We all accept that events on Friday in New Zealand are shocking. They are shocking. We are all saddened and we should all take much time
to reflect on the question – Why?
I would now like to remind readers that, on Friday 15th of March, the same day as
the Christchurch shootings – the Christian Post headlined its front page with the following: 120 people killed, 140 homes destroyed by Nigeria Fulani since February.
On the 5th of February this year the Post headlined: 480, mostly Christians, killed in Nigerian ‘military massacres' from 2015-2017:
NGO report. 
Do we hear about it in our mainstream media? Do we care about it? What are we going
to do about it? Nothing!
No virtue signalling. No token horror. No flowers. No tears. Nothing.
Why? Because we are so smug, so utterly racist, so politically correct, so anti-Christian, so indifferent and so self-satisfied and preoccupied with our own little irrelevant lives to really give a damn.
What about the thousands of other Christians persecuted, tortured and murdered across the world, from the Coptics in Egypt to Christians in the Lebanon, Pakistan, India, China …? But that’s OK – it’s
only black-men killing more black-men. Who cares?
But let a white man disturb our own moral comfort zone we double-down in paroxysms of virtuous rage and indignation. That shouldn’t
be happening here. This is absolutely shocking. Yes it is! Quite shocking.
But what is even more shocking, sickening in fact, is the sight of politicians and community leaders falling
all over themselves in public horror – “look at me I’m really horrified – I’m taking my shoes off in a mosque – elections, who said elections - I’m kneeling down in a mosque – mea culpa - ”
then fronting the television cameras and publicly making knee-jerk pronouncements about banning visiting speakers, gun control, better policing, better intelligence services, more money for cultural re-education and so forth ad nauseam without any
proper forethought, consideration or consultation. A wise man thinks before he speaks. A politician ‘is’ – because he speaks.
The spectacle of public distress
and solidarity is as solid as a brothel in tin-pan alley. If we were genuinely concerned about the state of man in this increasingly dysfunctional world we would do more than take flowers to a police crime-scene, or join hands in a candlelight vigil singing
But then, we are after all, a nation of superficial bourgeois hypocrites, wherein appearance is more important than substance.
If we really want to make a difference, if we really want to take refugees, if we really wanted to help those wanting to escape from their various “multicultural” shit-holes, there are many hundreds of thousands of Christians
around the world, unwanted by their Mohammedan, Hindu, Buddhist and totalitarian hosts that would surely welcome the opportunity to live amongst us.