Syriac Catholic Patriarch: West “naive and complicit” in destruction of Middle Eastern Christianity, a post from Jihad Watch

“We have to understand that totalitarianism based on Islamic creed is the worst among all systems of government. Yes, my friends, the very survival of Christians in the cradle of Christianity is quite in danger.”

Yet the West is silent. Why? Why are Church leaders in the West so uniformly silent about the Muslim persecution of Christians? Jean-Clément Jeanbart, the Melkite Greek Catholic Archbishop of Aleppo, gave an interview to a French reporter in which he was highly critical of the mainstream media and even of his fellow bishops for ignoring the Muslim persecution of Middle Eastern Christians. “The European media,” he charged, “have not ceased to suppress the daily news of those who are suffering in Syria and they have even justified what is happening in our country by using information without taking the trouble to verify it.” And as for his brother bishops in France, “the conference of French bishops should have trusted us, it would have been better informed. Why are your bishops silent on a threat that is yours today as well? Because the bishops are like you, raised in political correctness. But Jesus was never politically correct, he was politically just!”

Archbishop Jeanbart was not the first to say this. “Why, we ask the western world, why not raise one’s voice over so much ferocity and injustice?” asked Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco, the head of the Italian Bishops Conference (CEI). Syriac Catholic Patriarch Ignatius Ephrem Joseph III Younan himself has in the pastappealed to the West “not to forget the Christians in the Middle East.” The Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch Gregory III has also said: “I do not understand why the world does not raise its voice against such acts of brutality.”

But the Patriarch should have understood, since he is a major part of the problem. After all, he recently said: “No one defends Islam like Arab Christians.” It is to defend Islam that Western clerics do not raise their voice against such acts of brutality. It is to pursue a fruitless and chimerical “dialogue” that bishops in the U.S. and Europe keep silent about Muslim persecution of Christians, and enforce that silence upon others. Robert McManus, Roman Catholic Bishop of Worcester, Massachusetts, said it on February 8, 2013 as he was suppressing a planned talk at a Catholic conference on that persecution: “Talk about extreme, militant Islamists and the atrocities that they have perpetrated globally might undercut the positive achievements that we Catholics have attained in our inter-religious dialogue with devout Muslims.”

Remember that Mohamed Atta, about the plane he had hijacked on September 11, 2001, told passengers over the intercom: “Stay quiet and you’ll be OK.” The Catholic Church appears to have adopted that statement as its policy regarding Muslim persecution of Christians. When will Pope Francis canonize Atta?

“Leave them; they are blind guides. And if a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit.” (Matthew 15:14)

Younan

“West Turns Blind Eye Toward Islam’s Attack on Middle East Christians: Patriarch, by Steve Weatherbe, Life Site News, August 5, 2016:

TORONTO, August 5, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Developed countries motivated by a need for oil and desire for profits are abandoning their principles to allow Islamic Jihadists to destroy Middle Eastern Christianity, the “cradle” of the faith.

So said the patriarch of the Syriac Catholic Church of Antioch, His Beatitude Ignatius Joseph III Younan, to the annual international gathering of Knights of Columbus here last week.

“We have to understand that totalitarianism based on Islamic creed is the worst among all systems of government. Yes, my friends, the very survival of Christians in the cradle of Christianity is quite in danger,” the patriarch said.

“Why shall we wonder at the rise of the Islamic State or its new ‘Caliphate,’ when these ‘allied rich countries’ – with among the most retrograde systems of government – continue to channel funding and weapons to terrorists spreading hatred and committing barbaric atrocities in the name of a religion?” (This was an obvious reference to Saudi Arabia, America’s chief ally in the Middle East, whose royal family supports radical Islamic believers in return for their endorsement of the Saud family’s rulership.)

In a straight-from-the-heart cry for help for the rapidly vanishing but 2,000-year-old Christian presence in Middle East, Patriarch Ignatius Joseph told the Knights that Saudi Arabia was funding Muslim jihadists to act out a new kind of murderous intolerance, and the Western democracies were letting them do it.

Quoting New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, the patriarch said, “For decades, Saudi Arabia has recklessly financed and promoted a harsh and intolerant Wahhabi version of Islam around the world in a way that is, quite predictably, producing terrorists.”

While the West practices separation of church and state in its own countries, he noted, it has been happy to support Middle Eastern regimes that unite Islamic intolerance with government and “do not hesitate to talk about ‘Muslim political parties,’ ‘Muslim Civilization’ and ‘Muslim World.’” Yet the West is unwilling to admit its own Christian roots or “mention anything reminding Europe of its history, which was for millennia permeated by Judeo-Christian values.”

The patriarch noted that the acceptance by the West of political Islam has been dangerously combined with support for Muslim rebels fighting to bring down Syria, “a country that had one of the most secularized governments in the Middle East” and protected Christians and other minorities.

“We, the Church pastors, kept warning Westerners who pretended to have the right to interfere in Syria in the name of democracy, that fomenting violence would surely lead to terrible sectarian war because of the complex religious and ethnic diversity in Syria. We knew innocent people, primarily Christians and minorities, would suffer most.”

But Western countries ignored Church leaders and “today, Syria is the most dangerous spot on the planet. Half a million Christians are gone. More than 140 churches and ancient monasteries were desecrated, abandoned or completely destroyed. Two Archbishops were kidnapped three years ago. Their fate is still unknown. Clergy are slaughtered. Civilians used as human shields. Most of all, Islamic Wahabism, the worst among radical religious groups, is rising and spreading. It is as we warned.”

A similar Western policy of overthrowing secular, autocratic regimes has resulted in the expulsion, he charged, of “150,000, some 40 percent of all Christians still living in Iraq” two years ago.

The patriarch accused Western leaders of being “naïve and complicit” in this destruction, motivated by fear and greed. They have naively pretended that political Islam is peaceful while being afraid to act decisively when it is violent.

He recited the motto of the Muslim Brotherhood to underline the violence in Islam:

“Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way and dying for God is our ultimate desire.”

Patriarch Joseph Ignatius contrasted Western political leaders with the behavior of the Western church. “Church leaders and courageous Catholics from North America and Europe,” he said, “have visited those refugees to alleviate their dire conditions. Like the Good Samaritan, they emulate Jesus, sharing in their suffering, consoling, encouraging and reminding them that the Lord will never abandon them. Even in the worst living conditions, Christians are always messengers of the ‘Hope against all Hope.’”

But Christianity in the Middle East was now “an endangered species that could be wiped out for good. We have to understand that totalitarianism based on Islamic creed is the worst among all systems of government. Yes, my friends, the very survival of Christians in the cradle of Christianity is quite in danger.”

Though he did not offer concrete proposals in his prepared speech, the Crux news organization reported his verbatim comments suggested a change to national policy: “You can’t be allied with regimes that discriminate, or do not accept the religious freedom of non-Muslims. It’s not honest or sincere to be allied to such a regime and to say we have an annual report about religious freedom.” The U.S. government and Congress both produce annual reports on religious freedom.

Robert Spencer, the director of Jihad Watch, told LifeSiteNews: “The patriarch is right. The exhortations to violence against unbelievers come from the very heart of Islam – the Qur’an and the example of Muhammad. The Pope should heed his words and stop retailing politically correct fantasies.”…

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COMMENTS

  1. Ex-muslim says

    August 6, 2016 at 1:37 pm

    He is right. The West is infinitely Anti-Christian and deeply pro-islam. The West loves and respects muslims and islam while they hate Christ and the Bible! West is pure evil and they really, really deserve to be taken over by the muslim jihadists the love and respect.

    • gravenimage says

      August 6, 2016 at 2:33 pm

      More from “Ex-muslim”, salivating over the specter of his (former?) coreligionists conquering us. *Ugh*.

      And even if he cares nothing for those of us in the West–as he clearly does not–how can he believe that Islam conquering the West will help Christians in the rest of the world?

      Likely he does not. He just wants to see us suffer and die at the hands of Muslims. In what way, exactly, is he an “ex” Muslim?

      • Christianblood says

        August 6, 2016 at 6:51 pm

        (Syriac Catholic Patriarch: West “naive and complicit” in destruction of Middle Eastern Christianity).

        This Bishop does not know the fact that America is both the greatest pro-jihadist nation as well as the greatest Anti-Christian nation on Earth! There is NO country on Earth that backs, supports, funds and arms islamic jihadist groups and states as America does. America is directly responsible for the hundreds of thousands of Serbian Christians evicted from their ancestral lands in Metohija, Kosovo and the thousands who were murdered there either by American/Nato bombings or their jihadist allies known as (KLA) and other islamic jihadists. America is also directly responsible for the genocidal persecution and eviction of millions of Christian in what was known ‘Iraq’ and is doing the same thing today to millions of Syrian Christians who are on the brink of even more atrocious religious genocide perpetrated by the islamic jihadists that are backed by America and the West in Syria.

        America consistently refused to arm the only organized Christian militia in ME while at the same it is continuously arming, training and funding various islamic jihadist groups and countries in the region. There is NO Anti-Christ power bigger than America in the world today and the Lord knows this and He will reward America and the West for this. Surely He Will! Please read America’s refusal to arm Christian militia on the link below:

        http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/260821/dc-refuses-arm-persecuted-christians-fighting-isis-raymond-ibrahim

    • Kay says

      August 6, 2016 at 2:58 pm

      Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves.

      You will know them by their fruits. Grapes are not gathered from thorn bushes nor figs from thistles, are they? So every good tree bears good fruit, but the bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. So then, you will know them by their fruits.

    • Christianblood says

      August 6, 2016 at 6:28 pm

      Ex-muslim posted

      (..The West loves and respects muslims and islam while they hate Christ and the Bible!..)

      Ex-muslim, America and the Wes not only respect and love islam and muslims but they side with islamic jihadists in hot wars and literally fight for them! For example, America and the West sent their own air force to help the jihadists in Libya that overthrew the regime of Qaddafi. US & Nato also bombed Serbia in support of their islamic jihadist allies there and carved out two islamic states (Bosnia & Kosovo) for their muslim jihadist allies. Just two days go, a huge stash of US made weaponry abandoned by US-allied jihadists in Syria were found in terrorist-held districts in Allepo Syria. Please watch the video below documenting this:

      https://www.rt.com/news/354653-syria-rebels-weapons-us/

    • Dom107 says

      August 7, 2016 at 5:34 am

      Now come on that is “over egging the pudding” by a zillion percent.The West has made some foolish mistakes when thinking they can civilise that
      horrible can of worms called the Middle East and the endless murderous squabbling of the Islamic religion but you can tell just by this page that no one loves them!.There are well meaning Christian people who have been killed by Daesch and even governments who are using too much heart and not enough head but the unforeseen negative consequences of their actions do not meam they love Daesch.They are just foolish and we need to make them learn from their failures !

  2. ploome says

    August 6, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    Well

    First the Saturday people, then the Sunday people

    remind ” His Beatitude “, how his Christians treated the Jews and to this day, collude with muslims against Israel.

    What goes around…

    Genesis 12:3

    I will bless those who bless you,
    and whoever curses you I will curse;
    and all peoples on earth
    will be blessed through you.”

    ……….tell his beatitudie to ask forgiveness and pray

  3. shosh7154 says

    August 6, 2016 at 1:58 pm

    Catholicism is the most highly funded organization in the world. The pope has the power to set up safe zones in Syria for catholics who are being persecuted. However, the pope is making statements to the press that islam is not a dangerous ideology and should be embraced and welcomed into the family of catholicism. Islam states that Yeshua (Jesus) is a slave to Mohamed, the prophet of islam and will return to slaughter all the “Christians” under the order of Mohamed. Islam states that allah has no son.

    • Kay says

      August 6, 2016 at 2:48 pm

      The Pope and all Christians must declare the true Gospel, praise the true God and proclaim Christ crucified (and triumphant over death).

    • gravenimage says

      August 6, 2016 at 10:33 pm

      I am *no* fan of this witless pontiff–but the idea that the pope can set up “safe zones” for Christians in the middle of a Jihad war zone simply makes no sense.

      That would be like saying a pope would have had no trouble setting up safe zones for Jews in Nazi Germany.

    • Ex-muslim says

      August 6, 2016 at 2:20 pm

      In other words, Father Jacques Hamel died fighting. The question is now:
      Who in the West will continue the-fight-back he started? Who?

      • gravenimage says

        August 6, 2016 at 2:39 pm

        A large percentage of us here at Jihad Watch are Westerners–including Robert Spencer himself. “Ex-muslim” no doubt knows this, but likes to pretend otherwise.

      • Jay Boo says

        August 7, 2016 at 12:01 am

        It won’t be Ex-muslim
        he will be too busy finding fault and pointing his anger at the West to have even a moment free to impede a single jihadi.

    • Kay says

      August 6, 2016 at 2:46 pm

      That Father Jacques rebuked the evil spirit in Jesus’ name is important.
      Maybe the Pope is aware of the evil spirits as well when he mysteriously says “the others”.
      Muslims can repent and turn to Christ. They can forego evil acts. They can be saved. Jesus died for ALL people. There is no question about the evil perpetrated by Islam and all of you know it better than anyone except those people who have been more direct victims. Even so, Muslims are nit evil itself. They, like everyone else, can choose between life and death, blessings and curses.
      But woe to those who call evil good and good evil.

  4. SirWalterSmith says

    August 6, 2016 at 2:06 pm

    I still think this is not incompetence but a deliberate act to enforce some form of Islamo/Christian religion upon the entire world with Islam being the senior partner. To have so many incompetent leaders of government, media and faith all at the same time must be statistically unrealistic.

    • Mac-101 says

      August 6, 2016 at 3:38 pm

      Agree, right after THEY start WWIII and wipe out the ME and rebuild Jerusalem and make it the center of World government, finance and rebuild the Temple for Satan’s Beast’s 42 month rule of the NWO! Islam/Bahia’ or something like it will be the forced religion of the Beast.

      • gravenimage says

        August 6, 2016 at 10:44 pm

        Lots of gobbledegook here–but one thing really stood out was your thinking that Islam and Baha’i are one and the same. Why? Baha’i is in my estimation pretty silly, however it is not a violent creed–but Islam is. The Baha’i do not engage in forced conversion–but Muslims do.

        • Mac-101 says

          August 7, 2016 at 12:36 am

          True, but Baha’i combines a little Christianity and Buddhism and Hinduism into the majority of Islam from my recollections from about 10 years ago. It is also headquartered in Jerusalem, at least Israel the last I read. Also Soros has invested tens if not hundreds of Millions into Baha’i’ for some reason. Soros ALWAY’s has a reason for his charity, and it is NOT for charity. I tried to look this connection up about 3 years ago but it went down the Google memory hole.
          .
          As for gobbledygook, most of my rant follows Revelation. You may want to read it.
          .
          PS: My public Edumakation taught me a / does NOT mean the same, just listed in sequence with others.

  5. Richard Paulsen says

    August 6, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    He has never been mentioned on Swedish TV. Noone knows him here. Nothing about what happens to Christians in Mid east.
    Day after day just news about muslim population and muslim men wanting to come to Sweden, Germany and so on.

    • Kay says

      August 6, 2016 at 2:34 pm

      International Christian Concern tries to help mid-eastern Christians. You can get their info emailed to you.
      Two other organizations are:
      Open Doors
      Voice of the Martyrs

      I’m going to a presentation by some of the persecuted church this afternoon.

      • Richard Paulsen says

        August 6, 2016 at 2:45 pm

        Thank you. Swedish TV (SvT1,2, TV3 and TV4) never say anything. Islam and Christian believes being the same thing according to leading politics and media. Having the same God. It is so absurd.

      • Greyhound Fancier says

        August 6, 2016 at 5:17 pm

        The Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East assists Christians who have had to refugee from their homes due to ISIS, etc. They accept support from their UK and US websites.

        Europe not supporting the Christians is like a tree tearing up its own roots. It won’t live long.

    • umbra says

      August 6, 2016 at 2:46 pm

      Well swedish TV (and all western mainstream media) are useless in this regard. Better off with sourcing information from verifiable alternative news sites.

      • Richard Paulsen says

        August 6, 2016 at 3:22 pm

        Right. Feels as if living in exile. Good there is the web with a lot of very good international sites as well as private swedish.
        There also are a few weekly newspapers here. With articles from international newspapers and by good swedish writers as well.
        For security and political reasons being sent in neutral envelopes to subscribers,

  6. Angemon says

    August 6, 2016 at 2:24 pm

    Most of all, Islamic Wahabism, the worst among radical religious groups

    How does “islamic wahabism” (is there wahabism in any other religion?) differ from, for example, shia islam, on the prescribed treatment of women, gays and non-muslims?

  7. Kay says

    August 6, 2016 at 2:31 pm

    It is our shame. For our negligence of other Christians we all need to repent. True repentance means a change of heart and then actions.

  8. somehistory says

    August 6, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    Jesus gave the reason: “The world hates you (Christians).* He said that His followers were (are) “no part of the world” and for this reason, Christians are hated by the world. The leaders, in the West and elsewhere, and many followers of the leaders, are a large part of “the world” Jesus was speaking about.

    The “world” hates Christians as it hates Christ.

    • gravenimage says

      August 6, 2016 at 2:50 pm

      There is a lot of naivete and deep willful ignorance in the West, no doubt. But the idea that Western leaders–many of whom are Christians themselves–“hate Christians” is just witless.

      • Mac-101 says

        August 6, 2016 at 3:44 pm

        What major Western Nation has helped ME Christians as much as they have ME Muslims?
        .
        U know a tree by it’s fruit!

      • somehistory says

        August 6, 2016 at 4:02 pm

        Call it *witless* if you wish, g, but it will all come out *in the wash* when each one is held to account for their actions and their words.

        A person can call themselves *Christian* or anything else…*a rubber-tree plant*…*bird*…etc.
        But the fruit is what proves the claim.
        If a *leader* is Christian, he/she will not be silent about what is happening to Christians everywhere, nor make claims in support of islam.

        By the way, I have never said anything you have written was *witless* even when I wholeheartledly disagreed with what you wrote. But your claim is only your opinion.

        • gravenimage says

          August 6, 2016 at 10:59 pm

          I generally very much respect your opinions, somehistory–I should not have characterized your opinion here the way I did. My apologies.

          You can believe that every clueless dhimmi in the West is acting out of a deliberate hatred of Christ if you wish–but with respect I don’t believe that this is either accurate or useful.

          I know a lot of foolish dhimmis who desperately want to believe that Islam is a “religion of peace” and that invading Muslims are just “needy refugees”–this is suicidally foolish, no doubt–but it is *not* the same as acting out of an actual hatred of Christians and Christ.

          During the 1930s, there were many in the West who minimized the threat of the Nazis, and who even whitewashed Fascism as “efficient” and “modern”.

          All of these people were idiots–but only a very small number of them actually supported what would become the Nazi conquest of Europe and the Holocaust.

          Most of them were just willfully ignorant fools who desperately wanted to believe Hitler was not a threat.

          I think our situation now is *very* similar.

        • somehistory says

          August 6, 2016 at 11:36 pm

          g,
          I appreciate that you apologized and that you *generally* respect my opinions.

          One thing that I would like to point out here: What I wrote is not *my opinion.*
          What I said is what Jesus said. He said on more than one occasion that Christians would be “hated” by the world. Jesus said that. It is not merely *my opinion.*
          He also said that Christians would be “haled before kings and governors for His sake, to give a witness.” He made Christians understand that they were not to be afraid, but that they would be “given” what they were to say in those circumstances.
          So the visits to the rulers…leaders…would not be on friendly terms if they had reason to be afraid and would need His help to “give an answer” or “witness.”
          If the majority of “kings and governors” were Christian, there would be no need to be “haled” before them to give a “witness.”

          He also said that the “road to destruction”…destruction by Him…is “broad and spacious” and “many” are on the road…that “many go in through the gate” that leads to their destruction. He said “few are on the road to life” and that it is a “cramped and narrow way.”

          I didn’t make these things up. Whether or not you believe it to be “helpful” is your choice to make. I make my own choices based on what I believe to be best.

          I would like to think most people are good. But I have enough of a “history” to know what Jesus said is true from seeing it for myself. There will be a ‘separation” of the “sheep from the goats.” (sheep are given life….goats are not) Jesus will do this, but He told us upon what actions He will be making a decision for each person. We mere humans can see it for ourselves, if we choose to look.
          🙂

        • Kay says

          August 6, 2016 at 11:55 pm

          With respect for you both, gravenimage and somehistory,

          It can be hard to know if there is actually hatred or merely ignorance, wishful thinking, the habit of progressiveness, disregard, fear . . .
          except in the case of out and out terror or persecution, when there is no question whatsoever.

          Jesus said this so we would rely on His strength and power, and not fear people. When we are faithful to Him, He can act through us in powerful ways– to heal, to save lives, to encourage, to teach . . .

  9. anno nimus says

    August 6, 2016 at 8:37 pm

    The rulers are silent because if they say something then, good heavens, the people might get the crazy idea that the rulers are going to do something about it. So ignore the crimes and repeat again and again that Islam means peace. The media does a better job of covering up and misinforming that the rulers it is supposed to watch over.
    Diagnosis: West, at least officially, has lost Christianity and become a Godless, spineless, petrol worshipping, Jewish-obsessed, guilt-ridden, decadent and confused polity.
    Solution: reclaim your heritage, honor and fear God, and stand up for what is right.
    God will help us if we help ourselves.
    Ben Franklin

  10. Kay says

    August 7, 2016 at 1:59 am

    Inspiration:
    I tremble because of the sufferings of those persecuted in different lands. I tremble thinking about the eternal destiny of their torturers. I tremble for Western Christians who don’t help their persecuted brethren. In the depth of my heart, I would like to keep the beauty of my own vineyard and not be involved in such a huge fight. I would like so much to be somewhere in quietness and rest. But it is not possible… The quietness and rest for which I long would be an escape from reality and dangerous for my soul… The West sleeps and must be awakened to see the plight of the captive nations.
    Richard Wurmbrand, Tortured for Christ

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5 Responses to Syriac Catholic Patriarch: West “naive and complicit” in destruction of Middle Eastern Christianity, a post from Jihad Watch

  1. Anonymous says:

    The future of the West is not so pessimistic, but it can be more brighter. The West needs cheap the labors on its soils rather than to export jobs to China.
    At most, the West of the future will be like Israel more or less: being a democratic state that employs millions of cheap labors from Palestinian Arabs.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The US corporate would never bring the jobs back to Americans in great scale as long as there’s no such a policy of cheap labor comparable to what they have enjoyed so long that of China.

    Competitiveness has forced industry and manufactures of Capitalists to seek the benefit that is offered by Socialists.

  3. θ says:

    Underpaid modern “slaves” make Israel a fastest startup nation. Will the same underpaid slaves make America great again?

  4. Anonymous says:

    If the US were to leave the slave system (cheap labor) of China, other countries will so happily replace it. Sooner is better for them. The Cheap labor system of the Socialist China is a irreplaceable profit as well as powerful economic magnet for any sane Capitalist to compete in a very thigh and violent competition, to reduce loss and add the income for the middle and top managers, Money can’t be wrong. Politicians may be able to fool their constituencies that they can bring the jobs back to the US, but for what? For bankruptcy. It s becaise their position in China will be replaced by their competitors from Korea, Japan, Germany, elsewhere et cetera.
    Corporates would not fool themselves. Their would be the first to lose their jobs if they were to bring the jobs back to the US with standard of high wage of today’s labor system.
    Capitalists are not insane or suicidal, they may rethink to bring the jobs back to the US if Americans ready to address a real issue: Cheap Labor system (New Modern slavery) to compete with Socialists and Israel, Only if the US had s a similar competitive cheap labor system (Modern slavery), the Capitalists would see the US as attractive place of profits.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Win-win solution: The US allows illegal immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers to stay on condition to work with a special “Cheap Labor system” that is so competitive enough against the existent cheap labor system of the Socialist countries such as China. By that, the Capitalists would bring the jobs back to the US, and let their competitors from Korea, Japan, Germany, elsewhere choose to relocate into the US or replace their place in China.

    Only a specific Capitalist who personally tries to be a “Politician” would ever think to bring the jobs back from the Socialist countries into the US again with a today’s high wage standard, and under a tight ruthless competition of economy.

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