TRPR 115 – News Review 11 February 2019.

Andrew gives his take on the news of the week that the church should be taking note of. Including: Arrested for calling a transgender woman a man on Twitter, Breast Ironing, Call for the abolition of Christian prayer in Parliament, Universities are allowing free speech to be curtailed in favour of ‘rule of the mob’, former equalities chief warns, Jeremy Corbyn wrote a Brexit Letter to May Theresa, 40% of French voters back leaving the European Union, Sweden admits “it can’t control its own borders”, Witches of the social media generation, Aborted Baby Parts Fused Into Mice For ‘Frankenstein’ Experiments, DC Comics – SECOND COMING! and Philippines Drag boy stars!

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The Red Pill Report episode 115.

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

Coming up this week Shorts

19th February- Detransition research case goes forward at the High Court.

25th February witness on sex ed opt-out outside Parliament from 4.30pm

UK News

Arrested for calling a transgender woman a man on Twitter

Pensioner gets apology from police after questioning over trans comment

Breast Ironing

Schools to start teaching ‘mindfulness

Call for the abolition of Christian prayer in Parliament.

The link is :- https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/237423

Universities are allowing free speech to be curtailed in favour of ‘rule of the mob’, former equalities chief warns

Married dad having therapy to turn his back on homosexuality

Brexit News

Jeremy Corbyn wrote a Brexit Letter to May Theresa

France recalls ambassador to Italy as diplomatic row deepens

France conducts long-range nuclear strike drill in chilling message to Vladimir Putin

40% of French voters back leaving the European Union

Donald Tusk: Special place in hell for Brexiteers…

Sweden admits “it can’t control its own borders”

Church news

Witches of the social media generation

Tom Brady’s wife is a witch!

Welby: ‘Who cares’ if you’re Protestant or Catholic

Science News

California Biochemist Sells ‘Gene-Editing Kit’ To The Masses Climate change

World heading for warmest decade, says Met Office

Aborted Baby Parts Fused Into Mice For ‘Frankenstein’ Experiments

World News

DC Comics – SECOND COMING!

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s ‘Green New Deal’

FAQ.PDF

Presidential Race 2020

Elizabeth Warren formally launches 2020 White House bid.

Cuomo announces income tax revenues have dropped by $2.3B

Democrats Outnumber Republicans 10:1 at Liberal Arts Colleges

The slippery slope of Sexual liberation.

Boy Scouts prep to allow girls-only troops

‘children do best with a mother and a father’

Philippines Drag boy stars!

Mary Poppins is branded racist by US academic Close

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TRPR 20 – Andrew reviews this week’s news.

Another week of Trump in trouble, Brexit and Election news; Has Tim Farron lost the plot? Will May lock up the Internet; Can Corbin spend, spend, spend?

Show notes

The Red Pill Report episode 20.

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

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UK Election 2017

UK Election, 48 days to go…

I will probably not comment day by day, but to save me from having to come up with a new unique title each day, how about “UK Election, xx days to go…”?

I have not yet heard much today… I have been busy but the main thing I noticed was that Jeremy Corbyn held his first major general election speech.-

Jeremy Corbyn first speech.

Jeremy Corbyn MP labour party leader

He launched straight in with a rich v poor theme. The working people v the establishment.

He claimed that the media do not want him to win, “Because when we win it is the people, not the powerful, who win.”

“The nurse, the teacher, the small trader, the career, the builder, the office worker, the student,” against the establishment. His ideas sound good.

He talked about not accepting that Britain should be governed by a ruling elite, the City and the tax-dodgers. He also talked of a cosy cartel that rig the system in favour of a few powerful and wealthy individuals and corporations. Again he sounds good.

Corbyn talked of Britain being rigged in favour of the “wealth extractors”.

In many ways, Corbyn sounded more life free market Trump, saying that he is prepared to fight for people in every part of the country, our towns, villages, as well as big cities, to take on the cosy cartels, and those that are hoarding this country’s wealth for themselves. Again that sounds very good.

But he then went on to talk about his vision that a labour government would, “use that wealth to invest in people’s lives in every community to build a better future for every person who lives here.” But this “wealth,” is not the government’s to spend.

While we all can think that, ‘it would be great if someone else paid for us,’ and while it might appear unfair that the rich should be rich… Just planning that we will spend someone else’s money is not really right either.

What he actually shows is that Labour is a STATE “wealth extractors”. As with all socialist ideologies, it wants to spend massive amounts of money but has no method of producing that money. It can not get this money from the poor, they are…. well poor, so it wants to spend the money of the rich.

It is wonderful to have someone else pay for things for you, but I believe that biblically this should be what they are moved to give. The poor are not permitted to remove the wealth of ‘the rich’ to spend on themselves.

“… SOCIALIST GOVERNMENTS TRADITIONALLY DO MAKE A FINANCIAL MESS. THEY ALWAYS RUN OUT OF OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY. It’s quite a characteristic of them. They then start to nationalise everything, and people just do not like more and more nationalisation, and they’re now trying to control everything by other means. They’re progressively reducing the choice available to ordinary people.”

Margaret Thatcher in answer to Llew Gardner for Thames Television.

What we need, it the Gospel, and the rich, employees out of love for their employees and for poor providing out of their wealth. Yes, the Bible instructs the rich to leave the gleanings for the poor, but that is what the rich should give, not what the poor have the right to go and take if it is not given.

I am by no means saying that nothing should be done to sort out the inequity in our society, and the way that a privileged few have too easy a life, money begetting money and poverty leading to almost servitude to the banks or to unscrupulous employers. But I do not believe that socialism or communism is the right answer.

The true and best answer is the Gospel. Christianity lifts people and nations out of poverty. But in the absence of a great Christian revival, we need to be very careful that what we achieve is equity, not thievery.