Witchcraft is thriving in the US, with an estimated 1.5 million Americans now identifying as witches – more than the total number of Presbyterians. As Christianity declines across the country, paganism has swung to the mainstream, with witchcraft paraphernalia for sale on every high street and practises normalised across popular culture. In the past two years, it has also become darkly politicised.
Céline Dion is the face of a new “genderless” fashion brand for babies named CELINUNUNU. Everything about it is wrong and creepy. Here’s a look at the disturbing symbolism surrounding it.
Sri Lanka‘s parliament descended into chaos for a second day on Friday as lawmakers supporting newly appointed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa threw books, chili paste and water bottles at the Speaker to try to disrupt a second no-confidence motion.
At least the West hasn’t descended to this. Yet.
Because I Say So
Even Stalin, who had no great objections to falsifying history—to put it mildly—would not have thought of retrospectively changing the sex of a child on its birth certificate. But doing is now standard practice in many Western jurisdictions, where truth and reality must yield to individual wishes or desires, the demand that one can be anything one likes.
“When I was young, the most important challenges to those free societies seemed to come from Communists and Marxists. When I was not so young, the most important of those challenges seemed to come from Islamists. Today, they seem to come from—again, speaking politely—populists.”
Foreign nationals will be eligible to join the armed forces in greater numbers, ministers will announce, as British residency requirements for service are set to be scrapped.
What the UK military really needs is a recruit quota system based on world demographics.
Enjoying a glass of milk has been something generations of Americans have done for the past century. In fact, it has been encouraged by our government and campaigns like the Got Milk push which the state of California promoted for a number of years.
Now, though, we know the truth. Drinking milk has been a sign of white supremacy all along. We all have been DUPED.
The planned casting of an anti-Kavanaugh spell, one of the more striking instances of politically disgruntled Americans turning to the supernatural when frustrated by democracy, has drawn backlash from some Christian groups but support from like-minded witch covens.
Witches to hex Kavanaugh, exorcist responds
While social media may be buzzing in anticipation of the hex, Father Gary Thomas of the Diocese of San Jose, California is “appalled” at the idea, according to the National Catholic Register.
He’s also an exorcist.
According to a statement from the diocese, Thomas will be praying for Kavanaugh during today’s mass.
The thing that gets me is that Fauxcohantas actually thought that going public with her fractional indigenous-osity was a good idea. She really did – this is the keen, considered judgment of someone who wants to have her finger on The Button, folks.
Dozens of Anti-right witches say they plan to gather in New York City this month to publicly perform a hex on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. They put three hexes on President Trump and they feel they worked.
Welsh GP Helen Webberley faced criminal charges for running an online ‘gender identity’ treatment service without a licence, using the website GernderGP.co.uk.
The world’s first public relations campaign to persuade people that rats have feelings too, and they should learn to love them, has been launched in Paris, where city authorities are waging war to exterminate the four-million strong rodent population.
A violent inmate – lovingly described by one of his fellow inmates as “The UK’s happiest prisoner” – who spent 10 years in an all-female prison after having gender reassignment surgery, returned to an all-male prison after having a second sex change.
William Clyde Allen III, 39, told investigators he wanted the letters to ‘send a message,’ though he did not elaborate, FBI investigators said in documents filed in US District Court of Utah. Allen also said he sent similar letters to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the secretary of the Air Force, though it is not clear whether those envelopes had been found.
Results showed that people in nearly all of the 38 nations which took part in the study were ignorant of the aforementioned topics but some were worse than others.