June 20, 2015
Christianity is now officially a hate crime.
A north Belfast pastor who called Islam “heathen” and “satanic” in a sermon is to be prosecuted for streaming his remarks on the internet.
Pastor James McConnell from the Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle was questioned by police following his remarks in May last year.
The evangelical preacher issued a public apology for any offence caused.
A cowardly move, which may in fact land him in hell.
What is the purpose of saying something if you’re going to apologize for it afterward?
But the integrity of the individual pastor is not the point here. The point is that Jews have officially made Christianity illegal.
The Public Prosecution Service said as he had refused to accept an informed warning, he would be brought to court.
While an informed warning is not a conviction, it is recorded on a person’s criminal record for 12 months.
Anyone who refuses to accept it can be prosecuted.
A Public Prosecution Service spokesperson said that after considering a complaint about “an internet broadcast of a sermon”, it had decided to “offer an individual an informed warning for an offence contrary to the Communications Act 2003”.
“That offence was one of sending, or causing to be sent, by means of a public electronic communications network, a message or other matter that was grossly offensive,” they said.
“The offer of an informed warning was refused by the defendant and accordingly the matter is now proceeding by way of a summary prosecution in the magistrates court.”
This stuff all happens so quickly.
Just recently, Christianity was not a hate crime. A little before that, it was the dominant ideology of Western civilization.
Now, you get thrown in prison for preaching it. Believing in the Bible is the equivilent of not believing in the Holocaust, which is the official new religion of Western society.