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SPECIAL REPORT ON BRUSSELS ATTACK!
LIVE Saturday (3/26) 8 AM EST!!!
Much of the world was horrified this week when Islamic terrorists struck at the heart of the Belgian capital. But it is difficult to react to any Islamic terrorist attack with surprise anymore – the policies of the United States and Europe have encouraged and enabled the enemy.This week we will discuss the latest attacks, and analyze the ramifications for European and American counterterrorism efforts and politics.
Topics of Discussion:
- Brussels: What happened? How?
- How did the Belgian authorities respond? Why were they so unprepared?
- How might this alter the approach to counterterrorism in Europe’s future?
- How will this affect upcoming European and U.S. elections?
& more . . .
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By: Chris Knowles
I’ve just read an article in The Independent entitled “Overwhelming number of school leaders ‘opposed to Government’s new academies policy’“. What this and most articles on this subject ignore is the incontrovertible though much denied fact that education is a political football.
The reason for the move to academies is purely political, just as setting up the old comprehensive system was political. The existing system was set up to empower Labour Party ideology. The new proposals are put forward to benefit Conservative Party ideology. Politicians always want to shape the minds of the next generation because doing so gives them the power to control the future agenda.
The Labour Party have effectively controlled education for decades and have dumbed it down by subjecting it to tis own unrigorous world view. This worldview is based on an idealism that often ignores and sometimes actively resists reality
From: Chris Knowles
I just responded to an article in The Spectator by Theodore Dalrymple. The article was a bit of an excuse making exercise for the current migration crisis. The title of the article is “Why Britain (and Europe) depends on migrants: It’s not about economics. It’s about our snobbish, slobbish culture”
Don’t get me wrong, I am not opposed to sensible levels of immigration or for providing a safe haven for those fleeing persecution. The problem I have is with poor planning by our so-called leaders.
Matt with whom I agreed, and to whom I replied likened the argument for the current epic scale of immigration as a giant Ponzi scheme.
By: T F Stern | T F Stern’s Rantings
I’d purchased chocolate bunnies to go along with the Easter Eggs that my grandchildren colored in the front yard; but that has little if anything to do with the spiritual importance of Easter.
Merriam Webster’s dictionary defines Condescension:
1. voluntary descent from one’s rank or dignity in relations with an inferior
2. patronizing attitude or behavior
Most often when you hear the word Condescension it holds a negative meaning. Someone feels they are above your station in life talks to you in a way intended to remind you that they are above you in stature. Immediately the hair on your back bristles; you recognize the offensive attitude being presented, similar to how We The People react to those we’ve elected as they develop their self appointed elitist state of mind, a station above the lowly peasants.