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The Protestant and Catholic Church: From Division to Communion, Vatican II – The Trumpet

Post Martin Luther, now 500 years down the line, the Church has gone from division to reconciliation, shows a recent Pew Research Religion report. The Trumpet gives this report on the matter: “From the Catholic perspective, Protestants were the rebels who divided the church against Christ’s clear commands for unity. The Catholic Church had always wanted to return these daughter ... Read More »

Senior Editor Standard Weekly: Putin’s foreign policy made him a hero, defending national sovereignty in battle against globalism – part 2

Vladimir Putin is a powerful ideological symbol and a highly effective ideological litmus test. He is a hero to populist conservatives around the world and anathema to progressives. Vladimir Vladimirovich is not the president of a feminist NGO. He is not a transgender-rights activist. He is not an ombudsman appointed by the United Nations to make and deliver slide shows ... Read More »

New World Order: The West breaking away from values that once made it a great civilization, Herland Report

Today there is a strong need for a renewed anchoring in traditional cultural and religious values in the increasingly anti-Christian West. For quite some time and especially the past decades, radical European and American elites have followed political ideologies that have aimed at deconstructing traditional values in order to open up for a new world order and a brand new ... Read More »

Hanne Nabintu Herland: Norway – naive supporter of terror organizations

Over the course of the last years Norway has developed an international reputation as a staunch supporter of several organizations despised by the international community. This is a result of adhering to the supposition that the best way to counteract terrorism is to enter into a ”dialog”. However there is every reason to question our mild-mannered conversations and generous monetary ... Read More »

Hanne Nabintu Herland: The flaws of European Hedonism

One of France’s leading philosophers, anti-marxist  Andre Glucksmann, characterizes the current conflict of values in Europe as a struggle between nihilism and conservatism. Nihilism advocates a moral without limits, where any and all actions are permissible. Evil does not exist. The shame of conscience is perceived as a socially constructed effect of traditional dogmas, to which the preferable response is ... Read More »

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