DETROIT (ChurchMilitant.com) - A crisis is building in Western society as Muslim refugees, mostly men, pour in from the ISIS-torn Middle East. This multifaceted crisis is the topic of ChurchMilitant.com's "Mic'd Up—ISIS Crisis."
How bishops enthusiastically promote this influx, while ignoring the imminent dangers from this Islamic tide into the largely Christian West, is the focus of segment two of this three-part show.
Beverly Stevens, founder of Regina Magazine, calling in from Germany, gives her eyewitness account of the close to one million refugees in her country. What she emphasizes that the mainstream media doesn't, is the fact that the majority of these immigrants are men.
At one point, Michael Voris asks Stevens what's happening in Germany. Stevens, fluent in German, responds, "Well, it all depends on whom you're listening to."
Common citizens are confused, she explains, and don't understand why their government has let in such an influx of refugees.
Regarding the many German people who want to be kind, she says, "They're told that these are orphans and widows and then it turns out to be mainly men," adding, "People are asking: Where are the women and children, and who are these guys?"
She also speaks of a close symbiosis between the German government and the Catholic Church in Germany. ChurchMilitant.com has reported how the German government enforces a strict "Church tax" for all Catholics. This further binds the Catholic Church in Germany to the government and, according to Stevens, both Church and State, in pushing immigration, are grossly lacking in concern for the safety and well being of the German people.
Recounting how the mainstream media is pushing the open immigration agenda there, she contrasts that narrative with reports on social media that draw a more sobering picture. This includes a disturbing account of pro-ISIS activity of some of the so-called refugees.
In this brief clip from "Mic'd Up," Beverly Stevens gives her eyewitness account of the current situation in Germany.
Also in segment two, journalist George Neumayr had much to say about how U.S. bishops have been in favor of open borders and amnesty for more than 40 years. This was shown by their social justice rhetoric favoring the relentless flow of illegal immigrants from Central America into the United States. Neumayr spoke of the commitment the bishops had to government's left-wing ideology, with little concern for national security or the common good of U.S. citizens.
Michael Voris noted that as bishops in Germany are in many ways already part of the "establishment" there, bishops in the United States are striving to become so by pushing the government's agenda. Neumayr pointed out that this is the motivation behind many U.S. bishops to speak in increasingly politically correct terms.
Neumayr pointed out that regular concerns of the people were being ignored by many U.S. prelates' push for unlimited immigration of Muslims because they fear being called "intolerant" or "Islamaphobic."
Neumayr further stated that the U.S. bishops have been preaching social justice issues, such as Mexican immigration, for 40 years with greater zeal than they have in fighting abortion and contraception.
The dangers of saturating society with Islamic refugees is multidimensional. Unrestrained flow of Muslims into the West is leading towards Islamic colonization as the spread of Islam influences culture and politics. Ben Shapiro, attorney and political commentator, speaks of this at greater length in segment three of the show.
Maronite patriarch of Antioch, Cardinal Bechara Boutros al-Rahi said Islam will use religion and procreation to convert nations to Islam. He noted how Western society prefers contraception and abortion to limit their families while Muslims believe in large families.
He also noted the contrast in faith between Christians and Muslims: "They know the Koran by heart, and when they talk, they often cite it. The same is not true for Christians who do not refer either to the Bible or the teachings of the Church."
And where Muslim populations become dominant, they often attempt to impose Sharia law. In Irving, Texas earlier this year, the city backed the Texas state bill by a close 5-4 vote, which banned foreign law in the state. History shows that Muslims generally do not seek to integrate into society but rather convert it to Islam. The website of the Islamic Tribunal, which fought against the ban in Irving, itself makes the admission that when U.S. law conflicts with Sharia law, "we follow Sharia law."
To get the big picture on Muslim immigration, watch "Mic'd Up: Isis Crisis."