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Quote# 140159

Ron Desantis' gubernitorial campaign ad. (link to YouTube)

Ron Desantis, YouTube/Televised 10 Comments [8/31/2018 8:44:00 AM]
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Submitted By: dxdydz

Quote# 140178

He once drew loli art of Keemstar's underage daughter as a fucked up "joke". I'd argue that there is indeed something wrong with drawing softcore porn of someone's daughter because you got in a dumb twitter feud with them, and "he likes being edgy" is a shit excuse for vile behavior.

Why? It's just a drawing. You can't just go around demanding people not draw things just because you don't like them.

IkaisMywife, reddit 10 Comments [8/30/2018 10:56:31 AM]
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Quote# 140177

I've never seen such horrendous prejudice in my life. Every serious crime Obama committed ignored by media. Everything minor Trump does...none of them crimes...is a life-in-prison crime. I call this treason by media. A conspiracy to force a coup.

Flashback: Obama Offered $150,000 Bribe to Silence Crackpot Hate ...
The Mueller Special Counsel and New York District Attorney’s Office seek to destroy President Trump for paying out $130,000 in hush money to two fo ...

Wayne Allyn Root, Twitter 14 Comments [8/30/2018 10:56:11 AM]
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Submitted By: Chris

Quote# 140171

Paula Key: Educate yourself. In March 2016, The World Psychiatric Association (WPA) wrote to the United Nations and world leaders. These doctors from 161 countries stated that homosexuality cannot be reversed, therefore, it is NOT a choice,.

Wil the Free: Political clap trap, based on skewed data and years of gay lobbying within mental health associations. Try harder.

Paula Key: As you continue in your hate and the dismissing of WPA, I pray for you.

El Vagabondo: You should really pray for yourself and the good doctors of the gay WPA.

Paula Key: This is a world wide organisation who have sat as individual psychiatrists and seen the pain and suffering of people being judged as gays and then parents who are counselled for the suicides of their gay children.

Wil the Free: It's a worldwide organisation poisoned by the gay activists. If you look at the actual research, it's far from what you re saying.

Gil Cain: What a warped, opinionated argument you present, twisting and turning to fit the facts into your view and opinion.

Wil the Free: Nah. It's all true. The only warped nonsense is that people who live in gay relationships and engage in same-sex behaviours have healthy outcomes

Gill Cain: It disagrees with your theory and therefore, is 'political clap trap'? Strange I thought it was the opinion of mental health professionals and a great deal of research rather than skewed data and years of gay lobbying within MH association and yes I am a mental health professional.

Wil the Free: The 1973 decision declassifying homosexualty as a mental illness was made under political pressure by gay activists within the APA. Anyone who looks at the health outcomes of gay people know they're a problem.

Wil the Free, Anchored North 13 Comments [8/29/2018 2:03:03 PM]
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Submitted By: CC

Quote# 140170

How old is the Earth?
Mankind determining the age of the earth is a bit like the proverbial blind men inspecting an elephant in order to derive the development of its internal organs. In science, facts about the natural world are best discovered using the scientific method, wherein a hypothesis is tested until it can be proven or disproven. Events that are too small, too far away, or too long ago can only be surmised by analyzing the data at hand. A theory gains credibility when another clue is discovered which agrees, or when the theory predicts a consequential discovery which is later confirmed.

The age of the earth is a matter that is, of course, too long past for experimentation. If its development is related to the formation of other planets, stars, etc., distance is added to the mix, making analysis all but impossible.

But there is one more factor which completely derails any objective discovery—the character and social environment of those doing the discovering. It is nearly impossible to procure the resources and support required to study the issue unless the researcher agrees to begin with the assumption that the earth is billions and billions of years old. For one, the presumption is so deeply ingrained in the scientific community that it has reached the level of a moral imperative. In addition, the evidence available is too incomplete to lead to a concrete answer on its own. Data cannot be interpreted in a way that will lead to any kind of conclusion unless an underlying assumption is made first. If this sounds like circular reasoning, it's because it is.

There is a small group of scientists, largely marginalized or even mocked, who begin with the assumption that the biblical account of creation in Genesis 1 and 2 is literal, and the earth is quite young. Because of the nature of scientific resource allocation, the bulk of their time is spent refuting the conclusions old-earth scientists make from the data at hand. Inasmuch as we can scientifically deduce long ago events, their findings are worth considering.

The three main fields regarding the age of the earth are astronomy, geology, and theology.

Astronomy may be one of the most difficult branches of science to study. The subjects are too far away to monitor directly, and much of the interest in the subject deals with events in the far past. Scientists have deduced that the universe began billions of years ago after a super explosion—the Big Bang. The gases coalesced into stars and then galaxies sometime later.

Besides the great amount of improvable conjecture involved in such a claim, there are two glaring problems. The first is in regards to the speed at which our galaxy rotates. At such a speed, had it been in existence for the billions of years claimed, the highly definable arms would have smeared into a disk. In fact, the stars would have spread out after only a few hundred million years. The shapes of the galaxies do not support billions of years of existence.

The second issue is the lack of supernovae. A supernova is a star that has exploded, leaving behind a cloud of particles. At the current rate of supernova explosions, a billion-year universe should be filled with the remains of dead stars. Instead, we can see only about 200—the amount expected to form in about 7000 years.

The discussion regarding the geological evidence of the age of the earth is broader and more puzzling. In an environment where improvable assumptions are essential for professional assistance and advancement, half-understood theories are touted as fact, obscuring a purer, objective analysis.

Many scientists believe they can accurately determine the age of rocks using a process called radiometric dating. Heavy elements, such as uranium, gradually degrade over time, losing protons, neutrons, and electrons until the atoms literally transform into a different element. By comparing how much of the heavier "mother" element a rock contains compared to the lighter "daughter" element, it's thought that the time since the rock has cooled from magma can be determined. Unfortunately, this process makes some erroneous assumptions. One is that the original magma contained absolutely no daughter elements. Another is that the rate of decay has stayed the same in the billions of years since the rock cooled. Both of these assumptions have been proven problematic. Samples from the same area in the Grand Canyon have given wildly different ages. And rock formed from lava which hardened mere decades ago in New Zealand and the crater of Mt. St. Helens have given results consistent with rocks that are supposed to be millions of years old.

Carbon-14 is an isotope of carbon that is used to measure the age of previously organic material in fossils up to 60,000 years old. Carbon-14 is made when cosmic radiation strikes a nitrogen atom, turning one of its protons into a neutron, and turning the nitrogen atom into carbon. This carbon atom latches onto oxygen atoms making carbon dioxide which is absorbed by plants and eaten by animals. Once the animal dies, thereby ending its procurement of any type of carbon, the C-14 atom decays. Carbon-14 has two extra neutrons in its nucleus, creating a chemically unstable situation. One of the neutrons will convert to a proton, changing the element back to nitrogen. It takes 5730 years for half of the C-14 to revert back to nitrogen. Thus, if the original amount of C-14 is known, the time the source died can be determined. This initial amount is deduced by the fairly stable ration of C-12 and C-14 currently present in our atmosphere, using the assumption that the planet is billions of years old and has had time to come to a C-12/C-14 equilibrium. If, however, the magnetic field around the earth has changed over the millennia, and if the Genesis Flood is true, today's C-12/C-14 ration cannot be considered a standard. The distinction is critical because at 40 million years old, fossils should have no C-14 left. And at 100,000 years old, coal beds shouldn't either. But they do. As do diamonds which are supposed to be millions or billions of years old.

The optimistic assumption that radioactive elements were pure, or at least knowable, in the formation of the parent rock is a noble thought, but presumptuous. A simpler answer is the earth has not maintained the steady state old-earth scientists believe. And the global Flood had a much larger impact than imagined. Both of these would indicate the age of the earth is much younger than previously thought.

Theological issues don't concern those old-earth proponents who choose to be atheists, but scientists who believe the earth is quite old—yet still the work of a Creator—find themselves up against a wall. In their attempt to maintain credibility with the secular society while keeping their standing in the church, they get a little creative with the text and the work of God in human history.

Language comes into play in two different ways in this argument. The first is the translation of the word "day" in the creation account of Genesis 1. Old-earth creationists claim the Hebrew word can mean an undefined span of time. Theologians who believe Genesis 1 is to be taken literally point out that the usage of a number with the Hebrew word (such as "second day") always means a literal day. In addition, in verses 5, 8, 13, 19, 23, and 31, the writer uses the phrase "there was evening and there was morning…" No amount of semantical gymnastics could force this phrase to infer the earth is billions of years old.

Old earth creationists also use language to claim that Genesis 1-11—the creation and the Flood stories—are not historical accounts. They are poetry, meant to provide a lyrical summary of God's work to a scientifically unsophisticated people. Steven W. Boyd, Ph.D., completed a study to determine if this was the case. His statistical study of verb usage in Hebrew literature determined that the chance that Genesis 1:1-2:3 is historical narrative and not poetry is %99.9942. Meaning to say, the author of Genesis, inspired by the Holy Spirit (2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:20-21), meant to write a historically accurate account, not a symbolic metaphor.

The second theological issue regarding the age of the earth deals with the relationship between sin and death. God told Adam that if he ate from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, he would die. Adam ate, and God not only promised him death in Genesis 3:19, He ensured Adam would die by guarding the Tree of Life (Genesis 3:22-24). Romans 5:12 clearly says, "… sin came into the world through one man, and death through sin …" If this is the case, if death entered because of Adam's sin, if the world before Adam's sin was "very good," how can old-earth proponents justify billions of years of animal violence? Or cancer in the bones of dinosaurs? Or the story of sin in relation to the evolution of mankind? How could Adam have been descended from apes and Neanderthals long dead if he, himself, brought sin and death to mankind?

If the Bible is God's inspired Word, and not the recordings of a primitive people telling each other stories, then the age of the earth is present in its text, waiting for science to catch up. The genealogies say the earth is about 6000 years old. The Flood account gives more than ample explanation for many of the geological anomalies we find. And Genesis 1–3 clearly explain the theological relationship between first man's sin and all mankind's death. We choose what to believe. We can choose to follow a manmade theory (Romans 1:25) in order to gain man-given praise (Romans 2:29), or we can choose to believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God, that God is intimately involved in creation, and that manmade science just hasn't caught up yet (1 Corinthians 4:5). The age of the earth is not a salvation issue. There are many godly Christians who believe the earth is billions of years old. And yet the motivation for believing in an old earth may be a salvation issue if we crave the approval of men more than God (John 12:37-43).

Michael Houdmann, Compelling Truth 12 Comments [8/29/2018 2:01:27 PM]
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Quote# 140169

What is radiometric dating? Does it fit with the view of a young earth?
Radiometric dating is the way that scientists determine the age of matter. Radiometric dating techniques are applied to inorganic matter (rocks, for example) while radiocarbon dating is the method used for dating organic matter (plant or animal remains). The idea of a young earth, as presented in the Bible, is not compatible with the findings of radiometric dating.

What does this mean for Christians? Are we forced to accept that the Bible is inaccurate or not literal, based on what radiometric dating has found? It's a good question. First, let's look at what radiometric dating is, and how scientists determine the age of matter.

Radiometric dating is based on the rate of decay of certain isotopes, which is defined as: "each of two or more forms of the same element that contain equal numbers of protons but different numbers of neutrons in their nuclei, and hence differ in relative atomic mass but not in chemical properties; in particular, a radioactive form of an element." The isotope Uranium-238 (U238) is one of these unstable, radioactive isotopes. Over time, U238 decays and goes through many unstable stages, until it finally becomes stable as Lead-206 (Pb206). U238 is the "parent" isotope, and Pb206 is the "daughter" isotope.

Scientists found that by measuring the amounts of both parent and daughter isotopes in matter (seeing how much of the U238 has stabilized into Pb206), they could accurately calculate the age of that matter. For example, it takes 4,460,000,000 years for half a sample of U238 to turn into Pb206. So, if they found a rock that contained an exactly equal amount of these two isotopes, they could date that rock at exactly 4,460,000,000 years old.

There is no question that radiometric dating is accurate—provided that certain assumptions are true. First, we must assume that the rate of decay of U238 into Pb206 has remained constant over time. Second, we have to assume that no other chemical processes have adulterated the rate of decay (no amount of either parent or daughter has been added or taken away from the specimen). Third, we have to assume we know how much of each the parent and the daughter were present at the beginning of the decay process. The rate of isotope decay will always remain the same, but the accuracy of radiometric dating depends on these assumptions being correct for the specimen in question.

Assumptions two and three are not by any means certain, because how can we really know, having not watched the specimen over its entire life, how much of each isotope was present at the beginning, and whether or not anything was added or taken away? We can't know, so scientists are working on reasonable guesswork there. However, the first assumption (that the rate of isotope decay has remained constant over millions of years) has always been pretty much unquestionable—until recently. New research has found evidence to suggest that isotopes decayed at different rates in the unobservable past. This research is based on yet another element, called helium.

Helium is a gas—very light, with very small atoms, and is unreactive. Helium is a byproduct of the decay process of U238 into Pb206. As the uranium isotopes pass through their unstable stages on the way to becoming lead isotopes, they let off helium. Now, scientists found some crystals called zircons within granite specimens, which still contain a good deal of helium. According to radiometric dating, these zircons (and the surrounding granite) should be 1.5 billion years old. But if that were true, the helium, because of its nature, would have escaped from the rock over that much time (its atoms are smaller and lighter than the atoms of the zircons). However, there was still plenty of helium inside the zircons. It should have slowly seeped out, but it didn't. Because of this, scientists can now assume that the zircons, and the surrounding granite (a type of Precambrian granite that is the same across the entire planet) cannot be more than 4,000 to 14,000 years old.

New research has determined that radiometric dating is not an infallible method. This example shows that there is still so much that we do not know. Scientific discovery is important, and should never be discouraged, but when it contradicts the Bible, it is rational for Christians to reserve judgment and wait for further evidence to be revealed.




Michael Houdmann, Compelling Truth 7 Comments [8/29/2018 2:01:17 PM]
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Quote# 140163

Gays are disgusting to begin with. Anyone who wants to stick his dick in another dude is already kinda fucked up in the head. To quote DMX, "how you gonna explain fuckin' a man? Even if we squash the beef I ain't touchin' yo hand!"

Maxliam, Kiwi Farms 12 Comments [8/29/2018 1:49:49 PM]
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Quote# 140160

You could be right...but time-travel isn't so very difficult. You see...if we take our lead from Almighty God we know that in the static dimension a day is like a thousand years and a thousand years are like a day. So there we have it...if we want to slip around time and space all we have to do is become stationary whilst the Milky Way hurtles away from us at the speed of the expanding universe...and, it seems, many observers have witnessed this principle in action.

NicholasMarks, Religion and Ethics 9 Comments [8/29/2018 1:48:11 PM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 140158

The Theory of Relativity cannot be reconciled with the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Search and both and the lack of reconciliation is striking. The Book of Genesis describes a fundamental underlying uncertainty; the Theory of Relativity denies it.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 9 Comments [8/29/2018 1:47:25 PM]
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Quote# 140157

The one single scientific, and Biblical point that no one seems to grasp is that the Holy Bible introduces us to a two dimensional universe...God's and ours. Those that pray, pray into a different dimension to reach God and this tells us that we can interact with this primary dimension as well. My analysis of all science tells me that every atomic particle is bonded to its nucleus because of a friction point at its core that not only holds the atom together but actually built that atom in the first place because those two dimensions clash in a wonderful way. The clear scientific distinction between these two dimensions are the big-bang where all this indestructable energy in the universe began hurtling through space at high-speed over the top of the static dimension that lies beneath it and that this recipe produced all science...so Almighty God and Jesus Christ were right all along...and reveal many valuable and worthwhile things to harness their science by and which all revolves around righteousness.

NicholasMarks, Religion and Ethics 8 Comments [8/29/2018 1:46:57 PM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 140156

Guest Verified:
So those atheist zealots are shoving their religion down the throats of the rest of us.

Nope, just want christians to obey the law like everybody else has to. No shoving the bible down the throats of the citizens on government property. The government has no right to tell us who or what or whether to worship. You can indoctrinate anybody in your church or home, but the government belongs to all the people, not just the religious. Think about it, if you can. That protects your religion too.

Guest Verified:
You just posted the tenets of your own faith. Leave everyone else's alone, you zealot.

I have no "faith". If you have evidence that what I said is wrong, I'd be glad to examine it. Can you say the same?

Guest Verified:
You just expressed faith in having no faith. Thanks for demonstrating your tenets.

Protip: atheism is as much of a religion as bald is a hair color.

Guest Verified:
That's been proven to be an illogical argument. Hair colour has nothing to do with a belief system. Try to stay on topic.

(comment deleted by Christian News Network)

Guest Verified:
An analogy must be accurate or else it ceases to be anything other than a joke. Again, you fail at making an accurate analogy to prove your point. You cannot, because there isn't one. You practice the religion of atheism and you are shoving it down everyone else's throats, just like Nazis did. Sad.

E Hakenson:
Atheism is simply the lack of belief in god. that's it. It's neutral.

Guest Verified:
There is no such thing as a neutral belief system. You're a religious fanatic. Face it.

Guest Verified, Christian News Network 13 Comments [8/29/2018 1:46:37 PM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 140155

The LGBT, like all Democrats and RINOs, are spiritual, cultural, political, and national enemies just like Muslims

Seven seven, Christian News Network 13 Comments [8/29/2018 1:45:53 PM]
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Quote# 140154

Chris Schene: Progressive churches, such as the Episcopal and Methodist, are nothing more than friends of common culture and all its perversions,
They are enemies of Jesus Christ and of His church.
Progressive "Christian" churches are more dangerous than Satanism to people: Satanism is obviously not Christian but the progressive and emerging churches present their Pagan idolatry as Christianity and the unchurched would not know any better.
Hey, many of these Churches are great social clubs and places where fellow Pagans get together, enjoy each others' company, enjoy good food and make great friends. Most members are just not followers of Jesus.

Theodore A. Jones: Since there are only a few that find the gate to become a Christian, according to Jesus, actually encountering a Christian is slim.

Chris Schene: I my local company office of 175 or so people, only 5 self-identify as Christian----roughly 3%. They have "gay pride" celebrations from time to time, which I excuse myself from. I was somewhat encouraged that only a few people attended and the attendance was so bad, they had to reschedule it 3 times.
In the churches I have attended, they would defrock a pastor or leader for so much as attending a gay pride celebration or wedding.
If a propagandist lie, such as "gays are born that way", over a period of time those with no moral framework will start to repeat it and believe it In the same way they say they are born that way, a very lustful man could offer that same reason for "sleeping around" with many women.
It's nonsense: The behavior is a choice and inappropriate for a Christian: repent, ask for forgiveness and stop.
And so I know what the classical response will be "What about greed, divorce, etc". Sins of the spirit (Greed, lust, pride, covetousness, ...) are really hard to identify and know for a certainty and often even unknown by the person guilty of them. Sins of behavior are the only things that were even punished in the OT or disciplined in the NT because they are obvious: you know if you are committing adultery or having sex with member of the opposite sex you are not married to. In most cases we know if a divorce is unscriptural, and some churches will expel a member for such sin.

Chris Schene, Patheos 8 Comments [8/29/2018 1:45:46 PM]
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Submitted By: CC

Quote# 140153

[Comment under "Male escort exposes 36 actively gay priests in a file sent to Vatican containing erotic Whatsapp messages and photos. The allegations were compiled by a gay male escort who told local media he couldn’t put up with the priests’ "hypocrisy" any longer."]

Sad that a gay prostitute has more integrity than priests, who are supposed to be men of God. There was a time when such disgusting embarrassments to the holy priesthood would have been burned at the stake. Not saying that we should go back to that punishment . . . but I can see why it was once thought appropriate.

VTHokiesFan, Reddit - r/Catholicism 5 Comments [8/29/2018 1:43:33 PM]
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Submitted By: JeanP

Quote# 140152

Well, I'm calling homosexual sinners because the Bible calls homosexuals sinners. It's a point of fact, not a judgment. Second, I wouldn't be loving you, my neighbour, if I wasn't warning you that your continued sin would bar you from entering heaven when you die, as taught in the New Testament.

In fact, if I hated you, I would keep quiet. I can't do that. I love you.

Wil The Free, Anchored North 9 Comments [8/29/2018 1:43:06 PM]
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Submitted By: CC

Quote# 140129

The left has concocted a lucrative category of politically correct victims: "climate refugees." It's the new Green racket.
U.S. taxpayers will now be forking over untold billions to ease the pain allegedly inflicted on "carbon's casualties" by industrial activity. By contrast, those who have suffered as a direct result of government incompetence by federal environmental bureaucrats continue to get the shaft.

Consider the plight of two tribes: the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw in Louisiana and the Navajo Nation in New Mexico.

LOUISIANA2-superJumbo-v3The New York Times splashed a viral story on its pages this week spotlighting the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's $48 million grant to Native-Americans who live in the flood-ravaged coastal community of Isle de Jean Charles. About 60 residents, the majority of whom belong to the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw tribe, will be resettled to drier land.

That's a whopping $800,000 per "climate refugee!"

Never mind that the Times' propagandists themselves admit that erosion on the island began in 1955 as a result of land-use and land-management factors that had nothing to do with climate change.

"Channels cut by loggers and oil companies eroded much of the island," the paper reported, "and decades of flood control efforts have kept once free-flowing rivers from replenishing the wetlands' sediments."

Never mind that there are conflicting scientific analyses on the extent to which man-made greenhouses gases have caused sea levels to rise; whether the rate is accelerating; and how much, if any, reducing carbon emissions would actually mitigate purportedly rising sea levels.

Never mind that enviro-alarmists have conveniently changed their tune from blaming global warming for causing sea level rises to blaming global warming for causing sea level drops.

Oh, and never mind that many of the inhabitants of Isle de Jean Charles—whose forefathers originally moved there to escape forced government relocation under the 1830 Indian Removal Act—don't even want to leave and have fought resettlement efforts for decades.

Obama's social engineers are already plotting how to replicate the climate change relocation program. "We see this as setting a precedent for the rest of the country, the rest of the world," declared HUD official Marion McFadden, who is running the program.

Even worse, the United Nations is looking to preemptively "address extreme weather displacement" by targeting refugees even before any apocalyptic event has caused them to seek refuge.

Can you spell "manufacturing a crisis"?

While these meddling liberals conspire to displace one tribe in the name of saving the planet, another tribe is still begging for help after Obama's destructive EPA poisoned their waters.

It's been almost eight months since an Environmental Protection Agency contractor recklessly knocked a hole at the long-abandoned Gold King Mine in Colorado's San Juan Mountains. You should know that Washington has long schemed to declare it a Superfund site, which would increase its power, budget and access over the region.

A federally sponsored wrecking crew poking around in the mine last August triggered a 3 million-ton flood of bright orange gunk into the Animas River. EPA's blithering idiots delayed notifying local residents for 24 hours and downplayed the toxic spill's effects.

Downstream, the muck seeped into the San Juan River in New Mexico, where the Navajo Nation lives and farms. The impact on drinking water and livelihoods has been catastrophic. But the Obama administration refused the tribe's request for disaster relief from FEMA last fall and yanked emergency water tanks the EPA had supplied for Navajo livestock.

Michelle Malkin, VDARE 10 Comments [8/28/2018 8:28:30 PM]
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Quote# 140150

(They're referring to a 9 year old who killed themselves after homophobic bullying)

Correct. As sad as this suicide is, the very fact, the very idea that the school is going to use this suicide to indoctrinate other children into believing that homosexuality is not a sick perverted disease, is just as tragic.

If I were a teacher at that school I would be trying to show, trying to teach that little Jamal needed help, encouragement and treatment to get over this sickness, this illness. I would want to impress on the other children that being gay is not normal. It’s a perversion. Do not be like Jamal.

Responsibility2nd, Free Republic 15 Comments [8/28/2018 1:40:23 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 140148

As a sub-3 male, I refuse to work or contribute to society in any shape or form. I will leech off of others until the very day I die. I will not go to school or do anything remotely productive with my life because of my deformed body and face. Looks=foundation of your entire life. Without a functioning and aesthetic foundation you can not truly level up in life.

UglyHikikomori, incels.me 12 Comments [8/28/2018 1:40:05 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 140143

Agree with the homosexuality thing. Perverts are placed in all positions and it hinders cultural development. Who wants to be in programs if there is always going to be some creepy molester there? For example, do you want a child to do scouts or the arts or the clergy knowing that there is going to be some potential homosexual pedophile there that the institution is going to cover for? It makes people not want to participate in activities. Think of all the talented people we never got to see because they would not get on the zio casting couch.

Also, I would say it is not healthy when every overpaid sports and entertainment figure hates the country, hates the anthem, hates the flag, is foul-mouthed and vulgar and in a perpetual state of protesting the very country and people that made the location what it is. It's actually a buzzkill. It's become shameful and embarrassing to see most media and entertainment in the country. It is not something anyone can really be proud of. Especially, having to know that so many positions are just given away based on quotas for psyop purposes.

One could say the very same thing for the schools. If students are showing up just to hear their people being called racist, misogynistic, anti-semitic, you know, the whole Hillary list= a “basket of deplorables” made up of “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic” people, then why bother even having a school if you hate the American people so much? In fact, instead of "progress," it seems the list of things to hate Americans for has only grown longer from the left.

LoveTheWhites, Stormfront 9 Comments [8/28/2018 1:36:04 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 140139

Harvest Baptist Church is a big religious school with a church on the side. What a sad joke for a ministry!!! That is my humble opinion. They never cared about me, only their little snobby clique of Bob Jones University graduates and rich airplane pilots. I say, to Hell with Harvest Baptist Cult and their satanic counterfeit Alexandrian Bible versions!!! To Hell with Harvest Baptist Cult on Guam and their ungodly support of satanic false prophet, a boastful 5-point Calvinist, Dr. John MacArthur!!! To Hell with their heresy of Lordship Salvation, and for them bidding Godspeed to ecumenical false prophet Ravi Zacharias!!! Churches like Harvest are the reason why so many people will never step foot into a church, because it's all phony and people see right through it! There is no power of the Holy Spirit!!!

I am torn between my love and duty as a believer to stand for THE TRUTH (Ephesians 5:11; 6:12; Titus 1:10-13; Galatians 3:1-3), and my need as a human being for fellowship with a local body of Christian believers in a church. So Harvest has put me into a peculiar situation where I either have to compromise my stand, and go along to get along with their apostasy just to have a church family; or I can stay home an take a stand with no social life, and be lonely and likely never find a wife. I actually chose the former in early 2017, desperate for fellowship in a church. But now they won't even take me back, and so I am forced to do the latter, and I am standing, hence this article (and many more to come, Lord willing). Someone needs to tell THE TRUTH! Someone needs to take a stand for God's Word, to uphold its purity, inspiration and authority. The pastors and staff at Harvest have social lives, wives, friends, so what do they care if I don't, right? They are some of the most selfish, shallow, arrogant and insensitive people I have ever met. They have sold-out to ecumenism, sold-out to promote sinister ministers like Ravi Zacharias and John MacArthur. They have decided to go along with the corrupt religious world, to find their niche and take their slice of the money pie. Bob Jones University is a joke today!

I am not bitter against Harvest, I am disgusted how they have mistreated me as an individual, and continue to do so, because if they'll crap on me (and they have), they'll crap on anybody who is not in their little clique. That is as ungodly as anything in Satan's world of darkness!!! When a so-called “church” sees a man hurting, knowing that he is in bodily and emotional pain (and I have the e-mails to prove they knew, and a prayer list from their church with my name on it from 2014, until they forced me out and gave up on me), and have suffered a divorce (I have it in writing that she refused to reconcile with me), and lost everything in this life, and have done nothing to hurt anyone, they are evildoers!

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Savior 19 Comments [8/28/2018 1:35:39 PM]
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It won't be my science then that discovers how half the body goes numb by virtue of our attitude towards our
Creator's son causing us to start dying internally long before we die...or that this lack of breathing to full capacity in that numbed lung, over a sustained period causes us to be susceptible to blood clotting...strokes...brain tumours...heart disease...dementia...and a few other things besides. It's my latest project...but it is early days yet..so pretend I haven't told you...but the evidence, so far, indicates I'm on the right track...and It will be all thanks to Jesus Christ's accurate teaching...itself, a science.

NicholasMarks, Religion and Ethics 6 Comments [8/28/2018 1:35:04 PM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

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I have always had a problem with the "very real misdeeds". We know so little about ancient happenings in North America, when it comes to humans, so when do misdeeds start?. We do know that Kennewick Man, the 9000 year old Caucasian remains found in Washington State was declared to be an "Indian", because Caucasians weren't supposed to be in North America at the time. We know that the Paiute's oral history tells us that they genocided the "red haired giants" that were already living in Nevada when the Paiutes arrived. The Spirit Cave mummy had red hair, and has recently been declared to be an "Indian" because of genetic testing, even though red hair has never been an Amerind trait. Pre-Columbian Aztec art shows whites being ritually sacrificed, and the Incas have a White Gods returning legend. In Florida's Windover Bog, 7000 year old Caucasian red haired mummies have been found. The M'kmaq, the sole "Indian" tribe that has a written language, say that they were given it by non-Indians in ancient times. Amerinds have no history of mining, but someone was mining copper on Michigan's Upper Peninsula during the Bronze age.

The Amerinds did not, as they like to say, always greet Whites with open arms. They fought Europeans and among themselves viciously and almost constantly. The Iroquois genocided the Hurons, and the Ojibway fled from Ontario to Manitoba to avoid the same fate.

My point is that many of the "very real misdeeds" would likely have been much worse had the Amerinds been in charge. Past governments did what they did based on their understanding of the circumstances at the time. We are in no position to judge them on what we think today.

Carmudgeon_49, Eurocanadian 9 Comments [8/28/2018 12:58:47 PM]
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Quote# 140127

Natives are on our side they hate minorities more than we do. They know they wont get a thin dime if chinese or muslims takeover. They already see how corrupt these people are in canada and their own nations, also indians from india. I could never figure out how 75 different white cultures from 75 nations get lumped into ONE group ??

Carmudgeon_49, Eurocanadian 5 Comments [8/28/2018 12:56:51 PM]
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I'm in my mid 20's and so is my coworker. Anyway, this morning my coworker left his laptop alone in his desk and I started browsing his recent browser history out of curiosity. I found many links to adult pages and most of them had underage little girls completely naked. I don't know what to think, I could've never imagined him doing such a thing. I'm having a serious mental breakdown over this; he's a very attractive and fit guy and not at all the kind of guy you would expect to have such habits. Maybe it was a friend of his using his computer? At first I thought about reporting him to the authorities, but it would not be a good decision since at my workplace we run a really close-knit group and everyone has a great vibe (mostly men) and such a thing would destroy the group and probably my relationships with bosses and coworkers

Throwawayelise3, Reddit 11 Comments [8/28/2018 12:51:49 PM]
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WhatNemesisMeans: The faggots over at fstdt are getting triggered by this thread.

hoodLOLCOW: >triggered by a @Doc Cassidy shit thread


Doc Cassidy: It's about time those fags bitched about me. It's long overdue and I've been kind of offended that they were ignoring me.

various Kiwis, Kiwi Farms 14 Comments [8/28/2018 12:51:24 PM]
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