Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Archbishop Christodoulos Quoted In Turkish Press

One of the major reasons why the many powerful enemies of our race--England,America,the EU ,and the prevailing Greek political status quo--are so intent on severing the age old bond of church and state in Greece, is because the Church, is the one institution to question the globalization efforts of world jewry -- such as Turkish entry, or rear entry amongst many other abominations that the Greek political establishment hustles for the West. Examining the Turkish Press is a surefire way to find out what the Turks fear most--a Greece with strong religious identity, luckily I will not have to link to the Turkish Press, because an Assyrian site re-published the article:

Greek Orthodox Leader Blasts 'Evil' Ploy to Bring Turkey Into EU


"Posted GMT 2-27-2006 19:10:57
ATHENS -- The head of the Orthodox Church in Greece, Archbishop Christodoulos, on Monday criticised as "evil" European Union member countries' support for Turkey's membership of the bloc."

"In a previous outburst during a priest's consecration ceremony in December, he argued that Greek society risked "going to Israel, or into the hands of the devil" because of its apathy in the face of "evil forces" threatening to "dechristianise" the staunchly Orthodox country."

"The archbishop also stirred up a storm of criticism five years ago, when he said he had discerned "divine wrath" behind the September 11 Al-Qaeda attacks on the United States."

www.turkishpress.com

2 Comments:

Anonymous Otero said...

The father of the greek soul. Christodolou is a fountain of inspiration and strength to nationalists. In the mad house Greece has become, the cacophonous voices emanating from the aberration and abomination of the Soviet Republics of the European Union, Christodolou's messages are like a clarion call to wake up from this nightmare.

10:10 PM  
Blogger EOKA ASSASSIN said...

thankfully in our mother country Greece, that has become a bourdello in everyway due to the pathetic ppl that inhabit it, thankfully there is still sumone lyk Christodolous in Greece.

5:11 AM  

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