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I was surprised to see the post referenced above back, this morning. Never saw that, before ...
Truthfully, my heart goes out ... and my prayers go up to heaven ... for the people of Nigeria, and of all Africa. The colonial powers left too quickly, after drawing some lines on a map, and left a mess behind them. In equatorial Africa, for example, the main source of protein is human flesh. Muslims, communists, and simple warlords infest the continent. Disease is rampant.
But yet, Christianity is the fastest-growing religion in Africa, and belies to claim that Christianity is dying. Many African missionaries are coming to the West! Hope grows, even in areas where there doesn't seem to be any hope. The genocide in Rwanda has been replaced with reconciliation between those whose relatives were murdered, and the murderers (very few of the latter were jailed).
As for myself, I support s small Christian-based charity whose purpose is to dig wells throughout equatorial Africa, so that people can have fresh, clean, disease-free water. My other project, as an aside, is to support the Wounded Warrior Project.
I think that I am done posting, there. In response to an article about how Germany caved to UN pressure, I can sum up a three-paragraph post with the following: "Is it really a good idea to shove Germany towards radicalization, again?" Today, I went there, and ... just as I thought ... the post wasn't there.
Truthfully, I can't tell you how many times this has happened to me. There was no offensive language, I didn't say "Nazi" once (or even the term "national socialist), and of course, I didn't even try to get any profanity past their filters. But yet, the post was gone.
Has anyone see the offensive troll posts they have, over there? But my posts regularly get deleted (about half the time).
I will read their articles, but I won't bother posting there, anymore.
I have dual-citizenship with the United States and Germany. Most of my German relatives live in the Magdeburg area. Every time something like this happens, it adds fuel to the fire which is already stoking the neo-Nazi fire, in Germany. Of course, the National Socialist groups and parties are underground, at the present. But if this kind of outside pressure keeps building, well ... we know the results of the first go-around, don't we?
Germany is the most powerful nation in Europe. Push them too far, and we could see a repeat of two world wars which had their beginnings in that continent. This time, does anyone have an idea how fast Germany could become part of the nuclear community?
Stop the pressure on Germany. Stop the UN, one of the most destabilizing entities on the planet. It has proved its uselessness, anyway.