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Australia Has Forbidden Christian Hate-Preacher To Enter The Country

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In the light of hate-speech issues and all agendas alike, the prohibitions of entering the countries have started. So Steven Anderson, Christian hate-preacher from Arizona is banned from entering Australia, according to his words.

Steven Anderson is an independent fundamentalist of Faithful World Baptist Church.

And Australia is not the only country where Anderson can't go. 32 other countries also banned him from stepping his foot on their ground due to his insistence that gay people should be executed by the government because it is said so in the Bible and his joy when the LGBT people suffer or die after the terrorists attacks.

"… So I’ve been planning a trip out to Australia to preach for Pastor Kevin Sepulveda at New Life Baptist Church in Sunshine Coast and also I was gonna be preaching at New Life Baptist Church in Sydney, Australia. Their church plant there. But I just got word back today that, basically, I’m banned from Australia. My ETA [Electronic Travel Authority — a visa required for short-term visits] was denied by Australia. I’m not going to be permitted to enter the country."

Just in the past few months, Anderson was banned from entering the Netherlands and the Schengen area, which covers a huge swath of Europe. He was also banned from Ireland, making him the first person blocked from entering the country under the exclusion powers granted by the nation’s Immigration Act 1999. Section 4 of that Act says a person can be banned if it’s deemed “necessary in the interest of national security or public policy.”

That’s all in addition to getting banned from Botswana, South Africa, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Jamaica.

Anderson now says he’s making arrangements to speak in New Zealand, where a white supremacist murdered more than 50 Muslims in Christchurch earlier this year. At least, he added:

“If I don’t get banned from New Zealand. So we’ll see what happens.”

If New Zealand can respond to gun violence in a sensible way, surely they can stop further radicalization by banning this guy.

When the skirmish at Pulse nightclub in Orlando happened, Anderson was celebrating death of dozen of LGBT people by saying:

“The good news [about the massacre] is that there’s 50 less pedophiles in this world, because… these homosexuals are a bunch of disgusting perverts and pedophiles.”

He also said the U.S. government should execute homosexuals by way of a firing squad because that’s what the Bible commands.

And now everything that is happening to him is nothing more than just a redemption, no matter in what way.

But for Anderson to have these bans is equal to have the crucifix scars on his palms, at least it makes him feel like he is a Christian martyr, although no one of this has nothing to do with Christianity. The violence in the name of God is always much a hypocrite thing but nevertheless, Anderson is being punished for it.

 

Author: Usa Really