That the Australian education system is a hotbed of radical leftist political ideology and propaganda should surprise no one. This of course has been happening for decades now and I have been documenting this for decades now.
For decades now the ruling elites have insisted on the wonders of multiculturalism, “compassion” for refugees, open borders (effectively) for one and all, the belief that Islam is just like any other religion, and the firm commitment to receiving with
Europe is in a mess. Many think it is on the verge of major crisis, if not collapse, unless something is done quickly. With failed immigration policies, misplaced multiculturalism, and politically correct self-loathing, there is not a day that goes
We are seeing a lot of death, carnage and destruction in Europe and other parts of the West at the moment. You can put this down to two main causes: a resurgent and demonic Islam, and a demoralised and PC
Plenty of people are now asking, ‘Whither Europe?’ It has been in serious trouble for decades now, and with the twin problems of Christianity in decline and Islam in the ascendency, the situation continues to further deteriorate. Mistaken policies of
One hundred German women sexually assaulted by a thousand migrants and recent refugee arrivals may have finally woken Europe up – if it is not too late already. Cologne was not alone, with many other German and European cities also
So we have European countries which are so clueless and so dhimmified that they are willing to take in millions of foreigners with barely any background checks or any attempts to get them to fit in to the host culture.
There is always a danger of supplanting biblical Christianity with the latest political agendas and ideologies. I see this so often with Christians uncritically absorbing all the latest secular left nonsense. They just end up as rabid secular lefties with
I am angry – really angry. Angry at the Islamic terror attacks in Paris? Yes, of course. But I am also absolutely outraged at the lamestream media and its despicable coverage of this tragic affair. I spent most of Sunday
Not just Paris, but much of France is now in lockdown, and even places like neighbouring Belgium. Travel has been curtailed, borders closed, and panic reigns on the streets of Paris and beyond. A series of coordinated attacks around the
Tragically far too many believers seem to glide through life completely oblivious to the various wars and battles we are in, the array of enemies encircling us, and the ever increasing anti-Christian bigotry in the West. Everywhere the faith is
Islam has a game plan. The West just plays games. That is why, unless things change drastically, the West will lose and Islam will triumph. The 1400-year old dream of a global caliphate established by aggressive Islamic imperialism remains on
With the Australian government now committed to taking 12,000 Syrian refugees, with an emphasis on persecuted Christians, a lot of really dumb reactions have been forthcoming. As usual, it mainly comes from the leftists and their allies, including the Muslim
This may be news to a lotta folks, but compassion is not a synonym for being brainless. Caring should not involve throwing away your brains and simply running on feelings. Emoting is no substitute for compassionate reasoning. If you really
There are always certain issues, especially when clouded with emotive media imagery, which can result in people ceasing to reflect critically but simply run on emotions. The refugee issue is one such topic where emoting instead of thinking tends to
So, another week, another batch of alarming cases of stealth jihad and creeping sharia in action. As I have so often said, one could devote all one’s energies 24/7 just trying to keep up with all these cases. While much
In the Christian calendar Palm Sunday is of course the Sunday preceding Easter, and it has to do with the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. All four gospels record this momentous event: Matthew 21:1-11; Mark 11:1-11; Luke 19:28-44; and
The various issues of refugees, asylum seekers, immigration policy, people-smuggling, queue-jumping, and so on are as vexatious as they are pressing. Syria right now for example has millions of refugees and displaced peoples because of its civil war.
Are good intentions enough? That is, if someone engages in a course of action, believing it to be good or helpful, is that sufficient justification for it? What if the course of action in fact proves to be harmful, counterproductive,