All lives matter & all truth matters, in resisting reverse racism.

Jun 18, 2020 by

by Gavin Ashenden: When you see the statues fall, you know the revolution has begun. And like so many revolutions, another sign that we are in the middle of one, is the silencing of critics.   A radio presenter in the Isle of Mann carelessly suggested “all lives mattered.” In any week from the day when electricity was discovered until poor George Floyd was pitilessly murdered, no one would have disagreed. But such is the speed of this present revolution, that Stu Peters was off the air,...

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How Lies Work – More Reflections on the Cummings Situation

May 30, 2020 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: “You’re a blatant liar”.  It’s not an accusation one hears every day.  At least not since I stopped reading Secular Scotland’s or Richard Dawkin’s FB page where I was often accused of ‘lying for Jesus”.   In a post-modern society it should be encouraging that people are so concerned about truth but I’m afraid ‘truth’ tends to mean ‘what I like and agree with’.  It’s a bit like one man’s terrorist is another’s freedom fighter.  Truth becomes what we believe. The...

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Chernobyl and the sanctity of truth

Apr 26, 2020 by

by Julian Mann, The Conservative Woman: THE Sky drama Chernobyl would be morally powerful enough in normal times. But watching it for the first time on DVD under the present lockdown made it even more so. The five-part series, broadcast last year, shows how the nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl power plant in 1986 in the former Soviet Ukraine was totalitarian Leninism taken to its logical moral conclusion. One scene especially illustrated how Leninism as practised in the Soviet Union was a...

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Will the lockdown turn us back to the Truth?

Apr 20, 2020 by

by Paul Huxley, Christian Concern: Most of us going through the lockdown will never have experienced a world event that so monumentally affected all our day-to-day lives as much as the current coronavirus lockdown. Events like 9/11 and the fall of the Berlin Wall defined eras and generations but didn’t stop so many from going to work, playing sports or attending church. In her message to the nation, the Queen hinted at the closest point of comparison by looking back at her very first message,...

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Trans activist sues pro-family group for $15K for not calling him a woman

Mar 22, 2020 by

by Lianne Lawrence, LifeSite: Transgender activist Jonathan “Jessica” Yaniv is suing a well known British Columbia parents’ rights advocate for $15,000 for allegedly spreading hate against him by referring to him with male pronouns. Yaniv filed his suit against Kari Simpson of CultureGuard, a group that battles the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) curriculum in the schools, on March 17 at a small claims court in Langley, British Columbia. “Kari Simpson is exhibiting hatered [sic]...

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Woke-bashing professor pays price of telling the truth

Dec 22, 2019 by

by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, The Conservative Woman: OCCASIONALLY an academic emerges who is willing to break ranks and expose the intellectual vacuity and social dangers of woke culture. Professor Peter Boghossian, an assistant professor of philosophy at Portland State University in Oregon, is one such, and has paid the price for intellectual honesty: his university has banned him from conducting academic research on a charge of ‘questionable ethical behaviour’. In 2018 Boghossian and two...

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