Short memories and divided loyalties

Recently we learned about Deputy Fuhrer Jayda’s attitude to paedophiles like Oberstfuhrer John Broomfield. Today we examine her confused attitude to religion and religious persecution.

Jayda’s a Roman Catholic, or so she claims. Roman Catholics believe in high mass, regular confession of sins, priestly absolution and the need for a clerical class to act as intermediary between man and God. These are some of the many things that Martin Luther objected to (protested about) when he began the protestant movement by nailing a piece of paper to the door of Reims cathedral. The subsequent conflict raged for centuries between Catholics and Protestants and still continues today, especially in Ireland where Jayda’s own organisation is very definitely on the side of the Protestants.

These people consider the Pope (who according to Jayda’s religion is the ‘vicar of Christ’ & ‘God’s earthly spokesman’) to be the antichrist, even Satan himself. These are the people who in bygone years accused Roman Catholics of child abuse, of worshipping false idols and who spread fears of Catholics ‘taking over the world’ due to their aggressive evangelism and higher than average birth rate.

Such fears, slights and slanders were wrong, as Deputy Fuhrer “Dutchy” Fransen must know only too well. She must be very well aware of the appalling treatment British Catholics received as a result of these lies too. And as a good Roman Catholic she cannot fail to have heard the arguments against persecution and religious intolerance.

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And yet Fraulein Fransen seems determined to commit the same slanders and encourage the same atrocities against British Muslims. Far from learning the lesson of history she seems determined to repeat the same mistake in our own time.

It seems unthinkable that a Roman Catholic with all that history behind her could be party to such intolerance and malice. Unless of course Deputy Fuhrer Fransen really doesn’t have a clue what she’s talking about.

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