Thursday, November 19, 2015
Meanwhile, in Austria, an average of 13,000 of these individuals enter the small nation every day. The situation has become so bad, that Austria has had to impose sealed border for the first time since the end of World War II. The situation isn't any better in the Czech Republic, Bosnia, Serbia, Greece, or any of the other Eastern European and Balkan countries. England, already saturated with Moslem refugees from Northern Africa (mostly Somalia and Etruria), has agreed to accept an additional 20,000 more over the next five years. France, which already has a large Moslem population, mainly from North Africa as well, says it's willing to take approximately 24,000 more and has indicated it may accept further migrants. Italy has seen an influx of around 110,000.
In addition, there has been demands in Bavaria to end Oktoberfest as well as serving of beer or pork products (and we all know how Germans love their beer and sausage). Just recently, German school girls have been asked not to wear skirts or shorts in order not to "offend" Moslem students. Further, German high school students have asked to "volunteer" to clean Moslem refugee camps and apartments, as well as do their laundry and other domestic chores. Failure to "volunteer" may result in a mandatory one year service in the German military.
Republican Senator and Presidential candidate Ted Cruz recently purposed admitting refugees based on their level of imminent danger.
Who are these Syrian Christians? Syrian Christianity is part of the East Orthodox Church (also known as The Church of the East), which was established very early in the 1st century and slowly, between the 1st and 3rd century, began to replace the ancient Zoroastrianism and pagan religions in what is now Lebanon and Syria, thus making the Christian communities in these areas among the very first. As the faith grew, more adherents ventured to the East, into modern Iran and Iraq. This became the Assyrian Christian Church, so named after the ancient kingdom of Assyria while others, including Thomas the Apostle, preached in India. A few even eventually made their way into parts of China. This became the Chaldean Christian Church. Meanwhile, some of these new believers went westward, into Egypt to establish the Coptic Church.
So, the question we need to answer is why isn't Europe, or at least the United States, not doing more to remove these Syrian Christians, Yazidis, and Kurds from harm's way? We know they are prime targets of ISIS, Al-Qaida, and al-Shabaab. Why is our focus on Moslem refugees? As recent events have proven, the risk of these Moslem "refugees" being associated with terrorist cells are pretty good while the risk for these persecuted peoples is minimal at best. It would make much more sense to save these people who at least have a religious, and therefore a moralistic connection to the people of Europe and America from what is obvious genocide if they remain. We must do all that we can to bring pressure on Washington to refocus their attention while there's still time.
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