In a shock move, a migrant from Africa gave at least 20 women in Iceland HIV. Right now he has been taken into custody but they still are processing his refugee asylum request according to a recent report:
The man arrested yesterday on the suspicion of having infected numerous young women with the HIV virus claims that he did not know that he was HIV positive. The man is an asylum seeker in Iceland.
This has been confirmed by his lawyer Guðmundína Ragnarsdóttir who is appealing a verdict of a four-week long custody.
Ragnarsdóttir cannot confirm at this time whether or not the man underwent the neccessary medical examinations required by asylum seekers. Another lawyer is processing his asylum application.
Two women have been confirmed to have been infected with the virus and nearly twenty more are awaiting test results.
According to Kristín Völundardóttir at the Directorate of Immigration, an asylum seeker has between 1 to 5 days after he has sought asylum in Iceland until he is summoned for a medical examination. (source)
What this man did was evil, and what the society is doing by ostensibly allowing him to stay in Iceland is also evil. However, there is also another evil here that nobody is talking about because nobody dares to ask the question: How did he sleep with 20 or more different women?
Not raped- invited
If these women were actually raped in the real sense of the word- that he forced himself to have sex with them against their will- it would be in the news. After all what could be a better story today? Again this has nothing to do with justifying their actions, but given how intense the situation in Europe is with the migrants and how there is such a wave of well-earned dislike for them, if this was an actual case of rape something would have been said by now about it.
This means we have to conclude the obvious fact- these women were choosing to sleep with this man. They were not raped or assaulted. They willingly opened their legs to him when he asked him to, and not only that, these women allow him to ejaculate inside of them. Not just one woman did this, but at least 20 different women at least 20 different times.
There is a migration crisis taking place in Europe, but at the same time there is a moral crisis going on that is even larger than the refugee crisis because it was the moral crisis that allowed for the refugee crisis to take place. This is not a new crisis, but something that has been going on in Europe for almost 500 years since the Protestant Revolution mortally fractured Christendom, leading to its eventual death in the 18th century. As we have constantly pointed out, the Protestant Revolution was not about “abuses in the Catholic Church”- the abuses were simply pressure points used by the revolutionaries of the time to overthrow the authority of the Church in society. The issue of the Revolution was whether or not the authority of the civil government was superior to that of God and could control morality. This was at the center of all of the Protestant Revolutions and later the French Revolution, since the essence was to place the authority of the Church as subject to or indistinguishable from the authority of the Government instead of distinguished from it as the barrier between the government and the people.
Christendom has been dead in Europe for at least two centuries, and in mortal decline for three centuries before that. Fragmented based on ideas of nationalism, poisoned by the errors of heresy, saturated with the remnants of wealth earned by ages past, content with rejecting God and living a life of luxury, the Europe of today is the sum of the sins of the past. It is like this for all men, for what we choose today shapes who we become tomorrow, and for good or for evil. Is it possible the Europe would turn back to Christ and there would be a massive conversion that would reshape the future? Certainly all things are possible with God, but God also asks the cooperation of man’s free will.
God created all the races, but righteousness before Him are those who love Him and do His will
Christendom has declined in all the nations of Europe, but some more so than others. While all of the Nordic countries are comparatively speaking the most advanced in their apostasy, Iceland likely has the most pronounced decline, not only having revolted against the Church during the Revolution, but today having effectively returned to literal nordic paganism. The country boasts only 330,000 people, yet it has one of the highest abortion rates in Europe with 100% of all children with Down’s Syndrome being murdered before birth. It is also home of VAKUR, an organization we have exposed as a front group for a National Socialist group with connection to the Nazi and satanic undergrounds in Europe that we have exposed in an extensive investigation. The apostasy is so bad that nobody in Iceland believes that God created the Earth:
If you happen to have the chance to talk to young Icelanders about their religious beliefs, be prepared for a surprise. Exactly zero percent of respondents in a recent survey said they believe that God created the Earth.
Only 20 years ago, nearly 90 percent of all Icelanders were religious believers. Today, less than 50 percent are.
With its growing number of non-believers, Iceland is distinct from much of the rest of the world, as a recent Gallup International and WI Network of Market Research poll found. In fact, internationally, those younger than 34 tended to be more religious than older citizens — especially in Africa and the Middle East, where eight out of 10 people consider themselves to be religious.
In the United States, a 2014 Gallup poll found that 28 percent of Americans between 18 and 29 said they believed that God created “humans in present form within the last 10,000 years.” The numbers might not be directly comparable because some Christians believe both in the Big Bang theory and God’s role. But even as the number of young believers in the United States declines, Christianity has maintained a strong influence there. (source)
People in Iceland do not believe in God. That country, while it once had a Christian past, is now completely pagan.
God came to save men from their sins, and as the Bible states, salvation is through Christ and no other name. As God Himself says:
For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life.
“Indeed, God did not send the Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him. Those who believe in him are not condemned; but those who do not believe are condemned already, because they have not believed in the name of the only Son of God. And this is the judgment, that the light has come into the world, and people loved darkness rather than light because their deeds were evil. -John 3:16-19
The real crisis in Iceland is not the migrant crisis. It is the apostasy from the faith and its return to paganism. Yet this is just one nation of scarcely a third of a million people, let alone the millions more people across Europe and the world who have followed in their example.
The migrants are causing many problems and must be dealt with. But the more pressing issue to address is the spiritual rot that has overtaken Europe and the world, for millions of people are literally staring into the face of eternal damnation by their rejection of Christ.
HIV is serious. It is a death sentence for this life. But rejecting Christ is a death sentence for eternity. That means a million years from now, those who reject Christ will be in hell.
Ten million years.
A hundred million years.
So choose your priorities wisely in this life. You only get one chance. An HIV infected migrant spreading disease definitely needs to be dealt with, but HIV dies upon death. The apostasy issue is far more pressing, because that disease continues on forever and unless cured now there is no cure.