“…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…”