How Marxism created the West

Jan 19, 2022 by

by James McElroy, UnHerd: Contemporary explanations of wokeness are always insufficient. Public intellectuals either pretend there has been no major revolution in values, or offer silly debates about whether wokeness is really...

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There is no ‘right side of history’

Jan 19, 2022 by

by Frank Furedi, spiked: This is just a way of shutting down debate. In England, it seems you can get away with destroying a public statue if you claim you are ‘on the right side of history’. This was the surmise of Liam Walker QC, who...

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The real lesson of the Texas synagogue attack

Jan 19, 2022 by

by Melanie Phillips: Few understand the crucial role of antisemitism in Islamist extremism. The observation by an FBI officer that the gunman who took four Jews hostage in a Texas synagogue on Saturday was “singularly focused on one...

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Alarm over Anglican plan to give overseas churches more say in choosing future Archbishops of Canterbury

Jan 19, 2022 by

by Kaya Burgess, The Times: Foreign Anglican leaders from churches around the world are set to be given much greater power in choosing future Archbishops of Canterbury. English priests and worshippers have expressed surprise and anger at...

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Biden’s Global LGBT Agenda

Jan 18, 2022 by

by Anne Hendershott, The American Conservative: The Biden administration will use international treaties to promote a global LGBT agenda for children. No longer content to use social media companies to ban speech offensive to progressives...

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Bishops in Lords vote to uphold right to peaceful protest

Jan 18, 2022 by

by Donna Birrell, Premier: Bishops in the House of Lords are among peers who have rejected a range of measures in the government’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill. They were debating proposed measures for England and Wales which...

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Matrix, Motherhood, Metaverse: Secular ‘Resurrection’ in Recent Films

Jan 18, 2022 by

by Brett McCracken, TGC: The resurrection of Jesus Christ is history’s most monumental event. No wonder it’s a motif storytellers can’t shake—2,000 years later. In our secular age, “resurrection” remains a compelling and oft-explored...

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Christian Aid income fell by £13m during Covid-19

Jan 18, 2022 by

by Russell Hargrave, Civil Society News: Income and spending both fell sharply at Christian Aid last year, according to the charity’s latest financial accounts. Christian Aid’s income dropped by £13m in the year to March 2020-21 compared...

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Inside the Tory trans civil war

Jan 18, 2022 by

by Josephine Bartosch, UnHerd: MPs vilify their colleagues for criticising Stonewall. During Lisa Townsend’s campaign to become Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner last year, the subject that most frequently came up on the doorstep...

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When are we going to take radical Islam seriously?

Jan 18, 2022 by

by Brendan O’Neill, spiked: The terror in Texas confirms that British Islamism has become a global menace. So, Britain is now exporting anti-Semitism. Not content with harassing and abusing the Jewish community here in the UK, our...

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