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American analysts sees acceptance of immigrants as ‘suicide of Christian Europe’

An American political analyst has charged that Pope Francis is contributing to “the suicide of Christian Europe" by encouraging immigration from Africa.

Speaking to an Italian audience, Edward Luttwak said that the Pope “has been sending the wrong signal since the beginning." He argued that Muslim immigrants are working toward “the gradual Islamization of Europe."

“In today’s Europe," Luttwak said, “I see no will to survive." He observed that the Roman Empire fell when barbarians from the north of Europe invaded. “Now they come from the south,” he said.


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