Yesterday we interrupted our serious on Is Obama A Muslim: Revisited to play for your our interview with Mark Meadows on the Israeli Prime Minister’s speech before Congress. Today I will continue with our series.
In Matthew Chapter 7 the Bible says:
“Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.” Matthew 7:21-23
We must understand that not everyone who says he is a Christian is one. Even all those who claim to have preached and done many works in His name are not necessarily Christians. We can only truly judge if someone is a Christian by his fruit, and even then we cannot see the heart to know how real their Christianity really is.
Obama rarely goes to church, he plays golf instead. He has canceled Christian prayer breakfasts at the White House. He got into some trouble over that so he brought them back but at the last one he took Christians to task over the Crusades which ended 800 years ago. He did this to say that we shouldn’t get on our high horse over what Muslims are doing today.
We need to remember that the video made by ISIS of the beheading of the Coptic Christians was a direct warning to Christians. It was addressed to the “nations of the cross.” This would include America and most European nations.
If we go back to the shooting of the 3 Muslims in Chapel Hill, NC we see that this was considered a civil rights case by this administration. The perpetrator of this killing is cooperating with the police and there is no evidence that this had anything to do with civil rights. It was simply a dispute over a parking spot.
What more evidence do we need to see where Obama’s sympathies lie? He is outraged at anything that seems to be against Islam and shows no concern when something is against Christianity or Christians.
In the past we have covered how Obama surrounds himself with pro-Islam people. There are a number of his staff and advisors who are aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood and CAIR.
The head of the Department of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, believes that his job is to protect Muslims from being discriminated against. I thought his job was to protect us from terrorism. Here is what he said:
“For my part I’ve been on a, I’ve been in listening mode for these conversations. I’ve also said that we, in the administration and the government, should give voice to the plight of Muslims in this country and the discrimination that they face, and so I’ve personally committed to speak out about the situation that very often people in the Muslim community in this country face. The fact is that there are 1.6 billion in the world, and that the Islamic faith is one about peace and brotherhood.”
He is going to personally make it his mission to stop the discrimination against Muslims. What about the discrimination against Muslims in America against Christians?
You would think that the Department of Homeland Security is supposed to be about securing the nation against threats, especially against terrorism. Isn’t that why it was started?
We have already seen a report from DHS stating that those who are violent extremists, those who most threaten our nation, are those who are anti-Sharia law, against illegal immigration, pro-second amendment, for traditional marriage, and so forth. I understand that there is another such report coming out soon.
The things that are said about discrimination against Muslims do not square with the FBI’s statistics on hate crimes. I have been following the FBI hate crime statistic for years. I have put a chart showing the statistics for the last 10 reported years on my Facebook page. This chart shows that in 2013, the last year reported as of this date, 116 Christians were victims of hate crimes, 165 against Muslims, and 689 against Jews. The difference between Christians and Muslim is marginal, but look at the Jews. Shouldn’t we be more concerned about the hate crimes against Jews?
CAIR and other Muslim groups keep complaining about “Islamophobia.” Should we be more concerned with “Jewophobia?” Isn’t that the real problem? This is not exclusive to America. There is so much hatred against Jews in Europe that the Prime Minister of Israel is encouraging European Jews to relocate to Israel. He has even set aside $45 million to help with their resettlement.
What we are hearing from this administration shows a complete disconnect from reality. It is propaganda put forth to turn us away from Israel and toward Islam. They are trying to paint the picture that the real danger for America comes from those like Fortress of Faith who stand for the values that have made this nation great.