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Saudi ‘Donations’ to American Universities function as bribes to influence Western academics – Raymond Ibrahim, Herland Report

Why would the center of illiberalism, religious fanaticism, and misogyny ever sponsor the center of liberalism, secularism, and gender equality? This is the question that crops up when one considers the largesse that human-rights-abusing Saudi Arabia bestows on the leading universities — those putative bastions of progressive, free thinking — in the United States, writes Raymond Ibrahim, Middle East scholar, ... Read More »

Hvorfor skjules faren ved mobilstråling, elektromagnetisk stråling koblet mot kreft? Einar Flydal, Herland Report TV

Herland Report TV: Hvor objektiv er forskningen egentlig? Hvor mye påvirkes forskningsresultatene av hvem som finansierer forskningen? Hvor tett er koblingen mellom markedsinteresser og forskningsrapporter slik at viktige funn om faren for kreft ved elektromagnetisk stråling skjules? “Helserisikoen ved mobilbruk og elektromagnetisk stråling burde vært diskutert mye mer,” sier samfunnsviter, pensjonert forsker og rådgiver hos Telenor og universitetslektor ved NTNU, ... Read More »

Technology makes Fake Reality indistinguishable from Real Reality – Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Herland Report

Tyler Durden on Zero Hedge reports that the ability to falsify reality is growing by leaps and bounds.  Thoughtless geeks have now developed technology that makes fake reality indistinguishable from real reality.  Why is it that tech geeks take pride in developing technology that makes truth even harder to find?  What is wrong with their character as humans that they create methods ... Read More »

“Rule Britannia!” og den glitrende, britiske filosofen Edmund Burke, Hanne Nabintu Herland, Herland Report

En hyllest til Storbritannia til BBC Proms “Rule Britannia, Britannia rule the waves”. Storbritannia har gjennom historien demonstrert sin evne til realisme og med stor kunnskap om nasjonene evnet å styre de mange. Dette gjelder også i dag, og håpet er at fremtiden vil preges av Storbritannias evne til god ledelse, rettferdighet og fred, skriver historiker, forfatter og grunnlegger av ... Read More »

En ytringsfrihet uten ansvar leder til anarki – Hanne Nabintu Herland, Herland Report

Ytringsfrihet hylles ofte som en klassisk, vestlig verdi. Men hvilken form for “ytringsfrihet” er det snakk om? Retten til å si alt det stygge man vil til andre? Retten til å være frekk, lyve, fremsette udokumenterte rykter?    Rundt 1950 befant vi oss midt i opptakten til marxistiske kulturrevolusjonen der man nettopp gjorde opprør mot den borgerlige plikt og ansvarstenkning. ... Read More »

Christianity is most Persecuted Religion in the World, Western Media Interest still Remains remarkably Low, Lindsay Elisabeth, CBN

While you might have seen a decrease in mainstream media reporting regarding Christian persecution, there has only been an increase in the persecution taking place against Christians around the world. According to the Gatestone Institute, persecution of Christians by extremist groups and individuals is continuing to climb, as the persecution has become more systematic than random. A few weeks ago, the archbishop ... Read More »

Orwellian censorship in social media: Internet free speech being shut down, Hanne Nabintu Herland, WND, Herland Report

The movement towards Orwellian censorship in various online platforms such as Amazon, Facebook, Twitter and Google seem to steadily gain momentum. As over 90 % of the media in America is owned by only 6 corporations, it has never been easier to push propaganda and manufacture consent. Now the internet free speech arena seems to be shutting down too in ... Read More »

The New Atheist Religion: Secular Messianism – Hanne Nabintu Herland, Herland Report

The current lack of moral strength worry many of the leading philosophers in the West. Among them, the German philosopher who is Europe’s arguably most influential social scientist, atheist Jürgen Habermas. At one point, Habermas dramatically changed his view on the role of religion, stating that his previous assumption of its irrelevance in secular nations was wrong. In his ambitious ... Read More »

Aggressive secularism persecutes Christians in Europe, as morality, national, religious identity erodes, Sergej Lavrov

It is remarkable to see how Russian Foreign Minister, Sergej Lavrov is vocal in the support for Christianity and the respect of religions, while European political leaders  steadily make the point of omitting references to Europe’s religious heritage and traditional values, precisely the foundation that once made the West a great civilization. The world is truly changing when one has ... Read More »

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