Notre Dame Cathedral Burning Now, Likely to Be Destroyed
THE SPIRE has already burned and fallen. Parisians by the hundreds of thousands are on the streets, watching the flames rise higher and higher, helpless to stop the destruction of this timeless symbol of France and of Aryan Man that transcends sectarian religion, as it falls before their eyes.
It has stood since the year 1163. Its construction was closer in time to Emperor Julian of Rome than to our own day. When it was built, the Eastern Roman Empire had not yet fallen — and was not to fall for another 300 years. During the life of George Washington, it had already stood for 600 years.
Like Notre Dame, Aryan France is herself collapsing under the weight of millions of non-Aryan invaders encouraged and facilitated by the Jewish power structure and its agents in recent years.
France has seen a spate of attacks against Catholic churches since the start of the year, vandalism that has included arson and desecration.
Vandals have smashed statues, knocked down tabernacles, scattered or destroyed the Eucharist and torn down crosses… Last Sunday, the historic Church of St. Sulpice in Paris was set on fire just after midday mass on Sunday, Le Parisien reported, although no one was injured. Police are still investigating the attack, which firefighters have confidently attributed to arson. Built in the 17th century, St. Sulpice houses three works by the Romantic painter Eugene de la Croix, and was used in the movie adaptation of The Da Vinci Code,by Dan Brown.
French churches have been targeted by vandals in a spate of attacks since the start of the year. Last month, at the St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Houilles, in north-central France, a statue of the Virgin Mary was found smashed, and the altar cross had been thrown on the ground, according to La Croix International, a Catholic publication.
Also in February, at Saint-Alain Cathedral in Lavaur, in south-central France, an altar cloth was burned and crosses and statues of saints were smashed. The attack prompted Lavaur Mayor Bernard Canyon to say in a statement: “God will forgive. Not me.”
And in the southern city of Nimes, near the Spanish border, vandals looted the altar of the church of Notre-Dame des Enfants (Our Lady of the Children) and smeared a cross with human excrement.
Consecrated hosts made from unleavened bread, which Catholics believe to be the body of Jesus Christ, were taken and found scattered among rubbish outside the building….
The Vienna-based Observatory of Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe, which was founded in cooperation with the Council of European Bishops Conferences (CCEE) but is now independent said there had been a 25 percent increase in attacks on Catholic churches in the first two months of the year, compared with the same time last year.
Its executive director, Ellen Fantini, told Newsweek that while in many cases the motive for the attacks was not known, France faced growing problems with anti-Christian violence, especially by anarchist and feminist groups.
[W]hile France had a long tradition of secularism, it was seen as a culturally Christian country, and so any “attack on the church as a symbol of religion was also an attack on authority and patrimony. The pressure is coming from the radical secularists or anti-religion groups as well as feminist activists who tend to target churches as a symbol of the patriarchy that needs to be dismantled.”
Is this the act of an anti-White invader or savage? Is this the act of a crazed leftist or feminist, egged on by the Jewish media or the academy?
As we mourn, let us resolve: May Aryan man build even greater cathedrals, Cosmotheist cathedrals, one day.
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Source: Vanessa Neubauer