July 2024

Will Notre Dame be rebuilt as a mosque?

(Thursday blog)

When you read the title of today’s blog, probably you’ll think I’ve finally lost it – that an overdose of Izlumophobia has made me take leave of my senses. After all, it’s absurd (you will think) that France’s greatest Catholic cathedral could be turned into a mosque. But stay with me for a couple of minutes while I explain.

France’s new diminutive Napoleon, President Macron, has promised to restore Notre Dame to its former glory. So far, so good. But he also stated that « Notre-Dame doit être reconstruite conformément à la modernité et la diversité de la France »

Can you spot the dangerous words here? Yup, they are modernité” and, of course, diversité”.

By using the word modernité”, Macron is rejecting the idea of restoring Notre Dame to just a copy of how the building was before the ‘accidental’ fire. This has got loads of major international architecture firms circling the gutted cathedral like vultures circling a dead carcass as they scent that there are loads of money to be made for whoever gets the big redesign contract.

But more worrying is the word diversité”. What does“diversité” mean in today’s France? More Jews? Probably not as many of France’s Jews are emigrating to avoid the growing number of anti-semitic attacks. More Hindus? Probably not? More Buddhists? Probably not. More Trekkies? Probably not. More of our friends from our favourite religion? Probably. In fact, definitely.

So far we’ve only been given the word diversité” to soften us up about Emperor Macron’s plans for Notre Dame. But I bet it won’t be long before we start hearing the word “multi-faith” (whatever that is in French). The French progressive, globalist, Izlumophiliac elites will soon be telling us something like “Notre Dame should become a symbol of national unity”, that it “should represent all faiths” and that it “should be rebuilt for the benefit of all faiths”. I admit, we haven’t heard this yet. But I believe these kind of statements will soon be coming our way.

Then we can expect the following:

  • there will be an international competition to choose a design for the restoration/rebuilding
  • the chosen design will be less obviously Christian and more representative of a mish-mash of religions
  • in a few years the rebuilt cathedral will have both a leading Christian cleric and its own imam
  • gradually the number of worshippers from our loveliest and most peaceful religion will far outnumber those from any other religion
  • in 10 to 15 years, we’ll wake up to the fact that Notre Dame has become more of a mosque than a Catholic cathedral

Of course, I could be wrong. I usually am – that’s why I’ve ended up writing spiteful blogs while most of those I went to university with are multi-millionaires. Envious? Me? Never!

But as France’s religion of peacefulness population increases and increases and increases, while its Catholic population decreases, I suspect the scenario I describe above will become reality.

Notre Dame will, to all intents and purposes, have become a mosque.

The progressive, liberal, globalist elites would never dare suggest that Notre Dame should become a mosque. But like so much else they have destroyed – patriotism, heterosexual marriage, sense of national identity, community belonging – they (supported by a propagandising mainstream media) will achieve their goals gradually by chipping away at the foundations of our civilisation till their dystopian vision for our future becomes our daily reality.

13 comments to Will Notre Dame be rebuilt as a mosque?

  • Theophilus

    Fantastic blog. That must be said. What a commentator on all issues.

  • Peter Hardcastle

    David,ten years ago I might have considered your hypothesis highly unlikely,today it is totally plausible.50 years ago I thought Peter Simple in the Telegraph was hilarious,but it has all become reality.There is still some hope when such as you challenge the absurdities that surround us today.However,I feel nothing short of war,pestilence or global economic collapse is the only hope for a complete re set of values.We are a long way down the rabbit hole and there are a lot of brainwashed ‘educated’ non thinkers out there who swallow whatever they are told.I fear for my children and grandchildren but when my very sensible ‘conservative’ daughter informs me that my membership of UKIP makes me a fascist, I think all is lost for this country.But while I still breath I will resist this nonsense as best I can.My first act of modest rebellion is to stop paying the TV licence.I have not been able to watch the news on any channel for some time,the multi cultural adverts are an obvious form of state brainwashing.The plots of many dramas are either ludicrous,down right nasty or hilariously PC.When I watch old films I am reminded of what a serious,honest and capable country we were.

  • loppoman

    Peter – spot on.
    The adverts are (almost without exception) multi-cultural but over representative of ethnic minorities. If there are 15% of them in the UK, on screen we see 50%. Not only that but mixed partnerships are promoted continuously. How many mixed partners do you know? For me – none.
    Can the BBC change? The corporation is struggling to put on something decent to watch without the viewer being aware of the constant brainwashing.
    Mind you, knowing how well educated the British public is, how many of them are aware of this?

  • William Boreham

    Never mind Notre Dame, young children living in this country will witness another Hagia Sophia type situation in Constantinople in 1453, when St Paul’s cathedral is also turned into a mosque. Unlike Constantinople in 1453, the Muslims don’t even have to go to war to conquer England, now they just outbreed us and we suckers pay for them to do so.

  • William Boreham

    A relevant and depressing article from Gatestone on the same subject.
    The Burning of Notre Dame and the Destruction of Christian Europe

    The results of French secularism are visible. Christianity has been almost completely wiped out from public life. Churches are empty. The number of priests is decreasing and the priests that are active in France are either very old or come from Africa or Latin America. The dominant religion in France is now Islam. Every year, churches are demolished to make way for parking lots or shopping centers. Mosques are being built all over, and they are full. Radical imams proselytize. The murder, three years ago, of Jacques Hamel, an 85-year-old priest who was slaughtered by two Islamists while he was saying mass in a church where only five people (three of them old nuns) were present, is telling.

  • A Thorpe

    What about the UK? Charles wants to be called Defender of the Faiths. But there is another possibility. The last time we had somebody telling us the world was going to end and he could save us, it turned out to be the son of God. Greta is spreading the same message. Perhaps she is the daughter of God and our new Messiah. It could be renamed Notre Greta.

  • twi5ted

    Credit to Mr Craig – the only blogger to point out the possibility the fire was caused by something other than the mainstream narrative suggests. I seem to recall similar at the Tower disaster and fleeing Ethiopians never to be heard of again. Days later we have these awful attacks on Christians around the world linked to Easter. Who knows the truth but it is easy to believe the BBC would cover it up.

  • MRT

    Barbara Lerner Spectre: Jews play a “leading role” in promoting multiculturalism in Europe
    September 16, 2010/167 Comments/in Jewish Influence /by Kevin MacDonald

    In the video below, Barbara Lerner Spectre, who runs a government-funded Jewish study group in Sweden, makes the following remarkable statement—remarkable because she does not attribute anti-Jewish attitudes to irrational prejudices or even Muslims who hate Israel. Instead she says that it’s because of the “leading role” played by Jews in the movement toward multiculturalism:

    I think there is a resurgence of anti-Semitism because at this point in time Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural. And I think we are going to be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place. Europe is not going to be the monolithic societies they once were in the last century. Jews are going to be at the centre of that. It’s a huge transformation for Europe to make. They are now going into a multicultural mode and Jews will be resented because of our leading role. But without that leading role and without that transformation, Europe will not survive.

  • David Craig

    Barbara Lerner Spectre is (in my humble opinion) totally deranged. She’s like a Swedish version of socialist Bernie “Open the borders” Saunders. Mad as several hatters and therefore to be ignored.

  • MRT

    The well-known rabbi Baruch Efrati, a yeshiva head and community rabbi in the West Bank settlement of Efrat, made the remarks on a Jewish website in response to a question about the Islamification of Europe.

    “Jews should rejoice at the fact that Christian Europe is losing its identity as a punishment for what it did to us for the hundreds of years were in exile there,” Efrati said.

  • david brown

    Back in 2012 a plan to build a mega Mosque on a site close to the Olympic park was rejected. The promoters where a “missionary” Islamic group. It would have accommodated more then 9000 people, four times the capacity of St.Pauls as a dominating symbol.
    Former head of the British Army Sir Richard Dannat said that in the spiritual vacuum that now exists in this country has created a space for predatory Islam.

  • Jan

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