UK arrested Tommy Robinson for reporting child-rape gangs that the government caters to. The UK banned reporting of his arrest, denied him a lawyer, and is trying to have him assassinated in prison. Regardless of how you feel about his views, this is a totalitarian government.
Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read
Vatican II Church and immigration
Vatican II Church and immigration refers to involvement of the Vatican II Church; an international power hungry network centered on the Vatican City; and it's involvement in promoting mass immigration, also known as demographic genocide, particularly into ethnic European lands. Since the Second Vatican Council, many former Catholics have abandoned the sect, either remaining traditional Catholics or becoming agnostic. Nobody takes seriously the contradictory, liberal sect and it's grinning, homosexual, baby-boomer priests today. The main reason it promotes the migration of Black Africans to Europe or Mestizos to North America is to shore up it's depleted ranks with low IQ footsoldiers, who they hope they can turn into political capital. This campaign of treasonous sabotage is carried out under the banner of so-called "social justice."
Before the advent of the Second Vatican Council, when the Catholic Church still controlled the majority of it's historical institutions, there were very few institutional pronouncements claiming immigration as part of a body of "natural rights". This changed in the mid 20th century, with the development of Social Catholicism. Certainly, individual clerics had promoted the migration of Catholics from Europe to the United States for example, however there was no Papal or dogmatic claim of it being a "right" and these people ultimately shared a common European heritage. In 1952, the Papal encyclical Exsul Familia ("On the Spiritual Care of the Migrant") was authored by Pope Pius XII, which promoted a sympathetic approach to European refugees and exiles; the specific context of this was, in the aftermath of the Second World War there were 11.8 million displaced persons in Europe.
Vatican II Anti-Papacy
The specific origins of the modern policy toward immigration is the pseudo-encyclical Pacem in Terris by Angelo Roncalli (commonly known as John XXIII), who was the first in a line of Anti-Popes of the Vatican II Church, having come to power in a palace coup in 1958, when Cardinal Giuseppe Siri had purportedly been elected first. Roncalli was a liberal, who was praised by freemasons and was soft on communism; he called the robber council known as the Second Vatican Council, which instituted the new religion in Rome. The pseudo-encyclical was released in April 1963. This stated: "Every human being has the right to freedom of movement and of residence within the confines of his own country; and, when there are just reasons for it, the right to emigrate to other countries and take up residence there." While certainly, this document was qualified in the sense that it claimed there are limits, rather than complete open borders, however, in general it embraced the masonic conception of human rights as promoted by the United Nations. Roncalli claimed that "powerful" (ie - successful, ethnic European) nations, had a stronger obligation to accommodate invaders.
|“||Every human being has the right to freedom of movement and of residence within the confines of his own country. When there are just reasons in favor of it, he must be permitted to migrate to other countries and to take up residence there. The fact that he is a citizen of a particular state does not deprive him of membership to the human family, nor of citizenship in the universal society, the common, world-wide fellowship of men.||”|
|— Karol Wojtyla (Anti-Pope John Paul II), 1985, New World Congress on the Pastoral Care of Immigrants.|
|“||The churches created by Aquileia are called today to renew that ancient spiritual unity, in particular in light of the phenomenon of immigration and the new geopolitical circumstances.||”|
|— Joseph Ratzinger (Anti-Pope Benedict XVI), 9 May 2011, speech at Venice.|
|“||I would begin by praising your unremitting efforts, in the best traditions of the church in America, to respond to the ongoing phenomenon of immigration in your country. The Catholic community in the United States continues, with great generosity, to welcome waves of new immigrants, to provide them with pastoral care and charitable assistance, and to support ways of regularizing their situation, especially with regard to the unification of families. A particular sign of this is the long-standing commitment of the American bishops to immigration reform.||”|
|— Joseph Ratzinger (Anti-Pope Benedict XVI), 18 May 2012, meeting with US Novus Ordo "bishops."|
|“||Not infrequently, the arrival of migrants, displaced persons, asylum-seekers and refugees gives rise to suspicion and hostility. There is a fear that society will become less secure, that identity and culture will be lost, that competition for jobs will become stiffer and even that criminal activity will increase. A change of attitude towards migrants and refugees is needed on the part of everyone, moving away from attitudes of defensiveness and fear, indifference and marginalization - all typical of a throwaway culture - towards attitudes based on a culture of encounter, the only culture capable of building a better, more just and fraternal world.||”|
|— Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Anti-Pope Francis), 24 September 2013, World Day of Migrants and Refugees.|
|“||Many people forced to emigrate suffer, and often, die tragically. Many of their rights are violated, they are obliged to separate from their families and, unfortunately, continue to be the subject of racist and xenophobic attitudes. I would also like to draw attention to the tens of thousands of children who migrate alone, unaccompanied, to escape poverty and violence. They are increasing day by day. This humanitarian emergency requires, as a first urgent measure, these children be welcomed and protected.||”|
|— Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Anti-Pope Francis), 15 July 2014, conference in Mexico.|
- International Catholic Migration Commission
- Jesuit Refugee Service Europe
- Caritas Europa
- Pax Christi International
- Catholic Relief Services (6 January 2013). "Migration in the Light of Catholic Social Teaching (excerpt from "Strangers No Longer: Together on the Journey of Hope, A Pastoral Letter Concerning Migration from the Catholic Bishops of Mexico and the United States")". External link in
- The Telegraph (6 January 2013). "Pope calls on Italians to welcome immigrants". External link in
- Huffington Post (6 January 2013). "Pope Benedict XVI Backs U.S. Bishops' Commitment To Immigration Reform". External link in
- Reuters (6 January 2013). "Pope defends immigrant rights, denounces 'slave labor'". External link in
- Religion News (6 January 2013). "Pope Francis: End the 'racist and xenophobic' approach to migrants along U.S.-Mexico border". External link in
- Immigration and Catholic social teaching at Justice for Immigrants
- Compilation of "Catholic" Social Teaching Passages on Migration CLINCLegal.org
- Immigration and the Church at National Catholic Reporter
- Pacem in Terris at 50 at America Magazine