Saturday, 15 October 2016

Le Figaro has just published an interview with Cardinal Robert Sarah.

Robert Sarah (born 15 June 1945) is a Guinean Cardinal prelate of the Catholic Church. A Cardinal since November 2010, he was appointed as Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments by Pope Francis on 23 November 2014.

Interviewer: There is a religion in the world that doesn't seem to be experiencing a crisis and that is growing. Do you fear confrontation with Islam? 
Cardinal Sarah: I hope you are not giving the word "confrontation" a warlike or conflict-oriented sense. War is the work of the Devil and his children. What worries me most is that Islam is encountering only a decadent West, secularised, irreligious and immoral, and therefore a West that offers no spiritual resistance. Statistics show that in the very near future there will be a cultural, religious and demographic imbalance in the West. The West, decadent, without children, without families, will disappear, submerged and eliminated by a population of Islamic origin. The West has renounced its Christian roots. But a tree without roots dies.


  1. a West that offers no spiritual resistance

    The Roman Catholic Church, in common with all the churches, teaches that any form of resistance to Third World immigration is racist and sinful. The churches guilt-trip their followers into celebrating diversity—that’s to say, celebrating the destruction of European civilization—and then blame them for the consequences.

    The churches, the whole putrid lot of them, could have stood shoulder to shoulder with the people of Europe in resisting Islamization and defending our way of life but they chose, instead, to betray us. It’s at times like this that I hope there really is a Hell and that Cardinal Smirking-Gloating is heading there.

  2. Seconding previous comment.