Quote# 129942

Hello, Internet Tumor!
Greetings, Fellow mortals! I Am An Anti-Feminist,Furry,Brony,SJW, Ect. Blog. If You Do not like it, Guess what? I Don’t give to flying fucks! I’ll be here to bring as much suffering to SJWs, Feminists, Furries, Bronies, SJWs, ECT For the time I Am here! I Sure do hope I Am welcomed.

i-am-very-happy, Tumblr 19 Comments [7/30/2017 9:20:18 AM]
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Quote# 12707

[How exactly does gay marriage harm heterosexual rights]

I do think though that before I go I need to make one thing clear: defining marriage as being between a man and a woman only does not force gays to not be gay as I have heard many liberals say. It merely states that we are not obligated to recognise it. To be honest, the only forceful thing is that those who oppose it are being trying to be forced by law to recognise it. That's what would happen wouldn't it. We would have no legal choice correct. Isn't that a volation of my rights. Well, I digress.

narudown, Naruto Forums 31 Comments [7/1/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1440

ON CREATION: I believe in special creation by GOD, not evolution. I do not accept macro-evolution. (I do not accept hydrogen gas becomes people over time.)" "WORLD RELIGIONS: I accept only the gospel. Most buddhism and hinduism dont even believe in a personal God. Isalm totally contradicts the bible. Judaism if fulfilled in Christ." "PHILOSOPHY: I reject any anti-christian philosophy. Including liguistic analysis, logical positivism, etc..." "OTHER ISSUES DOES ET EXIST? --- I think not due to theological problems. One rebel planet is enough. I think God creates all intelligent life forms with free will as in angels (some fell) and human. Therefore one incarnation to save people on this earth is it. However I am open to ET existing. Can some life exist and not sin (next to God?) NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCES--- I think some are legit. If they are biblical I can accept them. If they are not biblical I must reject them. Bias yes. SHROUD OF TURIN--- I am 98% sure its real. If so I believe the image was caused by Jesus resurrection. GHOSTS--- I think some are real. Most or all are demonic. OTHER UNIVERSES?--- If so God is sovereign.

res1fe8k, Rapture Ready 8 Comments [11/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 112745

It becomes more pathetic when you USA as a very influencial country on earth made this claim that same-sex marriage is normal and is basic human right and should be promoted anywhere else through Obama. You should be very careful of what you are doing because it affects other countries as well. USA is not the world. There are cultures who see man and woman alone in a marriage. There are reasons for these and are all good. Like the proper upbringing of children in a heteresexual household. And I know the myth supported by LGBT supporters that children raised in same-sex household are also healthy when in fact the researches done are biased.

Now the minority LGBT supporters are trying to coerce the public officials to agree to their demands, that's more pathetic.

akosipatriot, Christian News Network 25 Comments [9/12/2015 3:33:55 AM]
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Quote# 30402

If you have heard much of Dr. Missler’s teaching you know that he periodically points out that the End Times will be like the times of Noah. He thinks … that the fallen angels may again (among those not bound in darkness now, Jude 6) take women whom they want.

We know that some very large “human” skeletons have been found (over 12 feet tall). There appear to have been some “Nephilim” after the Flood as well: Numbers 13:33 “And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.”

pabramson, CSE blogs 36 Comments [10/24/2007 9:41:19 PM]
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Quote# 124111

If I had my way, I'd ban large cities in America. The largest city couldn't be any larger than 100,000 citizens. I would strongly enforce that number, with no exceptions. It would eliminate half of America's problems overnight. Long traffic rides to and from work would be gone. And if I needed to, I'd limit the biggest cities down to 50,000 citizens. A small city is a functional city, a happy city and the homeless are cared for. I could write a very big book, about the problems caused by building big cities. The commonsense answer is to think the herd!

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Savior 28 Comments [1/31/2017 2:40:41 PM]
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Quote# 12938

[Pete expresses his outrage at a pro-abortion article that he read on <a href="http://www.theonion.com/content/node/33680?issue=4227&special=1999">THE ONION</a>]

To sum it up, Miss Weber said:

"I realize there are people who will criticize me, calling me selfish and immature because I took "the easy way out." I realize there are those who will condemn me to hell for what I'm about to do. Well, I don't care what they say: It's worth it for all the fun and laughs I'm going to have at the clinic. So listen up, world: I'm pro-abortion... and I love it! See you at my post-abortion party, everybody!"

Miss Weber, you have killed your child, which you admit is a baby/human being, intentionally. That does make you an admitted murderer. I'm not going to "condemn you to hell", I'm going to pray for your forgiveness and for the suffering which you will endure when you realize what you have done. Every baby you see from that moment on is going to wake you up to the realization that you killed your child.

Pete, March Together For Life 60 Comments [7/11/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 90673

Obama won with government plantation slaves, illegal aliens, females wanting to kill their unborn, and idiots under 30. Lord help us!!!!

Firekrakka, Where Liberty Dwells 48 Comments [11/13/2012 4:09:50 AM]
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Quote# 14348

<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/starlen/tags/listenanddo/" target="_blank">A christian children's colouring book from 1954. Each page is a gem.</a>

Listen and Do, FlickR 23 Comments [8/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 121297

GIVE US OUR SAFE SPACES BACK

One of the most noteworthy things I have noticed about trans women is that they’re selfish and that they think that the entire world revolves around them.

They don’t care that women will be raped because of the new bathroom law that states that any person can choose any gendered bathroom, thus a lot of men will claim to be transgender women and gain access to the women’s bathroom. They don’t care that trans women WILL rape and already raped women in safe spaces made for women.They don’t care that convicted rapists are gaining access to women’s prisons because of the whole trans ideology. They don’t care that women are more at risk for PTSD, rape and abuse just because they want to live their lives as women.

They don’t care, and they will never acknowledge all of these things. Because then, they’d have to realize that there is a difference between them and women. They’d have to acknowledge male violence. They’d have to realize that sex-based oppression is indeed alive and well, and kills women daily.

It’s utterly disgusting and it’s why I’ll never respect them.

# feminism # radical feminism # radfem # radical feminist # liberal feminism # thoughts # trans # 100

Homereker, Tumblr 32 Comments [8/24/2016 4:02:51 PM]
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Quote# 73182

With the war against white Christianity by the secular left, we all know that openly offending Christians is not only accepted, but has almost become celebrated in this country.

At the same time we also know that had this offended a certain other religion with a tendency for aggression, then everything would be done to avoid any offence.


SystemF, BBC News 62 Comments [5/26/2010 5:24:58 AM]
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Quote# 88041

I'll assume for the moment that women's suffrage is a good thing. It's still possible to do good things for the wrong reasons.

If you ask your typical leftist or liberal what the reason was for women's suffrage, they'll say "equality" - precisely the same reason they'll give for gay marriage, income redistribution, affirmative action, capitulation to Islam, multiculturalism, and all the various feminist abuses you've complained about in this entry.

But what do they mean by "equality"? Do they mean that women are, in general, equally prone to being politically and economically informed as men? Or perhaps liberals thought that womens' tendency to be less politically informed was simply a result of them not being allowed to vote, and that letting them vote would remedy that situation? If so, they were mistaken. Did they think that women are, in general, equally rational and capable of putting aside their emotions when considering abstract political issues as men? If so, again, they were mistaken. The greater emotionality is intrinsic to women (they couldn't perform the essential role that men can't - nurturing - without it).

Why do you think it is that women were not included in suffrage in the first place? Was it because of male oppression? Was it because our Founding Fathers were sexist jerks who didn't believe in equality?

In my opinion, no. It was primarily the result of the fact that women typically aren't naturally as interested in, or informed about, abstract political issues as men are, as demonstrated in that link above. Nearly all of the political philosophy and theory, rhetoric, political passion, energy, and manpower driving the American Revolution came from men, so it made perfect sense that they placed the responsibility of safeguarding what they had worked for on themselves once they had won it. That women weren't also placed in charge of guarding it at first was simply a reflection of the fact that, with few exceptions, they weren't the ones who had created and fought for it, intellectually or physically.

Later expanding the franchise to women was an act of generosity, not the overdue recognition of some natural and intrinsic political equality that had always existed but which had been suppressed by selfish and brutish patriarchal sexists. A person expecting some sort of material parity between the sexes to manifest itself in the wake of womens' suffrage would be sorely disappointed, and would likely move on to the next mad scheme to achieve it.

So it's not that women's suffrage itself necessarily leads to the many abuses of feminism we see today. It's the rationale typically behind it. If your rationale for suffrage is "equality", then you need to think hard about what you mean by that. It could be that you're using the same logic that has been used to justify all the atrocities of feminism, but that you just haven't (out of basic sanity) been willing to push it as far as they have.

the_deuce, John C. Wright's Journal 47 Comments [6/28/2012 3:24:32 AM]
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Quote# 52959

You fail to realize that this is not "home of the gay" it's "home of the BRAVE". Faggots ruin the image of the US to the world. NO OTHER country in the world condones these sodomites.You are also NOT a christian.You are part of some kind of cult obsessed with homosexuality.Oh I am VERY sorry we are not a ENLIGHTENED as you. We dont have the same crazy BELIEFS as you. If you love faggots so much move to atheist shithole denmark,just stay the fuck off of our soil,we dont need your gay agenda shit.

Hot Dick, YouTube 46 Comments [11/28/2008 12:27:40 AM]
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Quote# 39770

(Anyone watch the show "Reaper" on the CW? Is it any good?)

Sure it's a good show. If your anti-God. This blasphemus show is based off of the Christian faith but makes a total mockery of it. Instead of having Satan evil and out to destroy humanity, he's portrayed as this 'cool', likable guy who, yeah is evil and all but really deep down he's has feelings and is just misunderstood*rollseyes* Give me a break! And last Tuesdays episode was the last straw for me. One of the characters dies and goes to Heaven but, get this- not only is he a demon, he's a homosexual. Let me repeat that: A gay demon gets to go to Heaven. I'm really at a lost for words about that. Liberal television strikes again.

Darwin Was Wrong, Yahoo Answers 50 Comments [5/22/2008 6:51:39 AM]
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Quote# 4843

I love Ann [Coulter]. I am not tired of her. I agree with her no matter how uncomfortable it makes you. She is one of my heroes. She gives the Dems a taste of their own medicine and they can't handle it. I love watching them squirm when they debate her, it gives me tingles cause it's so freaking cool!

hayden, POD Warrior Forum 26 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 18113

If an angel was in a UFO that led the astrologers (the 'wise men') to the young child Jesus in that house (Mt 2:11), then it must have been a wicked angel. How so? We have these pagan astrologers (Greek, "magoi"; see De 18:10-12 and Isa 47:13,14) traveling along and they see a "star". (how convenient; astrologers.....stars.....) Does it lead them directly to Jesus? Nope. They next end up in front of the wicked King Herod in Jerusalem. (Mt 2:1,2) Herod lies to the astrologers and tells them to go find the Christ and report back to him so he can worship him also. (Mt 2:8) His real intention was to kill Jesus. (Mt 2:13) Now an assassination plot has been assembled and the astrologers are the dupes in this scheme. So the astrologers start to travel and see the "star" again. This time it leads them to Bethlehem and to not a baby, but the young child Jesus in his house. (Mt 2:9) After they pay their homage to Jesus, the astrologers are ready to head back to Jerusalem to report to Herod as instructed. So up to this point, following the "star" has just about got Jesus killed! How is God going to stop it? He warns them in a dream not to go back to Herod. (Mt 2:12) So who was using the "star" to help carry out an evil assassination plot? Who else, but the manslayer and opposer of God, Satan the Devil. Thus the next time you see a 'star' on top of a Christmas tree, remember that it represents a wicked angel who was determined to have Jesus, the Son of God, killed.

baphomet, CARM 14 Comments [12/12/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 34907

9Originally Posted by EnemyPartyII
Do you think that Buddhism/Hinduism/Islam would have ever gone as far as it has if there weren't any REAL and credible experiences and evnets in people's lives?)

Those religions are often forced upon people and they don't have the choice.

Inan3, Foru.ms 57 Comments [2/12/2008 10:28:52 PM]
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Quote# 141818

Gay activists are coming after Christian churches next…and it’s already happening

November 19, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Over the past decade, attacks on Canada’s Christian communities by LGBT activists have escalated significantly. In Alberta, Education Minister David Eggen is threatening to defund and possibly shut down religious schools that do not accept Gay-Straight alliance clubs. Canada’s Supreme Court recently ruled against Trinity Western University, a private Christian institution in British Columbia, for having students agree to a lifestyle contract upon enrollment. And of course, attempts to force schools to teach gender ideology are taking place simultaneously in nearly every province across the country.

I’ve seen many Canadian Christians post articles describing these events on social media, often accompanied by the million dollar question: “What’s next?” I suspect that I’ve known the answer to that question for some time, but recent events in Ontario indicate that it could happen sooner than I’d thought. The potential catalyst is a story that has been reported on breathlessly by Canadian media for just over a week now.

A Bowmanville woman, Kimberley Mills, was attending the Calvary Baptist Church in Oshawa, Ontario. Calvary Baptist, like most churches (and all Christian churches for the past two thousand years prior to a few decades ago) holds to the traditional biblical teaching on sexual morality. Mills, however, has been in a relationship with her partner Meghan Fowler for several years. Despite the many liberal churches she could have attended that would have been more than thrilled to celebrate her relationship, Mills chose to attend a church that adheres to what the Bible says about sexuality, and even to serve as youth leader.

After sharing with people in her church that she was in a long-term same-sex relationship, she was removed from the membership rolls of Calvary Baptist Church in November, and received a letter from the church leadership informing her of this fact. This is standard practice for many churches: Membership is voluntary, but members must abide by the rules of the church community. As reported by the Toronto Star:

“It is a very serious matter to remove a member for discipline as you will note in the 1 Corinthians 5:5 text, and our hearts are broken over it,” said the letter signed by Dr. Tim Wagner, deacon chair.
Representatives from the church released a followup statement to say that everyone is welcome to attend Sunday services, regardless of whether they are members. However, the church does have the option to remove someone from membership — a “voluntary association of like-minded individuals.”
“We love and care for everyone since we are all made in the Image of God,” said the Calvary Baptist Church statement. “Those who choose to become members of Calvary Baptist Church share our theological and doctrinal beliefs and agree to live in accordance with those beliefs. When an individual ceases to hold those beliefs or live in accordance with them, as has recently happened, that individual may be removed from membership but always remains welcome to attend our services and other programs.”

The letter informed her that she was “living in disobedience to the Scriptures,” which made Mills very upset. The Star noted that this conflict “thrust [her] into the role of gay rights advocate,” and quoted Mills explaining that, “It’s clear that something needs to change. I feel that God designed me the way I am and He’s going to love me the way I am.” She promptly went public on social media, and says she has been (predictably) receiving much public support, as well as getting many messages from pastors informing her that they were in complete approval of her relationship. Again, it is difficult to understand why Mills did not choose to attend a church presided by over one of those pastors to begin with.

Mills now says that she had “started to be concerned about coming out at the church when a sermon took a strong stand against homosexuality,” and “felt like she wasn’t able to be true to herself while at church.” (This is understandable, as biblical churches do not exist to help people feel “true to themselves,” but rather speak of the need for repentance and obedience to God.) Mills had several discussions with church leaders that she found unsatisfactory, and instead decided to leave the church—“but she plans to continue speaking out about her experience.”

That experience has already attracted the attention of one gay activist, who has now put Calvary Baptist Church in his crosshairs:

Oshawa community advocate Mac Moreau has launched a letter-writing campaign asking the Canada Revenue Agency to review the charitable status of Calvary Baptist Church. As a registered charity, churches receive significant tax breaks from the provincial and federal government — with the requirement that churches devote all of their resources to charity.

“The church has allowed its resources to be used for activities that promote hate and intolerance,” said Moreau. “If you are going to promote hate and intolerance, you shouldn’t receive benefits from the Canadian government that all Canadians contribute to.”

Moreau said the letter — and potentially ensuing CRA assessment — isn’t meant to close the Calvary Baptist Church. The aim is to support other gay parishioners who are feeling pushed out of their churches, and to hopefully serve as a warning to all churches that preach intolerance.

“This isn’t meant to destroy a church family,” said Moreau, who attended the Calvary Baptist Church as a child and said he later left over concerns about the messages of obedience and intolerance. “This is simply to say in this day-and-age, when you’re receiving benefits from the public purse, this is not acceptable.”
This will be the next strategic move on the part of Canadian LGBT activists. Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government has already placed an ideological litmus test (which includes LGBT issues as well as abortion) as a prerequisite for gaining access to the Canada Summer Jobs Program, and soon enough LGBT activists will turn their attention to those churches (and other religious institutions) that still hold to the traditional biblical teaching on sexuality. Perhaps Kimberley Mills will be the catalyst, or perhaps somebody else will. But it will happen, and probably sooner rather than later.

LGBT activists will soon demand that governments strip charitable status from any church or institution that disagrees with their ideology of sexuality, and will accuse any politician who declines to do so of being a homophobe or a transphobe. They will claim that these churches make the lives of LGBT people miserable, and that they should be condemned by all people of goodwill. Any good that these churches do, they will say, is vastly outweighed by their fundamental bigotry. And if the past is any indication, Canada’s spineless politicians will fall into line and do just that.

Jonathan Van Maren, LifeSite News 11 Comments [1/4/2019 5:09:21 AM]
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Quote# 142356

The lgbq want ever the letters are this week are pushing this and people are afraid of them! Why I don't know except satin is behind this full force! Just a few years ago this was not out in the open. Just look how people are talking and doing things now. INSANITY rules. Its going to get worse! COME QUICKLY LORD JESUS!!


billy swinea, Rapture Forums 18 Comments [2/10/2019 3:56:02 AM]
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Quote# 55947

What is the evolutionists explanation for the fossil record? The fossil record does not substantiate a slow evolution of species..

FireFox, The Search 50 Comments [1/12/2009 12:35:17 AM]
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