A statement by Wolfgang Fellner in the daily Austrian newspaper “Österreich” has created outrage among local Muslims. In a recent edition the journalist stated: “Now we must permit discussions about whether or not Islam as such should be banned in Europe.” According to the Islamic faith community in Austria, Fellner is thus attacking “the central human right of religious freedom,” and that Fellner’s statement “should … Continue reading Austrian newspaper: It’s time to discuss whether Islam should be banned in Europe
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal (R) on Monday vetoed a controversial religious liberties bill that had provoked outrage from Hollywood, sports leagues and corporations for what critics said was its discrimination against gay and transgender people. “I do not think we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based community in Georgia, which I and my family have been a part of for generations,” Deal … Continue reading Georgia governor vetoes religious freedom bill criticized as anti-gay
People believe more in the afterlife than ever as a ‘rise in the something-for-nothing mentality’, an academic has argued.
Despite belief in God falling to lower levels than at any time in history in US society, there is an increasing belief in the afterlife among US citizens, a survey found.
Increasing feelings of ‘entitlement’ may be fuelling a rise in believing in life after death, despite not accepting religion or God, academics suggested. Continue reading “Is religion dying out? Fewer people believe in God than 30 years ago – but millennials are more likely to have faith in an afterlife”
.- As Republican frontrunner Donald Trump moves closer to the presidential nomination, Catholics are questioning whether voting for the billionaire-turned-politician is a wise – or even moral – option.
On March 7, dozens of prominent Catholic leaders released an appealcalling Trump “manifestly unfit to be president of the United States.”
“His campaign has already driven our politics down to new levels of vulgarity,” the statement says. “His appeals to racial and ethnic fears and prejudice are offensive to any genuinely Catholic sensibility. He promised to order U.S. military personnel to torture terrorist suspects and to kill terrorists’ families – actions condemned by the Church and policies that would bring shame upon our country.” Continue reading “Can a Catholic in good conscience vote for Trump?”
The Privatization of Government-sponsored Cyber-stalking
One of the reasons that the government is consistently “Chicken Littling” us with threats of extremism is money. Security is a multi-billion dollar revenue generator for the National Security Racketeering Network and Private Security Companies run by former ex-federal employees.
The operations of the private companies run the gamut from street-level tasking to tactical and offensive, weaponized-software deployment against innocent Americans. Now the U.S. has its own groups of militarized and federalized cyber-warriors. The most common groups are the FBI’s DITU — Data Intercept Technology Unit (run by an individual with a degree in law and psychology), the NSA of course, The NSA TAO (Tailored Access Operations), and Cyber-Command. Both the NSA and Cyber-Command are based at Fort Meade in Maryland.
Now there are a few private companies, think of Blackwater” on a cyber-level, which are also master’s of intrusion, hacking, identity theft, spoofing and 24/7 harassment of anyone who has been illegally and unconstitutionally watch-listed as a domestic threat. However NSA still has the budget, the tech-toys, the software and extra-judicial tactics which trump any of the subsequently mentioned private groups. Continue reading “FBI and NSA outsource their harassment of Targeted Individuals and Watchlisted Individuals to private firms”
Blacklisted News | March 1, 2016 – News has been making rounds across the internet that the FBI in collusion with the National Science Foundation has sunk nearly one million dollars into a program at the University of Indiana developed with the goal of: “The project is aimed at modeling the diffusion of information online and empirically discriminating among models of mechanisms driving the spread … Continue reading The FBI Has Been Databasing Suspicious Memes And Their Creators For Five Years to Silence Political Dissent