(Comments have been turned off for this post because radicals have been spamming it with horrible lies against Christians and Southerners. I included citations at the bottom for those with questions about the civil war)
May 19th marks the 100 year anniversary of the genocide of the Christian Pontic Greek people at the hands of the Muslim Turks.
Hundreds of thousands of Christians lost their lives. Just like the Christian genocide in Russia and the Ukraine, which also began one hundred years ago with the execution of the last (deeply Christian) Czar and his family at the hands of the Bolsheviks, this genocide is not only NOT taught in schools but is routinely diminished and dismissed by the far Left. They accuse those who even mention it as being “far right.”
There will be no presidential visits to museums, no documentaries on cable or network TV, no international recognition of this genocide.
Other Christian genocides which you are forbidden to acknowledge without attack include the socialist/atheist driven, Yankee genocide of the Southern States in America in the mid 1800s and the genocide of religious people and clerics during the French revolution (among countless more, feel free to post about the ones dear to your heart in the comment section).
Many people ask why I have the Confederate song “I’m a Good Ole Rebel” as the current theme song on my YouTube channel.
Simple, even though that particular song is about the Southern fight against of the murderous Lincolnite traitors, you can take any of these genocides which feature the common theme of socialist/satanic/anti Christian/tyrannical forces attacking good Christian people by way of systematic genocide, and apply it.
The Devil has no new tricks up his sleeve. He literally does the exact same thing over and over and over again.
So Greeks, I don’t think my fellow Confederates would mind a bit if you borrowed this song and made it your own.
🎶 “Oh, I’m a good ole Greek, that’s just what I am. And for this Turkish nation, I do not give a damn. I’m glad I fought against her, I only we wish we’d won. I don’t ask any pardon for anything I’ve done.”🎶
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