Diversity Macht Frei
September 12, 2017
Not all high officials in the Catholic church support invasionism. Here are extracts from an interview with Gyula Márfi, Archbishop of Veszprém in Hungary.
What dangers does migration bring?
I see the greatest danger in the fact that some of Europe’s leaders – and unfortunately part of the population – have renounced the Ten Commandments, they have damaged the moral foundations and as a result they have lost common sense, they are blind. In the sacred scriptures it says several times that God punishes persons with bigotry. For example in the Letter to the Ephesians we can read: “Having the understanding darkened, being alienated from the life of God through the ignorance that is in them, because of the blindness of their heart:” Some of Europe’s leaders are characterised by this blindness. We are in the era of Caligula, Claudio and Nero, in the epoch of the decadence of the Roman Empire. In the name of tolerance we invite intolerance, in the name of freedom of religion we invite a totalitarian political system, in the name of multiculturalism we invite the Muslim mob that rejects our Christian culture. In the name of multiculturalism we invite a monoculture. In the name of pluralism we announce the ideology of gender, to cancel the difference between the sexes. These are all contradictions that demonstrate that whoever supports them has lost reason, and is in conflict with themselves. Last Sunday at Mass I quoted Daniel Berzsenyi: “The foundation, the base of any country/ is clean morality which, if it decays: / Rome crumbles and become slavery.” These lines today principally refer to Europe and there is a danger that “Europe crumbles and becomes slavery”. At the same time there are encouraging signs because a Christian can never be a pessimist.