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Friday, April 19, 2019

Our most grievous fault

Milo addresses the multiple levels of tragedy involved in the Notre Dame fire in FrontPageMag:
Buildings like Notre Dame do not erupt into flames spontaneously. That’s not how God works, even to punish a civilization as deep in moral ruin as ours. My suspicions, and those of almost everyone I know, are hardly calmed when we see Fox News—yes, even Fox—repeatedly refusing to host an honest discussion of the possibility, even as experts tell French TV that eight hundred year old timber simply doesn’t burn that way without an accelerant. I mean, it’s not as though news networks restrain their hosts from wild speculation during other crises.

So, understandably, the first reaction from anyone who has been reading the news lately was: “Muslims, right?” Alas, even Right-wing newsreaders are terrified of saying the wrong thing when the perp might be a member of the Religion of Peace. Attacks on Christian churches in Europe have become so numerous that even Newsweek has had to admit it—though the magazine hilariously claims that no one knows why these attacks are happening, and the words “Islam” and “Muslim” are nowhere to be found in its reporting.

Anyway, as of now, no solid evidence has emerged, and our media refuses to discuss the context in which this fire occurred. And it’s also true that a few of these desecrations have been accompanied by Satanic imagery, more likely the work of feminist anarchists. So, in the interests of being responsible, we are compelled to say we have no idea how this particular fire began. Yet.

We can say, however, that the loss of Notre Dame is an especially Christian tragedy. It is a tragedy emblematic of the rapid destruction of Western civilization in the past few decades, a visual reminder of the inferno that has already gutted the Academy. It’s a wonder they didn’t finish off some of these churches first, though of course the cultural warriors of the Left can only squeal in excitement at the sort of brazen defacement they would never be brave enough to commit themselves. Those watching news coverage on Facebook were tormented—or delighted, depending on their wants—by a sea of Arabic names clicking on smiley faces as the jewel of Paris collapsed into ash, a spectacle that was, in turn, posted on Twitter by gloating social justice warriors.
Every day, it is becoming ever more clear that the answer to Europe's problems is much more likely to be found in Crusade than in politics.

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57 Comments:

Blogger Gregory the Great April 19, 2019 8:19 AM  

Where are the auditions for the crusaders to be held?

Blogger Lazarus April 19, 2019 8:20 AM  

From Milo's article:

...... mesmerized by it, we got a glimpse of our end, of what we have allowed to happen to our greatest institutions, of the defacement done to our curricula and the petty vandalism we allow every day to be performed upon our laws, our customs and our social mores by people who loathe everything about us. And in that acrid smoke lurked a question that haunts me today: Did we deserve this?

Maybe it is part of a plan:

Christendom may be sinking – is sinking – but Christ’s kingdom remains. While much has been lost, there is also much to gain. For example, living in Christendom made it possible for generations to suppose they were Christians when they were really only citizens. But in the fall of Christendom, only those truly committed to Christ will have any reason to bear his name.

The Prophet of the Fall of Christendom

Blogger Dr Caveman April 19, 2019 8:29 AM  

Reconquista 2.0 is going to be messy

Blogger Lovekraft April 19, 2019 8:36 AM  

The side effect (good or bad, depending on how you look at it) is that we will be able to cast doubt on any claims made by an Islamist. Specifically, it is the practice of taqqiya which, I charge, puts the onus on the Muslim to demonstrate his worth in 'coming to the table.'

It is also in conjunction with the trend of the past few years (thanks to the greatest liar in modern history - Obama) to be inundated with so much fake news, lies, counter-narratives.

So we may be able to use this moving forward - strongly demand severe conditions that a Sorosian and//or Muslim must first fulfill. The 'table' so to speak has only so much room and the last people we should give a voice to are those whose fundamental ideological positions involve lying and deception. We give them far too much grace and leeway.

Blogger #7139 April 19, 2019 8:38 AM  

Crusade is such a beautiful word. Much better than multi-faith worship space.

Blogger JG April 19, 2019 8:39 AM  

The Moslem faith is not a religion, but a political ideology masquerading as one. As such, it is incompatible with western civilization.

Blogger Solon April 19, 2019 8:45 AM  

#Feeling cute, might sign up with the Neo-Templars later, idk

If the Call goes out for a New Crusade, I'm going to *sprint* out my door. I've seen enough crap from the sandy hell-hole religions.

Blogger Nate April 19, 2019 8:58 AM  

The destruction of Notre Dame has been greatly exaggerated.

Blogger Robin April 19, 2019 9:03 AM  

First couple minutes of this video shows the French architect talking about how the old wood doesn’t burn, how they replaced all of the electrical systems in the last restoration, and how they had guards on site 24/7 to watch the fire alarm systems.

https://youtu.be/BrgC1bM7gSU

Blogger DBSFF April 19, 2019 9:08 AM  

If it wasn't an accident then I would suspect Macron. He has the most to gain.

Blogger Doktor Jeep April 19, 2019 9:13 AM  

What I actually worry most about on this matter is, like 911, yet another 2 decades of argument and speculation that goes nowhere. Yes that old timber should not burn hot like that, just like "jet fuel can't melt steel".
Another fun fiasco that we'll never get the truth on is the Los Vegas shooting.
The emerging pattern here that should really matter is not what the truth is, but that we are living in a civilization where there is no way to get the actual truth any more. Look at the Mueller Report now. What can we learn from it?
We can learn that people are going to think whatever the hell they want to think regardless of what the facts are.
So do we dialectically argue facts and go nowhere, as usual? More clown world then?
What do we do when are know we are being lied to and cannot get the truth? The answer is simple: we err on the side of survival. Yes, I do not know for certain that there's a shark in that harbor, but I won't be swimming around with a steak strapped to my ass just in case.
Yes we don't know if muslims torched the cathedral, but we do know that they said they would and have been caught trying, have been caught torching churches, have a history of being invaders, and are being coddled by quislings. Several points of argument that cannot be denied, simply.
Yes I cannot prove that 911 was an inside job - que three days of facts this and evidence that to be told "not enough" by people too afraid of the truth or too beholden to the lies - but I can prove that the narrative around it was false.
So under a system where a pattern of attack exists, be it actual attack by invaders or attack on our liberty by ... "excuses" mainly, we have to give up on the truth and act on survival.
It's right here, in our faces even right now. The entire storm around the Mueller Report and the banners all over the mainstream sites is proof that truth means absolutely squat now.
It's that point where the rapist has decided to rape and being told it's against the law is not going to put a stop to it.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 April 19, 2019 9:18 AM  

As Milo points out, it's time for Jews and Christians to stand together against Islam in the West.

I say, any Jew who doesn't stand with Christendom, needs to return to their homeland at once.

Blogger Steve April 19, 2019 9:28 AM  

even as experts tell French TV that eight hundred year old timber simply doesn’t burn that way without an accelerant

Dunno, it sounds a bit like jet fuel and steel beams. Fires can spread rapidly and unexpectedly in historic buildings, as we know - Windsor Castle was gutted by fire in 1992. It doesn't seem unreasonable that ancient wood (and paint?) might be very flammable.

Wouldn't surprise me either if the cause was Mahoundism, but if that was the case you'd expect them to be more obvious about it and, at the very least, claim responsibility. 80 IQ functionally illiterate ruminant-fanciers aren't known for their subtlety.

Does anyone know if the cathedral was insured? I'd have more faith in an investigation led by loss adjusters than one by the French government - which has already been caught covering up the extent of the Mohammedanite atrocity at Bataclan.

Blogger John Best. April 19, 2019 9:29 AM  

The answer to Europe's problems is the nation, not the state.

Blogger Remo - Vile Faceless Minion #99 April 19, 2019 9:35 AM  

And what will they build in its place I wonder... probably a mosque. Giving in to the enemy is a very French government habit but lets hope there are some yellow vests who will have a different opinion.

Blogger SomeOne April 19, 2019 9:36 AM  

Yes indeed. Turns out 13th century engineers where very adept at future proofing.

I'm just hoping the popular narrative of "total destruction" isnt a ploy for the powers that be to "reconatruct" unnecessarily. I can already envision their new iteration of the ND: A Temple to Diversity...

Blogger bobby April 19, 2019 9:48 AM  

Interesting quote in one news report:

"The fire started up near the roof top, while another fire started in the north bell tower," Picaud told NBC News. "All damage seems to be up high and did not go into the lower part of church or touch the organ or stained-glass windows."

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna994791?__twitter_impression=true

Two points of origin? If this report is accurate, this sounds fishy.

Blogger LES April 19, 2019 10:09 AM  

1 Peter 4:17
For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?

Blogger Gregory the Great April 19, 2019 10:10 AM  

Why was there a first alarm which they said was disregarded as they found nothing? And then 20 minutes the big fire?

Blogger The Cooler April 19, 2019 10:11 AM  

Does anyone know if the cathedral was insured?

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/notre-dame-has-no-insurance-policy-2019-04-16

Blogger Alexander April 19, 2019 10:28 AM  

They could start by not so enthusiastically helping to open the gates.

They need to go home. We don't need to be hostile with them, but they need to be not here.

Blogger xevious2030 April 19, 2019 10:36 AM  

@12 Either satire, or that is one of the most stupid things I have ever heard. I remember reading about Turks being bussed into Germany in the 1990s, Germans would protest, and Jews would have a coniption fit about all those Nazis, anyone that did not want Germany flooded with other national child raping muzzies, saying Germans were treating Turks about as bad as Hitler treated jews. And now the Jews are crying about all the jew hating muzzies hating jews.

Blogger The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey April 19, 2019 10:38 AM  

I read the statements from the French official who said the fire was probably started by an electrical short. However in the same article he admitted that no investigators had been permitted to examine the cathedral at all yet. Therefore, everything he said about the electrical short is, at best, a hunch with no supporting evidence whatsoever.

Yet all the MSM are running with that. Soon I was hearing radio reporters saying the fire had been traced to an electrical short. It has not, it absolutely has not.

So there's two-fold sloppiness here. One, the official who put out this business about the electrical short without any support. Two, the reporters who ran with it as if it were a definitive statement even though it was vague and hedged and speculative.

Or is it "sloppiness"? Cynicism is required with any public statement from every government official these days!

Blogger The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey April 19, 2019 10:40 AM  

Steve wrote:Does anyone know if the cathedral was insured?

Notre Dame was apparently not insured:

Notre Dame has no insurance policy.

Blogger Warunicorn April 19, 2019 10:50 AM  

The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey wrote:I read the statements from the French official who said the fire was probably started by an electrical short. However in the same article he admitted that no investigators had been permitted to examine the cathedral at all yet. Therefore, everything he said about the electrical short is, at best, a hunch with no supporting evidence whatsoever.

Yet all the MSM are running with that. Soon I was hearing radio reporters saying the fire had been traced to an electrical short. It has not, it absolutely has not.

So there's two-fold sloppiness here. One, the official who put out this business about the electrical short without any support. Two, the reporters who ran with it as if it were a definitive statement even though it was vague and hedged and speculative.

Or is it "sloppiness"? Cynicism is required with any public statement from every government official these days!


Reminds me of Kotaku claiming to hear the word, "retarded," in the music for the new DLC for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

"Journalists" of any stripe can't seem to get their sh*t straight nowadays and then they wonder why we get upset when we point out their errors. Please, for the love of all that's holy, I want them to just go drink bleach.

Blogger Bellomy April 19, 2019 10:52 AM  

The big issues are going tocbe the roof and spire. Just about everything else can be repaired.

Blogger Steve Samson April 19, 2019 11:03 AM  

I believe it's deliberate, not sloppiness. Nobody Will ever look again at the original statement once it's become the narrative ... I saw this being reported as fact on the Fox News ticker and would not ever have seen any mention of it being mere supposition if I didn't frequent comments sections like this. The vagueness is insurance against some future enquiry.

Blogger ThoughtCriminal April 19, 2019 11:03 AM  

Is it a coincidence a fire occurred at the Al-Aqsa Mosque at the same time as Notre Dame?

Maybe look into churches that have burned around the world. Pay attention to one specific geopolitical hotspot.

I’m not speculating on the cause because speculation and the rush to unfounded conclusions due to passionate anger can blind one to truth.

Blogger Azimus April 19, 2019 11:15 AM  

The most beautiful building in France has been damaged, either by incompetence or sabotage. But it will be destroyed completely by the hand of cosmopolitan elitist "French" when they build some abyssmal glass and steel monstrosity over the top of it during "reconstruction." It doesn't matter what it looks like specifically, the building will say "Look at me!" not "Bow your heads."

Blogger JFL April 19, 2019 11:28 AM  

"Coupled with the reality of living as a Jew in today’s Germany or France, the solution is obvious. This is the time for Jews and Christians to band together against a common threat to our existence and in respect of our shared history. We can unite with one another as neither of us can with Islam. As a matrilineally Jewish Catholic I am a living example of this union. Islam and social justice are an existential threat to both of us.

Hell yeah brother! Can't wait to start killing towelheads in the streets alongside my jewish brethren! Judeo Christianity ftw!

Is this buffoonish, preening jew serious? Does he think french people are stupid enough to buy this kind of rhetoric nowadays? Does he know the situation in the country with the gilets jaunes? Does he know people are fully aware of what has been identified as national zionism, this brutal shift from the french jewish community where after decades of pushing for more 3rd world immigration they discovered that they're actually patriots and that it's time to push for conflict between christians and muslims?

How about this alternative scenario, we (as in christians/white people/french natives/french nationalists, not judeo christian coalition, not "matrilineally jewish christian" aka a fucking marrane) get political power back in our hands and using the full force of the state we get rid of all the foreign parasites in the most peaceful way possible, including muslims fucking off back to their maghrebi shitholes but also jews making their alya. This way guys like Milo will be able to satiate their desire to kill muslims by serving in Tsahal and we'll finally get rid of all these slimy oriental "intellectuals" telling us what's best for us. FIGHT YOUR OWN WARS, JEW.

Time to read some Céline again, especially Trifles for a Massacre, "for a good laugh in the trenches". 80 years later and nothing has changed.

Blogger Quilp April 19, 2019 11:30 AM  

I just wanted to say RIP Father James V Schall. His passing so close to the Notre Dame fire makes both seem a bigger loss. I am not particularly devout, nor do I know the man, but quite by accident his writings helped lift me out of a despair brought on by family tragedy from which I wasn't sure I would ever fully recover.
Schall on reflection of his life this January:
We want to say that nothing basic is really going on. Yet too much evidence appears that some huge disconnect it taking place in our midst. That clear line of thought from Aristotle to Aquinas to Benedict seems frayed. Orthodoxy meant a confidence that what was handed down was not itself changing or becoming obscure. It also meant that reason would meet what was revealed to us as compatible with what we could learn by ourselves. The truths of God made reason more itself, when thought out.

Strictly speaking, if what is revealed and what is understood are no longer coherent to each other, then that central promise on which we rely for stability of doctrine and practice cannot be maintained."

May your Good Friday be safe, and your Easter filled with loved ones.

Blogger Damn the torpedos April 19, 2019 11:56 AM  

“it has escaped no one’s notice that those in the media pushing most aggressively for generous accommodation of Syrians in the West have themselves been Jewish.”

Milo brings the heat! But when doesn’t he?

Blogger Lovekraft April 19, 2019 12:25 PM  

The one and only message globojihad should be hearing is that this event will be justifiably associated with it until evidence says otherwise.

Blogger JMS April 19, 2019 12:42 PM  

"My suspicions, and those of almost everyone I know, are hardly calmed when we see Fox News—yes, even Fox—repeatedly refusing to host an honest discussion of the possibility..."

Fox has jumped the shark. Even the God Emperor is tweeting out @OANN

One American News & Infogalactic News are some of the very few worthy resources left. (Still have a soft spot for Jeff Renae tho.)

Blogger Gen. Kong April 19, 2019 12:44 PM  

Is this buffoonish, preening jew serious? Does he think french people are stupid enough to buy this kind of rhetoric nowadays? Does he know the situation in the country with the gilets jaunes? Does he know people are fully aware of what has been identified as national zionism, this brutal shift from the french jewish community where after decades of pushing for more 3rd world immigration they discovered that they're actually patriots and that it's time to push for conflict between christians and muslims?

Either he does or he's trying to be sarcastic (which went over a lot of heads). Perhaps he's making a futile appeal to Jews (Frontpage is heavily Zionist). Even here, there are many oblivious to Kalergi and (((who))) have been its primary instigators and supporters from its start. Likewise oblivious to all the jews celebrating the "accident" at Notre Dame along with their Musloid and SJW foot-soldiers and allies. It's almost as if the whole last two decades of invade-the-ummah / invite-the-ummah went into that "black-hole" pictured on (((fake news))).

The Rotten Banana Legion is even now in Afghanistan almost 2 decades later, still guarding the poppyfields for (((opium lords))). Meanwhile the southern border is unguarded with whole 'caravans' of military-age males ("children" according to Talmudvision) simply walking into the homeland unopposed - with bluster from the administration about closing the border being just another empty threat. The same scam is going on in EUSSR - just with greater percentile of Musloids in the invasion force. My bet is that the Macron regime permitted some Musloids access to the shrine to set the fires, so they can find an excuse to send troops to fight for Israel beside the Imperial Banana Legion.

Talmudic Satanist Jared Kushner recently got a law passed to allow more criminals (including plenty of Musloids) to walk the streets in order to toss white children off balconies. There is a long history of Jews working to ensure negro criminality is set loose to prey upon whites. The kid being tossed off the balcony is merely one example. Talmudism is Satanism - as much as Mohammedism is. Crowley merely distilled its essence into its 200-proof form:

Do what thou wilt.

Yes it's a damned shame and really unfair that the 98% of the evil bloodsuckers make the other 2% look bad, but life ain't fair. At the end of the day, it's the French who will need to return to Christ for anything to change. The big bear had a good point about all this the other day. Jews and Musloids - being Satan's spawn - will always behave the way they do. Once this essential is understood, their behavior is largely predictable. They have been greatly enabled by gentile elites who have sold out to them long ago. Neither would be in the position they are at present were it not for willing accomplices like Macron and many others like him.

Blogger Avalanche April 19, 2019 1:00 PM  

@29 "But it will be destroyed completely by the hand of cosmopolitan elitist "French" when they build some abyssmal glass and steel monstrosity over the top of it during "reconstruction.""

See: modern glass pyramid at the Louvre...

Blogger Gettimothy April 19, 2019 1:17 PM  

But the punch to the gut Christendom collectively felt has not been exaggerated.

Even non Christians, Milo included, felt the blow

Blogger Martin Marprelate April 19, 2019 1:18 PM  

Jews are just as much our enemy as the mohommadians. They both must be ejected from our civilization.

Blogger pyrrhus April 19, 2019 1:39 PM  

Speaking from my experiences as a lawyer in Chicago, where arson is frequent for purposes of insurance fraud, the Notre Dame fire was a standard torch job...Done after tourists have left, started in two places, clear motive....check.

Blogger Yordan Yordanov April 19, 2019 2:00 PM  

One thing that struck me is how few people have framed Notre Dame as a Church. "Monument", "Symbol of France", "Architectural Masterpiece", etc., but rarely a Church.

Blogger Amy April 19, 2019 3:06 PM  

Greev-ous fault, or greev-ee-ous fault?

The current Catholic liturgy has a three syllable word, where two would do.

I no longer recognize my home. The Methodists are trying to peel off my friends child by child, and the parents are willing.

Can we just stop trying to appease the World, yet?

Blogger Uncephalized April 19, 2019 3:30 PM  

@Steve "It doesn't seem unreasonable that ancient wood (and paint?) might be very flammable."

The issue is generally not with the age of the wood per se--as long as it is kept dry and free from rot and insect damage it persists essentially unchanged. The thing is the size of the beams. Old timber frames generally used very girthy beams. The thicker the beam, the longer it takes for the wood to start gassing, which is what causes it to burst into flame. Plus the older the wood the more of the volatiles have already gassed off and the higher the ignition temperature should theoretically be. This might be mitigated if the wood has been oiled, etc.

But just as an experiment, grab a handheld propane torch and a 3ft 4x4 some time, and see how long it takes to light it on fire holding the flame right against the side of the board. It will take longer than you think. Now scale that up to a 12x12 or even larger. Not that easy to do accidentally.

Blogger Piroko April 19, 2019 3:55 PM  

I'm in insurance, and frankly, restoration work is one of the leading causes of loss on historical buildings. It is not surprising to me at all that the building caught fire during work on a lead roof.

Blogger DonReynolds April 19, 2019 4:03 PM  

There have been almost 900 acts of vandalism against churches in France in the last year alone, none of which have been featured in the US news media. When French officials were being interviewed on FoxNews by Neil Cavuto, he shut them off when they tried to mention it. No doubt, they are not allowed to discuss it anywhere in the US media.

It does not matter if a single entity is responsible for these attacks or if it is multiple vandals or who any of them might be or why they might be so motivated. All of that, should be sorted out by the French intelligence services and police. They have their own courts and laws. What should matter most to Americans is that we are not permitted to even discuss it in public or even speculate on the causes or perpetrators of these acts of vandalism.

I reject the nonsense that the Notre Dame Cathedral burned due to an accident associated with renovations. That is nonsense and this excuse was coughed up before the fire was even contained by the firemen and without witnesses to that effect and before any arson investigation. Clearly, the French government is trying to limit any blow-back and stamp out any sparks that could sweep through that country (and other countries) like a prairie fire through a wheat field. All they are doing is trying to buy some time. Personally, I hope the use their time wisely.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella April 19, 2019 4:21 PM  

The al-Aqsa mosque had an attempted arson on the same day. Let us be wise as serpents, gentle as doves. There really are not enough Frenchmen to risk wasting lives on the wrong Crusade target.

I don't know who did it. I do know that the French state bureaucrats have problems with peaceful Muslims in the banlieus. They criticize K-pop as patriarchal, respectful of authority and not trying to overthrow anyone. The Kpop fans are not out torching cars or abusing elderly French people. They are in school, learning multiple languages, watching videos, making fan notes, sharing with each other. The state bureaucrats seem to have a death wish for French people.

Also, I have only seen this once, so I cannot verify it, but I've seen the long-term Muslims in France (pieds noirs?) are upset with the current African immigrants, and the wildly violent young thugs newly imported. Their own children are not safe from these criminals.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine April 19, 2019 5:55 PM  

"One thing that struck me is how few people have framed Notre Dame as a Church. "Monument", "Symbol of France", "Architectural Masterpiece", etc., but rarely a Church."

To be fair, the building isn't the church. You could certainly call it a cathedral.

Blogger flyingtiger April 19, 2019 6:24 PM  

Cathedrals were usually the highest point in the community. Medieval craftsmen worried about lightning strikes. They had ways to fireproof the roofs. This spread too fast. This fire is beginning to look suspicious.

Blogger Gettimothy April 19, 2019 7:55 PM  

"When French officials were being interviewed on FoxNews by Neil Cavuto, he shut them off when they tried to mention it. No doubt, they are not allowed to discuss it anywhere in the US media."

They fear Christians, as they should.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd April 19, 2019 8:08 PM  

DonReynolds wrote:I reject the nonsense that the Notre Dame Cathedral burned due to an accident associated with renovations. That is nonsense and this excuse was coughed up before the fire was even contained by the firemen and without witnesses to that effect and before any arson investigation.

Nonsense or not, the instantaneous, pre-investigation ruling-out of arson is suspicious. Believe no rumor until it's denied.

Ariadne Umbrella wrote:don't know who did it.

Does it really matter who did it? The mohammedans are our enemies, whether they did this or not. They all need to go. If this is a convenient excuse to re-enact the Saint Bartholomew's Day massacre on the invaders, then let the French by all means take advantage of it. If it turns out there was some other group actually responsible, they can be dealt with appropriately, later.

Blogger damaris.tighe April 19, 2019 10:21 PM  

Vox I think you may be right that neo-crusaders may become a thing, in opposition to the jihad.
I don't think they will all be actual Christians.

St. George's day and the English flag culturewar is coming up soon.

Blogger Rhys April 19, 2019 10:41 PM  

Nobody here who is gleefully fantasizing about "ejecting" Milo from the West is a Christian. You are reveling in being an opportunist and a traitor. You are Judas. You are satanist scum, and should be shot on sight.


Blogger IreneAthena April 20, 2019 1:22 AM  

@50 I also was wondering why some describe Milo as a non-Christian. Is it the "heretical" Roman Catholicism or the same-sex marriage? I figure that without needing the benefit of my judgment, Jesus knows his own, many, many of whom are willfully resisting their own chastening or are being spared it at the moment because the Lord knows "they are not yet ready to bear it."

As far as shooting on sight, etc, etc...Distasteful as these two prospects are, there may be a time that as a matter of survival we will see (1) another Crusade and (2) the ejection of Jews from the West if (1)"infidel" blood is spilled in jihad in the US the wholesale way it is currently in Christian communities in Africa (2) influential Jews keep denying that the US Congress has been paid for by AIPAC to not interfere as US soldiers die in Zionist wars [but Milo is one of (((THEM)))? What's their evidence?] ... There may be a St. Francis of Assisi-like figure who arises to negotiate a peaceful alternative, but he will have to, as St. Francis of Asisi did, approach the enemy with a clear understanding of all that is at stake.

Blogger God Emperor Memes April 20, 2019 3:43 AM  

No, it is a totalitarian, pedophilic, death cult.

Blogger God Emperor Memes April 20, 2019 3:50 AM  

Not sure if this is real but: https://youtu.be/gqhU1oHhlTI

Blogger Daniele Grech Pereira April 20, 2019 7:58 AM  

Desperta ferro!

Blogger Clay April 20, 2019 8:07 AM  

Tho it might seem stupid in this context, the burning of the Cathedral reminded me of a quote by George Patton:

"Fixed fortifications are a monument to the stupidity of man."

Blogger Clay April 20, 2019 8:10 AM  

Tho it might seem stupid in this context, but the burning of the Cathedral reminded me of this George Patton quote:

"Fixed fortifications are a monument to the stupidity of man."

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