This Is Why They Are Opposed To Trump.

Reader comment on: The West's Real Bigotry: Rejecting Persecuted Christians

Submitted by Jeff Page, Feb 5, 2017 08:41

Many articles have pointed out the ongoing persecution of Christians in Muslim countries, and it has become common knowledge that those Christians who have managed to leave Muslim countries have and still are being persecuted inside Refugee Centres throughout Europe. But have the European leaders done anything? No! Most of them appear to prefer the more murderous Muslims to Christians, and has been pointed out in this article, Obama did exactly the same!

What we are seeing in the West is a "religion" full of hatred towards those who believe differently, and the Muslims have been and still are being aided and abetted in their goal of ridding all other religions.

Obama is to blame, Frau Merkel even more so, PM May also has blood on her hands! All in the name of social cohesion or to put another way cowardice!

Trump is just one of a few who has made the connection between Islam and terrorism, the other leaders whimper and cower and suck up to Muslims by keeping on expressing their view that Islam is a "religion of peace". Maybe one day it might be peaceful but the signs are proving differently so far!

The media and the silly liberal lefties seem to be looking forward to Sharia being enforced and their wives and daughters forced to wear hajibs or the full Monty, covered head to foot in black with a slit for the eyes. So many lunatics free on our streets these days. Maybe they would be better employed in offering a helping hand to those persecuted by Muslims rather than aiding Muslims in their quest for world domination! Idiots!

At least Trump is saying it as it is, unlike the cowardly leaders who bow and scrape to Muslims in their own country. Pathetic.

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The West's Real Bigotry [131 words]Peter TerryMar 16, 2017 08:51
western governments are morally repugnant [199 words]b.a. freemanFeb 6, 2017 20:27
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So very shameful [129 words]Deirdre TrotmanFeb 5, 2017 11:54
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⇒ This Is Why They Are Opposed To Trump. [297 words]Jeff PageFeb 5, 2017 08:41
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