The insurance company of Age UK (supposedly a charity) has threatened to void the policy of a Christian minister in Wales because she put Christian stickers on her car.
Reverend Wena Parry, 75, was told that stickers saying "Christ Must Be Saviour" and "Christ For Me" could be regarded as "modifications" and could invalidate her insurance policy.
She told BBC Wales that she believes she has been treated unfairly because of her religious beliefs by Age UK insurance.
Reverend Parry said she spent £120 on the red-and-black-lettered messages. "Every opportunity I have I want to tell people about Jesus. I reckon there must at least a million people who have read the texts on my car," she added.
Age UK has denied the existence of a religious motive behind the move, but hasn't provided any other explanation.
The company first became aware of the messages when the reverend submitted a claim on her insurance after thieves damaged her exhaust and stole a piece of the engine, and thus company officials saw the car's photographs.
Age UK told Reverend Parry in a letter: "These modifications do not fit our acceptance criteria for motor insurance and cover would have been declined if we had been made aware of these at the time of purchasing your policy."
Why on earth? It's difficult to think of what the word "Christ" on someone's car has to do with insuring the car in case of an accident.
Reverend Parry has wisely changed insurance company.
"There might be somebody within that company that hates Christianity." she said.
Indeed. And, considering that Britain is not only historically but still now constitutionally a Christian country - the Queen before being crowned had to swear allegiance to the Christian faith and the Church of England -, these anti-Christian attitudes are nothing short of subversive and anti-British.
Age UK should be boycotted.