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It was all a HOAX: Over 80 Canadian Christian Churches burned down over a two-year media lie…
By News Editors // Sep 05, 2023

For two years, Christian churches in Canada have been set ablaze. The reason? A story pushed by left-wing activists and the media claiming that scores of Indigenous children were buried on the land where these places of worship sat.

(Article republished from Revolver.news)


Churches have been burned in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia. Almost all were on indigenous land, destroyed, apparently, in response to deaths of the children who were removed from their families sent to the schools in a policy of forced assimilation

Was this story fact-checked before the media incited arsonists and unleashed them on churches? Absolutely not. After all, liberal democracy prioritizes emotion and violence over facts. Now, however, we know the entire two-year saga was a massive hoax thanks to two major excavations that found no evidence of buried children. The sad truth is that crazed left-wing animals torched at least 81 Christian churches, all based on a left-wing media lie. Meanwhile, the government, led by Trudeau, gave their seal of approval for these arsons by sitting back and watching it all unfold without doing anything to stop it.

Here’s a pic of Canada’s theater kid prime minister taking advantage for a saccharine photo op.

The left-wing modernist pope fell hook, line and sinker for the hoax.

Sick stuff.

Tucker covered this story on his show last year.

But now we know, the whole thing was a hoax.

Canada didn’t have a “dark seedy” past for liberals to fuss over, so they concocted one. This way, the left could fuel division and incite destruction, all while armed with an “understandable” and “convenient” excuse. Sound familiar? It’s pretty much what they did with George Floyd, turning a convicted thug into a makeshift saint.

What an enormous stain on Canada.

The New York Post:

After two years of horror stories about the alleged mass graves of Indigenous children at residential schools across Canada, a series of recent excavations at suspected sites has turned up no human remains.

Some academics and politicians say it’s further evidence that the stories are unproven.

Minegoziibe Anishinabe, a group of indigenous people also known as Pine Creek First Nation, excavated 14 sites in the basement of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows Catholic Church near the Pine Creek Residential School in Manitoba during four weeks this summer.

The so-called “anomalies” were first detected using ground-penetrating radar, but on Aug. 18, Chief Derek Nepinak of remote Pine Creek Indian Reserve said no remains were found.

He also referred to the effort as the “initial excavation,” leading some who were skeptical of the original claims to think even more are planned.

“I don’t like to use the word hoax because it’s too strong but there are also too many falsehoods circulating about this issue with no evidence,” Jacques Rouillard, a professor emeritus in the Department of History at the Université de Montréal, told The Post Wednesday.

This latest revelation of a hoax deals another blow to the contrived “outrage” fueling left-wing activism. These activists aren’t in search of justice or rectifying past wrongs. Instead, they’re fixated on sowing division, causing destruction, and dismantling society. They crave a convenient “excuse” that allows them to wreak havoc while the rest of us sit back, watching them burn everything to the ground.

Read more at: Revolver.news

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