The Most Despised People in the World

I mentioned last week that Bill Warner of Political Islam has launched a new initiative called Voices for the Voiceless. He points out that no significant publicity can be gained for the persecution of Christians by Islam unless Christian activists and Counterjihad-minded people use the only language that the left-wing media understand: that of victimhood.

The “Prayer March for Persecuted Christians” that will be held on May 17, 2014 in downtown Orlando is one of a series of events that will employ Dr. Warner’s selected methodology. Some events have already been held — Nashville is a notable example — and others are in the planning stages.

Last December Dr. Warner wrote the following essay elaborating on the plight of Christians in Muslim countries, and the willing complicity of mainstream Christian denominations in the West with the persecution of their brothers and sisters in the Third World (and Europe, for that matter). Using the ploy of “interfaith dialogue”, Muslim groups have successfully neutralized Christian criticism of Islam, resulting in the silence in major media outlets about the persecution of Christians.

His entire article is reproduced below.

The Most Despised People in the World
by Bill Warner

The most persecuted group in the world today is Christians. Christians in Nigeria, Egypt, Syria and other nations are murdered, raped, kidnapped, enslaved and persecuted on a daily basis. The reason for the vast majority of all of this violence is that they are Christian among Muslims.

But their abuse does not stop with the violence. The perpetrators of violence are measured in the thousands, but the greatest abuse is at the hands of those who should demand that the violence stop. The silence in the face this persecution is denial and justification. The persecutors are few, but the deniers are in the billions.

Christians are enjoined to care for all persecuted people, but in particular, they are to care for their own brothers and sisters. They manage to ignore the persecution by doing good works, such as care for the poor. Christians have compassion but no courage to face the enemy who kills them. In Nashville, TN (the buckle on the Bible belt) the favorite indoor sport for those who should be dealing with the enemy, Islam, is going to Family of Abraham events and bridge building dialogues where they dance to the tune of Muslims. There is no problem of meeting with Islam, but the rules of engagement are that nothing will be said that offends Islam.

In the parable of the Good Samaritan, an injured man is on the side of the road. Two religious leaders pass him by on the other side of the road. They don’t harm the injured man, they just ignore him. This is the same thing that Christian leaders do at dialogues such as Family of Abraham. They meet with Muslims who adhere to a doctrine that includes killing Christians. But, the leaders will not bring up the Islamic persecution to them. The Christian leadership response to murder of their brothers and sisters is silence. They pass by on the other side of the road. Their silence is consent.

But Christians are not the only deniers. Normally, Jews are quick to step forward in the area of charity and support of victims, but not so with persecuted Christians. Some of this denial may be due to a dislike of Christianity, but Jews are no quicker to help their own.

If you go to you will find an amazing data base of jihad attacks since 9/11. The current number of attacks is in excess of 22,000 attacks. It is very instructive to parse the data and see what are the top four nations of jihad attacks. When you put the data on a per capita basis, you get the following countries: Israel, Thailand, Philippines and India. Or by religion: Jews, Buddhists, Christians and Hindus. So Jews are the victims of violence by Islam, but the Jews of America love to go to Family of Abraham events and be as silent as the Christians.

But what about the most sensitive victim group — the black American? Victim-ology is the dogma of a myriad black “civil rights” groups with their high priests of race hustles such as Al Sharpton. The most persecuted Christians are in Africa. But the civil rights hustlers of America just love to hang with Muslims as their brothers. All of those dead Africans? Not a problem for African Americans.

It is surprising how many Buddhists are being killed in jihad, but is it a surprise that Buddhists never talk about it? And aside from a few Hindu activists, never a word is heard from the Hindu community about their deaths by jihad.

The deaths in the Philippines are Catholics and what does Pope Francis say about Islam? He says,

Faced with disconcerting episodes of violent fundamentalism, our respect for true followers of Islam should lead us to avoid hateful generalizations, for authentic Islam and the proper reading of the Koran are opposed to every form of violence.

Oh, I see. Over 1400 years of Christian deaths at the hands of jihadists means that they were not true Muslims and that the 22,000 jihadic attacks since 9/11 are not authentic. The annihilation of Christianity in Turkey, Middle East and Africa is not the result of “proper reading of the Koran”. The Pope is the perfect candidate for magical thinking and idiot compassion. And notice the little hate speech riff: “avoid hateful generalizations”. Pope Francis, do you mean generalizations such as conclusions that result from reading the Koran, the Sunna, the Sharia and a 1400 year history of the murder of all kinds of Kafirs (non-Muslims)?

But, in his own way, Pope Francis is the leader of all Christians. He just happens to have on more elaborate clothing as he practices denial.

So, it turns out that Christians are not the most despised group of people in the world. They just happen to be the largest subgroup. The most despised group in the world is the victim of Islam. And whether it is a dead Christian congregation, a murdered apostate, a sad Muslim woman with FGM, or any other victim of jihad, no one will speak out for the victim and against the perpetrator. All leaders share in the shame of being ignorant cowards practicing idiot compassion.

How is this to stop? Well, being polite won’t help, because if polite worked, the problem would be solved. The key to our response is that we have the high moral ground. We must oppose the oppressor, Islam, and stand with the oppressed — Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists and all others who are oppressed by jihad. Our opponents, the deniers, support the oppressor, Islam, and ignore and suppress the fate of the victims. The deniers are evil, period.

If you are a Christian, get some allies, and come up with a program about the persecuted church. The program could be bringing in some persecuted Christians, such as Copts, to speak to Sunday school classes or doing a long term study of the Armenian holocaust in 20th century Turkey. When you go to leadership, do not ask permission or make a request. Make demands and if those demands are not met, then some form of protest inside your church must be launched.

Stand up at services and protest, hand out brochures, do whatever it takes until “leadership” agrees to not pass by on the other side of the road and neglect the dead Christians. Point out their moral position is wrong and evil. Do not be shy. Ask them to use scripture to morally justify their denial and ignorance. Be respectful, but firm and do not stop until good prevails.

This is a moral battle and if you are not a Christian, you should do the same in other venues. A possible venue is the local media. Make demands to recognize the victims of jihad and if they are not met, make a protest. Public protest is a powerful tool for change. We must acknowledge the world’s largest human rights tragedy. Being nice is the road to civilizational annihilation.

9 thoughts on “The Most Despised People in the World

  1. His description of the denial of the threats from Islam is very true and absolutely shocking because so unbelievably irrational. And not just irrational but completely opposed to rationality.

  2. I will include this on my weekly distribution list normally reserved for Barnabus Fund circulars

  3. “He points out that no significant publicity can be gained for the persecution of Christians by Islam unless Christian activists and Counterjihad-minded people use the only language that the left-wing media understand: that of victimhood.”

    Forget it. The Leftist will instinctively identify that these Christians do not live in countries populated by whites and the persecution of Christians will be placed in the category of “not-white people problems”, where one would have to be a Cultural Imperialist to speak out.

    If they don’t give a damn about Muslim women or gays in Muslim countries, why would they care about Christians?

    The modern hierarchy of Leftist Defence, from top to bottom:

    LGBT people
    Black Africans
    Dispossessed native peoples
    All other people with brown complexion
    Poor people
    All other non-Christian and non-Jewish religious peoples
    Non-white Christians

    As you can see, non-white Christians are well below Muslims and as such, no Leftist will criticise or condemn Islam in their defence.

    You didn’t really think Leftists gave a damn about the vulnerable, did you?

    • I completely agree. The status of victimhood is reserved for the politically and socially favored groups, not by the actual existence of persecution against someone or some group. This perversion has been true for many years now. I don’t know when it began, but its genesis might trace back to the argument that gained cachet many years ago among the left in the U.S. that no matter what Blacks did to Whites in any particular situation (including probable racially motivated attacks on Whites), it was the Blacks who were powerless and oppressed because, well, past slavery and white racism.

    • No, Jews are near the top, above women, poor people, and non-white christians

  4. I am afraid that modern ruling elites of the West hate Christianity so much that they would not move a finger to save persecuted Christians of the Muslim world. They would feel much more concerned for a threatened species of South American bats than for a few million massacred Christians.

  5. During the run up to the Olympics and the furor over gay persecution in the Russia–as well as in discussions about the “kill the gays” bill in Uganda–I have been told, over and over, (by self proclaimed “Christians”) that we don’t have a right to interfere in the acts of sovereign nations.

    And yet here you are telling us to scream out about persecution in other nations.

    I guess it just depends on who, and what, you consider “persecution–doesn’t it?

    • Well, whoever persecuted you for your views about gays, or whatever it is you’re upset about, it wasn’t here.

      Read the post more carefully, please. The killing of Christians is definitely on the increase and is a subject worth discussing. As is the killing of gays by Islam. Both are equally worthy of protection…

      Russia is a case on its own. Until it was expedient for Putin to push the Russian Orthodox Church in his desire to remake the Marxist Empire into a new something or other (but still a dictatorship with a long record of killing off journalists and dissenters) the Russian Church was persecuted. Not anymore. But the Christians in the Middle East are being exterminated. Just as they have been in any Islamic country.

      You needn’t scream. We didn’t suggest screaming. What we did ask is that you look at the work of this sister and how difficult are the lives of those she helps.

      Whatever one’s religion or lack thereof, persecution is a crime against humanity. Period.

  6. Eric Pickles, the UK’s “Communities Minister”, told us a few days ago that Britain is a “Christian Nation” and anyone who disagrees needs to “get over it”- this in connection with the issue of prayers before Council (local government) meetings.

    PM David Cameron told “faith leaders” at No. 10, Downing St yesterday that his government intends to see that religious groups play a much bigger part in influencing its policies.

    This secularist would like to see rather more dismissal (but decidedly not hatred) of all religious groups from the public arena.

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