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Name: Stephen Green
Date registered: 19 August 2011

Latest posts

  1. Treaty of Rome: signed where and why? — 24 March 2017
  2. Abortion Bill passes as Tory MPs stand by — 14 March 2017
  3. Brexit Debate – the EU’s Spiritual Dimension — 13 March 2017
  4. Abortion Bill would apply up to birth — 10 March 2017
  5. Manchester United goes gay with Stonewall — 10 March 2017

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  3. Prayer will humble proud Tesco — 134 comments
  4. Boris snubs Christian bus adverts — 126 comments
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Mar 24

Treaty of Rome: signed where and why?

Italian Poster celebrating the Treaty of Rome

European Leaders are gathering in Rome, the Emperor Hadrian’s ‘Eternal City’, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome.  The Treaty was signed on 25th March 1957. The champagne quaffing will however be somewhat tempered by the imminent arrival of That Article 50 Letter.  UK Prime Minister Theresa May is set to start the Brexit process …

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Mar 14

Abortion Bill passes as Tory MPs stand by

Diana Johnson's Abortion Bill passed as Tory MPs stood by

A Parliamentary Abortion Bill to repeal laws against the practice was given a First Reading in the House of Commons yesterday (13th March 2017). The Ten Minute Rule Bill abolishes Sections 58 and 59 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861.  See how that matters here.  (All our links open automatically in a new …

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Mar 10

Abortion Bill would apply up to birth

Diana Johnson's Abortion Bill ignores modern medicine and imaging. This baby at six weeks already has a beating heart.

A bill to decriminalise abortion is being brought before Parliament at 2.30pm on Monday 13th March 2017. Diana Johnson’s Reproductive Health (Access to Terminations): Ten Minute Rule Bill calls for abortion to be decriminalised.  It does this by repealing anti-abortion sections of the Offences against the Person Act 1861. Of course that will make the …

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Mar 10

Manchester United goes gay with Stonewall

The Manchester United coat of arms

Manchester United Football Club have struck a Faustian deal with homosexual pressure group Stonewall. The Premier League outfit, sometimes known as the ‘Red Devils’, have announced a new partnership with the LGBT activists.  ManU is the first, and by God’s grace the last, UK football club to sell its soul to Stonewall. Although, to be fair, …

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Mar 08

‘Woman’ accused of raping a man is a man

'Katie' Brannon, accused of raping a man, is actually a bloke called Gavin.

A ‘woman’ accused of raping a man is actually a man, Christian Voice has discovered. All the press, including the Independent, and even RT, have reported the case in the following politically correct fashion: Woman appears in court charged with raping a man twice ‘A British woman is to stand trial accused of raping a man. ‘Katie …

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Mar 03

Magistrate who convicted preachers is Freemason

Bristol Magistrate Robert Stacey in his Freemason regalia.

The chairman of the Bristol Magistrates who convicted two Christian preachers of a Public Order offence earlier this week is a leading Freemason, Christian Voice can disclose. Robert Stacey convicted Michael Overd and Michael Stockwell on Tuesday 28th February.  He handed down £2016 worth of fines and costs each.  He even refused a stay of execution …

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Mar 02

Anti-Transgender bus banned from Barcelona

The anti-transgender bus is currently impounded in Madrid

A bus with an anti-transgender message in Spanish has been banned from Barcelona and not allowed to move in Madrid. And now a judge has supported Madrid’s capture of the bus, reports the BBC.  Jose Juan Escalonilla said the bus could not move until the slogans, including “if you are born a man, you are …

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Mar 01

Pray for Northern Ireland

Stormont Parliament Building, seat of the Northern Ireland Legislative Assembly

Please pray for Northern Ireland and its people. They are going to the polls on Thursday 2nd March less than a year after the last election. The Province elected a legislative assembly last May (2016). Sinn Fein pulled out of that in January. Martin McGuiness, Deputy First Minister, resigned, ostensibly over a botched energy scheme. …

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