We have seen the photos of the so-called refugees from Syria.  I do not see women, children or the elderly in these pictures.  What I am seeing are young, able bodied Muslim men. Now we are reading statistics showing that no one really knows the proportion of Islamic terrorists to those who are truly fleeing Syria in fear of their lives.

This morning I read that Christians do not qualify as “Refugees” from Syria. Are they serious?  ISIS has been responsible for the most grisly slaughters, rapes and enslavement of Christians in that region.

This decision was obviously made by Obama and relayed to our State Department.  This man is a monster, and it looks as if no one will challenge him. He has reduced our military to a size comparable to before WWII. He has fired Generals who were obviously not “yes” men. He has built his own military, and has ordered all things Christian to be banned from it. Personally, I believe that he has threatened many people and their families to comply or die.  Folks, we are under siege.


“Christians have been executed by the thousands. Christian women and girls are vulnerable to sexual enslavement. Many of their clergy have been assassinated and their churches and ancient monasteries demolished or desecrated. They have been systematically stripped of all their wealth, and those too elderly or sick to flee ISIS-controlled territory have been forcibly converted to Islam or killed, such as an 80-year-old woman who was burned to death for refusing to abide by ISIS religious rules. Pope Francis pronounced their suffering “genocide” in July. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and a broad array of other churches have done so as well. Analysis from an office of the Holocaust Museum apparently relied on by the State Department asserts that ISIS protects Christians in exchange for jizya, an Islamic tax for “People of the Book,” but the assertion is simply not grounded in fact.

ISIS atrocities against Christians became public in June 2014 when the jihadists stamped Christian homes in Mosul with the red letter N for “Nazarene” and began enforcing its “convert or die” policy. The atrocities continue. Recently the Melkite Catholic bishop of Aleppo reported that 1,000 Christians, including two Orthodox bishops, have been kidnapped and murdered in his city alone. In September, ISIS executed, on videotape, three Assyrian Christian men and threatened to do the same to 200 more being held captive by the terrorist group. Recent reports by an American Christian aid group state that several Christians who refused to renounce their faith were raped, beheaded, or crucified a few months ago.” [1] -source


Is he serious? The protection of Christians of which he spoke was that under Assad, Christians were able to worship freely. But ISIS is slaughtering Christians every day in Syria. Obama hates Christians. If you do not understand that, you need to wake up.

Question: “How should a Christian respond to persecution?”

Answer: There’s no doubt that persecution is a stark reality of living the Christian life. The apostle Paul warned us that “everyone who wants to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted” (2 Timothy 3:12). Jesus told us to expect persecution from the world because if they persecuted Him, they will persecute His followers also. Jesus has made it very clear to us that those of the world will hate us because they hate Him. If Christians were like the world—vain, earthly, sensual, and given to pleasure, wealth, and ambition—the world would not oppose us. But Christians do not belong to the world which is why they hate and persecute us (John 15:18-19). Christians are, or should be, influenced by different principles from those of the world. We are motivated by the love of God and holiness, while the world is driven by the love of sin. It is our very separation from the world that arouses the world’s animosity toward us. The world would prefer that we were like them; since we are not, they hate us (1 Peter 4:3-4).

As faithful Christians, we must learn to recognize the value of persecution and even to rejoice in it, not in an ostentatious way, but quietly and humbly because persecution has great spiritual value. First, persecution allows us to share in a unique fellowship with our Lord. In his letter to the Philippians, Paul outlined a number of things he surrendered for the cause of Christ. Such losses, however, he viewed as “rubbish” (Philippians 3:8), or “dung” (KJV), that he might share in the “fellowship of [Christ’s] sufferings” (Philippians 3:10). The noble apostle even counted his chains as a grace (favor) which God had bestowed upon him (Philippians 1:7).

Second, in all truth, persecution is good for us. James argues that trials test our faith, work or develop (endurance) in our lives, and help develop maturity (James 1:2-4). For as steel is tempered in the flames of the forge, trials and persecution serve to hone down those rough edges that tarnish our character. Yielding graciously to persecution allows one to demonstrate that he is of a superior quality than his adversaries. It’s easy to be hateful, but an ugly disposition throws a light upon our human weakness. It is much more Christ-like to remain calm and to respond in kindness in the face of evil opposition. Without question this is a tremendous challenge, but we have the power of the Holy Spirit within us and the wonderful example of the Lord to encourage us. Peter says of Jesus, “When they hurled their insults at Him, He did not retaliate; when He suffered, He made no threats. Instead, He entrusted Himself to Him who judges justly” (1 Peter 2:23). [2]-source


Are we on the verge of a World War?  I believe we are.  How can this continue without the civilized world saying “ENOUGH” and begin a coordinated offensive attack against ISIS and all Islamic terrorist organizations?  I think they should start with the Muslim Brotherhood. They are at the helm, and all orders are taken from them.

God please help us. We know that You are in control. We pray that Jesus will soon come to rescue us from this place which is not our home.



Do Black Lives Really Matter? Perhaps Not Those Slaughtered by Boko Haram and Al-Shabaab in African Countries

Update:  This article was written last night. This morning we woke up to another horrific Islamic terrorist attack in Mali (in Africa). The news stations are sporatically reporting on this, but breaking away to other stories. They just said that many people are being slaughtered one by one on each hotel floor – and then they broke away to something else.   When the attack in Paris was happening, the broadcasters were frozen on that story – speaking of nothing else. They stayed on the ground in France throughout the horrifying events.  WHY are they not doing the same in Africa?   This is shameful.


Sometimes I wonder if Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson even read the news. Oh – but wait – When there is a mass slaughter of Christians in Nigeria or Kenya, the major  news sources do not consider this to be “News worthy.” Sickening.



“Two injured students being helped off the university campus by Kenyan soldiers.

Five people are detained by police on suspicion of being involved in the massacre of almost 150 students at a university in Kenya.

Interior Ministry spokesman Mwenda Njoka said on Twitter yesterday that security agencies arrested three people trying to cross into Somalia.

The arrests bring the number of held suspects to five as two of them were arrested at the college. Four gunmen were killed during the 15-hour siege.

He said the suspects are associates of Mohamed Mohamud, also known as Dulyadin Gamadhere, a former teacher at a Kenyan Madrassa Islamic school who authorities say orchestrated the Garissa attack.” – source

Just as a side note, it took the Kenyan Police force over 2 hours to respond to this atrocity.

Amazingly, these headlines are from the Washington Post – (D.C’s answer to the NY Times):

“The Islamic State wasn’t the deadliest terror group last year. Boko Haram was.”

You can read that piece here:

Washington Post’s story on Boko Haram


I do believe that I am asking a legitimate question here. Why is the slaughter of Black people in Africa not as news worthy as the slaughter of Whites in France? This bothers me greatly.

 Do Black lives really matter, or is it a narrative that is driven by the left for other reasons?  Where is the left when these horrific killings by Boko Haram and Al Shabaab take place?  Most people do not even know that those students were massacred in cold blood, and that those in authority purposely took over 2 hours to come to stop the carnage!  The press knew. They know everything.  They pushed it to the back burner.

I think that we who love the Lord know the answer to the question I have been posing in this article.  The world turns away mostly because these students from Kenya were Christians.  But I still think that there is a despicable double standard in the press, and that is that Black deaths at the hands of Islamist terrorists do not sell newspapers like White deaths do, and this is SO wrong.  Oh, when a Black death happens in a city in the U.S., the mainstream media are all over it! But 150 students in Kenya – not so much.


I’m not one to dance around my point. The Black Lives Matter movement was funded by the world’s number one “agitator” George Soros. He’s always lurking in the shadows, and jumps at the chance to stir the pot and start racial unrest and riots.

Actually, it’s our Divider in Chief who calls the shots, and Soros reaches into his deep pockets to fund these Alinskyesque radical leftist movements  The foundation of this movement was to put the blame on the police force for the criminal acts of young Black men – in other words we should turn a blind eye to lawlessness, and take a hard look at the men and women in blue who put their lives on the line every day to keep innocent people safe.

What did the students in the school in Kenya do to deserve being gunned down by Islamist demons?  They didn’t break any laws – they were Christians.

Did anyone see Barack Obama say a word about the slaughter of 150 students at this school in Kenya?  Not me.