President Obama’s irritating tendency (absolute silence in the face Christian persecution) – is beyond gross. Whether it’s the besieged Church in Iraq, or Christian children being incinerated in Nigeria — Obama’s reticence can always be counted on.
The most recent (and chilling) example of this is the ongoing civil war in Syria. While Christians are being raped, beaten and beheaded for their faith — the Catastrophe in Chief has remained silent while staying steadfastly obsessed with aiding and abetting the very Islamo-thugs responsible for perpetrating such barbarity.
Obama (along with his gaggle of misfits) often wax indignant whenever an individual threatens to burn a Koran in Florida — but says nothing when Islamic terror group Boko Haram burns down a Christian Academy in Nigeria packed with innocent children.
Manifestly, in Obama’s world — Christians just don’t matter.
Even when the amount of evidence is strikingly overwhelming, as is the case in Iraq (where Christians are being deliberately targeted for death) — Obama is far more concerned about Islamic sensibilities being trampled by those individuals drawing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.
Yes, Obama is more fixated and concerned about Muslims being offended by cartoons than by Christians being beheaded on the streets of Baghdad by virulent mobs shouting “Allah Akbar.”
Lest we forget, it was Obama’s feckless foreign policy in Egypt that has caused a dramatic escalation in the persecution of Coptic Christians in that northeastern African country. And, as par for the course — a persecution Obama refuses to address.
At a recent press conference — when confronted with the brutal reality of Coptic persecution — the current occupant in White House responded with a highly inappropriate attempt at humor: “Well, I didn’t bring my red pen with me today.”
Excuse me, but W**!!!
Sadly, this is but a mere snapshot of Obama’s macabre attitude concerning this most pressing issue.
But, if one ever decides to examine President Obama’s full body of work in the area Christian persecution — one can only conclude that his message to Christians can be summed up in two words: Drop dead!