The truth about the crucifying of Christianity in France
Bottom Line: I want to be clear at the onset of this story I’m not suggesting that Notre Dame’s burning was arson. What I am saying is that where there’s smoke there is often fire.It’s completely plausible that an accident was responsible and not arson.But when you consider what’s been happening around France... Here’s a little, or a lot, of food for thought.
According to Germany’s PI News we’ve experienced record attacks on Christian churches throughout Europe and specifically France. In 2018 there were 1,063 documented acts of destruction of Christian churches or monuments in France. That’s an average of nearly three per day and yet it’s rarely ever in the news. According to a report filed on March 24th: "Hardly anyone writes and speaks about the increasing attacks on Christian symbols. There is an eloquent silence in both France and Germany about the scandal of the desecrations and the origin of the perpetrators.... Not a word, not even the slightest hint that could in anyway lead to the suspicion of migrants... It is not the perpetrators who are in danger of being ostracized, but those who dare to associate the desecration of Christian symbols with immigrant imports. They are accused of hatred, hate speech and racism. Crosses are broken, altars smashed, Bibles set on fire, baptismal fonts overturned, and the church doors smeared with Islamic expressions like 'Allahu Akbar.'"
Also noteworthy is that one of the more recent attacks in France happened in Paris under a month ago when the Church of St. Sulpice was torched by arsonists. Maybe it’s all a coincidence, maybe it’s not. Even if it’s not there’s a bigger story that needs to be told and the political correctness is deafening.