The war against Christianity.

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
As with the Notre Dame, we will probably never be allowed to know what actually started this latest fire in a prestigious Church.




Christians have been under siege in the Middle East for decades now, hunted by (((globalist)))-backed militias. And now in the West (and South America) Churches and their congregants are increasingly being attacked by luciferian forces under the banner of anti-fascism, communism and general progressivism.

This thread will serve among other things to track these incidences and determine to what extent it's a growing trend.
 

An0dyne

Robin
"Christians have been under siege in the Middle East for decades now." Not to mention the ongoing efforts of the Mohamedans for centuries. We need only recall the salt in the wound of Hagia Sophia.

Another often-overlooked diabolical trend is the infection of the Christian third world by the corrupted first world. Recall the recent incident in the Methodist 'church,' where the Africans voted to preserve some semblance of biblical sanity to the great chagrin of their homosexual/feminazi American counterparts. Not to mention the papal cardinals from the third world that are often the biggest critics of Francis' shenanigans.

Oz Guiness has a great book on Modernity in the Church, where he argues that preparing the rapidly modernizing Christian third world for the threats that have overtaken the Church in the first world is of vital importance. Another interesting take from my favorite Eastern Orthodox thinker posits that God used America, which was formerly Christian (at least in its populace--I know many here would argue that the elites have been nefarious, etc.), to preserve Christian values in the 20th century, culminating in fighting the scourge of overtly atheistic Communism. Now God is using the same formerly Communist areas (namely Orthodox Russia) to fight the diabolical "modern" America, which through its tentacles in the U.N. and other global organizations is trying to push an more subtle atheistic agenda of abortion, homosexuality, etc. on the third world. In any case, I think it's an important aspect of the diabolical approach to keep in mind.

In a different vein, here's a recent attack on a conservative Church in North Hollywood, prompted by an episode where an "actor" goaded church members into saying the wrong thing on camera:

CBS Los AngelesBLM Holds Protest At North Hollywood Church Where Black Woman Was HarassedEarlier this month, a woman was sitting on a patch of grass under a tree outside St Paul's First Lutheran Church, located at 11330 McCormick St., ...4 days ago

It is vitally important that church members resist the urge to engage with dissidents. Silence and ignoring (as far as is possible) is the best policy, especially when there's a phone/camera involved.
 
Churches have been set on fire during the riots in America - no hate crime charges or even interest in an investigation.
There have been a series of church fires in the UK - no interest in coverage by the media - but some guy got 6 months for putting strip of bacon on a mosque door.
During the Bolshevik takeover of Russia thousands of churches and hundreds of thousands of clergy were murdered.
The same in Spain during the 30s.

This goes back to the left's origin in the French revolution - that man wont' be 'free' until the last king is strangled by the entrails of the last bishop.

But we all know its roots are deeper and older than that.

But remember to the elite and to the left this is a feature, not a bug.
 
Churches have been set on fire during the riots in America - no hate crime charges or even interest in an investigation.
There have been a series of church fires in the UK - no interest in coverage by the media - but some guy got 6 months for putting strip of bacon on a mosque door.
And the mere accidental scratch on a synagogue is considered an antisemitic hate crime. While Christian Churches and Statues are being damaged or destroyed in the United States, the (((powers that be))) would like to draw our attention and wrath towards the Hagia Sophia becoming a mosque, once more. While most everyone here is intelligent enough to know that the Cathedral was effectively lost after the fall of Constantinople in 1453 and was a mosque for more than four centuries, Islam is once more being used by (((them))) as a bulwark against potential Christian opposition, as more followers of Christ begin to notice the legitimization of Christian persecution under the rule of Talmudic tribes.

While I do sincerely wish for the Hagia Sophia to return to its Holy purpose of being a Christian Cathedral, we must be careful not to be led into a battle where the current leaders are actively backstabbing and destroying us.

Since you mentioned the Red Terror in the Jewish-Bolshevik sponsored Republican Spain, I'll end with this image of the "execution of the Sacred Heart":

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/5/57/SpanishLeftistsShootStatueOfChrist.jpg


Spain was only saved from these (((scum))) with the help of nationalist forces, supported by Hitler's Germany. Where is the earthly force to attempt to save us, today?

Pray, my brothers, pray.
 

Radoste

Sparrow
Speaking of the Spanish Civil War, has anyone read Mine Were of Trouble released by Mystery Grove Publishing?
I would've, but I wanted to hold onto my ten dollars. Instead I read these:
https://theamericansun.com/2020/04/27/a-review-of-mine-were-of-trouble/
https://identitydixie.com/2020/05/13/mine-were-of-trouble/
https://www.thepostil.com/franco-freed-from-leftist-myths/
It would've been nice to read some of Kemp's anecdotes for myself, but I think its good enough to have the basic gestalt.
 

Dr Mantis Toboggan

Kingfisher
Gold Member

Virginia just enacted a bunch of new gun control laws literally a few days ago too, not sure off the top of my head but I believe one of them restricted carrying in churches.
 

infowarrior1

Hummingbird
Article by Laurent Genon:

This Frenchman's view of God is on par with the Gnostics. That is God is a mass-murdering narcissistic psychopath. The episodes of the genocide of the Canaanites and of Amalek are examples that he likes to cite.

As well as making out the Book of Ezra and the Edicts of the King of Persia as made up forgeries. He also echoes many neo-pagan arguments that to believe in Jesus is to submit to the Jews and their world domination.

So that even when they oppose Christianity it serves as a Hegelian dialectic. Its only for show in those people's view.
 
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jakester318

Sparrow
Although this is a much softer version of a war on Christianity, this is most likely a backdoor way of getting at Christians. The Socialist Republic of California's supreme leader banned singing in church as a supposed means to stop spreading corona virus.

 

AnonymousBosch

Crow
Gold Member
Another recent one, Leonard. It's a unsolvable mystery, isn't it?

GolanHeights.jpg

There's a series of articles in this week's Catholic Weekly that says the Iraqi Christian population has been knocked down to 23,000.

Another article explaining how Israel's new annexation of the west bank and jordan valley will be the end of any 'viable Christian presence in Palestine', and the Roman Catholics, Melkite Catholics, Greek Orthodox and Lutherans have banded together against it, because Jerusalem already amounts to 'an open prison'.

There was also some stats about how serious this war is and has been for the 20th Century and how this Judeo-Christian but really Judeo-Freemason extermination project of Christians has accelerated under the guise of 'bringing democracy'. Let me find it.
 

AnonymousBosch

Crow
Gold Member
If you turn away from the spate of churches in France and look at the worldwide statistics, this is what is happening under everyone's noses.

- 260 million Christians suffer high to severe levels of persecution
- 309 Christians are arrested and imprisoned unjustly each month
- 182 churches or church buildings are attacked each week
- 8 Christians a day die for their faith
 
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