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.
Many on the Left are so far up their own version of racial purity, and “moral superiority”, that they can’t grasp the fact that they are creating the very thing their anti-white racism fears the most. Then again, perhaps that’s the plan? Manufacture an enemy, and exaggerate the threat, in order to maintain political power, and social relevance?
In Victoria, progressives have made headway in making disagreeing with them a criminal act.
“We must resist the temptation to allow secular ideologies to redefine Biblical virtues and truths.”
Could Rudd’s hypocrisy be any more blatant? He condemns Scott Morrison for bringing “religion” into politics but was not averse to using God in his 2006-2007 election campaign.
“The only way to separate religion and politics in a country with millions of religionists, and many who wish to go into politics or political lobbying, is basically by removing the civil rights of religious people, and removing any possibility that they can have any influence in politics at all.”
Scott Morrison’s Menzies Moment: “Liberty is not borne of the State…”
What are the causes and the underlying societal issues? What are we not addressing in the way we approach both community and the individual?
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.
Significantly, the vast majority of Aboriginal deaths in custody are experienced by those with pre-existing health conditions, rather than anything to do with police violence or ‘systemic racism’.
Why is Long so frightened to speak of redeemed sexuality for every human being?
It’s a travesty that we’re allowing governments to turn their attacks on the virus, into an attack on the people.
The highlight from this story is the Japanese salvage team. In particular, they used metal from the wrecks to forge crosses “as a sign of peace and reconciliation.”
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.
“He never marshaled an army, nor drafted a soldier, nor fired a gun; and yet no leader ever had more volunteers who have, under His orders, made more rebels stack arms and surrender without a shot fired.”
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.”
As has now become clear, Israel Folau lost his job as a professional athlete simply for paraphrasing a passage from the Bible. We know this is the case, since Miranda Devine subsequently reported in The Daily Telegraph, that Folau’s choice to post online would have been a problem, even if Folau had chosen to quote the Bible.