The Vatican has finally decided that it is a priority to combat the threat of Islam and the building of a new Tower of Babel via mass migration...
That is, of course, a joke. Instead, with all that has been going on, the Vatican has decided that it is more important for Peter Cardinal Turkson—an African from the West African nation of Ghana—to convene the World Conference on Xenophobia, Racism, and Populist Nationalism in the Context of Global Migration. The intent is, naturally, to promote the idea that the world is a "global village" and that migrants "are risking their lives in search of a better life." In effect, the West is expected to combat "destructive fears" and to promote "brotherhood and solidarity," and, to push this point, Turkson compared Jesus, Mary, and Joseph to the "refugees."
The optics of this are almost laughable to the point of thinking it must be a parody of some sort—an African from a nation with more Muslims than Catholics presiding over a Vatican-sanctioned conference in Rome meant to convince the West to continue accepting the endless flow of Africans and Muslims. Indeed, of the 22.5 million or so refugees in the world in 2016, 60.9% were from Sub-Saharan Africa or Arab nations, and, per the UN Refugee Agency, 57% of the "refugees" in the world come from just three countries—South Sudan, Afghanistan, and Syria. When anyone speaks of "refugees," they are really discussing African and Muslim economic migrants—people who claim they fled their own nations out of fear yet then return home for vacations.
In Germany, 1 in 5 people already have an immigrant background, and that actually approaches 2 in 5 for people under the age of 5. Due to the flow of the Third World into Germany, current estimates are that the nation will have a non-white majority within one generation. The United Kingdom, France, and the United States already face similar concerns. This is the background against which the Vatican sends out an African cardinal to say that the West needs to welcome even more from the Third World and that whites should feel bad for any questions, doubts, or fears they may have about losing their countries in the process. We are to accept that, as Christians, we cannot seek the protection and preservation of our own against invasion because the invaders need our lands and resources for them to have better lives.
Consider, however, that the Father warned the Israelites of the dangers of letting the nonbelievers remain amongst them saying (Numbers 33:50-55), "When you pass over the Jordan into the land of Canaan, then you shall drive out all the inhabitants of the land from before you, and destroy all their figured stones, and destroy all their molten images, and demolish all their high places... But if you do not drive out the inhabitants of the land from before you, then those of them whom you let remain shall be as pricks in your eyes and thorns in your sides, and they shall trouble you in the land where you dwell." Similarly, they were told that even if their own family members said (Deuteronomy 13:6-11), "Let us go and serve other gods," then "you shall kill him; your hand shall be first against him to put him to death, and afterwards the hand of all the people. You shall stone him to death with stones, because he sought to draw you away from the Lord your God." How can the above be reconciled with the mass importation of nonbelievers—predominantly Muslims hostile to Christendom?
Similarly, we are told that the Father scattered man all across the earth and confused their language (Genesis 11:1-9) and that He created the nations of men and set their boundaries (Acts 17:26). If God saw fit to divide mankind, to confuse all language, and set the boundaries of nations, are we to now think that the Immutable has changed His mind, that what He did in the past was a mistake? Presumably, yes, since the inevitable outcome of "global migration," as we have seen, is that Germany will cease to be German, that France will cease to be French, England will cease to be English, and so on; all replaced by a muddled brown mass that will inevitably come to speak the same language (Arabic) and practice the same religion (Islam). All vestiges of European civilization will be replaced, cathedrals turned into mosques.
Look at the image above. It was taken in London in 2013—five years ago. This is the future of the entire West unless something drastic changes very soon. This is the future that the Vatican tells us is what God desires, what Christ calls us to bring about. The masses that are flooding into Europe, the United States, and Canada are not "integrating," or converting to Catholicism. They demand entry into our countries and then set about demanding every accommodation, that society change to fit what they want. These are not "asylum-seekers" or "refugees." They are invaders.
For the sake of argument, however, let us assume that they are refugees fleeing from terrorists, who are, of course, motivated by the same religion that the "victims" are now importing into the West. Then we have to consider the reality that it costs 12 times more to resettle "refugees" in the United States than it does to care for them in countries that neighbor their own. In other words, bringing a family of four from Syria to the United States costs as much it does to care for 48 refugees in the countries around Syria. Resettling them in the West makes even less sense when one realizes that a "refugee" is supposed to seek asylum and then return home when it is safe whereas these migrants seek permanent residency, preferably in the nations with the best welfare. If the goal is to help people in need, why would the Vatican support helping fewer people and subverting Europe and Christendom in the process?
In what way then are we supposedly doing the Lord's work by allowing, or even supporting, the Afro-Islamification of the West? Erasing people of Western Europe means that their heritage, culture, and, yes, religion will also be erased. Thus, we can say that importing the Third World is detrimental, both in terms of the faith and the people, and it cannot be because the "cost is worth it" since, as discussed above, resettling them in the West actually means fewer of their people are helped. So how exactly is helping fewer people at the cost of destroying Europe and the Church something that God is calling us to do? Would He not want us to preserve that which He divided while also helping those in need and making disciples of all nations?