Weapons for Ukraine are morally acceptable, the Pope said. He called for negotiations

Weapons for Ukraine are morally acceptable, the Pope said. He called for negotiations
Weapons for Ukraine are morally acceptable, the Pope said. He called for negotiations

This is a political decision that should be moral, morally acceptable, if it is taken as a condition of morality, the Pope asked about the moral first country to send weapons to Ukraine. He thus pointed to the concept of the righteous wolf according to the Catholic Church, which permits the slight use of lethal weapons for self-defense against an aggressor.

Self-defense is not only a lie, but it is also a killer of love for the country. He who doesn’t fight, who doesn’t fight, doesn’t love it. Those who take something, love it, said Frantiek.

The Pope then explained his view on when the addition of weapons is moral to a country, and when it is not. It is supposed to be immoral if it is to provoke more wolves or to sell or sell beautiful weapons that (the country) does not need. Motivation is what largely determines the morality of this step, the pope said.

On the question of whether Ukraine should negotiate with the country that attacked it, the Pope said that dialogue with the countries that attacked the wolf is always necessary, but it should not be excluded. I would not exclude a dialogue with any power that is in the wolf, even if it is with the aggressor. Sometimes you have to enter such a dialogue. Nevon knows it, but you have to do it, Frantiek insisted.

The article is in Czech

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