Tuesday, September 19, 2006

The Church – Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?

This hard-hitting peice from The Burssels Journal is a must read. It is also important for every person to clearly understand the concept of Dhimmitude, many bloggers take for granted that people understand the basics of this struggle when in fact most folks havent even reached first base in truly understanding the nature of the threat:

Our Western “moral and ethical values” are profoundly influenced by Judeo-Christian thinking. Will our openness to outsiders, our democratic system and our Christian compassion, precisely the values that we cherish the most, render the West incapable of withstanding Jihad? A good Christian has to turn the other cheek and love his enemies. How are we to reconcile this with the reality that Muslims regard this as a sign of weakness? And how can we fight sharia when bishops and church leaders are the first to call for a “compassionate” immigration policy that allows masses of Muslims to settle here?

Christians need to understand that there can be no peace or understanding with the Islamic world. They want to subdue us, pure and simple [not a question of will, but means]. Church leaders of all denominations, Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox, must stop stabbing Israel in the back and campaigning for a de facto open borders policy while Muslims are threatening to swamp our lands. Yes, Christianity teaches compassion, but it also teaches identifying evil and standing up to it. At the end of the day, the Church must decide whether, in the defense of civilization, it wants to be a part of the problem or a part of the solution.

Benedict the Brave
Ahmadinejad: The worm in the Apple
Sweden turns right
US preparing to get tough with Iran
Iran's prez skips chance to razz Bush
Thai army chief leads coup
Stoning Women to Death: Iran's Cheif Comes to the UN
Frum's Diary: Sep. 19, 2006: The UN Speech
Muslims Prove Papal Infallibility

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please keep it clean. Comments do not reflect the opinion of this blog and are the sole opinion of the commenter. We reserve the right to delete any comment for any reason. Of course, opposing views are welcomed.

Auto-flagged and monitored IP addresses:
Teksavvy - IP 76.10.141, Onterio, Canada.
Charter Communications - IP 68.188.68. Ballwin, Missouri