Christendom fought off Islam for 14 centuries. Much of the Christian world was lost to savagery, including the great civilizations that formerly thrived in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt and Syria, as well as a large part of the Greek world. But those victories for Muslims did not come cheaply. Many died valiantly defending civilization. Finally Islam was turned back by Charles Martel in France and at the Gates of Vienna. Until we succumbed to moonbattery:
A German evangelical priest has offered his parish church up to become migrant housing, but will be stripping out most of the fittings to ensure their comfort – including all symbols of Christianity.
Father Joachim Deterding, parish priest of the evangelical Königshardt-Schmachtendorf church in Oberhausen, western Germany offered his church to the city authorities this week, a suggestion they accepted “gladly”, reports der Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung. …
As well as clearing out pews, the altar, and the pulpit to make space for beds and kitchens, the church is also clearing out Christian symbols. This move has been calculated to make the migrants feel more welcome in their new home, reports The Express.
It isn’t just Germany…
Former churches, monasteries, and vicarages were turned over by Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, the Archbishop of Vienna to predominantly Muslim economic migrants for their comfort. The Cardinal, who has been tipped to be the next pope, told other Catholic congregations in Austria that he expected them to do the same with their buildings.
Elsewhere in Eurabia,
Breitbart London reported in October on the world’s first openly lesbian bishop, Eva Brunne of Stockholm when she ordered a church in the dockyards of her city to remove crosses, make space for prayer mats, and mark the direction to Mecca.
Fortunately Brunne has no authority over that particular church.
By now the Muslim invaders must be experiencing an uneasy feeling that it couldn’t possibly be this easy. Maybe it won’t be. Europeans have shown a lot of character over the past two millennia. There is still time for it to reassert itself — although that time is running out.