Rather than demonstrating a commitment to the protection of the rights of their citizens, the leaders of many Western nations appear far more interested in following the playbook of the World Economic Forum – and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Canada is all in.
Today, Canada finds itself at a crossroads where the future of its Christian identity hangs in the balance. Led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the nation seems more interested in following the playbook of the World Economic Forum than in protecting the rights and values of its citizens.
A fervent believer in a society independent of religion views faith as nothing more than opium for the masses. This perspective has had profound consequences for Canada, with recent events only serving to amplify the tensions between Christianity and the nation’s evolving identity.
The Mass Grave Discovery
The shocking discovery of a mass grave containing the remains of 215 children near the site of the Kamloops Indian Residential School sent shockwaves through the country in 2021. Chief Rosanne Casimir of the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc First Nation described it as a harsh reality and a horrific part of their history.
This revelation sparked an immense backlash against Christianity, with an alarming 83 churches destroyed by protestors seeking to express their anger.
The wave of destruction continues unabated, as three other First Nations have announced similar findings of burial sites near former residential schools. Far-left radicals have shamelessly used this opportunity to terrorize Catholic and Christian communities, targeting churches with acts of vandalism, arson, and desecration.
Christianity Under Attack
Even a known church in British Columbia fell victim to arson, completely burning down. As the attacks on Christian churches escalate, hate crimes against Christians in Canada have also seen a significant spike. A report by the non-partisan Christian think tank Cardus reveals that hate crimes motivated by religion, predominantly against Catholics, witnessed their largest spike in 2021.
The number of hate crimes against Catholic Christians skyrocketed from 43 to 155 within a year.
One would expect the Canadian leader to strongly condemn these acts of violence and express unwavering support for religious freedom. However, Trudeau’s response falls short of expectations. While he states that acts of vandalism and arson are unacceptable, he goes on to justify the anger against the federal government and the Catholic Church, describing it as “understandable.”
Trudeau’s weak denunciation and his attempt to rationalize the violence undermine the gravity of the situation.
Canada finds itself on a slippery slope, being pushed towards a multicultural society where the values and traditions that once shaped the nation are undermined and ridiculed. The Christian identity of Canada is slowly fading away, as a blind eye is turned towards the destruction of churches and the rise of hate crimes against Christians.
The future of Canada hangs in the balance. Will it remain a nation that cherishes its Christian heritage and values, or will it succumb to the pressures of a globalist agenda that erodes the very essence of its identity? The time has come for Canadians to take a stand, protect their religious freedom, and preserve the principles that have shaped their nation. They are literally under siege.