"At least don't complain when the Devil grows tick-fat, as you feed him bowls of blood."
Can you please elaborate more on what you mean by that statement/what were you referring to? It was an interesting statement.
The most immediate is simply a lesson that we can learn from an ancient enemy, namely first feed your own, and the enemy only when you must.
God feeds all, and just because someone isn't Catholic doesn't mean that they don't rate a living; however, we aren't typically obligated to aid
to offer aid
to enemies as such.
In finger-paint, this is a war,
and in large part a war of attrition;
passing out food and water to an enemy stronghold that you're laying siege to is "kinda not getting the point".
In your case, do you really need to feed, clothe, educate, house (you know, basic Maslow) etc. elements of an enemy force that, no matter how "nice", well meaning, etc., are part of a larger body that is anti-Christ?
The gods of the Pagans,
" (note carefully the traditional categorization not just of Buddhists, but Muslims as well.)
A "harmless" enemy, esp. one within, is the one that shanks you when you sleep.
Feed Catholics, let the enemy, as an enemy,
feed them, first of all, the Gospel.
Just don't pass them ammo.
That nail is probably now in a pile of splinters, but hopefully the point is adequately made.