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Letter to the editor: Anti-Christ

The Antichrist is closer than you think.

Demonizing immigrants and refugees seeking asylum is anti-Christ.

Building walls is anti-Christ.

Stoking racial tensions and xenophobic hatred is anti-Christ.

Using fear as an expedient political tool is anti-Christ.

Selling arms to repressive regimes that murder journalists and bomb children is anti-Christ.

Spending more on the military than on public education is anti-Christ.

Failing to protect the most vulnerable: the hungry, the homeless, the unemployed, the elderly and the unborn is anti-Christ.

Discriminating against people because of their sexual identity is anti-Christ.

Protecting sexual predators and misogynists is anti-Christ.

Misleading the public with bombastic lies is anti-Christ.

Waging war on a free press is anti-Christ.

Promoting corporate profit over stewardship for the environment is anti-Christ.

Keith G. Kondrich

Swisshelm Park

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