In this essay I may step on some toes and offend some readers but I feel that any man who lacks the courage to speak his mind is of no use to anyone, and so I shall speak.
One of the very first essays that I wrote described the the plight of the Copts in pre-revolutionary Egypt. I wrote of young girls being kidnapped for wives, sex slaves, and forced prostitution, of sons, tortured and murdered for the sheer delight of the Muslim majority, and of churches burned as a form of weekend entertainment for the madmen of Islam.
That was Egypt under Mubarak, a nation devoid of morality where non-Muslims would always be second class citizens, subject to the doctrines of a strong man regime who afforded but little protection to the Christian minority. Not a good life for anyone, and so when Barrack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, the U.N. and our news media demanded change, the Copts, having faith in America, foolishly joined their Muslim oppressors in Tahrir Square seeking new leadership. In doing so they found new leaders and helped to open the gates of Hell.