September 26, 2019
“Pope” Francis has had enough of people being specific about stuff.
Stuff is just stuff.
Pope Francis often uses his homilies to rally against the world’s evils such as greed, violence and hatred.
But this week he lashed out at a rather more peculiar sin – the overuse of adjectives.
In a speech on Monday, the leader of the Catholic Church slammed these describing words and even said: ‘I am allergic to those words’.
He said: ‘We have fallen into the culture of adjectives and adverbs, and we have forgotten the strength of nouns.
‘Why say “authentically Christian”? It is “Christian”! The mere fact of the noun “Christian”, “I am Christ” is strong: it is an adjective noun, yes, but it is a noun.
Sounds good, right? It’s actually evil though.
Why say “biologically female”? A woman’s just a woman! Everyone’s equal! Everything’s the same!
‘The communicator must make people understand the weight of the reality of nouns that reflect the reality of people.
‘And this is a mission of communication – to communicate with reality, without sweetening with adjectives or adverbs.’
And he later tweeted: ‘Let us learn to call people by their name, as the Lord does with us, and to give up using adjectives.’
By which name though? The name their parents gave them or their drag queen name?
What about pronouns? Is Francis asking people to stop using the right pronouns? That would be mean.
Words matter. What Francis proposes, combined with the current trend of taking seriously whatever people claim to be, would distort reality even further.
Right now, it’s common to read and hear about “trans-women” and “trans-men.” Referring to those as just “women” and “men” advances the overlord’s agenda of blurring the lines between the sexes.
“Black people” would be just “people.” Crime statistics would talk about people in general. There’d be no demographics, only people. There’d be no white genocide because white people wouldn’t really be a thing.
Everyone and everything would be the same.
No such thing as an American, no such thing as countries. No such thing as nations.
Only one people.
Only one government.
Only one planet!