Vancouver Island MP James Lunney believes that. He has resigned from the ruling Tory party as result of prime minister Stephen Harper’s knee-jerk pro-Jewish policies. He has decided to sit as an independent MP to speak more freely about his faith in Jesus Christ perspective instead of distorted Jesus’ message like the Christian Zionists.
“I am tired of seeing my faith community mocked and belittled. To not respond is to validate my accusers and worse yet, imply that I lack the courage of my convictions to stand – up for what I believe. This is not a legacy I wish to leave behind,” wrote Lunney at his official website.
Lunney, has long claimed that he doesn’t believe in the Darwin (evolution) theory because it’s against Bible. In fact, both Torah and Holy Qur’an also reject the so-called “evolution theory”.
Several Jewish media outlets slammed Lunney’s decision to quit Tory party considering his ‘love’ for Israel. Lunney made three trips to Israel fully paid by the Jewish lobby groups.
Canada’s Fatima Center is the most hated Catholic denomination by the Organized Jewry for its biblical belief that Jews killed Lord Christ and have polluted the true message of Jesus. In August 2013, Harper’s defense minister Rob Nicholson refused Fatima Center’s invitation to be one of the keynote speakers at its A Path to Peace conference, calling the group ‘antisemite’.
Who controls Harper’s government while Canadian Constitution calls for the freedom of religion for all Canadian citizens including country’s largest non-Christian one million Muslim community?
In January 2014, a Vancouver Sun staff blog noted that on Harper’s recent trip to Israel, “ten influential evangelical Protestant pastors and leaders” (including the president of Christian & Missionary Alliance Canada) flew with him, along with 21 rabbis, but “no mainline Protestant leaders” and only one Catholic clergyman (a columnist for the Muslim-hating National Post) but no Islamic cleric were invited. The piece explained that “more than 60 per cent of the Canadian population is either mainline Protestant or Catholic,” while “evangelicals make up about 10 per cent of all Canadian voters.” The piece connected the trip to the Evangelical belief that current conflicts involving Israel and Palestinian fulfill Biblical prophecy.
Harper’s Islamophobia is the result of advice he receives from the Fraser Institute, an Israeli advocacy group named after Simon Fraser, a Zionist Jew.
“Those who pay attention to what politicians say are familiar with the ambiguous way many of them prefer to speak on certain issues. That might be why it’s almost refreshing to hear the unrestrained racism coming out of Harper Conservatives these days, most of which is directed at Canada’s Muslim population,” S. Zhou said on March 25, 2015.