Hellish 2050

The Flying Inn


A prophetic vision of a future Islamised England, with enforced prohibition of alcohol, except for those with the means to take it for “medicinal purposes”.
Such deprivation of traditional beverages becomes intolerable, the situation is reversed in style by a larger than life character.
G.K. Chesterton has written a visionary account of betrayal of an entire nation to Islam. He knew, and described eloquently, that this betrayal would come from those at the top of society. 


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As far as I am aware, G.K. Chesterton is the first person who used the term "Chrislam". See page 27 of "The Flying Inn". Quote:

"Lord Ivywood is very enthusiastic, I know," said Pump, with a restrained amusement. "He was saying only the other day at the Flower Show here that the time had come for a full unity between Christianity and Islam."

"Something called Chrislam perhaps," said the Irishman, with a moody eye. He was gazing across the grey and purple woodlands that stretched below them at the back of the inn; and into which the steep, white road swept downwards and disappeared. The steep road looked like the beginning of an adventure; and he was an adventurer. "But you exaggerate, you know," went on Pump, polishing his gun, "about the crescent on St. Paul's. It wasn't exactly that. What Dr. Moole suggested, I think, was some sort of double emblem, you know, combining cross and crescent." "And carled the Croscent," muttered Dalroy. 

Now we do have it, in all but name, in the UK. Anglican cathedrals, namely Gloucester, and Glasgow Episcopalian, have permitted anti-Christian passages from the Koran to  be quoted within their buildings. Do the bishops not understand that wherever Islamic prayers are given, then that building is now consecrated to Allah? The naive ignorance of these bishops is astonishing.

See also this article: The Chrislam Deception


In recent years the merger of Christianity and Islam, “Chrislam”, has now reached the level in the UK that it has become part of mainstream Christianity and culture. It is more well-known as Inter Faith in the UK, and fully embraced by the church and state. I truly believe that we celebrated our last traditional Christmas and Easter many years ago in the UK. For many years evangelical Christians have been warning of a deceptive doctrine and growing movement that has been slowly emerging over the last two decades.