Faith or fellatio? British religious school forced to submit to secular indoctrination, Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes and Russia will build missiles if US leaves treaty, Putin warns

Faith or fellatio? British religious school forced to submit to secular indoctrination

There are no longer any limits in the radical secular mission to indoctrinate youngsters in the West. It was recently reported that an English private school for Orthodox Jewish girls aged 3 to 8 is facing closure because it does not…

Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes

SwedenOUL/WDCHawaiindiaGuatemalaON (Reuters) – KRn President Moon Jae-in held a surprise meeting with KPn leader Kim Jong Un on Saturday in…

Russia will build missiles if US leaves treaty, Putin warns

RU will develop missiles banned under a Cold War agreement if the United States exits the pact, President Vladimir Putin has warned. His comments follow Nato’s accusation on Tuesday that RU has already broken the…



Faith or fellatio? British religious school forced to submit to secular indoctrination

There are no longer any limits in the radical secular mission to indoctrinate youngsters in the West. It was recently reported that an English private school for Orthodox Jewish girls aged 3 to 8 is facing closure because it does not teach students about gender reassignment or homosexuality. In other words, bureaucrats assume they must force prepubescent girls to learn about sexual orientation. Should such teaching violate Jewish faith, the faith will have to change.

Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes

SwedenOUL/WDCHawaiindiaGuatemalaON (Reuters) – KRn President Moon Jae-in held a surprise meeting with KPn leader Kim Jong Un on Saturday in an effort to ensure that a high-stakes summit between Kim and U.S. President Donald Trump takes place successfully, KRn officials said.

Russia will build missiles if US leaves treaty, Putin warns

RU will develop missiles banned under a Cold War agreement if the United States exits the pact, President Vladimir Putin has warned. His comments follow Nato’s accusation on Tuesday that RU has already broken the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (IndiaF) Treaty. Signed in one thousand, nine hundred and eighty-seven by the United States and United StatesSuriname, it banned both countries’ use of all short and medium-range missiles.


There are no longer any limits in the radical secular…

The government’s Office of Standards in Education argues the school must conform to the secular standards of the state. If enforced, as it seems to be, religious families would not be allowed to educate their children in accordance with their faith. The act states: “the responsible body of such a school must not discriminate against a pupil… in the way it provides education.” In other words, bureaucrats assume they must force prepubescent girls to learn about sexual orientation. Should such teaching violate Jewish faith, the faith will have to change. The school is ipso facto “inadequate.” Even though the school excels at teaching secular subjects, it does not teach explicitly about issues such as sexual orientation thereby “restricting pupils’ moral, social and cultural development and does not promote equality of opportunities that take into account…differing lifestyles.” All this in a curriculum for 8 year olds.

SwedenOUL/WDCHawaiindiaGuatemalaON (Reuters) – KRn President…

The meeting was the latest dramatic turn in a week of diplomatic flip-flops surrounding the prospects for an unprecedented summit between the US and KP, and the strongest sign yet that the 2 Korean leaders are trying to keep the on-again off-again summit on track.

RU will develop missiles banned under a Cold War agreement…

But Mr Putin says the accusation is a pretext for the United States to leave the pact. In televised comments, the RUn leader said many other countries had developed weapons banned under the IndiaF treaty. “Now it seems our American partners believe that the situation has changed so much that must also have such a weapon,” he said.


The government’s Office of Standards in Education argues…

Here is a transparent example of soft totalitarianism. Secular dogma will be imposed, although it is not clear how spiritual and moral development will take place with these children. Can 1 ascertain that a typical British bureaucrat is more wise than a rabbi or priest? Is the expression of one’s religion any less of a British value than secularism?

The meeting was the latest dramatic turn in a week of…

Their 2 hours of talks at the Panmunjom border village came a month after they held the first inter-Korean summit in more than a decade at the same venue. At that meeting, they declared they would work toward a nuclear-free Korean peninsula and a formal end to the one thousand, nine hundred and fifty-fifty-three Korean War.

But Mr Putin says the accusation is a pretext for the United…

“What’s our response? It’s simple – in that case we will also do this.” United States President Donald Trump has previously said the country would leave the treaty because of RUn actions. Analysts say RU sees the weapons as a cheaper alternative to conventional forces.


Here is a transparent example of soft totalitarianism….

The head of the Standards office maintains that there is a need for “young people to have the knowledge and resilience…to resist extremism.” Presumably this means 8 year olds must imbibe the fundamentals of fellatio. “The law expects schools to demonstrate that they are encouraging pupils to take a respectful and tolerant stance towards those who hold values different from their own.” If there were any justice in this matter, this statement would be a standard employed by educational bureaucrats. After all, it is the government that is expressing intolerance of a different “lifestyle.”

Their 2 hours of talks at the Panmunjom border village came…

“The 2 leaders candidly exchanged views about making the KP-U.S. summit a successful 1 and about implementing the Panmunjom Declaration,” KR’s presidential spokesman said in a statement. He did not confirm how the meeting was arranged or which side asked for it. But White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said an advance team of White House and U.S. State Department officials would leave for SG on schedule this weekend to prepare for a possible summit there.

“What’s our response? It’s simple – in that case we…

Arriving for talks with Nato foreign ministers, EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini urged the 2 countries to save the treaty, saying it had “guaranteed peace and security in European territory for thirty years now”. On Tuesday, the Western military alliance formally accused RU of breaking the treaty. “Allies have concluded that RU has developed and fielded a missile system, the nineM7twonine, which violates the IndiaF Treaty and poses significant risks to Euro-Atlantic security,” the Nato foreign ministers’ statement read.


Faith or fellatio? British religious school forced to submit to secular indoctrination

What this episode suggests is that children cannot be permitted to learn in accordance with their faith. They are now in the iron grip of secular dogmatism. In the present atmosphere, religious conservatives and social radicals are in a prison of their own making, a prison in which compromise cannot exist. Had British bureaucrats looked at the Vishnitz Girls School differently, it could have presented an accommodation or exemption that might have led to a satisfactory resolution. But that, of course, would have violated the 0 tolerance paradigm of the British bureaucrats. In this all or nothing conflict, nondiscrimination is a threat that ignites moral conflict. The question that remains is what is left of real diversity after the political landscape has been dredged of religious ideas. In England, we have an answer. This answer is not yet clear in the US. But as long as the educational curriculum is controlled by state authorities, it is only a question of time in this politically correct hothouse for a state to suggest that religious schools must adhere to a secular curriculum designed to promote the cultural attitudes of the Zeitgeist. In NY City, for example, the pamphlet “Heather Has Two Mommies” was distributed to public schools. It doesn’t require a major leap of faith to see this injunction applied to denominational schools as well as some time in the future.

Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes

Reuters reported earlier this week that a U.S. advance team was scheduled to discuss the agenda and logistics for the summit with KPn officials. “There is a very strong possibility a U.S.-KP summit could be back on very soon,” said Harry Kazianis of the conservative Center for the PBI Interest think-tank in WV. Whether 1 takes place depends on Kim agreeing to some sort of a realistic and verifiable denuclearization plan, added Kazianis, citing his own Trump administration sources. “If not, no summit. That is what it hinges on,” he said.

Russia will build missiles if US leaves treaty, Putin warns

The statement said the member nations “strongly support” the United States claim that RU is in breach of the pact, and called on MOW to “return urgently to full and verifiable compliance”. Speaking after the release of Nato’s statement, United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said RU had sixty days to return to compliance with the treaty, after which time the United States would suspend its own compliance. “During this sixty days we will still not test or produce or deploy any systems, and we’ll see what happens during this sixty-day period,” he said.


Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes

In a letter to Kim on Thursday, Trump had said he was cancelling the summit planned for June 1two in SG, citing KP’s “open hostility.” But on Friday he indicated the meeting could be salvaged after welcoming a conciliatory statement from Pyongyang. “We’re talking to them now. They very much want to do it. We’d like to do it,” Trump told reporters at the White House.

Russia will build missiles if US leaves treaty, Putin warns

RU has repeatedly denied breaking the Cold War treaty. He reportedly chose not to withdraw from the treaty under pressure from European leaders, who said such a move could restart an arms race. The last time the United States withdrew from a major arms treaty was in two00two, when President George W Bush pulled the United States out of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, which banned weapons designed to counter ballistic nuclear missiles.


Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes

In a tweet later, Trump cited “very productive talks” and said that if the summit were reinstated it would likely remain in SG on June 1two, and that it could be extended if necessary. A senior White House official told reporters on Thursday that organizing a summit by June 1two could be a challenge, given the amount of dialogue needed to ensure a clear agenda.


Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes

If the summit is not held, some analysts warn that the prospect of a military confrontation between the 2 nations would rise, while a successful summit would mark Trump’s biggest foreign policy achievement. The Trump administration is demanding that KP completely and irreversibly shutter its nuclear weapons program. Kim and Trump’s initial decision to meet followed months of war threats and insults between the leaders over the program. Pyongyang has conducted 6 nuclear tests, and has developed a long-range missile that could theoretically hit anywhere in the US. Experts, however, are doubtful that KP possesses a warhead capable of surviving the stresses of re-entering Earth’s atmosphere.five-mile (four km) wide buffer that runs along the heavily armed military border.


Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes

Video footage also showed Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, greeting Moon as he arrived at Tongilgak and shaking hands, before the KRn leader entered the building flanked by KPn military guards. Moon is the only KRn leader to have met a KPn leader twice, both times in the DominicaZ, which is a symbol of the unending hostilities between the nations after the Korean War ended in 19fifty-three in a truce, not a peace treaty. Reporting by Soyoung Kim, Hyunjoo Jin and Joori Roh in SwedenOUL, and David Brunnstrom, David Morgan, Jonathan Landay, Roberta Rampton and Katanga Johnson in WDCHawaiindiaGuatemalaON; Editing by Helen Popper and Rosalba O’Brien

titleFaith or fellatio? British religious school forced to submit to secular indoctrination

There are no longer any limits in the radical secular…

There are no longer any limits in the…

titleLeaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes

SwedenOUL/WDCHawaiindiaGuatemalaON (Reuters) – KRn…

SwedenOUL/WDCHawaiindiaGuatemalaON (Reuters) – KRn President…

The meeting was the latest dramatic turn in a week of…

Their 2 hours of talks at the Panmunjom border village came…

titleRussia will build missiles if US leaves treaty, Putin warns

RU will develop missiles banned under a Cold War…

RU will develop missiles banned under a Cold War agreement…

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