When President Donald Trump visited Europe in mid-July for meetings with NATO, the British queen, and Russian strongman Vladimir Putin, he spoke openly about the screaming 800-pound gorilla in the room that everybody sees but pretends not to. That gorilla, of course, is the fundamental transformation of the continent brought about by the globalist-engineered tsunami of Islamic immigration. Everything is changing. But in particular, the Christian foundations of the Old World are being deliberately blown to bits by governments, the European Union, and the globalist establishment behind them — with the mass migration serving as both the catalyst and the pretext. But political and spiritual resistance is growing.
Trump did not mince words. “I think what has happened to Europe is a shame,” he told The Sun, a British publication. “Allowing the immigration to take place in Europe is a shame. I think it changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it’s never going to be what it was. And I don’t mean that in a positive way. So I think allowing millions and millions of people to come into Europe is very, very sad. I think you are losing your culture. Look around. You go through certain areas that didn’t exist ten or 15 years ago.” Europe’s culture, of course, is inextricably intertwined with its rich Christian heritage.
Before leaving from Brussels to London, Trump admitted in a press conference that he warned his NATO counterparts about the dangers of mass immigration. “I made a point today — I said, you’ve got to stop. You’re ruining your — you’re going to have a lot of problems,” Trump declared. Not surprisingly, globalist promoters of mass immigration freaked out or ignored the comments, though polls show the overwhelming majority of Europeans — like Americans — want an end to the Islamic influx.
One of the most obvious impacts of mass Islamic immigration is the rapid de-Christianization of every facet of European culture. Even prior to the mass immigration, the secularization of Europe, which began centuries ago, all but wiped out biblical Christianity in Europe as a religious force. And this, combined with ignorance of history brought about by government mis-education, is no doubt among the reasons that Europeans went along with the open-borders madness of their rulers. But despite the secularization of Europe, the culture and the moral system were still largely Christian. The pace of change was far too slow for globalists. And so, by importing millions of Muslims from Africa and the Middle East, globalists found a new battering ram to accelerate the obliteration of the West’s Christian foundations.
De-Christianization in Progress
The examples are literally everywhere. In 2015, as hundreds of thousands of Islamic migrants were arriving, Lutheran Church of Sweden “Bishop” Eva Brunne, an open lesbian, famously called for Christian symbols such as crosses to be removed from churches to avoid offending the new arrivals. She also called for creating prayer rooms facing Mecca in churches so that Muslims could worship Allah. “Making a room available for people of other faiths does not mean that we are not defenders of our own faith,” Brunne was quoted as saying. In Sweden, her comments barely caused a stir. Today, Islamic prayers blast from loudspeakers at multiple mosques.
In Belgium, the Provincial Committee of the Red Cross in Liège ordered local branches and offices of the Red Cross in Belgium to remove crosses and crucifixes from everything to avoid offending Muslims. Similar demands are being made across the continent. In Switzerland, an immigrant lobby group representing mostly second-generation Muslims is calling for the cross to be removed from the nation’s flag, saying it “no longer corresponds to today’s multicultural Switzerland.” And at churches-turned-migrant-centers across Europe, all evidence of Christianity is being scrubbed, supposedly to ensure that the new Muslim residents are not offended. Some 15 years ago, a Muslim successfully sued to force public schools in Italy to take down crucifixes from the classroom.
Reprinted with permission from - The New American - by Alex Newman