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A statue of Jesus Christ, the Lord and Savior of all humanity, was beheaded at a Catholic church in Florida, as the war against civilization continues to rage on across the United States and around the western world.
Rev. Edivaldo da Silva of the Good Shepherd Catholic Church is Southwest Miami condemned the action, saying in a statement: "This incident has saddened the parish community... It is too soon to arrive to any conclusion, but we have seen other churches vandalized around the country. We totally 'condemn' this action. We invite our community to pray for peace."
The church told Fox News that they would be moving forward with hiring an overnight security guard.
"Archbishop Thomas Wenski is requesting this investigation be considered a hate crime,... The statue, located outside the church, was on private and sacred property."
The uptick in anti-Catholic and anti-Christian sentiment and destruction has mainstream support.
Last month, race-baiting grifter Shaun King, known for his years-long performance of pretending to be a black man despite mountains of evidence proving he is white and once identified as white spearheaded the campaign to destroy churches who display "white European" Jesus.
"Yes, I think the statues of the white European they claim is Jesus should also come down," said King. "They are a form of white supremacy, and always have been."
Other instances of church vandalism include those at a Catholic congregation in Ocala, Florida, where Steven Anthony Shields, 24, is accused of driving his car into the church, before setting in ablaze. Among his charges is attempted murder. Police say Shields was on a mission against the Catholic church.
In Chattanooga, Tennessee, a statue of Mary was decapitated, with the head still missing, according tot he Catholic News Agency.
Other statues of Mary have been vandalized in Boston, Los Angeles, and New York City in recent days, including a 249-year-old Archdiocese.