dishsoapamong that most white nationalists are not christian but will use Christianity as a ploy to help push their agenda and gain more support from the radical christian evangelicals,
also christians are definitely not the most persecuted dude. idk where ur thinking that from but thats just not true at all...
First of all none of these mass shooters are Christians, especially the ones shooting up Christian Churches. Second of all these attackers are not trying to rally Christians onto their side. They are trying to rally disgruntled young men.
Third, Christians are in fact by far the most persecuted group of people in the world by far and have been suffering mass oppression and genocide for years and in many Islamic countries, millions of Christians are being forced out or even killed as the Islamic government and people attempt to wipe out Christianity. Not too long ago in Iraq there were 1.4 Million Christians, now there are barely any who have to hide their identity just to survive. In Pakistan Christians are regularly given death sentences or straight up murdered just for their religion. 20% of the Middle East was Christian in the 20th Century, now due to widespread persecution and genocide it is less than 5%.
This doesn't even include the mass persecution is any communist country like North Korea or ex-communist asian countries like China. In India and Sri Lanka we see the same persecution, murder and rape yet somehow everyone in the west seems to be completely unaware of the millions of people suffering simply due to their religion.
The Holy See has reported that over 100,000 Christians are violently killed annually because of some relation to their faith. Over 200 million Christians are denied fundamental human rights solely because of their faith, the majority are persecuted in Muslim-dominated nations.
Paul Vallely has said that Christians suffer numerically more than any other faith group or any group without faith in the world. Of the world's three largest religions Christians are allegedly the most persecuted with 80% of all acts of religious discrimination being directed at Christians, who only make up 33% of the world's population.