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Never before have there been massive excess deaths following vaccination

Massive excess deaths following vaccination: PCR Test is Flawed: Myocarditis rise Covid Vaccination: Reuters

  Never before have there been massive excess deaths following vaccination.   Never before have there been children, young adults, athletes in their prime, entertainers, dropping dead “cause unknown” following vaccination. Massive excess deaths following vaccination: Of course, the cause is known.  The leading doctors and medical scientists of our time–which excludes health agency bureaucrats, such as Fauci, who serve as marketing …

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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 correlation between Social Disorder and Christian Decline

Hanne Herland, Herland Report atheism

  There are a number of perplexing developments in the West that few in the mainstream media wish to discuss. Among them, the correlation between Christian decline and the rise of atheist Western anarchy. Beneath the glossy wrapping of materialism, hedonism and technological advancement, there is an alarming rate of social disorder and mental unrest. Herland Report:  There is a …

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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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The Conservative philosopher Edmund Burke: We need to resist the passionate calls for revolution

The conservative philosopher Edmund Burke: Edmund Burke and Modern Conservatism: Hanne Nabintu Herland edmund burke

  One of Great Britain’s most important politicians and philosophers was Edmund Burke. Burke spent much of his life explaining why it is important to maintain Europe’s political and moral philosophical traditions, precisely those which made the West such a great civilization. He spoke of individualism and emphasized the value ​of equality, law and order, as well as focusing on …

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The search for meaning beyond Materialism

The Search for meaning: Hanne Nabintu Herland in studio.

  In the West, many now search for the meaning of life but fail to reach the inner awakening and peace the generations before us spoke of. We live in a culture where depression, loneliness, drugs and hedonism dominate. There is little or no reverence for the values that once made the West a strong civilization. The spiritual knowledge that …

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Countries that constitute the West are no longer nations, no common values, no unifying forces

The West no common values: Dr. Paul Craig Roberts with Hanne Nabintu Herland, Herland Report

  The West no common values: On Christmas eve in Paris the police were battling violent protesters from the Paris Kurdish community. Clashes of this sort have become common all over Europe. They are the product of “diversity” and “multiculturalism.” Countries that constitute the West are no longer nations. They are conglomerates of populations that have nothing in common. There …

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Religion motivates people to love one another in a way that secularism cannot

Religion motivates people to love one another: The Traditional Western World View: Jerusalem Orthodox Easter, 2022

  For decades, the leading European philosopher and atheist, Jürgen Habermas has emphasized the need for moral development in the secular West. His thinking was initially considered neo-Marxist, following along the lines of the radical Frankfurt School that heavily criticized the bourgeoisie, traditional values in Europe. He sought the answers to how to live the best possible life and be …

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