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The Tempter’s Melting Pot Regime

PCR tests don’t test viruses The word test comes from the Latin root testum, “pot.” A testum was a pot in which metals were tried, a melting pot. Since the outbreak of the corona hysteria pandemic, the imprisoned people of Europe have been told that they will have to undergo tests in order to be able to circulate. The tests are called Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests. They were invented by the Nobel prize-winning biophysicist Dr Kary Mullis. But there is one problem: Mullis says the tests cannot be used to detect viruses! So we will undergo tests which do …

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A Poisoned Crown: St Corona and World Government

The following reflection argues that France needs to come to terms with its own history if it is to lead Europe again, while Christians should study the culture that venerated St Corona, a culture of valour rather than fear. You probably have it, and if you don’t you probably will. Coronavirus from the Latin coruna, crown and virus, poison is one of the millions of bits of scrap DNA floating around in our bodies. The human body is a metabolic machine which takes in nutrients and expels toxins all the time. Disease (or rather dis-ease) occurs when that metabolic process gets …

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La Mort de l’Éducation

Mon cher professeur de lettres classiques est décédé aujourd’hui. Sans aucune doute, il était le meilleur professeur que j’ai jamais eu. Il m’a enseigné deux savoir-faire indispensables : comment faire des analyses grammaticales des phrases en latin, c’est à dire, comment discerner de l’ordre et de la signifcation dans un chaos apparent ; et comment aborder l’interprétation des civilisations anciennes. La clé de compréhension de la vision du monde d’Homère était, insistait-il, d’oublier complètement toutes valeurs chrétiennes. C’est là que j’ai appris le concept du contexte. Dans ses cours sur Euripide, j’ai appris que ses tragédies étaient le début de …

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There are no more teachers!

My dear old Classics teacher passed away today. He was, without question, the best teacher I ever had. He taught me two indispensable skills: how to parse Latin sentences, that is to say, how to discern order and meaning in apparent chaos; and how to approach the interpretation of ancient civilisations. The key to understanding Homer’s worldview was, he stressed, to completely forget all Christian values. This is where I learned the concept of context. In his lessons on Euripides, I learned that his drama was the birth of psychology. Is not all real education psychology, the discourse or science …

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New Dehli Riots are a Plot to Destabilise India

India’s “peaceful protesters” source There has been much international coverage of the anti-government riots in New Dehli where Muslims have been protesting against a new law, which would expedite citizenship for Hindus, Christians and Buddhists fleeing persecution from neighbouring countries. We are being told a fairly standard and simple story. There is a “far-right” Hindu nationalist regime in New Dehli which is waging war on the country’s Muslim population. Muslims are the victims; Hindus are the perpetrators. Human rights groups and self-described leftist radicals are indignant at the fact President Trump completely ignored the “pogroms” against India’s poor Muslims during …

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Russian sociologist imprisoned in Libya for exposing the truth about the Turkish-backed regime

source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:EastMed_project_map.png Since the fall of Colonel Gaddafi in 2011, Libya has been plunged into chaos with two quasi-official governments: the Government of National Accord, GNA in Tripoli under Fayez al-Sarraj and the House of Representatives in Tobruk backed by the Libyan National Army, LNA under General Khalifa Haftar. Hafter’s regime is backed by Russia, France, United Arab Emirates, Israel Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Fayez al-Sarraj is backed by Turkey, Italy, Qatar and the United Nations. Although backed by the UN, Fayez al-Sarraj has little popular support on the ground in Libya — at least not enough to govern the …

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