Journalists accompanied him, lauding his words, saying, “Glory to the Lightworker, glory to the one who takes away the troubles of the world.”
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In Necropolis we step back to the present time, where an inchoate One World is emerging. A native Indian and the President represent two worldviews, Judeo-Christian and Progressive.
Sweden had been unprepared for World War Two. Like President Obama in our time, Swedish PM Per Albin Hansson was more concerned with engineering the socialist state—the folkhemmet, or people’s home—than with international affairs.
When you slaughter the unborn and the deformed, and when you marginalize the elderly and other “unwanted” people — those who are too weak to fight you — and call it your “right.” That, my friends, is tyranny.
Would Trump supporters have carried on in a similar fashion had Clinton won the election? I think not. So, why the hubbub, why the hysteria?
Our society is polarized because we are two religions, each struggling to assert its god’s sovereignty. On the one side, we have the Christian religion, on the other the Religion of Progress.
In a surprise decision that is sure to rock the tennis world, SCOTUS has ruled that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to compete in mixed doubles.
The 2012 documentary, End Credits, which examines the state of the practice of euthanasia in Belgium ten years after its legalization, is dark — the physical environment, the psychology, and the music.