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Title: Only 76 out of the 1,705 deadly force attacks against religious
Post by: D2D on 10 31, 18, 04:28:42:AM
 organizations (including all denominations of Christianity, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, etc.) since 1999 have been inspired by animus against a specific people group (be it racial or religious or something else).



Liberal groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) track "hate crimes," and conservatives rightly remember crimes of malice committed against them, but the vast majority of crime is not motivated by animus towards people groups — but by personal anger. Carl Chinn (http://www.carlchinn.com/deadly-force-history.html), founder of the Faith Based Security Network, has catalogued deadly force attacks against religious organizations for nearly 20 years, and found that "hate" only inspired a small percentage of these attacks.
"The animus that results in deadly violence is one of the lowest reasons that we see deadly violence," Chinn told PJ Media. While this does not prove that animus towards people groups (racism, sexism, Christianophobia, et cetera) does not exist, it does show that the more likely motive for deadly violence — at religious organizations at least — is something else.
According to his statistics, only 76 out of the 1,705 deadly force attacks (http://nebula.wsimg.com/ed8cc29d82edaf5921026164e3840b9e?AccessKeyId=16B07A2D0672906279DB&disposition=0&alloworigin=1) against religious organizations (including all denominations of Christianity, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, etc.) since 1999 have been inspired by animus against a specific people group (be it racial or religious or something else). Such incidents make up only 5.87 percent of the deadly attacks on churches.
Chinn remarked that "the Southern Poverty Law Center is a flagship for what's wrong with the study of hate crimes." The SPLC brands mainstream conservative and Christian groups "hate groups," and focuses on instances of apparent animus against people due to their skin color, sexual orientation, or other characteristics. The group has been known to fall for "hate" hoaxes and to fail to correct the record afterwards.

https://pjmedia.com/trending/hate-crimes-there-have-been-1705-deadly-force-attacks-on-churches-since-1999/