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Lots of Christians killed this week – silence from the useless Pope and Christian-hating media

(Friday blog)

It’s been a busy few days for our friends from the Religion of Peace. Busy in terms of murdering Christians.

In the Central African Republic, members of the world’s favourite religion hacked around 42 Christian women to death with machetes. Of course, they could have just shot them. But that wouldn’t have been as much fun, would it?

Moreover, I reckon that close to 100 Christians have been slaughtered in several attacks in Nigeria including 35 women who drowned while trying to escape from Religion of Peace murderers.

And, of course, there have been a few churches attacked and burnt down (usually with Christians inside – much more fun, you see) in several of the usual countries.

But today, I’d like to highlight the story of Faraz Ahmed Badar who, unfortunately for him, was an educated Christian in that backward, primitive, excrement-covered Religion of Peace hell-hole Pakistan.

Faraz Ahmed Badar was a 26-year-old pharmacist. He worked at the DHQ Hospital in Gujaranwala somewhere in Crapistan. He was harassed by a Muslim colleague who did not accept the fact that a Christian could hold a position higher than his own:

The 26 years old Christian, who had recently graduated in pharmacy, had been working for about two years as a manager at the DHQ Hospital in the city of Gujaranwala.

On 5 September, while he was ending his shift around 2 am, he was attacked with acid by a man with a covered face, who is still untraceable. He was found and transported first to a private hospital, then to the Mayo Hospital in Lahore, where he eventually died on 15 September after 10 days of agony.

Both hospitals could not do much to save the young life of the Christian. In addition to very serious burns on his face, the doctors found signs of earlier torture on his body. His father Badar Masih told the British Pakistani Christian Association (Bpca) that it was not the first time that Faraz had been attacked. “There was a lot of jealousy at work” he said. “We live in a culture without mercy where Christians often become victims because of their vulnerable status “.

Badar’s father told of repeated episodes of religious discrimination: “He was regularly harassed by a M*sl*m colleague who did not accept the fact that a Christian could hold a position higher than his own. Ours is a bigoted country and many M*sl*ms believe that all Christians should be scavengers, not managers. They call us ‘Chura’, which means ‘untouchable scavengers’ “.

Badar’s family reports that a few months ago the young man had been the victim of another episode of violence. Encircled by a group of men wearing masks, they had stuck their boots in his mouth, claiming that “a Christian is not even able to lick their shoes”. His father adds: “They threatened to kill him unless Faraz left his job. They said that his spiritual impurity contaminated the health of ‘pure Muslims’ “.

“We have informed the police of the incident but they have ignored us because we are Christians”,  the father concluded.

I had thought that the Pope was a Christian. But he doesn’t seem to give a damn about what happens to Christians. He’s too busy grovelling to members of the Religion of Peace:

As for the BBC and C4 News – they’re only interested in stories of supposed right-wingers saying rude things to women dressed as Darth Vader on a bad hair day. They’re not interested in reporting the genocide of Christians across the Third World.

8 comments to Lots of Christians killed this week – silence from the useless Pope and Christian-hating media

  • William Boreham

    To our eternal shame: According to information obtained from the UK Home Office by the Barnabas Fund, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), during the first quarter of 2018, recommended 1,358 Syrian refugees for resettlement in the UK, of which only four refugees were Christians (no Yazidis were recommended). The Home Office agreed to resettle 1,112 of these refugees, all of whom were Muslims, and refused to accept the Christians.
    In response to a Freedom of Information request from Barnabas Fund, the UK Home Office have just released figures on Syrian refugees resettled in the UK for the first quarter of this year (1 January–31 March 2018). Appalling as previous figures were, these are much worse. The UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) recommended 1,358 Syrian refugees for resettlement in the UK of which only 4 were Christians, representing a tiny fraction of just 0.29%. No Yazidis at all were recommended by the UN. The Home Office agreed to resettle 1,112 of these (82%), all of whom were Muslims, and refused all recommendations of Christians. As Barnabas Fund recently reported, of the 7,060 Syrian refugees the UNHCR recommended to the UK in 2017 only 25 were Christians (0.35%). However, the Home Office only accepted 11 of these – meaning that Christians made up only 0.23% of Syrian refugees resettled in the UK last year. And in the USA, responsible for the destruction and eradication of entire Christian communities in the Mid/East: “The number of Christian refugees admitted into the US has dropped more than 50% under Donald Trump, as his harsh immigration policies extend even to a group of people he promised to protect.”

  • Stillreading

    “The Home Office agreed to resettle 1,112 of these refugees, all of whom were Muslims, and refused to accept the Christians.
    In response to a Freedom of Information request from Barnabas Fund, the UK Home Office have just released figures on Syrian refugees resettled in the UK for the first quarter of this year (1 January–31 March 2018). Appalling as previous figures were, these are much worse. The UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) recommended 1,358 Syrian refugees for resettlement in the UK of which only 4 were Christians, representing a tiny fraction of just 0.29%. No Yazidis at all were recommended by the UN.”

    Thank you, William Boreham. Shows the way the UK Government intends to lead the population into the future, doesn’t it? All that David depicts in today’s Blog is coming our way. I’m relieved I shan’t be here when the worst comes to pass, but my lovely grandchildren, and the children they will have, will be. Sadly, these same grandchildren are, much as I love them, members of the very Libtard generation who are complicit in subverting traditional British culture. They regard me and my generation as antediluvian dinosaurs, who know nothing about life. That despite the fact that we were the ones who scarcely saw our fathers during our early childhood, because they were in the Armed Services, fighting for our freedom, the ones who had little or no formal education beyond the age of 15, who paid our own way in life from that age, no quarter given by our parents or “The State”! We didn’t hang around deploring tuition fees and student loans until we were in our mid-twenties, then proceed to “sign on” for unemployment benefit! As a lady now frequently vilified, one under whose premiership I was actually proud to be English, said some 30 years ago, “It’s a funny old world, isn’t it?”

  • Alan Thorpe

    How can a species with our intelligence have invented the concept of God? I was thinking about it last night when QT debated Boris Johnson’s letter box remarks.

    It has obviously taken us time to understand the world about us but how could we arrive at a completely irrational concept like religion? Did any of the priests reading intestines for omens believe the nonsense and did the masses really accept this? Religion is just like force, it is used to control the masses and the masses like to be controlled because it is easier than being responsible.

    There can only be one ending for us if we continue with a belief in God.

  • Stillreading

    “Religion is just like force, it is used to control the masses and the masses like to be controlled because it is easier than being responsible.” Got it in one Alan Thorpe! Unfortunately it seems that with a brain sufficiently developed to be capable of abstract thought and accordingly contemplation of the future, belief in a “higher force” governing that future became a necessity. Why else behave with any sort of charity and selflessness to anyone other than one’s own offspring, those responsible for handing one’s genetic material down the generations? In fact it is far easier for many people blindly to obey the edicts of some sort of “god”, whose self-appointed representatives state what is or is not acceptable and hold out promise of divine reward or threat of everlasting punishment accordingly, than it is to face the intellectual and moral challenge of taking total, irrevocable responsibility for one’s own actions, good or bad, while at the same time believing that death brings an end to everything. After all, why bother to be kind or charitable? To have absolutely no religious belief, yet to act decently towards your fellow beings, regardless of their actions towards you and yours, solely because your own moral sense so dictates, constitutes, surely, the very highest form of human behaviour? Unfortunately of course, call it Christianity call it Communism, it just doesn’t work! I confess that contemplating the increase in the UK in violent crimes committed by practitioners of all or no religions, I sometimes think a bit of healthy fear of everlasting purgatory, of the kind depicted in Medieval and Renaissance art, might not be a totally bad thing!

  • Bad mad and sad brian

    David,

    Whatever you do, don’t give up.

    You have put some great articles together over the last few months.

    I sometimes read your stuff just to help me stay sane.

    A thought !!

    Why not put every article you write into a book each year ?

    You have already done all the work.No big effort required.

    I would buy a couple of dozen as Christmas presents,

    Please consider this as i think it could be a nice earner for yourself, and god knows, you deserve it !!

    If any other readers think this is a good idea, please support my idea on here so that Dave gets the encouragement that he needs to take me up on my suggestion.

    God bless you and all your followers !

  • John G Fields

    “Bad mad and sad Brian.
    I will second your proposal.
    Mr. Craig sometimes we may upset you.
    Never, ever give up.
    Your blog is as much a part of my life as cornflakes.
    To read the unbiased truth is like a shot of adrenaline.

  • Stillreading

    Me too! No – not some ageing female on the make, dollar signs in her eyes, complaining about being chatted up half a century ago by a guy who’s made in financially, but an ordinary UK citizen who appreciates being informed about what is TRULY happening in Europe’s multi-cultural paradise. Please keep going and publishing a selection of the best could prove quite lucrative.

  • Peter Hardwickp

    I read you everyday.Like a previous post,it helps to keep me sane in this mad world.The idea of a book of your articles sounds a good idea. I would certainly buy copies,particularly for my university educated children.

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