With Nigeria being the center of Christian genocide in the world, all US Secretary of State John Kerry can condemn Nigeria for is their recent ban on same sex marriages. After Nigeria passed its law, Kerry released an official statement through the State Department saying:
“The United States is deeply concerned by Nigeria’s enactment of the Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act. Beyond even prohibiting same sex marriage, this law dangerously restricts freedom of assembly, association, and expression for all Nigerians.”
What about the freedom of Nigeria’s Christians to assemble, associate and express their faith? When they do assemble, they always do so in fear of being attacked by members of the religion of peace, or so we are told.
Kerry’s statement condemning Nigeria’s new law suggested that such a law was in conflict with international law. But isn’t the intentional genocide of any group of people a violation of international law? Shouldn’t the world community, as well as the US, be up in arms over the murder and wounding of thousands of Christians?
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