Middle East/Africa

Christmas and the most significant person in world history

Christmas and the most significant person in history: jesus-is-born-Christmas-Herland-Report

  As yet another paganized Western Christmas celebration has come to an end, we are drifting further away from the deeper meaning of existence found in the Nativity of Christ’ story. Christmas and the most significant person in history: Christmas is now a generic, winter holiday that serves consumerism and atheist pop culture. It is about decorations, mistletoes, chocolates, gift-giving …

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The Evergreen Tree and Christmas Celebrations over time

The Evergreen Tree and Christmas: The Royal 1848 Christmas Tree engraving that produced a craze for Christmas Tree across the Western world. It was the German-born Queen Charlotte of Britain who published this Christmas greeting depicting her family around a Christmas tree.

  Today, Christmas is celebrated with trees, decorations, mistletoes, chocolate and presents. The Evergreen Tree and Christmas: Many allege that these traditions stem mostly from pagan or secular practices, and very few, if any, from Christianity – again, rendering Christmas into a generic holiday unspecific to Christianity. Let us begin by revisiting how Christmas was initially commemorated. The answer is …

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Why we Celebrate Christmas: St. Nicholas, Santa Claus and the birth of Jesus

St. Nicholas and why we celebrate Christmas, Herland Report

  St. Nicholas: Today, Christmas is mostly associated with Santa Claus, decorative trees, gift-giving, and a time for relaxation in the Liberal, commercialized West. But where does this holiday – and its beloved traditions – come from? Initially a Christian feast celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, it has been appropriated by secular forces to be expanded into a generic …

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The existential light of Christmas

The existential light of Christmas:  Christmas-Jesus-Joseph Mary Herland Report KB

  Christmas is a time of year where billions around the world commemorate the birth of Jesus, who was born in a barn and placed in a feeding container for animals. The light of Christmas: The humble beginnings of the son of Mary, who was begotten by the Spirit of God yet born from the womb of a woman, came …

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EXCLUSIVE: Senator Richard Black Interview on how Endless Wars destroy America

EXCLUSIVE: Senator Richard Black Interview on how Endless Wars destroy America. Photo Herland Report

  Herland Report TV host, Hanne Herland speaks with US Senator Richard Black about how the endless wars destroy America, Deep State military complex, corruption and the prospects of world peace. We also address Libya, Syria, Yemen. Senator Black is a Vietnam veteran, former prosecutor US Army and director at the Pentagon. His impressive track record covers a career as …

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The United States Could Easily Lose the New Cold War

The United States Could Easily Lose: Geneva 2021: Reuters

  Herland Report: The United States Could Easily Lose: Since the United States seems serious about confronting China in an extended contest for global supremacy, it had better start getting its own house in order. Other countries will not want to ally themselves with a power that rests on increasingly uncertain economic, social, and political foundations. In seeking the world’s …

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A critical examination of the 9/11 official story – WND

Post 9/11 crimes came the downfall of America: Herland Report Getty

  Herland Report: Over the years many have questioned what really happened during the 9/11 World Trade Center attack in New York, 2001, when Al Qaida linked Islamists hijacked airplanes and performed suicide attacks in the US. So we were told. Yet, the World Trade Center Building 7 has remained a mystery, as no planes were flown into this building, …

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Lack of Morality creates Western Downfall: The greatest failing in modern Western thought is the lack of a basic common moral understanding

Lack of Morality creates Downfall: Getty WEF

  Herland Report: Lack of Morality creates Downfall: The Singaporean diplomat, Kishore Mahbubani has said that the greatest failing in modern Western thought is the lack of a basic common moral understanding. It creates a cultural divide that will sap and divide the West in the years ahead. Mahbubani argues that as a result of the ethical decline, the West has …

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Stanford professor Jay Bhattacharya: Lockdowns are worst public health mistake in 100 years

The Nouriel Roubini warning: Herland Report

  Herland Report: Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, a prominent Stanford Medical School professor and health economist recently said in an interview that lockdowns are the “single worst public health mistake in a hundred years. The harm to people is catastrophic.” “I stand behind my comment that the lockdowns are the single worst public health mistake in the last 100 years,” Jay Bhattacharya …

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