Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Pay attention, Mr Putin: Europe deserves destruction, according to writer Gideon Rachman
Certain types of men, always in a mood for revenge and revolution, as Russia once learned a hundred years ago to its cost in lives and treasure, must have been reading Hilaire Belloc very carefully. "The Faith is Europe and Europe is the Faith", so goes Belloc's famous statement and warning. Noting that, Tribal billionaires like George Soros have been busy facilitating the shoving into Europe of hordes of people, some legitimately trying to escape the horrors of the wars inflicted on their country (by the co-religionists of Mr Soros using their Washington, London and Paris poodles) and some coming for more nefarious reasons.
A decidedly arrogant writer for the Financial Times Gideon Rachman tells Europeans to "get used to it". http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/01/12/financial-times-mass-immigration-is-here-to-stay-we-should-learn-to-accept-it/
How nice. Very sweet of them to tell us to "get used to it", that these things are "unstoppable". The Gideon Rachmans of this world certainly aren't arrogance-challenged.
Is the destruction of Europe being centrally planned? Of course it is. And the reason for this is as simple as possible: the revenge against and elimination of Catholicism in the Europe where it built civilization.
Why do I think Vladimir Putin should pay attention to this? Two reasons come to mind. First - and contrary to the hilarious meme being promoted worldwide by Christendom's enemies that Russia wants to subjugate other nations again like in the old Commie days - his actions tell this writer clearly that he is concerned about the destruction of Europe as Europe. Russians consider themselves Europeans after all.
Secondly, Mr Putin is seemingly being far too benign to the destroyers of Europe. I say "seemingly" because certain recent actions taken by the Russian Federation give the impression that they are unconcerned that they are shooting themselves in the foot. Russia's coming to the aid of dying Syria is admirable, as is the restraint they have shown over the orchestrated coup in Ukraine, as is, indeed, the restraint shown after the unbalanced dictator in Turkey shot down a Russian plane over Syrian airspace. All this shows a herculean prudence which has brought them much goodwill.. But that will all be undone unless Russia begins to get serious about the real forces allayed against it.
I am not of necessarily implying that Russia is the savior of the world but I do note that the Blessed Virgin Mary has made it quite clear that a great good will one day come out of that country. We would be foolish to ignore what she says, as we lap up the anti-Russian propaganda being shoved in our faces by the forces of chaos.
Mr Rachman fantasizes often about the "new world order" he wishes upon the world. I can well imagine the type Rachman has in mind.
Take note, Mr Putin.