Political Correctness Vs Reality

With many thanks to reader Maccuscuria.


“I pray, too, for the Muslim communities in France, and here in England, that they may not be victimized because of the actions of these violent and ruthless extremists, but strive always for the way of peace and cooperation with the wider society.”
(Cardinal Vincent Nichols)

“Our sufferings today are the prelude of those you, Europeans and Western Christians, will also suffer in the near future. Please, try to understand us. Your liberal and democratic principles are worth nothing here. You must consider again our reality in the Middle East, because you are welcoming in your countries an ever growing number of Muslims. Also you are in danger. You must take strong and courageous decisions, even at the cost of contradicting your principles. You think all men are equal, but that is not true: Islam does not say that all men are equal. Your values are not their values. If you do not understand this soon enough, you will become the victims of the enemy you have welcomed in your home.”
(Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul, Amel Nona)

Posted on November 14, 2015, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. In the words of Ann Barnhardt, can’t we just cut the crap and call the problem what it is: Islam. There is no “radical” Islam anymore than “radical” Nazism. It’s all evil. The greatest lie the world has ever known.

    I don’t pray for these islamic communities in the wake of this anymore than 9/11. I pray for the death and destruction of Islam. The first victims of Islam are muslims.

    • You should pray for the salvation of every soul, because every soul is infinitely worthy (which is why it can be punished in a commensurate way). We also know that many souls will go to hell, of course, but I think we Christians should pray for the souls of our enemies, too.
      And yes, Islam is the problem. There’s no blabbering around it.

  2. Could the Paris event serve the goal of uniting all religions? A claim will likely be made in the near future that the only way to prevent similar attacks is to deny tolerance for so called extremists, which are people who believe that their religion is the only true one. This pope claims that “God is not Catholic”. Though this is true, the statement is made to push for religious indifferentism and one world religion. They are coming for us, soon – under the leadership of the pope,

    • Dorota, with all due respect: our religion is the only true one.
      And we are not “extremists”. We are Christians.
      The problem with Islam is that it isn’t true, not that there are people claiming there is only one true religion.

    • What I meant was that there is only one true religion, and that – it is likely – Paris events will be used to brand all who believe it (whether Catholics, Christians or Muslims) as extremists. The pope doesn’t seem to believe like us that the only true religion is the Catholic religion. This is why he said that God is not Catholic. Although God certainly didn’t speak of Himself as a Catholic, Catholics believe in the only true God. Unfortunately for us, this is considered extremism, even by the pope.

  3. I pray the Archbishop of Mosul will be heard and believed. I pray the assistance of all of the angels and saints in this decisive time.

  4. There’s really only one way to stop this madness. Nuke Mecca. Nuke Medina. Firebomb Al-Azhar, the predominant seminary in the Muslim world. Firebomb the Dome Of The Rock and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Destroy Islam’s holiest sites and you destroy Islam.

    Why do you think Japan was radically transformed after WWII? Because the society was so eviscerated at such a fundamental level that the Japanese even proposed a new constitution that outlawed war! This from the culture that gave the world bushido

    With all due respect to the sentimentalists out there, prayer won’t accomplish this. Only raw, merciless force can.

  5. I do not think nuking would be the solution.
    We do not want nuclear wars.
    The Romans did not need any nuclear weapon to destroy the Temple, and they did not leave one stone upon the other.
    Then they built a huge roman garrison above the place.
    A refreshing approach.

  6. The Archbishop of Mosul should be our next Pope!

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