Was Francis’ apology a rush to judgment in an attempt to seize some sort of twisted moral high ground, a flat-out mistake or a nod to Trudeau and his hatred of truth? People will draw their own conclusions — some based on evidence, others based on desire. Whatever the case, the initial accusations of the atrocities, including the “discovery” of 215 bodies of children, had a real-world impact. A series of Catholic churches were burned down in Canada in short order. In one example, two churches were set on fire on June 21, which happens to be National Indigenous People’s Day in Canada.
“I want to say to you with all my heart: I am very sorry,” Francis said, during a final meeting with First Nations, Inuit and Métis delegates at the Vatican. “And I join my brothers, the Canadian bishops in asking your pardon.” https://t.co/uKHMhDXYTQ— Toronto Star (@TorontoStar) April 1, 2022
Another post on X shows the charred remains of a Catholic church still on fire. I wonder if Justin Trudeau saw the post. If he did, it’s not going too far to think it brought a smile to his face. Whatever one thinks of Pope Francis and the Catholic church — and there is plenty gone wrong — it is nevertheless an iconic symbol of Western values. Seeing it burn to the ground would be a dream come true for Trudeau and his fellow globalist elites. The Western Journal.
Catholic Churches burn on Indian reserves in the South Okanagan on National Indigenous Peoples Day. This church on #Penticton Indian Band land off Green Mountain road reduced to rubble early this morning. Fire officials won’t confirm arson. @GlobalOkanagan pic.twitter.com/XgqdplQOOT— Shelby Alexander (@Shelby_Thom) June 21, 2021