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By Biblicism Institute
“You are of your father the devil…Whenever he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies.” John 8: 44
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Europe’s war on religion has reached an absurd milestone.
According to the Telegraph, customers of budget supermarket Lidl have expressed outrage after the company airbrushed Christian symbols from packaging of its “Eridanous”-branded Greek-food line, which featured images of the Anastasis Church in Santorini, Greece, in order to remain “religiously neutral,” as the company claimed.
“The German chain’s Greek food range features images of the famous Anastasis Church in Santorini, Greece, complete with its world-renowned blue dome roof.”
Shoppers have taken to the company’s Facebook page to express their “disappointment” that the cross was photoshopped. One user, Daniel Novak, wrote: “I’m highly disappointed in a company that is bending over to cater to specific people. Why are you hiding from the history?”
“We are all to learn from history, removing it with Photoshop will cause the same mistakes of the past to be done over and over again.”
One user demanded to know who the company thought it would be offending with the crosses.
Muslim supremacists seem to have fantasies — as well as a long history — of converting Christian sites to Islamic ones. Take, for example, Saint-Denis, the Gothic cathedral named for the first Christian bishop of Paris who was buried there in 250, and the burial place of Charles Martel, whose victory stopped the Muslim invasion of France in 732. Now, according to the scholar Gilles Kepel, this burial place of most of France’s kings and queens is “the Mecca in Islam of France”. The French Islamists are dreaming of taking it over and replacing the church bells with the call of the muezzin.
Well, Satan has been in charge of the Vatican for a long time now, but the prophecy had to been fulfilled …
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— Alois Irlmaier (@AloisIrlmaier) June 22, 2017
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