There is a massive genocide going on right now against the Christians in almost 50 countries around the world. And as of this moment, very few people have heard about it. The sad truth is if they know about it, they don't even care enough to feel any outrage over it.
Why is it that the American people hardly care? Listen to people talking at dinner tables across anywhere in America, and you wont here a word about this international holocaust of the Christian people. We are so conflicted, torn and guilt-ridden about recently losing so many American lives in the accumulation of so many wars, that we have become fearful of losing any more lives for any reason. The effect of this has been to paralyze us into refusing to take any action anywhere in the world.
Until now, the United States was almost always the only country compassionate enough to sacrifice their own lives to save the lives of people in other countries. Rwanda, the tsunami in Indonesia, the AIDS epidemic in Africa are just a few examples showing that there are practically no limits to American readiness to sacrifice anything to help people in trouble anywhere. Why is there so little compassion or concern from the rest of the world's humanity?
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In the midst of this Christian genocide, have you heard a word or even a thought of involvement from the United Nations? What are they waiting for? Millions of Christians being killed – isn't that enough of a tragedy? How many more millions have to be slaughtered before they decide that it should be stopped? If the military powers of the nations representing the U.N. went into action right now, this "rag tag" mob of fanatic maniacs would be crushed in five minutes.
The non-existent reaction of the U.N. should come to no surprise to us. After the U.N. was created, it took as much time as the blink of an eyelash for it to forget its purpose and to lose its collective conscience. The truth is that they always acted more like a travel agency than a peacekeeping organization. They spend all their time booking trips, flying planes and making worthless, inconsequential speeches that only ever make one point: that any tragedy, anywhere in the world, never would've happened if not for the selfishness and rotten capitalism of the United States of America.
Why is America a member of the U.N. in the first place, since we are the only ones who ever take any action in situations like this? The only thing we have ever achieved in the U.N. is to have found a place where we can hear ourselves being condemned, attacked and abused while we pay for the privilege of hearing it.
The truth is that the U.N. is a perfect example of an idealistic concept spending billions of dollars pretending to serve a noble purpose, while accomplishing nothing for 50 years, because the U.N. was originally constructed in a way to make it impossible to ever achieve any useful purpose. It is an organization consisting of more than150 countries ruled by despots and outlaws and only a handful of democratic governments. Since it also contains the power of the Security Council veto, any attempt by a democratic government to achieve anything is always vetoed or outvoted. The General Assembly is like a police department that has only two cops and 300 criminals.
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That is why the United States has become ineffectual and has a meaningless voice at the U.N. The ironic thing is that these dictators from countries where people have no human rights are often becoming chairs of committees in the U.N. organized to fight for human rights in other countries. The only human right they have in their own country is to either shut up or to be captured in the middle of the night to face a firing squad, because anybody with a block and a half of territory can call themselves a country and become a member of the U.N.
Isn't it ironic that the most powerful country in the world is a member of an organization where their influence is so meaningless and the sound of its voice is either ignored or never even heard? That is why the reality of the oppression the Christian people are experiencing right now leaves us no choice but to quit the U.N.
Nevertheless, no one at the U.N. will do anything about the genocide we are now witnessing against the Christians of the world. That is why we are morally obligated to immediately do anything possible to save the lives of our Christian brothers from this terrifying genocide.