On the flight back from Nur-Sultan, Francis doubted that arms deliveries to Ukraine were moral, flattered communist rulers and declared to the West that it had "lost."
Friday, September 16, 2022
On the flight back from Nur-Sultan, Francis doubted that arms deliveries to Ukraine were moral, flattered communist rulers and declared to the West that it had "lost."
Sunday, July 31, 2022
Catholic doctor and family man Alban Gervaise was buried on June 7 after an Islamist stabbed him in front of his children's school.
Islamic Violence is part of daily life in France
(Paris) A magazine denounced the "epidemic of stabbings" sweeping France without the media taking any notice. The “new normal” is migration-related violence. However, “political correctness” prohibits reporting and speaking about it. Anyone who does it will be pilloried. Along with the “stabbing epidemic” comes an epidemic of political hypocrisy. The latter made the former possible. The post-war construct called "Western Europe" is stuck in a vicious circle from which it apparently does not know how to free itself.
In its current issue, the monthly magazine Causeur laments the great fear of “insulting Muslims” when denouncing jihadism and jihadists. This fear is not a natural phenomenon, but a screw clamp in the head that is attached by ideologues.
"Silence, on égorge" is the shocking headline. Causeur wants to break the media silence that envelops Islamist attacks as if with anesthesia so that he does not have to face the reality of radical Islam.
It's about "prioritizing". The alliance of left-liberal establishment and left-wing infantry that followed the collapse of the Iron Curtain in Western Europe is also pursuing its goals at the price of endangering internal security and social peace in the European states. The migration, climate, corona and sanctions policies show it.
"Alban Gervaise has died twice"
Front page of the current issue of Causeur
Causeur's editor, Élisabeth Lévy, recalls the tragedy of the Catholic doctor and family man who, just 40 years old, was killed "in the name of Allah" in front of his children's school last May and forgotten by "dedicated" columnists. The death of Alban Gervaise, which occurred in hospital after weeks of agony, is one of the "unspoken Islamist killings," Causeur said.
"Alban Gervaise has died twice: his throat slashed by his killer's knife and buried by his country's silence."
"If we have decided to dedicate the cover to him, it is because we want to right an injustice, but also because his death occurred at the crossroads of two French tragedies: the first is the war that has declared us invisible enemies ; the second is the startling denial of the first,” says Élisabeth Lévy.
Islamist terrorism swept to Europe in 2004, when bombings killed 192 people in Madrid, leading to the fall of the conservative government. In Europe, it is a phenomenon that cannot be classified in the previously known theories of terrorism. References to Islamist terrorist organizations such as al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS) were misleading from the start. The Islamic State (IS), as it became known in the media for its military operations in the Middle East, was a product of the Obama administration and some Middle Eastern potentates. It was eliminated because Donald Trump ended US support after his election and Putin's Russian forces defeated it militarily.
Some of the perpetrators operating in Europe may have taken their cues from the terrorist groups mentioned, but a direct connection could not be proven. It was the phenomenon of “lone wolves”. Islam's inherent willingness to use violence called jihad made it possible. This willingness to use violence, which nobody recognized and described more accurately than G. K. Chesterton at the beginning of the 20th century, also produces the Islamist everyday violence that has afflicted Western Europe for several years. This brutal everyday violence had never existed in Europe before. Their return is a direct product of unrestrained mass immigration, which in turn is the ideological product of that alliance. The cities are becoming less safe, the streets more and more dangerous. Women in particular pay the price. But you hardly talk about it anymore, because you are not allowed to talk about it anymore. The Corona muzzle is the defining symbol of this mental and moral distortion of public discourse. It is not the migration-related violence that causes public unrest, but those who draw attention to it, claim the deniers of reality and impose bans on speaking.
The slitting of the throat while shouting "Allahu Akbar" is no longer a headline in France, at best a small notice. The writer and journalist Éric Zemmour tried to rebel and ran for president. With this he caused quite a stir. In polls, he immediately reached third place. At the polls, however, he only received seven percent. They symbolize the successful containment of his advance.
The long list of secret violence
The Gervaise case is particularly spectacular, but one has only to flip through the pages of Fdesouche.com, which reports weekly on Islamist-motivated attacks, to realize how oppressive the cloak of silence is.
On June 20, in Rodez, Aveyron department, a man armed with two knives tried to enter a police station and attack officers. Unsuccessful, he changed his target and stabbed the manager of the pizzeria next door in the jugular.
On July 5, an Afghan national beat police officers in Rennes and tried to cut the throat of the man who tried to stop him.
In Trappes, on July 10, a pensioner was attacked and stabbed in the neck and chest: he died the next day.
On July 11, an Eritrean who found refuge in France as a "refugee" tried to stab two women in the center of the southern French city of Montpellier.
So that's a small excerpt of the "stabbing epidemic" that is spreading in France and is becoming more and more worrying, even if the state and left-wing opinion controllers pretend not to see it. As in other areas, they have come up with a language rule: the attacker is simply labeled as a "madman", although, as in the Gervaise case, he invokes Allah, a Koran was found in his backpack and videos on his computer were found that pay homage to jihad. The anti-terror prosecutor's office did not initiate any investigations into Mohamed L. either.
So many Muslims now live in France that politicians have long had to compete for their votes and are simply afraid of them. In most cases, the fear may be unfounded. But it is there and determines their decisions. The Corona years have shown what fear can do. These are not the prerequisites that should be the basis for the community of a free constitutional state. In addition: This state was brought about by someone. In 1950 around 120,000 Muslims (0.3 percent) lived in France; today their number is estimated at nine million (15 percent). Their number has more than doubled in the past 25 years.
The denial of Islamism
The Editor-in-Chief of Causeur writes:
“We are well aware of the reason for this silence: Muslims should not be stigmatized. But isn't refusing to talk about jihadism as if they're all a part of it the best way to stigmatize them? Are they children from whom we must hide the truth in order not to offend them? Should we exclude them from contemplating a phenomenon that comes from Islam without being confused with it? If the attack takes place on the eve of elections, it is also said that one should not 'stoke fears'. Heaven save us from the voters making an informed choice.”
The denial of the reality of everyday Islamism, which Gilles Kepel calls "atmospheric jihadism," is one of the greatest ills of French society. [It's holocaust culture that creates this problem in the first place.] A serious symptom of the real problem.
Text: Andreas Becker
Trans: Tancred firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, April 6, 2022
The accused Abdul Malik A. (29) at the start of the trial in the Berlin district court
By: ANNE LOSENSKY
05.04.2022 - 21:16
Berlin – A hobby gardener is trimming mahonia in the front yard when a man comes by and stabs her into a coma. The trial before the Berlin district court began on Tuesday.
Room 700. Accused: Abdul Malik A. (29) from Afghanistan. Since 2015 in Berlin. Apartment in Wilmersdorf. "A very nice guy," says his cousin to BILD. An insidious murderer who was prevented by others from completing his bloody work, says the Berlin Attorney General's Office.
The accidental victim Regina G. (58) is paralyzed today, a nursing case
Flashback: It's September 4, 2021, Saturday, 1:30 p.m. Regina G. (58) trims shrubs in front of her rental house at the corner of Güntzelstrasse and Prinzregentenstrasse in Wilmersdorf. Shortly there afternoon , nothing is as it was: stitches in the neck and head, coma, forever requiring nursing care. She only survived because her neighbor Klaus F. (66) interfered with the words: "Tell me, are you crazy, leave the woman alone!"
The spot where the woman was stabbed
Photo: Timo Beurich
The former nurse plays the drums, and was coming from rehearsal. This is how he experienced the madness of the attack: "I see a well-dressed man in a blue caftan, blue trousers, creases. The woman is busy with the hedge trimmer in the front yard. He approaches from behind. A scream. She kneels. He is holding her hair with his right hand and a knife to her neck with his left.”
Klaus F. continues: "I shout: 'Leave the woman alone!' He looks pitiful. He drops her and comes for me. Gets the throat and larynx. I ran to the barber shop with the last of my strength and call out: 'Get the police, they want to kill a woman!'"
Klaus F. (66) stepped in and protected his neighbor from further stab wounds
Photo: Olaf Selchow
The knifeman smiles. He relies on a self-defense claim: "The woman attacked me! She had big scissors. I only have a small knife for bread and melons.” The judge: “Did you mind that the woman cut flowers?” The knifeman gently: “Yes, beautiful flowers, please don't cut them, I said.” His lawyer emphasizes: “He has no problem with women!”
ATTACK ON GARDENER
Berlin pensioner Klaus stopped the Afghan knife
BLOOD DEATH IN BERLIN
The Two Faces of the Knife Afghan
A police officer (49) who arrested him at the time: "He said his God had ordered the woman to be killed because she kept cutting the flowers."
Instead of being in jail, the knifeman is now behind bars in the psycho hospital. “The food is better there too,” he says with satisfaction. The judge: “The woman is paralyzed today!” The accused: “God sees everything. Mistakes happen. I'm not a terrorist. Send me back home. Or release me!”
The verdict is due to be issued on May 24th.
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Edit: this is similar to the burning down of the Minneapolis 5th Precinct, although from a different wing of Globohomo.\
We can’t use troops to protect our border. We can’t use troops to prevent BLM taking over blocks of major cities as “occupation zones.” But God forbid if the elite feels threatened from their countrymen. pic.twitter.com/X1wY4LBGTI— RAMZPAUL (@ramzpaul) January 13, 2021
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Edit: Representative Harin Fernando is a member of the center-right United National Party of Sri Lanka and was raised a Catholic at least. He had also criticized Facebook for not controlling anti-Muslim commentary on the platform.
Sept 20, Colombo: The Auxiliary Bishops of the Archdiocese of Colombo have issued a statement saying that the allegations leveled against the Cardinal by MP Harin Fernando who recently appeared before the Presidential Commission of Inquiry into the Easter Sunday Attack, are untrue and unfounded.
Archbishop Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith regrets and is shocked by a statement made by MP Harin Fernando before the Presidential Commission of Inquiry into the Easter Sunday attacks, the statement said.
MP Harin Fernando appearing before the Presidential Commission of Inquiry investigating the Easter Sunday Attacks on the 16th of this month stated that the Archbishop had not conducted a Mass in a public church on the Easter Sunday morning when the tragedy took place, and that he had not held the Mass because he was aware of the impending danger.
Sunday, September 20, 2020
Saturday, January 25, 2020
[Spiegel] After the death of a young person near Güglingen in Baden-Württemberg, the police investigated. Stabbing injuries were found on the body of the 15-year-old, the officials said. His 17-year-old brother and 54-year-old father were taken to hospital with stab wounds.
"Many things are still unclear, but we currently assume that the crime took place within the family," said a police spokesman. "According to our investigations, the father and brother are the only people who were present during the crime."
Whether the stab wounds led to the 15-year-old's death will only be known after an autopsy. Investigators have so far not commented on murder weapons.
The 15-year-old was therefore killed on Saturday night in a residential building on an Aussiedlerhof in the Heilbronn district. The father and brother are currently not available for questioning because of their serious injuries, the police said. The investigators now wanted to interview family members and acquaintances.
According to the police, a family member made an emergency call
The teenagers and the father lived together on the property. No information has so far been given on the mother of the dead boy. Shortly after one o'clock, the emergency services were informed by an emergency call that there had been a dispute in the relatively secluded house and that there were several injuries. According to the police, the emergency call was made by one of the three family members.
Numerous officials secured the traces at the crime scene in Güglingen. The investigators let a drone circle over the Aussiedlerhof. According to the police, between 40 and 50 officers are working on the case.
The act took place just hours after a serious crime in Rot am See, just over 100 kilometers away. Six people were killed there on Friday. A marksman [The authorities still haven’t released the names of the perpetrator.] is suspected of shooting his father, mother and four other relatives in the small town in north-east Baden-Württemberg. According to the investigators, the man is said to have killed his victims with a pistol and then reported himself to the police.
Friday, January 24, 2020
The Aalen police spoke on Twitter of gunfire in a building. There were several injuries, probably also deaths. There is no evidence of further perpetrators. The crime scene is in Bahnhofstrasse.
Police: Several dead and injured
To FOCUS Online, the police confirmed that several shots were fired in Aalen. There are several deaths and injuries. The suspect was arrested. The police assume a relationship act, the perpetrator and the victims are said to have known each other. There are no indications of other suspects. The operation has been underway since 12.45 p.m., but the situation is now under control.
A user reported via Twitter that he had seen several police officers with submachine guns.
More shortly on FOCUS Online
Saturday, December 21, 2019
How long before Minnesotans and others of European heritage address this forcefully, before they are displaced and subjugated in their own lands?
[Guardian] A Minnesota Muslim woman has received $120,000 to settle her lawsuit alleging she was forced to strip in jail and remove her hijab for a booking photo over a traffic offense, the woman and her attorneys said Tuesday.
Monday, December 16, 2019
Three native Chechens are said to have planned a whole series of attacks in Vienna and other cities between Christmas and New Year. The driving force behind the terrorist attack allegedly planned in Vienna was probably a 24-year-old Chechen who was most recently housed in the Hirtenberg prison.
He is said to have planned his outbreak from prison and then to a series of the terror attacks. According to the investigation, which has not been confirmed by the authorities, an explosive attack was initially planned in downtown Vienna, specifically on the Christmas market on Stephansplatz. Then attacks in Salzburg, Germany, France and Luxembourg should have followed. Two suspected accomplices, Chechens aged 25 and 31, were detained last week (as reported).
The law enforcement authorities are said to have tracked down the three men, an anonymous whistle-blower, who is said to have warned above all of the inmate who was imprisoned in Hirtenberg, since he was still attached to the IS ideology after his conviction. Extensive investigations, telephone surveillance and observations confirmed the suspicion that led to the arrest of the Chechens who had been released - because of "imminent danger", the court officials have said.
The responsible regional court in Wiener Neustadt assumed that the men who had previously been considered harmless had been given the risk of escaping, collusion, perpetrating an offense or executing an offense. Formally, the investigation is ongoing towards terrorist groups. The case is being carried out as an interdiction, both law enforcement agencies and the Ministry of the Interior reacted cautiously to inquiries. What is certain is that the three suspects were in constant contact with one another via their cell phones, even though prison law prohibits cell phones and communication with the outside world should be impossible. According to the current investigation, the alleged accomplices should initially have helped the main suspect escape from prison. A fake Romanian passport in the name of the 24-year-old was seized from the 25-year-old.
Police try to calm fears
It is unclear to what extent the two were involved in the 24-year-old's terror plans. The attorneys for the alleged accomplices, Wolfgang Blaschitz and Florian Kreiner, assured that their clients had communicated with the prisoner, "but did not plan any crooked things," as Blaschitz emphasized. He represents the 25-year-old, who is known in the Viennese martial arts scene as a very successful MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) fighter. Like the 31-year-old, he has never harmed anyone, and acquaintances from the MMA scene described the athlete as "perfectly integrated" in conversation with the "press". For him, competitive sport was in the first place, he was a "normal believer". Kreiner, the lawyer, asserts that the 31-year-old, a family man, has "nothing to do with the whole thing". He was a Muslim, "but not radicalized.”
In any case, the central figure is said to be the 24-year-old, and he is anything but an unknown: he was twice convicted of organizing for terrorism (Section 278b of the Criminal Code). In October 2015, he was found guilty in Vienna after joining IS in the company of his mother in a wheelchair and his pregnant wife in Syria. The accused had been put under police control in Turkey and had been sent back to Austria. The young man - his wife appeared fully veiled in court, only when he nodded did she take off her face veil - was given two years of unconditional detention in his first trial. He was released prematurely after around 14 months, although it was announced that he had "missionized" prisoners in prison.
Shortly after his release, the Chechen wanted to go back to Syria, failed again and was again sentenced to two years in Korneuburg in October 2017. The 24-year-old has now been transferred to a maximum security prison.
The population had to, as a police spokesman told the "press" Monday evening, "not worry": The security concept for Vienna's Christmas markets, which has been in place for months, will not be changed. The risk situation has not changed. According to the police, authorities and organizers in Vienna are in constant contact, police officers in uniform and in civilian clothes are on duty - similarly in Salzburg: Christkindl markets or the city center where New Year's Eve is celebrated are also well secured with the previous measures.
Prison minister: Stepping up the radicalization work
Ramazan Demir, Honorary Chairman of Islamic Prison Counseling in Austria, worked as a pastor for eight years and wrote the book "Among Extremists: A Prison Counselor looks into the soul of radical Muslims". He points to the enormous importance of prevention and deradicalization in prisons. Because almost all assassins across Europe had been in prison and had been (further) radicalized there because they would equate Islam with violence without a stop or orientation and with a wrong understanding of religion.
It is all the more important to "support and educate these people" in cooperation with the state authorities and the Islamic community in Austria. To do this, more resources are needed, after all, there are around 2,000 Muslim prisoners in Austria.
Edit: 2,000 too many. Shouldn’t they be located somewhere to the east of the Danube?
(k.b./cim/win - "Die Presse" print edition from 17.12.2019)
Saturday, November 2, 2019
As reported by the Federal Police Inspectorate Stuttgart, two young people of Afghan and Iraqi nationality triggered a police operation at Ulm Central Station during the night from Wednesday to Thursday around 00:30. After the train attendant had called the federal police, the two had been seized and taken to the police station. It was then that a group of about five to eight people stormed the police station and free the two suspects.
First riding the train without a ticket, then insulting an official
The two foreign 16-year-olds were initially noticed by their aggressive behavior. A train attendant had to find out that the two in a regional express from Stuttgart to Ulm were traveling without a ticket. The train attendant then informed the Federal Police, who seized the two young people at Ulm Central Station and then on to the local police station.
They wanted to reach the parents of the two minors, but this did not succeed. So they tried to transfer the two to a youth center. As a result, the Iraqi began insulting the officials. He also made image and sound recordings of the federal police and sent these, according to the current investigation, probably to a friend (who then probably contacted others again, who then tried together to storm the area later).
Punching and kicking against the police a group tried to release prisoners in front of the police station
Now the Afghan tried to injure himself. Therefore, in order to prevent this, he had to be restrained. Here he resisted the police measures. He defended himself against the officers with punches and kicks.
In the meantime, a group of about five to eight people had gathered in front of the police station. This group was now trying to force its way into the police station, probably with the intention of freeing the two friends. The federal police were obviously unable to ward off the attack on their own and had to request reinforcements from the state police.
Not a single attacker caught, the Afghan is "known to police”
Only after the arrival of supporting patrols of the state police, the attackers fled towards the city center. Despite an exhaustive search, the police, federal and state police, were unable to seize even one of the attackers.
As part of the resistance action one of the federal police officers was injured in the knee. The Afghan youth, who fiercely resisted, beat and kicked after the officers grazed his lower lip. He was treated by rescue workers. The Afghan, although allegedly only 16 years old, is already "known to police". Due to his self-harming actions, he was subsequently taken to a specialist clinic.
The Iraqi was released immediately
The police have released the Iraqi after consultation with his guardians. So he was on the loose again. The Federal Police have now begun investigations into allegations of insult, resistance to law enforcement officials and the attempted release of prisoners (§ 120 StGB).
Whether any of the two immigrants from the Islamic culture will receive any significant punishment at all, and if so, to such an extent and in what severity that they will be able to associate this with their deeds at all and become such a painful experience that it causes them to understand their behavior and change their attitudes even minimally, remains to be seen.
What, if not five to eight, but 20 to 30 people had come?
What the federal police would have done if it had not been for five to eight people storming the police headquarters, but twenty to thirty, is hard to imagine. What the former President of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution Hans-Georg Maaßen says about immigrants from just this culture, you can read here.
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Sunday, September 15, 2019
Buda eliberata, thanksgiving on the occasion of the liberation of the Hungarian capital from Ottoman rule 333 years ago. In the background the equestrian statue of St. Stephen the First at the Fisherman's Bastion.
On 2 September 1686, 333 years ago, the Holy League was able to free the castle of Buda from the Turks.
Last week, on the day of the triumph, the Savior of Hungary, Blessed Pope Innocent XI, was born. At his monument in the castle district of the Hungarian capital, a wreath was laid down and in the Matthias Church, there, a Mass if thanksgiving was said. The monument to the Pope was built on the occasion of the 250th anniversary in gratitude for the liberation from the Turk on Andreas-Hess-Platz.
"Beyond military success, the reconquest of Buda has been an important milestone in the survival of our nation. Through this reminder, we want to emphasize that we, in the future, intend to continue to live our traditions and values and to protect them at all times. This is our shared responsibility. "These words were spoken by Alexandra Szalay-Bobrovniczky, deputy mayor of Budapest. In her speech she also referred to Bl. Innocent XI, who, in addition to the renewal of religious life of the Church, regarded the expulsion of the Muslim conquerors from Europe as his main task. For this purpose he used all his diplomatic powers and all his moral authority and organized a Europe-wide crusade.
Alexandra Szalay-Bobrovniczky in front of the monument of Pope Innocent XI.
Budapest Sr. Mayor in front of the Monument to Pope Innocent XI.
By the termination of the one and a half centuries of occupation, he earned himself immense merit. That's why he rightly deserves the title of "Savior of Hungary," as the Senior Mayor emphasized.
In his solemn speech, Mátyás Kéthelyi, President of the Actio Christiana and organizer of the memorial service, spoke of the importance of faith and mission as well as strength and unity. As he said, the liberators of Buda could give an example to today's Christians in these matters.
For if they had not had deep faith and consequent missionary awareness and had not overcome the division that sundered Europe at that time, they would not have been able to drive out the pagans who would still be in Budapest today.
At that time, Christians did not talk about dialogue. They knew that one could not oppose the heathen from the comfortable armchair, Kéthelyi added. He emphasized that at that time it was not simply a
Hungarian-Turkish war. It was a religious war, a fight against Islam. Therefore, beyond the triumphant victory over the conquerors, we must first of all be grateful to God and to the Blessed Virgin Mary, who have helped the Christian armies to victory, according to the President of Actio Christiana.
Mátyás Kéthelyi, the President of Actio Christiana, at his commemorative speech
After the wreath-laying a Pontifical High Mass of thanksgiving was sung in the traditional Rite, which followed in the spirit of that time and the model after the victory a procession of thanks for the Church.
Who is the Actio Christiana?
Actio Christiana is a Christian NGO whose goal is the revival and spread of Hungarian and Central European religious and Christian traditions and folk traditions.
These include on Palm Sunday, the revival a re-enactment of Jesus' entry into Jerusalem on the back of a donkey; the beer blessing on Florianitag in May; the memorial service described here in September in the castle district of Buda; the Gift of St. Martin parade with lanterns in November and the St. Nicholas parade in December, mainly in the city center of Budapest.
These traditions were not allowed during Communist rule for more than 40 years. Their revival is, therefore, possible only step by step.
Painting by Gyula of Benczur: "Reclaiming Buda" (1896)
The importance of reconquest
Hungary was in constant conflict with the expanding Ottoman Empire since the second half of the 14th century. In 1354, the Ottomans occupied the first bridgehead on European soil. From then on,
Christian Europe, which they tried to conquer and subjugate, pressed against it.
Matthias Church with the miraculously recovered Virgin Mary statue
Matthias Church with the then miraculously found statue of Mary with baby Jesus
However, in 1526, at the Battle of Mohács, the medieval kingdom of Hungary collapsed under the overwhelming weight of the Ottoman army. The Turks invaded the capital Buda in the same year, but left the city again. The center of the country came only in 1541, completely under Turkish rule, under which it would remain for the next 145 years.
The one and a half centuries of occupation by the Ottomans tore Hungary to pieces. The ongoing wars devastated the greater part of the country. The Muslim conquerors chained hundreds of thousands of Christians and enslaved them. Hundreds of thousands more died in a heroic death in battle or fell victim to the enemy's arson.
This depleted Hungary would not have been able to free itself from the shackles of the Ottoman Empire by itself. A European union was necessary.
Pontifical High Mass in thanksgiving for the liberation 333 years ago
Blessed Pope Innocent XI. It was a great effort to bring about this union in a Europe that had been
tormented and divided decades before by religious wars.
The strong belief of our ancestors and their resulting courageous attitude finally led to the victory of the Christian armies on 2 September 1686 at Buda. This triumph made it possible for Hungary, in the following ten years, to be completely liberated and become the protective bastion of Christendom.
Procession on 2 September 2019
Mattiaskirche: procession on 2 September 2019
As Blessed Innocent XI. received the news of the victory, he ordained the day of liberation in the Universal Church as the memorial day of St. King Stephen.
The pastor of the Christian armies, Blessed Marco d'Aviano, a Capuchin, celebrated Holy Mass on the day of victory that was followed by a procession with the Blessed Sacrament and the "Gunpowder Madonna" found under the rubble.
Since then, it is a tradition in Buda to celebrate the liberation from Mohamedan rule.
Image: Actio Christiana / Benedek Sás / Wikicommons / matyas-templom.hu (Screenshots)
Trans: Tancred email@example.com
Thursday, June 6, 2019
Edit: now the evil Gabriel will turn on the Pope.
"I'm devastated because I can not wait that long," said the 17-year-old.
"Euthanasia and assisted suicide are a defeat for all. The answer to which we are called is never to let the sufferer down, never to resign, but to accept with care and love, to give hope. "
"One wonders, on which planet this #Franziskus lives ... Go to a hospital, and look at some bodies - people are no longer - who vegetate uselessly under mad pain. To them, death is a true, only salvation. "
"Suffering for the sake of suffering?"
"Does that really fall under self-flagellation?"
"Like Mother Teresa? No thank you."
"And if hope is only death?"
"Who are you that you try to impose your masochism on others?"
"Every animal may be euthanized so that it does not have to suffer! And man as a thinking, sensitive being must suffer and vegetate? This is neither Christian nor human! Relatives who think otherwise are selfish & unfeeling. "
"Old man, you are a senile, senile old man and have no idea of real life!"
"Comrade Holy Father, are not you of the opinion that every human being must decide this question for themselves? So why are you denying people the opportunity? "
"And who cares about all abuse victims of the church Franzi?"
"Only everyone can make that decision for themselves, their decision must be respected by others. No ifs and buts."
"Jesus decided of his own free will to kill himself."
"Noa needed the only possible medicine: Jesus. The fact that she did not get this medicine is the fault of the world! "