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PI Newsletter #50

  1. My family escaped socialism, now my fellow Democrats think we should move the party in its direction

“Despite my working-class immigrant roots, I am concerned by the popularity of socialism within my party. On the night of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s victory in New York, I thought her use of the term was a misnomer. Then I began studying the views of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), the rapidly growing national organization she belongs to, and was disturbed by what I learned.”

“Like those of yesteryear, today’s socialists believe the government should nationalize major industries, propose eliminating private ownership of companies, and reject profits. In other words, democratic socialism is a lot like the system my family fled, except its proponents promise to be nicer when seizing your business.”



Beware of social democrats.

  1. “It is the Quran That Must Be Read”. Extremist Persecution of Christians, May 2018

  • “Churches and individual Christians have faced increased restrictions in recent months, raising concerns that these pressures signal a coordinated campaign of intensified action against churches by the governing authorities.” — Middle East Concern, Algeria.
  • A Muslim man walked into a cathedral and threatened to blow it up for preaching the Gospel and not the Koran. — France.
  • “The Indonesian government should revisit the country’s blasphemy law…. To honor religious freedom as enshrined in Indonesia’s constitution, the government must respect all religions and stop criminalizing Christians when they are merely exercising their right to free speech.” — International Christian Concern, Indonesia.


  1. U.N. Declares Climate Crisis, Ignores Mass Migration as Cause

United Nations officials made front-page news recently, issuing a report claiming the purported consequences of climate change in the coming years will be more dire than previously estimated.

The report chiefly blamed increased greenhouse gas emissions for a rise in global temperatures and warned that transforming the world economy on an unprecedented scale will be required to avoid catastrophe.

Compiled by over 90 authors from 40 countries, the report also details the effects of climate change on migrants. Nowhere to be found in the report, however, is the problem whose name apparently must not be spoken: the destructive impact of mass migration on the environment.


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