Notre Dame In Flames . . . Christianity In Ruins

Lasha Darkmoon – April 16, 2019

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The world weeps for Notre Dame . . . 800 years of history have been reduced to rubble and cinders, to dust and ashes . . . Paris will never be the same again. 
The only question we need to ask right now is: are there any people out there who do NOT weep at the destruction of one of Europe’s greatest landmarks?—an architectural wonder that has remained a symbol of the Christian spirit for centuries, a hymn in stone to deathless beauty?
Are there any twisted souls out there who rejoice, who  secretly lick their lips in gloating, at this incendiary rape and ravin of Our Lady of Paris? 

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Dr Lasha Darkmoon (b.1978) is an Anglo-American ex-academic with higher degrees in Classics whose political articles and poems have been translated into several languages. Most of her political essays can be found at The Occidental Observer and The TruthSeeker. Her own website,, is now within the top 1 percent of websites in the world according to the Alexa ranking system.

10 responses to “Notre Dame In Flames . . . Christianity In Ruins”

  1. Briliant article on the tragedy.
    i wonder who was behind the bombing and burning of the wooden German dormitory towns, the USS liberty, 7 /7 and 9 11 ?
    Leviticus 6:9
    Command Aaron and his sons, saying, This is the law of the burnt offering: It is the burnt offering, because of the burning upon the altar all night unto the morning, and the fire of the altar shall be burning in it.
    Jews always do a burnt offering, they were behind the burning of witches, and the great fire of london to clear the way for their bank of England the Royal mint law courts and masonic temple etc
    Sheik imran hosein who is a prophet and revered by muslim and christian alike
    quotes from the bible that israel will bring the fire on itself and will be destroyed by the fire. This is why so many jews are moving to S america

  2. What supports the view that we need to lament the demise of Christianity, as if Christianity will cure us of our ills? I take no pleasure in the destruction of the Notre Dame, no less than Dresden in WW2. Yet, what is so great about the Christian religion? It’s roots are found in the dubious tales told in the Old Testament by (((people))) we know are good at telling stories? Then, the main actor appears little in history, apart from the contradictory Gospels in The Bible. Then factor in the machinations of Constantine, and others. Why see this narrative as one worth anything? I’d like to hear people’s opinions, provided that The Bible isn’t invoked. It is what it is, but claiming its authority based on its own authority is a bit like believing a liar because he says he is telling the truth. Is Christianity, really, not just another ruse to deceive people?

  3. What is so great about the Christian religion? IMHO, the words attributed to “the main
    actor”. That is the authority, translated any which way, STILL profound brilliance,
    you know, 2,000 years later. No matter who twists what, no ruse, still here.

  4. Another Non Weeper of Notre Damn Here: And For Good Reason

    Let’s get some facts in here first. Notre Dame was a derelict building for most of its history, until Napoleon Bonaparte and Victor Hugo later in the 19th century restored the church. In fact, it wasn’t a church in the 18th century, it was used as a dilapidated wine warehouse.

    Considering all the problems that France has with its economy, the last thing it needs to do is spend money on a church. How is rebuilding a 800 year old church going to help economically? It isn’t. Let the Catholic Church waste its money on rebuilding it. Besides, there is no way to rebuild it back to its old form. Something like 50 acres of wood that was dug up around Paris, some 800 years ago, was used to build its roof. You going to chop down another 50 acres of trees for a damn church! AGAIN!

    Frankly, it would be better to tear down the damn thing and build something more useful. We can’t keep things that are old for ever. Everything, including churches have to be let go, some time or another. Wasting money on a church is not going to help the economy of France.

    Tear down the rest of the cathedral and build something useful!

    Notre Dame’s Time Has Come: Its Time For It To Go!!

  5. Because no one has held Israel responsible for JFK assassination or the USS Liberty, the Zionists felt free to take down the WTC and all the other assorted false flags.

    Let’s not forget that ISIS (Israeli Secret Intelligence Service) destroyed important archeological sites in Iraq.

    Let’s not forget that Magna PLC, a Zionist security firm, is the prime suspect behind Fukushima which poisoned the Pacific Ocean.

    So now they did Notre Dame. Will the Christian world rise up and revolt against the Zionist hellmonger thugs? No?

    Then the terror will continue until everything you hold dear is destroyed.


    LEST WE FORGET – Rabbi Bentzi Gopstein: “All Churches Must Be Destroyed”
    “Rabbi Ben-Zion Gopstein is a follower of Rabbi Meir Kahane, the founder of the terrorist group Jewish Defense League (JDL). He is in charge of the Lehava group (LeMeniat Hitbolelut B’eretz HaKodesh, for prevention of assimilation in the Holy Land), a group implicated in many crimes and offenses, but protected by the government.
    In a context of increasing attacks against churches, he was questioned Friday during a debate on the cult of idols. When asked if he was sympathetic to church fires, he replied quoting Moses Maimonides:

    “Of course … did Maimonides ask to destroy them, yes or no? Idolatry must be destroyed”

    [Moses Maimonides] is a Jewish extremist, considered the “second Moses of Judaism”. Arrived in Spain in the vans of the Arab invader, he had defiled the land of Europe before spreading his lies and his insults in North Africa.
    Bentzi Gophstein went on to say that he was ready to go to jail for fifty years if he committed such a crime. He thus conforms to the ‘halakha’, the Jewish law, which contains in it all the anti-Christian, anti-European hatred of the deicide people.

    Rest my case ! No further comments are needed !

  7. ” The only question we need to ask right now is: are there any people out there who do NOT weep at the destruction of one of Europe’s greatest landmarks? ”

    James 5:1 Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come
    upon you.

    Revelation 5:5 And one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not: behold, the Lion of the
    tribe of Juda, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book, and to loose
    the seven seals thereof.

    Romans 14:11 For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me,
    and every tongue shall confess to God.

    The time has come, the time of judgment, take heed.

    The faithful witness

    Source: “Believers Information Network”

  8. Respect everybody’s religion and offence, but I am always putting the question to myself when reading the bible somethimes, who wrote this pamflet, or book?
    What interests are playing in it and for whom?

    When reading you may ask why is mankind permanently punished if not doing what the book says but the nicety is after every punishment the writer(s) tell its reader from time to time that their God is good?

    Quite a book i’d say.

  9. In answer to George: The problem with the words attributed to Jesus in the Bible is that many can be found in the works of earlier writers and thinkers. They may have worth, but they do not make Christianity, as such, great. Much, if not all, of Christianity is fake – sun worship dressed in different clothes, for example. Consider “Sunday”, and the dates on which the religion celebrates it’s two most important happenings, Christmas and Easter. The sun is also known as the god that walks on water. I write these things not in disrespect to believers (I used to be one), but to offer some insights my own research has turned up. Religions are not there to enlighten us, but to hold us back. The word religion comes from a Latin word meaning to “rein in”, the very opposite of “to free”, or even enlighten. Thus, we shouldn’t expect them to take us forward in any way.

  10. I see no problem with the words attributed to JC, but I do see one with the “interpretation”
    even what his own disciples thought they knew. For instance, “beware the leaven..” and
    “it’s because we have no bread..”. Knowing (from the latin gnocere) should and does
    mean “certainty”; probabilities, assumptions, almost certainly, don’t really cut it.
    It’s either know or don’t know, too often we deceive ourselves by thinking we know,
    and if we think we know, we definitely don’t.