For all of it’s talk of equality for all humans and it’s aggressive stance on abortion and gay rights domestically and abroad the White House and democrats remain strangely quiet on the issue of religious persecution. Here is an excerpt from the White House website:
“The human race reflects a myriad of vibrant cultures and unique identities, yet we are united by the innate liberties that are our common birthright. The rights to assemble peacefully, to speak and worship as we please, and to determine our own destinies know no borders. All people should live free from the threat of extrajudicial killing, torture, oppression, and discrimination, regardless of gender, race, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability.
Dictators seek to constrain these liberties through repressive laws and blunt force, but hope cannot be imprisoned and aspirations cannot be killed. We are reminded of this when demonstrators brave bullets and batons to sound the call for reform, when young women dare to go to school despite prohibitions, and when same sex couples refuse to be told whom to love. The past year saw extraordinary change in the Middle East and North Africa as square by square, town by town, country by country, people rose up to demand their human rights. Around the world, we witnessed significant progress in consolidating democracy and expanding freedoms, often facilitated by critical assistance from the international community.
In the 63 years since the global community came together in support of human dignity and adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, our futures have grown increasingly interconnected. We have a stake not only in the stability of nations, but also in the welfare of individuals. On this anniversary, we recognize human rights as universal, and we stand with all those who reach for the dream of a free, just, and equal world.”
Yet in spite of this bold declaration Obama and liberals have consistently shown a lack of interest in the plight of Christians being persecuted domestically and in the eastern hemisphere. While U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary Daniel Baer was hailing the U.N. passage of a resolution endorsing the rights of gay, lesbian and transgender people, nothing was said of the nearly 900 dead or wounded Christians in attacks on 40 Churches where the victims were hacked and burned to death in Nigeria just two months earlier.
The President being the staunch supporter of abortion had this to say on the 38th anniversary of Roe vs Wade in January 2011:
Today marks the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that protects women’s health and reproductive freedom, and affirms a fundamental principle: that government should not intrude on private family matters.
“I am committed to protecting this constitutional right. I also remain committed to policies, initiatives, and programs that help prevent unintended pregnancies, support pregnant women and mothers, encourage healthy relationships, and promote adoption.
And on this anniversary, I hope that we will recommit ourselves more broadly to ensuring that our daughters have the same rights, the same freedoms, and the same opportunities as our sons to fulfill their dreams.”
A few weeks later the Arab Spring kicked of unleashing a slew of attacks resulting in the murder of hundreds of Christians in Africa and throughout Europe and the middle east. While Obama and liberals were touting the Arab spring as a “victory” for the Islamic people Christians were losing their lives for simply “not being Muslims.” Still with all of these blatant human rights violations taking place and the medias refusal to report these attacks, we have heard virtually nothing from our government on this extermination of Christians.
There is a eerie sick silence coming from the White House that is deafening! It is the silence of indifference and bigotry towards Christians that can be heard globally. It is a hypocritical cry that pretends to advance the rights of all when it in fact only advances the cause of the chosen few. It is a socialistic exclusion with an anti God agenda which seeks to destroy Christianity and replace it with it’s post modern counterpart. All of this done in the name of human rights, unity, love for our fellow man and freedom. But beyond the surface lies the truth that our government stands at the center of a world wide conspiracy to eradicate those who stand for the God of scripture. Be prayerful and mindful of these evil deeds done under banner of goodness. Selah.