Christianity is under attack, but most are too blind to see it.
When I talk about the attack on Christianity, I’m not even referring to the millions of Christians murdered around the world each year for practising their faith, or the fact that the world’s most persecuted people of 2019 are ignored to make room for “more popular” victims.
What I want to focus on in this video is the blatant disregard for protecting Christians and their values in Australia today.
Kmart and Kodak are just the latest examples of precisely that; they’re currently in damage control because of what they’re labelling a “software error”.
They’re taking the piss.
This poor excuse was given once revealed that Kodak printing kiosks in all Kmart stores across the country were BANNING Christian words.
Words such as “Christian”, “God”, “Jesus”, “Church” even “Jewish” and “bible” were all deemed as “profanities” by the automatic kiosk system and replaced with asterisks on photo captions.
Meanwhile, the words “Islam”, “Muhammad”, “Mosque” and “Koran” were all suspiciously acceptable.
If you believe their lame “system error” excuse, then you’re blind.
The truth this saga is just a symptom of a much more significant problem. Discriminating against Christians has become normalised.
We need to change that.
So, to all my Christian brothers and sisters, I want you to know that I care and there’s a growing movement of us who do. And even though I’m no Christian, I will fight for you.