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On tonight's show, we will be playing, in it's entirety, the interview that's been making the rounds of the internet between Jeremy Paxman and Russell Brand. We'll also be addressing the repeated and overemotional clarion call that still seems to occur over the word "Benghazi" when it's leveled at the President. We'll speak of Russell Brand's chutzpah and the Tea Party need for "justice" for Benghazi.
On tonight's show, the crew of QIR misfits will be revisiting Russell Brand's now-infamous interview with Stuffy White Male avatar Jeremy "Old Guard" Paxman and what Russell's refusal to participate in the system means. We will also be touching upon Kanye West, again, but only briefly, because his mouth is even bigger than his ego, and we will be attempting to make some sense of the Benghazi hysteria on the part of the Republicrats.
On this episode, believe it or not, we are going to be talking about the recent Russell Brand interview with Jeremy Paxman. Brand goes from understanding the failures (to some degree) of the current social policy to his own utter failure to understand the principles of economics in a flash. He does make an impassioned plea to question authority as well as a fervent call to revolution. Is the man just nuts? Join us to find out what the Annoying Peasants think.
This should be a thought provoking and fun episode of the Annoying Peasant Radio Show. We welcome all to be part of the show, whether you want to listen in, join the lively chat or give us a call with your questions or comments.
Christians in Egypt remained imprisoned for 'insulting Islam'. According to Middle East Concern, appeals against the convictions of two Christians jailed for offending Muslims have been rejected. Mak-rem Diab has been sentenced to six years in prison for reportedly insulting Muhammad during a heated discussion with another teacher. And a student, Ga-mal Mass-oud, was sentenced to three years for posting material deemed offensive to Islam on his Facebook page.
Many Arab Christians are coming to the U.S. to escape persecution. According to Persecution.org, hundreds of Christians are fleeing their homes in the Middle East due to persecution and political turmoil and coming to America. The Arab Refugee Christians in the USA is one organization that is trying to help. A report stated that Christians constituted about 20 percent of the overall population of the Mideast a century ago, but it has dropped to five percent in recent years.
British media criticize Christians who believe in creationism as stupid and extreme. According to the UK's Christian Institute, the BBC has admitted that news anchor Jeremy Paxman offended Christians when "talking about religious hogwash and saying that stupid people believed in a literal understanding of Genesis." During an interview with evolutionist Richard Dawkins, Paxman also categorized Christians as extremist and in the same class as totalitarian Muslims. The BBC admitted that the remarks were 'offensive' but offered no further conciliation.
The Bible says in 2 Timothy 4:3-4: "For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables."
You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com
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