Salt of the Godless By James Reed
I was not surprised to find Mr Big Australia immigrationist Bernard Salt (The Weekend Australian, July 1-2, 2017, p. 17) expressing no concern about the decline of Christianity in Australia. It is a little difficult to pin down his exact position, but the article to me seems to see the rise of atheism as an expression of a positive view of humanity, and that the movement towards secular humanism is a strength, just like diversity, immigration, blah, blah, blah. Like so many of the faith of multiculturalism, he embraces relativist and humanist ideals. As noted by Jennifer Oriel, anti-Christianity is “invariably couched in the language of diversity, inclusion and minority right.” The Australian, July, 3, 2017, p. 12.
Christianity supplied the moral foundation for the free world, and the decline of Christianity will not lead to atheism replacing it. Mass immigration will bring forth, as it has in Europe the new religion of the New World order, Islam, to fill the vacuum. Atheist materialism is unstable: atheists are generally white, affluent and don’t reproduce. Hence, they will be demographically replaced by the energies of Islam. The soul of the West would be dead.