Tag Archives: polemic

A House of Cards

A society without an ontological moral watchdog effectively polices itself – it justifies its own actions to the point where it expresses moral outrage and indignation when questioned on its actions, as is currently playing out on the Nkandla stage: … Continue reading

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Man’s Gadarene Folly

There is an interesting school of thought in which it is hypothesized that the accommodating stance of European democracy has become the seed of its own destruction! The Christian roots of Europe are undeniable, a culture where its Christian values … Continue reading

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An Opinion – Osama bin Laden

‘He who lives by the sword, dies by the sword’, or so the saying goes. On September the 11th, 2001 an unparalleled incident of terror was launched when a number of commercial jet liners were hijacked, two of which were … Continue reading

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