No longer should we be saying “Je suis Charlie Hebdo,” but Je suis Charles Martel.
A good follower of ours, named Rico, courteously sent us this photo after this article was written, and needs to be the banner and motto of the new movement calling for the restoration of Christendom:
Charles Martel was the valiant and glorious Christian warrior who defeated the Muslims in the Battle of Tours in the Middle Ages. He fought the Muslims and repulsed them when they were trying to destroy the wonderful Basilica of St Denis. He saved and protected the basilica, and ultimately all of Christendom.
If we identify ourselves with the heroes of Christendom, then no longer will this be a secular debate that can shift and change depending on the opinion of the government or the society, but an eternal and cosmic battle with a divine foundation, the Lord Almighty Who said, “I am the Lord, I change not” (Malachi 3:6).
It is when we unify ourselves with God and His holy war against the devil, that no longer we will change and squirm, or runaway from our enemies, but stand our ground, firm and impenetrable, zealously following the words of St. Peter, “We ought to obey God rather than men.” (Acts 5:29)
In earliest days of Christianity, the Christians desired “that at the least the shadow of Peter passing by might overshadow some of them.” (Acts 5:15) This fact shows the preeminence of St. Peter in the Church, and how the Christians placed themselves under the authority of St. Peter. My only hope is to see Christian nations once again desire to touch that very shadow of St. Peter.
It is when this zeal will be revived that the nations that once were Christian will against bring themselves back into the fold of Christendom and defend Christians from the slaughter, as oppose to going crazy over some God hating journalists.
Muslims in the country of Niger burned down 61 Christian churches just within the weekend. Where are the idiots who were holding up pens in France, gathering together to hold up their silly pens for these poor Christians who were killed and whose churches were destroyed?
I did a whole video on this horrific story that most people have ignored:
From the report on this story:
Picture this: You go to church one Sunday. You worship God, hear an inspiring message, pray, talk to friends and then you leave, hoping to return the following week. Unfortunately, when you return, your church has been burned to the ground by protesters.
That’s exactly what happened to 61 churches in Niger over the weekend, says missionary Neal Childs who’s working there. “Last week, churches all across the nation went on without any idea that churches would be burned.”
The world wants us to accept this trend of “Je suis Charlie Hebdo (I am Charlie Hebdo).” But why are we identifying ourselves with reprobates who are haters of God? We need to identify ourselves with the heroes of Christendom. We should be declaring, not Je suis Charlie Hebdo, but Je suis Charles Martel, the great Christian warrior who defeated the Muslims in the Battle of Tours.