I have never been a particularly religious man. I’ve always had my own thoughts on God, the universe and my place in it. That said, it has always amazed me how Christians, or rather “so-called” Christians act.

According to the Bible, Jesus taught love, forgiveness and brotherhood. He was of the opinion that you should love your neighbor as you love yourself. Wise words indeed; and were we to even remotely follow them the world would be a far better place in which to live.

Which brings us to the United States of American under Donald J. Trump. Trump made no secret at any point in his life how racist he is. Even on the campaign trail he insulted Mexicans, Middle Easterners, just about everybody that wasn’t white and wasn’t born here.

And who backed him all the way?

Christians. The so-called “evangelicals” who call themselves Christians. So, how do you get from “love your neighbor as you love yourself” to “to hell with those fence jumpers, let ’em starve”?

Simple. Racism. That’s how it’s done. Which brings us to the present situation facing Iraqi immigrants in the United States.

Lately, the Trump regime has been doing everything they can to not only stop immigration on a wholesale level, but to round up and deport anybody that isn’t a U.S. Citizen. There have been hundreds of Iraqis rounded up and deported back to Iraq. Many of them wind up dead.

You see, Iraq is a Muslim state much like Iran. We wont get into the Sunni vs. Shia conversation, but suffice to say that when Islamic State took over a good portion of Northern Iraq one of the first things they did was start rounding up Christians and putting them to the sword. Sometimes literally.

This went on for a few years and in some places continue to this day. Although Iraqi and U.S. forces have claimed to have eliminated Islamic State, there are quite a few militia groups made up of those same members of Islamic State in operation in Iraq. These militia groups swear allegiance to Iran.

For those of you who don’t know, being a Christian in Iran is pretty much a death sentence. It is illegal in Iran to distribute or display any Christian symbols or literature. They will kill you for it.

So back in Iraq, these militia groups are carrying on “God’s good work” on behalf of Iran by abducting, beating, torturing and killing Christians.

That brings us back to those poor, unfortunate, Iraqi immigrants. Many have been here for years. Decades even.

And now they face deportation back to Iraq where they will in all likelihood face the same fate as others already have.

This is where the United States is supposed to step in. We have a thing called ‘asylum’. That basically means that if someone would face harassment, persecution and/or death if deported, we’re supposed to protect them by letting them stay here.

Enter the Trump regime.

Just this past September, a Mr. Hallam Ferguson stated that:

…a government commission that in the part of northern Iraq where many Christians live, militias aligned with Iran “terrorize those families brave enough to have returned, extort local businesses and openly pledge allegiance to Iran.”

In some towns, the numbers of Christians who have returned after the defeat of the Islamic State “have reached only 1 to 2% because of persecution by these militias. While the Iraqi government has pledged to rein in these militias, they continue to operate with impunity in many areas, with the authorities seemingly unable or unwilling to confront them.”


Now at the very same time Mr. Ferguson was making that statement, Michael Rubin at the request of the Department of Homeland Security said that:

Iraqi Christians could count on the state’s protection and are “largely immune” from politically motivated violence. “For the past several years, Iraq’s Shi’ite-majority government and security forces have worked to secure Christian churches and Christian neighborhoods. It is the elected Iraqi government which is now in control of Iraq.”


Seriously? How on earth could he have come up with that? There is still ongoing violence, unrest and in many areas, including the north, complete chaos. How could you have such polar opposite statements made at the same exact time?

At any rate, many Trump administration lawyers over at Immigration are using Michael Rubins’ statement to justify deporting these Iraqi Christians despite all evidence to the contrary. Essentially, the Trump administration is sentencing them to death. All the while, Trump is talking out of the other side of his mouth as usual.

Just two months ago at a speech in Michigan in January, Trump said that he was extending the stay of these poor, unfortunate Iraqis until they could find out for sure if it was safe to deport them. Of course, none of that was true as the trials to deport them never stopped and the effort to deport them has continued unabated to this day.

To make matters worse, Steven Cook, a Middle East expert at the Council on Foreign Relations, said this after his visit to Iraq in December:

“My view aligns more closely with USAID. Iraq seems to be in a situation of terminal collapse. With the continued presence of extremists and the unreliable central government, I find it hard to believe that Christians are safe and secure.”


Is this what we’ve become? A nation so hell bent on racism, intolerance and hate that we knowingly send people to their deaths?

What’s more, who is waving the flag, loving Trump and supporting him for doing this?

The Christians, that’s who.

So I guess, in the end, it’s “love your neighbor as you love yourself, so long as he’s white and was born in the U.S.”

John 11:35 – Jesus wept.

6 Comments to: Trump loves Christians – unless they’re Iraqi

  1. Zeedox

    March 7th, 2020

    Christians wash their collective hands of responsibility so much they don’t fear public germs anymore.

  2. Heisenberg

    March 9th, 2020

    My parents were bible thumpers. I never got into it. The more I went to church and Sunday school as a kid the less sense it all made to me. Plus I’ve never been a hold hands, tilt head back with eyes closed and sing hymns person. They look ridiculous doing that.

  3. Insurrectional_Leftist

    March 9th, 2020

    I would never make a good Evangelical. I was brought up Catholic, and for one thing Catholics can’t sing anyway. I can’t put on the fake prayer drop of the hat in public on the spot, superficiality renditions like it is a light switch deal. I mean you do that sparingly, when it’s important and it means something. If you’re going to do it ceremonially, or in ritual, then do it in the church. Motivate private prayer, etc.

    But this, continuous constant, public display drop of the hat…. It gets kinda fake and creepy.

    Why is it that Christian church attendance, etc has dropped in Europe, yet they seem to care more than we do; however we proclaim it more than they do?

  4. Rafalefighter47

    March 12th, 2020

    Guys! Listen to me! I’m a Christian myself, and I’m not here to prove who’s right and who’s wrong, but I’m here to warn you about Christ’s return!!!! You all MUST REPENT OR YOU WILL BE THROWN INTO THE LAKE OF FIRE!!!!! I may not have written the Bible, but that book comes from God!! Thing 1, remember I told you once I don’t make stuff up? This is another time where I am not! Everyone, please! This is no joke!!! Accept Jesus Christ into your lives while you still can!!

  5. Gomez_Adams

    March 13th, 2020

    I base my thoughts on what Jesus said, not some rambling person that wrote down a bad dream he had 100 years after Jesus was dead.

  6. Thing 1

    March 13th, 2020

    You’re kidding me dude! You have to be! Look man, it’s this simple: If you really think that 90% of the people that have ever walked on this planet are going to burn in a lake of fire because of one dude that said some really cool shit 2000 years ago who was then plagiarized, misquoted, used for profit, and capitalized on by people centuries after he was dead then you have a serious fucking problem. Talk to a Jew. They knew God thousands of years before christians ever became a thing. They’ll tell you that shit doesn’t even exist.

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