Saturday, May 1, 2010

Persecution and Genocide of Christians in Africa

I have just posted and article on my sister blog,, which reveals a correlation between current genocide statistics and the persecution of Christians. The data is based on a recent report (created on 22 April 2010) compiled by
Genocide Watch. The report deals with the current Countries at Risk of Genocide, Politicide, or Mass Atrocities.

I am 100 percent convinced that the 3000-plus farmers (Boers) who have been murdered in South Africa since 1994 were all Christian, -- every single one of them! Genocide Watch has listed the victims at risk of genocide at the hands of “Black Racists” at stage 5 (polarization) since 2002.

I am of the opinion that the Marxist/Communist-stimulated Government in South Africa have already progressed to stage eight (DENIAL) in the 8-stage process of classification adopted by Genocide Watch. According to Genocide Watch, DENIAL is the final stage in the genocide process. However, they also mention that all 8 stages can continue to operate throughout the process. This is exactly what is happening in South Africa at present. The evidence is scattered all over the place, --- but the ANC Government, assisted by the liberal-minded Main Stream Media (MSM) remain in wilful denial!

Click here to view the article about 'The Persecution and Genocide of Christians in Africa' @ The posting also contains numerous links to online resources and documents pertaining to this issue.

See also the related article on this blog:
There’s a War against Christians!

God Bless, and have a safe weekend!

See also the Recommended Article on the Sister Blog -

Painting a Picture of Evil


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