Christophobia I

Posted By Anders On January 24, 2008 @ 00:45 In English, Euromed | 4 Comments

Illuminism, which the EU declared its ideology on Oct.24, 2007, aims at fulfilling the the dream of Mayer Amschel Rothschild of a dictatorial world state governed through his money. The means is the removal of the obstacles: 1.the national state and 2. the teachings of Christ. Both obstacles are nearly gone. And now the EU is setting all sails towards its "aim of creating a political unity according to the  [1] illuminist ideal." 

“Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake  (Matth. 24:9)…Iniquity shall abound… (Matth. 24:12) . But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved (Matth. 13).”

Paul Ray alias “[2] Lionheart,the [3] English blogger”, is a Christian, who protested against Muslim abuse of the English, in particular against the Luton drug market, which is according to Lionheart´s first hand descriptions being ruled by Muslim gangs. Today he is a refugee somewhere outside the EU. For as soon as he returns to his homeland he will be arrested for “inciting racial hatred”. You know: Most dangerous of all is the truth that has been decided to be kept secret.

Angel. From the Tundra Tabloids Blog about blogger Tomashot. "Things are not getting any better. Things are getting worse, and the pace is quickening. A couple of years ago, we only had to endure censorship targeted against single discussion-board writings. Then, entire boards started to vanish. [4] Today, writers get prosecuted and fined. Tomorrow they will be jailed" 

Recently [5] the same trend was seen [5] in Finland - reported on Jan. 14, 2008: “Tuusola circuit court found me (Tomashot) guilty today of incitement against a national group. My verdict was a 825 € fine and all of my web pages were ordered to be closed down. Even though I insisted that my pages which were part of the factually based "News From Finland", which publishes news concerning crimes committed by immigrants, and should be spared, but they were also judged to be closed down as well."

I don´t know if this blogger is a Christian. But apparently  he reported  politically inconvenient truths – as true  Cristians always did.

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI about [6] Christianophobia: "In politics, it seems to be almost indecent to speak about God, almost as it were an attack on the freedom of someone who doesn't believe," he said. (The Daily Telegraph, Nov 20, 2004). 

‘There is often a sort of Christophobia in the intelligentsia and opinion-formers in our society,’ says Cardinal Murphy O’Connor .

Author and radio talk show host Dennis Prager in July 2007: "Islam, or Christianity, or Judaism, or Buddhism should be just as subject to criticism as conservatism or liberalism. However, the only religion the West permits criticism of is Christianity. People write books, give lectures and conduct seminars on the falsity of Christian claims, or on the immoral record of Christianity, and no one attacks them for racism or bigotry…. The head of the Anti-Defamation League announces that conservative Christians are the greatest threat to America today, and no one charges him with racism or Christianophobia."

Europe is not safe from religious persecution, warned Vatican Cardinal Paul Poupard

All these "forms of persecution, hidden or overt, will bear their fruits," Cardinal Poupard said. The

The French prelate explained that an aggressive secularizing trend in Europe would eventually lead to more direct attacks on religion. Pointing to the thousands of Christians who died for the faith in Europe during the 20th century, he predicted: "This century will have some, too, in some countries."

                                                                  "Give us this"

As evidence of the growing hostility toward Christianity in Europe, the French prelate cited "the categorical rejection of a reference to the Christian roots of Europe in the [7] preamble to the constitution for the European Union." That rejection, he argued, was a refusal to acknowledge historical reality. It is, he continued, "more than simple anti-clericalism," because it seeks to eradicate the evidence of Christian faith (Rome, July 7, 2004,

One of the reasons why a reference to Europe’s Christian roots was rejected was, according to Jewish Professor of International Law (NYU) Joseph Weiler, European laicité: “European laicité, it is a kind of faith in itself. It is a positive hostility to religion, as distinct from American secularism, is not simply an “I don’t happen to believe in God.” which in Europe means Christianity. This is why I did not hesitate in my book to speak about Christophobia.

[8] The UN Human Rights Commission in Geneva now speaks of "anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and Christianophobia." The use of the word Christianophobia has been proposed for use in the UN General Assembly.  Christianophobia results in acts of

  1. Discrimination
  2. Mistreatment
  3. Expulsion of Christian positions from public life
  4. Public insults of Christianity
  5. Laws that impede the expression of the Christian faith
  6. Persecution

 [6] Christianity is being discriminated:

"But crucify him again"!
3-dimensional computer-treated photo from the Shroud of Turin -
no fake according to all sciences. Image formation by chemical action on only the very most superficial fibrils of the linen cloth.Known since the year of 1357 - with all the stigmata of the passion of Christ. The front and back sides of the Rroman-crucified man are extremely clearly seen. [9] It is no painting and the blood on it is genuine. Mark the pulmonary edema from the right nostril. Coins are seen on his eyes. They have been identified as [10] Roman lepta from the year 29 A.D. The cloth contains pollen and calcium aragonite from Jerusalem and calcium aragonite.

Jewish writer David Joel Horowitz argues that if one fails to take decisive action, Christians will become “the Jews of the 21st century, the scapegoats of choice of the world's thug regimes.” (in: Protecting persecuted Christians, Christian Century, Dec 2, 98)

Nadia Eweida (55), a Coptic Christian whose father is Egyptian and mother English, working for seven years at British Airways as a luggage inspector, was [11] suspended from work for two weeks without pay because of wearing a cross.

The airline's uniform code states that staff must not wear visible jewellery or other 'adornments' while on duty without permission from management. It makes exceptions for Muslim and Sikh minorities by allowing them to wear hijabs and turbans.

Inayat Bunglawala, spokesman for the Muslim Council of Britain, said that wearing a cross was not "intimidating or offensive."  Eweida won the first appeal, lost however the second one, please view the following

"Give us her - crucify him again"!
From  the Brussels church Our lady of Eternal Succour: Bishops grant illegal Muslim refugees church asylum, i.e. to live here for years, covering the Virgin Mary, whom they disgust, praying 5 times a day to Allah  and writing "Allah" on banners!!

Papal biographer: ROME, DEC. 12, 2004  [12] Papal biographer George Weigel says that Europe is suffering from "Christophobia,". … European high culture is, largely, Christophobic, and Europeans themselves describe their cultures and societies as 'post-Christian,'" said Weigel, a senior fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, in Washington, D.C. … His answer is that "Europe is going through a grave cultural and moral crisis.
The fact is that Western Europe is committing demographic suicide."

A Russian Orthodox bishop Hilarion, bishop of Vienna and Austria: In insisting on tolerance, EU leaders slam Islamophobia and anti- Semitism but often ignore various anti-Christian practices, He cited alleged efforts to oust the church from public life as one such practice. 

[13] Mark Pritchard (The Wrekin) (Con) on Dec. 7, 2007, in the House of Commons 
This debate is about the relentless assault, mostly by stealth, on this nation’s much-loved Christian heritage and traditions. It is about how anti-Christian sentiment is increasing, not decreasing;  Britain’s Christian history, heritage and traditions are neglected through the actions of Whitehall Departments, Government agencies, local authorities, the charity commissioners, or other sectors of society.Seven out of 10 people in the 2001 national census identified themselves as Christian. A recent survey in The Sunday Telegraph revealed that fewer and fewer schools are staging traditional Christmas nativity plays, supposedly through fear of offending people of other faiths and those with no faith. But what about the offence to Christians? I have never met a single Muslim, Jew, Sikh or Buddhist, or person of any other faith, who has told me that they object to Christians celebrating Christmas. That they do object is a false, secular-driven proposition, and a divisive one. Indeed, the Muslim Council of Britain said:“We see no reason for any Muslim to be upset or offended for the celebration of Christmas or any other festival of any faith”.
Well, if the dechristianization is not a consequence of Muslime pressure, where does it come from then?  
In my next post I shall enter upon the forces which are behind the dechristianization today . 

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