This clip, from Dec 2021, has been circulating social media ever since. What’s made it so popular? Perhaps the unvarnished nature of it: opposition MP Pierre Poilievre is trying to get just one question answered and, in a jaw-dropping display, the government’s minister gives up even the pretense of trying to answer him.
“None of the three men believe in Jesus Christ in the traditional religious sense, but they all believe in belief in Jesus Christ…”
It’s been three years now since prominent American congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez announced the world might end in 12 years:
“Millennials and people, you know, Gen Z and all these folks that will come after us, are looking up, and we’re like: ‘The world is gonna end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change, and your biggest issue is how are we gonna pay for it?”
While later backtracking, claiming her statement was “dry humor,” two-thirds of her fellow Democrats believed her. But for those above a certain age, they should have known better: her doomsday prediction was only the latest in a long line of them.
This is a satiric piece from 2011 that turned out to be downright prophetic – it’s about a university’s advanced math class that was 45% Jewish, which is about 20 times the Jewish percentage in the US population. So, racial quotas would say, we need to kick the vast majority of Jews out to allow more of the underrepresented in. It is an attempt to combat racism, not by ending the discrimination on the basis of skin color or ethnicity, but by redirecting it – it’s one wrong being piled atop another in an attempt to make a right. But that can never be (1 Thessalonians 5:15).
A recent trend of facial and vocal tics among teens has shown once again that we really are influenced by what we watch.
In an argument, are you trying to win the point, or the person? That’s something to consider if a friend makes a weak argument you know you can crush. In this video Greg Koukl shows how you can use questions to more gently have your friend lead himself to the right conclusion.