Burned churches. Blood. Democracy.

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This year there will be no Christmas celebration at Notre Dame of Paris for the first time in 200+ years.

Can you imagine when it was last time?

Well, you guessed right. It was during another correspondingly “enlightened” era. It was at the time when “freedom” against oppression was being built and promoted once again. It was at a time when the guillotine was setting the pace for “tolerance”. The time of the French Revolution.

We are now living in similarly beautiful era. Soon we will all be “free”. We will have all the rights in the world. The right to wear a burqa, the right to become men and women of our own free will and to allow the children to do whatever we want after they have their genitals mutilated in the name of political correctness, the right to kill babies even after they are born (we are surely very close to that, since it is now  allowed for women to kill their babies at the latest stages of pregnancy), free to insult Christians and Christ but of course never anyone else.

An era of freedom.

And just like in the French Revolution, an era of blood.

For the time being definitely some people will cheer. In some years from now, some may for sure celebrate even greater victories over Christianity. But they would be forgetting that if their “democracy” is strengthened with blood, Christianity was born in it…

(The era of Aquarius)

The hypocrisy of crying for Notre Dame… (And the hypocrisy of modern atheistic world)

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Notre Dame!

Burned to the ground.

But it matters not.

For it was burnt to the ground many many years ago.

Ever since when we stopped caring for religion. Ever since we stopped believing in God. Ever since we started visiting Notre Dame to see a monument and not to pray.

For this is what monuments do. From the Greek word “μνήμη”, denoting the function of the monument to sustain the memory of something.

And in this case the monument of Notre Dame sustained the memory of something long dead. God is no longer with us. We are gods in His place. And we do not need relics of the old religion.

Notre Dame on fire.

A real disaster.

Not for religion.

But for tourists.

We have stopped caring for the essence of things a long time now. And our lust for knowledge and art had made us dead.

Notre Dame is destroyed.

So sad. Such a great loss.

Not for religion.

But for the works of art…

Shallow world.

Burning.

Even one true teardrop would suffice to take out the fire…

But there was no one crying…

How could they?

Can the blind weep for a good painting?

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