Zeitgeist Refuted is a documentary film in response to the bold claims made in Peter Joseph’s Zeitgeist the movie concerning the Christian faith. This film examines the similarities and differences of pagan religions according to history and scholarly opinion. Additionally, it explores the historicity of Jesus. Also discussed are the Jesus Myth Theory and Astrotheology. The viewer will also see a critique of the works of Zeitgeist sources cited in the Zeitgeist bibliography such as Acharya S, Gerald Massey and Jordan Maxwell. This documentary exposes the Freemasonry, Theosophy and New Age influence on Zeitgeist and the Zeitgeist Movement.
MEXICO CITY, Mexico, July 28, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Radical feminists took responsibility for detonating a bomb outside the office of the Mexican Catholic bishops’ conference earlier this week.
The anarchist website Contra Info posted a statement from a group calling itself the Informal Feminist Command of Anti-Authoritarian Action. They said they planted the bomb on July 25 “for every torture and murder in the name of your God!”
The statement also mentioned pedophilia.
Cuernavaca Bishop Ramon Castro said the attack, which didn’t harm anyone, “reflects the situation in Mexico.”
He posted security footage of the explosion on twitter. The Mexican Bishops’ Conference apparently blamed the attack on “hate” but didn’t label it an attack explicitly directed at the Church.
In March 2017, feminists in Argentina staged a bloody fake abortion on a woman dressed as the Blessed Virgin Mary as part of an International Women’s Day protest. Protesters in Buenos Aires tried to burn the city’s cathedral down.
Sermons by radical preacher Anwar al-Awlaki, aired by Iman FM during Ramadan, “amounted to a direct call to action to members of the Muslim community to prepare for and carry out violent action against non-Muslim people.”
This series went on for some time, without complaints from viewers. It is revealing that this station was inciting hatred and violence against the infidel with no immediate outcries from those Muslims who listened.
It is not enough to have the station’s license revoked. The station’s managers should face charges, as should the case every time Muslims broadcast messages that “condone, promote and encourage violent behaviour towards non-Muslim people.”
“‘Imam FM’: Muslim Radio Station Has Licence Revoked After Broadcasting Call to Violence Sermons”, by Virginia Hale, Breitbart, July 28, 2017:
A Sheffield-based Muslim radio station has had its license revoked for broadcasting more than 25 hours of sermons “encouraging and condoning” violence against non-Muslims.
Iman FM had its license suspended earlier in the month by Ofcom for playing lectures by radical preacher Anwar al-Awlaki, but the station claimed it was not aware of his background.
According to the broadcasting regulator, sermons by the infamous al-Qaeda recruiter which were aired by Iman FM during Ramadan “amounted to a direct call to action to members of the Muslim community to prepare for and carry out violent action against non-Muslim people.”
Ofcom further stated that the cumulative effect of al-Awlaki’s statements in the lectures broadcast would “condone, promote and encourage violent behaviour towards non-Muslim people.”
A spokesman for the watchdog told the BBC that Iman Media UK Limited was “unfit to hold a license”, adding: “We have strict rules prohibiting harmful content in programmes likely to incite crime.”
Iman FM, the mission statement of which is “equipping the generation towards a cohesive society”, had previously claimed it had not listened to all the lectures because of time constraints, the broadcasts happening during Ramadan, and its only being a small radio station.
Awlaki was designated a global terrorist by the US Government in 2010, and was described as a ‘leader, recruiter and trainer for al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula’ by the UN Security Council the following year.
His sermons are thought to have inspired terrorist attacks including the attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris in 2015 in which 12 people died and the 2009 Fort Hood shootings, in which 13 U.S. soldiers were killed.
As Breitbart London reported earlier this month, a petition was set up “in support of IMAN FM being allowed to carry on with its radio broadcasts and for Ofcom not to revoke its license,” in response to the radio station’s suspension from air……