On Malala, and Standing on Your Hind Legs

Chelsen Vicari writes

It is time the international community, national leaders, and the mainstream media acknowledge the suffering of Christians in the Middle East, North Africa, Southeast Asia, and dare I say, the United States. Too many Believers are being kidnapped, tortured, raped, murdered or ostracized for simply standing up for their faith in Jesus Christ.  But most of all, it is time the church stand up for those persecuted in the name of Christ.

Religious liberties – Christian liberties — are their own unique culture battle. One in which Christians cannot afford to stay silent. We are winning the sanctity of life debate because we are bold enough to speak out. But we are losing the marriage debate because we are afraid of being called intolerant or bigoted. We cannot be afraid to call out Christian persecution. Because if we lose the religious liberty debate, then we will lose everything.

The world knows Malala. We must never forget her courage. Now, what about the Christians?

The thing with freedom is that you either use it or lose it.

The Establishment, as always, is looking to take away the liberty of its enemies, as a tool to reward its friends…

…while expanding its power. Which was the fundamental goal of the entire exercise.


If you don’t like it, you’re going to have to get up on your hind legs, and do something about it.


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