Is Justin Trudeau biased against Christianity? As Rex Murphy's pointed out today in the National Post, that there have been 48 counts of vandalism and burnings of Christian churches in Canada.
"Needless to say, the prime minister will be present at both [the Jewish and Muslim summits]. I don’t suppose anyone will draw objections to such meetings, or their intention of removing, or at least reducing, discrimination against either of these two religions.
What I find rather inexplicable is that while our federal government is rightly attending to acts of discrimination targeting Jewish and Muslim worshippers, there is, as far as can be determined, no scheduled summit dealing with the current wave of destructive hostility directed at Christian worshippers.
With no aspersions whatsoever on the two faith summits dealing with prejudice against the Jewish and Muslim faiths, I suggest there is justification for a third one on the current wave of attacks against Christian churches, and how to deal with the affronts to their parishioners."
Rex references the True North, who has published a map of all of the now 48 church burnings, and vandalisms done to churches:
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The very least Justin Trudeau can do is to treat all religions equally. Why isn't he?