ANALYSIS The Islamization of the British Labour Party

Nov 19, 2016 by

by Dr Paul Stott, Lapido Media: EXPLANATIONS for the disillusionment of working-class voters with the Labour Party are fashionable and numerous: the development of an increasingly post-industrial Britain since the 1980s; the abandonment of working-class concerns within the Labour Party under Blair; through to mass immigration post-1997 and an increasingly atomized society. There is a further explanation: that the left has embraced an Islam whose worldview is anathema to many working-class...

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The Post Truth World of Educated College Kids

Nov 17, 2016 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: There is one aspect of the American elections that completely fascinates me. It is the view that has been widely put around in virtually all of our media that the people who voted for Donald Trump were “non college educated”. Largely it is the uneducated white working class who for various reasons, including racism and fascism, but primarily stupidity, voted in Mr. Trump. Thankfully there are those on the Left who are beginning to realise that this is not quite...

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Donald Trump, Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ and the Church

Nov 16, 2016 by

by Michael Brown, Charisma: If President Trump does not nominate pro-life justices to the Supreme Court, I will be surprised and disappointed, although not shocked, since I do not put my absolute trust in people, especially political leaders. If President Trump does not oppose same-sex “marriage,” I will be disappointed but not surprised. That’s why his recent comments on 60 Minutes were disappointing but not surprising. After all, he had his good friend Peter Thiel speak at...

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Whatever you think of Trump, give thanks that the Church’s enemies have been defeated

Nov 16, 2016 by

By Alexander Lucie-Smith, Catholic Herald: Neither candidate was a model of integrity, but at least the progressives who hate the Church are out of power Donald Trump is not the president that conservative Christian America wanted. However, with the defeat of candidates such as Cruz and Rubio, they were left with little choice. Nevertheless, Christian conservatives (like me) can still be thankful that Hillary Clinton was defeated. Neither candidate was a model of integrity. Trump’s patent...

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Trump and May can start by saving Christianity from its PC assassins

Nov 15, 2016 by

by Julian Mann, TCW: When President Trump and Prime Minister May meet in the New Year, the forgotten Faith of the English-speaking democracies deserves to be on the agenda. Neither of them should forget that Christian hymns were sung at the birth of the Special Relationship when Roosevelt and Churchill met on board ship in the Atlantic in August 1941. One of them, Onward Christian Soldiers, chosen personally by Churchill for the famous Sunday service on the deck of HMS Prince of Wales, became...

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We welcome the crumbs that fall from Trump’s table

Nov 15, 2016 by

Comment from Dr Moss Nthla, General Secretary of TEASA, the Evangelical Alliance of South Africa. I am a devout evangelical and have sympathy with fellow evangelicals who see Trump’s affirmation of some evangelical values as progress in what might be the direction of American public policy under his watch. As evangelicals we are probably used to a marginal existence at the periphery of power and public policy influence. So we welcome the crumbs that fall from Trump’s table. Leave aside the...

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