Author of Alberta’s gay rights policy tweets anti-Christian hate propaganda

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley participated in the Edmonton Pride Parade
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley participating in the Edmonton Pride Parade

Watch this video from The Rebel Media about a story from Alberta, formerly known as the most conservative province in Canada.

There is a story up about it on The Rebel‘s web site:

Kris Wells is an Assistant Professor and Faculty Director at the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services at the University of Alberta. […]Wells is also the author of the Alberta Government’s controversial new homophobic and transphobic bullying and gay-straight alliance resources. He’s a high profile activist the media’s “go to” guy for everything LGBTQ.

Wells tweeted and soon deleted a cartoon that depicted Christians as the mass beheaders of gay people. It was truly shocking. A week ago an Islamic terrorist shot 101 people, killing 49, in a gay bar. Not a Christian, but an Islamist. But the self appointed spokesperson for the LGBTQ community in Edmonton is so delusional [with] hate [for] Christians that he put them in the role of the ISIS murderer.

Here’s where it gets worse. The tweet Wells sent was even more reprehensible than just passing the blame for Islamic terror on to innocent Christians. The cartoon Wells tweeted was altered. The original cartoon was a Christian being beheaded by an ISIS fighter. Wells made the victims into the perpetrators and proudly tweeted it.

But it’s worse than that, if that’s even possible. The cartoon, before it was shamefully doctored, was originally drawn to honour 21 real Coptic Christian Martyrs who were beheaded on a beach in Libya by ISIS fighters in 2015. The martyr’s’ last words were reportedly “Lord Jesus Christ” and the water on the beach ran red with their blood. And Kris wells, this self professed, anti bullying activist, co opted their memory, their victimhood, their bravery, their Christian martyrdom for himself and his cause. Then put these Christians who died for their faith at the hands of ISIS in the role of ISIS. Deranged.

Well, how did the Canadian news media react to anti-Christian hate speech by a prominent and politically-connected gay rights activist?

The media is dead silent.

Kris Wells is the man who drew up the government’s anti bullying, anti homophobia literature that arguably violates religious freedoms in religious schools all across the province. And he hates Christians. That’s clear.

He hates Christians, and he’s teaching his beliefs at a major university, and writing government policy for a whole province.

You’ll recall that over in Ontario, a more liberal province, their sex education curriculum was authored by a convicted child pornographer. The Governor of Ontario is a gay activist named Kathleen Wynne. Here she is marching in a gay pride parade with the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau:

Kathleen Wynne and Justin Trudeau
Premier Kathleen Wynne and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Previously, I blogged about how the Liberal government of Canada wants to imprison those who dissent and disagree with the transgender agenda for up to two years. There is no right to free speech in Canada. There is no right to free speech enshrined in their founding documents. Speech critical of the secular left’s favored groups is criminalized. Just ask Mark Steyn and Ezra Levant about being called before a “human rights” tribunal by the Canadian government, merely for speaking words that caused people on the left to feel bad. And of course, the system does not work in reverse – people who are religious or conservative have never had their complaints adjudicated. Because the laws and the courts don’t work for the “wrong” side. The money that Christians and conservatives pay in taxes is accepted, but the laws are not there to protect them.

4 thoughts on “Author of Alberta’s gay rights policy tweets anti-Christian hate propaganda”

  1. Coming to a country near us.

    This kind of over-reach will convert many to Christ.

    But, it’s not going to be pleasant, and it should be fought.

  2. This question is a bit simplistic, but if one is a Christian, why would you continue to live and pay your hard earned tax dollars in Canada? It’s like a man attending a radical feminist rally. You KNOW that you are despised. I understand that it is more complex than that, but still…

  3. Sorry, I’m a fan of consistency.

    What happened to the Golden Rule?

    If you would scream hate speech if it was done to you, you should not be doing it.

    If you would produce criticism and demand prosecution if another person posted it and then took it down, you should be willing to accept it when you do it.

  4. Posting nasty things about Christians is common.

    I recently saw a meme that went

    Muslim terrorists kill people
    Christian terrorists kill people
    Atheist terrorists post science articles on the Internet

    Not sure how that’s not islamophobic, but other than that the push seems to be that if everyone was just a secular humanist atheist, we would end all violence and inequality in the world. (note: I am not getting all this from one meme, so don’t bother tell me I’ll reading too much into it).

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