Christianity has become the most persecuted religion in the world in recent years, and this fact is obvious looking at Europe where vandalism and terror are rapidly becoming part and parcel of the cultural landscape.
The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians is reporting that attacks on Christianity as well as vandalism of churches and monuments are rising steeply. In France alone, anti-Christian attacks have quadrupled from 2008 to 2019, as the Muslim invasion has taken hold.
The mainstream media and the Catholic Church have been unwilling to speak about this persecution, as it gets in the way of their social justice narrative of pushing for third-world Muslim refugees to overwhelm the West. They have largely swept this epidemic under the rug, allowing it to worsen exponentially in recent years.
These recent events, compiled by Catholic Herald columnist Matthew Schmitz, represent the new normal that Christians throughout Europe now have to deal with:
Meanwhile, Pope Francis is calling for more tolerance of the religion of Islam and refuses to call out the religion’s adverse effect on Catholics and other Christians throughout the globe.
“Some may ask, ‘But why does the pope visit the Muslims and not only the Catholics?’” Pope Francis said earlier this year.
“With Muslims, we are descendants of the same father, Abraham,” he added. “What God wants is fraternity between us in a special way.”
The fruits of diversity and multiculturalism are on full display, and unless globalism is stopped in Europe and throughout the world, these forces of evil will reign supreme in the West before long.