“I am scandalised by all these men dying at sea, by the human trafficking, by the mafia networking, by the organised slavery.”
“Christianity is Europe’s last hope,” affirms the Prime Minister of Hungary.
“The danger we face comes from the West, from politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris,” he adds.
A conference speech given two years ago in Wroclaw, Poland, by a founding trustee of The Saint George Educational Trust.
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EU Founding Father Jean Monnet wrote: “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the Super-State without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”
These are troubling times. Europe is apparently on the verge of meltdown. Unable to withstand the heat caused by the growing friction between the European Union and its member states, especially as the former tries to force an open-door immigration policy on its member nations, there are fears that the melting pot might be melting. Such fears have been exacerbated by the rise of the new right, or what many would call the far right, in Europe.
Catholic journalist Iben Thranholm tells it as it is in a wide-ranging video interview about contemporary moral and social problems.
Catholic Euro MP’s held a conference in the European Parliament on 2nd May, 2016, providing “information about the background and current development of the conflict in Syria.”
Amongst the speakers was one of The Saint George Educational Trust founding-trustees, Roberto Fiore, the Syrian Ambassador to Brussels, Ayman Rad, and Fr. Daniel Maes, O.Praem, representing the Monastery of Mar Yakub in Syria.
To send practical aid to the suffering brethren in Syria, whether in goods or in donation money, please visit this link: Monastery of Mar Yakub – Send Money or Goods
Terrorism has no borders and requires unifying all international genuine efforts to overcome it. Combating terrorism is not Syria’s fight alone; the international community should cooperate with Syria as terrorism is considered an ideological tool in the wars that erupted in the Middle East.