Of course, all the usual suspects have voiced their outrage at Hungary’s “homophobic” and “transphobic” move.
“Sorry, dude,” she said. “I walked with the flock of sheep who told me what to hate and what to like without question… deep in the belly of Babylon the whore. FYI. I always referred to Hollywood as Babylon, even as an agnostic. It simply is.”
…and what fitting gods they make for a narcissistic social era that can’t seem to stop staring at itself in the mirror.
“A young man who wishes to remain a sound Atheist cannot be too careful of his reading.”
“Leave the boxes for cereal,” Kellogg’s said.. “You’re too awesome to fit into a box.”
“Is there a particular reason this set is labelled as 18+?” a fan tweeted. “Pretty sure there’s no ‘mature content’ in the pride theme set.”
“If you remain silent when you ought to speak out against them, then your silence is tantamount to betrayal.”
“There are certainly times and circumstances to apologise and make amends for collective sins. But it’s a currency that risks being devalued if people use it to shift the blame elsewhere in order to regain their own moral high ground on the issues of the day.”
Drifting from our Christian heritage has caused us to lose sight of individual freedom, dignity, purpose and responsibility and to blame societal structures for all of our ills, as the revolutionaries of the Soviet Union did.
The updated version, which will be released on Disney+ under the more appropriate title, White Privilege and the Seven Persons of Short Stature, will replace the controversial scene with the prince patiently waiting for Snow White’s consent.
“We must resist the temptation to allow secular ideologies to redefine Biblical virtues and truths.”
Other messages shared by the group include an image of a black man executing bound white people along with the caption, “Yes all whites.”
This is an essential shift our culture needs to make to prevent false allegations, and victimhood mentality from drowning out real victims of crime.
If you want to see true invisibility in the art world, look for openly conservative artists. Those who manage to fight their way through education systems that mark them down and galleries who refuse to show their work are forced to compete in the open market without the wealth of state-funded activism.
I’m confident in saying that it is one of the most important books I’ve read in a while.
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Consensual incest advocates are today backing a New Yorker’s efforts to marry their own adult child. The parent, who has remained anonymous for obvious reasons, is suing to overturn laws barring the incestuous practice.
The world has created its own problems – it has taken morality out of sexual relationships; it sees uniformity as the answer to all ills; and it calls on the law to achieve these goals.
Is it ever right to disobey the state? If so, when and why? Is there a right to rebel against authority?
Heed Chavura’s call, because he’s right: “Courage is the only way forward.”