Skip to comments.Vandalism at famed French basilica
Posted on 03/20/2014 3:18:27 AM PDT by markomalley
Anarchists defaced Sacré-Cur Basilica in Paris with graffiti, according to French media reports.
The graffiti, which denounced God and authority and called for the burning of chapels, was discovered on March 19.
The French interior minister and other politicians condemned the vandalism.
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OMG....the world has gone mad.
I visited there in January. What a shame.
Morons who do this should be summarily shot when apprehended.
So, denouncing “God” and burning “chapels” and no mention of possible group(s) that may be involved.
So I take that to mean MUSLIMS
They said "anarchists"
Ever read the words while one speaks ?
They speak different from what they spell .... anarchist = muslim,
Those are distinctly non-Muslim words painted there.
"Ni Dieu, ni maître, ni Etat" (neither God, nor master, nor State)
"A bas toute autorité" (down with all authority)
"Feu aux chapelles" (Burn all churches)
Those sound like things you'd see scrawled in downtown Seattle after a G-8 meeting...
Now, I'll grant, they could be Muslims that were pretending to be anarchists for the purpose of taqqiya...
But, frankly, if it was Muslims, they'd have bombed the church and then made an announcement declaring the Islamic Republic of Francistan...or the like.
“Morons who do this should be summarily shot when apprehended.”
AFTER they clean up the graffiti.
Still ... I've tried to read the French that one is speaking and the way it's printed is difficult (to me) to match to the vocal sound.
You mean like...ENGLISH???? LOL.
(Why do there, their, they're sound exactly alike when they're(!) spelled differently? Etc. etc.)
Church-going seems to fade sometimes with the fat/happy people who FORGET where their bounty comes from.
As I've gotten older I have become more grateful for God's generous bounty. Of course, I was TAUGHT about gratitude.
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