Friday, 14 April 2017

No Solidarity or #Hashtag Campaigns for Murdered Egyptian Christians..................from Daniel Thomas

It speaks volumes about the British and European political class and their motives when they deem the murder by Muslims of British and Swedish innocents to be more worthy of their thoughts and prayers than the murdered Christians of Egypt.

The virtue signaling public is also guilty of a massive double standard and gross hypocrisy when they weep their crocodile tears for the murdered of Westminster and Stockholm but stay silent and dry eyed on the recent carnage in Tanta and Alexandria, Egypt.

As despicable and horrific as it was, the death and destruction in Westminster and Stockholm was mild in comparison to the carnage in St. Georges Church, Tanta and St. Marks Coptic Cathedral in Alexandria which was deliberately timed to take place during a crowded Palm Sunday Mass.

The forty-nine dead and over one hundred injured are so insignificant that they didn’t warrant the Eiffel Tower, the Brandenburg Gate or the Place of Westminster to be lit up in the Egyptian colours; they didn’t warrant an #IAmEgyptian hashtag campaign; they didn’t even warrant a repetition of the specially prepared soundbites that are routinely brought out whenever a Muslim commits an atrocity in a western country.

Read the article here

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