Monday, April 15, 2019

Jews and Muslims Can Scarcely Conceal Their Delight at Notre Dame Fire

Edit: here they are, rejoicing that the Cathedral is burning. The nice thing is that Twitter gave them the opportunity to publish their malicious glee, noticed here by Mahound’s Paradise:






Edit: and this... Poetic effort:


Edit: While Ben Shapiro intones tired cliches about Judeo-Christian Civilization, these Jewish Communists find this as an occasion to reassert their victim status and lecture contemporaries, most of whom have been conditioned to roll over and surrender in the face of such overgeneralized historical factoids like these:

It’s times like these that should remind us that the Crusades were carried out with legitimate cause to defend against these people who are truly a scourge of God sent to punish us for our sins.




Edit: they just can’t shut up, and always want to push a little more:





AMDG

15 comments:

JBQ said...

As Bill Clinton said so well, "it all depends on what the meaning of 'is' is". Jews and Muslims are not the only groups who "rejoiced". The Masonic new world order "jumped up and down" and this included the "gay establishment" in the U.S. Churches are obsolete for the new Church of action espoused by our hopefully erstwhile Argentinian leader. ---There is a new one world religion emerging of which Jews and Muslims are only one element. Malachi Martin prophesied this entire scenario. He read the Third Secret in the original Portuguese of Sister Lucy. His books used what he knew about prophesy to weave a tale which was called faction. ----His final book was in the works and was already titled. "How the Roman Catholic Church became a creature of the new world order". I have to wonder if there is a transcript hidden away somewhere. It could have been in his papers and hidden by the woman who took over his life in his illness.

Clinton R. said...

This is not unlike the Jews and Romans jeering at Christ on the Cross.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I have also read the leftist sarcasm about the fire in various social comments. I also noticed how some MSM emphasized its architectural significance while avoiding mention of it being a Catholic Church. Subliminally it seemed they were saddened by the loss of a building, but wished religion would just disappear.

Anonymous said...

Antisemitism is the surest mark of an odious person. Your Jew hatred disgusts me.

Tancred said...

Your childish lack of rationality and effeminacy is disgusting.

Blotto said...

I've heard references to Notre Dame as a medieval masterpiece, an architectural wonder, a monument, a cultural treasure and an emotional symbol of France - anything to avoid mention of the reason why it was actually built in the first place. It would be comical were it not for the soul-destroying indifference and indeed antipathy towards Christianity revealed by these verbal gymnastics.

Anonymous said...

9:00AM

Take your semitic whining somewhere else.
Your kind own the internet. Take your nonsense to another part of it...and then flush.

Anonymous said...

Personally, I have nothing against Jewish people. Most of the people on the street I used to live with my Mom and Dad are Jewish (60% Jewish, 30% Catholic, 10% mix of Protestants). They were always nice to our family. One of my brothers, who has hyperglycemia(low blood sugar), was often having blood problems as a kid, which included fainting, and even mini-seizures. He had one one day in our yard, when no one was home . Our neighbor saw it happen, called 911, sat with him until they came, called my Mom,Dad, and another brother and myself, and went with him to the hospital in the ER until we all arrived. I went to their Passover dinners many times. They let us use their summer home in Avalon, NJ for a month every year when we were small, at no charge....though my Dad insisted on paying something substantial.
I've had many Jewish friends. I've studies Judaism. And though I admit that the more Orthodox and the Hasidic are very much anti-Catholic, the Conservative branch and especially the Reformed are not. If I had a choice, I would be born Jewish over Protestant any day.
I have never heard of Jews instigating wars, engage in terrorism, torture or behead people, or go around the world setting off bombs or plowing into crowds with trucks or buses. Everyone knows who I mean. Nor do Jews wherever they live around the world, live and dress like they are still in the 4th century.
I know that Jews have a bad reputation with regards to business and economics, that they have meddled in politics and supported revolutionary (socialist/communist) movements. I know they have supported secularist governments which have persecuted the Catholic Church. I know they support the Masons. But I don't hate Jews. Not only because of the kindness done to me and my family. But also because of the Holocaust. No group should have suffered or deserves that....even Muslims don't.
I think Muslims are becoming the new "Jews" of Europe....people to be outcast and hated. The Jews reputation of that dates from the Middle Ages. The Muslim reputation for being hated is only a few decades old....and after Notre Dame, will get much worse...even if they didn't do it....which is a big stretch of the imagination to think they didn't.
Despite their bad reputation built up over the centuries, Jews didn't deserve the hate and persecution they got...and still do get.
The same can't be said for Muslims. They deserve what they get. Here in the USA and in Europe. Their reputation as terrorists etc. is impossible to ignore or erase.
They deserve no better.

Damian Malliapalli

But unlike the

Tancred said...

Where are Jews persecuted? Everywhere, they are protected by onerous laws that virtually destroy even those who merely criticize them.

Reform Jews aren’t anti-Catholic? You’re out of your mind.

Anonymous said...

Jews are persecuted in the small remnant communities in predominantly Muslim countries. Big surprise.
They are hated in France, and in Germany, Poland, and Russia. Those feelings date way back to Medieval times, and are perpetuated generation after generation. Jews are hated in many Latin American countries were there are large communities (Brazil, Peru, and especially Bergoglio's own Argentina). Jews used to be outcasts in Great Britian. There are practically none in Ireland, and never have been many.
Until the 1920's-1930s, Jews were pretty much shut out of many sections of society in the USA,as well as business and in higher education. Some colleges (Harvard, Yale,Princeton etc.) either shut them out, or had a quota of how many Jews or Catholics could be admitted. Some Jews went to Catholic colleges because they couldn't get into state sponsored or Ivy League schools.
So, while bigotry towards Jews is a lot less here in the USA, it's pretty bad in France,Poland,Germany, Arab countries and Latin America.
Muslims in the USA are subjected to a lot of the hate the Jews used to get. But then again, they deserve it.

Damian Malliapalli

Anonymous said...

Not to defend Jews too much, but the Bettencourt-Meyers family in France, among the wealthiest families in France (owners of the L'Oreal company and products) have pledged over 200 million to help rebuild Notre Dame.

Anyone heard from any Muslims contributing? No. And I'll bet you won't either. One of their big mosques caught fire in Jerusalem Monday also. Too bad. But compared to Notre Dame, it was noting.

Damian Malliapalli

Tancred said...

It’s an investment and they can demand that “anti-Semitic” aspects of the cathedral and other “problematic” aspects of it can be excluded in the wreckovation.

Anonymous said...

It'll take a year to clean up, stabilize the remaining part of the building, hire the contractors, etc. They already have the funds. But By the time they get building again, I bet Pope Francis is gone.

Damian Malliapalli

Repent said...

These people and their opinions you present here are individuals. To blatantly paint all Jews and Muslims because of these individuals is wrong and quite sinful.

Anonymous said...

Paint all Muslims in this way, that's honest.

But don't blame the Jews. It's all Ilhan Omar's peoples actions of terror we remember. But she and they are portrayed as victims?! Nope.

Damian Malliapalli

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