By Theodore Shoebat (I want to thank our French follower Sapienta for providing the story and the translation)
Another French mayor, named Didier Barachet, is saying to hell with Islam and has posted up a portrait of a French crusader with these words:
We Will Never Submit To islam! Respect Our culture, Our Traditions, Our Values, And Our country, Otherwise Leave It!
This was done after another mayor, Robert Chardon, declared that Islam should be banned from the nation of France.
According to one French report:
Didier Barachet, UMP mayor of Ardentes (Indre), relayed an anti-Islam message on his Facebook account. … Where the image appears there is a knight clutching his sword, alongside this message: “Never, we will submit to Islam!” “Respect our culture, our traditions, our values and my country, otherwise leave it!”
As I said in my report on Robert Chardon — another mayor in France who said that Islam should be banned — there are still remnants of the Crusader spirit flowing through the veins of France. The spirt of the Crusades is not only running through the throbbing heart of the nation, but it still beautifully lingers in the spirit of France. It is only awaiting, awaiting to be awakened from the gloomy slumber it has been so reduced to. What will it take for the flower of Christendom to finally bloom, from this callous time of a soulless winter, to the warm, life giving season of spring?
As in the seasons, the death of winter is followed by an awakening of life, and as in the life
of our Lord, self-sacrifice is followed by resurrection, and so it will be, that much life will have to die through horrific violence, in order for the lazy gardner to awaken from his slumber, cut off the weeds of heresy and indifferentism, enrich the soil with the beauties of the Faith, and reinvigorate the roots with the watering of the Word, so that the flowers of Christendom will open their majestic petals, and let the effulgent rays of the One Whose “countenance was like the sun shining in its strength” (Revelation 1:16), shine through the glowing hues of their righteousness.
In the days of Christendom, the armies of Christ would carry up their Cross as their banner when they were in battle with the Muslims — and other heretics — and even till this day, in Spain, the Spanish Legion (an elite unit of the Spanish army), has a ceremony in which they carry a giant Crucifix while a Spaniard sings of the lamentations of the Passion of the Christ:
Christianity is warfare, and as long as the Faith is on earth, the evil doers will never be left without a fight.