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Large Cross Monument On Greek Island Torn Down By Leftist Loons Because It Could Be “Offensive” To The Illegal Alien Invaders
Large cross monument on Greek Island Leveled To The Ground Because It Could Be ‘Offensive To Muslim Migrants’
A huge cement Christian cross, which was built on the rocky shore of Apelli, under the castle of Mytilene in Lesvos/Lesbos, in honor of the people who have died swimming there has been pulled down as a far left “Co-Exist” group based on the island claimed it was offensive to Muslim migrant wannabes who are on the island illegally and are not Christian.
The ancient mythical Greek island of Lesbos is today better known as anchorage ground for human traffickers and the problems and conflicts that have arisen in connection with the boat traffic.
By EMMA R.
It is now reported that a large cross monument on the Greek Orthodox Christian island has been leveled to the ground. This after a group claiming to promote intercultural coexistence argued that the cross could be perceived as offensive to the predominantly Muslim boat migrants.
The cross monument was built on the cliffs of Apellia, beneath the castle of Mytilene, in memory of people who have died in the sea. According to the local coexistence group, however, the cross was offensive because many who have drowned, and many migrants on the island are not Christians.
The local newspaper on the island reports that the group has also received support from some aid organizations that expressed similar negative opinions about the cross-shaped memorial monument.
A letter was sent to the Island’s port minister and mayor, in which the coexistence group claimed that the cross was placed there to prevent migrants from swimming.
The letter stated that the initiators of the monument were “aspiring crusaders” with racist and intolerant motives who abused the Christian cross, which should be a symbol of love and sacrifice. And they therefore called for the monument to be demolished.
And that was what happened. Just a few days later, at night, the whole monument was levelled to the ground. The demolished remains of the cross remain as rubble on the site.
The attack by the coexistence group on the monument and the demolition of it has aroused strong reactions in large parts of the local population who believe that the deed goes against the Christian religious beliefs shared by a majority of the inhabitants of the Island. Source
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