Ace of Spades and Hot Air are asking a very good question:

“What are the criteria for hashtag activism”?

More than 200 Christian girls are kidnapped by the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram. Roughly a month after the kidnap, the plight of the girls is given an airing by the lamestream media, including a bit of hashtag activism involving the “Worst” Lady of the White House.

In yet another case of savagery, a young Christian woman is facing the prospect of being hanged in the Sudan because her father is a Muslim and her husband is a Christian. There is silence from the White House over this blatant denial of human and religious rights of this particular woman… oh and by the way, did I mention that she is also sentenced to receive 100 lashes before she is hanged? One concession though, she is allowed to give birth before she is so brutally slaughtered.

You can bet that you will not hear anything from the disgraceful individuals who presently occupy the White House, because if they said anything they would be exposing the reality of Islam to all and sundry – and that would never do!!

On the other hand, perhaps this young woman understands what it means to be a martyr. If she survives the 100 lashes, she will then be hanged or perhaps stoned to death as an adulteress because she is married to a Christian man. The woman’s fate is no different to the fate that awaited the early Christians when they were condemned to death and received cruel and unusual punishment, including being ripped to death by lions.  We might want to wring our hands about her fate, but really she will receive her reward when she dies, the reward of eternal life in the Kingdom of Heaven.


2 responses to “Hypocrisy

  1. Has this administration really done anything good?