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Hilsen fra Afrika med ønske om GODT NYTT ÅR 2016!

GODT NYTT ÅR TIL ALLE VENNER OG FØLGERE som er opptatt av kampen for rettferdighet, sannhet, ektehet og som bidrar på daglig basis til mer medmenneskelig varme og godhet i samfunnet! Hilsen fra det varme, afrikanske kontinent til dere alle! Jeg er på reise i flere afrikanske land og legger ved noen bilder fra dette varmhjertede kontinentet. I året som kommer ... Read More »

Hanne Nabintu Herland TV Interview on Arab Christians and the plight of Minorities in the Middle East

After travelling extensively in the Middle East, I speak about my experiences with several of the regional sectarian groups, amongst others the so-called Arab Christians, – a diverse group that we hear little of in the Western Media, but that are experiencing a very harsh time with persecution and lack of respect from Islamist Fractions, Jihadists and ISIS. SUBCRIBE TO OURWEEKLY NEWSLETTER  Every ... Read More »

Hanne Nabintu Herland: Religious faith on the march

Islam represents 1.3 billion believers and Christianity 2.3 billion. This constitutes substantial statistical proof for the fact that also modern man has a basic need to believe in God.  This must be a thought-provoking setback for the few atheists that actually exist in the world. An overwhelming international trend destroys the myth that there is a conflict between rationalism and ... Read More »

Hanne Nabintu Herland: On the fear of Western democracies turning totalitarian

The rise of totalitarianism in democratic states has worried Europe’s intellectuals for some time. The original fervent faith in the ability of modernity to overcome evil was significantly setback and reduced in the aftermath of the Second World War. (Photo: NRK) Left thinkers such as Herbert Marcuse, Theodor W. Adorno, Max Horkheimer and Michel Foucault all attempted to use critical ... Read More »

Habermas’ conversion: The need for religion in order to motivate individuals to solidarity

We profess to have become become the best of civilizations, probably mostly in our own eyes, with all the pleasant luxury that accompanies such a status. At the same time we have had a perplexing development that few wish to discuss. Norway has one of the world’s highest suicide statistics among young men. Raw and destructive substance abuse, proliferating broadly throughout all ... Read More »

Pope Francis on Christmas Day: God stronger than darkness & corruption

Merry Christmas to all. Pope Francis wished courage and warmth for the world in his Christmas Eve mass homily, as God is stronger than “darkness and corruption,” RT reports. He also made a phone call to Iraqi refugees who fled ISIS violence, saying that they are “like Jesus” on this night. (Photo: Reuters) “Through the course of history, the light that ... Read More »

Noam Chomsky: USA is not a democracy, but a one party state

USA: There is a strong difference between elite opinions and the public opinions. Most people are aware of the fact that their political leaders do not do that which is best for society, but serve the interests of the corporate industries and other elitist groups.   SUBCRIBE TO OURWEEKLY NEWSLETTER  Every Friday you will receive a newsletter with the relevant articles that ... Read More »

Hanne Nabintu Herland: Time to uphold Traditional Western Values

For quite some time Muslims and non-Western immigration into Europe has been a hot topic of discussion. Let us hope Ayaan Hirsi Ali is wrong in predicting heavy violence and civil war in Europe unless we are able to cope with the growing number of immigrant groups and its cultural implications. But why have Europeans generally been so preoccupied with ... Read More »

The rebellion against emptiness: CRIME AND REFUGE, Odd Nerdrum, foreword by Hanne Nabintu Herland

Art is the language of the Gods. Painted with fluid words from another dimension, art ruptures the limitations of language, opposes stagnation and indifference, pleads for change and challenges men to consider the journey through life with a new awareness and a lively gaze. Several thousand years old and filled with harsh, poignant and beautiful stories of human history, the ... Read More »

Krigsreporter Michel Collon om medieløgner og forskjellen på en “god araber” og en “ond araber”

Den kjente, franske journalisten Michel Collon, som rapporterte fra Jugoslavia krigen, Afghanistan krigen, Irak krigen og Libya krigen, skisserer en alternativ virkelighetsforklaring til den vanlige, vestlige narrativen rundt hva som er galt I Midtøsten. Opptaket er tatt under Libya krigen,2011. Collon forteller at de siste årenes kriger har alle blitt lansert I kjølvannet av betydelige “medieløgner” som siden ble dementert, ... Read More »

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