Low polls for the Socialdemocrats

Elections to the swedish riksdag, city and county councils are taking place this september and new polls now show major changes compared to how people have usually voted. The Swedish Social Democratic Party (S) only got 25,2% and this is the lowest support they have ever gotten. (S) have always been the biggest party in Sweden…

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Persecution of christians – week 20

This is some of the news about christian persecution from last week. 2018-05-14 A catholic church in Nepal was burned and heavily damaged. The arsonists, a group of 8-10 men, warned people to stay inside their homes before they poured gasoline over the church and set it on fire. Four other churches were attacked prior…

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Sharia creep in Belgium

When a look at Belgium I feel worried and genuinely afraid. Sharia creep, the term that describes the gradual islamisation of a culture, seems to be a realty there. After years of fighting for equality in the west it now seems that it is in danger of becoming undone. Where will all this lead? Katie Hopkins have…

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Saudi climb higher on the women’s rights commission

One might think it’s a joke, but it’s not, Saudi Arabia have actually been elected to sit on the Executive Council of the UN Commission on the Status of Women. A country that practice gender segregation and where women are routinely discriminated! Last year, when UN voted wether Saudi Arabia should be a part of…

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