BBC children’s television: home of the sexual diversity fairy tale

Aug 12, 2020 by

by Ann Farmer, MercatorNet: Children’s network CBBC has defended the airing of a lesbian kiss, saying it is important to ensure that all children are properly represented on its channels. The BBC children’s network CBBC has defended airing its first lesbian kiss because it “showed children ‘that they can be who they want to be.’” Responding to complaints that the scene in Canadian mockumentary drama The Next Step was inappropriate for younger audiences, the BBC said it was important to ensure...

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Scotland’s Hate Crime Bill is a charter for the suppression of free speech

Aug 12, 2020 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: There are laws on the statute books which are largely redundant because they have not been used or implemented. The Scottish blasphemy law is one such. The last time it was used was 178 years ago, when Edinburgh bookseller, Thomas Paterson, was prosecuted for advertising: ‘that the Bible and other obscene works not sold at this shop.’ In the midst of the Covid-19 crisis, the Scottish Government has delayed its proposals to reform the Gender Recognition Act, but...

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How the far-left Black Lives Matter movement promotes a revolution that will destroy America

Aug 12, 2020 by

by John Horvat II, LifeSite: A revolution rages in America. If an image could characterize this revolution, it would be the recent scene of burning the American flag and Bibles at one of Portland’s nightly riots. The burning is a clear provocation, meant to offend and outrage. Its goal is to attack those things that still have meaning to countless Americans—God, country, family. The symbolic act communicates an incendiary desire to see these things reduced to ashes. The Black Lives Matter...

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Anarchy ravages US cities, so why is our media ignoring it?

Aug 12, 2020 by

by Kathy Gyngell, The Conservative Woman: JACK Crowe, news editor of the American website National Review, headlined his news round-up on Monday with a series of alarming stories which you may not have heard about if you live in Britain. He wrote: ‘The familiar pattern of politicised violence resumed this weekend after a brief respite in most major American cities.’ He told how Chicago police shot a young man on Sunday afternoon after he fired at them while attempting to evade arrest. ‘Hours...

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The Booming Industry Of Social Justice

Aug 12, 2020 by

by Tristan Justice: It turns out convincing white people that they’re racist is lucrative business. For decades, the billion-dollar education industry slowly developed the modern left-wing academic complex where the nation’s insulated campuses successfully mainstreamed fringe ideologies by breeding aggressively woke children now running America’s legacy institutions. By selling expensive liberal arts degrees in “global gender studies,” and “feminist studies,” American universities have not...

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Bishops take aim at ‘unjust’ handling of abuse claims

Aug 12, 2020 by

by Andrew Brown, The Times: The Church of England has been reported to the Charity Commission for its “incompetent and unjust” handling of investigations into senior figures. Lord Carlile of Berriew, QC, and a serving bishop are among dozens of signatories to a letter accusing the church of operating a secretive and unfair disciplinary system. Four of the past five archbishops of Canterbury and York had been the subjects of formal complaints about their alleged failures to act against clergy...

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Nigerian Anglican Primate says Homosexuals will not Inherit the Kingdom

Aug 12, 2020 by

by David Virtue, VOL: The new Anglican primate of Nigeria, the Most Rev. Henry Ndukuba says that homosexuals and law breakers will not inherit the kingdom of God. Without mentioning names, this would include the one lesbian bishop and four practicing homosexual bishops in The Episcopal Church. These include Vicky Gene Robinson (formerly New Hampshire), Mary Glasspool (New York, formerly Los Angeles), Thomas Brown (Maine), Bonnie Perry (Michigan) and Deon Johnson (Missouri). At a press...

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Anglican Church Destroyed in Uganda

Aug 12, 2020 by

Anglican Church destroyed in Uganda By Godfrey Olukya. VOL African Correspondent www.virtueonline.org August 10, 2020 A 49-year old Anglican Church, St Peters Church, Ndeeba has been destroyed by thugs even though it was being guarded by policemen, leaving Anglicans across over the country in disbelief and anger. Uganda’s president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was shocked by the act and ordered the arrest of all those concerned. ”Death upon the nincompoops and infidels who destroyed our...

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JK Rowling’s publisher asked transgender activists to edit court report covering free speech ruling

Aug 11, 2020 by

by Inderdeep Bains, Mailonline: JK Rowling’s publisher invited a transgender activist group to edit a court report covering a free speech ruling. The writer of the legal article said it was ‘effectively destroyed’ due to extensive feedback from trans rights charity Mermaids. The move by Hodder Education, part of Hachette, saw Ian Yule resign as chairman of the editorial board of A-level Law Review magazine, for which the article was written. In June, Harry Potter author Miss Rowling expressed...

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Oppressed Christians struggling under Covid

Aug 11, 2020 by

from Anglican Ink: Oppression and discrimination against Christians has increased during Covid, says Release International, which has launched an appeal to help Christians suffering during the pandemic. Many Christians have been denied food and relief aid and excluded from support systems during lockdown. They have been abandoned by families because of their faith and refused relief by governments and NGOs. At the same time, several countries have stepped up persecution against Christians. One...

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