How many Americans understand what Bruce Walker writes in the above titled post? Not enough. It’s a fundamental failure of our side in the information war. Here’s Walker:
The murder of Christians in Oregon and the grim silence of Benjamin Netanyahu at the United Nations on the same day seem to be unconnected events, but both reflect an old and evil war waged against the Judeo-Christian community by those who hate Jews and Christians, Israel and America, Judaism and Christianity.
The simmering of this old evil can be seen in the rise of anti-Semitism in Europe. This evil can be seen in the publication of old libels like The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion and in the selected boycotts of Israel by self-appointed elites in Europe. The development of nuclear weapons by Iran, the existential threat to Israel of which Prime Minister Netanyahu warned, is an ultimate manifestation of that malice towards Jews.
The simmering of this old evil can be seen in the savage persecution of Christians throughout the world. The persecution of Christians is not limited to the Islamic world. Hard-line Hindus in India persecute Christians and murder them. The Chinese government persecutes Christians. The same self-appointed elites in the West who boycott Israel viciously mock Christianity.
All of the totalitarian monsters of the last century despised Christians, Jews, and America. The Nazi war on Christianity and the Soviet war on Jews tend to be ignored by modern historians, but writers at the time had no doubt at all that the liquidation of all those who were part of the Great Faith, the various denominations of Christians and of Jews, was an absolute and inevitable purpose for these totalitarians.
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