Christianity illegal? Long-running government campaign to stir hate reaching end goal

 February 29, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

A government hate campaign against Christianity that WND first documented some 16 years ago when Canada's discriminatory speech limits first started affecting Christian ministries there, is reaching its end game now.

It's a plan to "criminalize Christianity, with Bible reading and prayer considered 'hate speech' – a 'crime' punishable with prison time," according to a new report from NewsAddicts.

The report explains, in blunt terms, "Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s World Economic Forum-controlled government is planning to outlaw Christianity with the introduction of an amendment to the Criminal Code that could see believers face jail time for expressing historic Christian teachings."

The problems are found in Canada's Bill C-367 which -"will make it illegal to reiterate parts of the Bible, stripping away the 'good faith' defense for what is deemed by the state as 'hate speech' or 'antisemitism.'"

Explained the report, "Traditional Christian practices such as celebrating Christmas or attending church service will be considered crimes that carry severe penalties."

The procedure is simple. The changes in the law will remove a defense to hate crime charges that allow statements if individuals "genuinely believe in and were merely expressing religious teaching" from the Bible.

The legislative scheme states its plan specifically: "The enactment amends the Criminal Code to eliminate as a defense against wilful promotion of hatred or antisemitism the fact that a person, in good faith, expressed or attempted to establish by an argument an opinion or a religious subject or an opinion based on a belief in a religious text."

The result if ratified will be the willful and knowing persecution of Christians in Canada, an expert said.

It was Joseph Boot, chief of the evangelical think tank Ezra Institute, who said, "If ratified, Canada’s anti-Christian legal apparatus created over the last decade will overtly persecute Christians with the force of criminal law."

He warned heavy fines or jail time will be imposed on those participating in "evangelism, preaching, counseling, statements in the workplace, on social media, and in books that condemn homosexuality or transgenderism on biblical grounds."

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