Finnish Christian MP to appear before Supreme Court over ‘hate crime’ Bible tweet

Apr 22, 2024 by

from The Christian Institute: A Christian politician in Finland will be forced to stand trial for the third time, despite twice being vindicated over allegations of “hate speech” for sharing the Bible’s teaching on homosexuality. In...

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Belgian court strikes down order shuttering conservative conference

Apr 17, 2024 by

from ADF: Free speech PREVAILS for “NatCon”. The Belgian justice system has acted to protect the freedoms of speech and assembly with a decisive emergency late-night ruling in favour of the conference on National Conservativism.  The...

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‘Between Caliphate And Dictatorship’

Apr 17, 2024 by

By Rod Dreher, Substack. This is Europe, this is what liberty and democracy are like in Brussels, capital of the European Union. What a day this has been. I never imagined that I would witness the banning of a peaceful political meeting...

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The sinister censorship of NatCon Brussels

Apr 16, 2024 by

by Tim Black, spiked: The technocratic elites are the true menace to liberty. European public life is in real trouble, if today’s goings on in the Belgian capital are anything to go by. This morning, Emir Kir, the mayor of...

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Is this the beginning of the end for Humza Yousaf’s ‘unworkable’ Hate Crime Act?

Apr 16, 2024 by

by Michael Blackley, Daily Mail: A bid to force Humza Yousaf to repeal his controversial hate crime legislation will be launched in the Scottish parliament this week. MSPs will be asked to vote on a motion proposing that the Hate Crime...

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How Scotland made a mess of its hate crime law — in a week of chaos

Apr 8, 2024 by

by Alex Massie and Sian Bradley, The Times: After a four-year battle to pass the SNP’s bill, more than 6,000 complaints have already been reported. What are Scots to think? Good intentions may often be the mother of calamity. The new...

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