Computer violence turns real.
Richard Swinburne, the distinguished Oxford philosopher and Orthodox Christian, delivered a lecture over the weekend at a Midwest Society of Christian Philosophers conference. The topic? Christian sexual ethics. I can’t find the text of Swinburne’s lecture online anywhere, but he reportedly said some things that offended people in the audience like J. Edward Hackett, who writes, in part:
Everything is in place for Hillary Clinton, every judge is in place, and nothing has been overlooked in what will be the most embarrassing display of voter fraud and deceit ever heaped on a people up to and including the Kim Jong-un “elections” in North Korea, the Manuel Noriega reign in Panama, and the grand theft of California from Bernie Sanders.
If you mention things like the New World Order or suggest Barack Obama is actively driving us towards a one-world government, you generally get treated to a roll of the eyes, a deep sigh, and an offhand comment about being a tin-foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist. But times are changing, and more and more mainstream folk are starting to wake up and smell the coffee that Obama and the global elites are brewing.
Evidence has emerged that militants from Ahrar Al-Sham are planning to use chemical weapons against civilians in Syria and then blame it on President Assad. UN envoy Bashar Ja’afari says he has uncovered a plot by the terrorist organisation to frame Assad for white phosphorus attacks on civilians, which will be blamed on Syrian troops.