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Friday, 06 February 2009 22:50

Britain's Surrender

By Stephen Brown
FrontPageMagazine.com
Friday, February 06, 2009

The place where Winston Churchill once so eloquently and forcefully rallied the British people to defeat the Nazi threat is now under siege from a new tyranny.

Islamic intimidation achieved a new high last week when it forced the British Parliament, one of Western civilization's most venerable institutions, to quietly surrender its most basic of freedoms.

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By Andrew Alderson, Chief Reporter
Last Updated: 5:31PM GMT 01 Feb 2009

[caption id="attachment_3738" align="alignright" width="460" caption=" Caroline Petrie, from Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, is being disciplined for offering to pray for a patient Photo: JAY WILLIAMS "]Nurse Caroline Petrie[/caption]

A nurse has been suspended from her job for offering to pray for an elderly patient's recovery from illness.

Caroline Petrie, a committed Christian, has been accused by her employers of failing to demonstrate a "personal and professional commitment to equality and diversity".

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[caption id="attachment_3495" align="alignright" width="205" caption="Lord Ahmed"]Lord Ahmed[/caption]

Tuesday January 27, 2009

Lord Ahmed is a repugnant individual. Not only in appearance, but in association, character and morality. And to hear that he has threatened jihad on the House of Lords if their lordships should fail to meet his demands only serves to intensify Cranmer's loathing of the man.

It appears that a member of the House of Lords had invited the Dutch politician, Geert Wilders, to a private meeting in the Palace of Westminster. She had intended to invite her colleagues in the Lords to a private viewing of his "˜documentary' Fitna, followed by discussion and debate in true parliamentary fashion. This is, after all, a liberal democracy, and their lordships enjoy the rights of freedom of expression and freedom of association, not to mention certain parliamentary privileges for the protection of their function in the legislature.

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his week the Daily Mail here and here and the Daily Telegraph here report how Edinburgh Social Services rejected an application by a couple to adopt their own grandchildren because, at 46 and 59, they were deemed too old. Instead Social Services chose to have the children, who have been with foster carers for two years, adopted by complete strangers. It is awful enough the state has the power to block adoptions by immediate family members and home them with complete strangers (how on earth did we stand by and let it happen?), but this story gets worse, much much worse. In fact, it is tragic.

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by Baron Bodissey

[caption id="attachment_3312" align="alignright" width="97" caption="Geert Wilders"]Geert Wilders[/caption]

If any one person personifies the resistance against the Islamization of Europe, that person is Geert Wilders. His message is simple, honest, and straightforward: the people of the Netherlands (and other nations) have a right to protect the traditional character of their native countries and demand a halt to mass immigration.

But the forces of Multiculturalism are arrayed against him. The Powers That Be recognize how dangerous he is, and are determined to stop him.

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by Maria Mackay
Posted: Friday, January 9, 2009, 12:11 (GMT)

Brighton & Hove City Council has pulled thousands of pounds worth of funding from a Christian care home because of its religious beliefs on homosexuality.

The council withdrew £13,000 of funding when the care home refused the council's request to ask the elderly Christian residents about their sexual orientation every three months. The home also refused demands from the council that it use images of homosexuals in its promotional literature and show staff a Stonewall presentation on "˜gay rights'.

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Sunday, 23 December 2007 00:12

Tony Blair Converts to Catholicism

Press Assoc.
Saturday, December 22 12:37 pm

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/pressass/20071222/tuk-tony-blair-converts-to-catholicism-6323e80_1.html?printer=1

Photo of Tony Blair

Tony Blair has converted to Roman Catholicism, sources close to the former prime minister said.

He was welcomed into the church in a service on Friday night.

The move comes after years of speculation that Mr Blair, whose wife Cherie and four children are Catholic, would convert from Anglicanism after he resigned from Number 10 in June.

One of his last acts as prime minister was to visit Pope Benedict in June - his third trip to the Vatican in four years.


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Wednesday, 21 February 2007 00:12

Churches Back Plan To Unite Under Pope

Ruth Gledhill, Religion Correspondent
Times
February 19, 2007

Radical proposals to reunite Anglicans with the Roman Catholic Church under the leadership of the Pope are to be published this year, The Times has learnt.

The proposals have been agreed by senior bishops of both churches.

In a 42-page statement prepared by an international commission of both churches, Anglicans and Roman Catholics are urged to explore how they might reunite under the Pope.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2005 00:12

Bible of Reservations

by Fiona Hudson

Catholic Church leaders say they can't swear by the truth of the some parts of the Bible.

UK church leaders have issued a teaching document called The Gift of Scripture, advising those who study the Bible not to expect total accuracy.

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Sunday, 01 June 2003 00:12

Papal Rome and the European Union

By Michael de Semlyen and Richard Bennett

Papal Rome is widely respected and admired by the world. She is seen as well organised, successful and influential, as well as dignified and authoritative. The aura of uncritical acclaim around the person of successive popes is unique to the Church of Rome. No other global institution has it. Her pronouncements on moral issues carry great weight. So well regarded is the Papacy today that the acceptance of her extends even to Evangelicals, most of whom have ceased to question her doctrine.

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