Rebuilding Notre Dame Cathedral contradicts everything secular Europe stands for

Apr 28, 2019 by

by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest: “Don’t cry for me, profane people of Europe,” plaintively sings Our Lady of Paris. Notre Dame sings her Requiem as Eva Peron, dying of cancer, sings from the Balcony of the Casa Rosada. “The truth is you never really loved me for who I am and for what I stand for. The truth is you burned and destroyed my raison d’être a long time ago,” she sobs, her pearl-like tears washed away in the deluge from the fire fighters’ hoses. Europe is weeping torrents of therapeutic...

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The Noble Liar – The Influence of the BBC and the Meritocracy

Apr 10, 2019 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: The Noble Liar  by Robin Aitken is my book of the year, so far, and I doubt whether any book will overtake it.  It is a stunning insight from a former BBC journalist and executive – who has 25 years experience of the organisation.  If you want to understand what is going on in our culture, The Noble Liar, is essential reading. The book is subtitled – “How and Why the BBC distorts the news to promote a liberal agenda” . I am going to take some time to look at...

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In pop, stars are exploring new sexualities

Apr 9, 2019 by

by Mark Savage, BBC. [Editor’s note: This trend is neither new, nor separate from issues of marketing. What is new is the way today’s stars are following what’s now conventional among young people and in society in general, rather than being rebellious and ahead of the fashion as were the icons of the ’60’s and ’70’s.] …Joe Nellist from the LGBT Foundation says musicians are simply reflecting their generation’s attitude to sexual identity. “There’s a growing number of...

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The Rise and Fall of the Southern Poverty Law Center

Mar 26, 2019 by

by Michael Brown, Townhall: There was a time when the “Southern Poverty Law Center” (SPLC) was widely respected for its courageous work. Oppressive hate groups like the KKK had no greater enemy than the SPLC. The SPLC stood for justice, for righteousness, for the rights of the poor and the downtrodden. As expressed on the SPLC website, “Alabama lawyer and businessman Morris Dees sympathized with the plight of the poor and the powerless. The son of an Alabama farmer, he had witnessed firsthand...

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Godlessness is reaching epidemic proportions

Mar 21, 2019 by

by Howard Green, Christian Post: Imagine the world with no rules, accountability, or consequences for evil actions. This image is one where people take a life with no remorse. It is a place where life savings are greedily stolen, women and children are abandoned, and even basic respect that was afforded to a mother and father is absent. This place of our worst imaginings is one fraught with lawless, heartless, and treacherous people who are concerned with no one but themselves. That would be a...

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Bishop Gavin Ashenden on the State of the Nation

Mar 18, 2019 by

from Prophecy Today: How the West was lost – and what God’s people ought to do about it. Editorial Introduction: In the first of a two-part interview by Randall Hardy, the former Queen’s Chaplain Gavin Ashenden gives his perspective on the spiritual state of Britain. Part 1: Counting the Cost RH: Many people/Christians in the West are confused by the rapid changes which are happening in society. What is your understanding of the times in which we live? GA: We’ve been used to a...

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