Friday, June 27, 2014

Anti-Christian in Nanaimo

City councillors in Nanaimo, BC voted 8-1 to ban a Christian conference in their city because one of the sponsors of the conference was Chick-fil-A owner Dan Cathy.
Councilor Jim Kipp said that banning the event was no worse than banning an organized crime ring, saying the Christian view of marriage should “almost be a criminal point of view in this day and age.”

Our most out-spoken freedom-fighter Ezra Levant plans to launch a law suit against Nanaimo for its violation of constitutional rights, i.e. not giving Christians their place to express their views.

“We need to make sure these anti-Christian politicians learn their lesson,” he wrote on his website promoting the lawsuit. “We need to show them how wrong they were. We need to take them to court, to teach them, first-hand, that the Charter of Rights guarantees religious equality to everyone – including Christians. That’s why we’ve got to sue them, and not let them off the hook.”

Thank God for Ezra Levant. While he is not a Christian and, as far as I know, he does not espouse any views based on any religion, he is prepared to fight for anyone who is violated by those who push their progressive views on others.

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