The Christian Institute is holding meetings in Bridport and Salisbury.

The Christian Institute is holding meetings in Bridport and Salisbury.

The meetings will aim to encourage Christians to be confident and effective in taking a stand as salt and light in our nation. Myself and Communications Officer Pádraig O’ Halloran will talk about concerns facing Christians today, such as:

Bridport

Wednesday 4 July, at 7:30pm – 8:45pm

Chardsmead Baptist Church
Victoria Grove, Bridport, Dorset,
DT6 3AD – View map

Contact: Mr Peter Bruce 01308 458478

Salisbury

Thursday 5 July, at 8:00pm – 9:15pm

Bishopdown Evangelical Church
Bishopdown Road, Salisbury,
SP1 3DU – View map

Contact: Gavin Walker 07842 241612

Family

The Bible teaches that parents should have primary responsibility for raising their children. But the state has a growing tendency to overreach its proper role and undermine parental authority. We will bring you up to date.

Gospel Freedom

Free speech and religious liberty are under threat because of a failure to understand true tolerance and the roots of our historic democratic freedoms. The impact of equality law is just one example. We will explain more.

Gender Ideology

Radical gender ideology is being pushed by the media and the Government plans to make it easier to change legal sex. At the same time, transgenderism is being promoted in schools. We will consider how Christians should respond.
For all the details about these meetings please see our leaflet.

The press paint Tommy and you EVIL!

There was a time… or maybe there wasn’t, but we like to think there was a time when the press reported on the facts of a case, it did not act as a propaganda machine.

But let us take a look at the Mail Online’s reporting about Tommy Robinson,’s arrest. A great many other mainstream media articles were very similar.

“Far-right demonstrators”

Image above. “Far-right demonstrators” there were hundreds if not thousands of demonstrators. How did the Mail survey their political leaning? You could surmise that they were “Outraged Robinson supporters” or “Free speech supporters”. But how can you tell that they all were Far-right? If I was free and local I would have been there and I am far from Far-right… well as it is normally defined.

“EDL founder”

We this is factual but is it accurate. OK, this is a quote from Wikipedia, but I believe this is accurate. “On 8 October 2013, Quilliam held a press conference with Robinson and Kevin Carroll to announce that Robinson and Carroll had left the EDL. Robinson said that he had been considering leaving for a long time because of concerns over the “dangers of far-right extremism”. Robinson said that it was still his aim to “counter Islamist ideology […] not with violence but with democratic ideas”. Ten other senior figures left the EDL with Robinson and Carroll, and Tim Ablitt became the EDL’s new leader” So yes he did found the EDL, but when it became infiltrated within Tommy’s words “far-right extremism” he left it.

But almost everywhere the mainstream media introduce the subject of Tommy Robinson they start by saying the founder of the EDL. Why? Presumably to start you off believing that Tommy is an extremist before you start to read the story.

“Caught filming outside a court”

Was he “caught” filming? Who caught him? Before he started to film there were police outside the court. He talks with them about where he is allowed to film, (because of a restriction on him from an earlier case). His film was a live broadcast on Facebook. He was not caught filming in that he was not trying to hide the fact that he was filming, he was picked up for filming or arrested filming. But not caught filming. Again, in my opinion, you here have an attempt to suggest, subterfuge or that Tommy was doing something in secret, but that was discovered.

Tommy is no angel.

I have not problem admitting that Tommy is no angel, nor that he has a less than perfect past. But if he left the EDL because it was too racist and too far-right, it is nothing but propaganda to always introduce him as the founder of the EDL. Have the decency to let protestors define their own political standing. Report the facts, leave propaganda to your opinion columns.

TRPR 58 – Oppression of Free Speech

This weeks theme is… well really the opposition to free speech that we have now in the UK. Still, on this theme, we have an interview with Street preacher Ian Sleeper who was arrested and held for 13 hours in a police cell after displaying placards depicting love for Muslims and criticising the ideology of Islam.

Show notes

The Red Pill Report episode 58.

Welcome and thanks for listening.

Introduction

Welcome to The Red Pill Report

Thanks for listening and a brief explanation of who and what The Red Pill Report is.

News

Israel destroyed the nuclear reactor being built just north of Damascus.

Christians go into hiding as Turkish forces and Syrian rebels seize Afrin.

European auditors slam EU’s funding of Turkey, ‘limited effect’

Fake child refugee convicted of brutal rape and murder of German student

Russian spy: EU recalls Russia ambassador after nerve agent attack

March For Life

UK: Islamization Full Speed Ahead

Christian preacher arrested in Barking for hate speech has charges dropped

Ian Sleeper Held for 13 hours before release.

UK Govt accused of ‘vague and confusing’ approach to extremism

Met Police – What is hate crime?

Humanzees: The Push To Make Human-Chimp Hybrids

Roger Kiska speaks to BBC Radio Kent about the rise in adoption by same-sex couples

Ian Sleeper

Interview with Ian Sleeper.

This week we are pleased to have an interview with Street preacher Ian Sleeper

He was arrested and held for 13 hours in a police cell after displaying placards depicting love for Muslims and criticising the ideology of Islam.

With the advice and support of Christian Legal Centre, he was then informed by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) that no charges would be brought against him.

Let us listen to his story of how he ended up spending 13 hours in police custody.

Follow Ian on Twitter.

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