Quote# 121432

I wonder how much longer the transthing'll last. It's just such a stretch. Hope never showed any signs of transexuality before the coming out video. No interest in the same sex, nor meaningful penchant for the opposite sex's fashion or hobbies. She mentioned psychological issues and eating disorder in her coming out, but that could come from any number of buggaboos.

Lindsay and MarzGurl are butcher than her. The whole thing just seems like an attempt to put a bandaid on other dysfunctions.

*Asterisk*, Kiwi Farms 17 Comments [9/4/2016 10:42:25 AM]
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Quote# 132679

If people fall under the influence of Satan, then they have no love for God within them, and their previous visions, love, and resolution have disappeared. People used to feel that they were supposed to suffer for God, but today they think it is shameful and have no shortage of complaints. This is the work of Satan; it shows that man has fallen under the domain of Satan. If you encounter this state you must pray, and turn the other way as soon as you can—this will protect you against Satan’s attacks.

It is during bitter refinement that man can most easily fall under the influence of Satan—so how should you love God during such refinement? You should summon your will, laying your heart before God and devoting the last of your time to Him. No matter how God refines you, you should be able to put the truth into practice to fulfill God’s will, and you should take it upon yourself to seek God and seek communion with God.

As you experience, you will fail twice and succeed once, or else fail five times and succeed twice, and as you experience in this way, only amid failure will you be able to see the loveliness of God and discover what is lacking within you. When you next encounter such situations, you should caution yourself, temper your steps, and pray more often. You will gradually develop the ability to triumph in such situations. When that happens, your prayers have been effective.

Church of Almighty God, Church of Almighty God 3 Comments [10/9/2017 1:51:29 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

You may wish it was a Poe

But it isn't.

Quote# 64610

In an interview with the BBC, the group's leader, Mohammed Yusuf, said such education "spoils the belief in one god".


"There are prominent Islamic preachers who have seen and understood that the present Western-style education is mixed with issues that run contrary to our beliefs in Islam," he said.

"Like rain. We believe it is a creation of god rather than an evaporation caused by the sun that condenses and becomes rain.

"Like saying the world is a sphere. If it runs contrary to the teachings of Allah, we reject it. We also reject the theory of Darwinism."

Mohammed Yusuf, BBC 117 Comments [8/5/2009 1:25:37 PM]
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Submitted By: wackadoodle

Quote# 132508

So the pathetic Chinese authorities are crawling to the Americans and have decided to close down DPRK businesses in China ! Shame on them ! However , they will fail. The DPRK does not need joint -ventures ! Long live Juche ! Long live self-development first ! Long live self-reliance !

UK Korean Friendship Association, Korean Friendship Association 2 Comments [10/9/2017 12:51:48 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 132496

One hundred years ago, Russia fell to Marx, Satan's mouthpiece, killed off its monarchy and God, to became the evil Soviet Union. The Soviets then embarked upon a slow Suicide by Satan by embracing and spreading Satan's poisonous marxist malware in itself and around the world.

In the 100 years since Fatima, even as we saw the Soviets kill themselves and their "friends" with that poisonous malware, we, the people, in America have been slowly divided and picked apart by it, too, as Satan's marxist malware evolves and adapts itself to US and we to it.

In fact, while feeling the Bern last election, the demonrat party almost came fully out of the closet to make Satan's marxist malware their and our official guiding light until Hillary and the Clinton Crime Family shut that effort down.

Thankfully, Trump then shut the Clinton Crime Family's election hopes down, too, but for how long, no one knows.

The malware's poison invades, adapts and conquers everywhere it goes like Asian carp in the Mississippi.

GBA, Free Republic 1 Comments [10/9/2017 12:50:20 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 132511

It makes sense that transactivists and ‘sex worker’ rights activists would have an affinity for one another. Transactivists and pimps both blame women for men’s violence. Pimps say men wouldn’t enslave, rape, and brutalize prostituted women if feminists stopped criticizing them for it. Transactivists say that men would stop raping, brutalizing, and killing transwomen if feminists would stop criticizing them for it.

I’m 100% certain that decriminalizing pimps and brothel owners won’t stop Punters from raping and brutalizing prostituted women and children. Likewise I am 100% sure that feminists calling transwomen women wouldn stop men from killing them.

FierceMild, Feminist Current 1 Comments [10/9/2017 12:52:18 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 132433

[Topic called "Is Suicide Selfish?"]

Yeah, it is. With the exception of people with terminal illnesses, your problems are not so bad that suicide is anything but fucking ridiculous. Losing someone fucking sucks, and if you're willing to let the people around you go through that just because you think you have it like shit, you're selfish.

Everyone dies. It's the most natural thing in the world, and we all have to learn to deal with our loved ones dying. It's sad, and then you get over it, because that's what people do. If honestly you think people should feel obligated to suffer through a miserable life they don't want to live just so you don't have to deal with being sad for a few weeks, you're the selfish one.

what's a good reason to kill yourself?

Not wanting to live. That's good enough.

You really are a disgustingly selfish person, you know? I'm not even saying this to try and insult you or shame, I just think you have no idea how incredibly morally bankrupt you are because you're blinded by your own selfishness. You are quite literally saying that if a person is in such crippling overwhelming misery that they're ready to take their own life, they shouldn't do it because you will feel kinda sad about it, maybe even for a longish time, and they should consider your feelings first.

That's appalling. You are appalling. You are an appalling, disgusting human being. Just look at what you're saying. You're telling people with a case of the sads so extreme that they are literally ready to die to escape it that they should stay alive being that miserable, indefinitely, because if they die you'll have a much smaller and manageable case of the sads. You are looking at massive, unthinkable cases of the sads and saying "No, that's not as important as whether or not I feel a little bit sad and they should accept that." This is like telling a starving man he should give you his sandwich because you're slightly hungry. Your sense of entitlement is incredible, and your myopic blindness to it utterly disgusting. You might consider yourself a good person, you might do good things, make the world around you a little better, but I want you to know that no matter what you tell yourself, you are such a fundamentally selfish person that you assume starving men should give you their sandwiches.

You need to reevaluate your moral compass, because assuming your feelings should be the center of it makes you an appalling piece of shit, dude. Appalling.

I'm just saying, death is kinda permanent. There's better solutions. If you really feel like you can't handle it, fine, do it. I'll deal. Don't pretend like it's some big moral issue that I'm minimizing the pain of the mentally ill when you're minimizing the pain of the people around them. It's not like the death of someone close to you is something you shrug off, that's bullshit. Emotions are erratic, sporadic, and lie to you. I've felt that, friends of mine have felt that. Shit has looked bleak many times and we've carried on and had brighter days. Your feels are a fucking stupid reason to kill yourself. If I'm bankrupt for that, cool.

So now you're basically saying the starving man should give you his sandwich because if he works really hard he could have a roast dinner instead.

Morally bankrupt, dude.

Everyone that cares about you is going to fall asleep a couple of times a week trying to push your death out of their minds, wondering what they could've done differently. It's going to last the rest of their lives and it'll probably cause them to fail in the exact same way you did, you loathsome piece of shit.

lol no it's not, holy shit. What kind of weak shit is this? People die. Most of the people you love are likely to die before you. You get over it. It's not life-shattering, it's not unsurmountable, it's normal. That's what literally everyone who has ever lived does, and has been doing since people have been around. If you're so weak that you can't even cope with the basic fundamental reality of life and death that all of us are expected to live our lives around, then you should just kill yourself. Nobody would blame you (except entitled little pissbabies like you, I guess)

lol That's sociopathic.

Yeah, death happens. If you choose to inflict the grim realties of death on someone, you are either insane or a piece of shit lol.

I feel sorry for your loved ones, and hope you never put your sociopathy into practice lol.

So you think people should suffer through long miserable lives they don't want to live just so other people don't get bummed out for a while that they're no longer around being miserable? That's sociopathic.

Life sucks and it doesn't stop sucking until you die, but that doesn't give anyone the moral right to make it worse for others.

Cool so if you're in a shit marriage you should stay in it because your husband will be sad for a while that you divorced him?

It's your life. Nobody elses. Nobody else has the moral authority to tell you it's wrong to opt out.

I have experience in this field.

Pretty much everyone has experience in this field. Suicides aren't rare. I would honestly be surprised to meet anybody over the age of 25 or so who has never had a loved one commit suicide.

In the end though, people fall into two camps when dealing with it. Some people are reasonable, compassionate, understanding human beings who accept reality and move on with their lives. And some people are screeching crying selfish babies who want to yell at a corpse for inconveniencing them.

Dynastia, Kiwi Farms 1 Comments [10/9/2017 12:35:50 AM]
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Quote# 132674

I'm sick of people who puts up parties. I'm sick of people who goes to parties. And I'm fucking sick of the fact that there exists events called parties. I mean, are you fucking kidding me? Can't a man get some shut eye for once without getting interrupted by a bunch of degenerates who are acting like hooligans? I couldn't get any fucking sleep because my neighbors thought it was a great idea to hold some party in the middle of the night. Fucking bellends.

My sleep was entirely ruined, and I was forced to hear nothing but the crap music these phaggots were blasting off their speakers. Not to mention the moronic shouting and the shrieking coming from the drunk femoids cunts; probably were getting railed by multiple Chad's and Tyrone's. This is all what normans are interested in; meaningless pleasure that amounts to nothing. No wonder you fucksticks are always so miserable.

If you ask me: parties should be banned. It only attracts degenerates who are interested in drinking, smoking, doing drugs, screaming from the top of their lungs incoherently, fucking random people, dancing to shit music and all that shit. They are a public nuisance and should be treated as such. The cunts who go to parties are a good group to get rid of because they do nothing but plague this society.

Lookismisreal, r/incels 22 Comments [10/6/2017 10:01:22 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 132755

(For context, this post is in response to a cis/not trans poster saying the original poster's post, which said that all cis people should apologize to trans people for "systematic transphobia", was wrong because not all cis people are transphobic)

And I get that. But no matter how "usually liberal and inclusive" you are in your "run-ins" with trans people, supporting trans equity and trans rights includes understanding that sometimes trans people get frustrated with cis people and it means not immediately dismissing our concerns with a #notallcis argument. I'm sure you're actually a great person. And I'm not here to judge you, condemn you, or come for you in any way.

In fact I really appreciate cis people who support our work. But the fact is our work is uncomfortable and difficult and we can't do our work if we're also constantly trying to coddle cis people's fragility and not "alienate" or otherwise discomfit cis people.

ohanothatransgirll, r/asktransgender 6 Comments [10/8/2017 12:23:47 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 132756

OP has seemingly no concept or understanding of oppressive systems and how they work. The very worst that can come of what OP is complaining about is cis men getting their feelings hurt. Not a big deal. If an individual is a member of an oppressive class, then they are an oppressor. Personal convictions are not sufficient enough to undo kyriarchal socialization alone.

Oppressors are responsible for the harm of their own ignorance, they are personally and individually accountable for damaging (and ending) the lives of the oppressed. The onus is on them, not the oppressed, to educate and inform themselves so they aren't harming others. To claim otherwise absolves them of all responsibility for their harm. Nowhere in history where minorities have made gains and leaps, did it come about from babying their oppressors.

CelestialSeraphir, r/asktransgender 9 Comments [10/8/2017 12:23:57 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 18153

the universe being infinite and eternal would have to have an infinite nuber of events happen and an infinite number of matter to produce these events. lets use an analogy.
lets say i have an infinite number of marbles in my possession. using this knowledge:

Case 1. i decide to give you the whole pile of marbles. that leaves me with zero marbles and you with infinity marbles.

Case 2. i give you every even numbered marble, leaving me with infinity marbles and you with infinity marbles.

Case 3. i give you every marble labled 4 or higher. that gives you infinity and you with three marbles.

these three things sum up to three math equations:

1. infinity minus infinity equals zero
2. infinity minus infinity equals infinity
3. infinity minus infinity equals three

these things contradict themselves therefore the universe cannot be infinite.

The Man With A Plan, Myspace 55 Comments [12/13/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Adrian Burt

Quote# 18239

[In response to a global warming article headlined "Oceans may rise over 4 1/2 feet by 2100":]

All conjecture.

The flood was over after 40 days and He promised to never destroy the Earth by flood again. Stop sweating it!

miketelco2002, Yahoo!News message board 38 Comments [12/14/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: David D.G.

Quote# 132735

Being born gay isn't reality. The Gay lobby lies and says your born gay. The gay lobby began saying they were born that way in the 80s and 90s up until now. They began saying this because the religious right said that being gay was a bad moral lifestyle choice. The Gay lobby looked at this and said that by their logic they are right so we need a new excuse.

They looked for an idea and said what if we can be like blacks, women, disabled people and just say we were born like this. So they invented this idea that some people were just born to be homosexual. The left, of course accepted this idea because they want to constantly be open minded and diverse. I'm not stated that those are bad things, only when these ideals are taken to the extreme is when things tend to be problematic.

Research conducted by the Northshore Research Institute found clear links between male sexual orientation and two specific regions of the human genome. The researchers never found a single gene that was common in gay males or anything that would effect male sexual orientation.

This led the researchers to confirm the notion that sexual orientation is a choice. Genes can contribute to help make a decision in someone's head about being gay or not, but not change your sexual orientation. The main factors in this lifestyle choice is environment and upbringing. The point I make is simple, every credible scientist says there is no evidence in genes that homosexuals are born the way they are.

It is based off of nurture and environmental upbringings. They gay lobby simply used this as an easy answer to avoid the fact they chose directly to be gay. Now today it's imbedded in culture and popular to defend the born this way theory when it's just a lie. People ignore the facts choosing to follow crowds nowadays and no matter how many people they believe or follow, the bottom line is a lie is a lie.

jaredpitts101, r/DebateAltRight 10 Comments [10/8/2017 12:18:43 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 132707

The Jews living in their homes in the UK are not illegal squatters like those living on stolen Palestinian lands in OCCUPIED PALESTINE. They need to be “repatriated” to whence they came.That is a normal response to people who steal from others.Nothing to do with them being Jews.

Jeremy Corbyn will take the reigns of Power in the UK and Freedland and all the other Israel first traitors and zionist trouble makers will be put in their place and none too soon. The world will be a far better place when the scourge of Zionism is neutralised and it,s adherents have been sent to the back of the class .You should look impressive sporting a dunces cap.

amigo, MondoWeiss 17 Comments [10/7/2017 11:48:22 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 132732

(part of a longer arguement about the second amendment)

"Indeed. What good would any of that do against tanks, bombers, and so forth?"

Straw-man. I affirm military privatisation.
In other words, I believe that the people should be allowed to possess the same weapons as the government possesses.

"who do you envision purchasing enough tanks and fighter jets and such to fight the US government on equal terms?"

Do you understand what a free market even is?


If the governmental authorities have them, yes.

newenglandsun, slacktivist 17 Comments [10/8/2017 2:48:07 AM]
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Submitted By: skybison

Quote# 71264

Some things can not be explained by science. Take for example, rainbows. Rainbows are a mystery and you can not touch them, just like god. Despite this fact, they are still there even though there is no scientific explanation for them. So next time you find yourself doubting your faith, think of god as a rainbow. I know that this can be a difficult concept for some of you to grasp. It is just like air you can't see it but you know its there

Dro, Y!A 258 Comments [3/2/2010 2:05:53 AM]
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Quote# 95298

[George] Tiller was killed by a schizophrenic. I'm not even going to go into how they're usualy nontheists.

C, RAW story 28 Comments [7/2/2013 3:19:03 AM]
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Quote# 22597

Yesterday my wife and I were watching O'Reilly and he mention an issue with many college students now going down to Texas and having orgies and exposing themselves nude in public. It wasn't too long after that that we saw the must current weather report that more than 15 tornados had also been seen or touched down in Texas. Now...I don't know everything, but shouldn't someone majoring in Medicine be able to figure this out?

dustersa, Rapture Ready 50 Comments [3/27/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 18036

For a long time, Evolutionists have made up plenty of just-so stories, but I"m not really all that convinced that they are really doing any field research or laboratory work of their own. My thoughts are that they've been copying off of the Young Earth Creation Science works and claiming it as their own. I'm just asking for one piece of legitimate work from an Evolutionist that hasn't been stolen.

YeshuMarine, CARM.org Discussion Forums 87 Comments [12/11/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Aagcobb

Quote# 132738

Stalin did not orchestrate a genocide. Many Nazis died, and many soldiers of the Red Army, but to call this genocide is ludicrous. In addition, there was a famine that has been claimed to have been targeted at Ukraine.

The evidence for this is contested at best. Finally, there is the gulag situation. Gulags (work camps) are of very questionable moral defensibility, but to call them genocide is a stretch. First, they were not targeting a racial group, but a class in society called kulaks.

Kulaks were basically an agricultural landlord class that hoarded and burned grain when the state tried to take it to feed their people, which did not cause the famine mentioned above but made it far worse. Some political prisoners also went to the gulags, which is again questionable, but not genocide.

Second, the number of people that went through the gulags was very variable by year, and at almost all times significantly lower as a percentage of population than other prison systems, such as the modern US's, and the survival rate was fairly high for work camps, although again, variable. The gulags were a penal system, one that is highly suspect, but definitively not a genocide.

adude350, r/communism101 5 Comments [10/8/2017 12:18:54 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 132701

Lady Checkmate's headline: "Trump's one-two punch hits birth control, LGBT rights"

Thank God for our president! Please continue to pray for him. God bless him!!

(FOX news story follows)

WASHINGTON – In a one-two punch elating religious conservatives, President Donald Trump's administration is allowing more employers to opt out of no-cost birth control for workers and issuing sweeping religious-freedom directions that could override many anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people and others.

At a time when Trump finds himself embattled on many fronts, the two directives — issued almost simultaneously on Friday — demonstrated the president's eagerness to retain the loyalty of social conservatives who make up a key part of his base. Leaders of that constituency were exultant.

"President Trump is demonstrating his commitment to undoing the anti-faith policies of the previous administration and restoring true religious freedom," said Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council.

Liberal advocacy groups, including those supporting LGBT and reproductive rights, were outraged.

"The Trump administration is saying to employers, 'If you want to discriminate, we have your back,'" said Fatima Goss Graves, president of National Women's Law Center.

Her organization is among several that are planning to challenge the birth-control rollback in court. The American Civil Liberties Union filed such a lawsuit less than three hours after the rules were issued.

"The Trump administration is forcing women to pay for their boss' religious beliefs," said ACLU senior staff attorney Brigitte Amiri. "We're filing this lawsuit because the federal government cannot authorize discrimination against women in the name of religion or otherwise."

Xavier Becerra, the Democratic attorney general of California, said he planned to file a similar lawsuit as soon as feasible. Other Democratic attorneys general said they were mulling the same step.

Both directives had been in the works for months, with activists on both sides of a culture war on edge about the timing and the details.

The religious-liberty directive, issued by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, instructs federal agencies to do as much as possible to accommodate those who claim their religious freedoms are being violated. The guidance effectively lifts a burden from religious objectors to prove that their beliefs about marriage or other topics that affect various actions are sincerely held.

"Except in the narrowest circumstances, no one should be forced to choose between living out his or her faith and complying with the law," Sessions wrote.

In what is likely to be one of the more contested aspects of the document, the Justice Department states that religious organizations can hire workers based on religious beliefs and an employee's willingness "to adhere to a code of conduct." Many conservative Christian schools and faith-based agencies require employees to adhere to moral codes that ban sex outside marriage and same-sex relationships, among other behavior.

The Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative Christian law firm, called it "a great day for religious freedom." But JoDee Winterhof of the Human Rights Campaign, a national LGBT-rights group, depicted the two directives as "an all-out assault, on women, LGBT people and others" as the administration fulfilled a "wish list" of the religious right.

The new policy on contraception, issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, allows more categories of employers, including publicly traded companies, to opt out of providing no-cost birth control to women by claiming religious or moral objections — another step in rolling back President Barack Obama's health care law that required most companies to cover birth control at no additional cost.

Employers with religious or moral qualms will also be able to cover some birth control methods, and not others. Experts said that could interfere with efforts to promote modern long-acting implantable contraceptives, such as IUDs, which are more expensive.

The top Democrat in the House of Representatives, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, said the birth-control rollback was despicable.

"This administration's contempt for women reaches a new low with this appalling decision to enable employers and health plans to deny women basic coverage for contraception," she said.

On the Republican side, however, House Speaker Paul Ryan welcomed the decision, calling it "a landmark day for religious liberty."

The new policy took effect on Friday, but its impact won't be known immediately and may not be dramatic.

"I can't imagine that many employers are going to be willing to certify that they have a moral objection to standard birth control methods," said Dan Mendelson, president of the consulting firm Avalere Health.

Nonetheless, he worried that the new rules would set a precedent for undermining basic health benefits required under federal law. The administration has estimated that some 200 employers who have already voiced objections to the Obama-era policy would qualify for the expanded opt-out, and that 120,000 women would be affected.

Since contraception became a covered preventive benefit, the share of female employees paying with their own money for birth control pills has plunged to 3 percent, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Many Catholic hospitals now rely on an Obama-era workaround under which the government pays for the cost of birth control coverage. That workaround can continue under the new rules.

Despite that workaround, there have been extensive legal battles waged by religious institutions and other parties challenging the birth-control mandate. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops hailed the new policy as a "return to common sense" that would enhance "peaceful coexistence" between church and state.

Doctors' groups that were instrumental in derailing Republican plans to repeal Obama's health law outright expressed their dismay.

The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists said the new policy could reverse the recent progress in lowering the nation's rate of unintended pregnancies.

"Instead of fulfilling its mission 'to enhance and protect the health and well-being of all Americans,' HHS leaders under the current administration are focused on turning back the clock on women's health," said the organization's president, Dr. Haywood Brown.

Don't forget to RECOMMEND. Lets get the Truth out so that Light may shine bright in this dark place and Jesus Christ may be glorified.Even if the discussion is closed, please still RECOMMEND.

Lady Checkmate, Disqus - Faith & Religion 15 Comments [10/7/2017 11:02:53 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 132714

What it means to "Get Help"

Help people feel superior

Help people feel like nice people

Help people feel like authority figures

Help pay people's salaries

Get help to benefit everyone but yourself, cuck.

Alia_Harkonnen, /r/incels 11 Comments [10/7/2017 12:02:40 PM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 132759

Horror visions "2050" - what their ideals are

The committee for "lacking development" was created in 2001 by the government and gets financed for about 4 million euros because of a decree in the German Bundestag. It serves the sustainibility. Members of the commitee are "people from public life", voted Church representatives, high-ranking business people, politicians, nature protection officials and important media people. The leader of the committee is Marlehn Thieme, who is also in the committee of the Evangelic church and who is, fittingly, also the chief of the ZDF-television committee. Magot Käßmann was also a member of this illustrious club.

In 2011 this organ has published a writing with texts from people, which should describe the ideal state for the year 2050. A world that should describe the ideal situation of the year 2050 - a world, that apparently matches the ideals of the rulers, that finance the efforts of people with tax payers money.


A comment on this is something I will let my viewers do. Only one thing: European superstate, then world government, global language, family alienation, borderlessness, unified people, abolition of marriage, free choice of drugs, limitless basic income for all people in the world, trustworthiness of families, decoupling of genetic parents, everyone is a parent. All of this for the lacking "Saving" of the world.

SELBERDENKER, PI News 6 Comments [10/8/2017 4:13:40 PM]
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Submitted By: hydrolythe

Quote# 132662

Lady Checkmate's headline: "PSA: Alt-Left Troll Utilizing Socks To Troll Our Community"

Hi Guys. This is just a heads up that the loser troll from Faith & Religion who hates that us on the right are welcome to exercise our right to free speech here has stalked me from Faith & Religion to News Network. Yes, he's the same troll I told you guys about a few months ago. Feel free to put him his place (flag his comments, report his trolling socks to Disqus, share Truth, pray for him, etc.), before I show him the door. I will continue to ignore him and delete his comments without reading them (he hates being ignored, lol). I'm posting this OP because a CM here caught wind of his trolling me and "put him in his place". He'll be back because he has no other purpose in life, soo you guys have free run to continue "putting him in his place".

These are some of his latest sock accounts used just to troll here. Note, there are no visible comments because they were all deleted due to profanity, attacks, trolling, etc. Note the dates the accounts were opened-typically the same day just to troll (although he has plenty of sleeper socks he uses to make himself seem credible). It takes a real loser to spend time opening new sock accounts to type a message we ignore before its deleted and he's banned (again) and continue to do that all day for years...the mental illness is strong with that one. His psychosis has to be off the charts. [Account information removed as unnecessary]

Trolls are insane, lol. Laugh at them, poke fun at them and flag them when you can, so we can show them the door - we take trash out to the curb, we don't give them a platform to spread their garbage. Love you guys????

Lady Checkmate, Disqus - News Network 18 Comments [10/6/2017 8:08:41 AM]
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Quote# 132691

Beyond the icy bounds of the Southern Circle, lies a vast circular ocean, and beyond that the forbidden continent, Antichtone; any ship or plane will reach the Aether Screen and go around this landmass by accident. Admiral R. Byrd discovered that Antichtone/Atlantis had lakes, forests, mammoths and hills covered with vegetation, far inland - exactly what was seen by the Nazis during their 1938-1939 expedition.

There are vast tunnels under the Earth; some of these lead beyond the Ice Wall. Alexander the Great and his armies made use of these tunnels; so did the Nazis in many of their campaigns. This is the only way to reach Antichtone, and it is why many mammoth fossils are found in vast caverns under ground, whereas modern elephant remains tend to scatter themselves over the open plains of Africa.

I must thanks my esteemed colleague, November 17, for enlightening me as to the tunnel complexes used by Alexander; I have synthesised this research with the findings of the venerable Levee, in providing my synoptical answer to your questions.

I am able to peer above the lofty peaks of the Ice Wall, because I am standing on the shoulders of giants.

James, The Flat Earth Society 12 Comments [10/7/2017 9:12:41 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie