“Why not add to the fun of blood moons, Shemitah cycles and papal visits another element?”, rhetorically asked Ersjdamoo’s Blog on September 9, 2015. The Caddo Nation could teach us the Ghost Dance, a desperate dance practiced by Native Americans around 1890, then when Pope Francis arrived in the U.S. on September 22nd, in Washington DC he could see from the window of his hotel thousands of Americans doing the Ghost Dance. (Background: Rapture of the 60,000 Antelopes, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, September 9, 2015.)
Another brainstorm from Ersjdamoo is, “Pope-on-a-roap Soap.” This would be part of what New York Times calls “the Francis Effect.” Persons with various agendas are climbing aboard the Pope Francis bandwagon.  It is likely that special commemorative medallions, souvenirs of the Pope’s visit to the United States, will be sold. So why wouldn’t some clever entrepreneur be selling “Pope-on-a-roap Soap”? That is a soap connected to a rope which you wear around your neck in the shower, as a convenience. The “Pope-on-a-roap Soap” would have an effigy of Pope Francis, doing something humble like sweeping the floor, and the advertising slogan would be, “Shower with the Pope.”
The New York Times report, “A Humble Pope, Challenging the World”, provides a hurry-up bio for latecomers wishing to get up to speed on, Who is this Pope Francis anyway? His symbolism is “a humbler papacy, where the pope is foremost a pastor to the flock, not a king.” 
Of especial note in the New York Times report is that when Francis was chosen as Pope in March of 2013, he made a little joke about how “his fellow cardinals” had gone to the “end of the world” to find a pope. That was because Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the birth name of Pope Francis, had travelled a great distance from his native Argentina to the Vatican. However it seems clear, reports New York Times, that the “little joke” was a metaphor. That newspaper report decides the meaning is “the slums”, but the “end of the world” joke might have other meanings as well. 
“Europe was over,” said Vincenzo Paglia, head of the Pontifical Council for the Family. “It had no more energy, not even to produce a pope.”  The previous pope, Benedict XVI, had promoted the idea of “Christian Europe.” He was convinced that there would be a new “springtime for Christianity” in Europe. Pope Benedict said this in October 2012, coincident to when “Arab Spring” was big in the “news.”  But then Pope Benedict went away (but is he really gone?) and the new Pope Francis, symbolizing “energy” from outside Europe, was installed. Might not this “energy” from outside Europe include a wave of refugees and economic migrants? Economic benefits of immigration may be the most-settled fact in economics, wrote Adam Davidson in the New York Times magazine of March 29, 2015. But a “Lump of Labor Fallacy” causes people to perceive immigrants as increasing competition for jobs.  It is the “immigrants create jobs” story, to which however Europe is now reacting with high levels of skepticism.
“Syrian Girl Blows the Lid Off the Refugee Crisis”, reported InfoWars.com. Paul Joseph Watson interviewed “Syrian Girl” (image) on or about September 17, 2015. The Syrian refugee crisis is being hijacked by multiple people, claims “Syrian Girl”, who apparently resides in Syria and therefore, due to the precarious situation there, chooses to report via a nom de plume. “Business owners and the corporate people who want to basically crush the wages of Europe by bringing in cheap workers from overseas… That would be the number one type of people hijacking it. The other type would be some people who are workers from Pakistan, from Africa, from central Asia who are ‘losing their passports’ and then claiming that they lost their passports in the Syrian war. And also there are refugees from other countries that have recently experienced regime change or ‘humanitarian intervention’ that have come in along with the wave [of actual Syrian refugees]. And they’re not being reported about either. And the reason for that is they don’t want to remind Europe’s population or the world in general that it’s not just Syrian refugees; that there’s been multiple wars which have created multiple refugees. And the reason for that is this neo-colonialist, globalist agenda: They’d rather just concentrate on the Syrian refugees, number one in order to garner sympathy for their cheap worker project, and also to make an excuse to attack Syria.”
The “excuse to attack Syria” would be to “set up a safe zone” there which would presumably allow the Syrians not to flee their country.
So we have the old pope gone, but possibly just biding his time, and the new pope, Francis, happy to greet “energy from outside Europe.” In a way, the immigrants do create jobs. For example, a landscaper will mow your lawn for $50 and you decide you’ll just mow it yourself. But then along comes an immigrant who will mow your lawn for $10, and you decide, at that price, you will hire the immigrant. In this way a new job has been created.
Underneath all this there are actual people who have indeed suffered greatly due to NATO and U.S. meddling in places like Libya, Syria, and Iraq. Let us politely welcome Pope Francis to America, as we would any guest. But “Blessed is he that watcheth, and keepeth his garments.” (Revelation 16: 15) The “great day” comes like a thief in the night.
——- Sources ——-
 “A Humble Pope, Challenging the World”, by Jim Yardley. New York Times (online), September 18, 2015.
 “Pope believes Christianity will rekindle in Europe”, by Matthew A. Rarey. Catholic News Agency, October 16, 2012. http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/pope-believes-christianity-will-rekindle-in-europe/
 “Even those of us who support more immigration are not going far enough, because we are mired in zero-sum thinking”, by Adam Davidson. New York Times Sunday Magazine, March 29, 2015. Published online under the title, “Debunking the Myth of the Job-Stealing Immigrant”, March 24, 2015.