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Saying refugees bring crime and expressing traditionalist views can get you hit with hate crime charges in Italy.
The Spanish Network for Refugees has initiated criminal proceedings against the Archbishop of Valencia, Cardinal Antonio Caņizares, charging him with inciting "hate crimes," after the prelate spoke out publicly against a reigning "gay empire," criticized radical feminist groups and decried Europe's open-door policy toward migrants.
If considering "persons of other ethnicities or religious beliefs as dangerous and potentially criminal" makes you aligned with "neo-Fascists," citing the report from the Austrian government which showed 44% of all crime is done by foreigners must make you Hitler.
Isn't it funny how they fear these "evil" Christians yet ignore their friendly "refugee" imports attempting to stone "trans"-people to death?
Last month, Caņizares slammed the "gay empire" for its attacks on the family, as well as joining Pope Francis in criticizing "gender ideology," which he reportedly described as "the most insidious ideology in the history of humanity."Actually, he advocated for traditionalism, which was pretty much what everyone in the Western world believed just 100 or so years ago and had determined to be prudent based off generations of accumulated human wisdom -- or maybe he's just a racist bigot suffering from "lesbophobia," "homophobia," "transphobia" and "biphobia" -- who can say for certain?
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