Woke LGBT mob reports college chaplain to police for preaching Christian truth

May 19, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — In this week’s episode of The Van Maren Show, a Christian college chaplain joins Jonathon to discuss how LGBT radicals went after him for preaching against identity politics in schools. Rev. Dr. Bernard Randall, a minister in the Church of England, was suspended, sacked, and even reported to the police after a sermon he gave at a school chapel in 2018. Randall said he protested against the introduction of “a very LGBT-friendly program” because he saw leftist ideology being smuggled into Trent College under the guise of anti-bullying and anti-discrimination measures. “I objected on the political side of the thing and said that we need a discussion … [and] was told we’ll have that discussion,” he remarked today. But no such discussion took place within the school’s organization and the program was soon adopted. These events led Randall to openly call out the LGBT agenda being introduced. In his sermon, which can be read and seen here, Randall said that people “may hold to the [Anglican] Church’s traditional teaching on marriage … may believe that biological sex is a reality and sometimes makes a difference … may question the way that gender identity is talked about and questioned.” Even though, he noted that such views must be

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It’s ‘reckless’ to vaccinate children for COVID-19: former HHS coronavirus advisor

May 19, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — Former U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) COVID-19 advisor Dr. Paul Alexander is warning that children’s risk of harm from the COVID-19 vaccines is significantly greater than their risk of harm from the virus. “The risk to children is so small, there is no reason to put our children in harm’s way at this point. Not with these untested vaccines. This is reckless,” Alexander told Laura Ingraham on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.” Dr. Paul Alexander, who has previously written an article published by the American Institute for Economic Research, titled “We Must Not Be Forced Into Vaccinating Our Children From COVID,” challenged the idea that children should receive COVID-19 vaccines, as expressed by President Joe Biden and COVID-czar Dr. Anthony Fauci. “Dr. Fauci has said many things before that he has reversed and flip-flopped on, and in this case he makes absolutely no sense to me, and to many scientists,” Alexander told Ingraham. Watch the latest video at foxnews.com He elaborated on Fauci’s flip-flops in his article: “Remember the retraction of the double-mask idiocy? Remember when he said Covid is 10 times more lethal than the seasonal flu? Now they are talking about a

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A closer look at Bill Gates: promoting eugenics, friendship with Jeffrey Epstein

ANALYSIS May 18, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — While billionaire globalist Bill Gates has been hailed in the past year as a generous and exceptionally knowledgeable man regarding COVID-19, deeper research reveals a darker side of his character, his desires for control over the globe in a manner drawn from much-criticized eugenic policies, as well as disturbing links to self-confessed sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The 65-year-old founder of Microsoft is hailed throughout the world as a kind-hearted philanthropist, thanks in great part to the media frontage and the constant promotion which he enjoys. During the recent COVID-19 times, he has been consulted as if an eminent scientist, capable of solving the apparent crisis, and providing timelines for the world’s return to normality. However, overlooked investigations and evidence present a darker side, and perhaps a more honest appraisal of Gates. A well-documented Corbett Report from May 2020 has provided evidence which the mainstream media has largely overlooked in its praise of Gates, but which is corroborated in various reports. ‘Most generous person on earth’ or ruthless profit seeker? Gates has been hailed as the “best businessman of our century,” founding “one of the greatest companies of the 20th century,” namely Microsoft. However, the

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UMass Amherst suspends students for entire semester for not masking off-campus

AMHERST, Massachusetts, May 14, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — The University of Massachusetts Amherst has suspended three students over a maskless photo taken at an off-campus gathering, local news reports. CBS Boston said that the women were flagged after another student sent the university a picture of them not wearing masks at a party in March. UMass kicked the students out of campus housing and made them attend class virtually while the school reviewed the case. The students’ appeals ultimately were denied, barring them from finishing the semester and costing them $16,000 of non-refundable tuition. “That negates this whole semester, $16,000 of money, and they have to reapply for next semester,” a parent of one of the suspended students told CBS Boston. “There was a photo sent to the administration of these girls outside, off campus, on a Saturday. This is why they lost a whole semester of their schooling,” another parent reacted. “Students received a number of public health messages this semester that emphasized the importance of following public health protocols and the consequences for not complying,” the university said in a statement. UMass’s draconian coronavirus restrictions have included mandatory bi-weekly testing in order to eat at the dining commons, and

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Group of physicians opposes Canadian COVID response: We ‘will always put our patients first’

May 14, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – A group of Canadian physicians published a declaration “For science and truth” in response to a recent statement from a provincial doctor’s college which said doctors must not speak their mind if that would contradict the “official” government response to COVID-19. The group’s declaration is a direct response to a recent statement from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO), which was focused against doctors who take to social media to speak their minds freely in opposition to COVID-19 lockdowns. The CPSO statement says that doctors who go against public health measures, vaccines, or promoting “unproven treatments for COVID-19,” will be investigated. In response, several Canadian physicians declared, “On April 30, 2021, Ontario’s physician licensing body, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO), issued a statement forbidding physicians from questioning or debating any or all of the official measures imposed in response to COVID-19. The CPSO then went on to threaten physicians with punishment – investigations and disciplinary action. We regard this recent statement of the CPSO to be unethical, anti-science and deeply disturbing.” “The CPSO must immediately withdraw and rescind its statement of 30 April 2021.” The doctors group bills

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World’s most vaccinated country reports highest global COVID-19 case count, re-imposes lockdown measures

LifeSiteNews has been permanently banned on YouTube. Click HERE to sign up to receive emails when we add to our video library. VICTORIA, Seychelles, May 12, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – The government of Seychelles has re-imposed lockdown measures following the largest per capita surge in detection of infection with COVID-19 in the world, despite ranking as the top country for coverage with a COVID vaccine. Though previously boasting that some 60 percent of its population had been “fully vaccinated” against the coronavirus, the country recorded 336 positive tests per 100,000 population in the first week of May, more than double the amount of second place Maldives at 153 per 100,000, according to the New York Times’ global coronavirus tracker. Maldives, a neighbouring island nation in the Indian Ocean, holds the position of fourth-most vaccinated country after Seychelles, as well as recording the second highest weekly increase in positive tests for COVID-19, by the Times’ data. Seychelles’ supposed outbreak vastly outstrips that of India, which has seen around 28 positive tests of the virus in the per 100,000 population in the same time period. Even total deaths per 100,000 show Seychelles to have almost double the rate of India’s overall COVID-related death

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Retired hockey player: ‘God always wins’ despite politicians taking Him ‘out of the equation’ in dealing with COVID

LifeSiteNews has been permanently banned on YouTube. Click HERE to sign up to receive emails when we add to our video library. CALGARY, Alberta, April 27, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – A retired Canadian National Hockey League player says he is “not afraid of being canceled” for speaking out against COVID-19 restrictions, adding that lockdown mismanagement and rising debt are a direct result of governments taking God “out of the equation.”  “And when you take God out the equation, what do you think happens? This … this is what happens,” Theoren “Theo” Fleury, who was raised Catholic, said in an interview with Rebel News that aired late last week. “I also do know that God wins, and I would say, I’ve prayed more than at any point in my entire life, I’ve leaned on my faith to get through this very difficult year. Seeing what they are doing to the churches is absolutely the biggest disgrace,” Fleury said.  Fleury’s home life was chaotic. In his autobiography Playing with Fire, he attributed his local church priest as being one of his life’s most early positive influences. Unfortunately, the priest died of a heart attack, which left a huge void in his life in terms of having

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West Virginia gov. likely to sign bill banning boys from girls’ sports

CHARLESTON, West Virginia, April 12, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — The governor of West Virginia has indicated he will allow a bill restricting the participation of transgender athletes in schools to become law in his state. “What I’ll plan to do is either let it go into law or sign it,” said Gov. Jim Justice (R) on Saturday of House Bill 3293 passed by the State Senate and House of Delegates late last week. “I don’t know which one quite yet.” If he follows through with his stated intention, the Mountain State will be the fourth state to enact legislation that will keep biological males out of girls’ sporting events. Last month, after signaling strong support for a similar bill in her state, south Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) suddenly stopped fully suporting the measure, leaving women’s athletics in her state unprotected from transgender encroachment. Perhaps signaling similar qualms, Gov. Justice said that while he supports the legislation for middle and high schools, he is uncertain about enforcing it at the collegiate level. “It concerns me that we may miss out on a really important sporting event or something that could come to West Virginia that we miss out on,” said Justice,

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UN committee calls for internet channels for child sexting

LifeSiteNews has been permanently banned on YouTube. Click HERE to sign up to receive emails when we add to our video library. NEW YORK, April 12 (C-Fam) – Out of more than 7 billion people on the planet, it is likely that no more than a few thousand have ever heard of General Comment No. 25 just issued by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. It is likely that only a few hundred know the names of the drafters of General Comment No. 25 just issued by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. Yet, General Comment No. 25 purports to tell all governments, all businesses, and, more importantly, all parents how to apply children’s rights when it comes to the internet. Keep in mind that the general comments issued by such treaty monitoring bodies have no force in law; they are not even enforceable suggestions. But they will be accepted by governments and businesses as legal norms they must impose on parents and their children. The drafters of the document are concerned that children will come across “untrustworthy information online.” Without a doubt, this is a concern of all. Still, many would consider judging

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