Quote# 139485

Praying to Jesus has one, specific reward that is far more important than any other...which proves that Jesus answers every prayer...and that is that by proper prayerful request we hit the universal frequency that delivers God's righteous energy for our emotional support. This is the most urgent need that anyone has. Compare it with Jesus Christ going to his crucifixion and the only support he got was his knowledge that he would be resurrected because he had righteously done everything correct according to God's law...and there is no doubt in my mind that this undeserved energy supported you at that time. If we make mistakes we must live with them but we can be guided past them, pay the penalty and begin God's and Jesus' repair programme without any help from me.

NicholasMarks, Religion and Ethics 8 Comments [8/4/2018 1:45:33 AM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 139422

What rights do adults have to deny kids their sexuality?

Human beings are sexual beings, from conception.

Babies touch their genitals and feel good about it. So they repeat time and time again.

As they grow older, they continue to seek and find pleasure out of touching their bodies, they discover where and how they like to touch and be touched.

Preteens and pre-puberty kids are just absolutely curious about their bodies and of their piers male and female. They start having a lot of intentional pleasure by touching and rubbing themselves.

And obviously during puberty their sexuality flourishes, they do learn and seek pleasure out of sex.

So why do we insist that kids cannot have sex, feel pleasure and show themselves? They like it! Showing themselves is part of their sexuality, most do enjoy it . They show and they see. Kids are eager for porn, they learn through porn. And today kids have a lot more knowledge about sex and their bodies thanks to porn that is freely available.

A 13 year old boy does not always have the chance to see a naked 13 year old girl if not through porn. Why deny them this growing and learning experience?

If kids did not enjoy sex we would not find so many of them on Omegle and the likes. They are there. They want to show, they want to see, they want to have pleasure! It's their right.

Adults do not have the right to deny them this their right.

Dumso, Reddit 10 Comments [8/2/2018 7:53:42 AM]
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Quote# 139471

It feels like everyone is trying to get an angle. Every interactions is designed for a specific purpose, everyone is trying to advance themselves. Friendships, partnerships, romantic "relationships", they can always be used as tools and commodities for someone to advance their purpose.

Bitches have played me too many times for me to not be cycnical and ruthless as fuck when I need to be. I'm too intraspective and observant to not be. It is a survival mechanism, also known as "psychopathy". But anyone who fakes shit as a means to an end is a "psychopath". I mean, faking love, faking being genuine, faking infatuation just to get what you want and then bail? That's "psychopathy", and we all have it in us.

It's fucking bullshit. I wish there WAS pure love. 100% innocuous love and positivity spread for no other reason than the sake of it, because you care for your girl/friend/neighbor/whatever. But it ain't that way. Everyone is a "psychopath" looking for a means to an end.

ItheIthe, incels.me 5 Comments [8/3/2018 12:39:18 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 139482

(In response to: "How can the Lord’s plan be merciful or just if it requires every accountable individual to be baptized when billions of people have died without the opportunity to hear the gospel and choose baptism?")

Your are assuming that God owes humanity a favor when we chose rebellion over obedience.If we all were to receive justice,we'd be vaporized in a millisecond.Just be thankful that there is a chance for salvation,and take advantage of it,but don't wait too long.

No person will be unfairly judged,because God is just and merciful to all who believe,and doesn't desire anyone to be condemned.A person's sins condemn him or herself,not God.He is bound by His own nature,which demands holiness,only possible through Christ,where justice and mercy meet.

So is it unfair that someone dies without ever hearing the gospel?No,only that anyone is ever saved at all.We are all defendants and not in any position to sit in judgement of our Creator and Judge.The cool thing is that He has already punished the sins of the faithful by having His own Son take the punishment,and then looks at them as if they are as sinless as His own Son.

Rick Tuit, Quora 6 Comments [8/4/2018 1:44:50 AM]
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Submitted By: Denizen

Quote# 138146

"Today's Laugh 6-16-18"

Pelosi: "Bill, you and Hillary need to just...go away. Please? You're killing us!"

Voice on phone: "Sounds like somebody didn't take her TDS pill. I had mine. Haven't made a delusional anti-Trump rant all day."

Pelosi: "I did take it. That's why I finally said something coherent!"

Mick Williams, Disqus - Faith & Religion 5 Comments [6/16/2018 9:10:08 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 139444

Muslims were right all along, they just lack the economic opportunities but give it to them and I will take a place like the UAE over any Western country. In the West people often associate Muslims with crime but in Muslim countries there is very little crimes because they kill murderers and cut off rapists cocks and thieves hands, the problem in the West is not Muslims, its leftist justice laxism, weak weak justice that let criminals walk free.

Farhandlir, r/MGTOW 15 Comments [8/2/2018 3:09:32 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 44109

(about that joke post-rapture mail delivery service, created by atheists to poke fun at the raptards)

They probably wouldn't deliver them. But after the Rapture....maybe they will read them.......will pray about sending them one.

HVAC, RR 15 Comments [8/3/2008 6:19:13 AM]
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Quote# 44071

I, too, think there is plenty of evidence for the flood. It's no coincidence that in the state of Arizona you have the petrified forest, the Grand Canyon, a giant crater, and there is ancient lava rock that looks like it's just coming up from out of the ground. When you put all those together it takes me to the Genesis account of the flood when the ground opened up and released it's waters, the sky opened up and released all it's waters, and along with all the opening up were other catastrophes.

NewWorldOrder, Rapture Ready 46 Comments [8/3/2008 6:24:19 AM]
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Submitted By: Wilhelm

Quote# 44083

excuse me, but what is so hard to understand when the bible describes the act? man lying with man as he would a woman. homosexuality, just as it is with sex between heterosexuals before marriage, is a sin. Jesus even said that looking at someone with lust in your heart is the same as adultery. even if someone is a "closet" homosexual that has never acted on it, their thoughts of lust is the same thing. people want to hang on to their sin and never want to let it go. the point about GOd's love and the lenghts He went to to prove it, even the greatest sinner isn't too far for Him to redeem and make a new creature. He is the one who made you, knows everything about you, and still loves you. despite knowing our sins, that we'd reject Him, and that He had to die for His plan of remeption to be fulfilled, He still gave up His life and took our place on the cross. the main reason why people don't want to accept His forgiveness is because they would have to admit that they're a sinner in need of that redemption.

doug in jax fl, Topix 29 Comments [8/3/2008 6:41:25 AM]
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Quote# 44155

My whole household thinks I've taken a long leap... (roll eyes smiley)- but I just smile and they "tolerate" me! I've spent this year cleaning, organizing, restocking our Y2K closet with things "just in case". Just last week the Lord was prompting me to stock up on a certain food item - ran into a great deal and bought 21 boxes of it. Hubby just rolled his eyes, kids look at me (whisper smiley) "yeah, Mom's at it again..."

I've "known" for the past 30+ years that I would not die - just a strong sense I've always had. Have also had a strong sense that my one Aunt was a kind of Methusaleh to me: she wouldn't die until VERY shortly before the Rapture (as the original did just before Noah entered the ark...) Well, she's now 103, and for the first time ever, starting to spend more time in bed than out. Now, I realize, this is all personal "sensing", but even we, as poor, sinful parents, love to leave "hints" about the joys we plan for our children...how much more has our Father left His Word, and signs and "sensings" through things like this thread??!

It's a hard walk - one daughter just entering college after years of wondering what to do with her life, (would love to see her develop and grow - is there time??) another NOT walking with the Lord anymore, (Lord, please draw her back to your heart) a son confused and trying to listen, yet the world is strong(Help him cling to the truth, Father)...one daughter passed away three years ago, leaving a son for us to raise, (praise You that she is with You, Lord...but he's SOOO active, and I'm SOOO tired..)yet another child with Asperger's - wondering how to prepare her for the "real world" -- all the while on the other hand WATCHING with abated breath!!! Trying to keep my "feet" on the ground with everyday life, yet feeling like Uncle ?? in Mary Poppins who just keeps laughing at the prospect of what's to come and lifting off the floor!!!

COME Lord Jesus!! (Yeah! smiley)

Camfew, Rapture Ready 55 Comments [8/3/2008 7:30:45 PM]
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Quote# 44184

Could mental illness explain atheism and non Christian religions?
Jesus's message was simplke- worship him as god, or burn in hell.

WHY are there people who choose damnation over salvation?
Are they mentally ill? Are they stupid?

Athiests are usually too stupid to understand Hellfire is not a good thing...

Toad Face, Yahoo! Answers 73 Comments [8/3/2008 9:40:33 PM]
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Submitted By: doomie 22

Quote# 44165

Well, one thing to take into consideration is abortion. I have talked to several people who said that they would have considered adoption over abortion IF they wouldn't have had to worry about the adoption agency placing the child with a gay couple instead of a decent, normal family. There are a growing group of people out there who will not rule out abortion until gay adoption is stopped. So, in that sense, more babies could be saved by outlawing gay adoption.

Rupert Durmoch, ANTI-Gay Marriage 65 Comments [8/3/2008 9:41:57 PM]
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Submitted By: Kimby

Quote# 124074

[Commenting under "Rhodesia issues ‘scorched earth’ threat – archive, 1966"]

Ian Smith was a true patriot, a hero. Eternal respect. The British hurt the white race more than many other hostile tribes, the Boear war and their foolish stance against the Germans in the Second World War(I love the song by No Remorse - The War was Wrong)

MentalKenny, The Guardian 4 Comments [1/30/2017 6:58:21 PM]
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Submitted By: JeanP

Quote# 44204

[Uh oh, better get right with God soon guyz!!]


Before the Tribulation starts, maybe Av 10, 5768 (Monday, August 11, 2008. Let's be ready from now until it takes place.

Sacrifice of the red heifer when she is four years old (she is past 3.5 now)
Priests, purified with the ashes of the red heifer, should start building the Temple soon after the Rapture.

PENTECOST, Sivan 6, 5769 (Friday, May 29, 2009) Beginning of the 2300 days of Dan. 8:12-14 (Jewish inclusive reckoning).
The first beast of Rev. 13 will reign. The Peace Treaty will be in effect.

The 1260th day, Heshvan 23, 5773 (Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012, by Inclusive reckoning). The False Prophet will begin his reign.

2300th day of the Tribulation
It should be the FEAST OF TRUMPETS, Tishri 1, 5776 (Sunday night or Monday, September 14, 2015), the DAY OF THE PRE-WRATH RAPTURE, the DAY OF THE LORD, and the DAY OF GOD'S WRATH
The 7 Trumpet judgments will be sounded by angels, not God

THE SEVEN-MONTH GAP (Eze. 38:18-20; 39:12,13)

7 months after the Day of God's Wrath in a Hebrew Leap Year,
Nisan 1, 5776 (the Saturday Sabbath, April 9, 2016)

Marilyn Agee, http://www.prophecycorner.com 40 Comments [8/4/2008 1:41:24 PM]
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Quote# 139429

Now working in a slaughterhouse

It is as gory as hell as I see cows getting there throats cut before there skin is peeled off just like a banana, blood and guts everywhere, this is what i want to happen to all them God dam fucking normies, It might be motivation for me to be the next Jack the ripper

Murdoch89, incels.me 18 Comments [8/2/2018 10:54:09 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 134354

Confronting a Sexual Rite of Passage in Malawi

The world has many coming-of-age traditions: sweet sixteens, bar mitzvahs, quinceañeras. But in one African country, 'initiation' is endangering the health of girls and boys.

 Grace Mwase, 14, may look like a child, but her community sees her as an adult because of a sexual initiation she attended at age 10. (Beenish Ahmed)

CHIRADZULU, Malawi — A slight frame gives her the appearance of a child, but the hardened look Grace Mwase wears makes her seem older than her 14 years. In many villages across Malawi, a largely agrarian sliver of a country in southern Africa, custom dictates that both boys and girls as young as eight attend a rite of passage known as “initiation,” after which they are no longer seen as children. The practice is most entrenched in the country's south, where Mwase's Golden Village is located.

Mwase was just 10 when she was led, along with about a dozen other girls, to remote huts outside her village during winter vacation from school in August. The girls were accompanied by older women from their village in Chiradzulu district, near the border with Mozambique. The women, known asanamkungwi, or “key leaders,” told them that when they returned to their villages they should cook and clean—and have sex. According to Mwase, most of the two weeks she spent at the initiation camp were dedicated to learning how to engage in sexual acts. She had been excited for this time with friends away from home, but that feeling quickly gave way to dread as she learned the true purpose of initiation.

“They taught us only how you can handle a man,” she says, looking down at her hands. “So you should be dancing for the man. The man should be on top of you and you should be dancing for him, making him happy.”

The anamkungwi told the girls to lie on top of one another and get a feel for the various positions described to them. They then encouraged the girls to “practice” what they had learned. In fact, girls in Malawi are often told that if they don’t have sex upon concluding initiation, their skin will become dry and brittle. This will mark them for life, and they will be ostracized if they don't complete the custom as their mothers and grandmothers did before them. These guardians often force their daughters to go through with the ritual for fear of breaking with tradition.

“There’s nothing like adolescence. You are either a child or an adult.”

Initiation is a centuries-old practice in the region, according to Harriet Chanza of the World Health Organization. In many agrarian communities, she notes, “There’s nothing like adolescence. You are either a child or an adult.” Initiation is meant to establish the gender norms that boys and girls are expected to follow as men and women. The emphasis on having sex may also have a darker purpose in a country where nearly three-fourths of the population lives below the poverty line. Chanza, who is based in Malawi, says that some parents may actually want their daughters to get pregnant at a young age. A girl is often married soon after she is found to be pregnant, deferring the cost of caring for her and her baby from her parents to her husband.

Mwase was told, "'You are a woman enough'" by an anamkungwi in her village, and informed, "'If you come out [of the initiation camp], you should sleep with a man to cleanse you of your childhood thing.'" Worse, Mwase says though a translator, "They said you should do your sexual cleansing but not use a condom. You should do it plain."

Mwase sits in an uneven plastic lawn chair in an empty hall used for community gatherings as she recounts her experiences. She had walked to our meeting point in Chiradzulu district from her village to speak with foreign journalists, and agreed to discuss a topic that few women are willing to broach because we didn’t share ties to her community or culture. “You’re like a visitor so you don’t know anything,” she says. Conversing with us, in other words, isn't as difficult as telling women in her village how she feels about a custom they might support.

Her small, sharp eyes aglow in the dimly lit room, a grain mill whirring in the background, Mwase says the anamkungwi who oversaw her initiation told her to find an older man to have sex with after she left the camp. In defiance of tradition, however, Mwase refused to do so, fearing the costs to her health from unprotected sex. Like many first-born daughters in Malawi, Mwase was raised by her grandmother. She says her grandmother, who had sent her to the camp, didn't force her to have sex—likely because Mwase never told her about her decision not to do so. If her grandmother had learned the truth, she might have paid a man to take Mwase’s virginity. In some villages, young men hired for this task are called “hyenas,” and they occasionally have sex with many girls in a single village who have gone through initiation together.

Thera Rasing, an anthropologist who has studied girls’ initiations in Zambia,writes that the secrecy surrounding these rituals increased during the colonial era and has remained in place to keep missionaries and churches from “trying to control and christianize these rites.” Still, as abominable as such customs might seem, Rasing adds that initiations are associated with honor for many women: “A woman’s capacity to elicit change, to be powerful and empowered arises from her relative success in being a proper woman. Through this she acquires the respect of her spouse and of the neighbourhood as a moral community. This is what a girl learns during her initiation into womanhood, and that she is told during her wedding ceremony.”

Despite the social role of initiations, there are numerous public health concerns surrounding the custom in Malawi. Young girls largely unaware of the risks are being told to have unprotected sex in a country where a tenth of the population is HIV-positive. (While this figure is on par with other countries in the region, it is far higher than rates elsewhere in the world; 70 percent of AIDS-related deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa.) And teenage pregnancies also abound in Malawi, where one in four teen girls under 18 is a mother (in sub-Saharan Africa as a whole, more than 50 percent of births take place during adolescence). The young age at which girls become pregnant complicates their deliveries and puts them at greater risk for losing their babies, losing their lives, or developing an obstetric fistula—a condition where a rupture in the birth canal leaves women suffering from incontinence and ostracized from their communities.

Girls are taught a dance known as chisamba “as a way of preparing them for their role of satisfying their husbands in bed.”

Female genital mutilation, which often entails the complete or partial removal of the clitoris, is not common in Malawi, though it can take place during similar rites of passage in other parts of Africa. But initiation can leave lasting trauma even without physical injury. The Malawi Human Rights Commission, a government agency, has reported that initiations impinge on girls’ rights to education, health, liberty, and dignity. The Commission further elaborates on some of these rituals, stating that girls are taught a dance known as chisamba“as a way of preparing them for their role of satisfying their husbands in bed,” and that they are made to perform this dance at the end of their initiation “bare-breasted in a very explicit manner as they are being presented to the whole community.” The study also notes, however, that initiation rites vary widely, and that in some communities girls attending initiation are advised not to have premarital sex.

For boys in Malawi, and in several other African countries, initiation sometimes involves circumcision. According to the Malawi Human Rights Commission, Malawian boys live in camps on the outskirts of villages and are occasionally forced to consume foods prepared with urine and “medicine” made with their severed foreskins. The report notes, “Once the boys undergo circumcision they are considered mature and are actually advised to have sexual intercourse with any girl as soon as they go back home.”

Initiations for boys can easily go awry, since the circumcisions are often performed by people without medical training wielding ritual knifes. Last year in South Africa, an estimated 60 young men died after their initiation ceremonies as a result of botched circumcisions and dehydration due to “survival tests.” Local government officials were hesitant to intervene because of “cultural sensitivities.”

“The difficulty with culture is you deal with the [village] chief and he says, ‘I have changed. I have put [in] bylaws [to prohibit initiations]. [Then] you come [back] and [initiations] are quietly being done,” says Jean Mwandira, a specialist in reproductive and adolescent health with the United Nations Population Fund in Malawi.

We speak over dinner beside the glittering but parasite-ridden Lake Malawi. Here in southern Malawi, where initiations are most widespread, girls are often married off as soon as they reach puberty and literacy rates are among the lowest in the country. In the district of Mangochi, which borders the lake,48 percent of teenagers have begun bearing children—the highest incidence in Malawi. Mwandira says it is hard to persuade local leaders here and elsewhere in the country to stop a custom that has such a long history, especially since annual initiations for boys and girls have become a kind of industry.

"Those people who perform such tasks are paid, either in cash or kind, so it's difficult for the whole thing to die [out]," she explains. Even "the chief gets something for allowing that initiation ceremony to take place."

In the face of public scrutiny, those who have a vested interest in keeping the custom alive try to do so covertly. Initiation camps are held outside villages in temporary shelters built just for this purpose and then burnt to the ground once children are sent home, Mwandira says. Adults who aren’t involved in managing the camps are not permitted near them. What’s more, the girls who take part in initiations are loath to talk about them.

I spent a day in Mangochi, asking every young woman I could whether she had been initiated. Each time I got a shy smile and swift ‘no’ in response. This despite what Mwandira told me: “It’s not possible to live in Mangochi and not be initiated.”

In Chiradzulu, a few hours south by car, Grace Mwase was the rare exception willing to speak about her experiences with initiation. When I asked if she wanted her testimony about this deeply private matter to be kept anonymous, she said, “No, use my name.” Her lack of shame may well stem from her involvement in the Girls Empowerment Network, a locally run coalition of young women.

The group is led by a woman named Joyce Mkandawire. She says that when she first arrived in Chiradzulu, where Mwase lives, she was struck by the lack of freedom afforded to girls. “A girl leaves a school [because she is] pregnant, nobody cared. A girl gets married today, nobody cared,” she recalls. Mkandawire is now advocating for new bylaws in local villages to bar teenage girls from getting married. She has also reached out to local headmasters, who notify her when a girl has dropped out of school so that she and the Girls Empowerment Network can try to convince her to return—and to focus on education rather than marriage.

Joyce Mkandawire poses with young mothers from the Girls Empowerment Network. (Beenish Ahmed)

In speaking out about these issues, Mkandawire has inspired girls like Mwase to do the same. About her work as a leader in the Network, she says, “I am there just to help the community and to encourage myself. If there is anything [wrong], I go to the elders and speak to them.” Mwase also goes to the initiation camps outside her village every year to speak to the girls there. “I go to tell them after your initiation, if you go out, don’t do the sexual cleansing thing because it’s bad for us,” she explains.

And she’s pleased with the progress she’s made so far. “If I go talk to them, they listen to me,” Mwase says, breaking into a smile.

The citizens of Malawi, The Atlantic 21 Comments [11/19/2017 1:51:17 AM]
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Quote# 139437

I don't believe in the Armenian Genocide; yes alot of Aremnians died, but it was the result of multiple things, including living in the middle of a Warzone with Great Powers fighting each other on each side combined with private pogroms, but overall not something endorsed or done by the Ottoman Empire or any other state actor.

Iori, AlternateHistory 9 Comments [8/2/2018 3:03:40 PM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 139356

Amazon applauds @KevinYoder on the passage of his amendment to the @DHSgov appropriations bill, H.R. 392, that would remove the per-country limit on green cards. This is an important step towards green card reform, and Amazonians thank you for your leadership on this issue.

There is no European Christendom. There is only one genderfluid system of systems, one vast and immane, interwoven, interacting, multivariate, multinational dominion of dildos. Petro-dollars, electro-dollars, multi-dollars, bitcoin, dickcoin, clitcoin, and shekels. It is the international system of cashless transaction which determines the totality of life on this planet. That is the natural order of things today. That is the atomic and subatomic and galactic structure of things today! And YOU — pro-America dissident — have meddled with the primal forces of nature, and YOU… WILL… ATONE! Am I getting through to you, Mr. Trump? You get up on your little hundred-and-twenty-one inch screen and howl about America First. There is no America. There is no democracy. There is only Facecock, and Twatter, and Amazonia, and Clitflix, HBOrifice, Goolag, and Gamergate. Those are the nations of the world today. What do you think the Russians talk about in their councils of state, Karl Marx? They get out their linear programming charts, statistical decision theories, minimax solutions, and compute the price-cost probabilities of their two bit phishing scams and Facecock ad investments, just like we do. We no longer live in a world of nations and ideologies, Mr. Trump. The world is a college of corporations, inexorably determined by the immutable bylaws of gaysex. The world is a business, Mr. Trump. It has been since man crawled out of the slime. And our genitally malformed anti-social autistic children will live, Mr. Trump, to see that… perfect world… in which there’s no war or famine, oppression or brutality. One vast and ecumenical holding company, for whom all men will work to serve a common profit, in which all men will hold a share of clit ticklers. All hormone replacements provided, all anxieties tranquilized, all boredom amused. And I have chosen you, Mr. Trump, to KNEEL BEFORE ZOG.

CH, Chateau Heartiste 12 Comments [7/31/2018 4:08:45 AM]
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Submitted By: pyro

Quote# 139297

On the other hand, in tropical farming cultures (e.g., in sub-Saharan Africa and the highlands of New Guinea) that traditionally don't use ploughs but instead use light hoes to weed, the women often do the large majority of the farm work, while the men tend to sit around waiting for their womenfolk to feed them. (Plows and draft animals to pull them tend to require large amounts of upper body strength to manage, they are men's work.)

The reason that Western and Middle Eastern plough/dowry cultures compared to tropical hoe/brideprice cultures, where the husband works hard to bring home the bacon, are less tolerant to wifely infidelity and introducing cuckoo's egg offspring fathered by other bio-fathers is because husbands invest a lot more work in their wives and children and thus are less tolerant of wives fooling around on them than in sub-Saharan African hoe cultures.

An extreme caricature of
traditional hoe cultures' style of sexual relations found in America is the ho-pimp culture where the women do all the work and the man invests in making himself sexy in clothing and demeanour to his women, while not demanding sexual exclusivity from them at all.

Steve Sailer, Marginal Revolution  8 Comments [7/29/2018 7:31:23 AM]
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Quote# 139321

Camille Paglia, anti-feminist literary theorist, meditates thusly on civilization and women:

“When I see a giant crane passing on a flatbed truck, I pause in awe and reverence, as one would for a church procession. What power of conception: what grandiosity: these cranes tie us to ancient Egypt, where monumental architecture was first imagined and achieved. If civilization had been left in female hands, we would still be living in grass huts.” [1]

Camille Paglia, Camille Paglia 17 Comments [7/30/2018 5:03:03 AM]
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Quote# 139323

Being anti-social is a guarantee that you're saved. If you agree with society, which is a man-made anti-nature construct, then you're insane. When there's a serial killer around everybody panics and tries to find him/her. These are beings who follow their natural vampire instincts.

Maybe they're malnourished and that's why they break the man-made rules and drink blood and eat humans, We call them cannibals and monsters but nothing they do is in any way wrong because there's no such thing. Nature actually celebrates their actions. Everything is incredibly twisted.

sv3rige, Youtube 10 Comments [7/30/2018 5:03:36 AM]
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Submitted By: hydrolythe

Quote# 139334

We didn’t have a #genderreveal moment on social media.

But my wife and I did plan a private celebration to mark the day we found out our baby’s gender.

We had picked two restaurant options where we would have dinner, depending on what the ultrasound revealed. If our baby was a boy, we would celebrate at the local artisan sausage and beer hall. If a girl, we planned to dine at our favorite all-vegetable restaurant in downtown Los Angeles.

We did not have vegetables that night.

A few months earlier, we were in a Vancouver restaurant enjoying an amazing porchetta sandwich. The doors on this restaurant’s restrooms struck me as subversively old fashioned. Instead of plain white triangles or “all gender” notations, these two washrooms had two different labels. One said “meat” and the other said “bread.”

Is food gendered? It sounds ridiculous. But what does it mean that my wife and I immediately knew that brats and fries for dinner were more appropriate to celebrate our baby boy than kale and candied beets? What does it mean that everyone in that Vancouver restaurant knew which bathroom to use, simply by the “meat” or “bread” signs on the door? Why is it that meat and bread—or meat and vegetables—pair so well together?

It’s because they are not the same. They are different—beautifully different—in ways that enhance and bring the best out of the other. They are dignified, not diminished, by their complementary differences. They are part of a ordered cosmos of binaries—man and woman, light and dark, land and sea, salty and sweet—that bring structure, coherence, and irresistible beauty to life.

Brett McCracken, The Gospel Coalition 14 Comments [7/30/2018 5:49:55 AM]
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Quote# 139371

Islam is the ‘ disease eternal ‘, which managed to hide its true character from the masses – both affected and non affected for quite a long time in history. People considered it a ‘religion’s(of all things !! ) as they were duped by the techniques of deceptions used by the islamists, which they perfected over all this time.

Now that we have learnt sufficiently , and enormously , that islam can never be a religion. If anything, it is the most vile political ideology to conquer the world and plunder its resources using the name of the Arab moon God ‘Alla’ as a subterfuge. This has fooled us over centuries to extract ideological concessions as if it was a religion, true to the term.

It is time to eradicate this poison of islam from this planet. It is a civilisations necessity of highest order now. We must not leave our posterity to be infected by this disease any more and ensure their peace. This is our duty , and nothing less.

Makenomistake, Jihadwatch 11 Comments [7/31/2018 10:37:31 AM]
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Even though born here, RATs are NOT Americans. They’re socialist/globalist filth that are hellbent on destroying our country.

Of course, they want the illegal vote....they can’t win without it. The whole damn lot of em should be hanging from light posts.

lgjhn23, Free Republic 10 Comments [8/1/2018 2:41:21 PM]
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I saw the movie last night. It was idiotic and annoying but the visuals are gorgeous. The local movie critic loved it, of course, because overtly it’s completely anti-white and pro-underclass; an extended, Marxist “five-minute hate. It’s hard to capture the blunt crudity of the movie on these issues.

Far more interesting to me were the multiple levels on which the movie plays out: A jaded, disingenuous synopsis of the first level might be: Crazed global-warming fanatics create a permanent ice age that desolates the planet. A brilliant, white, European, scientist-entrepeneur devises an advanced technology to save a small remnant of humanity. He is charitable enough to save some prole scum and non-Europeans, even though they contribute almost nothing to this survival system. This salvaged lumpen-proletariat eventually revolts against their limited share in the rewards provided to more productive persons. The result is a bloody apocylapse that destroys all humanity except two lumpen proles who will soon be eaten by a polar bear because they have zero Darwinian fitness.

The second level plays out as a mindless, racist scream of hatred against the white race, engineers, entrepeneurs, and ecenomically productive persons in general. The script writers’ and director’s intent seems to be to diminish the humanity of all these persons compared to the underclass in economically developed countries and non-whites everywhere. As an example, the brutal massacre by axe, knife, and club of a classroom of young white children and their pregnant, young school teacher is played for laughs (even more effectively than the machine gunning of a fat woman during the “five-minute hate” in Orwell’s 1984).

On the third level, although it appears unintentional in this case, something happens reminiscent of what Steve Sailer has noticed in another recent movie, Elysium. The white-baiting message that seems to be the primary intent of the movie’s makers is overwhelmed by the overt message of the first level (see paragraph two above) and the grotesque nastiness of the second level, e.g., the school room massacre.

I saw this movie at the Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline, Massachusetts. The audience was composed of the usual, mostly white and Asian, ultra-progressive crowd of local college students, aging hippies, and new class progressives that tends to frequent this theater, salted with a large dose of sci-fi lovers. The audience reaction was very subdued and most left the theater with rather thoughtful miens. My distinct impression was that recent events on our border, instigated by our current third-world leadership, may have made this particular crowd aware that white self-hatred is not a good long-term strategy for preserving one’s current standard of living, freedom, and survivability.

Jus Sayin, Unz 7 Comments [8/2/2018 7:50:26 AM]
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