The Religious Left Occupy Most of the Planet

The Religious Left

The Religious Left

Although the Left refer to conservatives as “the Religious Right,” the Left is far more religious, both in the United States and the world. With their comrades in arms, Fake News, Democrats created a myth on this subject over decades, another example of their hypocrisy.

Of the world’s 4.5 billion Asians, most are religious, and the majority is left-winged. Of Africa’s 1.3 billion blacks, most are religious, and again, the vast majority is left-winged. South America has half a billion people. Nearly all are religious, and once more, most are left-winged. There is a population of 220 million in the Middle East, the majority of which is God-fearing and left-winged. This also applies to Mexico’s population of 123 million. Altogether it adds up to 6.643 billion, which is nearly the whole population of Earth, and again, most are left-winged.

Yet Lefties love saying conservatives are religious! “The religious right!” they howl, like jumpy wolves under a full moon. When you point out that most of the world’s Lefties are deeply religious, they run away like burn victims from a fire. Try it out. Watch them flee. If you can persuade any to stay and address the subject, most shrug and say that Arabs or Asians are not left-winged or whine about them being religiously conservative.

In other words, they confuse the noun ‘conservative’ with the adjective ‘conservative.’ The noun refers to politics, while the adjective can apply to religion and politics. When you call a Republican ‘conservative’, it’s a noun, not an adjective. Here is the difference [emphasis mine]:


1. a person who is averse to change and holds to traditional values and attitudes, typically in relation to politics.

synonyms:  right-winger, reactionary, rightist, diehard; Republican; Tory

a supporter or member of the Conservative Party of Great Britain or a similar party in another country.


1. holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation, typically in relation to politics or religion.

synonyms:  traditionalist, traditional, conventional, orthodox, old-fashioned, dyed-in-the-wool, hidebound, unadventurous, set in one’s ways


Billions of Left winged people are religiously conservative (using the adjective). Africans, South Americans, and Indians are good examples. Suppose you see a stern, religious Muslim stoning a woman for breaking some rule. In that case, you may think he is conservative politically, but as soon as he immigrates to the U.S., he will most likely vote for the Democrats.

Regardless of how religiously conservative such foreigners are, most vote for socialists when they immigrate to America. Then the Democrats start chanting about the ‘religious right,’ as though none of their mob carry a Bible, Torah, Quran, Vedas, Tripitaka, Guru Granth Sahib, Kitáb-i-Aqdas, Agam Sutras, Kojiki or Avesta between them.

Democrats support immigration and bring family members together through chain migration. They provide immigrants welfare, give them free education, medical care, and food stamps.  Obviously, immigrants vote for them. Many came from countries that war with American marines who were sent by Republican Presidents. Let’s take a closer look at the United States itself:

A Religious Portrait of African-Americans


While the U.S. is generally considered a highly religious nation, African-Americans are markedly more religious on various measures than the U.S. population, including the level of affiliation with a religion, attendance at religious services, frequency of prayer, and religion’s importance in life. Compared with other racial and ethnic groups, African-Americans are among the most likely to report a formal religious affiliation, with fully 87% of African-Americans describing themselves as belonging to one religious group or another, according to the U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, conducted in 2007 by the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life. Latinos also report religiosity at a similarly high rate of 85%; among the public overall, 83% are affiliated with a religion.

Source | Pew Research Center

Most African Americans vote for the Democrats.



77% of America’s 35.4 million Latinos are either catholic (55%) or protestant (22%). 18% are unaffiliated.

Source | Pew Research Center


66% of America’s Latinos voted for Clinton on election day.

Source | Pew Research Center


Asian Americans

According to a comprehensive, nationwide survey of Asian Americans conducted by the Pew Research Center, Christians are the largest religious group in U.S. Asian adults (42%) and the unaffiliated are second (26%). Buddhists are third, accounting for about one-in-seven Asian Americans (14%), followed by Hindus (10%), Muslims (4%), and Sikhs (1%). Followers of other religions make up 2% of U.S. Asians. Altogether 74% of American Asians belong to a religion, while 26% are unaffiliated.

Source | Pew Research Center

73 percent of Asian Americans vote for the Democrats, and the number is growing fast.

Source | The New York Times

Don’t forget, Asia includes Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, East Timor, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, and Yemen.

Arab American Voters: Clinton 60 Percent, Trump 26 Percent

“Arab Americans have increasingly come to identify themselves as Democrats and vote for Democratic candidates.”

Source | The Huffington Post

U.S. Muslims are a strongly Democratic constituency

Fully two-thirds of U.S. Muslims identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party (66%). Far fewer say they are Republican or lean Republican (13%), while one-in-five says they prefer another party or are political independents and do not lean toward either major party. Muslim Americans’ partisan composition has changed little over the last decade, and they remain much more strongly Democratic than the public as a whole.

Muslims from various social and demographic backgrounds express a preference for the Democratic Party over the GOP. Muslim adults of all ages, for example, heavily favor the Democratic Party. And attachment to the Democratic Party is strong among U.S.-born and foreign-born Muslims alike (67% and 66%, respectively).


Here is a page that lays out the information on American religious groups and their political leanings.

Religious groups

I’d say there’s more blue on there than pink, wouldn’t you? Show me a Mexican woman, and I’ll show you a Catholic Democrat who opposes abortion. Like millions of American conservatives, millions of Democrat-voting Hindus, Muslims, Jews, Africans, and Asians oppose abortion. Instead of presenting this great mishmash of differences, liberal reporters hawk the old line that,

All the right are religious pro-life nuts, and all the Left are open-minded pro-abortion atheists.

The fairy tale that Lefties are not religious is applied equally in Canada, Australia, Britain, and New Zealand, dolloped out by Fake News in enormous quantities each day. When confronted with these facts, some Lefties cry, “Stop categorizing people – it’s racist!” Tell it to Pew Research, the CIA, and a hundred other organizations interested in politics and immigration. I will stop categorizing people when they do. Lefties in the U.S. and worldwide want the immigrants mentioned above because they need to replace vanishing Baby Boomer votes.

Every African who comes to the U.S. brings their religious beliefs and their political views. Every Mexican immigrant does the same, as do all the others, from Asia, the Middle East, and the rest. Their religious, left-winged political views are very relevant and concerning to Americans in general. The “Christian Right” is not a problem in the United States. The “Religious Left” is and one that is never mentioned by Fake News.

It is the religious Left who torture and kill gays back in their own countries. The religious Left burns people alive and commits untold numbers of atrocities, not the religious right. Islamic fundamentalists don’t have “conservative governments.” They have a “conservative religion.” It runs the State and country. Its “government” is governed by Islam.

When you introduce them to a country like the U.S.A., where there are conservative politics, they nearly always side with and vote for the Democrats. The next time you hear the Left harping about ‘the religious Right,’ ask them, “What about the religious Left?”



Author: Rob Larrikin