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Christians confusing meekness with weakness October 19, 2007

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As a follow-up to the Ann Coulter vs. Donny Deutsch episode read what Tristan Emmanuel has to say. Isn’t what Ann Coulter doing exactly what Christians should be doing or have been doing for 2000 years?? Read on..

This week was a particularly bad week for Christianity in North America. The pantywaist pushovers were out in droves, issuing apologies for stuff they had no business apologizing for and generally retreating from the culture war. The first example of gutlessness came from the Roman Catholic archbishop of San Francisco. Last Sunday, Archbishop George Niederauer was celebrating mass at the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer. Communicant members were lining up to participate. In walked two guys dressed in nun’s habits. Turns out they were members of the militant group “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” – a gay activist group…

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John Ibbotson Villifies Christian at an Energy Conference? June 6, 2007

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I had recently attended an Energy conference supported by the Ontario Electricity Distributors Association in Niagara on the Lake yesterday। I attended the event with my business partner to network, and meet and greet the leaders of the Electricity Market. I learned that John Ibbitson was going to speak on Creating Stability in Regulated Industry। John Ibbotson is a popular columnist for the Globe and Mail and I must admit that I am not a big fan of John Ibbitson for his politics and the simple reason that he continues to target Christians involved in politics as bigots, racists and homophobes any chance he gets. So I thought to myself, how can he possibly target Christians at this event after all Christians believe that we are to be stewards of the earth we live in.

I was pleasantly surprised by his thoughts. He presented many good ideas about how the US and Canada will work together through the Security, Prosperity and Partnership agreement and how regulatory requirements will more than likey harmonize in wake of this agreement. He discussed emissions trading in North America and brought to our attention how companies are investing in climate change both out of fear and greed. But somehow he ended off his speech vilifying Christians and that he is happy that there will be a shift in Christian Fundamentalism in the US. Christians care less about Gay Marriage and abortion and more about poverty and Global Warming. He had also stated that the passing of Jerry Falwell is probably a good thing and America can move along and stop being bigotted, homophobic and in tune with the real issues of the day.

No matter what the topics, liberals always find a way to vilify or marginalize Christians and the religous right. I know for certain that we have a soverign Lord that has dominion over all the heavens and the earth. So this message is for John Ibbitson, Christian beliefs are not a passing trend. Christian truth has weathered all cultural storms including the most vicious attacks from Nero in Rome, to Hitler & Stalin in Europe to todays hatred of the Christian truth by the elite liberal media, and governments. I know for certain that the Culture wars are just getting started.

Christopher Hitchens author of "God is not Great" takes on Sean Hannity regarding the late Jerry Falwell May 30, 2007

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I am astounded at the hatred towards Christians that Christopher Hitchens sites in this interview with Sean Hannity. The following interview discusses the life of the late Reverend Jerry Falwell – one of the most important leaders in the 20th century to mould the religious right in America. Christopher Hitchens shows no respect and dignity towards Falwells life and sites him as being a bigot a religious rip off artist, and a dangerous demagogue who committed treason against the USA. I love how Sean Hannity calls Hitchens on being a “Jack Ass”.

Canada Tax dollars used to offend Catholics May 22, 2007

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Well, our tax paying dollars are hard at work again, this time they are being used to call a Catholic mass as a background for drug and gang-related activities. I find it interesting that the CBC would not consult a Catholic priest or Christian Pastor before airing this show, like they did with little mosque on the prairie.

Please read Life Site news article below for the full story.

CBC TV Offends Catholics with Show Mocking Sacraments in “The Altar Boy Gang”

By Gudrun Schultz
TORONTO, Canada, May 16, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is coming under fire for a new show that depicts the Catholic Mass as a background for drug and gang-related activities, in what the Catholic Civil Rights League has called blasphemy of the sacred rituals of Catholicism.

Titled The Altar Boy Gang, the show features a group of Montreal altar servers who use their role in the parish to cover up their involvement in the drug trade. Two 30-minute pilot episodes of the show were aired at nine p.m. on Friday.

CBC’s program description at CBC.ca says the show is about “Teenage boys who use their “vocation” as altar boys to be bad.”

The Communion host is shown as “munchable snack food, possible poker chips and a repository for drops of LSD,” the CCRL stated in press release May 15. “Drug-laced hosts are left in the confessional for pick-up.”

“The Holy Eucharist and the Sacrament of Reconciliation are sacraments of the Catholic Church, held sacred to Catholics throughout the world and respected in the spirit of religious freedom by almost all Canadians. It would appear, however, that those employed in the creation of this program do not share this sentiment,” the CCRL stated in a press release May 15.

Filmed in Toronto, the show was produced by Sienna Films Productions IX Inc. with a $595,892 funding contribution by the Canadian Television Fund, according to the CTF website. The League pointed out that the CBC is funded by Canadian taxpayers, nearly half of whom are Catholic.

Director Kelly Makin also directed 11 episodes of the homosexual-lifestyle comedy Queer as Folk. Canadian comedian Andy Jones is featured as the parish priest–Jones quit the comedy troupe CODCO in protest after CBC refused to air an episode about sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests in Newfoundland.

The League intends to lodge a formal complaint today with the CBC over the program, the Ottawa Citizen reported earlier today.

CBC spokesman Jeff Keay told the Ottawa Citizen yesterday that while The Altar Boy Gang will not become a regular CBC series, he did not agree that the plot of the pilot shows went too far.

“Part of trying to produce compelling programming is to not be afraid of images that someone could find disturbing and I think this, while some people could have found it offensive, it falls within the realm of reasonable,” Mr. Keay said. “We certainly intend no disrespect of the Catholic Church or any other religious organization.”

Joanne McGarry, executive director of the CCRL, questioned the CBC’s commitment to respecting the religious sensitivities of Catholics in the decision to air the program.
“Within the past year, the CBC hired an independent Muslim Canadian consultant to ensure that religious sensitivities were respected in its program “Little Mosque on the Prairie”. It will be interesting to determine if opportunities were made available to observant Catholics to preview ‘The Altar Boy Gang’. If yes, upon whom did they rely? If not, why the double standard?” McGarry said.

“With this program, the CBC has moved into the area of blasphemy of sacred rituals. Can we expect similar treatment for other religious groups? Catholics should not have to pay for shows where their most sacred rituals and images are considered a starting point for dramatic license.”

To express concerns:

To the Canadian Television Fund:
50 Wellington Street East
4th Floor
Toronto, Ontario
M5E 1C8

Phone: (416) 214 4400
Toll Free: 1 877 975 0766
Fax: (416) 214 4420
ctf@canadiantelevisionfund.ca

To the CRTC click here:
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/RapidsCCM/Register.asp?lang=E

To the CBC:

Toll-free phone (Canada only): 1-866-306-4636

Audience Relations,
CBC, P.O. Box 500 Station A,
Toronto, ON, Canada,
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Web form:
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Reclassify the Bible as indecent because of the sex and violence in it May 18, 2007

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To what lengths will the looney left go to to paint the Bible as an indecent book. Have a read..More than 800 Hong Kong residents have called on authorities to reclassify the Bible as “indecent” due to its sexual and violent content, following an uproar over a sex column in a university student journal.



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Christians are Facists and Bigots in Sanfransisco November 30, 2006

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This is an Interview with Bill O’reilly with Ron Luce founder of “Battlecry America” and Sunsara Taylor. Are our Judeo Christian foundations truly facist?

Glenn Beck – Is Christianity Offensive? November 30, 2006

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Glenn Beck has it right on here. Political correctness is going to crush our children.

Vocations where Christians are persecuted November 30, 2006

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November 29, 2006
Excluding Christians

According to Canadian court rulings, if you are a Christian you cannot work in one of the following professions without compromising your beliefs.

You cannot be:

A Policeman: David Packer was fired from the Toronto police force because he respectfully asked another assignment, in place of guarding an abortion clinic.

A Teacher: British Columbia Chris Kempling lost his job for writing letters to the Editor, in his own time, explaining how homosexuals can be helped to change their orientation.

A University professor: David Mullan was fined by Cape Breton University, Nova Scotia, for expressing his views on homosexual behaviour.

A Pharmacist: British Columbia Premier Ujjal Dosanjh threatened “government action” to ensure pharmacists will dispense abortifacient morning-after pills without a doctors prescription.

A Nurse: Bill Whatcott was fired as a nurse in Saskatchewan and later fined by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission for his Christian activism while in his own time.

A Printer: In Toronto Scott Brokie was summoned by the OHRC and lost his court case in front of the Ontario Court of Appeals, for refusing to print propaganda material for a homosexual activist group.

A Landlord: The Knights of Columbus in British Columbia was forced to Pay Damages to Lesbians for Refusing to Rent Hall for “Wedding” Reception.

An Innkeeper: A Prince Edward Island Christian couple, Dagmar and Arnost Cepica, closed down their Bed & Breakfast business to keep from being forced to accept homosexual couples.
A Civic Official, Marriage Commissioner or Justice of the peace: Manitoba ordered Kevin Kisilowsky to conduct marriage ceremonies for same-sex couples or hand in his licence.
A Mayor: Fredericton mayor Brad Woodside was brought before the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission for refusing to proclaim Gay Pride Week. In two similar cases in Ontario, mayors Dianne Haskett of London and Bob Morrow of Hamilton were found guilty of “discrimination” and forced to pay large fines by the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC), in spite of their religious objections to making Gay Pride Week proclamations.
A Pastor: Reverend Stephen Boissoin was summoned by the Alberta HRT for writing letters on the issue of homosexuality. This case is still pending.

When will they strike at your profession?

What to do?

The solution is to support a political party that will defend our fundamental freedoms and will promote judicial reform (while political parties still enjoy freedom of speech in this country).

Giuseppe Gori – Family Action Coalition Party

The Dirty Lies of Politicians November 29, 2006

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See below a series of emails about the Dr McVety & Garth Turner incident. Garth doesn’t care about his constituents, but rather getting the media spotlight. I’m getting rather tired of it all.


NEWS RELEASE
Nov27, 2006

Dr Charles McVety said Garth Turner “fabricated” the “quote” for CP story.Canada Family Action Coalition president and Senior Director of Defend Marriage Coalition, Dr. Charles McVety is calling a quote attributed to him by MP Garth Turner “a figment of his imagination.” The alleged statement, reported in a Canadian Press story November 26, was supposed to have been made during a televised debate between McVety and Turner. ( Host of the TV show Michael Coren says he has no recollection of that statement being made either.) According to the CP story, Turner related that McVety looked at him and said “You know what? I can pick up the phone and call Harper and I can get him in two minutes. It’s going to take you a month.” http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20061126.wgarth1126/BNStory/National/home “I never made this statement” said McVety. “It’s a complete fabrication by Mr. Turner from start to finish. It’s really quite sad.”
McVety also expressed surprise that a respected journalist and news service would see fit to publish quotes attributed to him without verifying their authenticity. “I’ve been interviewed by John Ward before as well as many of his colleagues at Canadian Press so they must have my cell phone number somewhere,” said McVety. “It is unprofessional for a journalist to not have interviewed me before reporting Mr. Turner’s yarn as fact. It seems a bit incautious.”
Dr Charles McVety
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—– Original Message —–
From: Michael Coren
To: Robert A. Jason
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2006 6:19 PM
Subject: Re: Garth Turner “fabricated” Quote for CP story
Dear Robert,

This alleged incident was supposed to have taken pace on my television show. I can assure you that I have no memory of it at all. The CP reporter called me today and told me that Garth is now claiming that it took place during a commercial break and is thus not on the tape of the actual show. Interesting. Again, I have no memory of this whatsoever and if it had been said I would have been all over it as soon as the show came back on air. In other words, as far as I am concerned it never happened.

Use this letter as you will and feel free to distribute it to whomever you like.

Michael.

Rosie O’Donnel – Comments on Radical Christianity November 24, 2006

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Hear and see for yourself what Rosie O’Donnel actually said on Radical Christianity! Can you believe that she equates Radical Islam and Christianity?