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‘Muslims Want To Eradicate Christianity’ And Conquer Europe Claims Potential Next Pope

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 14, 2016

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Sacrifice! Allah will accept your sacrifice! Here, we will sacrifice the agents of the Cross!

EVERY ****BRITISH POLITICIAN*** and EVERY **BRITISH TRADE UNIONIST** and EVERY BRITISH SO CALLED HUMAN RIGHTS DEMONSTATOR AND EVERY EMPLOYEE OF THE*** BBC***. should by law made to watch this VIDEO and see what these murderering so called religious, evil creature-monsters are doing to human beings.

MUSLIMS want to eradicate Christianity and conquer Europe – the Catholic cardinal tipped to be the next POPE has incredibly claimed.

Austrian Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gave the unexpected warning on Sunday during a special celebration for the Church festival “Holy Name of Mary”.

According to the Archdiocese of Vienna, the Cardinal said: “Will there be an Islamic conquest of Europe? Many Muslims want that and say: Europe is at its end.”

He asked God to have mercy on Europe and to show mercy to its people, which he said “are in danger of forfeiting our Christian heritage.”

Cardinal Schoenborn, who is also the Archbishop of Vienna, explained that people could already feel this loss, “not only economically, but above all, in human and religious matters.”

The statement by the Carnival came as many places across Austria have been commemorating the 333th anniversary of the Battle of Vienna.

During the battle in 1683, combined Christian forces defeated over 100,000 soldiers from the Ottoman Empire.

The battle was fought by the Habsburg Monarchy, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Holy Roman Empire against the invading Muslim Ottoman Empire.

Polish King John III Sobieski famously commanded the Christian army toward its victory.

The Ottoman soldiers had already started to take the Austrian capital Vienna which was defended by only 10,000 Habsburg soldiers when Polish horsemen attacked them from the rear and devastated the Turkish army – which was forced to retreat.

The Catholic Church in Austria was not the only one to commemorate the event.

The far-right Austrian Freedom Party also held a controversial event, stressing the need to defend the “Western World” from invaders.

On a controversial poster, they wrote “Abendland Beschutzen Damals Wie Heute” which means to protect the Western World – in the past as well as today.

The event was held at Vienna’s Palais Ferstl, and included an opening speech by Vienna’s Vice-Mayor Johann Gudenus and speeches by Freedom Party leader Heinz-Christian Strache, as well as historian and university professor Dr Lothar Hobelt.

The commemorations come at a time of heightened tensions between Austria and Turkey, the modern Republic which succeeded the Ottoman Empire after its final collapse.

After the failed coup attempt in Turkey, Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz warned he will stop any move that brings Turkey closer to joining the European Union.

Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern said: “The membership negotiations are currently no more than fiction.” As a result Turkey recalled its ambassador to Austria and accused the country of being supportive of terrorism and a centre of Islamophobia.

“The two countries’ relations have sharply deteriorated since those events.”

The 71-year-old Cardinal has been linked as one of the most likely candidates to take over the position of Pope, although in previous elections at the end it was decided that he was still too young.

Black (Ethiopian) Madonna + Ethiopian New Year’s Day

My Note: They know, but, they always try to hide it — I posted the following back in 2014:

Coffee & The Black Madonna of Częstochowa Probably Saved Europe From The Ottoman Turks

florenski-black-madonnaEthiopian New Year’s Day – September 11 / 12, 1683 – Battle of Vienna: In an open battle before Vienna, the Ottoman army was defeated, and the city escaped pillage and destruction.

At 3:15 in the morning of September 12, 1683, the Feast of the Holy Name of Mary, King John III arose, prayed, put on the picture of Our Lady of Czestochowa, and launched the attack. It is said that the Polish men had the words, “Mary, help us” on their lips as they met the Turks in fierce combat.

The battle was over surprisingly early in the day. After the victory, John Sobieski, King of Poland, declared, “I came, I saw, and God conquered.

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Ethiopia Named Best Coffee Growing Country

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 11, 2014

The Top 10 Coffee-growing countries are:

1. Ethiopia

2. Kenya

3. Colombia

4. Guatemala

5. Costa Rica and Honduras

7. Indonesia

8. Rwanda, Panama and the United States


Ethiopia has been ranked number one in a list of the top ten coffee-growing nations throughout the world.

This is according to Thrillist, which asked leading figures from the global coffee industry to rate different countries with regard to the quality and success of their bean cultivation, with Ethiopia coming out on top with 25 points.

In 2013, the nation produced around 6.6 million bags of beans to be shipped overseas to traders like us at DRWakefield, allowing us to share the country’s quality coffee with roasters and other lovers of the aromatic beverage.

One of the poll’s judges, director of education at Cuvee Coffee and vice-chair of the Barista Guild of America Lorenzo Perkins, commented: “With sweet fruit notes and delicate floral aromas, it’s hard to imagine a coffee that tastes better than a finely washed Yirgacheffe or a big, sweet, naturally processed Sidama.

“Every time I drink coffee from Ethiopia, I can’t help but feel that this is how coffee is supposed to taste and everything else is an imitation.”

The East African nation stormed ahead of the rest of the top ten, with 13 more points than the country which took second place – Kenya.

Kenya won points for its “exquisite” coffee, as well as the “amazing quality” of the cups it produces.

Interestingly, just one of the 11 judges did not feature Ethiopia anywhere in their personal top three, showing the country’s prestige among experts.

Third place went to Colombia, which won itself a respectable ten points, while Guatemala came in fourth.

Joint fifth was awarded to Costa Rica and Honduras, which took three points apiece, indicating a somewhat significant leap between the quality of cups produced in these coffee-growing countries and those in the top three.

Seventh place went to Indonesia, while the remaining three nations – Rwanda, Panama and the United States – shared the number eight spot between them, with just one point each.


Coffee & The Black Madonna of Częstochowa Probably Saved Europe From The Ottoman Turks

My Note: Ethiopian New Year’s Day – September 11 / 12, 1683 – Battle of Vienna: In an open battle before Vienna, the Ottoman army was defeated, and the city escaped pillage and destruction. There is probably no book on the general history of Europe that does not record these events. The following article mentions that the word “Coffee” comes from the Turkish kahve, and ultimately from the Arabic qahwa. This is wrong, as it comes the name of the Ethiopian region, “Kaffa”. It’s a pity that neither the Turks nor the Arabs remember to properly pronounce the name “Kaffa”.

Coffee & Croissant

CoffeeCroissant6All coffee comes originally from Ethiopia where the coffee tree grows wild. From here it was imported into Yemen and drunk by Sufi mystics as a part of their religious practices. By the fourteenth-century the tree was cultivated by the Arabs and the bean exported to the rest of the Arab world from the port-city of Mocha. But it was once the Ottomans occupied the Arabian peninsula in the first part of the sixteenth-century that the habit of coffee drinking really took off. The first coffee-shop opened in Istanbul in 1554, and before long sipping coffee, eating cakes and socializing became a fashionable past-time. In 1583, the German botanist Leonhard Rauwulf mentioned the beverage – “black as ink, useful against numerous illnesses” – in an account from Aleppo in Syria. From the Ottoman empire the coffee-drinking habit was exported to Europe, together with the word itself. The first coffeehouses opened in Venice in 1645, in England in 1650 and in France in 1672. “Coffee” comes from the Turkish kahve, and ultimately from the Arabic qahwa.

Vienna, Austria, has its own and quite distinct café tradition. The Viennese drink their coffee with hot foamed milk and, just as in Turkey, it is served with a glass of cold water. In a Viennese Kaffeehaus it is possible to linger for hours, reading newspapers and eating pastries such as Apfelstrudel, an oblong piece of pastry filled with cooked apples. The first coffeehouse in Vienna was opened by a man called Jerzy Franciszek Kulczycki, a Polish officer in the Habsburg army that had helped liberate the city from the Ottoman siege of 1683. In recognition for his services, goes the story, Kulczycki was given a sack of coffee beans which the Ottomans had left behind. Since Kulczycki had spent two years as a Turkish prisoner of war, he was well acquainted with the habit and was quick to spot a business opportunity. Every year, coffeehouses in Vienna, such as Café Central and Café Prückel, used to put portraits of Kulczycki in their windows in recognition of his achievement.

There is a legend that the croissant – the flaky, crescent-shaped, pastry that French people in particular like to eat for breakfast – first was invented during the siege of Vienna. According to one account, the Ottomans were trying to tunnel into the city at night, but a group of bakers who were up early preparing their goods for the coming day, heard them and sounded the alarm. The croissant, invoking the crescent-shape so popular in Muslim countries, was invented as a way to celebrate the victory. Unfortunately, however, this story cannot be true. Baked goods in a crescent-shape – known as kipferl in German – were popular in Austria already in the thirteenth-century, and introduced to the French when a Viennese artillery officer, August Zang, opened a bakery in Paris in 1839. The kipferl was renamed croissant, “crescent,” because of its shape, and this is the name by which it has become famous around the world. The croissant has a Viennese connection, in other words, but no connection to the Ottoman siege. This has not stopped the story from spreading. In August, 2013, the Arabic newspaper Asharq al-Awsat reported that fundamentalist Islamic forces in the rebel-held city of Aleppo, Syria, had issued a fatwa, a religious ban, against the eating of croissants since the baked good celebrates the European victory over Muslims.



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