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Friday, April 20, 2018

Stop the Ban in France on Public Catholic Images

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Read in the original French HERE.

In recent weeks, a series of court decisions banishing the town halls and crosses from our public squares suggest that the courts have declared war on our Christian roots.

What is the purpose of all this? To please Islamists who are disturbed by Christian symbols?

If they dare to forbid crèches and remove the martyrs, what will be the next step? Will they demand that bells stop ringing and processions be confined to churches?

That's enough ! Stop the ayatollahs of secularism who play the game of Islam!

React by signing the letter below addressed to the highest authorities of the State. [Click HERE to sign the petition]


Mr. President of the Republic,

Prime Minister,

Madam the Minister of Justice,

As you know, a series of court decisions suggests that the courts have declared war on our Christian roots.

The banishment of Christmas cribs and the hunting of crosses testify to the installation of a deeply anti-Christian climate in France.

This is all the more disturbing as Islamic street prayers are tolerated by the Ministry of the Interior and some of the people, notably Mrs. Hidalgo in Paris, celebrate Ramadan in their town halls with complete peace of mind.

A large majority of French people, including me, are scandalized by this double standard and deeply opposed to putting our Christian heritage under the bushel.

This situation is all the more worrying since radical Islam is proliferating throughout France, taking advantage of a spiritual and cultural desert that provokes despair and the quest for meaning, especially among the youngest.

It is national cohesion and the very future of our children that are at stake today.

With thousands of supporters of Avenir de la Culture, I want to express my just indignation against this anti-Christian climate and ask you to do everything possible to stop it immediately.

I beg you to believe, Mr. President of the Republic, Prime Minister and the Minister of Justice, to my high and vigilant consideration.

Click HERE to sign the petition!


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