Before the attacks on America, September 11, the one group that it was considered politically-correct to persecute, was Christians.
The same type of knuckle-dragger that is condemned today for throwing stones at Mosques, was considered an intellectual if they mocked Christianity and even referred to followers of Christ as fomenting hate speech. But, do hate crimes also apply to people who silence sincerely held religious beliefs? Like the situation in Chicago where they didn’t want the Baptists to hold their convention there because they said they foment hate speech?
So now the Bible is hate speech, but the Koran, which tells its followers that killing infidels will earn them a place in heaven, should be revered.
What’s interesting is, that it seems to be a forgotten point that the murders in Columbine and Wedgewood Baptist were motivated by hate against Christians not Muslims. The shootings in the Bible Class in Tennessee were motivated by hate against the Bible believers, not followers of the Koran. The church in London, where ten members were attacked by a sword-wielding man, during a church service . .. .certainly wasn’t motivated by bad singing. It seems as though there are far more instances where Christians are being targeted for persecution, death, and execution, than any other group these days, yet they are accused of fomenting hate.
Even though Christians did not retaliate for the September 11 attacks on America, by bombing mosques or killing Muslims, 16 were targeted for death in Afghanistan simply because they were Christians. So maybe the politically-correct intelligencia will reassess who the real criminal is and realize that telling someone about a personal relationship with Jesus is not nearly as hateful as flying a civilian plane into a building of innocent people.