Friday, 28 December 2007

Battle for God market heats up

The battle for the God market (see this also) heats up as the Catholic Church gingerly migrates from dhimmi status. This has become particularly noticeable since Pope ‘Ben’ became CEO (his experience in the Hitler Youth must have shown him how malevolent ideologies can easily gain sway over a lobotomized public).

Cardinal Karl Lehmann, head of the German bishops' conference, has demanded that “if Muslims can built mosques in Europe, I should be able to hold a mass in Saudi Arabia.”

Some chance. For instance Saudi Airlines helpfully points out to intending visitors that “items and articles belonging to religions other than Islam are prohibited. These may include Bibles, crucifixes, statues, carvings, items with religious symbols such as the Star of David, and others”.

You literally risk your life if you’re too Christian in that hell-hole. As for being Jewish…..

"There's an upheaval in the church's attitude," Dominique Quinio, Editor of France Catholic newspaper La Croix. "Traditionally, the church minimized Christians' difficulties in the Middle East. Some of that had to do with solidarity with the Palestinians, and partly with old notions that keeping quiet left the Christian presence intact.” But with the already small Christian population in Islamic countries already in freefall, the Vatican is fighting back.

All this is good news if it translates into greater awareness of the threat from The Beast, and makes Muslim immigration to the West less attractive. One particularly positive observation was made by Vatican Customer Relations Manager Archbishop Giovanni Lajolo, who noted "we know very well that radical Islam exploits anything that it interprets as a sign of weakness”.

Well done! Is reality dawning?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dont attack the Church. We're all in this together.

SAVANT said...

Savant says what must be said!

Daisy said...

It's been dawning for a while now and they haven't done anything. Didn't this happen a while back? Last year maybe?? I could be wrong, but I don't think so, and what have they done? Nothing. Did they confront Islam, or try to build their christian churches in muslim lands?

It's all hot air.

SAVANT said...

Could be right, it's all hot air. Wonder what the Saudis would say if directly confronted with this? Mind you, that would never happen of course.

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Anonymous said...

"items and articles belonging to religions other than Islam are prohibited. These may include Bibles, crucifixes, statues, carvings, items with religious symbols such as the Star of David, and others”.

Thats in saudi as you say. But here in dhimmiland, Muslims demand, and get, all sorts of special treatment. Dont have to handle pork or drink in shops, 'offended' by the crib etc. Drives me bloody mad.

Anonymous said...

Me too. Why the hell aren't Muslims directly confronted with this?