Monday, November 2, 2015

Polish Football Fans Unfurl 50-Foot ‘Stand And Defend Christianity’ Banner

In September of 2006, I sat in the beautiful cathedral in Krakow or Warsaw, Poland and listened quietly as a group of teenagers prayed together.  I witnessed several weddings on one Saturday.  I have no idea if Saturday is the official day of marriage or not, but it sure looked that way.  Since I am a Christian, it wasn't just what I saw, it was what I sensed.

All of this convinced me that Poland would be the Last Bastion of Christianity after all of the rest of Europe had fallen to Islam.

So, when I saw this Breitbart article, it was as if I were a Prophet of God.
Defending Europe while clutching a sword and a shield showing the crest of the Silesian Wrocław football club, a St. George’s cross-wearing crusader stands ready to fight the migrants, below writing which reads “While Europe Is Flooded With An Islamic Plague”.

Underneath, another 100 foot wide banner hangs from the stalls behind the goal and reads, in a traditional Polish script: “Let Us Stand In Defence Of Christianity”.]
On the flip side we see this occurring in Germany, (Breitbart article run on Gateway Pundit) home of the radical Martin Luthor:
A German evangelical priest has offered his parish church up to become migrant housing, but will be stripping out most of the fittings to ensure their comfort – including all symbols of Christianity.

Father Joachim Deterding, parish priest of the evangelical Königshardt-Schmachtendorf church in Oberhausen, western Germany offered his church to the city authorities this week, a suggestion they accepted “gladly”, reports der Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung.

It is the first time in Germany a still consecrated, serving church has been turned over to migrant accommodation, but it is entirely in keeping with the philosophy of the priest and his mission. The church website advertises services given in English for the majority of refugees who speak no or little German, proudly proclaims “Refugees welcome… we are all citizens with the saints and members of the household of God."
I think we are witnessing the beginnings of the "Final Conflict".





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