Marxism didn’t die. It’s alive and well and living among us

Jun 14, 2018 by

by Peter Hitchens, Spectator: I remember the autumn day in 1990 when they came to cart away the large hammer and sickle outside my Moscow block of flats. It was about the size of a cow and made out of a gritty grey metal alloy which had, like almost everything in the USSR, never looked new or...

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Church leaders back new Worcester mosque plans in open letter

Jun 14, 2018 by

by Christian Barnett, Worcester News: CHURCH leaders across Worcester have signed an open letter supporting plans for a new £3 million mosque in Worcester. Members of the Church of England clergy in Worcester East Deanery backed the bid for the contemporary building on Stanley Road in the letter...

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“Celebrating Ramadan in Southwark Cathedral; mission, meals and infidelity”

Jun 14, 2018 by

by Gavin Ashenden: JIHAD AND MURDER OF THE BYSTANDERS:  On the 3rd of June, 2017, three koranically faithful Muslims faithful Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane, Youssef Zaghba hired a van and killed eight kafirs on London Bridge. They were demonstrating to the world and their fellow jihadists...

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General Synod papers published

Jun 14, 2018 by

Papers circulated to members of the Church of England’s General Synod ahead of its July sessions in York have been published online. They detail discussions planned on subjects ranging from the Church’s work in areas where many people follow other faiths to concerns over the cost of...

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Six types of ‘useful idiot’

Jun 14, 2018 by

by James Bloodworth, UnHerd: The appalling scenes emerging from Venezuela – where the citizens of the most oil-rich country in the world have been reduced to scavenging in rubbish bins for food – should act as a cautionary tale to those inclined to project utopian aspirations onto societies they...

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Young more religious than old in only two countries in world

Jun 14, 2018 by

by Harriet Sherwood, Guardian: Young people are more religious than their elders in only two countries – Ghana, and the former Soviet republic of Georgia – according to a global analysis. In 46 out of 106 countries surveyed by the Washington-based Pew Research Center, people between the ages of 18...

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Trump and Kim discussed religious persecution? Scant media accounts leave us guessing

Jun 14, 2018 by

by Julia Duin, Get Religion: It sure has been interesting seeing President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un operating within a few feet of each other this week. It was tough for media to glean much from the meeting of the two men, although the prevalent press opinion seems to be that Trump got the...

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Gay Irish Prime Minister: Catholic hospitals ‘will be required’ to abort babies

Jun 14, 2018 by

by Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSite; Ireland’s homosexual pro-abortion Prime Minister has announced that Catholic hospitals in the country will be obliged to perform abortions. Leo Varadkar said that when the new laws liberalizing abortion come into effect, even Catholic institutions will have to...

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The One Crucial Lesson Conservatives Can Learn From Chick-Fil-A

Jun 14, 2018 by

by Matt Walsh, Daily Wire: The Huffington Post threw down the gauntlet. In a piece that’s gotten some attention today, Noah Michelson declared that you can’t continue eating at Chick-Fil-A “if you really love LGBTQ people.” What follows from that headline is a lengthy and...

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Bestselling Author Fired for Mocking Publisher’s Diversity Policy

Jun 14, 2018 by

by James Delingpole, Breitbart: Publishing giant Penguin Random House has announced that its authors are no longer to be chosen on literary merit but according to a politically correct quota system “taking into account ethnicity, gender, sexuality, social mobility and disability”. This is mad,...

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