Razing Notre Dame during Holy Week has broader meaning to French minorities

As I wrote Monday afternoon while the Notre Dame Cathedral was burning, this horror is more of a symbol of the downfall of Christianity in Europe, despite what the authorities come up with as a cause.

In the video below a man is seen walking not in emergency gear during the fire at Notre Dame. He appears to be in Muslim attire.

The gothic bastion that marked the beginning of western civilization out of the Dark Ages was begun in 1162 and largely completed by 1260, had Christians around the world feeling heartbroken as they watch the blaze take down its famous spires.

A dozen Catholic churches have recently been vandalized or desecrated over the holiest of seasons — Lent — in France this year. St. Sulpice —  the second-largest church in Paris, after Notre Dame — had a  large wooden door set on fire on St. Patrick’s Feast Day that Parisian fire officials confirmed was arson.

During this Lenten season alone vandals have smashed statues, knocked down tabernacles, scattered or destroyed the Eucharist and torn down crosses, sparking fears of a rise in anti-Catholic sentiment in the country. A dozen churches have been desecrated in France with altars smeared with feces, urine found in holy water and churches ransacked.

According to The Observatory of Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe, which was founded in cooperation with the Council of European Bishops Conferences, there has been a 25 percent increase in attacks on Catholic churches this year, compared with the same time last year in France.

As Europe — and France in particular — continues its open borders, the essence of what was France and its deep ties to Catholicism has not only been diluted, but it is now seen as what is wrong with the New France and its growing Muslim population.

It is not inconceivable to think burning Notre Dame during the holiest of weeks to the Catholic faith was a message to effect change.

3 thoughts on “Razing Notre Dame during Holy Week has broader meaning to French minorities

  1. So true, Michael!! I immediately thought of Macron’s saying, “There IS no French culture!” Also, the picture burned into my memory was of him running with the EU flag after being elected….I’m like, “Whaaaaat?!”

    What is going on with all these Globalist Elite ruining our various countries?! Even The Rocket Man was educated in Switzerland!! They seem to exist in some Netherland & have no clue what the Real World is like! Maybe this sad event will wake up some of the masses as to what is REALLY going on in the world & PUT A STOP TO IT!!!

    At what point does one quit “turning the other cheek”???? This all reminds me of the killings of the white farmers in South Africa….just because they are white. I would strongly suggest everyone watch the excellent interview Sarah Westall gave with Dr. Harry Booyens, who had to flee his country in 2000….just because his family was “white”!!! His book is titled “AmaBhulu”. I, like most Americans, knew nothing of the true history of South Africa. How wrenching to have one’s own culture go down in flames!!!!

    WAKE UP WORLD!!!!!!!! The New Day has dawned!!!

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  2. Of course, Loxie, There will be plenty of people who’ll say that Christian ‘culture’ came to their countries and destroyed their culture, first. While it’s perfectly true in one sense, there needs to be a new division line made to define more specifically “who” destroyed their culture and are busy now destroying ours. It’s never really about the puppets and brown envelope mercenaries on the ground. We, all people of the world with all our own cultural heritage, have a common enemy we need to jointly recognise. That’s the healthy version of unity among people of the world. Not this neutered zombie class of universality they are crow barring into being by the darkest deeds and false flag head trickery imaginable.


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