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Islam is the State Religion of Britain, While the Secular Pagan Religion Increasingly Falls Apart April 23, 2018

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, catachesis, Christendom, disaster, Ecumenism, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, Immigration, persecution, Revolution, scandals, secularism, sickness, Society, unbelievable BS.

A couple of brief videos for you, one from a fairly unlikely source, a professor of physics at UC-San Diego who presents an argument that modern science’s attempt to explain all creation through natural processes absent God is becoming increasingly frayed and desperate.  While it is not stated in the video, the key fact that is driving belief in the multi-verse is detailed study that has shown that for macro-evolution to work, and to have resulted in the diversity and advanced forms of life presently on earth, far, far more time would have to have elapsed than actually has, even by the enormous ages of “scientific time” (going back over 10 billion years) to have resulted through Darwinian “natural selection.”  That is because the “evolution” that can be actually observed directly takes place so agonizingly slow (for the scienticians), and major variations like severe mutations are almost always evolutionary dead ends, not major breakthroughs.

So major public scientists like Steven Weinberg and Steven Hawking have opined that, since evolution must be true (it is the cardinal belief the God-denying scientists, basically taking the place of God in this mode of thinking), but not nearly enough time has passed for all the multivariate forms of life now found on earth, there must be an infinity of universes out there (existing so that every possibility that can occur in a given situation does occur in one universe or another – like Star Trek’s Mirror, Mirror episode), each one somehow invisibly interconnected with the other, so that there is now plenty of time – indeed, an infinity of time – for evolution to take place.  Voila!  Problem solved.  But as the professor notes below, there is no way to prove these other universes exist, and thus, belief in the multiverse is just another article of faith for the God-denying sexular pagans (which, I would argue, evolution is, as well, since the “evidence” there is largely contrived, or fully explainable by other means):

In the next video, a young woman in Britain who has received numerous death threats for having the temerity to criticize islam (the invasion and subsequent conversion of Christendom by islam is far more advanced in Europe than here) is told by the state – in the form of the police – that it is acceptable to criticize Christianity but not islam.  Mind, she has not been told this by one police official, but by several.  Coupled with the state’s continued cover-up of muslim pedophile rape gangs that pray exclusively on non-muslim girls, general prohibition by cultural elites of any public criticism of islam as “hate speech,” and a growing kow-towing to islam in virtually every major sphere of life, it appears the successful devolution of Britain from “Our Lady’s Dowry” to muslim despotism is moving apace.  Note that gutting of Christianity both in concept/meaning and unity through the protestant revolution was a central part of this process, since protestantism led to a self-serving conception of God/Christ and our relation to them, which led to collapse of belief, which led to rationalism/endarkenment values, which led to where we are today.  Painting with a broad brush but I’ve written about this before.

Britain is simply ahead of the US by about 30 years, but the exact same process is at work, here.  Why do the powers that be allow hundreds of thousands of muslims to emigrate to this country a year (mostly legally), while legal immigration from the same countries for Christians, or from Christian-majority nations, is extremely arduous?  It’s all about replacing the native population, and, more importantly, the native culture, with a multi-culti dystopia.  Given the paltry progress on the wall so far, this nation is going to be a disaster for our children and grandchildren to inhabit (sorry for the bare shoulders, it ends pretty quick):

This ascendance of fealty, perhaps obeisance is a better word, towards islam, is a classic case of seeing cultural suzerainty in action.  Even though islam has grown at an explosive rate in Britain, it still constitutes a small minority.  Muslims constitute barely 5% of the British population, but their political and especially cultural influence far outweighs their numbers.  Why is this?  It’s because few in the “Christian” majority have any kind of certainty in their beliefs, while the muslims are very convicted.  Thus a small minority is dictating much of the cultural/societal norm to the vast majority, which, thus far, has gone rather sheepishly along with this, and has managed to completely co-opt the political class and cultural elites.  In terms of actual numbers, there may be far more devout muslims in Britain today than there are devout Christians.  Certainly, there are many muslims quite willing to impose their culture and their moral norms on Britain, and very few British willing to defend their rapidly deteriorating legacy culture.

Will the same happen in the United States? I think an argument can be built that it already is.  Secularization and collapse of Christian belief and practice has not gone so far in the US as it has in Britain, Canada, and the rest of the West, but it is still occurring, and rapidly.  Each generation becomes successively less Christian and, what is more, convicted in their beliefs.  I fear the process in the US could be especially ugly, since there may be enough Christian conviction, defusely spread, in the country, to lead to much more open conflict with the implacable demands of islam, which asserts its cultural dominance wherever it gains enough numbers (and, as we see, those numbers are very far from requiring a majority).  And Trump’s rise and election was due at least in part to resentment over the seeming flood of muslims into this country along with the unconstrained Hispanic immigration. But that, I fear, will just be the beginning.  The elites seem determined to play this most massive social experiment in history out, even though all of history and ethnography shouts that diversity plus proximity virtually always equals conflict, and very bloody conflict.

Perhaps that’s the end goal after all.  You can’t get to a “perfect” world population of 2 billion without breaking a few eggs, or heads.

By the way, on evolution, has anyone read Repairing the Breach?  I got a copy for Christmas but it will be some time before I can devote the effort to reading it. It’s a massive book, really like a textbook, and some reviews claim it to be THE most thorough attack on evolution that has yet been written.  I’m already pretty tied down in reading at the moment, trying to finish Solzhenitsyn, and that is no trivial task, in itself.  I think I’ve brought this up before, but if anyone has read Repairing the Breach and would like to provide a review, I’d very much appreciate it.


1. The Lord's Blog - April 24, 2018

Reblogged this on Jean'sBistro2010's Blog and commented:
Evolution last time I knew and Father Groeschel stated, its a theory and it hasn’t been proven. Just that a theory……………………………

Tim - April 26, 2018

The Church has spoken, evolution stands condemned. As Fr. Wolfe says, “close the book.”

In 1215, the Fourth Lateran Council solemnly proclaimed:
“Firmly we believe and we confess simply that the true God […] by His own omnipotent power at once from the beginning of time created each creature from nothing, spiritual and corporal […]” (DZ 428)
The Provincial Council of Cologne (1860) made the following pronouncement one year after the appearance of Darwin’s “On the Origin of the Species” (1859):
“Our first parents were formed immediately by God. Therefore we declare that the opinion of those who do not fear to assert that this human being, man as regards his body, emerged finally from the spontaneous continuous change of imperfect nature to the more perfect, is clearly opposed to Sacred Scripture and to the Faith.”
Nine years later, the First Vatican Council (1869-1870), quoting the Fourth Lateran Council (1215), taught the following:
“This sole true God ‘immediately from the beginning of time fashioned each creature out of nothing, spiritual and corporeal’ […]” (DZ 1783)
The accompanying anathema reads as follows:
“If anyone does not confess that the world and all things which are contained in it, both spiritual and material, as regards their whole substance, have been produced by God from nothing […] let him be anathema.” (DZ 1805)

The Lord's Blog - April 26, 2018

I’m aware of it.

2. Jim in Seattle - April 24, 2018

Have not read the Repairing the Breech book, so cannot comment. However, am deep in Solzhenitsyn’s Red Wheel (half way thru November 1916), although I have to take breaks from time to time because it is too similar to our times. Which of his are you currently reading?

3. MFG - April 24, 2018

I wonder if Britain and Germany is being allowed to descend into such a deplorable state (of rule by Sharia) specifically because of the sins of King Henry the 8th and Luther – the originators of today’s modernist/protestant/revolutionary ideas. Are these 2 countries being singled out more so than other countries?

Or is it just the culmination of each generation’s abandonment of God.

4. Tim - April 24, 2018

Leap of Faith:

5. Tim - April 24, 2018

Highly “educated” idiot:

6. Tim - April 24, 2018

However, Dawkins knows Catholic theology better than Cardinal Pell!!


7. Tim - April 25, 2018
Tim - April 25, 2018
Tim - April 26, 2018
Tantumblogo - April 26, 2018

My work has blocked Anne’s site as “extreme.” Can’t get to it here.

Tim - April 26, 2018

Give it time, you won’t be able to access your own blog!

Tantumblogo - April 26, 2018

Seriously. You are not exaggerating. They flagged a huge swath of sites like Ace of Spades as “extreme” about 4-5 months ago. Even some fairly mainstream news sites like Daily Wire got flagged. People complained, and they backed off. But it is very probable that within 2-3 years “commonly accepted” – meaning driven by Google, Facebook, etc – ratings of websites will probably mean that I will be banned at work from my own site. Trying to decide what to do about that.

Would also like to start making some vids on Youtube to add a Catholic traditionalist historical perspective but the issue is time. I’ve been working on one for 3 months and I’m maybe halfway done.

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9. Tim - April 25, 2018
10. Tim - April 26, 2018

I had some Amazon gift cards so I ordered Repairing The Breach. I’ll let you know my opinion once I read it. Thanks for posting.

11. Tim - April 26, 2018
Tantumblogo - April 26, 2018

Oh and I owe you another thank you for the exceedingly generous gift of the books you sent! Thank you so much! I will contact you offline but I wanted to make sure I also gave a bit of a public thanks. They look like great books, I am excited to get into them. God bless you and thank you for the unexpected generosity.

Tim - April 26, 2018

You are most welcome. I forgot to enclose my note. It basically said thanks for all of your work on this blog, myself and many enjoy being a part of it, but you do the work.

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