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The World Forgets on Remembrance Day

This is true. And I'm heartbroken over it. Europe has embraced the new Nazis. Europe no longer believes in itself, has forgotten its Christian roots, and is withering. And it is the Jews who will suffer first. But it won't stop with them.

April 21, 2009 is Yom Hashoah Day, the day of remembrance. Please light a special Yellow Candle, if you have one, or any yahrzeit candle. Click on the above link and watch the video until the end. To think that Europe has once again submitted to (embraced) this century's Nazis and cowers in the face of Islamic denial of the holocaust is ample proof that Europe died in the last World War. America just provided life support for an already brain dead carcass.
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Anonymous said...

Unless, of course, bishop Williamson opines: in such case, media attention vis-a-vis the holocaust will be overwhelming.

PS not a "defense" of Williamson, btw, simply noting that the media's sense of outrage is somewhat opportunistic.

Rick said...

Thanks for the info. I'll post something about it tonight in divine-ripples. The Jewish people are our elder brothers and so I hope all Catholics around the world will remember man's inhumanity to their fellow man, nay to our brothers.

Anonymous said...

Excuse me, we lost many of our Catholic brothers, sisters and priests in the holocaust, too.

The ashes of our dead are mixed with theirs in the ovens. The Jews in forgetting this simple fact are holocaust deniers in their own right.

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