‘Islamophobia’ isn’t real. It never was real. It is just a made-up word to scare people into not talking about the violence that is inherent to an characteristic of Islam. Yet those who cry ‘Islamophobia’ will not talk about the real crime going on, and that is Christophobia.
Christianity is under attack all throughout Europe and America, but France has come under particular assault. Once the “eldest daughter of the Church,” France is entirely secular and hates the Faith which created it while at the same time it is on the edge of a civil war with the Muslims it has brought into its borders and which at this point comprise almost 10% of the population. The violence against Christians is so bad that not only do attacks against Christianity make us 90% of all ‘religiously motivated attacks,’ but crimes against Muslims have actually decreased by approximately 25%:
2015 had recorded a record of racist, anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim acts: they declined sharply in 2016, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday. After passing for the first time the threshold of 2000 acts (2034 exactly) in 2015, in the wake of the jihadist attacks of January and November, the overall assessment of Place Beauvau reports 1125 acts in 2016, down 44, 7%.
These actions (violence, fires, degradations …) and threats (remarks, inscriptions, insulting letters, etc.) correspond to the facts giving rise to a complaint or a handrail. Antisemitic acts and anti-Muslim acts experienced an almost identical decline of 58.5% for the former (335 in 2016 against 808 the previous year) and 57.6% for the former (182 against 429). Racist acts in the strict sense (excluding anti-Semitic and anti-Muslim acts) declined by 23.7% (608 vs. 797).
For the Interior, this clear improvement is the “fruit of the actions undertaken by the government”, after the launch in April 2015 of a € 100 million action plan to “combat racism, anti-Semitism and All forms of discrimination related to origin or religion “. “Thanks to an unprecedented mobilization of state services, we have already achieved very encouraging results, as evidenced by the figures for 2016. This is a real satisfaction,” says Written statement to the Agence France-Presse, the Minister of the Interior, Bruno Le Roux, who said however to avoid any “triumphalism”. “Faced with racism, anti-Semitism, anti-Muslim and anti-Christian acts, we must not let go of our guard, quite the contrary”, he adds, with “maximum vigilance”: “we continue, Always, to fight against these absolutely intolerable acts, which sully the Republic “.
Acts against Christian places represent 90% of the total
One point is that the number of attacks on Christian sites (places of worship and burials), recorded separately, increased by 245% between 2008 and 2016. With 949 recorded in 2016, an increase of 17.4% compared with 2015 , Acts targeting Christian places accounted for 90% of all attacks on places of worship (Christians, Jews or Muslims), according to Place Beauvau, which notes that all these acts have no religious motivation. Christian buildings are by far the most numerous, with more than 45,000 churches and temples in France, some 2,500 mosques and 500 synagogues.
An important part of these attacks on Christian places are acts of vandalism (399) and theft of cult objects (191), according to the ministry’s data, which more precisely mention 14 facts claiming a “satanic motivation “And 25 acts” with an anarchist connotation “. Faced with this “basic tendency”, the Interior puts forward the “existing mechanism” to ensure the safety of the sites: 2,400 Christian places of worship are protected by dynamic patrols, not counting the Moslem (1090) or Jewish buildings (817 synagogues, schools and community centers). (source)
Right now, France is being attacked from within by Muslims but primarily, its own people, for the refusal of the French to re-embrace the Faith which brought them into existence was what created the vacuum that allowed Islam to enter in. A house divided against itself cannot stand, and Islam is simply picking up the pieces of a broken society created by that nation’s own people. It is a punishment for apostasy, which still can be fixed if France would repent of her ways and return to God.