90 Miles From Tyranny : Cruelty to Animals Gets More Media Coverage than Beheaded Christians

Monday, January 27, 2020

Cruelty to Animals Gets More Media Coverage than Beheaded Christians

  • The Bishops' Conference of Nigeria described the area as "killing fields", like the ones the Khmer Rouge created in Cambodia to exterminate the population.
  • "We are Aramaic people and we don't have this right to have anyone protect us? Look upon us as frogs, we'll accept that -- just protect us so we can stay in our land". — Nicodemus Daoud Sharaf, the Syrian Orthodox Archbishop of Mosul the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan, home to many of the Christians who fled jihadis, National Catholic Register, April 7, 2017.
  • In an era of round-the-clock information... the abominations suffered by Christians have been left without images, while the brutality against the Chinese pig was streamed all over. Christians are an endangered species; pigs are not.
  • One of the last Nigerian Christians was executed by an Islamic State child soldier. Slaughterhouses' workers go on trial in France for abuses to animals. But the same France has already repatriated more than 250 ISIS fighters, the same people who turn Iraqi churches into slaughterhouses.
First there was the beheading of 11 Nigerian Christians during the recent Christmas celebration. The next day, a Catholic woman, Martha Bulus, was beheaded in the Nigerian state of Borno with her bridesmaids, five days before the wedding. Then there was a raid on the village of Gora-Gan in the Nigerian state of Kaduna, where terrorists shot anyone they met in the square where the evangelical community had gathered, killing two young Christian women. There was also a Christian student killed by Islamic extremists who recorded his execution. Then pastor Lawan Andimi, a local leader of the Christian Association of Nigeria, was beheaded.

"Every day", says Father Joseph Bature Fidelis, of the Diocese of Maiduguri, "Our brothers and sisters are slaughtered in the streets. Please help us not be silent in the face of this immense extermination that is taking place in silence".

The Bishops' Conference of Nigeria described the area as "killing fields", like the ones the Khmer Rouge created in Cambodia to exterminate the population. Most of the 4,300 Christians killed for their faith during the last year came from...


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2 comments:

  1. Keep posting this, far as I know Trump is the only world leader that has said anything about it and its been awhile. It's just shameful.

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  2. The "animal diversion" has been going on since the Victorian age (i.e. "Brier Rabbit)when progressives launched their campaign to devolve humans being seen in the light as mere animals. Look what Disney has done to degrade humans to the level of "talking animals" (vis versa animals putting them on the level of humans). I was raised on a farm. I love my pets as much as anybody, but at the end of the day animals are animals and humans are humans. Even the local news spews forth such propaganda putting more emphasis on, animal cruelty, heroic pets, and those who rescue endangered animals more so than the well being of humans. What the savages in Persia are doing to Christians and even women and children of their own race, culture, and religion is unconscionable. A day of reckoning is coming.
    Deo Vindice

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