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Jun 21

Bexley opposes children’s return

By Stephen Green In an astonishing development, a London Borough Council has told four children unjustly taken into care that they are opposing their parents’ court application to have them returned. The news, delivered by a Bexley Council social worker last month, resulted in the couple’s eldest daughter trying to commit suicide. The case is …

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Jun 20

European Union’s Roman Empire

Is the European Parliament Tower in Strasbourg modeled on the Tower of Babel, the Colisseum in Rome, or both? Why was Rome called ‘the Eternal City’? Who was the first Eurocrat, who drafted the Treaty of Rome and decided where it would be signed? What did he say about reviving the Roman Empire? View my …

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Jun 20

ZIKA – IS IT A HOAX?

Babies born with microcephaly have abnormally small heads housing an underdeveloped brain.  But is Zika to blame?

The Daily Star was the only British newspaper to report (13/02/2016) that the Zika virus may not be the cause of microcephaly in infants born recently to mothers in Brazil. Nevertheless, a number of ecologist websites have run the story proposing that we are being spun the wrong culprit for the debilitating condition. GLOBAL EMERGENCY …

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Jun 14

EU – Christian Project or Catholic Plot?

Dr Neil Summerton

View our videos: The European Union’s Tower of Babel The European Union’s Woman on the Beast The European Union’s Pagan Foundation European Union- Does the Lord Keep the City? The European Union’s Roman Empire  One Christian argument for the European Union, certainly superior to vague sentiments of unity, hospitality and ease of travel, is the one …

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Jun 12

Weird Swiss open Gotthard Base Tunnel

The dancers in orange jump-suits represent the five workers who died  building the Gotthard Base Tunnel.  As for the woman dressed as a bird?

The longest rail tunnel in the world opened last week with a weird ceremony accused by some of being ‘demonic’. World leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande, and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi attended the opening of the Gotthard Base tunnel which cuts a direct route to Italy under the Alps. There are several …

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Jun 08

UK votes for Monsanto Roundup

Monsanto's Roundup Glyphosate killer on the shelves at a garden centre in the UK

The United Kingdom was among twenty European Union nations voting earlier this week for Monsanto’s controversial ‘Roundup’ weedkiller, it has emerged. The vote, held on Monday 6th June 2016, failed to authorise the use of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup and similar products from Synerga and Dow Chemicals. Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Austria, Portugal …

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Jun 07

Worcestershire loses adoption bid

Queen Victoria stands in front of Worcester Shire Hall, where the Family Court sits.

By Stephen Green A local authority has lost its bid to put four children from a Christian home up for adoption. Sitting in Worcester Family Court in Worcester’s impressive old Shire Hall building, His Honour Judge Richard Rundell ordered instead that the children should stay in long-term foster care and enjoy regular contact with their …

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May 16

European Union’s New Roman Empire

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson is in trouble with the Guardian not just for saying the European Union is planning a new Roman Empire, but for saying Napoleon and Adolf Hitler had that dream as well. (A more sympathetic view of Mr Johnson’s speech is here at the Daily Express!) We say there is actually no need to invoke Hitler and …

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May 07

Mega mosque loses review appeal

Christian Voice have been meeting at the proposed mega mosque site to pray since January 2007.

Tablighi Jamaat’s application for a Statutory Review of the Government’s rejection of their appeal against Newham Council’s refusal of planning permission for a 10,000 capacity mega mosque at a site in West Ham in London was thrown out by a judge on Wednesday 4th May 2016. The Islamic separatist group’s lawyers thought they had found …

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