Wednesday, October 04, 2006

The Genocide No One Wants To Talk About
2 million dead Catholics and counting

We've all heard of the Darfur region in the west of Sudan. And without a doubt, 300,000 deaths is an absolutely horrible thing. The vast majority of those killed in Darfur are Black moslems. And I believe the only reason anyone in the West said a damn thing is precisely because they were moslems.

Where was the West when 2 million Black Catholics in the southern Sudan were slaughtered? Shot, bombed, bayoneted, crucified, spikes nailed into their heads... and what of the thousands and thousands of fellow Catholics that Arab moslems kidnapped into slavery? Where was the West?

Now in America, Francis Bok, a former Sudanese slave, tells a story that sounds more like something written by Stephen King.

He told how he became a slave, was beaten daily, fed rotten food, witnessed atrocities and was even forced to perform Islamic prayers.

"I was a slave for an Arab master. He showed me to his family like your parents might show off their new car. He called me a black slave, and his kids came toward me and beat me with sticks. Nobody did anything to help me. I was bleeding and I didn't do anything," he said.

Bok said, "I was forced to sleep with his cows, his horses and his sheep and goats. My job was to take care of his goats. . . . I saw other kids who were captured with me doing the same kind of job.

"I asked him once why I was a slave and forced to live with animals, and why nobody loved me." It prompted the man to beat him and tell him he was not allowed to ask questions. But later, he said, his Muslim master "told me I was a slave and lived with animals because I was an animal" and not a human being.

During this "very bad experience," he said he witnessed horrible cruelties. Citing an example, Bok said a slave boy he knew got sick and was unable to care for another rich man's camels. So the rich man cut off his leg because he said the boy was "lazy."

Also, this little tid-bit...

During an official meeting on Islamic-Christian dialogue, an influential Muslim, who was addressing the Christians taking part, stated quite calmly and with assurance: "Thanks to your democratic laws, we will invade you; thanks to our religious laws, we will dominate you."

But remember folks... this isn't a war where islam is trying to wipe Christendom off the face of the earth.

1 Comments:

Blogger Dymphna said...

Whenever some fool at work starts babbling about how we should respect Islam I will remember the childhood Francis Bok had to endure.

1:22 PM  

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