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Suicide rates have rocketed: Western Emptiness? Ben Shapiro

Selfishness and nihilism permeate Western Churches: Herland Report

  Herland Report:  Suicide rates have rocketed: As of 2014, American suicide rates had skyrocketed to their highest rate in three decades, all the way to 13 people per 100,000, even as death rates from other causes declined markedly. Suicide was particularly common among middle-aged white people, writes Ben Shapiro at DailyWire. The overall suicide rate climbed 24 percent from …

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Will Censorship Prevail Over The First Amendment? Paul C. Roberts

Will Censorship Prevail? Herland Report

Herland Report: Will Censorship Prevail? Today censorship is ubiquitous.  It is everywhere.  In the United States censorship is both imposed from above and flows from the bottom up. I remember when censorship in America was a limited phenomenon.  It applied during war time—“loose lips sink ships.” It applied to pornography.  It applied to curse words on the public airwaves and …

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Jordan Peterson and Feminism creates Conflict – Nabintu, WND

Feminism creates Conflict Huffington

  Herland Report: Feminism creates Conflict: Psychologist Jordan Peterson has millions of young, male followers now. They all read his bestseller “12 rules for life” and flock to the YouTube channel like disciples to a prophet.  They claim that his unconventional rebel style against today’s crippling political correctness helps them find order in the modern chaos of relativism, writes historian …

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Vi trenger systemskifte fra partidiktatur mot direktedemokrati

Lars Rønbeck Hanne Nabintu Herland Report

  Herland Report: Partidiktatur: Parlamentarismen innebærer at befolkningen frasier seg retten til å styre sin egen nasjon og sikre at folkeviljen gjennomføres. Man overgir disse rettighetene til et partisystem der folket velger på politiske partier som skal styre på vegne av dem. Men disse partiene – politikerne – får en betydelig makt til å gjøre det de selv vil. Parlamentarismen, …

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Surveillance Orwell’s 1984 No Longer Fiction – John Whitehead

John Whitehead at Herland Report, Hanne Nabintu Herland

“You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized.”—George Orwell, 1984 Tread cautiously: the fiction of George Orwell has become an operation manual for the omnipresent, modern-day surveillance state. It’s been 70 years since Orwell—dying, beset by fever and bloody coughing fits, and driven …

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