April 18, 2019
The filthy kike media is celebrating the burning of Notre Dame, even as they tell us that it was all some kind of bizarre accident and anyone who thinks otherwise is a whacked out conspiracy theorist no better than the people who thought the media was lying about Donald Trump being a KGB agent.
Because of course.
Over the course of the past few centuries, the cathedral has played a role in major historical events, from the coronation of kings to the crowning of Napoleon to the requiem mass of President Charles de Gaulle. And Notre Dame has served as a symbol of not just French historical identity, but Catholicism in general. “It has a double meaning,” says Jean-Robert Armogathe, a French Catholic priest and historian who served as the chaplain at Notre Dame from 1980 to 1985. “It has been the center of Catholic life and of France for 800 years.” As Armogathe points out, it is also quite literally the center of Paris: a gold star outside the cathedral marks Point Zero, the supposed center of the city.
But for some people in France, Notre Dame has also served as a deep-seated symbol of resentment, a monument to a deeply flawed institution and an idealized Christian European France that arguably never existed in the first place. “The building was so overburdened with meaning that its burning feels like an act of liberation,” says Patricio del Real, an architecture historian at Harvard University. If nothing else, the cathedral has been viewed by some as a stodgy reminder of “the old city — the embodiment of the Paris of stone and faith — just as the Eiffel Tower exemplifies the Paris of modernity, joie de vivre and change,” Michael Kimmelmann wrote for the New York Times.
Patricio del Real is some kind of Mexican.
Could be a crypto-kike, looking at his face.
You can email him and ask him:
Or visit his office and ask for an appointment:
2 Arrow Street 3rd FL Office 326
Whatever. Doesn’t matter. The point was, the Jew media was looking for an “expert” to quote who would say “actually, it’s good this piece of European history is destroyed, because it is symbolic of destroying old Europe, which never even existed anyway.”
On one thing though, they are correct: Notre Dame has little if any connection to modern France.
You can’t really argue with that.
However, their attempt to say that “Christian Europe never existed” is just pure evil.
It did exist.
Kikes have taken away our present, and destroyed our future, but they cannot erase the past.
And we will have our revenge.