Happy St. Cyprian Of Carthage Day! (Oh, And Also Rosh Hashanah)
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September 16 is the feast day of St. Cyprian of Carthage. A Berber convert to Christianity, he is a reminder that the Crusades about which we are supposed to feel so guilty were actually a partial reaction to the subjugation and forcible conversion by Muslim invaders of vast areas of North Africa and the Middle East that that had been part of Christendom for hundreds of years.

Invasions have consequences.

St. Cyprian is also a reminder of state savagery. He was martyred in 258 during the Valerian Persecution, after refusing to sacrifice to pagan gods. The Garland Persecution, quite clearly aimed at breaking the resistance of the Historic American Nation to the Great Replacement, has so far only actually executed one innocent—Ashli Babbitt—but it has already indirectly caused several other deaths, e.g., here. Its ludicrously draconian sentences have ruined hundreds of lives—thousands, counting dependents. And it’s only just beginning.

Oh, and Rosh Hashanah began at sundown September 15. It has become a multicultural must to step on Christmas by never mentioning it except in connection with Hanukkah and other “holidays.“ Somehow, however, the MSM neglects to provide the nearest Saint’s day in the Christian calendar to each year’s Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Passover—there are a lot of saints! So it has become a VDARE.com service (as so often) to fill the gap.

We wish a Happy to ALL our readers. We mean it.

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