But, when it comes to some practitioners--the "extremist wing"--of the so-called "religion of peace," non-Muslims are expected to extend an exception.
To wit: Consider these 5 "immigrants."
A [Catholic] man was kneeling in prayer before the statue of the revered
Madonna, with the photograph of a loved one in hand, in the small chapel
of St. Barnabas in Perugia (Italy), when he was attacked by five “immigrants.”
Ostensibly, the man was asking the intercession of the Blessed Virgin on behalf of a beloved family member or friend.
A couple of items:
- "Immigrants" in this article is a euphemism for "Muslims," practitioners of the so-called "religion of peace."
- "Christians" in this article is a euphemism for "Catholics." Remember it was those Catholics who led the Crusades against the infidels when they imposed their rule throughout the Middle East, much like ISIS/ISIL is doing today.
- When The Motley Monk was growing up, he was told "visitors mind their place." That is, "realize your place, because this isn't your home." Superadd to that advice, "If you don't mind your place, be prepared to suffer the consequences."
- Respecting others' religious beliefs, especially those of the natives when you are a visitor or immigrant, is paramount. Disrespect those beliefs and be ready to pay the price.
So, here's what the five "immigrants" did.
First: They ripped the photo from the man's hands.
Second: They unleashed their venom against the statue of the Virgin Mary, crushing it.
Third: They urinated on the statue.
But, no, Catholics are to "tolerate" such sacriliges when they comprise the majority population. Why? The "immigrants" are merely expressing their religious-cultural sentiments. Don't take offense but, instead, give them the space they need until they acclimate to the culture or their children grow up in that culture and are tolerant of (or adopt) its practices.
Here's the twist in this story: Guess who's on the hot-seat? None other than Pope Francis whom locals accuse of pacifying immigrants. After all, it must be remembered, the Pope did caution that “Migrants, through their own humanity, cultural values, expand the sense of human brotherhood.”
Even the Diocese of Perugia, though condemning the sacrilige, absolved the religion of peace of any responsibility for what happened.
Yes, indeed. Once again, it's a one-way street when it comes to forming that global, multicultural community of diversity, inclusion, and kumbaya.
Isn't the rule "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me"?
Let the discussion begin...
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