Christian Genocide: This Must End.

I can't find the source for this image. If it belongs to you, please let me know.I read this article today and it tore me up. I’m alternately infuriated at our government and devastated for our Christian brethren, who our government has thrown to the wolves. This isn’t going to be a well-written piece, because I’m angry as hell and I don’t know what to do about it.

One of the appalling aspects of ISIS’s deliberate, open targeting of Christians for destruction is how little resistance it has received from local Sunni populations. As Raymond Ibrahim from the David Horowitz Freedom Center has scrupulously documented, the local Sunnis have not stood up for their Christian neighbors, who have lived side-by-side with them for hundreds of years. Rather, in areas that have been conquered by ISIS, the local Sunnis have collaborated with their genocidal masters in raping and murdering Christian neighbors, plundering their property, destroying their churches, and driving them from their ancestral homes.

Although precise data is hard to come by, it is clear that thousands of Christians have been slaughtered. Thousands of Christian women and girls have been sold as sex slaves in ISIS slave markets, subjected to continuous, violent rape and beatings. Nuns and priests have been enslaved, crucified, mutilated, kidnapped and held for ransom, as have lay members of Christian communities. Christians have been burned alive.

Is the current administration doing anything about it? No. Of course not.

Beyond refusing to take the necessary steps to ensure that persecuted Christians are rescued from annihilation, the State Department has been rejecting visa requests from Christian activists and leaders from persecuted communities to visit the US to share information about their suffering with the American public. This, at the same time that the administration has welcomed Muslim jihad sympathizers, including Muslim Brotherhood members, to Washington.

What accounts for this behavior? The answer is not ignorance, but ideologically- motivated bigotry. The Aid to the Church in Need organization explained in its 2015 report on Christian persecution, “Christians have been targeted [because]… Christianity [is seen] as a foreign ‘colonial’ import. Christians are seen as linked to the West, which is perceived as corrupt and exploitative.”

In another report, the group explained that the Western media has avoided covering the story of the Islamic genocide of Middle East Christians because of “misplaced embarrassment about the 19th-century colonial powers evangelizing ‘the natives’ in far flung places.”

In other words, Middle Eastern Christians, whose communities predate Islam, are targeted because they are perceived as Western implants.And the West ignores their suffering, because the Left in the West perceives them as Western implants.

In both cases, prejudices, rooted on the one hand in jihadist Islam, and on the other hand in Western self-hatred and post-colonialism, reach the same bigoted conclusion: the only “authentic” people in the Middle East are Muslims.

Everybody else is a colonial implant. And as such, they deserve what they get.

Donald Trump is the only one speaking up for Christians right now who has the guts to do something about it.

Too many Christians want a nice, polished, Christian-looking president. They hold Cruz up as the ideal gentleman. Well, sorry, that gentleman will easily lose to Hillary Clinton.

Hillary will do what she did to our men in Benghazi–ignore them until they die, because of political correctness. And Hillary will continue to ignore the massacre of Christians, to appease the far Left. She’ll probably continue to say that it’s their fault.

This has to stop now. We need a man in office who has the guts to do what needs to be done. We need Donald Trump.

Scattershot Thoughts, 3/31/2016

Still sick, worse than I was. Meds are doing their thing, so here are a few things I thought worth sharing while I recover.

Item 1: Five reasons to vote for Donald Trump (YouTube video):

a. Trump is an entrepreneur. Doesn’t believe in splitting one ‘pie’; believes in building pizza shops for unlimited pies.

b. He’s anti-establishment. MSM hates him. Corrupt gov’t hates him. Lobbyists hate him.

c. He’s anti-immigration. (Disproportionate amount of illegals commit sex crimes in the US)

d. He’s anti-jihad. (26% of U.S. Muslims think suicide bombing is OK. Europe is bowing the knee to Muslims and paying for it.)

e. He’s anti-aggrievement (no whining). We have an oversensitive, PC culture that is making us soft.

Item 2: A certain ‘Christian’ magazine did an op-ed hit piece on Christians who would dare to vote for Donald Trump. I won’t link to it here, because I don’t want them to get the advertising money, but expect a response as soon as I can get out of bed.

Item 3. Donald Trump met with the GOP today. We don’t know why, but this could be good news. There is a good discussion thread about it here on Reddit.

That’s all I can think of. Time to pass out and hopefully I will feel somewhat better in the morning.

‘Sanctified Capitalism’, Donald Trump, and How A Healthy Economy Helps American Christians Help Others

tumblr_o04s4c8Ci11sfie3io1_1280In this post I hope to explain a little bit about capitalism vs. socialism, and how capitalism, the best economic system in the world, can help more American Christians help others.

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