The German company Lidl was recently accused of censoring pictures containing crosses used to promote products and shops. The company apparently airbrushed crosses on some greek products in order to be “religiously neutral” as they stated. Some Hungarian activists decided to protest the company’s stance by erecting a massive cross in front of one of their supermarkets.

Hungary: huge cross erected in front of a Lidl Supermarket “against who censors the crucifix”Everything started with the “greek yogurt scandal” but Lidl did not stop there with the attacks on Christian identity. Lidl decided to erase crosses from pictures taken in Liguria (Italy) that were to be used for promotion, crosses that were later reintroduced after public outrage.

European Christian identity is under attack every day; people asking to remove crosses from public places, people attacking Christmas and even the Red Cross deciding to remove crucifixes from their buildings/tents for “religious neutrality”. At the same time, the current Pope is doing his best to destroy what…

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