In the previous nine days, a total of eight churches in Canada have been destroyed by fire.
The fires were triggered by “suspicious behavior,” according to investigators. All eight churches were located on a First Nation’s reserve in Western Canada.
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The Kateri Tekakwitha Church and St. Jean Baptiste Parish were the most recent churches to be burned down, and both were completely destroyed due to the fact that they were composed of wood.
The fires follow the discovery of unmarked graves in church-run residential graveyards across Canada.
Another Catholic Church burst into flames and was razed to the ground in Edmonton as First Nation Indians continue to attack churches across Western Canada. pic.twitter.com/xBfivOq6pQ
— JON MILLER (@MillerStream) June 30, 2021
1. Here is a list of the 8 (EIGHT) churches that have been completely burned down or set on fire in Canada in the last 9 days, from coast to coast.
All but one (the church in Morinville, AB, just north of Edmonton, video attached) were on native reserves. Seven were Catholic pic.twitter.com/e840E1aLDF
— Michaël Moonen (@WhiteangelBe) July 1, 2021
Fires have destroyed two more Catholic churches on First Nations reservations in western Canada, which police are examining as suspicious once again.
Crews from southern British Columbia reacted to early morning fires at St Ann’s Church on Upper Similkameen Indian Band land and the Chopaka Church on Lower Similkameen Indian Band land over the weekend. Both churches, which were built of wood and were over 100 years old, were destroyed by fire.
The flames came about a week after two other churches were burned down, and at a time when fury is increasing over the church’s role in Canada’s forced assimilation of Indigenous people.
10 churches in Calagary alone either set on fire or vandalized. Some Catholic and some not. The anti-Christian sentiment being put put by the media in Canada is doing this. https://t.co/oNPf4SlgEy
— Chris (@PlainCatholic) July 2, 2021
The discovery of almost a thousand unmarked graves at the sites of church-run residential schools where Indigenous children were forcibly converted to Christianity and stripped of their traditional identities, rituals, and language has shocked the country in recent weeks.
Since the discovery of 215 unmarked graves near a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C., and another site where 751 unmarked graves were discovered on the Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan, there have been a series of church fires.
The Alberta premier said it seemed to be a hate crime and termed it “unacceptable” after RCMP confirmed they are investigating the “suspicious” fire that destroyed the St. Jean Baptiste church in Morinville on Wednesday.
Kenney stated, “These attacks targeting Christian churches are attempts to destroy spiritual locations that are significant to people of faith across Alberta, including many Indigenous people.”
Take a look at how some unpleasant Twitter users reacted to the churches being burned down:
Love to see the people of Canada burning churches down. About time.
— Matt Bailey (@BAILEYDRAWS) June 30, 2021
they’re burning churches in canada. earth is healing
— gomez (@radlexander) July 1, 2021
Torn between enthusiastic support for burning down Catholic Churches in Canada vs being very worried about the wildfire risk of such activities
— alopex @ abolish police (@alopex_ii) June 30, 2021
The Canadian government has been imprisoning pastors for breaking COVID-19 guidelines in recent months, and churches are now being destroyed around the country.
In Canada, it looks that a full-fledged war against Christians is underway.