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Turkey sends an army against Greece: EU, NATO, UN, all the big brains have a collective yawn

A Declaration of War.

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Turkey sends Mujaheddin warriors against Greece.

Low IQs, including most Feminists, Leftists, Globalists, Europhiles, call the invasion ‘a migrant crisis’.

For the hard of thinking:

-100.000 Moslems, 99% appear to be young Moslem men

-They are not from Syria, but from the Moslem world at large

-Erdogan, Sultan of the Turkish Khanate, has stated that he has sent a Moslem army (the supposed refugees from Syria), to cause the downfall of Europe

-These assault forces are supported by, and probably even armed by, the Turkish military

 

Erdogan publicly announces an invasion of Europe.  He states this is Islam’s ‘Last Army’, meaning the Moslem horde which will bring down civilisation and herald the ‘end of times’, as given in Mein Koran.  The World yawns.  NATO supine and stupid, does nothing.  Euro-left-tards denounce Greece.


 

00:00       “This storm that is breaking out is the Turkish horde, my Lord!

00:06       The horde that will die for your sake, O Lord!

00:10       Until the glory of your name rises with the call to prayer

00:15       Win the victory because this is Islam’s last army.”

00:20       [Cheers]

00:26       Yes, this storm that breaks is our army.

00:32       Allah stands behind it along with the prayers of millions of our friends.

 

00:39       This storm is the heart of our nation. Everyone sees or will see what it is capable of.

“Turkey has deployed 1,000 special forces police to its border with Greece to ensure that the migrants it has released don’t return to Turkey. Meanwhile, the Turkish army is reportedly helping the people-smugglers get the migrants to Europe, making sure they don’t overcharge their customers.”

 

Vast majority of the invaders are from Afghanistan.

Countries of origin of the 252 migrants and refugees detained in Greece so far, per Greek govt:

Afghanistan: 64%
Pakistan: 19%
Turkey: 5%
Syria: 4%
Somalia: 2.6%
Iraq, Iran, Ethiopia, Morocco, Bangladesh, Egypt: 5.4%

 

Catholic Church blames Israel for the 'Wall' and Christian persecution and poverty....

For Leftards, the Moslem is never to blame.

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As a Catholic, one gets tired (if one’s IQ is over 60); of listening to sermons, appeals and other junk-propaganda from Left-wing Liberal ‘Priests’, vomiting out the satanic spew issued by the Vatican, embracing inter-alia; globaloneywarming, climate-geddon; Muhammadans-are-our-friends; unfettered immigration is mandatory; Christ was a migrant; and of course anti-semiticism disguised as it always is, by criticising ‘Israel’ and its ‘treatment of Palestinians’ (a people which do not exist), including supposedly, Palestinian Christians.

 

The latest anti-Jew appeal is for this Lenten season, to support something called the ‘Holy Land Foundation’, co-chaired in the UK by extreme Liberals, Archbishop Welby of the ridiculous Anglican State Church of England (with Welby mentally deficient and physically laughable); and Vincent Nichols, apparently a Catholic Archbishop who is not too bright if his friends extend to someone as ridiculous as Welby.

 

The tenor of the sermon-appeal in our Church was nauseating.  According to the Priest who had visited Israel the 18 foot-high wall (it is 26 feet high in reality), was a monument of pain and anguish, separating Christian ‘Palestinians’ from their families, work, farmland and ability to go the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.  He called Jewish territory ‘Occupied Territory’.  Bethlehem was ‘surrounded’ by the wall, the birth-place of Christ, with the wall a Herodian reminder of Jewish immorality and vanity.  Thus, it is the evil Israeli aka the Jew, who is to blame for the poverty, high cost of medicine and lack of jobs in the ‘Occupied Territories’. Ergo, send money as part of your Lenten penance, to the Holy Land Foundation, so we can right the Jew-created wrongs and bring harmony between ‘Palestinians and Jews’. 

 

That such drivel can be stated in a Catholic Church should be roundly condemned.  But considering that most of the laity are Liberals divorced from reality, it is probably accepted in toto, as the gospel truth.  

 

No mention was made of why there is a wall.  It was built of course as a response to the endless Moslem Jihad against Jews and Israel.  Until the mid 1990s the ‘territories’ were run by Israeli military authorities and no wall existed.  After Arafat declared an endless intifada all was changed.  The ‘West Bank’ became a perennial source of Moslem terror and intifada violence against Jews and Israelis.  The Wall exists thanks to Moslem terror.

 

While Christians living in these areas do suffer from hardship, it is not hard to understand why.  Moslems.  The Moslem Jihad has forced a complete and utter military-security response from the Israeli state.  In fact, there are about 200.000 ‘Palestinian Christians’ in Israel, 51.000 live in the Hamas-PA run territories.  It is these 51.000 that are under duress, the rest of the Christians who live elsewhere in Israel are not discriminated against or molested by Israeli security or military policies and personnel.  However, the duress of Christians living in the ‘Occupied Territories’ is mostly due to Moslem supremacism and violence (see the links below). There is therefore no context to the claim that Israel is persecuting Christians.  51.000 may indeed suffer in PLO-PA-Hamas dominated territories.  But Moslems are arriving in Bethlehem in great numbers, as Christians leave.  If the ‘persecution’ is so bad, why are Moslem populations growing and Christians shrinking in these areas?

 

And yet the Muslim population of Bethlehem is growing. Muslims, in fact, are not fleeing. They are arriving—in large numbers.

Surely there is some significance in this disparity between the two populations. Why is the Muslim sector of Bethlehem growing while the Christian sector is falling? Both face the same exact set of circumstances. Could it be that this disparity tells the true story?

It is important to note, first of all, that Jewish sovereignty does not, ipso facto, lead to Christian emigration. Inside Israel proper, the Christian population has been growing steadily for decades. Today, Christian Arabs are serving in the army and at various levels of the Israeli government.

As far as the decrease of Christians inside the Palestinian territories…..The barrier is indeed a factor, but far more important is the reason that the barrier was built in the first place: rising Islamism inside the Palestinian territories and bad governance on the part of the Palestinian Authority.

It is no coincidence that Bethlehem was mostly Christian until the 1990s. Until then, Bethlehem was ruled directly by Israel through a military administration. Although they were not full citizens of Israel, Palestinian Christians (and Muslims) could travel freely inside the country, visit the beach, and shop in Jewish neighborhoods. That all changed in the mid-1990s when Israel agreed to let the PLO rule parts of the West Bank and Gaza under a famous treaty called the Oslo Accords.

 

So the ‘Wall’ is there for a reason - Moslems.  And because of that fact, checkpoints, searches, and zero tolerance is now Israeli state policy. 

 

It is the Moslems who have turned the ‘territories’ into another hell-hole – terrorism, Jihad, high-unemployment, endless grievances and demands, all flowing into anti-Christian discrimination.  But Moslems are never to blame.  For the Church and other Liberal hair-flicking multi-culti supporters, Muhammadans are always the victims.  The Jews or the Americans are always to blame.

 

Some reading for Priests, Bishops and the Vatican – the Moslem Persecution of Christians:

Far-Left Guardian calls the Christian Persecution by Moslems in the ME a genocide

Hard-Left Huffington Post calls the Moslem persecution of Christians a genocide

What you will never hear in the Fake News; Fortunate Arabs in Israel (Gatestone)

The UK government’s foreign office report on the persecution of Christians – by Moslems in North Africa and the ME

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Christianity soon to disappear from its birthplace - thanks to Moslems

14 centuries of Jihad, modern supremacism and Christophobia

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As the West submits itself to the Fascism of PC speech restrictions and the Fascist Supremacism of Muhammadism, it is worth remembering at Christmas, that the birthplace of Christ, is almost devoid of Christianity, extirpated by Moslems.  No Fake News Media outrage.  No State Departments lamentation.  No Fake Education assessment.  No UN angst.  Just more violence, death, and hate from Moslems toward Christians in the Fake non-state, non-entity of ‘Palestine’.  Not even the Church will mention it.  Abridged version of original Gatestone Institute article (‘Silent Night’) is below. 

 

 

Christianity is on the verge of disappearing in the place of its birth, including Bethlehem. According to lawyer and scholar Justus Reid Weiner, "The systematic persecution of Christian Arabs living in Palestinian areas is being met with nearly total silence by the international community, human rights activists, the media and NGOs... In a society where Arab Christians have no voice and no protection it is no surprise that they are leaving." (Image source: Daniel Case/Wikimedia Commons)

 

"The Persecution of Christians in the Palestinian Authority," a report by Dr. Edy Cohen, published by the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies earlier this year, goes a long way in validating this supposition (on-going violence against Christians).

 

Moreover, as often happens when Muslims attack Christians in Islamic nations, "Despite the [Christian] residents' cries for help" in Jifna, "the PA police did not intervene during the hours of mayhem. They have not arrested any suspects." Similarly, "no suspects were arrested" in the two church attacks.

 

Palestinian Christians, in short, are suffering from the same patterns of persecution — including church attacks, kidnappings and forced conversion— as their co-religionists in dozensof Muslim nations. The difference, however, is that the persecution of Palestinian Christians has "received no coverage in the Palestinian media." In fact, Cohen explains, "a full gag order was imposed in many cases":

 

"The only thing that interests the PA is that events of this kind not be leaked to the media. Fatah regularly exerts heavy pressure on Christians not to report the acts of violence and vandalism from which they frequently suffer, as such publicity could damage the PA's image as an actor capable of protecting the lives and property of the Christian minority under its rule. Even less does the PA want to be depicted as a radical entity that persecutes religious minorities. That image could have negative repercussions for the massive international, and particularly European, aid the PA receives."

 

Considered another way, the bread and butter of the Palestinian Authority and its supporters, particularly in the media, is to portray the Palestinians as victims of unjust aggression and discrimination from Israel. This narrative would be jeopardized if the international community learned that Palestinians are themselves persecuting fellow Palestinians — solely on account of religion. It might be hard to muster sympathy for a supposedly oppressed people when one realizes that they themselves are doing the oppressing of the minorities in their midst, and for no other reason than religious bigotry.

 

Because they are so sensitive to this potential difficulty, "PA officials exert pressure on local Christian to not report such incidents, which threaten to unmask the Palestinian Authority as yet another Middle East regime beholden to a radical Islamic ideology," Cohen writes in another report.

 

"Far more important to the Palestinian Authority than arresting those who assault Christian sites is keeping such incidents out of the mainstream media. And they are very successful in this regard. Indeed, only a handful of smaller local outlets bothered to report on these latest break-ins. The mainstream international media ignored them altogether."

 

Notably, a similar dynamic sometimes exists concerning Muslim refugees. Although West European politicians and media present them as persecuted and oppressed, in need of a welcoming hand, some Muslim migrants themselves persecute and oppress Christian minorities among themwhether by terrorizing them in refugee camps, or drowning them in the Mediterranean.

 

Objective numbers confirm that Christians living under Hamas and the PA are experiencing some unpleasantry that Muslims are not: there were approximately 3,500 Christians in the Gaza Strip in 2007; now, there are now reportedly no more than 500-1,300.

 

As Justus Reid Weiner, a lawyer and scholar well-acquainted with the region, explains:

"The systematic persecution of Christian Arabs living in Palestinian areas is being met with nearly total silence by the international community, human rights activists, the media and NGOs... In a society where Arab Christians have no voice and no protection it is no surprise that they are leaving."

 

By all counts, Christianity is on the verge of disappearing in the place of its birth, including the scene of the Nativity --Bethlehem.