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First They Came...by Pastor Martin Niemoller

First They Came

Pastor Martin Niemoller

First they came for the Communists

And I did not speak out

Because I was not a Communist

Then they came for the Socialists… 67 more words

chuck duboff reblogged this on Chuck's Eclectic Blog. and commented:

© Chuck Duboff:      I am asked why I keep talking, writing about issues like racism, tolerance, human rights...when racism ends, when human rights for all is not questioned, when tolerance is our way of life...then I will stop...until then...ask yourself why, in 2016, racism still permeates society.

Crisis In The Congo 

Watch and permit the emotions to spawn action.

Human value is not determined by one’s geographical location, financial accruement, skin color, or any other insignificant determining factors. 37 more words


Russian Govt Seeks To Criminalise Jehovah’s Witnesses Using Anti-Extremism Law - Attempt Backed By Russian Orthodox Church

The Russian government is attempting to a criminalise Jehovah’s Witnesses by using anti-extremism laws. The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office is attempting to have Jehovah’s Witnesses declared as extremists. 301 more words

International News

Netanyahu: The U.N. Is a Global ‘Moral Farce’

Washington Free Beacon, by Jack Heretic, Sept.22, 2016:

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu castigated the United Nations on Thursday in a speech to the U.N. General Assembly, calling the organization a “moral farce.” 337 more words


France: Human Rights vs. The People

Gatestone Institute, by Yves Mamou, September 22, 2016:

  • French politicians seem to believe they are elected NOT to defend French people and the French nation, but to impose a “human rights ideology” on society.
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Civilization Jihad

Tolerance: the foundation of a healthy society...by Chuck Duboff

© Chuck Duboff

Tolerance is defined  as:  a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward those whose opinions, beliefs, practices, racial or ethnic origins, etc., differ from one’s own; freedom from bigotry. 213 more words

Human Rights

A better debate on surveillance?

Back in 2015, Andrew Parker, the head of MI5, called for a ‘mature debate’ on surveillance – in advance of the Investigatory Powers Bill, the surveillance law which has now almost finished making its way through parliament, and will almost certainly become law in a few months time. 756 more words