Monthly Archives: April 2011

U.K: Christians resist oppression in the name of ‘equality’

“While appearing to have the noble aim of upholding personal dignity, equality laws passed in the past decade have acted as a political lightning rod to eliminate Christian morality from the workplace.”

“As the new morality is enforced by the State, the fear of appearing ‘phobic’ has led to many public bodies conducting ‘Middle Age’ witch-hunts against anyone who dares speak or even think differently.”

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U.K: Persecution of Christians suffers setback

“This week, former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey called the ban ‘outrageous’ and praised Colin for standing up for his faith, while former Home Office minister Ann Widdecombe weighed in and said it proved there was ‘one rule for Christians and another rule for followers of any other religion’.”

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Political Correctness confuses Charles Darwin with black headmistress

“…a council inquiry spent weeks determining the race of the Charles Darwin figure. Now Mr Moyle has been suspended from the governing body of Goodrich primary school in fashionable East Dulwich, south-east London…The Labour authority refused to reveal details of its inquiry – and it will not discuss how a model of a white, bearded, Victorian scientist could be confused with a black 21st century headmistress.” 

How utterly retarded! – JG.

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Muslims butcher “Christian dogs” while we stand silent?

“According to the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, over 700 Christians, including bishops and priests, have been killed and 61 churches have been bombed. Seven years after the commencement of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Catholic Archbishop Louis Sako of Kirkuk reports: “He who is not a Muslim in Iraq is a second-class citizen. Often it is necessary to convert or emigrate, otherwise one risks being killed.”

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Israel aided Argentina during Falklands War

“Is this going to be used to kill the English? Kadima [go ahead]”… Explaining the former premier’s willingness to aid the Argentinean cause, Lotersztain told the book’s author Hernan Dobry that Begin “hated the English above all; everyone had forgotten the British occupation, but not him.”

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Anti-monarchists: cute, adorable losers?

“They (republicans) are a well-intentioned group of utopians, and their earnest naïveté is cute, but they don’t have a clue about human nature or their own national character.”

“The royal family is the nation’s history, the story, written in the DNA, of a people’s longitudinal striving to meet its collective standards of decency and honour.”

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