this past Easter Sunday, one of the most sacred Christian holidays, have been killed by Islamist terrorists in Sri Lanka more than two hundred people. The majority of this is likely to have been Christians, because the bombers blew themselves up in three churches in the air, to a time when these were full of believers celebrated the Easter service. The offender was refused entry into the Church with the note, it held a worship service. He had insisted, wanting to film shots. So he turned away empty-handed in the churchyard, and detonated his bomb, which he several children in the death of crack, the played here. They took a break after they had participated in the Sunday school. In addition, detonated bombs in three Hotels with Western guests. Overall, left behind by the terrorists, hundreds of dead, but also about 500 Wounded not just. Often such people can survive, but your life is never ever the same.
Still seems to be unclear whether the nine suicide bombers of a major Islamist organization, such as the Islamic state (IS) were supported, what this claims, the perpetrators themselves were members of a local Islamist group – it is clear, however: It was a gray misty stop. With unique offenders (Islamists) and unique Victims (Christians) – just like it's a terrible attack had traded, a month ago, a white, right-wing Australians in Christchurch, new Zealand, two mosques, attack, and fifty praying Muslims killed and fifty more injured, some seriously. It is a three-year-old child and a 71-year-old man died. Here, too, lives were lost (Muslims) and there was a perpetrator (a right-wing extremist), a man who believes in the racist, white superiority ideologies and all those who hate that look different than he is. Both crimes weigh heavy, both are to be condemned, no one in their right mind would make a difference.
White supremacy fanatics must be condemned by all politicians.
The more noticed how different some in the West, these two acts of terrorism have reacted. When it came to Christchurch, was immediately entered said the Right thing, while Sri Lanka has spoken of how our grandparents talked about Sex: embarrassed hüstelnd,. No one expressed this Nuance, perhaps more clearly than Hillary Clinton, the former presidential candidate of the American Democrats: "My heart breaks for new Zealand and the Muslim community", tweeted you to Christchurch: "We must maintain our fight against the continuation and normalization of Islamophobia and racism in all their forms upright. White supremacy fanatics must be condemned by all politicians. Their murderous hatred to stop." I have nothing to add. Clinton is right. But how else is sound, we just need to set your Tweet to Sri Lanka: "this is a Holy weekend for many of the faiths we were United against hatred and violence. I pray for all affected by today's attacks on Easter worshipers on Easter Revelers and travelers in Sri Lanka."
It is worth to analyze these bumpy sentence, because it highlights the politically correct misery, in this white, Western woman. A "sacred weekend for many faiths"? Easter is the Christians Holy and the Jews as a Passover, or anyone else, so you have to wonder why Clinton expressed so curious. The question is, you have to answer is: How the devil the Holy water Clinton to take the word "Christian" in the mouth, although you can hardly complain of the victims of this attack, without naming their Religion is not afraid. Because that's why they died. This attack was directed against Christians – like the attack of Christchurch was given to the Muslims. For the same reason Clinton used the peculiar phrase "Easter worshipper", why not just "Christians"? Because Christians are in the hierarchy of the sacrificial cult at the very bottom. You are never victims, but rather perpetrators, therefore they are also referred to never as a victim, even if they died for their Faith.
And the culprit? Anyone who reads Clinton's Tweet, they do not know, who has killed in Sri Lanka who. Of Islamists, the speech is never. To Christchurch Clinton called the horse and the rider, to Sri Lanka, the victims lose their names, and the perpetrators were not available. No one is to blame.
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Created: 27.04.2019, 22:49 PM