“Christianity under attack? Sri Lanka church bombings stroke far-right anger in the West.”
That was the headline in the Washington Post the day after the world learned the Easter Sunday church bombers were radical Islamist terrorists.
It seems the Post isn’t sure if Christianity is under attack. But it is sure only the “far-right” is upset about the massacre of “Easter worshippers,” as they term them.
Historically, the Left has used perceived persecution to accrue power—so they are reticent to have Christians benefit from actual persecution, thus they use the label “Easter worshippers”—as if it’s a spring festival of sorts.
This is how identity politics works and it is at work in the coverage of the slaughter of Christian innocents.
Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and leading Democrats all used “Easter worshippers” language, generating much-deserved pushback.
No atrocity is so great as to prevent the Left’s pursuit of power.