There are eternal truths, such as freedom, justice, etc., that are common to all states of society. But communism abolishes eternal truths, it abolishes all religion and all morality, instead of constituting them on a new basis; it therefore acts in contradiction to all past historical experience.
Source and Read about Communism in the last century: http://www.conservativenewsandviews.com/2017/11/07/human/communism-100-anti-moral-years/
A recent study has found that in the public schools, religious students outperform the non-religious:
“Generally, kids who are religious drink less, have less sex, and are more closely supervised by their parents,” noted Horwitz. “These variables explained some of why religious kids do better in school. But my models showed there’s something above and beyond those factors that the survey data couldn’t explain.”
Read more: https://www.thenewamerican.com/culture/faith-and-morals/item/29051-study-religious-students-perform-better-in-school
The study doesn’t appear to single out any particular religion, but I can say that when I was in public high school, members of a certain religion generally did outperform all other groups – the top student in the county for the year was very religious and from that certain religion. It was so noticeable that other students complained that members of that certain religion were getting unfairly favored by teachers. The reality was that the quality of their work was far superior to that being submitted by others. I know because I got to see firsthand the quality of the work being produced. I’ll leave it up to you to guess the religion.
Turkish MP Alparslan Kavaklıoğlu recently stated:
“The fortune and wealth of the world is moving from the West to the East. Europe is going through a time that is out of the ordinary. Its population is declining and aging. It has a very old population. So, people coming from outside get the jobs there. But Europe has this problem. All of the newcomers are Muslim. From Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Turkey. Those who come from these places are Muslim. It is now at such a level that the most popular name in Brussels, Belgium is Mohammed. The second most popular name is Melih [Malih] and the third one is Ayşe [Aisha].”
“the Muslim population will outnumber the Christian population in Europe. This… has increased the nationalistic, xenophobic and anti-Islam rhetoric there. Hence, marginal, small parties have started to get large numbers of votes… But there is no remedy for it. Europe will be Muslim. We will be effective there, Allah willing. I am sure of that.”
It seems rural Canadians are happier than urbanites:
Their chief finding is a striking association between population density – the concentration of people in a given area – and happiness…
“Life is significantly less happy in urban areas,” the paper concluded.
In the region around the city of Toronto, densely populated areas like Toronto, Hamilton and Kitchener stand out as islands of relative unhappiness in a sea of satisfaction in the hinterlands.
Read more: https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/article/People-who-live-in-small-towns-and-rural-areas-12922528.php
As I live in a densely populated area of Ontario, I can say that my happiness has been decreased by the constant theft, vandalism, potential violence, prostitution, and drug use where I live, which is only a couple of blocks from a police station. I can’t let my kids play outside without supervision because I never know who is going to be passing through our neighborhood or what dangers (used needles, etc.) lurk outside. Yes, I would be very happy to leave all that behind.
Never do anything against conscience even if the state demands it.
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