Papstkirche im Rausch der Religionsfusion


Christliche Gewalttoleranz

Es ist uns nicht bekannt, ob Papa Bergoglio das jüngste antisemitische sprich islamische Massaker an Juden in Frankreich als normale Gewalt einstuft, die nichts mit der von Anfang an judenfeindlichen Religion zu tun hat, in deren Namen und von deren Anhängern sie verübt wird. Im Rausch der Religions-Fusion, die wir zur Zeit der zunehmenden islamischen Terroranschläge erleben, wird der Gewaltcharakter des Islam unter den Tisch gewischt. Antisemitische Attacken, die in Frankreich an der Tagesordnung sind, werden in Deutschland mit dem «Nahostkonflikt» erklärt, d.h. verschleiert und der Existenz Israels als «Ursache» in die Schuhe geschoben, so das gängige linkspopulistische Erklärungsmuster in Deutschland. Eine Diskussion der genuin islamischen Gewalt gegen die «Ungläubigen» findet nicht statt. Auch Christenverfolgung in Nahost ist so wenig ein Thema der «Intergrations»debatten wie islamische Attacken auf Christen im Westen, wie Raymond Ibrahim sie anprangert. Im Deutschlandfunk werden derweil verlogene Theologen vorgezogen, die uns die «Barmherzigkeit» (!) des Islam u.drg. Orientmärchen unterjubeln wollen


The West: Desensitized to Islamic violence

Raymond Ibrahim | Monday Jan 26, 2015

Following the January 7 massacre at the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, where Islamic gunmen killed a dozen people because the satirical magazine had mocked the prophet of Islam, one thing has become clear: the number of atrocities committed in the name of Islam all around the world have become so frequent, so ubiquitous, that other, lesser hostilities by Muslims, which might once have been newsworthy, are now completely falling by the wayside, seen as minor and insignificant —commonplace, almost expected.

Thus, while Islamic gunmen were massacring “infidels” in Paris (and elsewhere), “everyday Muslims” in Europe were engaging in less dramatic, but no less significant behavior.

On Friday, January 9 — Friday being when Muslims get most riled during mosque sermons and when non-Muslims are frequently attacked — “foreigners” in Italy, believed to be Muslims, attacked a man kneeling in prayer before the statue of the Virgin Mary, tore the photo of a loved one from his hand, and then broke and urinated on the Virgin Mary statue. By the time police arrived at the chapel the attackers had already fled.

Ten days later, also in Italy, a crucifix near a populated mosque was shattered to pieces.

Immediately after this incident, according to the report, “People have already strongly reacted across social networks. They are outraged at this new blow to their deepest feelings, to their beliefs. People can’t take it anymore.”

Nor did the municipality’s Councillor Giuseppe Berlin of the civil list “Your Town” mince words:

It’s time to put an end to the do-gooders’ policies of welcoming and integrating by a certain political party. Before we put a show of unity with Muslims, let’s have them begin by respecting our civilization and our culture. We shouldn’t minimize the importance of certain signals; we must wake up now or our children will suffer the consequences of this dangerous and uncontrolled Islamic invasion.

Meanwhile, Pope Francis called on Catholics and Western people in general to refrain from insulting other religions—namely Islam: “It’s normal, it’s normal [violence]. One cannot provoke, one cannot insult other people’s faith, one cannot make fun of faith.”

It is widely believed that the Pope made these statements in reference to the Charlie Hebdo massacre, which was provoked by “insult[ing] other people’s faith,” those “people” being Muslims and that “faith” being Islam.

One wonders if Pope Francis would still call it “normal” if members of his own flock were to murder those who urinated on the Virgin statue or broke the crucifix?

And in Spain, also on Friday, January 9, an unruly and violent young Moroccan man broke into a store to get a knife, started screaming Islamic slogans —including “Allahu Akbar!” “You will all die!” and “I am a Muslim!”— resisted arrest, tried to snatch the arresting officer’s weapon, and smashed the patrol car’s windows.

Police ended up tying him with tape and moving him to another patrol car to transfer him to the General Hospital of Manresa, where he was sedated. During the transfer, he kept shouting things like, “You killed my brothers in Paris. I’m going to kill everyone. Christians, you will die!”

Before this incident, he was in a juvenile facility where he had tried to “propagate ideas of holy war and jihad among other youths of North African origin.”

None of these incidents made it into any major Western media and instead appeared in minor, local (Italian and Spanish) websites.

You see, here in the West, for any Islamic outburst or attack to be deemed “newsworthy,” it must involve dramatic, wholesale slaughter, as in the Charlie Hebdo affair. Such is the West’s desensitization towards Islamic violence. Muslims attacking praying Christians, smashing and urinating on Christian statues and icons, or screaming “You will all die! I am a Muslim!” are today deemed trite and commonplace, hardly newsworthy.

One wonders how long before Charlie Hebdo-style attacks also lose their newsworthiness, becoming commonplace and expected, as the tentacles of the jihad continue to grow.



20 GENNAIO 2015

Una statua della Madonna spezzata, presa a calci e ricoperta di urina. Una “banda” di vandali, secondo quanto riportato dalla Nazione Umbria del 9 gennaio, ha praticamente distrutto la piccola edicola votiva dei giardinetti di via Tilli, nella zona di via Cortonese. Il gruppetto, sempre secondo la ricostruzione del quotidiano, si sarebbe anche avventato contro un uomo che stava pregando ai piedi della statua, con in mano la foto della moglie deceduta. Foto che gli è stata rubata di mano e mai più restituita.

Bergoglio: “I migranti, con la loro stessa umanita’, prima ancora che con i loro valori culturali, allargano il senso della fraternita’ umana“. Il fatto, stando alle parole di don Scarda, parroco di San Barnaba, riportate dal quotidiano, si sarebbe verificato nel giorno di San Silvestro. La banda, composta da cinque stranieri, secondo la ricostruzione, prima ha tirato giù la statuetta, poi l’ha spezzata in due. A quel punto, continua il racconto di don Alessandro, hanno iniziato a prendere i due frammenti a calci, come fossero un pallone. E hanno concluso orinandoci sopra.

L’immagine della Vergine è stata rimessa al suo posto nella giornata dell’8 gennaio, dopo che i residenti hanno provveduto a ripararla. Il testimone che ha assistito alla scena della profanazione, ha subito chiamato la polizia, ma quando gli agenti sono arrivati i giovani avevano già fatto pedere le loro tracce.


Italy: Muslims Destroy and Urinate on Virgin Mary Statue

by Raymond Ibrahim

on January 17, 2015 in Muslim Persecution of Christians

Friday, January 9. A man was kneeling in prayer before the statue of the revered Madonna, with the photograph of a loved one in hand, in the small chapel of St. Barnabas in Perugia (Italy), when he was attacked by five “immigrants.”

The first thing they did was rip the photo from his hands.

Next they unleashed their hatred against the image of the Virgin Mary. They broke the statue to pieces and then urinated on it.

Don Scarda, pastor of St. Barnabas, said the event was led by five “foreigners.” By the time police arrived at the chapel, the unidentified attackers had already fled.

The incident has caused a stir among locals. Some have lambasted Pope Francis who is accused of appeasing immigrants —mostly Muslims— to wild extremes. Earlier he had said that “Migrants, through their own humanity, cultural values, expand the sense of human brotherhood.”

Although the Diocese condemned the act of sacrilege against the Madonna statue, it also followed the Pope’s lead by absolving Islam of any responsibility for what happened. In the words of Monsignor Paolo Giulietti, the auxiliary bishop of Città della Pieve, near Perugia:

For Islam, the figure of Mary is very important: she is the mother of the Prophet Jesus conceived in virginity, and the Blessed Virgin is the most holy woman. Muslims pray at the Marian shrines in the Middle East. We cannot see in this act of vandalism—which as I said is wrong in every way—an episode of religious hatred. It is important not to feed mutual suspicion, especially at this time.

Meanwhile, Pope Francis has called on Catholics and Western people in general to refrain from insulting other religions—namely Islam: “It’s normal, it’s normal [violence]. One cannot provoke, one cannot insult other people’s faith, one cannot make fun of faith.”

He made these statements on January 16, apparently in reference to the Charlie Hebdo massacre, when armed Muslims killed a dozen non-Muslims working for a satirical magazine that had mocked Islamic prophet Muhammad.

One wonders if the Pope would call it “normal” if members of his own flock were to murder those who urinated on the Virgin statue?

Thanks to funding from neighbors, the desecrated image could be restored and replaced in its original location. Hundreds of Catholics participated that day in a rosary of relief.


Wenn irgendwo ein Koran in den Müll entsorgt wird, gibt es weltweit moslemisches Geschrei.  Mohammedkarikaturen entzünden die Wut des Moslemmobs gegen die Kuffar.  Antisemtische Judenkarikaturen in der arabischen Welt interessieren kein Schwein und keinen Affen.  Attacken gegen christliche Symbole werden mit deren Entfernung aus dem öffentlichen Raum beantwortet. Aber eine Islamisierung gibt es nicht, versichern uns die Islamisierer aus allen Kanälen.