The war on Christianity is being waged by those who proclaim it the loudest. The ones who claim they are being victimized, marginalized, that they deserve special rights, extra privileges, more power.
"Look at what we do, not what we say," convicted felon John Mitchell once said in a rare moment of introspection and candor.
"By their fruits ye shall know them," as another convicted criminal once observed.
Here's a simple litmus test to tell if a person is a persecuted Christian:
If they claim to be, they ain't.
Christians are supposed to shut up and take it like an adult. In all things we are to give thanks to God. We are to return love for hate, good for evil. We go the extra mile. We are, as much as possible, live at peace with our fellow human beings.
We turn the other cheek.
We help those who need help, regardless of who they are or what they have done to us.
Anybody who bitches because they can't force others to participate in their rituals -- rituals which by definition are empty and void of meaning the moment they become compulsory -- is not following the teachings of Christ on this matter.
And it's a probable 12-to-7 they ain't really following Him in anything else.