Homosexual ‘marriage’ push aims to ‘recreate society’ and marginalise Christianity: Archbishop of Glasgow

BY HILARY WHITE GLASGOW/STRASSBURG, March 27, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Creating “gay marriage,” is an attempt to rewrite the natural law and “recreate society,” says Mario Conti, Archbishop of Glasgow. The bishop’s strong comments as the European Court of Human Rights has ruled that there is no such thing as a “right” to “gay marriage” in […]

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Les longues vacances des diplomates européens font grincer des dents

Dix-sept ou dix-huit semaines de vacances. C’est le nombre de congés dont disposent les salariés du service européen pour l’action extérieure (UEAE), qui représentent l’Union Européenne dans le monde. Les diplomates ont le droit à 83 jours de congés, s’étonne le Daily Telegraph qui rappelle que la plupart des salariés britanniques bénéficient, eux, de quatre […]

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Turkish TV ad features Hitler to sell shampoo

Following a controversial trend among firms to sell their wares with supposedly humorous references to the Nazi era, a Turkish TV commercial has sparked international criticism for featuring Adolf Hitler to praise the virtues of a “hundred percent men’s shampoo.” Despite widespread outrage, Turkish state television has so far declined to remove the 12-second commercial. […]

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Royaume-Uni : une clinique d’avortement sur cinq enfreint la loi

Lu sur le blog de Jeanne Smits: Même dans un pays où l’avortement est aussi facile d’accès qu’en Grande-Bretagne, une enquête menée par le Daily Telegraph révèle que 20 % des cliniques spécialisées trichent pour « rendre service » à des femmes voulant mettre fin à leur grossesse, soit en falsifiant des données, soit en […]

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Head of EU environment agency under scrutiny for spendings

MEPs dealing with EU spending are set to propose that the environment agency’s accounts for 2010 should not be signed off for now due to the alleged conflict of interests. Jacqueline McGlade – the British scientist who has headed the agency since 2003 – has raised their eyebrows for paying €33,791.28 in EU funds for […]

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Pro-family legislation on the Lithuanian Parliament’s agenda

The Lithuanian Parliament adopted last week its spring agenda, which includes three draft amendments promoting the protection of moral values in social life. A draft amendment submitted by Petras Gražulis MP proposes a new Article 214(30) in the Administrative Code entitled “Protection of constitutional moral values”. It criminalizes “the public denigration of constitutional moral values […]

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Les Slovènes s’opposent à l’adoption par les homosexuels

Lors du référendum qui s’est tenu dimanche en Slovénie, les ressortissants de ce pays des Balkans se sont opposés à l’adoption d’enfants par des couples homosexuels, a annoncé la chaîne de télévision serbe RTS. Après dépouillement de 96,18% des bulletins de vote, 55,42% des électeurs ont rejeté le projet de loi accordant le droit d’adoption […]

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Swedish home-schooling leader forced to go into exile

Swedish family policies are lauded for enabling women to go to work as well as have children. What you can do with your children once you have them, however, is not altogether a matter of choice. If you wanted to look after them yourself at home you would be pretty much on your own. And […]

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Turkey identified by US report among world’s religious freedom violators

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), a federal government commission that monitors global religious freedom, released last Tuesday its 2012 Annual Report and recommended that the Secretary of State name the following nations “countries of particular concern” or CPCs: Burma, China, Egypt, Eritrea, Iraq, Iran, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tajikistan, […]

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European Parliament blocks copyright reform with… an African-style 113% voter turnout!

The European Parliament’s Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) voted on March 1 on a reform of the copyright legislation. Amendment 20 would allow re-publication and access to orphan works, pieces of our cultural heritage where no copyright owner can be located. The vote in committee was supposed to advance such reform. However, the voting procedure […]

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