By Theodore Shoebat
Two Muslim Turks in Berlin, Germany, took a pregnant 19 year old girl named Maria, stabbed her in the stomach, then covered her whole body in gasoline, set her on fire and watched her burn to death. They then covered her charcoaled body with leaves and left. I did a whole video on this gruesome murder:
This is what the report from one English speaking media outlet tells us:
Two men were arrested after a heavily pregnant 19-year-old woman was burned to death in a Berlin wood and one has confessed to the crime, police said Saturday.
One suspect is the ex-boyfriend of the victim and the other is his friend, a police spokeswoman said. Both suspects are also 19.
The victim was stabbed numerous times in the abdomen and burned alive late Thursday in the eastern Berlin district of Adlershof.
Walkers found the body Friday morning near a woodland path when their dog started barking and acting strangely.
The first suspect was arrested a few hours later. The two suspects are charged with murder and termination of a pregnancy.
They are to be brought before a court Saturday.
Notice how this report never mentions the fact that the murderers were Muslims, and one of them was given the name of “Muhammad” in one German report in order to protect his identity.
According to the German publication, Kopp Online, the Muslim who stabbed and burned her, named Muhammad, was Turkish and demanded that the girl get an abortion. When this did not happen, he and an accomplice burned her alive.
Is it any wonder why so many Germans want mass-deportation of Muslims? Just yesterday I got into an argument with a deacon who is teaching that the Europeans who want mass deportation of Muslims are “un-Christ like.” I told him that numerous Church Fathers and other ancient Christian theologians, such as Firmicus, Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Robert Bellarmine, Francisco Vitoria, and others, all believed that heretical and dangerous ideologies need to be outlawed.
He ignored all of this information and said that he was simply conveying the “teachings of Jesus.” I politely told him that Jesus Christ destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah.
This is the key to dissipating this whole problem: Christian supremacy. Christ is King, He is our General, our Master, and His Holy Laws must be our priority and our goal, not some temporal and transient secular values.
“But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness” (Matthew 6:33), this is what our Lord tells us. In society, we must seek His Kingdom; when warring with evil we must seek His Kingdom. Remember what the scribe told Christ: “there is one God, and there is no other but He.” (Mark 12:32)
There is only one God, the most holy and blessed Trinity, and He is to be supreme over our laws and our government. Remember what our Lord told the scribe after he said these words: “You are not far from the kingdom of God.” (Mark 12:34)
If we are to first seek the Kingdom of Heaven, then we are to shatter the other gods, and the other religions and ideologies that have so tainted Christian society. It will be then that we will come closer to the Kingdom of God, once indifferentism is destroyed, the flames of zeal finally rekindled, and the establishments of Christianity put back into their rightful positions.
The reason the Christians of Christendom held so tightly onto intoleration was because they took the Scriptures very seriously. They read the words of Solomon when he wrote that “A wise king sifts out the wicked, and brings the threshing wheel over them” (Proverbs 20:26), and declared that no doubt amongst the wicked are those who introduce evil and dangerous religions and ideas.
They observed how in ancient Israel, when true religion reigned the Orthodox kings did not permit freedom of religion, and thus Christian kings must do the same, “for the Church must not be arranged any worse than the synagogue was.” (St. Robert Bellarmine, On Laymen or Secular People, ch. 18, p. 85)
Vitoria, who stands amongst the most learned of theologians and one of the fathers of international law, said:
princes have enacted laws concerning moral goodness, such as prohibiting blasphemy, sodomy, and so on; laws must concern moral actions, or these would be invalid. (Vitora, On Law, ST I-II. 92, article 1, 122b)
The reason why we have a Muslim problem in the first place is because of religious liberty. This evil and wicked idea is the source of all these travesties. Every murder done by cultists, every abortion, every wicked edict that has ever been passed to give license to evil, are the consequences of religious liberty.
When this girl was burned alive, it was not just Muslims who killed her, there was another accomplice to the crime: religious liberty.
The Koran, alongside all other anti-Christian texts, must be banned and outlawed; the books must be burned and never allowed to have influence in society. Constantine decreed “that if any one shall be detected in concealing a book compiled by Arius, and shall not instantly bring it foreword and burn it, the penalty for this offense shall be death; for immediately after the conviction the criminal shall suffer capital punishment.” (The Emperor’s Letter, in Socrates, 1.9) If only such laws were enacted today, we would not have to deal with as many as the problems as we have now.
St. Gregory of Nysa once said, “The victory of true religion is the death and destruction of idolatry.” So let the victory of Christianity be established. Do not forget, that our civilization was founded upon no sodomite, no Muslim, no feminist wretch, no socialist and no atheist, our civilization was founded upon Jesus Christ, and it will be for, with, under, and in Jesus Christ and His most holy Cross, that we will have victory.
Christ is the foundation and cause of all justice, for St. Paul wrote in his letter to the Romans,
now the righteousness of God apart from the law is revealed, being witnessed by the Law and the Prophets, even the righteousness of God, through faith in Jesus Christ, to all and on all who believe. (Romans 3:21-23)
And so when we fight for Christ and His most divine laws, it will be for justice. Anything against Christ is against justice, and so the destruction and the submission of such evildoers, for whom the ruler “does not bear the sword in vain” (Romans 13:4), is not done for the cause of evil, but for Jesus Christ, Who is the incarnation of Truth and Justice.
Jesus Christ said to His Father:
And the glory which You gave Me I have given them, that they may be one just as We are one: I in them, and You in Me; that they may be made perfect in one, and that the world may know that You have sent Me, and have loved them as You have loved Me. (John 17:22-23)
How then do we obtain this unity and divine union with God? By keeping His commandment. For the glorious Son of God said:
If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him. (John 14:23)
The highest state of love is indicated by obedience to God’s commandments, His Law. And so when a nation dedicates itself to Christ, they will unite themselves with God, and in their obedience, and their zealous exertion and effort and holiness, they will fight and combat the evils amongst them.
To uproot Islam, the sodomites, and every group and organization that wars against Christianity and the Divine Law, is to follow the Law of Love, and is ultimately the most beautiful expression of love for God and for neighbor, on which “hang all the law and the prophets.” (Luke 16:14)
It is love for neighbor because it protects him from harm, both spiritually and physically; it is love for God, for there is only one God and there is no other, and to say that all religions and ideas must be given equal opportunity, is to ask God to step down and to no longer be supreme.
The Apostle said, “the purpose of the commandment is love” (1 Timothy 1:5), and thus the law of God directs all men to acts of love, and this consists of slaying and punishing evildoers. St. Paul continues to say in the same epistle to the blessed Timothy:
But we know that the law is good if one uses it lawfully, knowing this: that the law is not made for a righteous person, but for the lawless and insubordinate, for the ungodly and for sinners, for the unholy and profane, for murderers of fathers and murderers of mothers, for manslayers, for fornicators, for sodomites, for kidnappers, for liars, for perjurers, and if there is any other thing that is contrary to sound doctrine, according to the glorious gospel of the blessed God which was committed to my trust. (1 Timothy 1:9-11)
The law is not made for Christians, for we are made righteous through Jesus Christ, but it is to be imposed on all those who want to remove Christianity from the society, and most definitely this would include the Muslims and the disgusting sodomites. The ones who unite themselves with Christ, who have “been crucified with Christ” (Galatians 2:20), are the ones who partake in holy combat against the devil and his minions.
They will establish His holy commandments, and fight against the forces of evil for the glory of God and His Kingdom. They will eschew the world and cling onto God, for “No one engaged in warfare entangles himself with the affairs of this life” (2 Timothy 2:4). This is the wonderful and sublime outcome of the divine union with the Holy Trinity; this is the aspiration of the warrior monk and the faithful knight; this is the goal of the Christian. As St. Gregory Palamas said:
Thanks to this remembrance, he will come to posses a divine disposition, and cause the soul to progress towards the highest state of all, the love of God. Through this love, he will accomplish the commandments of Him whom he loves, in accord with Scriptures, and will put into practice and acquire a pure and perfect love for his neighbour, something that cannot exist without impassibility.” (Gregory Palamas, The Triads, 1. ii, 19, trans. Nicholas Gendle)
When the holy Moses slaughtered three thousand people for worshipping the idol of the golden calf, it was an act of love. Before he unsheathed the sword he said, “Who is on the Lord’s side? let him come unto me.” And then, “all the sons of Levi gathered themselves together unto him.” (Exodus 32:26) The priests gathered to him, and that is, the teachers of the Law. So when Moses killed for God, he did so for the love of God, and thus for the whole of the Law. St. Gregory of Nyssa affirmed this interpretation, for he rendered the verse as, “If anyone wishes to be the friend of God, let him be a friend of me, the Law”. (St. Gregory of Nyssa, Life of Moses, 2.207) And the purpose of the Law, is love, as the Apostle Paul tells us.
When King Josiah “removed the idolatrous priests” (2 Kings 23:5); when he destroyed “the houses of the sodomites” (2 Kings 23:7); when “he brake in pieces the images, and cut down the groves, and filled their places with the bones of men” (2 Kings 23:14); when he put away “the workers with familiar spirits, and the wizards, and the images, and the idols, and all the abominations” (2 Kings 23:24); when “he defiled Topheth, which is in the valley of the children of Hinnom, that no man might make his son or his daughter to pass through the fire to Molech” (2 Kings 23:10) — when he did all of these noble deeds, they were the highest expression of love.
So then, Christians, do not unite with politicians, but unite with God — unite with your Lord and Master, unite with the Warrior Who won victory for you on the Holy Cross! Unite with the Holy One, obey His commandments, and fight the evildoers so that no longer they will be able to corrupt and attack the Christian foundation of your society.
Will there be suffering? Yes. God Himself suffered for our sakes, and so what makes us so special that we cannot say with St. Paul, “I bear in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus” (Galatians 6:17)? There will be suffering, but this will only be obedience to the Apostle said when he said, “You therefore must endure hardship as a good soldier of Jesus Christ.” (1 Timothy 2:3)
Let us remember the words of Pope Pius II when he, in 1463, cried out against the Christians who were so careless before the face of the Islamic horde:
O stony-hearted and thankless Christians, who can hear of all these things, and yet no wish to die for Him Who died for you!
Will there be martyrs? Yes, there will be many martyrs. But let us remember that when the saints are struck, zeal increases. Keep into your hearts what David said:
It is good for me that I have been afflicted; that I might learn thy statutes. (Psalm 119:21)
Through suffering, we become closer to God, and through martyrdom we obtain divine union with God. When the Jews wanted to kill St. Stephen, he
being full of the Holy Spirit, gazed into heaven and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing at the right hand of God, 56 and said, “Look! I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God!” (Acts 7:55-56)
He saw God, and was united with Him, crying out before his blessed death was completed, “Lord Jesus, receive my spirit.” (Acts 7:59) The divine union for those Who suffer and die was promised by our Master when He said, “Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 5:10)
Those who suffer in the spiritual battlefield will see the Kingdom of Heaven, for they abide by what Christ said, “seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness” (Matthew 6:33). This commandment is the solution to all the travesties that our civilization is now enduring. If we pursued the Kingdom of Heaven and not callous politicians, tell me, would we have Islamic terrorism? Would we have the murder of unborn infants and the onslaught of the sodomites?
No, for these evildoers would receive the sword before they could even inflict their bloodshed. Because in a society where the Kingdom of Heaven is sought out for first and foremost, any idea that is not of God, but of the Antichrist, would be extirpated before their fanatic followers could gain any sort of license for their wickedness and violence.
So I tell you now, Christians, forsake your tolerance and your indifferentism, and pursue the Light, that you may “shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven” (Matthew 5:16), and with its holy illumination, dissipate the darkness so that no more may it try to eclipse the bastions of the Holy Faith.
Let error be destroyed, and let Christian supremacy be established. Let us carry with us the goal of the monastic military Order of Santiago, “to fight under the banner of St. James for the honor of the Church and the propagation of the faith.” (See Michael Walsh, Warriors of the Lord)