Anti-racism leader calls for destruction of Christian churches for having a “white, European Jesus”

The growing problems in the United States at the political level have led various violent movements to destroy statues as well as churches.

The doors of an attacked church in the United States

One of the leaders of the anti-racism movement “Black Lives Matter”, Shaun King has called on his followers to destroy all kinds of historical monuments (statues) including figures of Jesus, whom he describes as “European” despite being Jewish.

Through Twitter, King called for the destruction of temples where there is some kind of image glorifying God or Jesus, because they represent “white figures”. He also posted his own image of how Jesus “should be.”

“White Americans who bought, sold, traded, raped, and worked Africans to death for hundreds of years in this country, simply could not have THIS man at the center of their faith.⁣”

As a member of leftist movements and a political activist in the U.S., King also served as “pastor” of a church called Courageous Church.

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It also has a history of accusations of embezzlement of funds for unknown causes, likewise, for some years it has been promoting hate campaigns against white people, ending up denying each of the arguments given by King.

Other churches in other countries such as Spain and Italy have suffered the same attacks but at the hands of people of other faiths and even political tendencies that wish to truncate the spread of the gospel.

He also has a history of accusations of malversation of funds for unknown causes. Likewise, for some years he has been promoting hate campaigns against white people, ending up denying each of the arguments given by King.

Other churches in other countries such as Spain and Italy have suffered the same attacks, but at the hands of people of other faiths, and even political tendencies that wish to stop the spread of the gospel.

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