[The Church of England Newspaper] June 16, 2005--Christianity seems to be an acceptable target for victimisation in the eyes of many, for some strange reason....The reason may well be that ‘liberalism’ has changed. It used to be a cultural movement embodying a universal concern for justice and truth. But it has mutated into a concern for some groups, but not for all. The phenomenon of ‘post-colonial guilt’, taking root in the 1960s especially, has changed the way liberalism perceives the world. What the Serbs were accused of doing in the Balkans was in fact nothing like the vicious persecution being visited on Zimbabwe by Mr Mugabe, and yet the race card means that he can continue with no fear of Western intervention, and with the backing of other African states. Persecution of Christians in the former Soviet Union states grows apace, but who cares – Christians are not a group included under the umbrella of our new ‘rights’ culture.