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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Francis: Indifference & Anti-Semitism?

Francis: Indifference & Anti-Semitism?
What a perverted notion Francis has of being Indifferent.  Ironically he is indifferent and is spear heading this apostasy.


Francis stresses the importance of responsiblity, remembrance and education in the fight against anti-semitism.
In his speech to participants attending the Rome International Conference on the Responsibility of States, Institutions and Individuals in the Fight against Anti-Semitism in the OSCE Area, the Pope got right to the heart of his address by emphasizing three words, responsibility, indifference and memory.



Regarding responsibility, "Pope" Francis said, “we are responsible when we are able to respond. It is not merely a question of analyzing the causes of violence and refuting their perverse reasoning, but of being actively prepared to respond to them.”

Indifference
He went on to say, “the enemy against which we fight is not only hatred in all of its forms, but even more fundamentally, indifference; for it is indifference that paralyzes and impedes us from doing what is right even when we know that it is right.”
I do not grow tired of repeating, he said “that indifference is a virus that is dangerously contagious in our time, a time when we are ever more connected with others, but are increasingly less attentive to others.”

Memory
Recalling the recent commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Pontiff underlined that “in order to recover our humanity, to recover our human understanding of reality and to overcome so many deplorable forms of apathy towards our neighbour, we need this memory,…”

Formation
Memory, he added was “the key to accessing the future, and it is our responsibility to hand it on in a dignified way to young generations.”
Concluding his address, the Pope stressed that in order to foster a culture of responsibility, memory and of closeness, what was needed was good formation.
“We need urgently, he said to educate young generations to become actively involved in the struggle against hatred and discrimination, but also in the overcoming of conflicting positions in the past, and never to grow tired of seeking the other.”


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