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750 Yrs Ago A Philosopher Gave A Dire Warning About Islam & It’s EXACTLY What’s Happening NOW

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In the thirteenth century, a well-known and revered philosopher gave a sinister warning about the growth of Islam and its basic teaching. Over 750 years later, his words ring so true, it’s as if someone wrote them yesterday — and it’s exactly what Muslims and their leftist lap-dogs are desperate to hide.

As an influx of migrants and refugees flood Europe, those who’ve studied their history are seeing the threat of the Muslim Conquests all over again. Fortunately, the uprising of the Caliphate was squashed with a few pertinent battles during the Crusades, but not before Muhammadans made their way across Europe, Asia, and Africa, slaughtering over 270 million non-Muslims and enslaving millions along the way.

Of course, most were never taught in school that Muslims have killed more people than any other group, wars, or natural disasters in history. However, if future generations were to learn the striking words of St. Thomas Aquinas, perhaps we wouldn’t be experiencing the butchery, rape, or terrorism inherent in all Muslim countries.

Aquinas wrote about the life-threatening virus known as Muhammadanism between AD 1258 and 1264, and his words have never been more appropriate than they are right now. According to his Summa contra Gentiles, the timeless theologian and philosopher expressed his disgust and concern over the effects of Islam on men, as Breitbart points out.

“The point is clear in the case of Muhammad. He seduced the people by promises of carnal pleasure to which the concupiscence of the flesh goads us. His teaching also contained precepts that were in conformity with his promises, and he gave free rein to carnal pleasure.” More

 

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