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“Those we are helping now can give us the greatest help in saving Europe. We are giving persecuted Christians what they need: homes, hospitals, and schools, and we receive in return what Europe needs most: a Christian faith, love and perseverance.” – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, quoted by Giulio Meotti in “Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán: Europe’s solitary defender of persecuted Christians” – Gatestone Institute, December 15th, 2019.
“Present-day Jews are laughing up their sleeve over the foolish Christians and their ‘love thy neighbor’ and ‘turn the other cheek’; and of course, they are right there, first in line, ready to exploit that love.” – Thomas Dalton, “Racially conscious Whites and Christianity” – National Vanguard, December 18th, 2019.
“Last year’s Christmas special, Jesus was portrayed as a sadistic, homicidal, hedonistic drunkard who hated to pray and no one bothered… Now that he’s harmless and gay, the world has fallen. It’s atrophying the brain.” – Historian Murilo Cleto, quoted by Quinn Patrick in “New gay Jesus film on Netflix sparks outrage” – The Post Millennial, December 13th, 2019.
“Ms. Shaw’s view is the opposite of inclusive and tolerant. She is pressing for people to live in a homogenous – not diverse – community of belief in nothing. A lack of belief of any kind does not require tolerance. It is emptiness… There is nothing to be against when there is nothing to be for.” – Jerry Agar, “A truly diverse society allows people to celebrate Christmas” – Toronto Sun, December 2nd, 2019.
“I deplore that the simple reminder of the birth of Jesus and the values it conveys (welcoming the stranger, announcing peace, and a sign of tenderness that we all need) is no longer respected in our country and even arouses acts of verbal and physical violence by those who set themselves up as defenders of freedom.” – Archbishop of Toulouse Robert Le Gall, quoted by Chris Tomlinson in “French leftists label children in Nativity play fascists” – Breitbart, December 18th, 2019.