The Bardens vs Lanka Case | Chronolgy and documentation

This page is an open series of entries on the Bardens vs. Lanka case. It has been of wider interest since had immediately offered the judgments in the case triggered by Stefan Lanka‘s challenge of 2011 (see documents at the bottom of this... Read More | Share it now!

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The Bardens vs. Lanka Case | an Interview with David Bardens

[Click here for the orginal German version of this interview. Follow http://positivists.org/blog/archives/3881 for the successive case documentation. Olaf Simons asked the questions for positivists.org] Olaf Simons: You are in the headlines with an... Read More | Share it now!

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Der Fall Bardens gegen Lanka | ein Interview mit David Bardens

[The following interview with David Bardens is also available in a provisional English translation. Die Chronologie des Falles dokumentierten wir auf http://positivists.org/blog/archives/3881 Olaf Simons stellte die Fragen für positivists.org] Olaf... Read More | Share it now!

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On the West’s Legal Battles with Russia and on Pre-emptive Strikes from a Japanese Perspective

Milos Rancic’s article about the NATO bombings of Yugoslavia in 1999 and subsequent developments in international affairs have inspired the present author to draft this. It may be too pedantic to begin with the following. There was no UN... Read More | Share it now!

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The seven allegations of the Tom Phillips vs. Thomas S. Monson case

The following lines will exploit the interview Tom Phillips gave to people from Infants on Thrones – The Philosophies of Men, Mingled with Humor (a website whose very title betrays a complex interest Mormon creeds). The interview appeared only... Read More | Share it now!

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Some juridical reflections on the private prosecution of the Mormon leader for fraud (Phillips v. Monson)

This is indeed an interesting case, though, for a number of technical reasons, I do not think that this private prosecution goes to trial. Having said that, I think that the key question for English courts (as distinct from Scottish courts) would be... Read More | Share it now!

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The case of Tom Phillips vs. Thomas S. Monson, President of the Mormon Church – religion as fraud?

Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ, appearing to Joseph Smith

I jump (from here) to another religion which will allow us to focus on one of the side aspects we have been discussing thus far rather indirectly. The British Telegraph has been reporting on the legal procedures against Thomas S. Monson, president of... Read More | Share it now!

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