean-Luc Mélenchon. The process is well documented by official statistics from countries such as France, Great Britain, the USA, and Norway.

In 2015, current US President Joe Biden stated that this demographic process would make whites a minority in the US and that this was a positive thing that Americans could be proud of. However, when the media refer to people who are negative about the process and call it “The Great Replacement,” the angle typically portrays them as far-right conspiracy theorists or that their worldview and rhetoric can inspire racist violence.

The media do not portray the great replacement neutrally. Instead, the press uses the angle that “this worldview can lead to violence” selectively against certain groups. For example, it is not used against Black Lives Matter, whose worldview is shared by people who carry out or celebrate killings of police officers, or Muslims who consider the Quran, which contains explicit calls to kill infidels, to be the infallible word of God.

The medias manipulative reporting  on immigration issues is in direct obedience to the UN Global Migration Compact of 2015:

It is essential to note that while there are conspiracy theorists who have hijacked Camus’ phrase, the phrase itself is not a theory but a name that designates an ongoing demographic process. In the book “You Will Not Replace Us!,” Camus explains how he got the idea for the phrase and its meaning.

Join The Great Replacement Press Conference

To clear up some widespread misunderstandings about “The Great Replacement,” Legatum Publishing invites people to an open press conference with Renaud Camus, who will participate digitally from France.

The event will take place at Deichman Bjørvika, Oslo Public Library, Lunden, 4th floor (P), on Thursday, May 11th, 2023, at 18:00 CET. All attendees, including journalists and others, will have the opportunity to ask questions to Camus. Before the question round, there will be a conversation between Renaud Camus and researcher Øyvind Eikrem, who has written the foreword to the Norwegian edition of the book.

“The Great Replacement” is a term that describes an ongoing demographic process that is happening in Western countries. While there are conspiracy theorists who have appropriated the phrase, it is not a theory in and of itself but a name given to this phenomenon. Understanding this process and its implications is crucial in today’s world, where demographic changes are having a significant impact on societies and cultures.

Amy Mek

Investigative Journalist


  • Nobody wants to raise a big family in a toilet. Worst pope ever, and he even has a dicknose, like a demon! Satan needs to call in his chit, right now. Bozobiden and Nasty Piglosi too. All of them can go to the Lake of Fire! Evil, Evil, Evil.

  • “Barack Obama lectures about ‘widespread disinformation’ on World Press Freedom Day: ‘Truth matters’ ”

    “Truth matters”.
    What an idiot N-man!
    Did nothing as president!


  • This Pope is a wolf and has betrayed all the Catholics on planet Earth, if you are in the Catholic Church get out now before it really gets bad. The Catholic Church is the whore spoken of in the book of revelation that rides the beast ( the political Beast that is changing this world right now), and we all know how it is going to end, but the Pope who does not know the Bible is blinded by power and money.

  • “Pope Francis” Jorge BerGOGlio is a heretic and an Apostate. He is as Catholic as Mohammed.

  • He’s not just being contradictory, he’s intentionally trying to deceive the masses by using misdirection, just as a magician would. This guy is dangerous to the world at large.

  • The migration of Moslems into Europe is the result of the problem, not the cause. The real underlying cause of the problem is the drop in the birth rate due to abortion and contraception.


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