Monday, 28 August 2017

Pope prays for Muslims. Ignores Middle East christians

I just saw the Mario Bergoglio, aka "the pope", on BBC. He was at the balcony praying for the Rohingya Muslims in Burma. "We pray for our brothers and sisters in Islam", he said.
I've never heard Bergoglio -- this crypto-Marxist, this Islamopologist -- praying for the persecuted Christians in the Middle East. Persecution unto mass murder, such that their number has declined from 100% before the Muslim invasions in the seventh and eighth centuries to under 10% now.
It's not a matter of competitive oppression. Of who's been the most oppressed. Is it the Muslims in Burma or Christians in Egypt, Libya, Jordan, Syria? Not a question of that.
But surely, for god's sake, one ought to hear the head of Catholics pray for persecuted Catholics -- and other Christians! -- at least as much as we've heard him pray for his "brothers and sisters in Islam".