July 31st 2021
St. George Coptic Church in Surrey, BC is just the latest of about 50 Christian churches in Canada to be maliciously burned down.
This article sums up the situation well, as well as documenting the open calls for further violence against Christians by prominent Canadians. Such rhetoric has become acceptable in Canadian society as Christianity shrinks to the margins.
It looks like a flashback to the totalitarian regimes of the 20th century.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was magnanimous enough to tepidly call the rash of church arsons "unacceptable" (as if it were the moral equivalent of not waiting your turn in line for a coffee at Tim Horton's), but he also gassed the fire by describing this religious targeting of Christian Canadians for violence as "understandable":
I understand the anger that's out there ... against institutions like the Catholic Church. It is real, and it is fully understandable given the shameful history that we're all becoming more and more aware of.
Christians are being scapegoated by the government and socially marginalized by social and political revolutionaries, even as lawless and violent mobs do the state's "understandable" dirty-work of violence and intimidation against peaceful people.
Canadian Christians, rapidly becoming "enemies of the state," may want to consider emigrating now before it's too late.