Cucktianity: An Evil Force of Racism
THE REVIVAL of nationalist sanity in Europe will hopefully be enough to save our ancestral homelands from the controlled Jewish demolition. For years, a combination of kosher communist spiritual poison within and invasion by worthless and dangerous inferiors from without has devastated White homelands in the crowning achievement of the disastrous Jewish century. Now, in places like Italy, the long road back to restored and healthy White nations has begun. It will be a difficult struggle, opposed every step of the way by international Semitic money thugs and useful idiots still hoping to score imaginary virtue points with an alien outsider who is no longer ascendant.
For an example of the sickening Gentile auxiliary deployed by the nation-wrecker, look no further than the cuck-o-lick church, where sodomite pedophiles are rushing forward to prevent the restoration of our people. The Jewish evil wraps itself in White robes, puffs up with sanctimony and “How absolutely dare you!” dramatics and tries to push us back into the mass grave that was dug with a chosenite shovel. We’re not interested.
Gianfranco Formenton, a priest in Italy’s central Umbria region who has long preached against racism and in support of migrants, knows what it is like to clash with Matteo Salvini, the recently installed interior minister and leader of the far-right League party.
The enemy within. A weak, debased and gelded coward plays dress-up and calls for more White genocide. We need a lot more enemygrants, it’s what jewsus crast or whatever he was called would have wanted. Suicide as a sacrament, rape as a virtue, national death as the ongoing sacrifice for your “sins.” This is my nation, which must be sacrificed on Ba’al’s altar because you said a bad word, once.
In response to the party’s xenophobic rhetoric in 2015 – the year more than a million migrants arrived in Europe and 150,000 landed on Italy’s southern shores – he put a sign up on the door of his church in San Martino di Trignano, a hamlet of the town of Spoleto, saying: “Racists are forbidden from entering. Go home!”
I know it’s hard to believe, but some evil Italian “xenophobes” weren’t thrilled when six figures worth of evolutionary dead-ends washed up on the local beach, eager to destroy a country too weak to prevent their invasion. You’re not allowed to join my minuscule and rapidly eroding congregation, you “racist.” What a hero I am, standing up for the dark alien and the moon cultist. As I perform the Latin magic show for three deaf octogenarians, a guy that might be the janitor, and Muhammad, who enjoys abusing himself in the pews, I know I made the right decision.
He immediately bore the wrath of Salvini, who wrote on Twitter: “Perhaps the priest prefers smugglers, slaveholders and terrorists? Pity Spoleto and this church if this man [calls himself] a priest.”
Fr Formenton is also believed to have been the target of intimidation by far-right sympathisers when his rectory and home were ransacked.
But they are struggling to convince parishioners to welcome migrants, amid mounting adulation of Salvini, a Catholic who reportedly attends mass.
“We have a population that wants blessings from the church, processions and religious rites, but every time Pope Francis recalls migrants or the poor, they no longer listen,” Formenton told the Guardian.
“There is an evil force of racism, and Salvini has contributed to this. He’s been a magician in cultivating hate and manipulating anger. People of all ages have become racist because of the climate we’re living in.”
“Can they go to mass each Sunday and ignore the drama that is happening in front of their eyes?” said Delpini.
In the few days since Salvini’s speech, more than 200 migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean. Cosimo Scordato, a priest at Saint Francesco church in Ballarò, a neighbourhood of Palermo and home to many migrants recently arrived in Sicily, compared Salvini’s use of religious imagery to that deployed by Mafia bosses.
“Mobsters believe themselves to be sort-of spokesmen of Christian values, they feel protected by the church and want to show people they have God on their side.”
Scordato said he recently wrote a letter to Salvini encouraging him to see migrants as an opportunity in a country with a low birth rate and aging population. He got no reply.
Fr Enzo Volpe, a Salesian priest in Palermo, said Christians have “forgotten about the Good Samaritan, who healed and took care of the poor”.
“What if these countries had stopped Italians at the border like Italy is doing with Africans? What’s the difference? Is it because Africans are black?”
Fr Luigi Ciotti, one of the most popular priests in Italy, organised a protest this weekend, which invites people to wear a red T-shirt – the same colour worn by three-year-old Syrian Aylan Kurdi when his drowned body washed up on a beach in Turkey in 2015.
“Red also means to stop,” he said. “And we need to stop now, stop and reflect and look inside ourselves. We need to question our hearts and conscience: what are we becoming?”