The Croatian Roman Catholic Church defended the honor of Jesus Christ over the weekend as they successfully pressured the Croatian government to ban a blasphemous play set to have launched in the country this week.
Oliver Frljic’s play Our Violence and Your Violence had already been shown in theatres elsewhere in Europe, but despite being met with strong opposition in Poland, it would be his native Croatia that eventually succeeded in banning his sick and blasphemous play aimed at promoting mass immigration and open borders for European countries.
The scene that particularly triggered the church depicted Jesus as raping a Muslim woman. Representatives from the Split-Makarska archdiocese openly condemned the play as “offensive to God, man and nation.” They thereby succeeded in pressuring the government to ban the play.
One particular positive from this victory was the uncucked way in which the Church engaged in this battle. The modernist notion of human rights, to the detriment of mankind, categorically and altogether excludes the idea of sin, i.e. an offense against God. Yet this did not deter the Church from noting that the first and foremost problem with the play was exactly that. Also praiseworthy is the nationalistic sentiment expressed by noting the play’s offensiveness to the Croatian nation in particular.
This play is yet another contemporary example displaying the interrelatedness of cultural Marxism and the agenda of the Antichrist. Aggressive open-borders cultural Marxists like Frljic are nothing short of Satan’s minions.
Let us take heart from this noteworthy and concrete victory for Christendom and confidently and victoriously move forward onto the next battlefield with the full armor of God.