K.S. Rajan (25 May 2014)


Chairman Of The U.S. Commission On International Religious Freedom: Tom Horn Is Right; War On True Christianity Has Started And Is Going To Get Worse
Our culture increasingly condemns Christian beliefs as bigoted and hateful, says Dr. Robert P. George. The Princeton University professor told Washington, D.C.’s 10th annual National Prayer Breakfast that American culture no longer favors faithful Christians. "They threaten us with consequences if we refuse to call what is good, evil, and what is evil, good. They demand us to conform our thinking to their orthodoxy, or else say nothing at all." The intimidation to remain silent is insidious and growing, he said, citing the recent public humiliation of fired Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich and cancelled reality show hosts David and Jason Benham...

Prophetic Intolerance Against Christians Also On Rise Throughout Europe
An organisation monitoring attacks on Christians in Europe has revealed that hundreds of cases of intolerance were aimed at Christians in 2013, and it warns that the number of incidents is increasing. Dr. Gudrun Kugler, director of the Observatory, said Europe’s “increasingly secular society” has “less and less space for Christianity.” She added:  “Some governments and players of civil society seek to exclude instead of to accommodate. Countless cases of intolerance against Christians are reported to us. By researching, documenting and publishing these cases, we hope to create an awareness which is a first step towards a remedy.“ The Observatory has categorised cases as “hate-related intolerance, intolerance against Christians...

U.S. Becomes Chief Enabler Of The Persecution Of Christians Worldwide
Every Muslim nation that the U.S. has helped “liberate,” including in the context of the “Arab Spring,” has become significantly worse for Christians and other minorities. Previously moderate Syria is now ranked the third worst nation in the world to be Christian, Iraq fourth, Afghanistan fifth, and Libya 13th. All four receive the worst designation in the ranking process: “extreme persecution.” Three of these countries—Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya—were “liberated” in part thanks to U.S. forces, while in the fourth, Syria, the U.S. is actively sponsoring “freedom fighters” against the regime, many of whom have been responsible for any number of atrocities—including massacres, beheadings, and the crucifixion of Christians and others.

Congress To US Citizens: You’ll Be On Your Own In EMP Event That Wipes Out 90% Of Citizens
The lack of congressional action on critical infrastructure legislation is hampering national preparation for a natural or man-made electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, event that could kill 90 percent of the U.S. population due to starvation, disease and societal collapse, charges an expert on the threat. Peter Vincent Pry, executive director of the congressional advisory Task Force on National and Homeland Security and director of the U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum, contends that the failure to pass the Critical Infrastructure Protection Act, or CIPA, is preventing action at the federal, state and local levels to protect the nation from a catastrophic EMP event. Pry has warned that a natural or nuclear EMP event could black out the national electric grid for months or years and collapse all of the other critical infrastructures essential to sustain a modern society and the lives of 310 million Americans.