Mayhem in Canada
Category: News & PoliticsBy: vic-eldred • 3 weeks ago • 269 comments
Recently Canada has been experiencing a deluge of Church burnings and vandalism. It is almost reminiscent of the "Kristallnacht" in many ways. In British Columbia four Catholic Churches were burned in the past week. Over 20 have been burned or vandalized. On "Canada Day" the statues of Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth and other historical figures were attacked and/or vandalized. In Victoria, British Columbia, a statue of Captain James Cook was dismantled and thrown into the harbor. There hasn't been much coverage of it here in the US, of course, we got our own dose of it in 2020. It now seems like the radical left is on the march everywhere in North America. Canada being to the left of the US, it is no surprise that the government had little response. Justin Trudeau waited a weak before responding.
At that point, all he could muster was:
“ It’s real and it is fully understandable given the shameful history we are all become more aware of.”
“I can’t help but think that burning down churches is actually depriving people who are in need of grieving and healing and mourning from places where they can grieve and reflect and look for support.”. ....Justin Trudeau.
Trudeau introduced an anti-hate crimes bill into the Canadian Parliament that is targeting mean tweets and facebook posts and in the meantime there are literally places of worship being torched, which is an obvious hate crime via antifa style terrorists. All of that must have been for show because when real hate crimes happen Trudeau is practically silent on the matter.
As in the US there are government officials who are actively supporting the mob:
The executive director of the BC Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) is facing criticism over comments she made on social media in response to the burning of multiple churches in the wake of the discovery of human remains in unmarked graves at former residential schools.
In a June 30th tweet responding to a news article about a pair of Catholic churches burning down, Walia wrote "burn it all down."
As of today she still has her job.
As usual, the radical left has an excuse for all this destruction. A very familiar one. There have been numerous reports of a discovery of more than 600 unmarked graves in southern Saskatchewan and another report of 215 bodies in British Columbia. All in the vicinity of Church run schools. As with the US, the complaint typically involves very old history and the remedy begins with the left's ideological formula of establishing oppressor and victim. After that off come the gloves and everything is allowed.
Canadian school children will most likely have to be taught that approximately 150,000 Indigenous children were once forced to attend residential schools, which operated for more than 120 years in Canada. More than 60% of the schools were run by the Catholic Church and thus the modern Catholic Church is now the object of this colossal hate.
That's today's lesson.