Is a Religious War in Europe Imminent?

From Vigileaks – Re-Blogged From http://www.iPatriot.com

Over the weekend, several people in France were taken into custody because of involvement in planned terrorist attacks in Paris. The intelligence communities in Europe, Israel and in the United States received tremendous amounts of warnings regarding imminent threats on cities in western Europe that are targets before the Christmas season, during the Christmas season, and right into the New Year!

We aren’t just talking about an isolated terror attack, we’re talking about the injection of millions of new Muslims in Europe. We’re talking about a religious war in Europe right now. The State Dept. just issued a warning either not to go to those places or to exercise extreme caution! This impending Religious War is ignored by mainstream media! Now is the time to forewarn friends, family, armed forces personnel, embassy workers, educators and contacts in Europe!

The targets are the Christmas markets in the European cities. Markets where they sell Christmas trinkets and Christmas ornaments, frequented by children and elderly. And where they sell Christmas punch, the warm alcoholic beverages to which Europeans are traditionally accustomed.

“We’re bracing toward something very, very big,” reveals researcher Amir Tsarfati. “Some of the security agencies already approached the merchants in those markets and asked they please try to hide crosses and figures of Jesus and maybe those Nativity sets, because that offends the Muslims. Even the drinking of the alcohol punch is going to offend them.”  Statues surrounding and within Europe’s churches, religious and cultural heritage sites, are also at risk!

It’s not just a terror attack. It’s something much bigger. We see something extraordinary in Europe right now. It’s a religious war. A flood of Muslim immigrants, the high Muslim birth rate, the proxy role to de-stabilize and de-nationalize for globalists, and an obsessive quest for an Islamic Eurabia contribute to this arising Religious War!

Muslim institutions are taking over in Europe what used to be Christian, reports Tsarfati. In the Netherlands, in just one county, out of 270 churches, 250 are now either active mosques or are shut down. The fact that churches are turning into mosques has occurred in history many, many times and now we see it again!

In Manchester, England, we see Methodist and Anglican churches desecrated into mosques! Marseilles, France, already has 73 mosques so far! This is all just the beginning of a very, very aggressive way of the Muslim presence in Europe.

“Two vectors are operating right now in Europe,” warns Tsarfati. “We see the very strong Islamic vector and a very strong liberal vector. The Islamic vector wants to impose its religion in Europe. The liberal vector wants to erase its religion from Europe, saying Christianity shouldn’t be emphasized. Indeed, in Norway they are thinking about removing their cross from the flag. The neo-liberals want to destroy all religious symbols – while the very strong Islamic presence is taking over.” That is a recipe for a weak Europe as judicial supremacists in Europe want to get rid of all religious symbolism, as enemies of both Islam and Christianity.

Again, what is happening now in Europe is so big that security agencies already approached merchants in markets of European cities and asked they “Please try to hide crosses and figures of Jesus and maybe those Nativity sets, because that offends the Muslims.” The Moor’s return to make ruins of the Christian faith is at hand!

Cruelly demonstrated through the centuries and now in the 21st century, all Muslims are iconoclasts. To them –  as Islam aggressively threatens and imposes its will against traditional Christians of all ages – religious imagery of God, Christ, saint, or even crosses are idolatrous and assumed to contradict God’s command against “making graven images.” But Muslims overlook God’s commanding Moses to make religious statues in Exodus.

For many centuries up to today, traditional Christians insist: “We don’t worship statues or icons. We venerate them, just as we venerate the flag of our nation or a photo of our parents.” Saint John of Damascus stated that rejecting icons of Christ was a rejection of his humanity. It was a form of the Monophysite heresy. To have right theology, one needs images of the humanity of Christ.  Over a billion Christians wholeheartedly believe this.

Catholic and Orthodox Christianity celebrates theology and devotion through art, though wrongly accused of “idolatry.” Their veneration (not adoration) of holy images is solidly based in the Christology of the early Church. The Council of Nicea II in 787 AD validated the veneration (not adoration or worship) of artistic images.

But unlike the Beatles, aggressive Islam now in Europe refuses to sing “Let It Be.” Rather, as major security agencies now warn across Europe, a major Religious War across Europe is imminent and only days away. It is a cowardly Islamic strategy – to destroy and steal European property and land – intended before President-elect Trump is sworn into office in January, 2017.

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6 thoughts on “Is a Religious War in Europe Imminent?

  1. Are you not a little bit exaggerating?

    I do know lots of people do not like those, like us who have our hope set on the Promised Land of God. Many Jews are bullied by so called Christians, who also call the ones who follow Muhammad, from the devil and try to spread hate between Christians, Muslims, Zionists, Palestinians and Israeli. But I think in West Europe the majority of educated people know that we should go for a multicultural environment and that the migration is often exaggerated plus that such influx of new people is also necessary to balance the ageing local population.

    Though the capitalist world should come to see it has ot do something to get the wealth in balance and to have the global warming stopping so that all-together economical and ecological refugees can find themself cared for in their own regions so that they do not have to flee war zones, poverty stricken parts of the country nor dry of flooded places where there is no food enough for everybody.

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    • Hi Immanuel. With the understanding that I didn’t author this article (I re-blogged it), I’ll try to answer the many points you’ve raised.

      1. I agree that multiculturalism is a good thing, but I’m not willing to import people who want me dead, or at least subjugated. I’d welcome anyone of any belief who wants to share and enhance my culture, but not someone who wants to end my freedom. BTW, don’t mistake the lack of reporting for a lack of incidents.

      2. Balancing an aging population: This is a fallacy. Any Economy short on labor will generate technology to ‘alleviate’ the shortage. Here in the US, an artificial shortage of labor (at a price allowing some restaurants to stay in business) has been created by the Minimum Wage increases. We can argue the merits of the hikes, but the effects have been easy to see – many restaurants (especially chain fast food places) have increased automation. Viewed from one direction, jobs have disappeared, but from the other side, the shortage of labor has been filled. At the same time, imports and exports have allowed jobs to be filled elsewhere to allow a local supply of goods and services. So again, for ‘balancing population’ for the Economy, if it ever made sense, it no longer is required.

      3. Getting wealth in balance: I favor allowing everyone to get rich – I’m not in favor of some tyrant redistributing what I’ve worked very hard for. If you’re poor, I can see how the promise of socialism – stealing from the rich to give to you – can be appealing. What I can’t see is how anyone who wants to force redistribution of wealth can have ANY claim to being an ethical person. At the same time, everywhere you look, poverty is caused by laws preventing people from enjoying the fruits of their labors. (In lawless areas, the rules of those in charge eg ISIS are the equivalent of those stupid laws.)

      4. Global warming: Just because large segments of the western population have become adherents of the religion of global warming (now called Climate Change) doesn’t mean that the coming catastrophe they fear is real. Climate changes – always has, always will. CO2 rise & fall follows temperature ups & downs at every time scale. The models are crap – just as the IPCC said in the TAR (I think) – ‘Climate is a non-linear, chaotic system which cannot be forecast with any reasonable level of accuracy.’ The weather stations never were set up to measure climate – only whether to wear a jacket or take an umbrella (see http://www.surfacestations.org). The raw data goes through QA to fix obvious mistakes – and then, they are adjusted multiple times to make it appear that the recent uptrend is greater than it actually is – 5 major adjustments in a 6 year period. (A recent study showed that the adjustments account for about half the supposed trend.) ClimateGate gave us an inside view of the manipulations of the Journals and education in the climate industry. Fossil fuels & nuclear have been demonized and slapped with over-regulation and other costs, while solar, wind, and EVs are heavily subsidized. And, show me just one, single, solitary climate refugee – there ain’t any! Meanwhile, the earth is greening from the higher CO2 level, and excess deaths from cold are down about 10 times the rise in excess heat caused deaths.

      5. War zones: While war has been an evil going back to the days of the Pharoahs, the current variety is occurring mainly in islamic controlled/influenced areas, and that mostly is one sect trying to subjugate and kill off another sect. I don’t have a clue how to solve this. If you have a suggestion beyond just killing off everybody on both sides, let’s hear it. (I don’t want to import radicals from either side.)

      6. Starving people: As Sam Kinison said, ‘If people don’t have enough food, you need to make more food. If people are living in the desert, they should move to where the food is.’ But if refugees want the benefits of the place they want to move to, they need to be willing to change their ways – their beliefs – to assimilate in the host country. Of course, with modern technology, they can stay where they are and grow enough food, but only if they can end the religious wars and stupid regulations and socialism afflicting their home countries.

      (I think it’s time for me to get off my soapbox.)

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      • Thank you very much for your honest reply.

        On the matter of people going to live some where else, to find a better living, and totally agree that it are they who shall have to accept the way of living of the places they want to sojourn, and if they do not like it they should not go to those places to live. Every person taking refuge or going to live somewhere else has to adapt him to the place where he is going to live, and not the other way round.

        On the ecological matter I do agree that the world always has gone through periods of change and that we have to be aware of the ecological circle, which is too often overlooked. Though concerning the way of living where we live we always should remember we are only residents for some limited time, and that others shall have to stay in those places where we lived. We have the earth in loan and do not own it. As visitors on this planet we should respect it and take care of it. That is our duty. And we may not be so selfish that we over use certain things or leave the garbage to clear up for those who come after us.

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      • If you’d like to act as if you are a visitor on your home planet earth, that is your right. Just don’t expect me and many other people to share your views. And, don’t try to force your views on me through the power of government.

        You may want to read Indur Goklany’s book, ‘The Improving State of our World.’ It shows rather nicely that, once a society has generated enough wealth that most people can provide food, shelter, and clothing for themselves, then the people naturally turn to other ways to improve their standards of living, like reducing pollution and recycling. So, if we’d like to fight for Gaia, the easiest and most effective way is to get rid of all those stupid, economy killing regulations and high tax rates. Rich people are Gaia conserving people.

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