Quote# 133272

Autists should be deported.


WhatNemesisMeans, Kiwi Farms 10 Comments [10/21/2017 10:28:53 AM]
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Quote# 133271

Alcoholics and junkies should be publicly executed.


WhatNemesisMeans, Kiwi Farma 6 Comments [10/21/2017 10:28:48 AM]
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Quote# 133269

(about Austria's recent election https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austrian_legislative_election,_2017 )

Glorious victory this week for Our Lady of Mariazell!
We are soon to reform the Holy Roman Empire for the glory of God!


newenglandsun, slacktivist 6 Comments [10/21/2017 4:12:37 AM]
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Submitted By: skybison

Quote# 133268

On June 17, 1689 the Sacred Heart of Jesus manifested to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque His command to the King of France that the King was to consecrate France to the Sacred Heart. For 100 years to the day the Kings of France delayed, and did not obey.

So on June 17, 1789 the King of France was stripped of his legislative authority by the upstart Third Estate, and four years later the soldiers of the French Revolution executed the King of France as if he were a criminal.

newenglandsun, slacktivist 4 Comments [10/21/2017 4:12:30 AM]
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Submitted By: skybison

Quote# 133267

A Texas city located about 30 miles from Houston asks people who apply for grant funding to pay for Hurricane Harvey repairs to promise not to boycott Israel.

The city of Dickinson, Tx. posted an application form to its website for relief money collected from donations to the Dickinson Harvey Relief fund about two months after Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coastline. A provision of the application asks people to verify they do not boycott Israel and to promise not to do so during the terms of the agreement.

City of Dickinson, TX, TIME 9 Comments [10/21/2017 4:12:20 AM]
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Submitted By: Hu’s On First

Quote# 133266

Hi! Can non-black woman refer to their hair as "naturally x". Like, I've always referred to my hair as naturally curly, but if that's appropriative then I will stop doing that. I'm sorry if this is bothersome or if I'm really missing something! Thank you for reading!

millatheshieldmaiden , Cultural Appropriation on Tumblr  9 Comments [10/21/2017 4:10:38 AM]
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Quote# 133260

In 1967, the U.N. created the outer space treaty, and thus all the countries agreed that nothing could be claimed beyond the karman line. The karman line is approximately 100 kilometers above sea level. (62 miles) The karman line is the agreed upon place where flight scientifically can no longer be supported. The atmosphere thins the higher the altitude and at the karman line the altitude is too thin to support flight.

Anything that happens beyond the karman line is recorded by the federation aeronautique Internationale. (FAI) According to NASA and science, there is no way to fly beyond the karman line. Everything in space is beyond the karman line. Thus, there is no way to physically prove anything in outer space exists, including the moon.

The bible says that in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. This implies that the earth is one place and heaven is another place. For centuries people knew that heaven was up above. If we continue to read the bible, we learn that the presence of God is like fire. The presence of God is an incredible burning energy.

Science and NASA say that outer space is filled with radiation. We are familiar with radiation as an incredible burning energy. We use radiation to microwave our food or make our food hot. If we were to attempt to go to outer space or heaven, we would die, because it would be like trying to fly into a nuclear bomb.

The tower of Babel was built tall to try and reach heaven. Everyone knows heaven is up. The U.N. invented outer space in the 1960s and outer space and everything associated with it is a lie, and ever since they've been using the media to jam that lie down our throats. Did children play with toy rocketships 100 years ago? How come you don't see space memorabilia in antique stores?

Outer space doesn't exist and is just a part of the evil new world order to discredit heaven from existing. Thank you for reading.

Knowing one, Godlike Productions 22 Comments [10/20/2017 1:56:24 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133257

The police aren't fellow workers. They're the people paid by the government to attack workers.

AimHere, r/Anarchism 6 Comments [10/20/2017 1:42:24 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133254




Mick Williams, Disqus - Faith & Religion 28 Comments [10/20/2017 1:25:33 PM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 133245

(trying awkwardly to compare a news story with her own situation dealing with angry people trolling her channel)

Lady Checkmate's headline: "Clinton pitbull, media attack Kelly after Gold Star general defends Trump condolence call"

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/10/20/clinton-pitbull-media-attack-kelly-after-gold-star-general-defends-trump-condolence-call.html

Lady Checkmate:
OK. Here we go. Let me let you guys into the psychotic minds of alt-left trolls. It's NOT enough for them to not like Trump or any other conservative (us included). They need want everyone else in the world to not like you. And when the numbers don't match their claims, they start cooking the books, i.e., creating sock accounts, trying to recruit other trolls (note the website the three alt-left trolls used to rally violent protesters to harass the college Republicans in yesterday's story) and basically showing how insane and obsessed they are (eventually when their trolling fails, they start issuing death wishes and death threats). Then they start attacking those who like and support you...psychotic. They want to control others, period.
I'm glad Trump and others are calling them out on it and shutting them down. The more of us that do, the more their total lack of integrity and sanity is known, called out and ignored by the sane.

Lady Checkmate, Disqus - News Network 8 Comments [10/20/2017 11:55:36 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 133244

(commenting on story "Trump: Media 'going crazy' with Wilson's 'total lie' about phone call")

I'm going to share something with you that everyone SHOULD know: alt-left trolls are very manipulative and deceptive...when things aren't going their way, they're not above "faking" a situation to event a crisis that in their insane mind gives them a right to troll and harass anyone that disagrees with them up to the point of issuing death threats and death wishes (think about the recent conservative restaurant issue, ANTIFA, etc.) when simple trolling doesn't do the trick. The alt-left is psycho loony.

Lady Checkmate, Disqus - News Network 13 Comments [10/20/2017 11:55:28 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 133234

The purpose of this article is to normalize perversion and generate sympathy for perverts. The purpose of normalizing perversion is to undermine and degrade the civil society, transferring more power to the State.

The issue is never the issue. The issue is always The Revolution.

NorthMountain, Free Republic 4 Comments [10/20/2017 9:43:26 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133233

'Although I was born in America I identify myself still as being from Yemen when I'm asked. Identifying ourself with the lands of kuffar makes us forget who we are and it desensitizes us to their crimes and makes us accept their culture of kufr thinking it's ok. A little harsh but that's the truth.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/islam/comments/2vibzy/three_killed_said_to_be_muslims_in_chapel_hill/coiaiw0/?context=3)

'in any hood I lived in wether it be Detroit, Harlem, Bronx, Brooklyn if you get hit up but don't aim back you a bitch you not a real nigga cause you got slipping' (https://www.reddit.com/r/hiphopheads/comments/33wy4q/lil_waynes_tour_bus_shot_up_after_show_in_atlanta/cqqs4uu/?context=3)

'I was 80 east side skyline piru (one of the original sets that made up the bloods)

I joined up when I was 13

Got jumped in by 5 YG's for 30 seconds then given my flag

I did the usual gang banged, jumped people, robbed people, shot people, fucked hoes, sold dope.

Became somewhat known because I was middle eastern and not black so people took notice. At first it was cool but then I noticed I caught the wrong peoples attention for the wrong reasons.

I was active up until I was 21 almost at Y.O.G status.

I stopped because I moved every few years and everywhere I went I noticed bloods and crips and every city had different "knowledge" (gang history you're taught prior to initiation)

For instance on the west coast it's more of a block thing everyone knows the big homies so if you claim you're part of a set and people approach that sets big homie and he don't know you, that's your ass. On the east coast it's UBN (United blood nation) and its ran like the mob rather then OGs YOG YG and BG they have bosses and capos. UBN knowledge starts with how the millers made a NYC connection and the nine trey set was started in the 90s completely different from what I was told. When I went to the south I seen that the crips had gangster disciple knowledge and bloods had vice lord knowledge and most of they're sets were non-existent in the west coast.

The gang shit is hella flimsy. I left that life alone and I have a family now and own my own businesses. But sometimes these these young bitch made motherfuckers step up and I have to let them know who the fuck they're talking to.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/3qoyte/serious_former_gang_members_of_reddit_what_was_it/cwhip2y/?context=3)

'Shooting someone doesn't make you hard or respected. All it does is it makes people cautious of you. Because of me being an angry edgy teenager I got into fights and committed violent crimes (even though I came from an educated well off family). People started to distance themselves from me include a lot of gang members who weren't as active and seen me as a destructive person, so I just kicked it with other G's who had the same classification. It bothered me not being invited to party's anymore, girls being afraid to talk to me. The old ladies in the neighborhood would avoid eye contact with me. There's no glory in being a killer, you don't do it cause you want to you do it for the set cause you have to.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/3qoyte/serious_former_gang_members_of_reddit_what_was_it/cwhrumo/?context=3)

(In response to the claim that it is a myth that all gay men want to have sex with all men) 'I get my fair share of attention from the ladies, but the amount of gay men and trannies that check me out on dating apps is ridiculous so this isn't really a myth.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/42asa3/which_persistent_misconceptionmyth_annoys_you_the/cz96zrz/?context=3)

'O you who believe! Intoxicants (all kinds of alcoholic drinks,drugs,stimulants that alter the mind), gambling, Al-Ansab , and Al-Azlam (arrows for seeking luck or decision) are an abomination of Shaitan's (Satan) handiwork. So avoid (strictly all) that (abomination) in order that you may be successful. (5:90)' (https://www.reddit.com/r/trees/comments/3vavvm/got_high_and_tried_to_convert_myself_to_islam_and/cxmq7oq/?context=3)

'I mean I'm pretty strict when it comes to my religion and at times have been called fanatical however islamically women are equal to men if not have a higher place in society due to them having more rights than men according to sharia law. On the topic of homosexuals they aren't lesser human beings because In Islam homosexuality is seen as a mental illness. You can not punish one for having homosexual thoughts however there is punishment carried on someone who commits homosexual acts, such as punishment for someone who has pre marital sex, adultery or rape.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/worldnews/comments/4l1jkj/switzerland_muslim_students_must_shake_teachers/d3kot5g/)

(In response to the claim 'The fact that Palestine still exists should show that Israel isn't the warmongering oppressors that the media paints them to be') 'Jews still exist guess the nazis aren't the warmongering nation the world made them out to be.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/worldnews/comments/4n6nrr/shootings_reported_at_food_and_retail_center_in/d41v952/?context=3)

'Let me dumb it down for you ,culturally homosexuality has never been accepted, neither has it been accepted in Islam. So I as an individual don't accept it now nor will I ever. You on the other hand can go have as much fun as you want.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/arabs/comments/4nykwl/saudi_arabia_condemns_orlando_shooting/d48az9i/?context=3)

'Yemeni here, Islam is the only thing that unifies us and keeps us in line. Now that islam isnt the implemented law of the land we've gone back to solving simple disputes with murder. I've seen it to many times, customer mad about price of tomatoes or any other produce, argument ensues, Ak47s are pulled (it's customary to walk around with an assault rifle hanging off your shoulder) then someone dies. The army is to busy now to do anything so usually the tribes of the two familys clash leaving more dead.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/arabs/comments/4qa1b8/til_that_abdullah_i_of_jordan_secretly_agreed/d4rszf4/?context=3)

(In response to the question of why God created evil) 'As a test to mankind. All life is, is a test. This life isn't forever. What comes next is eternal.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/4r4s35/youre_standing_in_front_of_god_he_says_you_can/d4ymm0l/?context=3)

'Fuck attaturk bring back the empire and caliphate. Attaturks values are less than 100 years old, the caliphate values stood in place for hundreds of years.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/worldnews/comments/4t18sh/coup_d%C3%A9tat_attempt_in_turkey_livethread/d5dybuj/)

(In response to a woman talking about how she got her date jailed for drug dealing and possession) 'That's fucked up. You ruin a mans life cause he left you at a restaurant? If that was me you would've had someone in your living room the next night.' (https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/526dll/what_is_the_worst_date_that_you_have_been_on/d7i1nuq/?context=3)

lilnas313, Reddit 4 Comments [10/20/2017 9:42:45 AM]
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Quote# 133231

It's wearisome to live in a society where, if a person does not ceaselessly self-censor and select words with the greatest care to keep PC, a mindless furor will erupt. Then a statement of apology is in order. This is not freedom. This is the exact opposite of freedom.

A few decades ago the Left actually believed somewhat in free speech and sometimes even fought for it. Now, that freedom is slipping away with constant psychological conditioning in which "official doctrine" must be scrupulously affirmed or social ostracism will result.

We are living in a Soviet Union style thought-tyranny system -- only perhaps worse? There needs to be a powerful psychological revolution against this tyranny.

Lion's Mane, Disqus 14 Comments [10/20/2017 9:42:31 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133228

I would like to be optimistic but I fear that it is too little, too late. The birth jihad has already entered the EU. They can stop all further immigration but the bomb from the inbreeding mus slums have already taken place and many countries like france and os on, continue to have their heads in the sand of stupidity when it comes to mus slum take over of their country.

cat, Bare Naked Islam 6 Comments [10/20/2017 9:41:34 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133227

The creepy creeping slow gradual signs of life that seems to be taking agonizingly slow shape in parts of Europe is like watching drug zombies go, “Oh f••k”. “95% non Muslim”! Been to London? It looks lot less than 95%!! I imagine the Muslims will simply sped up their program and start shipping in the newly freed up out and in ISIS.

Our ignorance seems never ending. Feminized news reporting. In bed with Wahhabism and apparently owned lock stock and load by the Saudi terroridts. The Irish allowing Wahhabis to build build the second largest mosque in Europe to go with their already thriving madrassas makes national suicide a real possibility.

Aghast Zorro, Bare Naked Islam 6 Comments [10/20/2017 9:41:18 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133223

Peter Vajda, Ph.D. is a research scientist with the Division of Geophysics at the Earth Science Institute, at the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava, Slovakia. He studied geophysics at the Comenius University, Bratislava, specializing in paleomagnetism, and obtained his doctorate at University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada, researching the earth’s gravity.

These days, people think scientists do not believe in God or the Bible, but Peter is one of many researchers who shatter those ideas. He is a successful scientist who believes the Bible completely.

Dr Vajda (a Hungarian name pronounced VIE-da) is the internationally acclaimed head of the Department of Gravimetry and Geodynamics at the Earth Science Institute. With more than 60 papers to his name, he has presented at conferences all over the world including in South Africa, Canada, Fiji, USA (including Hawaii), and in several European countries.

His research interest is primarily geophysics, with a focus on the earth’s gravitational field, its observation and interpretation. One important application of his research is studying magma deep inside volcanoes by carefully measuring the strength of the gravity in the surrounding area. It helps scientists understand how dormant volcanoes re-awaken, and the threat of impending eruptions. This helps keep people safe from volcanic explosions.

Peter grew up in Slovakia (formerly part of Czechoslovakia) in an orderly, happy home. His father lectured in physics at the university, and his mother taught at college. Peter recalls that his parents loved him, and the family enjoyed outdoor activities together, including hiking, swimming, skiing, snowboarding, and mountain climbing.

It was his passion for the outdoor life and the beauty of nature that prompted Peter to study mathematics and physics. “My idea was that I would do lots of field work and expeditions.” Peter recalls, “I was a satisfied atheist. I firmly believed that the world and life came into existence through evolution, although I knew nothing about it. And I thought of myself as a good person who never hurt anyone.”

Things started changing during his time in Canada. A friend introduced him to the Bible, which he began reading in the evenings. Within a few days he was ‘hooked’. As he read, he realized he was selfish, used people, and hurt them. That made him think there was something wrong with his heart, which started him reflecting on life.

“I began reading the Bible in Genesis,” Peter explained, “and the amazing thing is that, although I was an atheist and evolutionist, I did not dismiss it. As I read, the truth came through that the heart of man is corrupted. This matched my own experience. It left me wondering, ‘Why didn’t my parents tell me this? Why didn’t they teach me this at school’?”

When he read about animal sacrifices in the Old Testament, he felt he needed to get a flawless lamb to sacrifice somewhere to make him clean. “Eventually I reached the New Testament and discovered the solution—Jesus Christ died on the Cross 2,000 years ago as my sacrifice.”

Peter explained, “I knew the Bible was right about the corruption of man’s heart so I concluded it would be right about the cure.” Eventually, he got on his knees and asked God to save him. Peter recalls, “And God did. With time, I realized there were new things at work in me. I had new values in life. I had new desires. I discovered that God is alive and personal.”

Surprisingly, Peter’s evolutionary beliefs were no obstacle to him reading the Bible. At that time, the origin and history of universe were not at the forefront of his thinking. Rather, he was consumed by the issue of righteousness and justification. Evolution did pop up about two years afterwards. The context concerned the origin of death. According to evolution, death is a natural part of life on Earth, and has been around for hundreds of millions of years. But, according to the Bible, there was no death originally. It came into the world through the disobedience of the first two people, Adam and Eve.

Peter explains, “Then and there it hit me. I realized it was either/or. I immediately accepted the biblical account for the origin of death, based purely on the authority of the Word of God. For me the Bible stands infinitely higher than human speculation. My attitude was that the ultimate truth is the Word of God. He has all wisdom; He was the only ‘eye witness’ of the history; He reveals the truth to us.”

That decision began a quest to understand where and how the evolutionary explanation was wrong. “I was especially motivated because I work professionally in research in academia, and the majority of the people I knew considered it fact. I wanted to know every possible detail about the errors with evolutionary thinking.”

He was uneasy about the way researchers said so many things with such certainty about what the earth was like ‘millions of years ago’. In this regard, Peter remembered his research work for his Master’s degree1 in Bratislava. He was studying paleomagnetism, the past magnetism of the earth, allegedly reaching back over millions of years. He recalls how, even as an atheist, he was deeply concerned about all the unknowns in trying to recover information about the deep past. He was uneasy about the way researchers said so many things with such certainty about what the earth was like ‘millions of years ago’. He recalls thinking, “How can we know? How can we be certain?”

Peter quipped, “I eventually escaped from paleomagnetism to work in physical geodesy and geophysics, specifically gravimetry. I was very happy. Now I could research things that were verifiable by empirical science based on facts—on actual observations.”

The past is in accessible to empirical science. Observations can only be made in the present. The rest is reconstruction, in which beliefs play a pivotal role. Recalling this confirmed for Peter that we cannot discover the origin and history of the earth using ‘science’. “The past is inaccessible to empirical science. Observations can only be made in the present. The rest is reconstruction, in which beliefs play a pivotal role.”

He said, “God had already explained this in Job 38:4, that the only genuine knowledge about origins is His Word. He was there, and He has revealed this knowledge to us. Not only does He know the history of the earth because He witnessed it; He actually did it—Himself.”

One topic Peter initially found tricky to resolve was radioactive dating and the age of the earth. This, too, became clear when he recognized the difference between empirical knowledge and speculation. “The empirical knowledge, what is actually measured, is the ratio of isotopes. The age is a questionable interpretation based on untestable assumptions. Further, the value actually selected is chosen to match their naturalistic philosophy. Although they don’t want to say it, the ages they quote are taken on faith.”

In his quest on evolution he was greatly helped by the abundant creationist literature that addresses these ‘scientific’ issues. “I was thrilled as I discovered that when we begin with biblical assumptions the outcomes beautifully harmonize with the true history of the world.”

Peter thinks that laypeople would benefit from understanding “the spatial (3D) inverse problem in earth sciences”. This refers to the problem of reconstructing the three dimensional (3D) structure and properties of the interior of the earth using just two dimensional (2D) observations from the earth’s surface.

Peter explained that it is not possible to reach a unique solution because many different 3D models can equally well fit the 2D surface data. “Consider how much more uncertainty we face when we add the time dimension and try to reconstruct the deep past of Earth’s history—essentially a 4D problem. The uncertainty and ambiguity is greater by more than one order of magnitude,” Peter said. “This intrinsic uncertainty means that the materialistic, atheistic evolutionary claims on origins and history are ultimately religion, and their acceptance a matter of belief.”

On the positive side, Peter refers to many scientific evidences that give insights into and confidence in the Bible. In geology these include the abundance and preservation of fossils, the horizontal and vertical extent of sedimentary layers, their deformation, and the interfaces between them. Even more compelling are the evidences from biology: the impossibility of chemical evolution, the insurmountable problems with biological evolution, and the overwhelming evidence of design.

Peter said, “I find the origin and history of the cosmos and life to be the most interesting and ultimate of questions in the human quest for knowledge. And I am convinced that the Bible reveals the true history of the universe, and can be depended upon absolutely.”

Peter Vajda, Creation Ministries International 11 Comments [10/20/2017 9:39:47 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133222

When I discuss the creation/evolution controversy, there are all sorts of interesting responses to the evidence. People are basically unable to answer the powerful logical and scientific case for creation. So, many eventually say something like this:

‘But if creation is true, why don’t all scientists believe it? All scientists agree that evolution is true.’ Others do not say this outright, but it is an unspoken criticism which they see as an automatic veto of anything that seems scientifically unorthodox.

Can the majority be wrong? Most people admit that the general public may be in error. But they doubt that the majority of scientists could be wrong. This implies that science is somehow different from other human enterprises, and that scientists are immune to the foibles of non-scientists.

History shows that the scientific establishment has been wrong time after time. It is unwise to bet your life on any scientific theory, no matter how popular it is. In fact, often those who have consciously sought safety by staying in the middle of the herd have ended up, like lemmings, in the middle of a stampede off an intellectual cliff.

Hungarian physician Ignaz Semmelweis (1818–1865) found that by washing his hands between the time he examined dead bodies and the time he delivered babies, he could prevent certain illnesses in mothers and babies, and save many lives. He was appalled by the heavy death rate in Vienna maternity hospital when he worked there. He introduced antiseptics, and the death rate plummeted from 12 per cent to 1.5 per cent.

Even though Semmelweis should have been declared a hero for this simple but powerful discovery, he was not. He was not even asked for his data. Rather, his idea was soundly rejected by his colleagues, and he was forced to return to his home in Budapest. Germs had not yet been discovered, and the physicians of that day had no theoretical basis for understanding the phenomenon Semmelweis was talking about. Even so, the idea would have been easy to test and was clearly of great potential importance. But they did not even consider it.

If we had quizzed the ‘dirty hands’ doctors at a particularly frank and honest moment, they may have said: ‘It just doesn’t make sense. If I can’t see it, it must not be real.’ Or, ‘What I don’t know can’t hurt me (or my patients).’ Or worse yet, they might have said, ‘If I admit to this, I will have to accept responsibility for untold past preventable suffering.’

Our past decisions may prejudice our ability to evaluate the present. A scientist who has based his career on calculating what happened during the first few moments of the ‘big bang’ will find it difficult to be open to evidence that the ‘big bang’ never happened. Great learning does not always make a person more honest and accessible, but it may increase the complexity of his or her rationalizations.

A young graduate student who believes in creation, but also knows that rejection of evolution would jeopardize his degree and career, may try to work out some intellectual compromise, whether it fits the data or not. (This is essentially a form of protective colouration which makes his beliefs invisible in that environment.) He is then likely to spend the rest of his professional life ‘agreeing with himself’. He may even ridicule those more forthright than he, partly because they prick his conscience.

Many scientists hold firmly to evolution despite the evidence. They know that without evolution they must consider themselves responsible to a creator. Their need to reject that possibility is so emotionally powerful that they hang on to evolution tenaciously.

Most of us assume the best about our fellow humans unless forced to think otherwise. Have you ever read a newspaper account of an event you know by personal experience, and found the story inaccurate or incomplete? You then probably wondered about the accuracy of other stories in the paper. Even though the scientific method is supposed to encourage objectivity, some data get recorded and some get ignored, some articles get published and some get rejected—a lot depends on the very human motives of individual people. Even looking at the same data and the same articles, different observers can come to different conclusions.

Great breakthroughs in science are not achieved only by the brilliant. They are shared by the honest and courageous who study the emperor’s new clothes and regard truth as more important than political correctness or a grant for further study. This does not mean that someone outside the herd is automatically right. But proper conclusions may be opposed by scholars with ulterior motives.

At one time or another, most children probably say to their parents (in support of some questionable activity), ‘But everybody’s doing it!’ Good Christian parents invariably say, ‘No, they’re not! But even if they were, you’re not, because it’s against what God wants for you, so it’s wrong.’ We should therefore become a bit wary if someone says, ‘But everybody knows…’, or ‘All scientists agree…’. They probably don’t. And even if they did, it might still be wrong.

Ross Olson, Creation Ministries International 10 Comments [10/20/2017 9:38:27 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133220

You take responsibility do you? Then how is it anyone's fault but your own that YOU were infected? Were you raped? I was! I was 12. How old were you, and was it consensual sex? If you don't have enough sense in your vapant mind to automatically assume that EVERYONE'S positive until you KNOW better, then there is NO ONE to blame but yourself.
It's always a safe bet that anyone who is willing to BB is positive, or willing to take that risk. What that man did was NOT criminal. It was IRRESPONSIBLE, SELFISH AND FAKE. If you're having sex, you are taking a huge amount of risks. Sex is messy. It's dirty and its fun. Make no mistake however, it is not anyone else's responsibility to look out for your well being, except your own.
This victim attitude is worse then this rape culture nonsense (it's going too far in a lot of places.)
What about HPV? Syphyllis? The list goes on and on. What about the flu? Are you going to through some douchebag in prison for going to work with the flu, spreading it to others? What if one of those other people he spreads the flu to is below 200 Tcells (AIDS) and dies? Should that worthless scumbag asshole with the flu caring only about himself be put in prison?

SHUT THE F UP YOU STUPID IDIOT!

You're a whore. That's the reason you're positive. Don't be acting a god damn victim. Own it bitch!

Phoenix, Instinct magazine 6 Comments [10/20/2017 9:38:05 AM]
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Quote# 133219

Matthew Petranovich

Hate to say it, but Jack-O-Lanterns were originally used by pagans to scare off Christians from their Samhain rituals.?





Matthew Petranovich, Youtube 15 Comments [10/20/2017 9:38:00 AM]
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Quote# 133218

Pro-aborts once thought that the partial birth abortion ban was "extreme" too. How disgusting!

As science progresses, we see who are the science deniers, humanity deniers, and morality deniers though.

Whether it was the Native American genocide, slavery, Jew gassing, or now abortion, those on the wrong side of basic human rights have always been the ones to deny science, humanity, and morality - in their zeal to control and kill others they deemed to be "unwanted."

WorldGoneCrazy-NotMurderedYet, Live Action News 10 Comments [10/20/2017 9:37:51 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 133217



Ferd, Disqus - Mod Whine 2.0 16 Comments [10/20/2017 9:37:46 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 133215

(This person is referring to the age of consent)
Yes, 12 is mature enough

Jenjenc10192, Debate .org 19 Comments [10/19/2017 3:43:17 PM]
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Submitted By: FSM

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Many Christians celebrate holidays, such as Halloween, without thinking about their origins or true meaning. It is impossible to separate Halloween from the Druids because they originated the "holiday."

For several hundred years before Christ, the Celts inhabited what is now France, Germany, England, Scotland and Ireland. Celtic priests were called Druids. These people were eventually conquered by the Romans.

Information about the Celts and Druids comes from Caesar and the Roman historians, Greek writings from about 200 B.C., and very early records found in Ireland. Greek and Roman writings about the Druids dwell heavily on their frequent and barbaric human sacrifices. The ancient Irish texts say little about human sacrifices, but detail the Druids' use of magic to raise storms, lay curses on places, kill by the use of spells, and create magical obstacles.

Human Sacrifices
Davies, however, a 16th century writer who traced his family lineage directly back to Druid priests who fought against Caesar, clearly describes the human sacrifices of his ancestors and the secret sacrifices still performed regularly by the Druids of his time.

By 47 A.D., Rome finally defeated the Druids in Britain and outlawed human sacrifices. The few remaining Druids went underground.

Today a growing group of people claiming to be of direct Druid descent, still practice their religion, including human sacrifice. Those in England still perform ceremonies at Stonehenge.


November 1st was the Celtic new year
October 31st was celebrated by the Druids with many human sacrifices and a festival honoring their sun god and Samhain, the lord of the dead. They believed that the sinful souls of those who died during the year were in a place of torment, and would be released only if Samhain was pleased with their sacrifices.


Monks Fascinated By Druids
Irish records tell of the fascination the Catholic monks had with the powerful Druids, and Druids soon became important members of their monasteries. Pope Gregory the Great decided to incorporate the Druids' holiday into the church. He made the proclamation, "They are no longer to sacrifice beasts to the devil, but they may kill them for food to the praise of God, and give thanks to the giver of all gifts for His bounty." Pope Gregory III moved the church festival of October 31st to November 1st and called it All Hallows or All Saints' Day. Pope Gregory IV decreed that the day was to be a universal church observance. The term Halloween comes from All Hallows Eve.

The founding fathers of America refused to permit the holiday to be observed because they knew it was a pagan holiday. Halloween was not widely celebrated in the U.S. until about 1900. In the 1840's there was a terrible potato famine in Ireland which sent thousands of Catholic Irish to America. They brought Halloween with them.

The modern custom of going from door to door asking for food and candy goes back to the time of the Druids. They believed that sinful, lost souls were released upon the earth by Samhain for one night on October 31st while they awaited their judgment. They were thought to throng about the houses of the living and were greeted with banquet-laden tables. People greatly feared these spirits and thought that the spirits would harm and even kill them if the sacrifices they gave did not appease Samhain. They carved demonic faces into pumpkins or large turnips, placing a candle in them to keep the evil spirits away from their homes.

The tradition of bobbing for apples and giving out nuts came from a Roman addition to the Druidic New Year’s eve. The Romans worshiped Pomona who was the goddess of the harvest. They combined their harvest festival to Pomona with Halloween.

Very little archeological evidence of the Druids has been found, but there is excellent agreement between the Roman and Irish documents. Both clearly state that the knowledge of the Druids was never committed to writing but passed from generation to generation by oral teaching. This was to protect their secrets. In his writings, Davies indicates that he came under much persecution by his family for putting in writing his information about Druids. The same is true today. Nothing is put into writing. The Druids continue on secretly with much the same traditions.

The widespread problem of harmful substances such as razor blades, drugs, poisons, needles, etc. being placed in the Halloween treats here in America is no accident. Testimonies of several ex-Satanists show that these children killed and injured by the "treats" are sacrifices to Satan (or Samhain). Satanists throughout the world continue to perform human sacrifices on Halloween.

Is this something you want YOUR child to participate in?

Jack Chick, Chick 23 Comments [10/19/2017 3:43:07 PM]
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How about setting those emotions aside and concentrating on applying the constitution the way the drafters intended for it to be applied? We have too many black robed tyrants applying their emotions and agendas in making their decisions. Liberal judges have contributed significantly to the decline of our society.

JayElBee, Free Republic 8 Comments [10/19/2017 3:43:02 PM]
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