It's Over: Genocide Has Been Accomplished
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Genocide has been accomplished, and yet, the media are silent.  From Rorate Caeli:



It's over
Genocide has been accomplished



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[Cross removed this week from dome of Syriac Orthodox Cathedral, Mosul, Iraq]


For two thousand years, our dearest brethren saw it all from Mosul: Romanized Greeks, Hellenized Persians, Hellenized Romans from all origins later called "Byzantines", Armenians, Arabs from the desert with a religion of the sword, Egyptians, Crusaders, Mongols, Turks, French and British, "Independence"... Then the clumsiest Empire in history, an Empire unwanted by most voters, unwarranted by the Republic's own Constitution, led by bellicose hawks motivated by God knows what, justifying their actions on untruths, arrived, upsetting a balance that was not the best, but was best of all possible outcomes (at that moment). Two Vicars of Christ had cried their hearts out in vain warning of the grave danger of an intervention, of the, "extremisms that could stem from it."

Things were never the same.

For years, we have been warning that support for terrorists in neighboring Syria would surely end badly. But even we could not imagine that it would end so badly so fast and over such a vast area. And yet, the insane Empire-builders are still handing billions and billions, and hundreds of millions of dollars to "moderate" terrorists! Where's the outrage? Have you contacted your congressman, senator, president, MP, prime-minister expressing your outrage, begging this madness to stop?

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This evening, our brethren the Syrian (Syriac) Catholics and Chaldean Catholics, who worship in the language of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and all other Christians are gone from Mosul. There may be some hidden in various places, but all public signs of their presence are gone. The seat of the Syrian Catholic Archeparchy of Mosul was completely burned down by the terrorist "Islamic State" this very evening, July 18, 2014, several converging reports seem to confirm.**

After two thousand years, it is finished. It's over.*** Who will pay for the lasting damage lying Western politicians created by starting a process that would lead to what not even the first Islamic rulers, thirteen centuries ago, ever did, the obliteration of Christian life and populations? "Revenge is mine, and I will repay them in due time," says the Lord. His judgment over this generation and their rulers will be overwhelming and frightful.

In Mosul, genocide* has been accomplished. Where's the outrage? There's no more outrage, just silence - cut by sounds of blades, gunshots, bombs, and the muezzin's loud calls to prayer.

[See also: Nun: The Sign of Genocide]

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Notes:

*The word is used deliberately and appropriately. The Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide was signed in 1948 and entered into effect in 1951. Its definition of genocide is clear, and includes any single one of the following.

    Article 2. In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

    (a) Killing members of the group;
    (b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
    © Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
    (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
    (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.


** Jul 19 12:00 p.m. update: confirmed by Syrian Catholic Patriarch in interview to Vatican Radio.
*** On Friday, the very day of the Muslim ultimatum that led to the mass final exodus of Christians from Mosul, Cardinal Tauran, President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, made public his June 24 Message for the End of Ramadan. The timing could not be less appropriate and more indicative of the inanity of it all.

[Original posting time: Jul 19, 12:00 a.m. . Image updated.]

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I can't think of an appropriate thing to say, but it seems inappropriate not to say anything, so I'll say this.
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I've been praying every day for the Christians living in the nightmare of muslim rule. This is tragic on so many levels:

1. Christians have been there before that cruel tyrant mohammed was even born.
2. Islam is intrinsically vicious, cruel and barbaric but it was the West that destabilized the region enough to allow the devout true followers of the false prophet to come to power and do what the koran commands them to do--subjugate, enslave or kill those that won't convert.
3. There is almost NO outcry whatsoever by ANYONE in the media or, most unforgivably, the Church.
4. Pope Francis to my knowledge has said NOTHING.
5. Where is the international community or other Christians to condemn and/or wage war on these barbaric devils?

I tell you if some muslim dog comes for me and my family i will not go out meekly or quietly,i will not go out without a fight. Why are none of these Christians fighting back?
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.............................and at the Vatican all they do is dialogue.        These groups should have reunited to Rome long ago, their stubbornness has put them at the mercy of these Muslim murderers.
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Plenty of the Christians in Mosul are in union with Rome.
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Just wait till this eventually happens in America and Europe. 

Western Civilization deserves to lose Christianity.  And once the teeming masses of idiot liberal consumers realize that they are trapped in a terrifying new paradigm of outright demonic foreign laws, they'll look around for where all the grown ups went, but they'll be gone.  And then, they'll be doomed. 
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I can't believe nothing has been said about this in the media. When I mentioned to my aunt how much danger Christians in the area are in, she dismissed it by saying: "Everyone's in danger over there." Right, there's no persecution of Christians at all.    :bubbles:
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(07-21-2014, 06:58 AM)Deidre Wrote: I can't believe nothing has been said about this in the media. When I mentioned to my aunt how much danger Christians in the area are in, she dismissed it by saying: "Everyone's in danger over there." Right, there's no persecution of Christians at all.    :bubbles:

It is true that everyone is in danger, but Christians are in particular danger and only the willfully ignorant or dishonest could deny that.
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Quote:Urban, bishop, servant of the servants of God, to all the faithful, both princes and subjects, waiting in Flanders; greeting, apostolic grace, and blessing.

Your brotherhood, we believe, has long since learned from many accounts that a barbaric fury has deplorably afflicted an laid waste the churches of God in the regions of the Orient. More than this, blasphemous to say, it has even grasped in intolerabe servitude its churches and the Holy City of Christ, glorified b His passion and resurrection. Grieving with pious concern at this calamity, we visited the regions of Gaul and devoted ourselves largely to urging the princes of the land and their subjects to free the churches of the East. We solemnly enjoined upon them at the council of Auvergne (the accomplishment of) such an undertaking, as a preparation for the remission of all their sins. And we have constituted our most beloved son, Adhemar, Bishop of Puy, leader of this expedition and undertaking in our stead, so that those who, perchance, may wish to undertake this journey should comply With his commands, as if they were our own, and submit fully to his loosings or bindings, as far as shall seem to belong to such an office. If, moreover, there are any of your people whom God has inspired to this vow, let them know that he (Adhemar) will set out with the aid of God on the day of the Assumption of the Blessed Mary, and that they can then attach themselves to his following.

Will we ever get such a speech?

This is depressing to read after coming from a horrible "Contemporary Folk Mass"  :((
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(07-21-2014, 07:22 AM)austenbosten Wrote: This is depressing to read after coming from a horrible "Contemporary Folk Mass"  :((

What on God's earth is that?
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