Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wears blasphemous ‘Happy Birthday Jesus Sweater’ mocking the Last Supper
Yesterday we just reported on the case of the blasphemous idea of DC Comics posing Jesus Christ as an action-hero character in a future comics series. Of course they are not the ‘lone wolf’ with their ridiculing basics of Christian faith. January 2, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau mocked Christians by wearing a pullover that made fun of Jesus at the Last Supper, – a Conservative Member of the Canadian Parliament said.
Trudeau and his brother Alexandre were photographed wearing sweaters with yellow smiley faces, or emojis, superimposed over the faces of Jesus Christ and his disciples in Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper The large yellow faces were crowned with birthday hats. The bread and wine on the table were replaced by large slices of birthday cake. A banner over the famous scene reads “Happy Birthday.”
The photograph, which appeared a year ago on Reddit, purportedly shows Justin and his brother Alexandre celebrating their joint December 25 birthday, the same date that Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
Da Vinci’s The Last Supper depicts Jesus revealing to his apostles just hours prior to his crucifixion and death that one of them would betray him.
The Hon. Candice Bergen, MP for Portage-Lisgar, Manitoba, took issue with the Prime Minister’s choice of apparel. She posted the photograph to social media last Saturday.
“Why does Justin Trudeau think it’s ok and cool to mock and ridicule Christianity by using cartoons as the face of Jesus and his Disciples in the Last Supper?” she asked over Facebook.
When will liberal elite like Trudeau and his friends who defend his behaviour and laugh along with him, realize how harmful and intolerant they are being to Christians?”
Trudeau was baptised and raised as a Catholic but lapsed when he was 18.
Although he remains a nominal member of the Catholic Church, Trudeau is a ferocious opponent to several Catholic doctrines concerning the right to life, euthanasia, and marriage.
Bergen asked people on Social media to share the post if they “agree that Leaders in the west like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau need to start standing up for Christians instead of mocking and ridiculing their faith.”
Bergen spoke up for Christians in Canada’s House of Commons this April, pointing out that they are the “most persecuted, victimized and attacked religious group in the world today”. “In fact, many of the elite readily join in the mockery and the disdain shown to Christians.”she said, then added:
“Unfortunately, persecuted Christians don’t have many champions in the West”
The pullover is marketed by a company called “Shelfies Inc.” as the “Happy Birthday Jesus Sweater”. Shelfies Inc. did not respond for a request for comment by press time.