This week marks the 53rd anniversary of the Abortion Act coming into effect in 1968 – 6 months after it received Royal Assent.
Christians in France are warning a bill passed in the Senate could see religious freedom restricted in the country.
Commonly referred to as the "Anti-separatism law", the legislation was proposed by President Emmanuel Macron last year following a terrorist attack in Paris.
The exposure of Planned Parenthood's revolting trade in the broken bodies of aborted babies was one of the finest pieces of amateur investigative journalism ever undertaken. The abort-for-profit's top leadership - medical directors, national program directors, even its Senior Director of Medical Services – were caught on camera callously negotiating the harvesting and sale of the body parts of murdered infants.
David Daleiden entered the dark underbelly of the abortion industry. His undercover camera recorded everything he heard as he sat across the table from abortionists haggling over the price of baby body parts. "I want a Lamborghini," said one of the shamelessly greedy ghouls.
Chinon Castle in France’s Vienne River Valley is an important place at several stages in French history. A fortified pile of some sort has existed on this plateau overlooking the river ever since the Romans wandered through (and back when “all Gaul was divided into three parts”). In the fourth century, it was a monastery, but it was expanded into an extensively fortified castle.
Derek Chauvin may well have been guilty of manslaughter. He might even - if we could really see inside his head - be guilty of murder. But at present, despite his conviction, we do not know. That's because he did not receive a fair trial. Derek Chauvin was the victim of a judicial system LYNCHING!
Vincent Jordy, recently named archbishop of Tours in the center of France, has been forced to publish a statement after declarations by a local Muslim leader revealed that the Catholic diocese has given funds for the construction of a large mosque, and that these funds can be said to have been financed by the “denier du culte”: parish contributions given by Catholics in the diocese for its upkeep and operating costs.
Yesterday's anti-lockdown rally in London was so huge that even the liberal controlled media have had to give it a bit of grudging coverage to avoid looking completely ridiculous and dishonest.
An idea of the scale of the protest can be had by skimming through this Sputnik live feed of the rally against the implementation of vaccine passports as well as in opposition to what they call "coerced vaccinations".
Many tens of thousands of people took to the streets. It's great to see that the English are now willing to defy the Great Reset regulations in pursuit of something much more important than football - freedom!
#StGeorgesDay Special, and Pastor Dowson and Nick Griffin discuss the twisted ethno-religious thread linking the #ArmenianGenocide, yesterday's riots in Jerusalem and ethnocidal adverts on TV. Just who is responsible - and why? No punches pulled truth.
This powerful video opens with a brief presentation of progress on our Irish Chapter House project. Because we don't just deal in ideas and knowledge, this Order is a real-life, bricks-and-mortar operation too.
This is just one of our daily Templar Reports; if you're not already a fan, it gives a good introduction to the thinking and activities of today's only true-to-the-original Templars. Take a look, and thanks for all shares.