In one nation, at least two dozen mostly Catholic but some Anglican churches have been vandalized or torched in recent weeks; and that nation’s leaders are either openly calling for more or shrugging their shoulders.
Indeed, consider the reaction to these hate crimes coming from some of Canada’s leaders: Harsha Walia, the head of British Colombia’s Civil Liberties Association—which claims to “promote, defend, sustain, and extend civil liberties and human rights”—on June 30 tweeted, “Burn it all down,” in regards to churches. So much for her zealous “defense” for the “civil liberties and human rights” of Canadians; apparently they only apply to some people, not others.
Although she appears to be a Hindu, this Walia’s place of birth (Bahrain) and her last name are curiously Islamic—not, of course, that it matters: India has become so anti-Christianity that it is currently the 10th worst persecutor of Christians in the entire world; being a Christian in India is actually worse than being a Christian in most Muslim nations—which is saying much.
Ezra Levant joined Tucker Carlson on his nightly Fox News show to discuss the ongoing arson attacks on Churches across Canada.
Ezra explains that the churches being burned down are primarily churches that serve aboriginal populations across western Canada.
Yet bigoted arsons seem to think that these anti-Christian hate crimes are somehow retribution for crimes committed in residential schools throughout early Canadian history.