Many people claim to be Christian yet do some very anti-Christian things. In North America, we have politicians who go to church on Sunday and then enact unbiblical policies Monday. The United States president is an example of this hypocritical confusion by saying he is a devout Catholic and then speaking and acting in favour of abortion.
While Matt Meyer, the president of the Berkeley Federation of Teachers, led the charge opposing teachers returning to in-person classes in California, he was caught dropping off his child at a private (not public) in-person preschool.
With one of the world’s most successful vaccination programs, Britain is on the verge of ending its lockdowns that were among the most restrictive in the western world. But recent access to information request revealed that with its lockdown soon to end, the government wants to extend its law banning protests. Some are calling it a blatant attack on freedom of speech. Breitbart explains: The British government is reportedly seeking to extend powers granted to police to crack down on protests even after lockdown restrictions are lifted, raising concerns about the state of freedom of speech in the country. A freedom of information request has revealed that Home Secretary Priti Patel wrote to the HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS), questioning how the government could continue to limit protests. In the September letter, reported by The Observer on Sunday, Patel said that while protesting is “a cornerstone of our democracy”, she inquired as to how the Home Office could prevent protests from impacting upon “the rights of others to go about their …
The medical license of a Brazilian pro-life doctor, Dr. Leandro Rodriguez Lastra, has been reinstated after he was suspended for not performing a late-term abortion.
As people’s lives are being destroyed because of collapsing economies due to the lockdowns, the World Economic Forum (WEF) run by elitist corporate executives and politicians recently gloated about people’s poverty by praising how quiet the world’s cities have become because people are not going to work.
If you are like me, I hate wearing facemasks because my glasses are always fogging up. But recently a new study has suggested that people who wear glasses are two to three time less likely to catch COVID. Study Finds explains: UTTAR PRADESH, India — Wearing glasses with a face mask can definitely be a chore for some people. Fogged up spectacles are a constant inconvenience for many who have to go outdoors during the coronavirus pandemic. Despite those issues, a new report has some good news for glasses wearers — they’re much less likely to contract COVID-19. Ophthalmologist Amit Kumar Saxena of India finds people regularly wearing eyeglasses are up to three times less likely to catch the illness. There is plenty of research showing that the SARSCoV-2 virus travels from person to person through infectious particles. These typically spread through coughs, sneezes, and even talking as aerosols fly out of the mouth and into someone’s nose. What many tend to forget is the virus can also enter the body through the membrane which covers …
We were driving today, and we went further than we usually do. We drove out of the city to a suburban place, for our shopping. That travel is permitted, under our COVID restrictions, the change of scenery was nice, and I like to get away from the busy places where infection rates might be higher. It was all good, until I saw a huge crowd of people, on a street that is usually quiet. We drove closer, and we saw people waving signs, to protest something. It was a surprise. When we got close, we could see that no one in the protest rally was wearing a mask, or doing anything to prevent Covid infections. There was no social distancing in that crowd. A large crowd of people were protesting something at a suburban courthouse. I didn’t have to ask what was happening. A pastor named James Coates is in jail because churches are restricted, for COVID safety. READ: Despite pastor behind bars, members of GraceLife Church near Edmonton continue to defy COVID-19 rules My …
CBN recently had an article written by Janet Brown who worked as an administrator at an abortion clinic in the USA. Definitely worth a full read.
In Britain so many people are coming forward claiming that the deaths of family members were falsely labelled as COVID, that politicians and top medical experts are now demanding an inquiry to get to the root of the problem.
People are mocking Wenatchee High School in Washington State, USA, after it had members of its band play their musical instrument inside green tents during practice.