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The German awakening – A reflection on the national 2017 elections

 

As the sun rose on Sunday the 24th of September this year 2017, roughly three quarter of the eligible voters took the road to reach their voting polls.

There was like a silence before the storm, some kind of tense loading; would Merkel be getting her deserved payback, through the loss of voters placing their mark for the CDU? Would the SPD drop to their record low as a discipline measure for following Merkel from one grand coalition to another, betraying their original ideology and putting a new leader, Martin Schulz, in front who claims to stand for the common man, but has pocketed millions when working for the EU before. (Btw, the SPD was one of the first parties standing for separation of church and state and encouraging people to resign from church. Now they have more than even religiously subscribed politicians than ever.) Will the Greens be able to stand their part, even though the CDU has already embraced basically all green politics? Will 'Die Linke' hold their flag for left politics, covering all left from the social democrats? And finally, will the liberal party FDP march back into parliament after dramatic losses before? And then there is the party all eyes were on; the only alternative for German politics, the AfD. Being insulted, not invited to many open TV discussions, being branded a Nazi party and placed into the far right corner, just like what we had observed with Geert Wilders from the PVV in The Netherlands, the AfD, this time, was about to have its major breakthrough. Expectations were around 9%, but the big surprise was about to come.

In reality, the AfD is a conservative, national liberal party, looking out for the interests of the German people, with no, not a single point in their party program indicating a relationship to former Nazi stances. Any intelligent person with a sense for common sense knows that patriotism has nothing to do with racism or fascism. No, the AfD is even opposing fascism with all its might, whilst the Left and the CDU are inviting a new form of totalitarianism into the country through the open border politics. Islam is far opposite to liberalism, incompatible with democracy and opposed to equality, Human Rights, especially women and LGBT rights.

How dare the present main stream elite accuse the AfD of something they are inviting and disguising with tolerance, a tolerance towards the intolerant.

There is no freedom without borders, and no tolerance without stopping the intolerant, no secularism when supporting theocracy, and no democracy when allowing totalitarian systems enter.

During the campaign period, we found accusations against the AfD spanning from total lies till finger pointing at things the leftists also did, but where never challenged about.

Let me put some examples next to each other, to see the absurd practice Germany has observed since:

Press: The press mainly reported about right wing activities in a negative way, or just blended out their positive actions.

When invited to TV shows, AfD members were not allowed to talk without being interrupted.

Violent far left demonstrations were portrayed either positive or watered down to something irrelevant, shown in an example of the demonstrations in Hamburg.

Public appearances: When the AfD had a public stage, the leftists stood about, whistling and screaming the event down. Actual serious people, who wanted to listen to the event, had hard times reaching it, being questioned by the police and walking through a crowed of loud and unreasonable herds.

Election advertisements: The AfD had hard times hanging up election posters, advertising their party. In many cities, the posters were ripped down, forcing the AfD to hang up their adverts only shortly before Election Day. Mainly in the provinces they had a better possibility to stay intact.

Information stalls: Many cities had their main set up of CDU, SPD, FDP, Greens and Die Links presented with representatives of their parties, so that the public could ask questions and get info materials. In yet many cities, the AfD was nowhere to be seen, out of fear to be violently attacked.

AfD politician Alexander Gauland was called a racist after saying that the German minister Aydan Özoguz should be "disposed of" in Turkey. This shows how unreasonable and false the political elite is. He was branded racist and dehumanising by the other German politicians. Let’s look at the truth behind this over blown issue.

Özoguz, who has Turkish roots, wrote in an article for the newspaper Tagesspeigel that "a specifically German culture is, beyond the language, simply not identifiable."

First of all, what Gauland said was verbal, and of course with no intention to pick up Aydan Özoguz and dump her physically in Turkey. Secondly, talking against a Turkish rooted German politician is not racists. Turkey is a nation, not a race. Thirdly, saying that Germany has no culture but the language is actually more insulting. Germany is a deeply cultural country, preserved through cultural heritages one can visit, classical music and paintings from old artists, architecture and the rise to a role model democracy, up to simple things as a hundreds of years old beer brewing art.

"No I don't have to apologize to Ms. Özoguz," Gauland said in the talk show "Hart aber Fair" on public broadcaster ARD on Monday night.

Gauland defended his remark by saying that campaign rhetoric is often harsh and that his co-candidate, Alice Weidel, has been called a form of Nazi sympathizer in satirical shows.

"Compared to that, 'disposal' is a harmless word," he said.

In 2012 Sigmar Gabriel said openly: "It is the goal, to dispose the entire government Merkel", hence an entire government with all its members even! Nobody shouted or opposed that announcement that time.

As the clock reached 18.00 hours, the first results came up; and yes both the CDU and the SPD lost largely. One million voters changed from CDU to AfD, many from the SPD to the AfD that reached roughly 13% of the votes. Even the CDU won, again and sadly, the awakening has begun with this election. The SPD with around 20% were on their lowest result ever, leaving the CDU with no other option to form a government with two other small parties, most likely the FDP and the Greens. It is to see and observe if it will work or fail and lead to new elections. Just like in The Netherlands, where Mark Rutte from the VVD is still in coalition discussions with even three more parties, just to avoid joining with the freedom party PVV.

The AfD came out third largest party, and at last there will be a real opposition on parliament.

One of the first things the AfD has announced to do, is to file a no-confidence vote against chancellor Merkel.

The AfD has gays and lesbians in their party, up front the lesbian Alice Weidel, not really typical for an alleged Nazi party. The party wants the citizens to hold plebiscites and referendums (Volksabstimmung), not something a non-democratic party would stand for. The AfD is not against foreigners, it wants an immigration system like in Australia, where the country can decide on who can come in or not, by needs and qualification; this is just a sign of care for its country and its people.

In their frustration and hate towards, just another democratic party, the lefties didn't shy back to even illegally spread their hate towards the AfD, by not only having AfD members and voters lose their jobs or giving them a hard time there, violently attacking AfD voters and members, but also by building up illegal demonstration spots, like shown as example, personally witnessed in the city of Muenster.

The following pictures were taken by Thomas Fleckner in the city of Muenster, where the illegal demonstration was being held, calling for non-democratic actions:

 

Police is in the background. Roughly 30min after this picture taking they were removed.

The AntiFa is also another leftist organisation that seemingly calls against hate, hate speech and violence; yet they use exact those methods they claim to oppose. Whilst the AfD comes with intelligent speech and arguments, the AntiFa comes with pure narrow mindlessness. It is absurd that these people place the AfD where the tiny parties a NPD, DVU and Die Republikaner are; as those parties are really far right and with a Nazism propaganda and tendency. As that is known, they reach a maximum of 1% of the votes, hence no chance to enter any parliament, even federal. The German people are not stupid, but it seems the main stream likes placing the population into the bag of idiots who don't know what they are doing. By the way, what does kicking someone out of the job have to do with democracy? If a company throws someone out for being gay or black or handicapped, the protest would be loud, rightly. But just because someone sympathises with the AfD, is a voter or a member, is completely out of proportion. The so called defenders of democracy are here showing their real face, and that they are more totalitarian than any other would even think to be.

Europe is slowly waking up, and besides, the problem with the illegal and fake migrants is not the only topic; the expanding Euro that is not affordable, the bankrupted states in the south like Greece, the centralised and undemocratic rule through Brussels are all topics tackled by the rise of the parties who care for their countries, who want sovereignty back and protect their borders.

In the past years parties as the PVV in The Netherlands, the Front National in France, the AfD now in Germany and the Finns Party in Finland and several more, are rising to stand ground, exactly to avoid a new form of totalitarianism, but to protect the national interests for the freedom of the European people, supporting democracy, culture and Human Rights in a patriotic way.

Finally, there was an attack on the AfD to be anti-Semitic, again nonsense.

Letting Islam grow would rather increase this problem, and AfD leader Gauland stated clear:"Anti-Semitism is in our party impossible."

 

By Thomas Fleckner

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UK elections - an analysis

 

Mrs May said: “At this time, more than anything else, this country needs a period of stability."

Further she communicated:

"If, as the indications have shown and if this is correct, the Conservative Party has won the most seats and probably the most votes, then it will be incumbent on us to ensure that we have that period of stability and that is exactly what we will do."

UK has voted for a hung parliament, yet leaving the Conservatives with a lead, but not the needed majority to run the parliament by itself. It will need to for a coalition.

With this outcome, its time to analyse, next to awaiting the outcome of the new government forming.

Labour, and specially Mr Corbyn is bragging with the outcome of the election. We must not forget, even though Labour won a certain percentage, it didn't reach the aimed goal of becoming the new leaders, so the call for Mrs May to step down, trumpeted by the Labour leader, should also stand for him.

Speaking on Friday morning, Jeremy Corbyn said the face of British politics has changed: “Politics has changed. Politics isn’t going back into the box where it was before. What’s happened is people have said they’ve had quite enough of austerity politics.”

Typical leftist stance, as proven throughout, they only know how to spend and spend public money, without real equations on how to earn the amounts spent, punishing and disregarding the private sector, that is keeping the economy up and employing people. Taxes are paid by businesses and employees. Labour even wants to de-privatize the railway; we can imagine how unrealistic unproductive such a step would be. The best running businesses are not in the hands of the state, but run by the private sector!

There are more points of relief that Labour didn't win the race, as Jeremy Corbyn has so many unpleasant characteristics endangering freedom, democracy and the wealth and health of the United Kingdom.

- Supported the IRA:During the 1980s and 1990s, Jeremy Corbyn supported the IRA and opposed the Northern Ireland peace process.

- For the Iranian religious right: Jeremy Corbyn has been paid £20,000 to appear five times on the totalitarian Iranian regime’s propaganda channel, which was banned in the UK for its role in filming the tortured and  forced confession of the Iranian liberal journalist Maziar Bahari. Iranian democracy campaigner Maziar Bahari’s own thoughts on Corbyn, who he describes as ‘a useful idiot’, and goes on to say: "People who present programs for Press TV and get paid for it should be really ashamed of themselves — especially if they call themselves liberals and people who are interested in human rights."

The Iranian regime executes gay people, democracy activists, Kurds, and orders the rape of female prisoners.

- For anti-Semites: Jeremy Corbyn has praised and supported Raed Salah, an Islamist who has been accused of spreading the Blood Libel (an old antisemitic conspiracy that Jews use the blood of gentile children to make their bread). Salah has also been charged with inciting racial hatred and violence, and has claimed the Jews were behind 9/11. Corbyn has said: ‘Salah is a very honoured citizen’, ‘Salah’s is a voice that must be heard’, ‘Salah is far from a dangerous man’, and ‘I look forward to giving you tea on the terrace because you deserve it!’.

Corbyn wrote in defence of a vicar who suggested that 9/11 was an inside job by the Jews.

- More state and higher taxes: High taxes kill enterprise, drive away investment and destroy jobs. That nationalising industries guarantees chaos and nationwide shut downs, would show when Corbyn and the unions puppet-masters reclaim the powers Maggie Thatcher took from Labour.

More here: http://beforeitsnews.com/eu/2017/06/dote-vote-labour-corbyn-will-destroy-britain-2624833.html

The most dangerous move of Labour is its support of Islam within politics. Britain’s Labour party encouraged Muslim voters to “play the system” by voting for Labour and backing its leader, Jeremy Corbyn.

According to the Guido Fawks website, Labour party sent out a text message Thursday in West Midlands county saying: “PASS ON TO ALL OF YOUR CONTACTS! Labour with Jeremy Corbyn is the only choice we have in this election.” Further: “He has opposed wars in the Middle East, had lobbied for the Palestinians and even vowed to recognise Palestine immediately after he is elected.” And “Who else has promised us this? For those of you who do not believe in voting, how are you going to change the system if you don’t play by the system. Other minorities have a greater say in the country than we do even though we are one of the biggest minorities in the UK.”

The message accused the Conservative party of using the terrorist attacks in Manchester and London to target Muslim communities and stir up “Islamophobia.” (again here the invented term Islamophobia)

“They will bring in policies that will negatively impact our youth,” the message continued. “We all need to come together to vote May out.”

Source: (http://dailycaller.com/2017/06/08/uk-labour-party-wants-muslim-voters-to-play-the-system-in-election/)

A Labour MP has said a long-awaited government inquiry into Britain’s sharia courts is ‘Islamophobic’ and should be dropped, proposing the religious legal system should be offered state ‘support’.  More here: http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/11/01/labour-mp-support-sharia-courts-scrap-racist-government-inquiry/

Back to the elections: Main gains have been achieved by a voters shift from the SNP to Labour. Why? Because the SNP was strong when they were rallying for independence from Britain, to remain in the EU after Brexit. This goal has not been reached, and with many overlapping with labour, people may have thought, that a vote for Labour could do more nation wide, rather than sticking with the SNP.

UKIP has also reached its goal after Brexit was achieved, so now we will most likely see the Conservatives collaborate with the DUP. (Link: http://www.bbc.com/news/election-2017-40219030)

"The DUP is socially conservative and enthusiastically pro-Brexit - and could also press for a boost to public spending in Northern Ireland. Party sources said they were in regular contact with the Conservatives." (Source: The Guardian)

Now some people, also from the Conservatives may say, that the DUP is against same sex marriage and abortion. Well that’s maybe not idea; but shouldn’t the present situation set priorities? And those for sure are not the latter, but a pressing urge to solve Brexit and the problems with Islamic terror! (More about the DUP: http://www.bbc.com/news/election-2017-40217141)

People who have no longer voted for the Conservatives, may also be a result of Theresa May’s aim to gain more power and therefore being able to rule stronger . Having this said, again, the Conservatives were not trashed, as they still reached first place, but maybe weakened, to be forced to form a coalition to make democracy work better.

The question will be what role the Liberal Democrats will play in the coalition talks and the forming of a new parliament.

It was the prime minister Theresa May who called for a snap election, but even with this unwanted outcome for her, Mrs May will continue to reflect strength and stability for the UK, but will basically just be forced to agree on certain terms with her coalition partners.

Finally; could Britain be forced to have another general election? If any proposed new government fails to gain a majority of support in the House of Commons, the UK would be forced to have another general election. This would probably be held sometime in August. On six occasions this already happened: In January and December 1910, 1923, 1929, February 1974, and 2010, a general election failed to produce a victory for one single party. On five of these occasions, a minority government was formed. The exception was the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition that took office in 2010.

 

 

By Thomas Fleckner

 

 

Appendix:

 

June 8, 2017, election results news

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/general-election-results-2017-maps-breakdown/

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/09/general-election-results-live-hung-parliament-theresa-mays-disastrous/

 

 

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The German problem with the new “Marriage for all” agreement

 

The German national elections are on the door step, ahead of power hungry Merkels wish to run for a fourth term in the office of a chancellor. She has already forgotten about the fact, that Germany has a parliamentary democracy, not a chancellor democracy, or better and chancellor dictate without voice. Why without voice? Merkel has no personality, no real ideology; the only thing she follows is her lust for power, the will to form a one party like parliament, where it doesn’t matter what party you vote for, as voting for her CDU has already most positions of the Left, Liberals and Greens embraced. Her open border politics is one of the tools to ensure her seat and maybe of the one that will follow her one day. Locals don’t see the danger behind a rise in Islam and religious people are more easy to manipulate than intelligent freethinking ones. Islam means ‘submission’, and that’s what she likes to see most; uncritical and submitting silent people. The new law challenging freedom of speech and expression, fining social media companies for not removing certain posts within 24 hours with 50 million Euro, is one of her censoring steps succeeded. But what is hate speech? What is hate speech for her her government, may be opinion for others. Facebook operates international; so what applies in Germany, may long not apply in Hungary i.e.; a sign that Merkel again wants to control Europe in her interest, rather than only Germany, and worse, as she is neither right, left, liberal or green, most others agree. No opposition; no alternative; she made it that way.

She still knows that she has to win the upcoming election, and she knows that the 'marriage for all' law is on the agenda of the left, the liberals and the greens. As again, as she already has embraced most stances to stay in power, for her to win with the highest possible percentage, she has to suddenly agree on what her opposition wants, and is fighting for on the election agenda. When she called for a open voting in parliament, she was able to comfortably vote against it, as she knew it would find a majority vote anyway. So she didn't lose her face and yet took an important point from the oppositions. So now they have to wipe it from their election agenda as Merkels government made it a law to pass.

The sad thing is, the German people will fall for it and guarantee her win. The danger of Islam, the strength of the EU dictate, the loss of freedom of expression due to social media control of posts. People don't see it. People are made blind by her ‘non confronting’,’all pleasing’,and ‘all-embracing’ tactic. The equal rights achieved for a short present time, will all be reversed and destroyed soon, when the exchange of population and rise of Islam will continue as it is. And this is one of the dangerous sides of the new law, cause we have to ask: What is marriage for all? We have to look decades ahead and realise that this is a door opener for the support of Islam. Marriage for all means on the longer run that support for polygamy, the favourite Muslim marriage formation and even child marriage, something the Green Party supports in parts, and again Islam supports. With all parties Merkels CDU can form a coalition, now even more, and on the other hand, the more irrelevant those parties become. Islamic ‘migrants’ often come with several wives, ad all will have the same right for social welfare support, as the national ‘one wife’ unions; with one important difference, that all those streaming in groups have never paid into the system and most likely will never do.

Merkels liberal face is fake, as it aims for short term satisfaction for a long time goal; and that goal is not democratic, not freedom loving, not secular and not identity and culture preserving!

 

By Thomas Fleckner

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The British have the duty to ensure Labour does not win

 

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the leftist Labour Party UK is one of the top security risks of the country.

A man who has proven throughout his career in politics that he cannot be relied upon to put the interests and the safety of the British people first.

He has repeatedly sided with the enemies of the West. He called terror groups Hamas and Hezbollah his "friends", chose to honour IRA terrorists, and called the death of Osama Bin Laden a "tragedy".

When Jihadi John was killed by a drone strike he did not express relief, yet chose to question the legality of the action.

This is all part of a bigger picture. His response to the beheading in Syria of British aid worker Alan Henning by IS to the recent attack on a pop concert in Manchester ? was to push aside the obvious horror of the terrorists but instead only pin the blame on the actions of the right wing. Further, in the House of Commons he voted countless times against the anti-terror legislation. He has also expressed total reservations about the police's shoot-to-kill policy, a tactic that saved many lives in London on Saturday night.

And then there is Sadiq Khan, a career leftist Muslim within Labour, lifted as head of the capital London, and in awaiting aim to climb the ladder higher. With Labour in power, Britain would witness a high chance of a first time Muslim PM. This man, a wolf in a sheep fur, has already too often leaked his true nature, by holding gender segregated meetings and expressing downplaying statements like terror is a part of the parcel of large cities, and recently saying that the people of London shouldn't "be alarmed". Instead of setting up straight forward measures of fixing the problem, we see him smile and lean back.

In response to the Islamic attack in London, President Trump initially said on Twitter: “We must stop being politically correct and get down to the business of security for our people. If we don't get smart it will only get worse.”

He later slammed the Mayor of London in a tweet: “At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is ‘no reason to be alarmed!’”

Mr Khan warned the US President against interfering in his country’s issues and said: “We aren’t going to allow anybody, whether it’s Donald Trump or anybody else, to divide our communities.” Here the mayor seems to find hard words towards Britain's ally, but towards his fellow Muslims, silence and no saying words surround his being.

But back to the elections. Driven by Marxist ideology and not focusing on national interests, a Corbyn premiership would become a nightmare for UK.

This election is a moment for forward looking patriotic realism, not for outdated socialist indulgence. The existence as a free nation, depends highly on the outcome of the election.

Britain can either move forward with the Conservative Party, restoring democratic sovereignty and maintaining economic solvency, or Britain can slide into a Labour Party world of bankruptcy and chaos, made all worse by continued surrender to Brussels.

Three great challenges form this election.

The first is how the next Government will implement Brexit in accordance with the wishes of the British people.

The second is the unprecedented threat of jihadism, combined with the consequence of open borders.

The third is the need to maintain a successful economy, characterised by global greater competition and advancing technology.

Labour’s reckless, dogmatic approach would be catastrophic. Drifting in their outdated fantasy land of class war and anti-British agitation, Corbyns party has no convincing answers for the problems of this age.

Their recipe would just result in more lending, taxation, immigration and appeasement of Brussels.

Theresa May and the conservative party is willing to take tough decisions for the sake of Britain’s future, whether it be standing up to the EU, curbing state expenditure or confronting Islamic extremism.

After the latest terrorist attack in London, Theresa May rightly said that “enough is enough”, adding that “there has been far too much tolerance of extremism in this country”.

It's up to the British voters to make a wise pick.

 

By Thomas Fleckner

 

Appendix:

The United Kingdom general election of 2017 is scheduled to take place on 8 June 2017. Each of the 650 parliamentary constituencies will elect one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons, the lower house of Parliament.

In line with the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011, an election had not been due until 7 May 2020, but a call for a snap election by Prime Minister Theresa May received the necessary two-thirds majority in a 522 to 13 vote in the House of Commons on 19 April 2017.

The Conservative Party, which has governed since 2015 (and as a senior coalition partner from 2010), is defending a majority of 12 against the Labour Party, the official opposition. The third largest party, the Scottish National Party, won 56 of the 59 Scottish constituencies in 2015. The Liberal Democrats, and the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party, are the fourth and fifth largest parties, with 9 and 8 seats respectively.

Negotiation positions following Britain's invocation of Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union in March 2017 to leave the EU are expected to feature in the election campaign as well as the normal major issues of the economy, education, jobs and the NHS. Opinion polling for the popular vote since the election was called has given May's Conservatives a lead over Labour led by Jeremy Corbyn, although their lead has narrowed significantly over the course of the campaign.

Campaigning was temporarily suspended by all major parties from 23 to 24 May following a bombing in Manchester and was again partially suspended on 4 June due to a terrorist incident in London.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Kingdom_general_election,_2017

 

 

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  Donald Trump Heckled by New York Elite at Charity Dinner   Lets put the topic aside. But secular democracy should be without priests! U.S. presidential campaign tensions seeped into a... Read More...
IMAGE German newscaster Claus Kleber tendentious insult
Sunday, 25 September 2016
  German newscaster Claus Kleber tendentious insult   Dear ZDF News Team   I am referring in this letter to the News of the 21st September 2016 presented by Mr Claus Kleber, calling... Read More...
IMAGE Humanism Betrayed - The BHA exposed
Tuesday, 13 September 2016
  Humanism Betrayed - The BHA exposed   Secularism is a movement towards the separation of religion and government. Religious laws based on scriptures such as Christian doctrines or Sharia... Read More...
IMAGE European Humanism derailed
Sunday, 30 August 2015
      European Humanism derailed - What is Humanism?     “Humanism is a philosophical and ethical stance that emphasizes the value and agency of human beings, individually... Read More...
IMAGE Why Humanism is not a left wing exclusiveness
Saturday, 22 April 2017
  Why Humanism is not a left wing exclusiveness   Humanism is an outlook or system of thought attaching prime importance to human rather than divine or supernatural matters. Humanists stress the... Read More...
IMAGE Do-Gooders are not good doers - The downfall of Humanism
Saturday, 22 April 2017
  Do-Gooders are not good doers - The downfall of Humanism     An alien space ship crashes in the Arctic, and a group of army pilots fly to check it out. Inside the space ship they find wounded... Read More...
IMAGE ARose askes for help .... Please read! Please share!
Monday, 28 November 2016
  Slow Dance This is a poem written by a teenager with cancer. She wants to see how many people get her poem. It is quite a poem, please pass it on. This poem was written by a terminally ill... Read More...
IMAGE Europäischer Humanismus entgleist
Sunday, 27 September 2015
  Europäischer Humanismus entgleist     Was ist Humanismus? Humanismus ist eine philosophische und ethische Haltung, die den Wert und die Wirkung des Menschen  in den Vordergrund... Read More...
IMAGE Unboxing Humanism
Monday, 01 July 2013
    The dwellers within the eclipsed peninsula of Scandinavia are unsung evidences that one can be morally principled without religion so long as you have empathy, ethics, and conscience as... Read More...
IMAGE A Special Occasion for the Atheists of Metro Manila
Monday, 08 May 2017
  A Special Occasion for the Atheists of Metro Manila   In a country where its society is influenced by the Catholic religion, a meet-up which is being attended by non-believers is quite rare and... Read More...
IMAGE FEAR.
Friday, 14 August 2015
  “A man either lives life as it happens to him, meets it head-on and licks it,    or he turns his back on it and starts to wither away.”... Read More...
IMAGE The irony of the religious LGBTs
Tuesday, 13 May 2014
  They even agree with the anti LGentimeBT snts of the Catholic priests who declaim their biases on their pulpits. The Catholic leaders indeed have an evident and obvious repulsion against LGBTs... Read More...
IMAGE Atheists and Humanists should act as role models
Saturday, 01 June 2013
    Only certain countries are lucky and privileged to be secular, and situated with an Atheist or at least not religious dominant influenced society. But be it so, many countries are... Read More...
IMAGE When the belief is satisfied, reality is left behind Pets and Atheism –
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
    Followers of religions believe in life after death, well, not all of them to be fair. This gives them an imaginary eternity, a feeling of perpetual comfort and salvation from the... Read More...
IMAGE Indonesia: Another case of religion poisons everything
Saturday, 20 May 2017
  Indonesia: Another case of religion poisons everything   On May 17 2017, we could read that a Sharia court in Indonesia’s Aceh province had sentenced two men for having gay sex. The court... Read More...
IMAGE The LGBT Quest for Equality Continues
Monday, 20 June 2016
  The LGBT Quest for Equality Continues     It has already been a week since the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history took place in Orlando Florida in 12 June 2016, where... Read More...
IMAGE The right to raise children
Wednesday, 24 July 2013
  In many constitutions it is clearly stated that men and women are equal, thus should be treated equally, have the same rights and opportunities. In our world the standard for families is... Read More...
IMAGE Looking back at the 2013 IDAHO day
Friday, 24 May 2013
  Last May 17, different LGBT groups in Metro Manila celebrated the IDAHO Day in the Cubao Expo.  IDAHO stands for International Day Against Homophobia and is celebrated annually to... Read More...
IMAGE The timeline and natural fact of LGBT's
Monday, 20 May 2013
  Homosexuality as a used word in ancient times and the expression of sexuality is not straight forward, but has to be interpreted out of evidential writings, concluding from the way of writing... Read More...
IMAGE Walmart removed Israel costume from its assortment
Friday, 30 October 2015
  Ahead of the American Halloween, retail giant Walmart had to react to the growing criticism from Muslim and ethnic Arab US citizens, due to its offer of an IDF costume. The IDF is the Israel... Read More...
IMAGE Bizarre Texas law finding - Dildo attack!
Friday, 16 October 2015
  Questionable gun laws have always existed in Texas. But the law, which was passed and was enforced on August 1, 2016, is even going too far for many Texas weapons friends. (Read the law... Read More...
IMAGE Mike the headless chicken
Friday, 15 March 2013
  Browsing the internet is the fastest way of coming round the world nowadays, getting the latest information’s and sometimes the most curious   Read More...
IMAGE The muslim terror doll
Sunday, 17 February 2013
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IMAGE The bike in the tree
Thursday, 03 January 2013
  Nothing supernatural happened when the mother named Helen Puz, 99 years old, of son Don read in the neawspaper, that in Vashion Island, Washington   Read More...
IMAGE The Economist - A one sided claim
Sunday, 25 December 2016
  The Economist - A one sided claim   In the 23rd issue of the Economist, dated December 17, one article strikes the eye; its called "Creating a digital totalitarian state". It starts... Read More...
IMAGE Win an amazon gift code - Great chance!
Thursday, 19 November 2015
    Sweeten your season with a chance to win purchase balance for amazon     This is a great opportunity to win an amazon gift card / code. Don't miss this, so that you can buy... Read More...
IMAGE ALFA - A new party, a new hope?
Tuesday, 08 September 2015
    ALFA - A new party, a new hope?   Since July 19 2015 Germany has a new party. Split off from the AfD (Alternative for Germany) the new ALFA Party (Alliance for Process and Renewal)... Read More...
IMAGE Google Glass - See the future is here
Thursday, 01 August 2013
  Google Glass (styled "GLΛSS") is a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display (OHMD) that is being developed by Google in the Project Glass research and development project, with... Read More...
IMAGE Ayala Museum
Tuesday, 15 January 2013
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IMAGE Nudging - The 'other' way of mass manipulation
Wednesday, 25 January 2017
  Nudging - The 'other' way of mass manipulation   "Nudge or nudging is a concept in behavioural science, political theory and economics which argues that positive reinforcement and... Read More...
IMAGE The Original 25th of December Celebrations
Tuesday, 20 December 2016
  The Original 25th of December Celebrations   Before the onset of the New Year, people around the world would annually celebrate a festivity called Christmas.  And those folks... Read More...
IMAGE The human psychology on ones position - Radicalism
Saturday, 19 November 2016
  The human psychology on ones position - Radicalism   Radicalism is a result of oppression, suppression or isolation. It is the call for attention in regards to something... Read More...
IMAGE The Abuse of “Conditioning” By Religion
Sunday, 18 September 2016
  The Abuse of “Conditioning” By Religion   Religion is in our face every day even if we have made it out of the hands of those who abuse the minds, the religious conditioning is still... Read More...
IMAGE Pascal’s Wager: Is it Your Best Bet?
Thursday, 15 August 2013
  The Wager.   “What if you’re wrong?” It’s a common question theists ask to non-believers.  What if you’re wrong and god exists and sends you to hell for your non belief?... Read More...

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