When did burning churches become normal?

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When you think about burning churches, some countries come to mind. These countries include Syria, Libya, Iraq being attacked by terrorist groups like ISIS. As such, you may be shocked to know that these churches were torched and burned to the ground in Canada. What’s even worse is that while some of Canada’s leaders are calling for its stoppage, many others either don’t care or even call for more destruction. Some wonder if it starts with Churches and then starts to target members of those Churches.

That is quite strange isn’t it? This would have been a big deal and would have significant consequences in the past but not anymore. In this era, leaders may even go as far as to encourage the burning of churches, pillars of the community. I mean, should it be a surprise? You are having satanic shoes and new rappers giving lapdances to the devil. That is the new pop culture and so it is far from surprising to see churches being burned and politicians in Canada standing idly by or merely applauding it.

Canada Is The Church Burning Center of the World

Interestingly, Canada has become the church-burning center of the burning world, according to a report. Not long after this report was created, another church was burned in southeast Calgary four days later. Other churches have also been vandalized in recent years. Unfortunately, there seems to be no end to this, as more and more cases keep occurring. Despite these happenings, little care and affection have been shown to the affected. 

Harsha Walia, the head of British Colombia’s Civil Liberties Association, is supposed to keep the peace. She is supposed to protect her country’s human rights and civil liberties. Instead, she joined in the chaos and tweeted “burn it all down” on the 30th day in June. Apparently, her righteous cause only applies to some Canadians and not others. It is speculated that her actions were based on the fact that she’s possibly of Islamic origins. 

But the news is not supposed to look at speculations, rather it is supposed to look at the ending actions. The end actions look as if they are partial to the perpetrators as opposed to the victims. An individual who leads the civil liberties association should fight for civil liberties regardless of the situation. But it seems like if it is related to remotely conservative causes, it doesn’t require or, dare we say it, deserve liberties.

How perverse is that? The head of civil liberties in that region is partial to those who are burning churches instead of the victims in that situation. It is a shame that church burning is applauded but the arsonists roam free without any potential consequences.

Parties Rise to Justify Hate Around Churches

In addition to how out of hand this terrible cause had gotten, there are also people who try to justify the hate around churches. 

It’s sad to see that this hateful crime is now being commonly considered to be normal. It is far from ordinary and should be rebuked. 

The prime minister himself first said what everyone wanted to hear. Afterward, he said that these attacks were unacceptable but understandable.

Since when did burning churches become understandable? When did it become normal?

The verdict 

However, many Canadian people’s lethargic approach in power shows how much they care about the hateful crime and their core beliefs. 

Hopefully, some change would be implemented and the perpetrators arrested. If not, there may be further casualties recorded, both in terms of properties and human lives.