Quote# 134424

(Commenting on story "Mom jailed over son's 'senseless' strep throat death" - story here: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2017/11/21/mom-jailed-over-sons-senseless-strep-throat-death.html)

Lady Checkmate:
Prayers. I don't think the mother wanted her child to pass. Canada hates women, unless those women are self-professed men-hating, extremely angry, militant-feminists, alt-left tools.

We took care of strep ourselves. She's innocent

Lady Checkmate:
A lot of people do. It's very unfortunate.

It's unfortunate the child died but you shouldn't be expected to go to the doctor for everything

Lady Checkmate:
No, doctor's appt.'s should NOT be mandatory.

Lady Checkmate, Disqus - News Network 13 Comments [11/22/2017 9:02:29 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 20996

-Getting women to go to work was not a positive thing for women right, as many women love to believe. I is a scam by to illuminati to tax the other 50% of society.

-Getting women to leave the house is made so that they no longer have kids staying at home, instead children are being teacher in government sponsored mind control camps we call schools. [...]

-women are given this false idea of independance and motivated to go out on there own. What do we have? break up of society! I see many single parents and more and more divorce. Why? Because we are fooled into seeking more and better and loose what we already had. Divorces should not happen. People had set up good structures in place and once the *family unit* is divided, we have easily manipulable host. divide and conquer! A household divided amongst itsefl cannot stand!

the destruction of families and abuse of women is a great problem in our fast pace hell society and it has illuminati manipulation written all over it!

Azrael, The Resistance Manifesto 40 Comments [2/21/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 21056

[On atheists]

You can live however you want, you can saarch for answers, and search, and search, or accept that there is possibly no earthly reason to answer it. I feel bad for you, a life of questions missing their answers. A lifetime of no faith, no reason, no thought process. A life of denial, and refuting, but never giving a solution. I suggest you go to church, you don't need to keep going, but give er another try, it helps even if you don't neccessarily believe, it may do wonders for you, open up some doors.


I pity those without faith, nothing wrong with that, it's called empathy.

Zach Eineman, Myspace 47 Comments [2/22/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Sierra

Quote# 134401

What does it say about Western democracy if the European majorities in them can't even determine their national makeup? Either you believe that Western democratic values and institutions are largely a farce and window dressing, or you agree that the European people have collectively chosen this path on their own will. Neither is flattering to the European people to be honest.

GuineaPi, Reddit 6 Comments [11/20/2017 10:21:46 PM]
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Quote# 134405

There are plenty of real reasons Black and Whites hate each other, and they should be kept apart in my opinion. There's no need to deport anyone, there's a black nationalist group called Hotep that wants the same things as the Alt-Right.

As for Whites and Asians, it inevitably leads to WMAF and isolation for the hapas themselves.

"Hitler would be proud. Did your daddy keep his copy of Mein Kampf?"

My father believed in the multicultural dream and was a hippy in his youth.

WeAreLegion1963, Reddit 11 Comments [11/21/2017 2:34:22 AM]
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Quote# 134419

Praise be to Allaah. Football games that are shown on television include a number of things that are contrary to sharee‘ah:

In most cases -- if not all -- it may come under the category of gambling and betting which are haraam. They involve uncovering of ‘awrahs, mixing of men and women and listening to musical instruments. In addition to that, they are a waste of time, which is spent on something that is not beneficial and distracts one from that which is more beneficial to him in religious and worldly terms.

As that is the case, the Muslim, whether male or female, should not preoccupy himself with that. He should keep himself busy with useful things that will benefit him in this world and in the Hereafter. The scholars of the Standing Committee for Issuing Fatwas were asked: What is the ruling on watching sports tournaments such as the World Cup and so on?

They replied: Football matches that are played for money and similar prizes are haraam, because that is gambling. It is not permissible to accept a prize except in things that sharee‘ah has deemed permissible, namely racing horses and camels, and competing in archery. Based on that, going to matches is haraam and so is watching them [on TV], for the one who knows that they are being played for a prize, because going to them implies approval of them.

But if the match is not for a prize and does not distract one from what Allah has enjoined, such as prayer and the like, and it does not involve anything that is contrary to sharee‘ah, such as uncovering ‘awrahs, mixing of men and women or musical instruments, there is nothing wrong with that or with watching it. End quote.

Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah, 15/238

Shaykh Ibn Jibreen (may Allah have mercy on him) was asked: What is the ruling on women watching football matches for entertainment and to support a team?

He replied:

It is not permissible to watch matches, as the players are usually not dressed properly and some of the thighs show, or the awrah may be outlined by the clothes, and that is a fitnah for women. If the aim is to relax, then that may be done by remembering Allah, reciting Qur’aan, and reading books of hadeeth, fiqh and ahkaam. End quote from the website of Shaykh Ibn Jibreen.

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allah have mercy on him) was asked: What is the ruling on watching football matches that are shown on television?

He replied:

What I think is that watching matches that are shown on television and other events is a waste of time; a smart and wise man would not waste his time with such matters that bring no benefit at all.

This applies if it is free of other evils; if it is accompanied by other evils, such as if the viewer begins to venerate a kaafir player for example, then it is undoubtedly haraam, because it is not permissible for us to venerate the kuffaar at all, no matter how far they have advanced. It is also haraam if the thighs of young men appear, which may result in fitnah. So the correct view in my opinion is that it is not permissible for young men when they play football to let their thighs show, because that involves fitnah, even according to the view that the thigh is not ‘awrah. So I do not think that young men should ever show their thighs. If we say that the thigh is ‘awrah, which is a well-known view of the madhhab of Imam Ahmad, then the matter is clear: it is not permissible in any case.

What I advise our brothers to do is to make good use of their time, for time is the most precious of wealth. End quote.

And Allah knows best.

Shaykh Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid, IslamQA 8 Comments [11/21/2017 2:53:57 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 21114

And I have your back hardcore. I've been throwing their "logic" back in their faces for a couple of days now. Half of them aren't even talking on here anymore lol. All it takes is Scripture. Luke 21:14-15 "But make up your ;mind not to worry beforehand how you will defend yourselves. For I will give you words and wisdom that none of your adversaries will be able to resist or contradict."

Jarad Christian, Facebook 23 Comments [2/23/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Jeremiah

Quote# 134449

The argument, “Only the uneducated reject evolution,” is a logical fallacy on many fronts. It’s an ad hominem fallacy because it attacks the creationist rather than challenging the creationist’s view. It’s a faulty appeal to authority because it appeals to particular experts without acknowledging that many experts dispute the claim of evolution. It’s a “no true Scotsman” fallacy because even though there are many educated creationists, they are reclassified as uneducated since supposedly no truly educated person would reject evolution.

Those who believe that only the uneducated reject evolution perhaps do not realize that evolution, far from fact, does not even qualify as a theory. Evolution is a belief system about the past. Creationists also have a belief system about the past, but it is based on the historical account of the Bible, which claims to be the Word of God (2 Timothy 3:16).

The Apostle Paul was a highly educated man who believed the Scriptures (Acts 22:3; Philippians 3:4–11). When Paul was on trial for his faith and testifying before King Agrippa, the governor Porcius Festus exclaimed, “Paul, you are out of your mind; your great learning is driving you out of your mind” (Acts 26:24). Festus could not attack Paul’s credentials or testimony, but he suggested Paul’s extensive education had driven him to insanity. Paul’s gracious response appeals to the truth and rationality of his faith: “I am not out of my mind, most excellent Festus, but I am speaking true and rational words” (verse 25).

Paul had just explained his testimony how “according to the strictest party of our religion I lived a Pharisee” (verse 5) and how he had fiercely persecuted the first followers of Christ (verses 9–11) until his dramatic encounter with Jesus Himself (verses 12–18). He went from persecuting to proving Christ (9:20–22). Jesus appointed Paul as His witness (26:16) “to open their eyes, so that they may turn from darkness to light and from the power of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and a place among those who are sanctified by faith in me” (verse 18).

Paul had lived faithfully to Christ’s commission, calling both Jews and Gentiles to “repent and turn to God, performing deeds in keeping with their repentance. For this reason the Jews seized me in the temple and tried to kill me. To this day I have had the help that comes from God, and so I stand here testifying both to small and great, saying nothing but what the prophets and Moses said would come to pass: that the Christ must suffer and that, by being the first to rise from the dead, he would proclaim light both to our people and to the Gentiles” (verses 20–23).

So Paul not only had a personal testimony, but he also had the support of specific prophecies made hundreds of years before Jesus was born, which Christ perfectly fulfilled. 2 Let’s look at a few of these prophecies about the Messiah:

Paul pointedly asked, “King Agrippa, do you believe the prophets? I know that you believe” (Acts 26:27). King Agrippa was apparently familiar with the Scriptures (verses 2–3). He also must have heard reports of Christ’s life, death, and Resurrection, since there were more than 500 eyewitnesses (Luke 1:1–4; Acts 1:1–3; 1 Corinthians 15:6). Paul asserted, “For the king knows about these things, and to him I speak boldly. For I am persuaded that none of these things has escaped his notice, for this has not been done in a corner” (Acts 26:26).

So King Agrippa was faced with a true and rational testimony of an educated man, a clear explanation of the gospel, the verification of eyewitnesses, and the fulfillment of prophecies. Sadly, King Agrippa put off personally turning to the truth: “In a short time would you persuade me to be a Christian?” (verse 28). Paul gave further evidence of Christianity in his response—the evidence that he and many others were willing to give up everything, even their own lives, for the sake of the gospel: “And Paul said, ‘Whether short or long, I would to God that not only you but also all who hear me this day might become such as I am—except for these chains’” (verse 29).

People today have as much evidence as King Agrippa had and even more because we have the completed Scripture with the addition of the New Testament to the Old Testament. Beyond these evidences, we have what AiG calls the ultimate proof of creation in that naturalism/materialism cannot provide any basis for laws of logic, absolute morality, and the uniformity of nature, yet the Bible gives us the basis for these. As Paul wrote in Romans 1:18–32, those who suppress the truth about the Creator are fools, no matter how educated they are. On the other hand, those who have repented and trusted Christ have nothing to boast about except in the Lord, who by the message of the Cross saves sinners, no matter how uneducated.

Unknown author, Answers in Genesis 7 Comments [11/22/2017 11:51:16 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 134461

[On Nostalgia Chick's "Dethroning Moment"]

This may just be for petty political reasons, but mine comes from her review of ''RENT''. For context, she replied to the line "Let he among us without sin be the first to condemn" with "I have literally never sinned in my life". Excuse me, miss. But I am pro-life. I know you filmed your abortion. For me, THAT is a sin! Thus, I felt this comment came off as pretentious at best and arrogant at worst.

whunt, TVTropes 7 Comments [11/23/2017 1:56:17 AM]
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Quote# 134348

Question: "Was Yahweh originally a Edomite or Canaanite god?"

Answer: The idea that Yahweh started out as an Edomite, Midianite, or Canaanite deity is a modern myth promoted by secular scholars. The starting point for these theorists is an anti-scholarly bias against the possibility that God is who the Bible says He is, namely, the one-and-only Creator, Author of life, Judge, and Savior of the world (Genesis 1:1; 18:25;Acts 3:15; John 3:16). Rather than acknowledge that God made man in God’s image (Genesis 1:26–27), they assume that man made God in man’s image. And when you begin with a premise that is an error, you’re guaranteed an invalid conclusion.

The false theory that Yahweh, the God of the Bible, was created out of the chief god of Edom with influence from Midian relies on the following points:

• During the Exodus out of Egypt, Israel had to pass by the nations of Edom and Midian on their way to the Promised Land (Canaan). During their forty years in the wilderness, as they fashioned a new religion, Israel was supposedly influenced by Edom’s and Midian’s religious beliefs.

• The Midianites—descendants of Midian, a son of Abraham (Genesis 25:1)—had a priest named Reuel (Exodus 2:18) or Jethro (Exodus 3:1 and later). Moses, the author of the first five books of the Bible, marriedJethro’s daughter. Moses then presumably brought much of his father-in-law’s theology into his own new religion and our Scripture, including Jethro’s god(s).

• God’s name in Scripture is transliterated from the Hebrew as YHWH, probably meaning “I Am” (Exodus 3:13–14). There is an obscure reference in a 13th-century BC Egyptian document to a region in Edom associated with JWH, possibly indicating that JWH was a national god of Edom. Of course, the spelling JWH is similar to YHWH.

• Edom, populated by descendants of Esau (Abraham’s grandson and Israel’s/Jacob’s brother), worshiped a local god named Qos; certain Bible verses show that Israel’s God acted locally and in some of the same places as Qos; therefore, the Hebrew concept of God may be based on Edom’s Qos. Some Bible verses referring to areas within Edom include the following:

Deuteronomy 33:2 – “The LORD [Yahweh] came from Sinai and dawned over them from Seir; he shone forth from Mount Paran.”

Judges 5:4–5 – “When you, Lord, went out from Seir, / when you marched from the land of Edom, / the earth shook, the heavens poured, / the clouds poured down water. / The mountains quaked before the Lord, the One of Sinai, / before the Lord, the God of Israel.”

Habakkuk 3:3a – “God came from Teman, the Holy One from Mount Paran.”

This last error—that Yahweh is linked to the god of Edom because of His localized actions—is especially inexcusable for any serious scholar. Verses throughout the Bible speak of God’s appearing and acting in many specific locations. There is no logically sound reason for concluding that Moses and all the Bible writers after him were confused about whether God was some petty, magical deity haunting the neighborhood or the Being greater than the universe He created. In fact, the remainder of Habakkuk 3:3 lays the question to rest: “His glory covered the heavens and his praise filled the earth.” This is not a description of a local god. See alsoDeuteronomy 10:14; 2 Chronicles 2:6; Psalm 19:1–4; and Hebrews 1:10–12.

So, the whole theory that Yahweh was borrowed from local mythologies in Edom and Midian rests on 1) Israel’s route through the desert, 2) Moses’ choice of a wife, 3) a similarly spelled word, and 4) mentions of Edom in the Bible. It’s not much to go on, but it’s all the theorists have. When you reject the truth of God’s revealing Himself in Scripture, you’re left to grasp at straws.

Sadly, the confusion about Yahweh’s being an Edomite or Midianite god is common among modern scholars. They “discover” tiny clues from which they fabricate entire myths—all of which just happen to “disprove” the Bible. They even claim to know more about ancient cultures and beliefs than the very people who lived at that time, spoke that language, read those Scriptures, and worshiped that God. The Bible refers to such scholars as “claiming to be wise, they became fools” (Romans 1:22).

Fortunately, there is plenty of excellent scholarship, both Christian and secular, to refute the notion that Yahweh was an outgrowth of various pagan gods. There is much study being done that continues to astound the world by proving again and again the Bible’s amazing historic, geographic, scientific, and spiritual accuracy. Of all the thousands of holy books in the world, only the Bible has survived every attempt to destroy or discredit it, coming through each attack with even more confirmation that it is the error-free, inspiredWord of God (Psalm 119:89).

Got Questions, Got Questions 12 Comments [11/19/2017 1:41:16 AM]
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Submitted By: FSM

Quote# 134437

But the reality is that I have the conscious power to choose in how and when (and if) to satisfy my wants.  This is what makes us human and distinguishes us from the predictable pre programmed behaviour of animals.  So I will continue to employ my God given power to choose to witness to the reality of God's existence.  There is nothing incoherent about the power of our souls to consciously choose our thoughts, words and actions.  It is only incoherent if you try to make it comply with the endless physical chains of cause and effect

Alan Burns, Religion and Ethics 1 Comments [11/22/2017 11:48:34 PM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 134464

You guys don't know about the biofield that surrounds all things??!! Hmm! Remarkable how you manage to keep yourselves completely insulated from true wisdom! ;)

I am sure I have written about this many times...particularly with reference to Floo's sudden frozen shoulder cure, spontaneous healing etc. Nothing 'supernatural' about it, let me add!

Here is something about it.


Also see 'Auras'.

The Biofield is a field that surrounds and penetrates all life. It is like the earth's magnetic field. This biofield is fundamental in maintaining physical health and mental well being. Any major disturbances to the biofield can cause illnesses. These are especially relevant in mental and emotional issues.

It is the flow of energies in this field that ensures well being and good health. Many esoteric healing techniques such as Pranic healing, Reiki, Feng shui, acupuncture...are based on this field and the flow of the energies in and around the body.

Even Yoga and the chakra system is essentially based on the biofield.

Why hasn't Science found this field yet? Maybe because it is full of old school fogies who are more comfortable remaining insulated from such things. But I am sure sooner or later all this will get integrated with physical science to give us a more comprehensive and meaningful picture of ourselves.

About dowsing and biofield...


Sriram, Religion and Ethics 11 Comments [11/23/2017 1:56:54 AM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 93000

If religion was not real then why would people insist on atheism? I do not want to stereotype but most athiests i have met were gays. Yet they fail to notice that when they engage in sexual activity that goes against procreation they take part in a ritual that worships baal peor. Their flag has a relative symbol of that on the belly of baphomet (where a woman bears her child) thus being against procreation. If symbolism did not have such a powerful influence, would it be ok for your children to attend a kindergarten with nazi symbols all over the walls?

There are many people in this world who go about their day everyday without acknowledging their spirituality. Alot of people in this world are comfortable with this, some have never acknowledged measurement of themselves physically, emotionally, and in this case spiritually.

I have tested god in many ways, many sinful ways, when 'coincidences' happen too often i believe it is a miracle or the work of a spiritual being (oohh weee ooohh) My head was 10cm away from being crushed by a SUV type porsche while crossing great south road i tripped over. I have never believed in luck and i believe just as there is a god there is the devil or people involved in the devils work.

Erana Monica, topix New Zealand 112 Comments [3/6/2013 6:05:14 PM]
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Submitted By: Hasan Prishtina

Quote# 134387

Amos Moses - He>i
nope .... he does not .......... and you can give it a meaning that is not biblical ..... BUT .... this is a christian web site and a christian forum ...... and definitions that apply ARE THE BIBLICAL DEFINITIONS ..... not the worlds definitions ............. and YES ... people DO WORSHIP THEMSELVES ...... FYI ..... it is called NARCISSISM ............ and all a-theists are NARCISSISTS .........

Narcissus was a figure from a pagan religion. If you think that's a "Biblical" term, you've been having other gods before Him and all that - don't be naughty!
Amos Moses - He>i
?i think you are not interested in BIBLICAL terms .... so i used YOUR WORLDLY term ..... and IN FACT .... it is LISTED in the DSM-5 .........

?Narcissistic Personality Disorder DSM-5 301.81 (F60.81) - Therapedia DSM-5 Category: Personality Disorders. Introduction. Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), a cluster B personality disorder, is considered to be one of the ...?

and that BE EVERY A-THEIST .........

Amos Moses, Christian News Network 5 Comments [11/22/2017 8:48:37 AM]
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Quote# 134448

Anything that encourages rebellion against God's Word is evil. I do believe that the modern day rock/hip hop/ "country" music culture is evil to it's core. I ask you this, name me two songs in rock music that encourage sexual purity. It is of the flesh in my opinion. It does not glorify God. Can it be made to glorify God by giving it religious lyrics? That is another question altogether. No offense meant to anyone here. Just my :2cents:

Blueridge Believer, Puritan Board 9 Comments [11/22/2017 11:50:54 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 134409


Ex Muslims are so fucking pathetic and I don’t get their mentality. They shit on religion and beliefs but they expect you to respect them as human being.


This is so generalized….totally not true but okay if you have to say this to sleep at night then go ahead.


wtf is wrong with you @tupacwidow just because we don’t identify with islam anymore doesn’t make us any less of a person and doesn’t mean i don’t have respect for islam, it just isn’t for me. this is so generalized it’s disgusting and you’re as bad as the ex muslims who shit on your beliefs bye


Stop crying gol joon just because she pointed out the truth lol most of you exmuslims shit on beliefs, insult a belief of million of people then expect to be respected. Give respect and you will receive respect.


Exactly what aazizam said.


Give respect to a belief system that will have them killed in many countries? Why should the oppressed respect their oppressors?

tupacwidow and aazizam, Tumblr 1 Comments [11/22/2017 9:00:01 AM]
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Quote# 134398

The ungodly world is believing in the lies of Satan and celebrating Santa an idol god, started by the devil and continued by the evil catholic church. Open up your eyes an hear, when was Christ ever pronounced as Chris/mass and what is that all about.( just a subtil way of the false idolatry of the eucharist, catholic mass) Rearrange the letters of Satan and you will get Santa. One is a lie and the other is a liar. Remember the devil desires to be worshipped instead of the real Christ Jesus, the Lord. Making, praying to and bowing down to graven images is idolatry and a breaking of the 2nd commandment. Exodus 20:4 “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:” John 14:15 “If ye love me, keep my commandments.”

JESUS is the LORD and the only GOD, Youtube 8 Comments [11/22/2017 8:51:08 AM]
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Quote# 134434

I'll tell you what it is all about.... 

Its probably the Biofield that makes dowsing, reiki, spontaneous healing etc. possible. Its as simple as that.

Why has science not found any biofield yet?  Well....Science has not found so many things all these years. So...what's the big deal? Secondly no one is looking for it and no one knows the right methods to detect it either. 

Sriram, Religion and Ethics 14 Comments [11/22/2017 9:03:50 AM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 134404

This came as a revelation to me, though many of you have likely understood this for some time.
I was hanging out with some British university students and they were telling me how dangerous it is, like the likelihood of being mugged or worse if you happen to walk down the wrong street.
This was quite a surprise to me as I'd always considered London to be relatively safe compared to other Western cities due to all their surveillance. They went on to say that they always have to be on their guard and wouldn't go out at night alone.

When I expressed my shock at having to take these kinds of precautions in a first world country, they just shrugged it off as if it were the most natural thing in the world. "Of course you have to be on your guard, the world is a dangerous place. Don't you know that?"

I told them that in 21 years of living in Japan I've never even heard of someone I know being mugged, and I could walk any street in Tokyo without fear. I showed them some crime statistics comparing crime in the UK to Japan and they wouldn't believe it! They thought at first that I was making them up, then that the Japanese government must be fabricating the numbers!
When I mentioned rape(UK has a rate of rape 27 times higher than Japan), one girl insisted that the women in Japan simply weren't reporting the crimes. Everybody was in total denial, and I was even accused of being brainwashed(The irony!).

That's when it struck me, this horror of contemporary city life in the West is normal to them. It's so normal that anything that comes close to true peace and mutual respect becomes an outrageous fabrication.

This is why they're pro-immigration, what do they even have that's worth preserving? They've lost the very idea of harmony, and violence and conflict are considered an integral part of living in any Western city. What are a few immigrants going to change? Savages you say? The culture is already savage!

I feel like I understand the liberal position with much more clarity now. They were born into this sick culture, so sick that its citizens can't even imagine a better standard of living. When the idea of walking the streets in your own country without fear of violence becomes a foreign idea equated with naivete, you as a people are utterly lost, and there truly is no hope.

WeAreLegion1963, Reddit 4 Comments [11/22/2017 8:53:46 AM]
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Quote# 134328

(Video is from EmmanuelTV, a Deliverance Ministry in Nigeria)

You inist that demonic psosession is fake, yet this man bit off the head of a chicken. Tell me RIGHT NOW how any sane person would do this.


timestamp 14:16

Unsigned, RationalWiki 17 Comments [11/18/2017 3:25:27 AM]
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Quote# 134427

Any grand son of mine wearing a girly outfit you can bet I'm going to tease and enjoy doing it to.

mr goody two shoes, Christian News Network 8 Comments [11/22/2017 1:04:20 AM]
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Quote# 134425

Those reference u don't accept are the same people accept bible when came together in 3 century 4 Century's
Accept John Mathew mark Luke us truth
Not other
Even in history of jews people agree that's Joseph was 90 years old when marry mary at age 12 years old u can found that even in Talmud jews law in that time 12 years old woman have to marry u found that even in old testament

Ar u saying guys church father they laying about age of mary and Joseph all resource said same think Augustine ..... all of them say the same !!!!!

Labib Zaîbi, New Advent 3 Comments [11/22/2017 1:04:07 AM]
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Quote# 134400

Mark Gasparini the Catholic Church teaches a false doctrine and is inspired by Satan.

Matthew 24:4, Youtube 7 Comments [11/20/2017 10:20:47 PM]
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Submitted By: FSM

Quote# 134428

Absolutely correct... They want us God less .. the truth is that the entire Earth is flat and it's a hard pill to swallow for some reason.. water cannot stick to a ball.. water always finds and remains Level.. gravity is a THEORY...... FACT...... Thanks again pastor Rhodes and May God Jesus Christ bless you and your family... Robert jr NJ here Asbury Park and the pine barrens.?

Robert Nocera Jr, Youtube 7 Comments [11/22/2017 1:04:23 AM]
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Submitted By: Christopher

Quote# 134432

While we need to strife for the ideal, we need to recognize that we live in a reality where people favor those from their own race. This is true for people from all races. In fact, white people in this country treated Asians better than we were treated by, say Indonesians. Being an Asian and not smart enough to go to any named schools, I nevertheless recognize that schools like Harvard must navigate this minefield in a Democracy like ours.

Being a parent in a high Asian concentrated neighborhood, I can attest to the degree of cut throat competition Asian parents subject their kids to in hope of getting to a better school. I think it is more fruitful if we focus our efforts to educate the parents about the futility of such efforts and the damages that they do to their kids instead of fighting for a higher number of entrants in a particular school that could result in a backlash from the general population. After all, Harvard exists at the whims of society at large.

Resovoir_dogs, Information Processing 2 Comments [11/22/2017 9:03:07 AM]
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