CategorySocial issues

BBC Radio London on the Olu case

Fascinating interview on BBC Radio London with Vanessa Feltz where the Metropolitan Police claim it was “very reasonable” to arrest street preacher Olu despite the fact they’ve offered £2,500 in damages. Listen to lawyer Michael Phillips’ response.

Police admit unlawful arrest and detention of Christian preacher

Police admit false arrest, imprisonment and unlawful detention of street preacher Olu and offer £2,500 in compensation.

 

Christians are unacceptable to Google

Image may contain: text

YouTube rejects veterans ministry ad for using ‘unacceptable’ keyword ‘Christian’.

Men and Women are equal

Mimosa.

Years ago, when I was still just a boy or a young teenager living in Italy, it was customary to give Mimosa (see picture above) to women as a token of appreciation. Mind you, it might still be, though new customs have arisen with time.

The ultra-progressive/feminist/liberal agenda has now taken over the minds of many worldwide, Italy included. All the men adhering (often mindlessly) to such worldviews today are quick to jump off their seats to make sure everybody knows they are “pro-women” and “pro equality”, though I doubt many of them would be able to articulate what that actually means. Thus, “we will not be humiliating women by adhering to this old-fashioned feast”, they say.

Continue reading

© 2020 Diarium Neminis

Theme by Anders NorénUp ↑