Opus 2020-149: Next!
According to my notes, April 24 is Armenian Genocide Day. It is certainly not a day for parties and celebrations. It is a day to remember and wonder if we are approaching such an event again. There have been numerous genocidal movements. They date back to the beginnings of recorded history. Maybe a few reminders would be in order.
In the Bible during the conquest of Canaan we have numerous cases of entire cities being wiped out.
If you look at the history of Islam you find it is common under devout rulers to have Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians wiped out. The Armenian Holocaust is part of this ongoing tradition. You can also see a watered down version going on in Egypt against the Copts and in Iraq.
Among the American Indians of North America the Iroquois stand out. You also have the disappearance of the Anasazi. In central America it was always a hope.
We talk about the Jewish Holocaust and in the horror we tend to forget the murder of the Ukranian peasants just a few years later and the millions killed by the Chinese Communists shortly after.
Then we have Pol Pot and the slaughter of Cambodia.
The list could go on.
We should not be surprised by the evil that is lurking in the hearts of people. We should be worried because we see some of the same thinking starting to develop among the Proregressives* in government, media, education and business. There is a growing movement to silence those whom are deemed unfit. That will be all people who believe in the First and Second Amendments of the Constitution. It will involve all Christians and Jews who are really serious about living their faith.
So pause during your day for a moment. Remember the Armenians who were slaughtered for no other reason than they were Christians in a Muslim world. Use their memory to motivate you to stand up for Liberty while you still can. Perhaps this will speak to you.
First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out
—because I was not a socialist.
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out
— because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out
—because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for me
—and there was no one left to speak for me.
*(Liberals, educators, the media, socialists, communists, crony capitalists, elites, Rinos, Democrats, leftists, Never Trumpers, Antifa, BLM, MSM, Deep State, etc. Another word for swamp dwellers)
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