The Lutheran church in Germany has joined up with the Roman Catholic Church in that country to formally promote and encourage the nonwhite—and overwhelmingly Muslim—invasion of Europe, a move which will ultimately lead to the destruction of both of those confessions through demographic displacement.
The head of the German Lutheran church, more properly known as the Evangelical Church in Germany (Evangelische Kirche in Deutschland, or EKD), Bishop Heinrich Bedford-Strohm, and the chairman of the Catholic German Bishops’ Conference (Deutsche Bischofskonferenz), Cardinal Reinhard Marx, were both personally present to welcome and shake hands with the invaders at Munich station over the past weekend.
According to a press release issued by the German Bishops’ Conference on September 5, 2015, the two “top representatives of the two major churches in Germany welcomed newly-arrived refugees at Munich Central Station.”
Cardinal Marx described as a “disgrace” what he called “xenophobia in Germany,” and went on to urge violence against anyone who dared oppose the invasion, labelling them all as “Nazis.” He said, according to the press release, “I will physically hurt anybody I see giving the Hitler salute or shouting Nazi slogans.”
As the “Hitler salute” and “Nazi slogans” are illegal in Germany, and almost never seen, even at gatherings of right wingers in that country, the Catholic leader was obviously referring to anyone who he would interpret as having those sentiments—in other words, anyone who would dare speak out against the nonwhite invasion of Europe. “Being xenophobic and being Catholic does not go together,” Cardinal Marx declared.
Meanwhile, the supreme head of the Catholic Church, Argentinian-born Pope Francis, has called on every Catholic parish religious community, monastery, and sanctuary to take in one invader family, saying that the Vatican would lead the way by opening its doors to two such families.
Addressing a crowd at the Vatican just prior to his departure to America (where he is expected to make a public call to allow the invasion of the US by millions of central and South American nonwhites to continue and be legalized), Francis said that “the gospel calls us to be close to the smallest and to those who have been abandoned. Sheltering a refugee family will be seen as a concrete act of preparation” for the Jubilee Year of Mercy beginning in December, he added.
A press release issued by the Evangelical Church’s relief agency “Diakonie Emergency Aid in Germany” on July 23, 2015, blamed white people for the flood of invaders, even ascribing the flood of sub-Saharan Africans to “western economic policies, along with western-driven climate change and weapons exports” for the chaos in Africa.
President of the Protestant relief agency, Cornelia Füllkrug-Weitzel, said in the statement that the European Union must “create legal routes to Europe” and that “blocking the maritime route to Europe would only lead to refugees taking the terrestrial route via the Balkan countries.”
She added that the discussion “about ‘economic refugees’ missed the point. The people who had been turned into refugees by western economic policies, along with western-driven climate change and weapons exports, also had economic reasons for fleeing.”
She also specifically rejected a policy of special assistance to Christians fleeing from Islamic countries. “As a humanitarian relief agency, the organization was committed to freedom from discrimination,” she said.
The irony of this position is, of course, that, along with declining numbers of Christians in Germany in particular and Europe in general (as native Europeans become increasingly secular), a declining European birthrate, and a boosted Muslim birthrate thanks to the mass invasion policies these churches are so eagerly advocating, Christianity in Europe is set to be extinguished within two or three generations.
By adopting a pro-invasion stance, these churches are therefore effectively writing their own death warrants.