Fr. Piero Gheddo:
“Christians are creating a religious vacuum
that is being filled by Islam”
Folks, it’s Europeans themselves that are creating the conditions for the eventual extermination of European culture and civilization. It’s interesting to see a Catholic priest, from the Vatican no less, giving voice to what we in the Counterjihad movement have been warning about for years. The hierarchy within the Catholic church are notorious for trying to ride the wave of Islamization as a sort of momentum to cause a resurgence for respect for religion in Europe, but it’s come at a cost to their own base.
Perhaps now there is a new wind blowing from the Vatican that seeks to encourage Europeans to embrace their religious heritage to offset the damage mass immigration of Muslim immigrants to Europe has caused. Only time will tell whether this was a lone priest speaking or a new course that the Vatican big wigs are plotting. KGS
Daily Mail: European Christians should have more children to stop the continent becoming ‘Islamised’, a senior Vatican official has suggested.
Father Piero Gheddo said the low birth rate of indigenous Europeans combined with a huge wave of Muslim migrants with large families would ‘sooner or later’ see Europe dominated by Islam.
Italian Father Gheddo is a highly respected figure from the Vatican’s Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions, a society of missionaries.
He blamed Christians for failing to live up to their own beliefs and creating a ‘religious vacuum’ which was being filled by Islam.
‘The challenge must be taken seriously,’ he said.
‘Certainly from a demographic point of view, as it is clear to everyone that Italians are decreasing by 120,000 or 130,000 persons a year because of abortion and broken families – while among the more than 200,000 legal immigrants a year in Italy, more than half are Muslims and Muslim families, which have a much higher level of growth.’
He added: ‘If we consider ourselves a Christian country, we should return to the practice of Christian life, which would also solve the problem of empty cradles.’