Anti-Catholic Attacks in Ireland

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Catholic Arena | May 13, 2023

Ireland’s politicians have remained completely silent this week as anti Catholic terrorists struck a number of locations with Satanic intent.

In one demonic attack, thugs invaded the crypt at the deconsecrated grounds of St. Mary’s Cathedral in Elphin, Co. Roscommon.

The sick weirdos were reported to have grabbed the skeletons of those inside and left ‘trampled, broken and thrown about the floor’ with alcohol bottles thrown on top of them.

In the parish of Springfield in Tallaght, thugs decapitated a statue of our lady and smashed up the head that had been removed.

The attacks come as part of two broader cultural trends.

One is the rampant anti Catholicism peddled by Irish politicians and journalists. One left wing politician even foamed at the mouth to his followers as he screamed ‘Get them out!’ regarding Catholics. The vitriol levelled at Catholics cannot be underestimated.

The second is a widening deGaelicisation in the wider culture, which regards any aspect of Ireland’s past as defective.

This particular narrative has led to not just attacks on churches, including a recent attempted arson attack on an altar in Kerry, but also on ancient pre Christian sites such as the 1,500 year old stone at the Hill of Tara, which was daubed with the word ‘fake’.

One monuments expert was quoted in Irish media recently as saying:

Quote:It’s already infesting our towns and cities, but this is attacking a monument of huge historical and mythological significance to one of the things that unify us – our ancient Irish culture that is part of our national identity

We’re seeing it’s an absolute scourge in our cities and larger towns on historic things, particularly when you get a stone like granite – once it’s sprayed with these horrible aerosols, it’s much more difficult to remove.

Most interestingly, he stated:

Quote:It’s not just archaeological, historic monuments being targeted, there’s increasing concern about graveyards and cemeteries.

There been some very unpleasant cases of gravestones; these would be tombs in graveyards in active use by their family members.

This isn’t just about Tara, Ireland is blessed and enriched with a great legacy of monuments, from ancient tombs to medieval churches

With emigration climbing to new heights, homelessness increasing and now street battles between far left militants in shanty towns with young locals, there is a very bleak darkness being cast over post Catholic Ireland.
"So let us be confident, let us not be unprepared, let us not be outflanked, let us be wise, vigilant, fighting against those who are trying to tear the faith out of our souls and morality out of our hearts, so that we may remain Catholics, remain united to the Blessed Virgin Mary, remain united to the Roman Catholic Church, remain faithful children of the Church."- Abp. Lefebvre

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