Cardinal Burke: Islam is ‘a form of government’!

On July 21, Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, 68, a Rome-based US Zionist Catholic clergyman known for his hatred of Islam, and critic of the kosher Pope Francis, said that Islam is fundamentally a form of government.

While Holy Qur’an says that all three Abrahamic faiths (Yahud, Nasara, Islam) worship the same Creator Allah, Burke criticized Catholic leaders who have a tendency to simply think that Islam is a religion like the Catholic faith or the Jewish faith.

Burke, who was once archbishop of St. Louis, stressed that he did not want to be disrespectful of Islam or generate hostility. But he said he worries that many people do not understand that, in his view, when Muslims become the majority in any country they feel it their religious duty to submit the whole population to Islamic Shari’ah.

Someone has to tell this idiot that there are 57 Muslim-majority nation-states in the world – but none of them applies Islamic Shari’ah in its true sense. Iran is the only country that applies it but mixed with western-style democracy that cares for the interests of only 1% of the population.

All Biblical prophets, Abraham, Isaac, Ishmael, Jacob, Josef, Moses, David, Solomon, and Jesus worshipped only One Mighty Creator and worked for the establishment of His Kingdom on earth. However, later Israelite leaders replaced G-d with money. The Torah Jews are still waiting for the promised Jewish Messiah to establish a Jewish state.

Roman pagan Emperor Constantine who established the modern-day Christianity in 325 CE, decided that like himself, God also needs helpers to run His vast empire. So he created TRINITY by assigning Saint Mary and archangel Gabriel to share His powers in order to run the Universe.

Later the Gospel authors decided to split the Church from the governing Authority, by putting a clause in the Bible (Mark 12:17): Jesus said to them, Give back to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.

Holy Qur’an doesn’t buy such hypocrisy that’s why pro-Israel Evangelists believe, Christian and Muslims don’t worship the same God.

Burke, earlier advised Catholic priests not to convert Jews to Christianity because they’re Christians by nature.

Burke being a top official of the Order of Knights of Malta, one has to understands his hatred towards Muslims for ruling Malta for 220 years. Pope Francis removed him from that position over calling the Vatican, “a ship without a captain.”

Despite Burke’s fear of Islam, he believes in several Qura’nic commands such as no abortion, no homosexuality, no radical feminism, patient’s non-right to die via doctor-assisted suicide, no artificial contraception, no same-sex marriage, and no women at higher positions in the Church which are all kosher these days (here).

Strangely, Burke doesn’t hate the antisemite Catholic cult of Society of St. Pius X (SSPX).

In February 2016, Burke visited Poland. I have posted a video below for Catholic readers to enjoy Burke’s reception at a Krakow church to sell his latest book to Catholic sheep.

9 responses to “Cardinal Burke: Islam is ‘a form of government’!

  1. 1. “… he created TRINITY by assigning Saint Mary and archangel Gabriel to share His powers in order to run the Universe.”
    That’s wrong. Seriously speaking now. Mary and Gabriel have nothing to do with the Holy Trinity which, according to Christian dogma (Catholic and Eastern Orthodox alike), is composed of Father, Son and the Holy Ghost”– with the explanation that the Father generates, the Son is begotten, and the Holy Spirit proceeds, and all three are one, “co-equal, co-eternal and consubstantial, and each is God, whole and entire.” So God ia all in three manifestations.
    Otherwise….
    2. I am not worried by the Sharia law because I expect us in the US to be protected by having already adopted–thank you, Dubbya — the Noahide Laws which promise us that “any non-Jew who adheres to these laws, because they were given by Moses, is regarded as a righteous gentile, and is assured of a place in the world to come. So I sleep easy.

  2. Are you saying that …. Father is not God, and Holy Ghost is not Gabriel?

    As far the Son is concerned, according to Jewish Bible (Torah), every “G-d fearing person is His Son”.

    If you don’t believe what I wrote – then you should send Cardinal Burke to Pakistan to dig-up my Padre from his grave and teach him the ” Christian dogma (Catholic and Eastern Orthodox alike)” to be a good Christian.

    As far the Noahide Laws are concerned – they’re part of Jewish Shari’ah also known as ‘Halakhah’ in Hebrew.

    • 1. No, What I said seems clear to me: three in ONE: consubstantial, not three gods. Gabriel gets no place at this podium. Whatever the Torah says is irrelevant, at least to the Eastern Orthodox for whom there is only the New Testament, to which the Torah is but a prehistoric prelude. Jesus replaced the “law” (or rather the hundreds of laws), with the Faith, although the menorah-whipped Pope claims the Jews’ Covenant with God is in force eternally. For me what counts as far as any religion is concerned, aside from its spiritual content, is its ETHICAL CORE. From this perspective Christianity and Islam are virtually the same: universalist (anyone can become a Christian or a Muslim), humanist (turn the other cheek rather than “an eye for an eye,” elevated spirituality [rather than making your tribe’s goal to grab all you can from your neighbors by any means because “g-d” made you His special pets], as well as the injunctions against usury –which is acceptance of parasitism over ennobling work).
      Not being able to see the importance of this commonality despite the nasty abuse and perversion of both faiths by many of their practitioners now and over time is what keeps the Muslims and Christians apart and fighting each other instead of the common enemy. Respect for each other’s faith is key.
      2. The Pope’s spat with Burke is just a skirmish between two servants of Jewish power.
      3. My comment on the Noahide Laws was in irony. I am aware of what it is, and the quiet way in which it was slipped around the necks of the American people without notice (except in the alternative media) is a measure of the deep slumber that has made America what it is today: a huge vassal of Jewish Power.

  3. “Christ himself declared that His kingdom was not of this world. Infuriated by this announcement, they compelled Pilate , the Roman governor, to yield to their desires and to crucify their Victim. ” – Palestine and Syria: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm ), Albert Socin , Immanuel Benzinger (Published 1894)

    Also, the New Catholic Encyclopaedia, the official book of the church, admits that the Holy Trinity “is not directly & immediately the word of God”

  4. If I haven’t made it abundantly clear so far, this is one more attempt:
    I believe that Christians (from which I exclude Judaized pseudo-Christians of all sects and stripes) and Muslims alike (shias and sunnies, united as Nasralah shows by example) should avoid playing exegetes in each other’s religion. It only provides fertile ground for animosity, if not outright hated, at a time when unity is desperately needed, and plays in the hands of those who want to destroy both.

    • Now that’s what I call a Christian apologist. Holly Qur’an specifically says, “There is no compulsion in religion.” I believe in that. That’s why I and my daughter studied at Catholic Mission school. I said what I was told my Padre at the school.

      Do Muslim scholars insult Jesus or Judeo-Christian cult heads, Popes, Archbishop of Canterbury, John Hagee, Pat Robertson, and all the US presidential candidates? Sir Bernard Shaw, Bishop Stephen Sizer, and many other Christian clergy are on record saying that they would rather Qur’anic story of Jesus and his mother Saint Mary than what is described in the New Testament.

      Insulting any of biblical prophet is blasphemy according to Islamic Shari’ah.

      So, I suggest you calm down because I may Christianity better than you as result of studying at Catholic Mission for four years.

  5. I am very calm. I don’t care what you call my beliefs nor am I impressed that you studied under some “Padre.” I don’t confuse “cult heads” with the precepts of the New Testament and I feel no need to apologize to you or anyone else for my beliefs.
    I am merely pointing out the pitfalls of this preoccupation of ANY believer to reform the creed of another religion. And they are HUGE and with nasty consequences in today’s world.

  6. imprimipotest

    Sir, whatever you may have studied at a Catholic Mission for four years, or imagine that you recall having studied, can easily be clarified by sincerely looking at any authorized work on Catholic theology or the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the latter being available online.

    However, you will not find what you allege in any of those sources.

    • What’s not on the line – that Pope Francis doesn’t claim that every Christian has a Jewish soul, or Dr. Robert Funk, DDD, after question New Testament authenticity (80% of plagiarization, and 20% MAYBE words of Jesus) still claimed that NT is indeed “Word of God”, or Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi, associate professor of world Christianity at Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta, saying: “While Western imagery of Jesus being a White man is dominant, in other parts of the world he is often shown as black, Arab or Hispanic.”

      I rest my case.

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