How many people must die each year, before it is classified a genocide? 100 per year? 1000 per year or 10 000 perhaps. A very subjective question, until one of the victim’s is someone you know. Or perhaps even you. And you become just a statistic or a white cross on some hill. Sure one could try and explain this away as just another conspiracy.
Let’s face it this would be an easy task, because this affect people you have never met, thousands of miles away, on the other side of world. It does not affect your life – so why care?
We thought really hard about how to answer this question. Sometimes words, really can not do justice, to an issue.
Let’s consider this. How comfortable would your life be if this was your neighbour?
He woke up this morning and is extremely excited because he just saw his party leader deliver an impressive speech that promised him free property, land he did not earn, never worked for and never will have to pay for. And all that is required for heaven to endow him with untold gifts:
IS KILL YOU !
But wait that is a crime is it not? Yes it is, but what if the authorities and the police think you deserve to die? You deserve to die – because 80 years ago your grand parents voted for the Democrats instead of the Republicans and as a result people of different races were then forced to live in different neighbourhoods. [Yes apartheid was also about voting and access to other Western privileges. However, the point is you were not even born when these policies were implemented]
If your happy neighbour makes you feel just a bit uncomfortable, then wait until you meet his friends.
They are singing, dancing and celebrating the plans they have for you and your family.
Now imagine this was your mother, your father or your child.
Perhaps even you.
Does this look or feel like just a conspiracy?
Perhaps all of these photos are fake?
Perhaps this video is fake?
If you really believe this then please try and explain this to Annette Kennealy’s family.
She was murdered only a couple of weeks ago:
Can we simply ignore reality and the tragic plight of thousands of our fellow Christians?
Can we really?