This was Santiago de Chile yesterday.

One of the churches was over 150 years old.

While most of the Hispanic world is condemning the actions, one interested party remains silent at this hour: Pope Francis (The Red.)

And nothing from the official Vatican News outlet:


Although we are obviously focused in our internal Lefties, specially coming to an election, this idiocy in Chile and other places shows we are having a coordinated attack across the world.  It is not new, we have seen it as far back as the Anarchists attacks starting at the end of the 19th Century.

I cannot properly express my disgust at the burning of churches.  The Reds enjoy fucking with Christian  houses of prayer since the fat bearded asshole Marx came out with the opium of the masses crap.  There are few places in the 21st Century where one can walk in and find a bit of peace and solace, only to have a few pampered assholes with illusions of “Komissariat” destroy them because it is politically cool.

It is Chile, please substitute helicopters for pallet drops out of C-130s at 5,000 feet.

Update: Now I am really pissed.

Demonstrators loot churches in Chile and burn statues of Jesus in the streets as month-long protest over inequality turns violent


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

9 thoughts on “The Left burns churches in Chile, the Vatican is silent.”
  1. Makes one want to start a crusade. Europe, the US, now SA. I wish I was younger and had the ability to see these beautiful works of art, built only for the chance to show Christ they loved him, before being burnt down.

  2. You must have to remember, the left is never worried about denouncing and condemning people that aren’t going to hit them or kill them, but when it comes to people that will F them up, they are much more likely to keep silence.

    As we’ve heard over and over again, if gun owners or “extreme right-wingers” were as violent and murderous as they claimed, there wouldn’t be anybody left making the claim.”

  3. I want to make it absolutely clear, there have been times when the Church or individual Priests have stood up and made a difference on the side of good. Where we are today, the good parts of our country, in a large part, comes from the good of the Church.

    Just because the head of one faction of the Church says stupid things, or refuses to do certain things, does not take away from all the good the Church does on a regular basis.

    I notice that in many cases, it is the local church groups that are there first when something bad happens. It is the local church that runs the food pantry. It is the local church that runs a women’s shelter.

  4. I was just looking at the image of the statue of Jesus about to be burned and noticing how good the art was. Of course I didn’t get really good details, but still it was pretty good.

    Yet a few years ago, a woman decided to “restore” a fresco and did a horrid job of it.

    People the world over were rightfully upset about the destruction of a piece of art. Maybe not so much about a piece of church art, but they were upset.

    Why can’t the be upset about the destruction of this art? What makes it so different?

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