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8 Christian bronze statues beheaded in Canada


Sudbury, Ontario is a community of 162,000 people in Ontario, Canada and on Friday, May 22, 2020, radicals vandalized eight of the 11 life-sized bronze stations of the cross owned by Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in downtown Sudbury.

Sudbury.com reports:

Eight religious statues depicting the Stations of the Cross at Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes in Downtown Sudbury have been beheaded. 

Those responsible for the vandalism, however, remain unknown. And with no video surveillance in the area, no suspects, and no witnesses, it doesn’t appear as though this fact will be changing any time soon. 

The vandalism took place during the day, sometime between 1-6 pm.

The article includes photos. READ: Updated: GSPS investigation into religious statue beheadings comes to a stand-still

Of course, this is not the first time, that the radical left has threatened to attack religious artifacts. READ: Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King says statues of Jesus Christ should be torn down — but just the white ones

When the communists took over Venezuela destroying the economy of one of the wealthiest countries in South America, they went after the statues including the religious ones.

In an interview with Fox News, Venezuelan Elizabeth Rogliani explained:

“Founding Fathers are going to be attacked. Religious symbols are going to be attacked. And next, probably, museums.” she predicted. “I mean, anything can be attacked if you just let it happen. If you just let the first ones come down, then [there are] no limits to what’s next.”

READ: Venezuelan activist warns Americans about statue removals: It will be a ‘slippery slope’

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