Are elites setting the stage for a global crackdown on Biblical Christianity?
It’s been building for decades, but never has the anti-Christian bigotry of the global elites who run the world’s major media outlets been more obvious than it is today.
At least 300 Christians, including four Americans and 22 children, were massacred at three churches and several hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday morning, many of them as they were worshiping their Risen Savior. Another 500 were injured in the attack, carried out by a team of Islamic jihadists strapped with suicide-bombs in what was described by authorities as a “coordinated attack.”
These are staggering numbers. Yet, compare the world’s response to this attack on Christians to that of the attack on two mosques in New Zealand last month, when a lone madman shot and killed 50 Muslims. Coverage of the mosque attack consumed the media for more than a week. They sent reporters to interview the survivors and communicate in great detail the agony suffered by the victims, who were clearly and repeatedly identified as Muslims.
Trudeau Promised a Stronger Middle Class. How’d He Do?
“I want to start with a few questions, my friends,” said Justin Trudeau, looking directly into the camera as the second leaders’ debate of the 2015 federal election began.
“Are you better off now than you were 10 years ago when Stephen Harper became prime minister? Is our country better off? Do you have better job prospects? Do you have confidence that your kids have a brighter future?”
Bad Humans: UN Blames For Extinction Of One Million Species
Up to one million species face extinction due to human influence, according to a draft UN report obtained by AFP that painstakingly catalogues how humanity has undermined the natural resources upon which its very survival depends.
The accelerating loss of clean air, drinkable water, CO2-absorbing forests, pollinating insects, protein-rich fish and storm-blocking mangroves — to name but a few of the dwindling services rendered by Nature — poses no less of a threat than climate change, says the report, set to be unveiled May 6.
Teen terror accused back in jail after alleged bail breach
A minor accused of terrorism is back behind bars after an alleged breach of his bail conditions.
The 16-year-old Kingston, Ont. resident was arrested Sunday and sent back to jail. There is a court-ordered publication ban on the specifics of the bail breach.
The youth, who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, was released on bail April 3 under strict conditions.
The Panic Over ‘Social Media Addiction’ Threatens Free Speech
Yet despite the growing public panic, the underlying science is far from settled. Researchers have not yet approached a consensus as to whether perceived excessive time spent on the internet and engaged with social media is an addictive behavioral disorder. The American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) does not designate “internet addiction” or “social media addiction” as a mental disorder, but rather a “condition for further study,” which is notable in light of economic incentives for the psychiatry profession to medicalize problem behaviors.