Christians are the most persecuted group of our time

“…There are cases of Muslims in boats on the way to Europe killing or throwing overboard fellow refugees whom they discover to be Christian.

Yet despite the fact that Christians are the most persecuted minority in the Middle East, the governments of Western European countries, America and others refuse to exercise “prejudice” or “discrimination” over which refugees we take in.

The idea that we should prioritise those who are the most persecuted people from the region is thought to be “discriminatory” against Muslims.

The idea that it might be easier to accept and integrate those who share the historic faith of our culture is seen as “discriminatory”.

Even the churches in the West often fail to speak up for their own.

This points to a further problem: because the failure to defend Christians worldwide begins at home.

It starts with a massive failure to understand where our history, morality and liberties come from.

You do not need to be a believing Christian to recognise this. You simply have to know something about our history…”

  • ontario john

    But our lord and saviour Justin Trudeau, has said that helping Christians first is disgusting. How can he be wrong?

    • Justin is an ass.

      • Justin St.Denis

        How can JT not be wrong? Simple. By shutting his mouth and sewing his flapping lips together.

  • ontario john

    Going to church this morning while I’m still allowed in Canada.

    • Jabberwokk

      Sitting through a music practice in London right now. And I’d still go even if it wasn’t.

      • BradThomas

        So would I. Doesn’t it say something in the beatitudes about being blessed if one is hated and persecuted for believing in Christ? Not that I want to be persecuted, of course …..

  • Surele Surele

    “You do not need to be a believing Christian to recognize this. You simply have to know something about our history”. This is the crux of the problem: first stop teaching history, then paint Christians as the the epicenter of all evil… Glenn Beck, with all his faults, was right when he was furious about history in schools. For me, originally I thought history was important,as to make a person well versed and educated. To understand classical literature. (Ha! who is reading?) For several years now I see it (not teaching history) as a plan to change the whole conversation about the world. It is easy, as we can see every day, now that grown ups know the proverbial sh…t. Would spell it out, but it is Holiday time, so I’m trying to be as clean as possible in my language.

  • Exile1981

    I know a high school friend who I see once a year who believes that Christians are secretly trying to force Canadians to convert.

    • Justin St.Denis

      The cachet in your statement is “once a year”. That’s a mercy. Why bother with even once a year?

      • Exile1981

        Because I live halfway between their house and their parents house and they drop in for a 20 minute “visit” which is usually to use my facilities on the drive back from their parents after christmas.