sábado, 11 de agosto de 2018

Italianos se Afastam do Papa Francisco


Pesquisa mostra que os católicos italianos estão se afastando do Papa e apoiando o novo governo. O mesmo acontece com os italianos em geral.

O novo governo de Matteo Salvini e Giuseppe Conte promete defender a cultura cristã italiana contra a invasão muçulmana africana.

Então, a pesquisa não é surpresa. O Papa está do lado contrário, sempre apelando para a entrada em massa de imigrantes sem critério que trazem o caos público e privado.

O partido do governo que é contra a onda migratória destrutiva (Lega Nord, League em inglês) duplicou o apoio popular entre os católicos, católicos de verdade que pelo menos frequentam semanalmente a Igreja . E minimamente sabem o que significam ser católicos. E também quase duplicou o apoio entre a população em geral O 5 Stelle (5 Stars em inglês) que apoia o governo e também é contra a entrada em massa de imigrantes também aumentou o apoio entre católicos (gráfico acima).

A divulgação da pesquisa foi feita pelo site Politico, que conhecido pelo seu viés esquerdista.

Vejam relato da pesquisa abaixo, que começa dizendo que o Papa Francisco tem um problema: os católicos


Italy’s Catholics flock to the right

Support for Matteo Salvini’s hard line on immigration has spiked among country’s churchgoers.
Pope Francis has a problem: Italian Catholics.
In the home of the Vatican, believers are increasingly attracted by the hard-line stance of Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.
Francis and Salvini espouse radically different approaches to migration. Where the pope has called on countries to take care of the less fortunate, Salvini has turned his close-the-borders approach to immigration into an electoral warhorse.
The trouble for Francis is that Salvini seems to be winning — even among Catholic voters.
Since his ascendancy to the throne of St. Peter in 2013, the Argentine pope has advocated a welcoming approach toward migrants, in line with the Church’s tradition. He has washed the feet of jailed asylum seekers and visited Lampedusa — a small Sicilian island off the coast of Libya where many of Europe’s migrants arrive — to condemn the “global indifference” to the plight of those lost at sea.
In 2015, at the height of the European migrant crisis, Francis famously called on the Continent’s Catholics to open their doors to “refugees who flee death from war and hunger.”
“May every parish, every religious community, every monastery, every shrine of Europe welcome one family, beginning with my Diocese of Rome,” he said.
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Rising right

Salvini’s posture has triggered accusations of racism — but it has also rewarded him with a meteoric rise in the polls. Since March, support for his party has soared from 17 percent to roughly 30 percent. Only the League’s partner in Italy’s ruling coalition, the anti-establishment 5Star Movement, enjoys similar ratings.
Meanwhile, the pontiff’s popularity in Italy has dropped from 88 percent in 2013, when he was elected, to 71 percent, according to a recent poll. Among the key reasons, according to the poll’s author, Ilvo Diamanti, is migration.
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‘Get thee behind me’

Salvini’s popularity presents a direct challenge to the Vatican, said Alberto Melloni, a prominent historian of the Catholic Church, in a recent interview.
“The problem with Salvini’s operation is that he doesn’t just want the votes of Catholics,” he said. “Sometimes it almost seems like he wants their souls.”
Like Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, whom the Italian interior minister admires, Salvini has taken pains to cast himself as a champion of what he calls “Christian democracy.”


Um comentário:

Isac disse...

É por desistirem dele, pelas posições políticas do papa Francisco pró esquerdas e prejudiciais à fé católica e ao povo, desestabilizantes da nação - com plena razão!