Tag Archives: Christians

Refugees must assimilate into Society

I have no idea how often it happens but I’m sure it does.¬† Both Muslims and locals clashing over personal beliefs and customs. Not too long ago I read an article from a Montreal paper where a young Muslim student … Continue reading

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Another Writers Point Of View

There are many differing points of view regarding the subject of the growing Muslim issues . This is one more that seems to have a ring of truth to it. The Western Nations have indeed compromised our Christian values to … Continue reading

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Albanian Muslims

Besa during World War II Sometimes we are like sheep and easily led, often the media is to blame, but we can and we should think for ourselves. make up our own minds and not accept what the media feeds … Continue reading

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Multiculturalism vs Canadian Way of Life

I’m an immigrant from Northern Ireland and when I landed in Canada in 1964 I was prepared to behave and respect all Canadian traditions and laws. Well! maybe all but one, I must confess, ice hockey doesn’t garner the same … Continue reading

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Bravo to the Catholic Church (Seismic Shift)

Wow!!! can you believe it, what marvelous news. What a huge shift in Catholic Church policy. This is something I have fought so hard for on my blog for so long. I confess for the most part I truly thought … Continue reading

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They Should Understand Most of All

The attached photo is what prompted me to write this blog today. I’m sure, like many others I find this a most offensive and pitiful example of the beliefs of many Religious denominations today. It is so sad that in … Continue reading

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The Nazi King

I watched a TV show yesterday titled the Nazi King. Edward 8th who became King in 1936 and later abdicated to marry Wallace Simpson is a huge story. Only recently have sealed documents been released concerning Edward and Simpson. Edward … Continue reading

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Strong Reasons to Boycott Sochi

This is an open letter sent to British PM David Cameron and the IOC. It is certainly worth sharing. Dear Prime Minister, M Rogge, Lord Coe and Members of the International Olympic Committee, I write in the earnest hope that … Continue reading

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Boycott The Sochi Olympics

This is a huge issue but as always it is gathering the usual rhetoric from politicians, particularly in the US. Obama has not ruled out a boycott but many voices are saying it will do no good. I hasn’t worked … Continue reading

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The Sash me Father Wore!!!!!!

Oh Dear!!! its the 12th July again, to some that would just mean another summer day. To many protestants of Ulster it is a very important day. A day to rub the noses of Catholic’s in the dirt. The commemoration … Continue reading

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