Then all of a sudden, as Holy Week begins . . .

. . . Notre Dame burns, instantly wiping the Assange arrest spotlight off the world stage. Coincidence? Hardly.


Meanwhile, youtube mixed up Notre Dame with 9/11 . . .

Youtube thinks Notre Dame burning down is footage of 9/11

Life imitates youtube algorithm?

Is this France’s 9/11?

The world’s finest: magnificent 900-year-old gothic cathedral, constructed over the course of 200 years, the pride of European culture and Roman Catholicism, burning, burning, the reputation of this church despoiled by rampant pedophilia and worse.


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4 Responses to Then all of a sudden, as Holy Week begins . . .

  1. Kieron says:

    Whether or not it’s connected to Assange, and aside from the loss of art and artifacts and the damage to a venerable structure, consider that this is “Tax Day” in the US. Cathedrals located throughout Europe were designed by the church to extract money from the faithful. Likewise the tax system in the US has been designed by, well we all know who, to extract wealth from the laborer and the worker.

    Let the leeches, and their leeching ways, end.

    • Ann Kreilkamp says:

      Wow! Great catch. Thanks.

      • Kieron says:

        If I may expand on this… by way of a person I admire very much, whose blog entry for today, April 17, pointed out other ways to view this fire.

        “Does the Sacred Feminine want any institution to containing her, even when it is a beautiful container? Did the structure of Notre Dame express her? Did it ever express her? Was this fire an example of the Sacred Feminine rising up like a Phoenix from the ashes, unbound and free? Does this fire remind us that any binding no matter how beautiful is still a binding? Or is this fire pure tragedy?”

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