Anyone not kneeling in front of black people is a sinner.
Anyone kneeling on top of black people is also a sinner.
When it comes to black people, you have to take a knee the right way.
And Francis, of course, knows just the right way.
Pope Francis has today broken his silence over the death of George Floyd, praying for all those killed by the ‘sin of racism’ and condemning ‘self-defeating’ violent protests across the US.
The pontiff said ‘we cannot tolerate or turn a blind eye to racism‘ as he dedicated the entire English-language section of his weekly audience to the situation in America.
But he also condemned the violence that followed Floyd’s death in the city of Minneapolis last week as ‘self-destructive and self-defeating’.
‘Nothing is gained by violence and so much is lost,’ Francis added, before calling for national reconciliation and peace.
Pope Francis called Floyd’s death tragic, and said he was praying for him and all those who had been killed as a result of the ‘sin of racism‘.
‘Dear brothers and sisters in the United States, I have witnessed with great concern the disturbing social unrest in your nation in these past days, following the tragic death of Mr George Floyd,’ the pope said during a video broadcast on June 3 from the Vatican.
‘Today I join the Church of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and of all the United States, in praying for the rest of the soul of George Floyd and all the others who have lost their lives because of the sin of racism.
‘Let us pray for the comfort of families and friends who are heartbroken, and pray for national reconciliation and the peace we yearn for.’
‘We cannot tolerate or turn a blind eye to racism and exclusion in any form and yet claim to defend the sacredness of every human life,’ the pope said in his address from the Library of the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican.
‘At the same time, we have to recognize that the violence of recent nights is self-destructive and self-defeating. Nothing is gained by violence and so much is lost.’
All of you sinners must kneel in front of the blacks and ask for forgiveness.
Give them your cities, give them your countries, give them your money, give them your wives, and definitely give them your daughters.
What you did, being mean to blacks inside your own head, is A SIN.
The Bible clearly states that no person shall be mean to dark-colored people no matter how violent they are, and no matter how damaging they are to you, to your own people, and to what you and your people have built.
If they hate you, and if they are mean to you, it is because they — unlike you — have a reason. And that reason is that you did the slavery thing to them.
Their skin color is proof of their sacredness.
You have sinned.