TITLE

The lady in the gallery may be a kook, but she sees a reality most media don't

AUTHOR(S)
Byfield, Ted; Byfield, Virginia
PUB. DATE
November 1999
SOURCE
Report / Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition);11/08/99, Vol. 26 Issue 41, p62
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Comments on a column in the `National Post' by Paul Wells concerning an incident in Canada's House of Commons. Author's suggestion that the judgment of God will come about as a direct consequence of what a society does; Warning signs that a civilization is near collapse.
ACCESSION #
2459698

 

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