Originally Posted by clmetal
to answer your rhetorical question, the media wont report the aftermath (unlike Iraq) because it happened with NATO and a Democratic president. In the Balkans, the atrocities we fought to stop happened after we left, only this time, the Muslims went from victims to aggressors. Conveniently ignored
Holy fucking lolwut?
reported on the Iraqi christians fleeing Iraq after the collapse of law and order there, (They were a protected minority under Saddam) or their churches being attacked, bombed, mortar fire on christian neigborhoods, homes set on fire. No one reported on death threats, targetting by muslim gangs, forced conversions to Islam. No one covered Iraqi police (Or people dressed as police) stopping people on the street, asking for I.D. and straight up executing anyone with an assyrian christian name. Half
of Iraq's christians have now fled Iraq for Syria where they enjoy protection under Al-Assad. But for some reason no one wants to talk about that, and never have.
Now in Syria the Alawite (Shi'a, allied with Iran) regime of Bashar Al-Assad is slaughtering the Sunni Muslim minority rebellion in Homs, but protects the Christian minority which supports him, knowing what would happen to them after what happened to other protected Christian minorities in Iraq, Egypt, Libya. Now the right and some of the left are poking around with the idea of military intervention there to prevent outright genocide.
As they are in Iran where there are protected minorities of Christians and Jews that will not be saved by the next set of western forces when the hammer comes down on them. Just like they weren't saved in Iraq, Libya, Egypt.
You've got a lot of freakin' splainin' to do for any of this complete mess to equal the media being biased toward anyone
involved at all.