An NOC has been issued to the church burners in Canada, giving them impunity. In a recent development, Conservative MP Arnold Viersen took a bold step last week at the Indigenous and Northern Affairs Committee. He presented a motion condemning the horrifying wave of over 80 church arsons and vandalism incidents that have scarred communities across Canada.
The motion, aimed at denouncing these attacks, extending heartfelt condolences to affected communities, and demanding justice against the perpetrators, specifically highlighted the loss of St. Bernard Church in Alberta, a poignant historical and cultural landmark for the Grouard and Kapawe’no First Nation.
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However, the Liberal-NDP Coalition response raised eyebrows. In an unprecedented move, Liberal MP Jaime Battiste called for a vote to abruptly adjourn the debate. Sadly, the motion passed, with seven votes in favor and four against, the NDP siding with the Liberals.
Reportedly, the Liberal MP Battiste argued for a private discussion to navigate the sensitive topic, as a public inquiry could lead to severe consequences.
The conservative MP Arnold Viersen expressed strong criticism, labeling the decision as shameful and a disgrace to the memories of those affected. This incident has intensified existing beliefs within the Conservative Party and a significant portion of the Canadian populace, indicating that the Trudeau government bears substantial responsibility for the alarming spate of church burnings across the nation.
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The 2021 Saga: When Churches Were Haunted
Let’s rewind in time to understand why the committee was important. In 2021, Canada faced a grave reckoning with its past. The discovery of a mass grave containing 215 children near the Kamloops Indian Residential School shook the nation to its core.
This revelation triggered a wave of anger, destroying 83 churches. The outrage didn’t stop there; three more First Nations discovered similar burial sites, escalating the tension.
Amidst this turmoil, far-left radicals seized the moment to terrorize Catholic and Christian communities. Churches became targets of vandalism, arson, and desecration, orchestrated by those exploiting genuine pain for their agendas.
Protesters demanded further church excavations, seeking answers to Canada’s dark truths. The nation turned to Ottawa for action.
But, Trudeau’s response, however, fell short. While condemning vandalism, he justified anger against the Catholic Church calling the actions “understandable.” This tepid response failed to quell the anti-Christian fury, leading to continued unrest across Canada.
Curiosity grew as more excavations took place. However, the burial sites yielded no evidence, raising questions about the initial protests’ motives. The unresolved tension left Canadians grappling with their history and the unsettling realization that the nation’s wounds were far from healed.
The committee established to condemn church atrocities could have paved the way for investigation. However, the response team was deliberately shut down. Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh show no intent to punish church arsonists, implying Canada government approval of their actions.
Make no mistake, this is no less than a ‘no objection certificate’ to arsonists, a green light to terror. This stance leaves Canadians feeling betrayed and deceived, as justice remains elusive, prompting widespread discontent among the populace.