“The intersectional ideologues simply can’t have someone stating the obvious, lest their grip on people’s thoughts be weakened, and they can’t respond to Peterson on any meaningful level, so they must resort to censorship, baseless accusations of having impure motivations, and threats.”
“A lot of people are dying of heart attacks lately, have you noticed? I don’t recall seeing so many articles with the headlines “died suddenly” yet containing no further explanation being so common prior to 2021, do you?”
“Secularism and Christianity propose profoundly different visions of what makes a good society and a flourishing individual life. Both make absolute claims about the nature of reality, meaning that if one worldview is upheld then the other is defeated.”
“Their focus on Tucker Carlson is nothing but a cynical ploy to frighten conservatives out of holding what they deem to be ‘unacceptable views,’ and to persuade others that anyone who listens to Tucker Carlson must be dangerous and crazy.”
“It’s about displacing God as the great decider. Democrats now reserve the right to re-write biology, which is to say dominion over nature… Christianity stands in their way.”
“A tabulation of data from surveys conducted between 1996 and 2020 of women who had abortions found that ‘96.50% of all abortions are performed for social or economic reasons,’ and not for extreme reasons like rape or preserving a mother’s life.”
“The reality that nobody is allowed to acknowledge, but everyone knows, is that Indigenous Australians not only enjoy the same basic rights as everyone else but are now viewed by mainstream institutions, namely government, media, and the universities, as requiring added help and protections in the name of ‘equity.'”
The World Economic Forum just released a new video on its Facebook page titled ‘5 ways COVID-19 has changed the world’ which, like all their material, contains vague, optimistic rhetoric designed to conceal an authoritarian agenda.
“Why is it that wealthy ‘intellectuals’ are happy to benefit from capitalism but insist it’s wrong for anyone else to? Could it be that Marx’s ideas serve as a justification for attaining more power – the very thing that Marx supposedly opposed?”
“The fact that people still wear them in grocery stores or when walking alone outside is proof that with enough fear, gullibility and, perhaps, self-righteousness, people will comply with the most arbitrary and nonsensical government edicts.”
“Teaching certain aspects of the Christian faith is now criminal in parts of Australia because of legislation designed to protect LGBT people and their ideology.”
“In what dystopian world is all this construed as freedom? It beggars belief that mandatory vaccination, mask mandates, vaccine passports (the foundation of a Chinese-style social credit system), closed borders, and excluding people from society would fit into anyone’s understanding of the term.”
“The unwillingness of Christian publications to call out governments on this injustice and the tendency to minimise the issue are unfortunate aspects of this issue, though hardly surprising in an era when the church has spent so long accommodating the culture in order to remain relevant.”
“We cannot tell Australian citizens that they can only work, travel or see their family if they undergo a medical procedure. Our role must be to inform and encourage, not to coerce.”
“Even if one grants that a person can change their gender, it’s still absurd to think that such a person should be able to compete against biological females if they were born a biological male.”
Surely, when someone who has escaped the most nightmarish totalitarian country on the planet warns America that it is heading down the same path that led to that nightmare becoming a reality, the West ought to pay attention.
“This Yale episode signifies that Critical Race Theory is a brutal and racist doctrine. It is a worldview that attributes evil to an entire category of people.”
“Legalizing euthanasia creates the potential for the most vulnerable and lonely to feel that they have no other option but death.”
The west is in need of a major attitude adjustment when it comes to China. We cannot afford to continually ignore China’s belligerent and deceitful actions, and we must do what we can to break our economic dependence on them.
“Killing patients, even if they want to die, violates the underpinning principle of the medical vocation itself. The focus must be on ensuring that palliative care is as excellent as possible, not on making it easier for patients to die.”