HOW MANY MORE CHRISTIANS AND JEWS Do We Need to Kill before We Aren’t Islamophobic?

Written by Paul Hair on February 22, 2015

Barack Obama is leading an effort that’s attempting to portray Muslims as victims with their literally fearing for their lives in the U.S., and this begs the question of how many more Christians and Jews the U.S. has to slaughter in its worldwide jihad before Americans no longer are deemed Islamophobic.

Obama denigrated Christians and the U.S. when he spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast. He has continued along this same path with his followers who now have coordinated their efforts. Obama has even said that the killings of three Muslims in North Carolina has made “many Muslim Americans” “worried and afraid,” as if there is a problem of Muslims being murdered in the U.S.

People are already outraged with this nonsense. But they probably should be even angrier. The U.S. has waged war for Islam ever since September 11, 2001, and along the way it has indirectly been responsible for the slaughtering or scattering of Christians and Jews. How can the president accuse the U.S. of being Islamophobic in light of this?

Osama bin Laden and his Islamic terrorists attacked the U.S. in 2001 and in return the U.S. went to Afghanistan and established an officially Islamic theocracy. It then failed to stop Muslims who have essentially wiped out Christians and Jews.

Saddam Hussein had long caused the U.S. problems and it finally took him out in 2003. Afterwards it established another officially Islamic theocracy and again did nothing as Muslims wiped out Christians. It’s even worse with the Islamic Caliphate in power. Jews had largely been chased from Iraq decades earlier.

And this is how it has been since 2001. The United States of America functions as a pawn of Islam, waging jihad across the globe and spreading Islam even as it wipes out Christianity and Judaism. It is irrelevant if this is unintentional.

And yet people still accuse America of being a nation of Crusaders.

The U.S. also backed radical Muslims, with words or weapons, in overthrowing governments in Egypt and Libya. And it attempted to do the same in Syria.

The Egyptian coup first succeeded but then the Egyptians overthrew the U.S.-backed Muslim Brotherhood. Nevertheless, Christians in Egypt face persecution from the destabilized situation there as well as from surrounding destabilized nations. On the plus side, at least President al-Sisi appears to be attempting to protect them.

Libya is a different story. The U.S. successfully turned Libya into an anarchic state when it helped overthrow Qaddafi. Everything has been chaotic since then. The Islamic Caliphate has even expanded into it and after it recently murdered 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians, it now has reportedly abducted at least four more.

The U.S. inadvertently helped the Islamic Caliphate and al-Qaeda affiliate Nusra Front when it initially tried to overthrow Assad in Syria. That failure taught the U.S. nothing, however, and it continues helping those terrorists by backing “moderate” rebels with links to them. The fact that this is occurring has become so obvious that a former strong backer of the “rebels” now admits the error.

And most recently there is Yemen. The U.S. conducted a counterterrorism campaign in that Arabian nation for years. It ultimately failed and has resulted in the government being overthrown and Iranian proxies taking over. And as you might have guessed, the few Yemeni Jews there now fear for their existence.

People are rightfully mad at Obama and his followers for demonizing Christians and the U.S. while defending Islam in the wake of increased terrorism, and it’s a wonder they aren’t even angrier. After all, the U.S. has been waging war for Islam for years. And if I was the next reporter to question Obama I would ask him, “How many more Christians and Jews does America have to slaughter or chase to the ends of the earth before we no longer are Islamophobic?”



Paul Hair
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