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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Christianity, Islam and Atheism by William Kilpatrick

Fascist Islam on the march

by StFerdIII



Thomas Mann observed, “Tolerance becomes a crime when applied to evil.”

Christians are told that they must 'tolerate' all cults, cultures, belief systems and intellectual trash posing as 'science'. Tolerate the corrupted and intolerant. Inane. This leads nowhere except to destruction and extinction.

Kilpatrick's book should be read by every Catholic. Instead of tolerating cults, fascisms, and totalitarian mindsets, you must oppose them. If you don't have confidence in yourself, your culture, your history, your superiority and your righteousness; other belief systems will simply kill you off and throw you away. Kilpatrick addresses the intolerant cults of Islam which he rightly describes as a political project; and the insipid, immoral gibberish put forward by babbling atheists. Neither cult needs to be tolerated.

Western enablers are funding, energizing and expanding Islam at home and abroad. Viewed from the 30.000 foot level, this policy set is a long march to destruction. The tyranny of tolerance, 'nice', and 'relativism' will lead to gas chambers, mass executions, oppression and strutting fascism. That is a simply a historical fact.

As Kilpatrick writes, Islam hates Christianity:

Islam rejects Christ and requires its faithful to work toward the eventual subjugation of Christians..”

Christians and their faith are being effaced throughout the Moslem world:

Christians in many predominately Muslim regions now live in a nightmare world of beatings, abductions, rape, imprisonment, torture, looting of shops, and burning of churches.”

Murders of Christians in the thousands and even tens of thousands in Asia and Africa have been met with indifference, while the slightest insults to Islam—a mild cartoon, a misnamed teddy bear—have produced abject apologies and immediate concessions.”

Christians, many Catholics, most of the Vatican and Church leadership are clueless about Islam:

My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge”, said the prophet Hosea (Hos 4:6). Western lack of knowledge about Islam is not the only reason Christians in the East are being destroyed, but it is a contributing factor.”

The modern world is premised on Western Christianity which developed every single aspect of our current existence from morality, to science and technology:

...two Enlightenments: the Enlightenment that was nourished by Christianity and the Enlightenment that cut itself off from God. The former led to the American Revolution, the Declaration of Independence, the abolition of slavery, and the civil rights movement. The latter led to the French Revolution, the Reign of Terror, the suppression of church by state, and the godless philosophies of Marx and Nietzsche and their offspring—National Socialism and communism. More recently the abandonment of God has led to the regime of cultural relativism that regards rights as arbitrary constructs.”

...human dignity, rights, and freedoms is an outgrowth of Christianity. There has been no similar, lasting development in Islamic societies.”

Islam offers nothing in the areas of civilizational development and civilization will only survive, deepen and expand in spite of the Meccan cult; not because of it.

For Western Marxists, politicians and the chattering media, there is nothing to fear. There is no 'tidal wave' of Moslems to quote an insipid book by a Canadian relativist. In Canada in 1970 there were no mosques. Now there are a mere 2000. What tidal wave ?

Muslims in Europe has grown from 29.6 million in 1990 to 44.1 million in 2010 and is projected to exceed 58 million by 2030.”

The intolerant cult of Mecca is crashing into the effeminate, limp-wristed secular-atheist non-culture now prevalent in the West. Any bets on who might win ?



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