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It takes a nation to protect the nation

Like the destruction and terrorism of churches and Christian communities in Egypt, the same is happening in France and elsewhere in Europe.

Like a plaque that periodically erupts in Egypt whenever the Christians get too uppity or the Egyptian authorities and the Muslim majority need someone to blame for something, so too will the Muslims in France and the rest of Europe attack the soft targets of innocent civilians and Christian people and places.

This is all in accord, of course, with their religion.

Non-Muslims must be made to feel subdued (Quran 9:29) and be made to understand that Muslims are the best of peoples (Quran 3:110).

It does not matter, in one sense, if the blaze at the Notre Dame Cathedral was purely an accident, Muslims there rejoiced (see article below in the comments section).  What better illustrates the disconnect between their cultural values and those of the native populations, religious or not?

Are all these crimes connected to the massive increase of Muslims into Europe?

The logic, theology and history of the clash between Islam and non-Islamic cultures point to exactly that conclusion.


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Notre Dame Cathedral is Burning….and the Media Refuses to State the Obvious (It’s Terrorism)

Even though this is literally the holiest week for Christians of the entire year. Even though there’s been a scourge of at least 10 fires that have already devastated churches across France in less than four months.

Oh fuck off Newsweek. Why don’t you add some bleach and sprinkle some MAGA hats to the story while you’re at it. We know why…I’m just not allowed to even allude as to exactly why anywhere on social media without getting (another) ban.

Because you see, you’re allowed to criticize every religion in the world including mine (I’m Catholic and I criticize it all the time)….except for one. They’re “protected” for some magical reason, even though they’re using their religion on a state wide level to subjugate and murder women and gays in an entire region of the world.

American feminists don’t care about women getting acid thrown in their face or set on fire for refusing a man…they care more about a mythical wage gap (feel free to work an oil rig ladies) and having to pay taxes on tampons (you know, like men pay taxes on condoms.)

Seriously though at 1.8 billion they’re hardly a “minority” anyway. Catholics only make up less at 1.2 billion so why the hell am I supposed to kiss Islam’s ass a “minority?” Bleh.

Laughing and smiling. Man, I sure do wonder what specific group of people stood to gain from all this. #heavyMFsarcasm

Look, I love my country…but I hate that I live in a world where the media powers that be have decided that it’s just not kosher to talk about Islamic terrorism in any negative way.

Well I’m tired, and I’m honestly all out of fucks to give. If this fire turns out to be from a space heater getting kicked over (and I don’t)…I want to see the person that kicked it over. Because the truth is, if it can be proven that Islamic terrorism caused this historical cathedral to burn….then they didn’t “hurt” us fellow Catholics….they just united all of Judeo-Christianity into wanting to crusade radical Islamic terrorism off the face of the fucking planet. (I specifically wrote “radical” lefties, so cool your nuts.)

Europe is falling because no one wants to state the obvious. I don’t see helpless women and children refugees in all those videos….I see military aged, healthy, well dressed men….that hate me, my country, my gender (especially), my race, and my religion with everything they have. There are those that are willing to die themselves just for the chance to kill us.

Now I’m not saying hate all Muslims….that’s the bullshit leftist rhetoric they keep using to silence us by calling us Islamophobes and racists every time we do bring it up…(even though it’s a religion and not a race) but we all know the Left doesn’t know the actual definition to any fucking words they use anyway so….) I’m saying that it’s time to stop ignoring that radical Islam is a huge, major global problem…because ignoring it sure as shit ain’t making it go away.

So yes, stop disallowing people like me on social media to criticize radical Islam (I’ve been banned for criticizing Shariah Law, and Ilham Omar’s unacceptable anti-Semitic remarks for 30 days each, back to back now.) Stop letting these leftist rags get away with blatantly lying and manipulating the American public. And most importantly…STOP with these hordes of unvetted, mass migrations from shithole countries that hate us and mean to do us harm. We don’t owe them shit, guys.

I’m here in America because my ancestors were facing famine and starvation in Ireland. That kind of migration makes sense. “Can’t grow shit here? OK, try here.” Have you ever traveled across middle America? There’s plenty of room for farming.

But abandoning your country because your own culture made it suck ass….then moving to a new one and demanding you have that exact same repressive culture there….means that a whole new country is also going to suck ass as well. It’s not rocket science guys, it’s an infiltration and it’s being done on purpose. That’s why you see mostly young, fit males rioting and burning shit on the news…because Shariah Law is a great deal for them…women and gays, meh…not so much.

It’s also great news to the globalists in Europe that would just love to sweep in and seize power once society has fallen into one final destructive spin. If that’s not a warning to what the Democrats are trying to do here with our own unvetted border, then I don’t know what is.

So let me say it.

Fuck radical Islam.

Fuck Shariah Law.

Fuck unvetted mass migration.

And fuck the people trying to destabilize the world to seize power.

Oh, and fuck the people that say I swear too much, like….of all the problems in the world, really? Uppity conservatism has pushed people off for years. Sorry guys, but you’re going to need us Redneck Republicans if shit goes down, so play nice.

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A dozen Catholic churches have been desecrated across France over the period of one week in an egregious case of anti-Christian vandalism.

The recent spate of church profanations has puzzled both police and ecclesiastical leaders, who have mostly remained silent as the violations have spread up and down France.

Last Sunday, marauders set fire to the church of Saint-Sulpice — one of Paris’ largest and most important churches — shortly after the twelve-o’clock Mass.

Police have concluded that the fire was the result of arson and are now looking for possible suspects. The restoration of the church from the damage caused by the fire will reportedly cost several hundred million euros.

In Nimes (department of the Gard), near the border with Spain, the church of Notre-Dame des Enfants was desecrated in a particularly odious way, with vandals painting a cross with human excrement, looting the main altar and the tabernacle, and stealing the consecrated hosts, which were discovered later among piles of garbage.

Likewise, the church of Notre-Dame in Dijon, in the east of the country, suffered the sacking of the high altar and the hosts were also taken from the tabernacle, scattered on the ground, and trampled.

In Lavaur, in the southern department of the Tarn, the village church was assaulted by young men, who twisted one arm of a representation of the crucified Christ to make it appear that he was making an obscene gesture.

In the peripheries of Paris, in the department of Yvelines, several churches have suffered profanations of varying importance, in Maisons-Laffitte and in Houilles.

Although commentators have been reluctant to attach a particular religious or cultural origin to the profanations, they all share an evident anti-Christian character.

In recent months, anti-Semitic gangs have desecrated Jewish cemeteries, signing their actions with swastikas. In the case of the desecration of Catholic churches, the vandalism has spoken for itself: ridicule of the figure of Christ on the cross and desecration of major altars.

The Catholic hierarchy has kept silent about the episodes, limited themselves to highlighting that anti-Christian threat and expressing hope that politicians and police will get to the bottom of the crimes.

Reports indicate that 80 percent of the desecration of places of worship in France concerns Christian churches and in the year 2018 this meant the profanation of an average of two Christian churches per day in France, even though these actions rarely make the headlines.

In 2018, the Ministry of the Interior recorded 541 anti-Semitic acts, 100 anti-Muslim acts, and 1063 anti-Christian acts.

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tweet from Muslim congress woman

Ilhan Omar

"Art and architecture have a unique ability to help us connect across our differences and bring people together in important ways. Thinking of the people of Paris and praying for every first responder trying to save this wonder."
3:17 PM - 15 Apr 2019

Yesterday, President Trump was taken to task by the media when he suggested that water could be dropped on the Notre Dame cathedral from the air in an effort to put out the flames. French authorities pointed out that due to the age and condition of the structure, such an effort would cause it to collapse. Meanwhile, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN), fresh off her "some people did something" comment about 9-11, took to Twitter to describe Notre Dame as "art and architecture".

Here is a news flash for the congresswoman. Notre Dame is not a symbol of art and architecture to Catholics and Christians worldwide. It is an iconic religious treasure to them, something clearly lost on Omar. Had the mosque in Mecca burned down, I doubt she would have referredto it solely as "art and architecture".

Notre Dame is not only a symbol of Christianity, it is a symbol of Europe's Judeo-Christian heritage and Western civilization, something Omar clearly has no respect for. Omar could not bring herself to say one word about the religion that Notre Dame represents.

I am hopeful that the tragedy of Notre Dame will re-awaken the French to their religious origins, which most of Europe has lost sight of. That heritage and civilization is well worth fighting for.

As for Ilhan Omar, she has proven on a weekly basis that she is a disgrace to Congress.
Posted by Gary Fouse at 2:14 PM

France’s Other Burning Churches

Nina Shea

On Easter Sunday in France, a fire originating in a Notre Dame confessional received little attention. That Notre Dame was not the great cathedral in Paris, but an ordinary church in Tarascon, near Marseille. In February, Notre Dame of Dijon was vandalized, with Hosts scattered about. At Notre Dame Church in Nimes, a cross was recently drawn on the wall using excrement and consecrated Communion Hosts. Notre Dame of France Catholic bookstore was vandalized last September. None of the attacks on these other Notre Dames drew much notice, either.

The flames that ravaged Paris’ Notre Dame riveted the world because it is a legendary, architectural masterpiece at the center of France’s capital and much of its political history. For those who track religious-freedom threats, the fire itself may be less of a surprise than that it apparently was started by accident.

Hundreds of other French churches are being quietly burned or damaged — in deliberate attacks.

Ellen Fantini, who directs the watchdog Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in..., told me in an email that church attacks in France have been relentless for the past four years. Thanks to her efforts and the diligent documentation of French journalist Daniel Hamiche, I can point to a few examples here. This destruction, at the hands of a variety of actors, barely receives a glance from the French state, prosecutors, media or public. Rarely are the attackers identified or apprehended.

We also see this happening to churches in Northern Cyprus, Egypt, northern Nigeria and other places where certain members of society are hostile to a small and weak Christian community and the government itself is indifferent.

To be sure, unlike these other places and in Sri Lanka over Easter, the French churches are not filled with worshippers when attacked — or, for that matter, hardly ever filled these days. Nevertheless, it is a shock to see the same governmental failure to protect houses of worship in a country with a strong rule of law.

The overwhelming majority of French churches attacked are Catholic, but some have been Protestant and Eastern Orthodox. As Fantini commented, “They [the churches] don’t seem high on the agenda when it comes to the political will to provide protection.” As a result, French Christian churches are being gradually destroyed, one by one. We cannot expect this to stop until there is adequate state protection and an end to legal impunity. To do that, France needs to identify the circumstances and motives of those behind the attacks.

In March, St. Sulpice, Paris’ second-largest church after Notre Dame, was the site of a fire that was officially declared arson. Its pastor, Msgr. Jean-Loup Lacroix, reported that homeless people started the fire but did not do so out of religious hatred. In many cases the unprotected churches are preyed on by thieves, which indicates criminal intent, if not hatred. The Cathedral of Saint-Louis in Fort de France, for example, was robbed five times last December. Ten churches in two weeks, in two dioceses, were looted in February, though, in a rare example of police action, two men were arrested.

But many times, the culprits are a variety of extremists enraged by the identities and teachings that the churches symbolize — Christianity, French nationalism and Western civilization at large. Even the Cathedral of Notre Dame’s burning is perceived by some as a “liberation,” as a Harvard professor informed Rolling Stone. The magazine explained that the cathedral served for some French as a “deep-seated symbol of resentment, a monument to a deeply flawed institution and an idealized Christian European France that arguably never existed in the first place.”

Ironically, they are targeting churches, when, as a 2018 Pew survey found, only 18% of the French attend church even monthly, and the churches’ influence over French politics and culture is diminishing to the vanishing point. While arrests are few, a mix of ideologies and motives is readily apparent from the graffiti the vandals often leave. They are shown to be radical secularists, anarchists, leftists, feminists, sexual libertarians, Islamists, radical Muslims and a Satanist group, which religion scholar Massimo Introvigne says is minuscule in France. Due to the breadth of hostile forces, Fantini calls France the “worst country in Europe” for Christians.

In January, Grenoble’s Saint-Jacques Church burned to the ground shortly after the slogan blessed abortion was graffitied on it during a right-to-life rally there. An anarcho-libertarian group claimed responsibility on the blog site “Le seule église qui …” . The site’s name references an infamous early-20th-century anarchist slogan: “The only church that illuminates is a burning church.” Officials had quickly pronounced it an electrical fire from a short-circuit and dismissed the anarchists as “opportunists.” The investigation continues.

Last July, after Saint-Pierre du Matroi Church in Orléans was attacked by arson, “Allahu akbar” was found graffitied on its surviving walls. The Cathedral of Saint-Jean of Besançon was vandalized with the slogan “our lives, our bodies belong to us” and the anarchist “A.”

The Basilica of Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Chaumont was spray-painted with anarchist symbols and the word “Satan” with a heart symbol. Last year, the façade and double doors of the 1,000-year-old Notre Dame Cathedral in Strasbourg were graffitied with the anarchist motto “Neither God nor Master.” Graffiti on the Saint-Roch-du-Férétra Chapel in Toulouse stated: “Church on fire,” “Dirty priest” and “Satan punishes homophobes.”

Islamist terrorists and other radicalized Muslims have led France’s most deadly attacks against Christians: the Islamists who slit the throat of Father Jacques Hamel in Normandy’s Saint-Etienne du Rouvray while he celebrated morning Mass in 2016 and those who conducted the ISIS-inspired terrorist attack on Strasbourg’s Christmas Market in December, which killed five and wounded a dozen. These perpetrators were shot by police. Arrests occurred in the cases of radicalized Muslims who showed up at the Cathedral Saint-Vincent de Chalon-sur-Saône and the 13th-century Cathedral of Notre Dame in Reims, threatening to blow them up, as well as in the case of a Syrian woman, wearing a Venetian face mask, who entered Sainte-Marie-Madeleine and took an ax to the holy water font, a side altar bas relief and a statue, where she placed a Quran — all in front of terrified congregants.

In September 2016, a Moroccan Muslim man was arrested reportedly for being a serial church arsonist, setting fires to three churches in Millau. Outside Paris, police arrested an Algerian Muslim man suspected of planning an attack on “one or two churches,” as he was reportedly advised to do by a contact in Syria.

Numerous unidentified vandals, acting with clear anti-Catholic animus, have aimed at what Catholics hold most sacred, the consecrated Hosts. Statues of Jesus and Mary have been shattered, defaced or beheaded and crosses broken or turned upside down. Christian cemeteries have reported hundreds of grave stones toppled and graffitied, including with blue Nazi swastikas, like those recently found desecrating France’s Jewish cemeteries.

Church leaders themselves seem reluctant to discuss the attacks.

“We do not want to develop a discourse of persecution. We do not wish to complain,” Archbishop Georges Pontier, who heads the French bishops’ conference, said when asked about the church attacks in March. He redirected press attention instead to French anti-Semitism, which is also a serious threat, though he did tell the Register such incidents were taken seriously. I was reminded of what veteran Church scholar George Weigel observed a decade ago, “Too many European bishops have internalized a sense of their own irrelevance and the Church’s.”

The outpouring of emotion, prayers and funds after the Notre Dame blaze was heartening. And the heroic demonstration of faith of Father Jean-Marc Fournier, the Paris fire brigade chaplain who rescued from the burning cathedral the Blessed Sacrament, chalices, monstrances and sacred relics, was especially inspirational.

No graffiti or claim of responsibility has surfaced to suggest that the Notre Dame fire was anything but an accident. And while the example of Notre Dame may not rekindle appreciation for France’s Christian patrimony, it should stir a demand for the government to protect it.


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Most Western societies are based on Secular Democracy, which itself is based on the concept that the open marketplace of ideas leads to the optimum government. Whilst that model has been very successful, it has defects. The 4 Freedoms address 4 of the principal vulnerabilities, and gives corrections to them. 

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Islam, operating at the micro and macro levels, is unstoppable by individuals, hence: "It takes a nation to protect the nation". There is not enough time to fight all its attacks, nor to read them nor even to record them. So the members of 4F try to curate a representative subset of these events.

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