Barack Obama and his Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (also his likely 2012 running mate) have carefully crafted the singular most vile, secular, anti-Christian administration in US history.
For the first time ever, the State Department in its Country Reports on Human Rights has deliberately eliminated the entire section dealing with religious freedom. in its reports covering 2011 and instead referred the public to the 2010 International Religious Freedom Report (a full two years behind the times) or to the annual report of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), which was released last September and covers events in 2010 but not 2011.
In a major blow to persecuted Christians living in oppressive nations, the Clinton-led US State Department removed the section on religious persecution from the Country Reports on Human Rights that it released at the end of May 2012. The report, which this year highlighted the success of the “Arab Spring” – the assisted “revolutions” for a democratic society in several Middle Eastern nations such as Egypt, Tunisia and Libya, purged the sections which discuss the rampant abuse, persecution and loss of freedom for the Christians who live in these countries under their new “democratic regimes” in these predominately Muslim countries.
This is the first year the State Department would have needed to report on the effect the Arab Spring has had on religious freedom in the Middle East–had its reports, as always before, included a section on religious freedom.
Obama and Clinton may be willing to turn a blind eye toward the persecution of Christians, but I am not.
I am also quite certain that God is watching as well.
***Ed Randazzo, is a nationally syndicated author. He has been a conservative activist and consultant for over 30 years and is currently the Chief News Editor of Life and Liberty Media and Co-Producer of Liberty Today, a weekly television program seen on cable systems in most of South Dakota***
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