In October 2021, the Jesuit pope Francis I, perfectly in keeping with his Romish religion and particularly his own Jesuit Order, compared the violent, destructive, murderous, profanity-spouting Black Lives Matter rioters with the Good Samaritan for going on the rampage in protest against the death of felon George Floyd, calling them “social poets”!
“Do you know what comes to mind now when, together with popular movements, I think of the Good Samaritan?” Francis asked. “Do you know what comes to mind? The protests over the death of George Floyd. It is clear that this type of reaction against social, racial or macho injustice can be manipulated or exploited by political machinations or whatever, but the main thing is that, in that protest against this death, there was the collective Samaritan who is no fool!”
And just how did he come to make this comparison? By his devotion to “liberation theology”, the heresy of Catholic-Communism. “This movement did not pass by on the other side of the road when it saw the injury to human dignity caused by an abuse of power,” he said. “The popular movements are not only social poets but also collective Samaritans.”
Yes, these words came out of the mouth of the pope of Rome himself, spiritual head of over one billion Roman Catholics. The same spiritually blind man who is viewed by hundreds of millions of equally blind people as the greatest Christian on earth. The man who claims to be the “Vicar of Christ”, the earthly representative of Christ, the One who said, “For the Son of man is not come to destroy men’s lives, but to save them” (Lk. 9:56); the One called the Lamb of God, holy and harmless in all His ways. Truly Francis has revealed, not a lamb-like nature but a wolf-like one. For all his Jesuitical, carefully-crafted image of gentleness and joviality, every now and then the facade is dropped and his true nature is exposed.
Old “Father Forked-Tongue” is a violent and Red man at heart. Nor should this be surprising. His Jesuit Order is steeped in blood, and not only in earlier times either: the Jesuits of his own continent of South America have been up to their dog-collared necks in supporting violent, bloody Communist revolutions ever since the 1970s, through their heretical doctrine of “liberation theology”. Many South American Jesuits even took up arms and fought alongside Communist terrorists. This is the background to Francis I, a man from Argentina who led the Jesuit Order in his country and was steeped in Jesuit intrigues there, long before he became pope of Rome.
Although usually more guarded in his utterances, when he believes there is something to be gained by it he will voice open support for Communist movements and revolutions. This is precisely what the Black Lives Matter movement was, and is: a Communist movement, the aim of which is the destruction of the present order in the United States so that a full-fledged Marxist dictatorship can arise. Even though many Americans don’t have a clue about it, the United States has been engulfed in an outright Communist revolution, of which the BLM movement is a very important player. And from the very outset of the Black Lives Matter violence Francis and the Jesuits have been fully supportive of it, to destroy the United States from within and to advance Jesuit/Vatican power in the United States, turning the entire country into a Jesuit-controlled Roman Catholic and Communist nation.
Note that although Francis mentioned the death of George Floyd, he did not say a word about the hundreds of lives lost in the BLM convulsions of 2020, nor about the huge destruction of property and the chaos that ensued. Not a word! Weren’t the lives of those hundreds of other people as important to him as that of Floyd? Obviously not.
As quoted above, he referred to the BLM riots as a “reaction”. This is the modus operandi of liberation theology: to always lay the blame for violence squarely on the State. Francis followed this Communist script well. He made the BLM thugs out to be motivated by a high and worthy cause: to be mere reactionaries to the “oppression” of the State. He made it clear that as far as he was concerned the injustice was all on the side of the State. The BLM rioters were innocent, decent human beings, “social poets” despite being incapable of opening their mouths without a torrent of profanity issuing from them (poetry sure has changed since I was at school!), who reminded him of the Good Samaritan. He was following precisely the same script as that which was followed in my own country of South Africa: first, the Communist revolutionaries stirred up violence; then, when the authorities clamped down on it, the Communists who had started it in the first place accused the police of “brutality”; then the violence of the revolutionaries was ratcheted up, with the excuse that they “had no choice” but to go to war against the State to “defend themselves against unprovoked police brutality” and State oppression.
It worked in South Africa in the 1980s and early 1990s and it has now worked in the United States.
In truth there is no comparison between the Good Samaritan and the BLM terrorists. Read what Jesus said: Lk. 10:29-37. Did the Good Samaritan rise up in wrath and hatred against the authorities, burning, looting and even murdering? No. He went to the aid of the man who had been beaten up and left for dead, but he did not then go on the rampage! What’s more, it was not the authorities who had beaten the man up, but common thieves.
The story Jesus told is so obviously different from what the BLM fanatics did after the death of George Floyd that even “Father Forked-Tongue” was hard pressed to distort it to make it supposedly support what he was getting at. The only supposed “similarity” between the Good Samaritan and the BLM rioters which Francis could invent was that “this movement did not pass by on the other side of the road when it saw the injury to human dignity caused by an abuse of power”. But that’s no similarity at all. The man who was beaten up and left for dead suffered a lot more than some supposed “injury to human dignity”! Nor was he harmed by “an abuse of power”, but by common thieves! The Samaritan took care of the man. BLM thugs, however, went on the rampage, destroying, burning, looting and killing.
This is how liberation theologians operate: they lift Bible accounts and Bible teachings out of context and distort them, giving them meanings they simply don’t have – anything at all, so long as they can be stretched and twisted to make them appear to support Communist revolution. And because Roman Catholics and so many others are biblically illiterate, ignorant of the Bible’s true meaning, they lap it all up. The blind lead the blind, and both fall into the ditch (Matt. 15:14). Unless the Lord intervenes and draws them out, away from false religion and unto Himself, the ditch they have fallen into will be one from which they are unable to extricate themselves for all eternity.
Shaun Willcock is a minister, author and researcher. He runs Bible Based Ministries. For other articles (which may be downloaded and printed), as well as details about his books, audio messages, pamphlets, etc., please visit the Bible Based Ministries website; or write to the address below. If you would like to be on Bible Based Ministries’ email list, to receive all future articles, please send your details.
. “Pope Francis Compares George Floyd to Biblical ‘Good Samaritan,’ Praises BLM Rioters for Being ‘Social Poets.’” National File, October 17, 2021. https://nationalfile.com.
. See The Vatican Moscow Washington Alliance, by Avro Manhattan. Published by Chick Publications, Chino, California, 1986.