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‘Queer,’ ‘Nonbinary,’ Feminist Speaker: ‘All White People Are Racists,’ ‘Born Into Not Being Human’

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A video posted to social media shows writer and activist Hunter Ashleigh Shackelford, a self-described “cultural producer, multidisciplinary artist, nonbinary shapeshifter, hood feminist, and data futurist” speaking to a room of predominantly white attendees and claiming that “all white people are racists” and will always be so, being “born into not being human.”

“All white people are racists,” she says in the undated recording, referring to words written in all caps and red on the presentation board. “So, I put this up because I really want any white person in the room to know up front that this is what we’re dealing with — that it’s not going to be this coddling of white tears.”

“And we’re not going to discuss, ‘Oh, maybe some of us are going to work it out.’ No, you’re always going to be racist, actually,” Shackelford claims. “So even when you’re on your path to trying to figure out how to be a better human being, I believe that white people are born into not being human. ”

She asserts that those with little melanin are taught to be “demons” and reiterates that all whites are racist.

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Shocking Cartoon Network Short ‘PreBirth’ Displays and Promotes Child Abuse

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A short played on the Cartoon Network after-hours Adult Swim session displayed and promoted child abuse. The video was created by Mike Diva and aired late at night. The video has widely been played on Social Media leaving countless upset that this played on Cartoon Network, a network designed for children. The video of the…

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Russian Hackers Have Targeted 200 Groups Tied to U.S. Election, Microsoft Says

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WASHINGTON—Russian government hackers have targeted at least 200 organizations tied to the 2020 U.S. election in recent weeks, including national and state political parties and political consultants working for both Republicans and Democrats, according to Microsoft Corp.

China has also engaged in cyberattacks against “high-profile individuals” linked to Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s campaign, while Iranian actors have continued targeting personal accounts of people associated with President Trump’s campaign, Microsoft said in a blog post published Thursday.

The software giant’s threat intelligence team is able to track suspected cyberattacks against people and organizations that use its email platform and other Microsoft services. The findings don’t portray the full scope of foreign cyberattacks when it comes to the U.S. election because Microsoft is largely limited to analyzing threats to its own customers, but echo recent assessments from the U.S. intelligence community and other security experts.

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The Crack Down on Critical Race Theory – Education Department targets internal book clubs, meetings

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The Education Department plans to scrutinize a wide range of employee activities — including internal book clubs — in search of “Anti-American propaganda” and discussions about “white privilege” as it carries out the White House’s demand that federal agencies halt certain types of race-related training.

In an internal email this week obtained by POLITICO, the department ordered a review of agency contracts for diversity training and “internal employee activities” to root out topics such as “critical race theory” or materials that suggest that the U.S. is an inherently racist country. The crackdown comes as the department implements a government-wide directive the White House issued Friday to stop what it called “un-American propaganda training sessions” about race.

To implement that policy, the Education Department will require each of its offices in D.C., as well as regional outposts throughout the country, to review a range of training materials, including outside contracts for diversity workshops, plus content produced internally at the agency.

An Education Department spokesperson did not comment on the internal agency guidance Wednesday night.

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Judge Bars John MacArthur’s Church From Holding Indoor Services

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A megachurch that has defied Los Angeles County’s pandemic health orders was temporarily barred from holding Sunday worship services indoors, under a judge’s ruling Thursday.

L.A. County Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff sided with public health officials, who took legal action last month to enforce health orders against Grace Community Church, an evangelical congregation in Sun Valley that has been holding Sunday worship services indoors since July 26.

“While the court is mindful that there is no substitute for indoor worship in the ‘spiritual refuge’ of a sanctuary, the court cannot ignore the County Health Order does not dictate a ban on worship,” Beckloff wrote in his decision granting the county’s request for a preliminary injunction. The order remains in effect until the issue is resolved.

The order allows outdoor services — which were already permitted under the county’s public health order — only if the church follows physical distancing and face covering measures.

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Pakistani Christian Sentenced to Death for Allegedly Sending Blasphemous Text Messages in 2013

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09/08/2020 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that Asif Pervaiz, a 37-year-old Pakistani Christian, has been sentenced to death for allegedly sending blasphemous text messages in 2013. According to Pervaiz’s attorney, the death sentence was announced by the court despite there being “no evidence” to implicate his client in the case.

Earlier today, Saif-ul-Malook, the attorney representing Pervaiz in court, tweeted that his client had been sentenced to death under Pakistan’s blasphemy laws. “Asif Pervaiz sentenced to death by trial court at Lahore for committing blasphemy although there was no such evidence,” Malook’s tweet read.

The court’s decision comes almost seven years after the initial blasphemy accusation was made against Pervaiz by a Muslim co-worker in October 2013.

On October 2, 2013, a Muslim named Saeed Ahmeed Khokar accused Pervaiz of sending him blasphemous text messages from his mobile phone. Blasphemy charges under Sections 295-A, 295-B, and 295-C of Pakistan’s Penal Code were registered against Pervaiz at the Green Town Police Station in Lahore.

When Pervaiz became aware of the charges, he went into hiding. On October 9, after a week of searching for Pervaiz, police arrested several of Pervaiz’s relatives, including two brothers-in-law and his mother, Naseem Akhtar. According to Akhtar, police told her that they would kill Pervaiz when they found him unless she helped them locate her son.

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Chinese Communist officials raid church-run elementary school camp, arrest pastor’s wife

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Communist authorities in China’s Henan province raided an elementary school summer camp hosted by a house church and arrested the pastor’s wife after accusing the Christians there of “conducting illegal religious activities.”

According to persecution watchdog China Aid, some 30 authorities with Xinyang City Gushi County Ethnic and Religious Affairs Bureau, Public Security Bureau, and the Joint Chengguan (urban management force) Task Force raided a house church near Gushi Third Middle School North Campus on Aug. 23.

The leader of the church, Wang Guangming, told China Aid that the church was hosting summer camp on the day of the raid. Though students were learning piano, guitar, and music theory, authorities accused leaders of “conducting religious activities” and arrested the pastor’s wife.

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‘LET’S BURN A CHURCH!’: LGBT Activists Threaten Church, UK Police Warn Pastor Not to ‘Offend’ Them

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A Christian pastor in the United Kingdom was told by the local police that if he offends the LGBT community with a social media comment he could be breaking the law, even though a pro-LGBT mob threatened to burn down his church.

 

Christian Concern, a UK persecution watchdog, reports Pastor Josh Williamson of Newquay Baptist Church, was warned by police to keep his views in a “safe environment” after being targeted by a wave of anti-Christian abuse, including threats of violence and calls for his church to be burnt down.

 

Last month, Williamson, 34, replied to a post on a local news outlet’s Facebook page that reported this year’s Cornwall pride event would be canceled. Williamson simply wrote, “Wonderful news!” under the post. 

 

When he was questioned about his comment by another user, he replied, “because I don’t think sin should be celebrated.”

 

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Communist ‘Religion Police’ Raid House Church’s Summer Camp in China, Arrest Pastor’s Wife

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The ongoing wave of persecution against Chinese Christians has targeted some new victims: a pastor’s wife and some young children learning music. Police and the communist government’s religion bureau officials reportedly raided a house church’s summer camp in Gushi located in the province of Henan.

 

China Aid, an international non-profit Christian human rights organization, reports government officials accused the house church members of organizing a religious event without prior authorization.

 

During the raid conducted by 30 or more Chinese officials on Aug. 23, church property was confiscated including chairs, desks, along with a projecting device. They also arrested the church’s pastor and his wife.

 

Wang Guangming, a church leader, told China Aid that the church was hosting summer camp that day, teaching elementary school students piano, guitar, and music theory.

 

“I was not present at the church that day,” he said on Aug. 28. “They came and said that we were gathering illegally, and confiscated my personal property, including projector, desks, chairs, fans, and speaker. They have not brought them back as of today.”

 

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Communist ‘Religion Police’ Raid House Church’s Summer Camp in China, Arrest Pastor’s Wife

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The ongoing wave of persecution against Chinese Christians has targeted some new victims: a pastor’s wife and some young children learning music. Police and the communist government’s religion bureau officials reportedly raided a house church’s summer camp in Gushi located in the province of Henan.

China Aid, an international non-profit Christian human rights organization, reports government officials accused the house church members of organizing a religious event without prior authorization.

During the raid conducted by 30 or more Chinese officials on Aug. 23, church property was confiscated including chairs, desks, along with a projecting device. They also arrested the church’s pastor and his wife.

Wang Guangming, a church leader, told China Aid that the church was hosting summer camp that day, teaching elementary school students piano, guitar, and music theory.

“I was not present at the church that day,” he said on Aug. 28. “They came and said that we were gathering illegally, and confiscated my personal property, including projector, desks, chairs, fans, and speaker. They have not brought them back as of today.”

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Atheist group sends letter to senator asking him to stop posting Scripture to Facebook on Sundays

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An American atheist group delivered a letter to a U.S. congressman to request that he stop posting scripture to his official social media accounts, arguing that his actions are in violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation sent Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) a letter postmarked on August 14, asking him to “refrain from posting messages that proselytize or endorse religion on your official government social media accounts.”
“When a government official uses his elected office, including governmental platforms such as an official Facebook page, to promote his personal religious beliefs, he violates the spirit of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution,” a portion of the letter reads.
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Australian diocese to teach kids LGBT studies, gender fluidity, atheism in new religion class

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PARRAMATTA, Australia, August 27, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) –– A Catholic diocese in Australia has adopted a new religion curriculum “based on contemporary research” which introduces young students to LGBT studies, gender fluidity, identity politics, and atheism in order to make religion more relevant to students’ lives.

Year 7 and 8 students in the Diocese of Parramatta, Australia, will reportedly be asked “to recognise sexuality as an exploration in forming personal identity” and will discuss “Is sexuality optional?” “Does the Church’s teaching on sexuality have any value or relevance to modern life?” “How does social media construct sexual identity?”

“As you can imagine, I and other Catholics living in this diocese are extremely concerned about this new curriculum,” wrote one Catholic parent who is alarmed by the about-to-be-introduced religious education program.

Diocese school chief Greg Whitby acknowledged that the move would be controversial among devout Catholics but insisted that the change was necessary if religion teachers were going to engage students in religion, according to Australia’s Daily Telegraph on August 16.

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Researchers Find Christians in Iran Approaching 1 Million

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Missiologists have long spoken of the explosive growth of the church in Iran. Now they have data to back up their claims–from secular research.

According to a new survey of 50,000 Iranians–90 percent residing in Iran–by GAMAAN, a Netherlands-based research group, 1.5 percent identified as Christian.

Extrapolating over Iran’s population of approximately 50 million literate adults (the sample surveyed) yields at least 750,000 believers. According to GAMAAN, the number of Christians in Iran is “without doubt in the order of magnitude of several hundreds of thousands and growing beyond a million.”

The traditional Armenian and Assyrian Christians in Iran number 117,700, according to the latest government statistics.

Christian experts surveyed by CT expressed little surprise. But it may make a significant difference for the Iranian church.

“With the lack of proper data, most international advocacy groups expressed a degree of doubt on how widespread the conversion phenomenon is in Iran,” said Mansour Borji, research and advocacy director for Article 18, a UK-based organization dedicated to the protection and promotion of religious freedom in Iran.

“It is pleasing to see–for the first time–a secular organization adding its weight to these claims.”

The research, which asked 23 questions about an individual’s “attitude toward religion” and demographics, was run by professors associated with the respected Dutch universities of Tilburg and Utrecht.

The general presumption of doubt risked influencing asylum applications by Iranians seeking resettlement in Europe or elsewhere.

“We do not regard it as remotely plausible that there are as many as 1 million people secretly practicing Christianity in Iran today,” wrote a UK judge in a March ruling establishing best practice guidelines, following a case that ultimately denied asylum to an Iranian convert.

“The huge numbers of converts claimed by various evangelical missions must be viewed in light of the fact that … the more converts they can claim, the greater the incentive for co-religionists to donate.”

Yet despite the widespread skepticism, research conducted by Christian advocacy organizations has begun to produce results.

In 2005, the United Nations created the Geneva-based Universal Periodic Review to evaluate the human rights status of every nation every 4.5 years. During its review session in February, for the first time recommendations for Iran included its treatment of “Christian converts,” issued by Norway and the Netherlands.

ChurchSalary “We try to build relations with diplomats as much as they allow,” said Wissam al-Saliby, advocacy director for the World Evangelical Alliance.

“Without such reporting, news of Christian persecution will not filter into Geneva circles, and nations will not feel any pressure.

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China, others to join military exercises in Russia

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BEIJING (AP) — Chinese and Russian forces will take part in joint military exercises in southern Russia later this month along with troops from Armenia, Belarus, Iran, Myanmar, Pakistan and others, China’s defense ministry announced Thursday.

The “Caucasus 2020” drills will deploy wheeled vehicles and light weaponry to be flown to the drill location by China’s latest transport aircraft, the ministry said in a statement.

The exercises running Sept. 21-26 will focus on defensive tactics, encirclement and battlefield control and command, the ministry said.

The exercises have special meaning for China-Russia ties “at this important moment when the whole world is fighting the pandemic,” it said.

China has reported no new domestic coronavirus cases in weeks, while Russia is continuing to see new cases and has reported more than 1 million people infected.

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Trump vows to sharply scale back US economic ties with China

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President Donald Trump said he intends to curb the U.S. economic relationship with China, contrasting himself with Joe Biden by threatening to punish any American companies that create jobs overseas and to forbid those that do business in China from winning federal contracts.

“We’ll manufacture our critical manufacturing supplies in the United States, we’ll create ‘made in America’ tax credits and bring our jobs back to the United States and we’ll impose tariffs on companies that desert America to create jobs in China and other countries,” Trump said at a White House news conference on Monday where he complained at length about his Democratic reelection opponent.

“If they can’t do it here, then let them pay a big tax to build it someplace else and send it into our country,” he said of U.S. corporations. “We’ll prohibit federal contracts from companies that outsource to China and we’ll hold China accountable for allowing the virus to spread around the world.”

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Inside the privileged lives of protesters busted for rioting in Manhattan

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The so-called revolutionaries who were busted for rioting at a New Afrikan Black Panther Party rally took a break from their yacht club lives and modeling careers to be a part of the mayhem.

The seven “comrades” — including wealthy Upper East Sider Clara Kraebber — had their mugshots tweeted out by the NYPD early Wednesday, days after their arrests for smashing storefront windows in the Flatiron District.

They were cuffed during a protest organized by the Panthers and the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement groups condemning the death of Daniel Prude, who was killed while in custody of the Rochester Police Department in March.

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China rips US visa restrictions on students as ‘political persecution and racial discrimination’

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China’s foreign ministry on Thursday condemned the Trump administration’s decision to revoke visas for hundreds of Chinese graduate students over fears of intellectual property theft.

Spokesperson Zhao Lijian accused the Trump administration of practicing “outright political persecution and racial discrimination” one day after the State Department announced that it had revoked visas of more than 1,000 Chinese nationals, according to The Associated Press.

The move infringes upon “legitimate rights and interests of Chinese students studying in the U.S.,” Zhao contended.

“It is outright political persecution and racial discrimination, and seriously violated the human rights of Chinese students studying there,” he continued. “China reserves the right to make further responses to this matter.”

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New CDC report shows 94% of COVID-19 deaths in US had contributing conditions

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ATLANTA, Ga. (WJW) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new data last week that depicts how many Americans who have died from COVID-19 also had contributing conditions.

According to the report, only 6% of deaths have COVID-19 as the only cause mentioned, revealing that 94% of patients who died from coronavirus also had other “health conditions and contributing causes.”

The report reads in part:

Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death.

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US Marshals Rescue 39 Missing Children, Arrest Suspects on Trafficking Charges After Two-Week Operation

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Over the course of a two-week period, U.S. Marshals have tracked down 39 missing children in Georgia and Florida.

During the initiative “Operation Not Forgotten,” the U.S. Marshals Service Missing Child Unit worked alongside the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and partnered with state and local agencies in Georgia to rescue 26 missing children. Officials also safety located 13 others.

The ages of the children ranged from 3 to 17, according to WAGA-TV. The U.S. Marshals Service identified 15 of the kids as victims of sex trafficking.

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Australia Investigating Foreign Infiltration of Public Universities

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Australia’s parliament is set to probe alleged foreign interference at public universities, a government minister said Monday, as concerns grow about Chinese influence.

A proposed inquiry by the security and intelligence committee follows a series of controversies over China’s clout on Australian campuses, ranging from hacks of university data to questionable financial donations and intimidation of Beijing’s critics.

Concerns have also been raised about the nature of research links between academics and scientists in the two countries.

Alan Tudge, the minister for population and cities, told Sky News the mooted inquiry was the latest government attempt to tackle spiralling foreign interference now at “levels not seen since World War II”.

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US Marshals rescue 25 missing children from Ohio; many are victims of human trafficking or prostitution

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U.S. Marshals located 25 missing and endangered children from Ohio in the past 20 days of an ongoing operation. U.S. Marshals worked with state and local agencies in Ohio to track down missing children in Operation Safety Net.

The missing children, who were between the ages of 13 and 18, were found in Cleveland, East Cleveland, Euclid, Willoughby, and as far away as Miami, Florida. U.S. Marshals noted that a quarter of the endangered children were victims of human trafficking and prostitution.

“These are kids that have been abused, neglected. Some involved in human trafficking,” U.S. Marshal Pete Elliott told WOIO-TV. “Sometimes the situations they—they go to, believe it or not, may be better than the situations they left from. We’ve had some cases where the mother and or father, or both, may have been prostituting their own child.”
“We’re trying to do our part. A number of these children have gone to the hospital after we’ve recovered them to get checked out, so again this is something we take very seriously,” Elliott added. “I’ll tell you this, it will be something we’ll be doing every year. This is our first time we have done this, it’s been uncharted territory for us, but we’ve had great success.”

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SEL: The Government Backed Social Engineering Project Aimed to Teach Marxist Practices to Children Across America

Education is a rather important leg of the American way of life. Currently, the education system is not to par with where many believe it should be, and while that is a problem in and of itself. A deeper problem in the solutions of such are coming to light. One of those solutions, Social and…

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Trump administration considering labeling China’s oppression of Uighur Muslims a genocide: report

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The Trump administration is considering labeling China’s oppression of Uighur Muslims in the western Xinjiang province “genocide,” Politico reports.

Tensions between the United States and China have increased in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, disagreements about trade and Hong Kong’s autonomy. An accusation of genocide would inflame those tensions further.

The White House National Security Council condemned China’s actions in the Xinjiang province on Tuesday.

“Beijing’s atrocities against the Uighurs include horrific acts against women including forced abortion, forced sterilization and other coercive birth control methods, state-sponsored forced labor, sexual violence including through rape in detention, compulsory home-stays by Han officials, and forced marriages,” John Ullyot, a National Security Council spokesperson, told Fox News in a statement. “The Chinese Communist Party’s atrocities also include the largest incarceration of an ethnic minority since World War II.”

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Satanic temple offers ‘religious abortion ritual’ to affirm mother killing her child 

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For some time now, the Satanic Temple — headquartered in Salem, Massachusetts due to the witch trial connection — has been campaigning for abortion.

Back in June, I wrote in this space<www.lifesitenews.com/blogs/how-satanists-are-trying-to-use-americas-religious-freedom-laws-to-overturn-pro-life-legislation> that “Lucien Greaves, their creepy-looking leader, has turned his organization into a military vehicle of the culture war,” and he responded on Twitter to the effect that he was pleased with this characterization.

The Satanic Temple has been attempting to utilize religious liberty laws in its favor, demanding equal access to schools for Satanism and claiming that restricting abortion violates its members’ religious freedom.

The Satanic Temple is now upping its game, launching a campaign titled “Satanic Abortions Are Protected by Religious Liberty Laws<announcement.thesatanictemple.com/rrr-campaign41280784>.” Abortion, their website states, is a Satanic religious practice:

“In accordance with the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), first trimester abortions are now exempt from unnecessary regulations for all individuals practicing The Satanic Temple’s religious bortion ritual.”

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Chinese Authorities Order Low-Income Families to Abandon Faith or Lose Financial Aid

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Many have praised the Chinese Communist Party for their ability to reportedly beat the Coronavirus; however, those same organizations often overlook the atrocities committed by the Chinese Communist Party. Government officials in China have ordered that Christians abandon their faith or lose financial aid. According to Bitter Winter, the Chinese economy took a sharp hit…

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