Skip to comments.France: Muslims enter church, throw rocks during mass
Posted on 05/29/2012 1:54:38 AM PDT by markomalley
I picked this up from the blog Etheldredas Place of frequent commentator here, Supertradmom.
You know, these days there just arent enough girls being named Etheldreda.
In any event, take a look at this, which I lifted from the aforementioned. Go visit there, too:
Pay attention Christians in Franceyou voted for this
[...] France: Muslims stone Christians in church during mass
No one will take much note of this. It is just one story among the thousands that together tell the tale of Frances decline and Islamization. Eurabia Update: [Eurabia was not coined by the provocative Oriana Fallaci, but she popularized the term...] Here is my translation of Carcassonne Des fidèles caillassés pendant la messe à Saint-Joseph, by Yannick Bonnefoy in Midi Libre, May 27 (thanks to David):
Carcassonne: The faithful stoned during Mass at St. Joseph
Yesterday at 6:20PM, as Fr. Roger Barthes began to celebrate mass, four youths, aged 14 to 18, broke into the Church of St. Joseph, before launching handfuls of pebbles at 150 faithful present at the service. Immediately, men began pursuing the young troublemakers, but in vain. They managed to vanish into thin air, heading towards the city La Conte.
Interrupted by regrettable unexpected event, Mass was finally able to proceed as planned. Although no one was injured and nothing was broken in the church, located along the Avenue Jean Moulin, the parishioners, many of whom are elderly, were greatly shocked by the disrespectful act of the youths of North African origin .
and from a comment on the website, North African originread, Muslim.
Carcassonne has been under Muslim conquest before. In 725, the Wali Ambisa took the city following the Islamic conquest of the Visigoth kingdom of Spain. The city remained in the hands of Muslims until 752, when it was freed by the Franks led by Pippin the Short.
Can you imagine the crazy hell that would break loose if some Christian kids had thrown rocks at Muslims in a mosque during prayer?
But Father! But Father!, some of you Fishwrapers are saying, Pebbles? Really? You are going to make a big deal about young people throwing pebbles? Muslims stone Christians? Really? Exaggeration!
When someone has rocks thrown at her, she is being stoned. Pebbles are rocks. Young people grow up. When they do, they can throw grown up rocks.
If these little darlings are willing to go into a church to do this, and not even just stand outside before or after Mass, they are already well on the way to being radicalized. A young person, impressionable, passionate, these days often dumb, can be convinced by someone to press a button.
Most liberals dont get what is happening in some parts of Europe. There are areas of some cities where the police will no longer go without serious, practically military, support.
Sts. Nunilo and Alodia, pray for us.
The original article (in French) is here.
That wouldn’t happen in my Church, here, as XX% of us CCW every Sunday; me, especially, after once being robbed and shot in ‘74. It won’t happen (being a victim) a second time. Castle Doctrine also prevails in Church, against violent aggressors. We don’t pray to “St. Skittles”, either.
Just a few “youths” of North African origin tossing a few pebbles for fun. /sarc
Didn’t vanish into thin air, but could evidently be watched running off to their warren. A hot pursuit by .45 slugs, slow though they are, would probably have caught them.
1050fps will do it, very nicely:
So the feral muzzie yout’s attacked this Catholic church SPECIFICALLY because it enshrines the memory of two Christians martyred by Islam?
Don’t rule it out. Muzzies have all the IT tools at their disposal and have surely targeted particular churches.
Some pastor in this country needs to provoke a similar muzzie attack by denouncing Islam on his church webpage. When the ROPers show up, the “infidels” bust a few heads.
Look to see more of this until the worm turns and neo-fascists are voted into power. Maybe a year or two more.
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