It is a misunderstanding of Christianity that has driven european and western nations to accept hundreds of millions of negro refugees from Africa.
The story that Christ was a refugee himself is a lie, actually he came from quite wealthy means, the Bethany money, Uncle Joe the Tin Baron from Arimethea, Jesus was hardly a pauper. He was the heir to the throne of Israel! Sure his parents did travel from time to time, But I’m sure once a nice presidential suite opened up they got the hell out of that icky manger.
Instead, people think Christianity means to act against your own people. The welcoming of the Christian church was the welcoming of your kinfolk, both from near, and abroad. All of the members of the early church were Mediterraneans and mostly jewish in background. There were no africans.
Turn the other cheek? You mean ass cheek to get raped by a 300 pound negro when you are a 80 year old woman? That is NOT something Christ would condone.
The Maria Ladenberger case comes to mind. After this young woman was raped and killed by an Afghanistani negro refugee, at her funeral her family was raising funds to bring more rapists in. WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA????? [ Read The Leftist Psychotic Mindset it’s a chapter in A Plan For Trump (see below) ]
Christ was about a strong community eating together, helping each other. Pooling resources, but only for THEIR community. If 500 somalians turned up and said “we eat yah food and bang yah wommens” I don’t think they would have been accepted. But this is what we see in europe and it is an ATHEIST New-Age HIPPIE movement that does this, not Christians.
the christian churches are growing empty BECAUSE they became stodgy. In america evangelical christianty has a lot of power still. Because they make it a personal relationship with god, not filterd through holy alters.
Christ would not condone five grown negroid men taking a 10 year old swedish boy into the woods at knife point and raping him for five hours. But this happens all the time now in Sweden.4
|Many Germans feel foreign in their own country and are afraid that immigration is changing their homeland rapidly. Every fifth person in Germany comes from an immigration background and that number will continue to climb. What does that mean for the country? By DER SPIEGEL Staff|
|Close to 40 percent of the mothers who give birth at Mariahilf were born outside of Germany. Harburg, where the hospital is located, is neither one of Hamburg’s more prosperous areas nor is it particularly poor. The statistics are similar at many other big city hospitals around the country. In many parts of Germany, obstetrics has become a multicultural career field, with the unique challenges that come along with it.
The latest numbers from the Federal Statistical Office show that almost every fourth child born in Germany in 2016 had a foreign mother. Female immigrants are indeed contributing significantly to the fact that Germany’s birth rate is rising again. Already today, one out of five people living in the country has immigrant roots.
Germany has obviously become a country of immigration – and one that is changing rapidly. And although economists and politicians are fond of emphasizing all the positive aspects of this development – Germany’s aging society, for example, has been an issue for decades – there’s also a large segment of society that is anything but pleased by the development.
|Since then, just under 1.4 million refugees have arrived in Germany. One indication of how deeply the anger and rage are simmering in many people is the dangerous power of the conspiracy theory which holds that the chancellor, together with other sinister powers, is planning to swap out the ethnic German population and replace it with foreigners. Michael Butter, a professor of American Studies at the University of Tübingen, who is also an expert in conspiracy theories, says it is currently one of the most popular conspiracy theories circulating in Germany right now.|
|The CSU has now promised worried Germans that the country will remain one shaped by Judeo-Christian traditions. At the same time, though, it’s also true that membership in Christian churches in the country has been shrinking for years. In 2016 alone, 350,000 people left the church.
As Christian churches close in many places in the country, Muslims are building new mosques – or they are taking over buildings that are otherwise empty.