Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Why the silence on Christian genocide? No surprise here...

America's media tend to show outrage over a lot of things - like an airline passenger being hauled of a plane, or when Assad is accused of being worse than Hitler. The Islamic terror attack on the Brussels airport last year, killing more than 30 people, was covered by our media day and night, with footage from the blast shown over and over by the hour. And the Islamic terror attack in France, when a driver plowed his truck into hundreds of people in Nice, also received day and night coverage.

Yet, when forty-five Egyptian Christians were slaughtered by ISIS while attending church services on Palm Sunday recently, with scores of others wounded, there was barely a blip in our media. Some people may sk, how can this be? For the last decade, a Christian genocide has been taking place in the Middle East, representing one of the ugliest chapters in recent human history, yet the secular media are silent.

ISIS wants Christianity eradicated, and they want to convert all Muslims to their crusade. They want it to be a holy war. They want Christians gone. We’re talking about hundreds of thousands of Christians being displaced, exiled, attacked, maimed, tortured, starved and killed. We’re talking about a crisis of epic proportions, yet the news coverage of this ongoing tragedy receives is negligible.

So why isn’t that narrative getting the attention it should get in the American media? Some say it’s because what happens in the Middle East is common, and therefore, simply doesn’t inspire interest in the American media as it does for events in more “westernized” regions like France or Brussels. But my guess as to why the American media don’t report on the atrocities occurring against Christians is simply because American media members are largely anti-Christian and anti-liberty. Period. They’re Marxists, as communistic as academia, and by extension, they’re walking right in line with today’s satanic – godless – globalist agenda. There’s not much more mystery to the media’s silence than that. But I'm interested in hearing if there are other reasons for their silence that perhaps I'm just not seeing...

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