Welcome to the Anomic Age
The Anomic Age is a weekly web based program hosted by John Age. Each week will offer another piece to the puzzle, with compelling interviews from guests covering a variety of topics. No topics are off limits, but the mainstay of the show will be to examine far-ranging topics from Government Corruption, Conspiracy, Cover-ups, to Propaganda, Health & Wellness, Science, Christianity, and World Events.
The word anomie comes from the Greek anomos, meaning without laws. It is typically attributed to Émile Durkheim, who introduced the term to the scientific community in the late 1800’s. Anomie is used to describe the following states: normlessness, mismatch of standards, moral deregulation, and social instability. More to the point, I use the term anomic to describe our country’s current condition, a state of social instability brought on by an ever increasing decay of any semblance of norms, morality, or ethics.
To anyone paying attention, this is obviously not a surprise. Unfortunately, there seems to be fewer and fewer people actually paying attention. The intent of this program is to educate, inform, to spur people into taking accountability and lawful action.
Thank you for your interests in the program and the topics. Remember: speak the truth, bang the drum, and do your part. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something.
- “International Network” Behind Sri Lanka Easter Suicide Attacks As Death Toll Climbs To 290The death toll in Sunday's devastating wave of Easter Sunday suicide bombings, which rocked three Catholic Churches and four luxury hotels popular with tourists, has climbed to 290, while more than 500 have been injured, making the assault even deadlier than the 2008 Mumbai attacks. As the Sri Lankan government scrambles to apprehend anyone who conspired with the at least seven suicide bombers who carried out Sunday's attacks, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe appealed for international help "to find out if there was ... read more
- “Easter Worshippers”: Obama & Hillary Refuse to Use the Word “Christian” After Sri Lanka AttacksYet they directly referred to "Muslims" following Christchurch mosque attack. ... read more
- Churches Have Become The #1 Target For Hate Attacks – An Average Of 105 Every Single MonthThe bombings in Sri Lanka have once again put a spotlight on the rising tide of violence against Christians all over the world. ... read more
- Sri Lanka Blasts: Radical Islamist Terrorists Blamed, Government Declares National EmergencyA local Islamist terrorist group called National Thowfeek Jamaath was responsible for multiple Easter Sunday suicide bomb attacks against Christians and luxury hotel guests in Sri Lanka, government officials on Monday revealed. ... read more
- ‘Bizarre’ to Care More About Notre-Dame Fire Than Migrant Deaths, French Pupils Told"There is an impression, sometimes, of there being hierarchies in place regarding these emotions." ... read more