Τετάρτη, 7 Οκτωβρίου 2015

Greek Archbishop calls for Christian Orthodox Jihad against the West

After this incident, Archbishop Hieronymus gave a speech to the other priests and talked about enemies who are "within the walls". He named Europeans ironically "our friends the Europeans" and the Greeks who want Greece to become like any western European Country "our friends here". He says that both want to take advantage of the horrible economic situation in Greece and will try by all means to alter the Greek society, beginning with the school education. It is tragic, said he, that not only some foreigners far and away want this, but also enemies from within. "We can see it and scent it".
Churchgoers believe that those who are not baptised in the orthodox way, stink.
He said that there are commitments and plans, which are vividly whispered, to alter the society and foremost to the underestimation of their history and traditions, to the 'entfundamenting' of family, to the infliction of perversity, to the further degradation of the language and the contumely of the many centuries old civilisation, their fatherland, their 'holies' and 'sacred', and by that case the 'Hierarchy' (the celibates), the clergy and the folk will become bulwarks and fortresses.
Than he quoted a person who lived at the time of the Greek Revolution of 1821 and is known only due to his memoirs. "Frankia doesn't want us with that dress the orthodox". Frankia is the West, but only fanatics use this word.
Having said all these he then said that the political parties should converse with the Church honestly and reliably and quit 'bracketations' and ideologies and Church and State should take care of people's problems with consistency, calmness and perseverance. He then said that the Church will never be trapped into letting its sanctifying work be separated from the philanthropic one.

So the Archbishop feels he is superior to any institution and can intimidate the Government, the House of Commons, everybody. He still thinks with the terms of the Great Schism of the 11th century. He dreams of a society which until the abolition of the latest dictatorship, Greece was terrorised by the State and the Church, the latest version being the priest and the policeman.
He talks about history although people in Greece, until the 20th century, believed that the 'Ellenedes' were other people who lived in Greece before the arrival of Christ and Mary and were killed by God and some thought that their descendants were the 'mylords' who excavated the ancient Greek monuments and never crossed themselves. He talks about traditions although the Church destroys real traditions and then lets people think falsely that their habits are Christian Tradition, although Christian Tradition has to do with Church Books like the other Gospels.
He talks about family, although the priests turn parents against children, wife against man and brother against sister, if somebody is not a churchgoer.
He talks about perversity and it would be interesting what he means by that; maybe homosexuality, although it is said that the higher ranks are up to 90% homosexuals? There are continuously scandals about child abuse and sexual harassment in Greece as well as in USA.
He talks about centuries old civilisation and probably he dates from the Great Schism of  the 11th century, because he doesn't use the word millennia, a word broadly used in Greece.
He speaks about fatherland, although in the Christian Orthodox Tradition as formulated by Cosmas the Aetolian and repeated by all ranks of clergy, fatherlands are false and the true fatherland is the kingdom of Yahweh. He talks about fortresses and bulwarks, but not against what. He quotes a man who is called a general, but never did anything important and he praised only because he used the demotic language.
He then said that they should abolish the ideas of democracy, freedom and the ideas established by the French Revolution and Church and State should govern together probably with a Constitution similar to that of Iran, or anyway it will be interpreted this way.
The Church will continue to control every aspect of life, that is meant by sanctification and become a lot of money from the individuals and take a whole lot of money from the State, that is meant by philanthropy. The only philanthropy of the Greek Church are the meals which are soups made of what is donated by churchgoing shop owners, usually rice or noodles and the people cooking them and organising them, do it for free or in order to save their souls.
Nobody needs the Church. It is the duty of the state to take care of its citizens.



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