Europe is the continent of human intelligence. Against human intelligence, every gods is powerless.
The Iliad is eternal. Sophocles is eternal. Rembrandt is eternal. Chopin is eternal. Gods are not eternal in Europe.
In Europe, one believes in only one god: the person. All other gods are slain on the cross in Europe.
In Europe, we dance with the devil today; tomorrow, we slit his throat. Nobody can trust Europe.
Europe is the peak of humanity, the standard of all things. And Europe is the abyss of humanity. Europe is heaven and hell on earth.
The sound of Europe is the organ. The sound of Europe is also the sound of the Stalin organ.
In Europe, we sing “Holy God, we praise Thy Name.” We also sing: “God is dead.” In Europe, all gods stand with one foot in the grave.
Kant and Marx have killed the loving God. Two books were enough. In Europe, gods are killed books. Gods are afraid of books.
In Europe, we make quarries out of temples; discotheques are made from churches. Mosques are made into museums.
Europe expects too much from every god. Gods are boring in Europe. Gods lose their glory in Europe.
No god survives Europe. In Europe, gods are created. And in Europe, gods are buried. All gods.
(Image above: Menelaus, Paris, Diomedes, Odysseus, Nestor, Achilles and Agamemnon)
Guest contribution on PI / Translation: Anders Denken