TRPR 131 – News Review 20 May 2019.

Andrew gives his take on the news of the week that the church should be taking note of, including, The police leading several hundred Muslims to disrupt a Tommy Robinson campaign rally in Oldham, Tommy Robinson Court case, Guy Verhofstadt vision of a federal Europe, Methodist report backing same-sex marriage, Microsoft Word will change your words to be ‘gender inclusive’, Alabama passes bill banning abortion, Homeland Security flying migrants out of Texas to locations throughout the U.S, and Male makeup is catching more men’s eyes.

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TRPR 121 – News Review 17 March 2019.

Andrew gives his take on the news of the week that the church should be taking note of, Including; New Zealand mosque shooting, Leading Porn-Addicted Countries, Thousands of teenagers in care living without adults, a social worker can never express Christian views! Police caught out by street preacher evidence, BBC bias and Brexit betray, Mississippi House passes fetal heartbeat abortion bill, Wisconsin Judge Rules State Must Pay For Gender Reassignment Surgeries.

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The Red Pill Report episode 121.

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

New Zealand mosque shooting

Why does an attack on a mosque get so much coverage?

Nigerian Muslim Militants Kill 120 Christians in Three Weeks

Islamophobia behind the far-right rise in the UK, a report says

UK News

The Outrageous Sex Ed in England

Leading Porn-Addicted Countries

Thousands of teenagers in care living without adults

A social worker can never express Christian views!

Police caught out by street preacher evidence

Brexit News

BBC bias and Brexit betray

Yellow vest protests: Violence returns to the streets of Paris

Science News

Student Climate Strikes

World News

Chinese Communist fear the “Western” influence of Christianity

Mississippi House passes a fetal heartbeat abortion bill

The slippery slope of Sexual liberation.

A black Bond

Wisconsin Judge Rules State Must Pay For Gender Reassignment Surgeries

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TRPR 119 – News Review 4 March 2019.

Andrew gives his take on the news of the week that the church should be taking note of. Including, Police leader calls for laws to allow positive race discrimination, Islamic State Returnees Allegedly Recruiting in Sweden, Sweden: UPS suspends deliveries in heavily Muslim “no-go zone,” citing attacks on drivers, Two street preacher arrested, A record number of robots were put to work across North America in 2018, report says, And further censorship of conservative speech.

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The Red Pill Report episode 119.

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.

But First

Trunews.

UK News

Hospitals and schools struggling to cope with population surge

‘Right to rent’ checks breach human rights – High Court

Police leader calls for laws to allow positive race discrimination

Brexit News

Islamic State Returnees Allegedly Recruiting in Sweden

Sweden: UPS suspends deliveries in heavily Muslim “no-go zone,” citing attacks on drivers

Church news

Two street preacher arrested.

Ask the Home Secretary to protect street preachers

Science News

A MONTH WITHOUT SUNSPOTS:

Technology News

Alexa, call the police!

A record number of robots were put to work across North America in 2018, report says

YouTube bans comments on all videos of children

Facebook Insider Leaks Docs; Explains “Deboosting,”

Facebook bans Tommy Robinson’s page

Amazon bans “Mohammed’s Koran” by Tommy Robinson

An Exposé of the Fake News BBC

The slippery slope of Sexual liberation.

Martina Navratilova sorry for transgender ‘cheat’ language as she re-enters debate

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TRPR 60 – Is the UK government lying to us?

This week there are a number of serious item than Andrew has to talk to us about including, Is the UK government leading us into war?

Show notes

The Red Pill Report episode 60.

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

Archbishop of Wales casts doubt on the Resurrection.

China bans online Bible sales in bid to tighten grip on Christianity

UK: Funding Textbooks That Teach Children to Blow Themselves Up

Syria war: Trump condemns Syria for ‘chemical attack’ on Douma

Child poverty: Pale and hungry pupils ‘fill pockets with school food’

‘Intolerant’ Ofsted challenged over sex questions at school inspection

London’s hospitals ‘look like war zones due to gun and knife crime epidemic’

Political correctness is killing people in London. Cops are scared of being called racist.

Police interrogate mum-of-four for tweets critical of trans teen surgery

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BBC website about Police rationing

Do the police have their priorities right?

A main item on the BBC news today has been about how, “Police ‘rationing’ puts public at risk, warns watchdog.”

According to the BBC, the police standards watchdog has warned that some police forces are putting the public at risk by rationing their response as they struggle with cutbacks.

The are saying that some forces are “downgrading” 999 calls, in order to justify responding to them more slowly.

The HMIC’s report found that there are now too few detectives and in some areas an erosion of neighbourhood policing.

The BBC is reporting that 67,000 people suspected of crimes were not entered onto the police national computer – so that all forces were made aware of them. And that some forces had assessed domestic abuse victims over the phone rather than face-to-face.

Some police forces are even assessing domestic abuse victims over the phone rather than face-to-face.

We could go on, but you have got the picture.

Contrast this with the police response to Christians preaching in public.

Michael Overd being arrestMichael Overd and Michael Stockwell, along with another preacher were arrested for preaching the word of God in public, and Michael Overd and Michael Stockwell were found guilty under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 at Bristol Magistrates’ Court, this past Monday.

Is it possible that while there may have been a need for a police officer to attend the preaching event due to the anger of some members of the public? Asking the members of the public, who did not wish to hear the preaching, to move along might have been a better use of police time and money.

But that would not fulfil the “liberal agenda,” (today, of course, liberal means everything but liberal), of those who wish to shut the church up, and prevent the preaching of the Word of God.