Quote# 106174

I read Joshua Alcorn's post and am as devastated by his suicide as you are. It is a horrific tragedy. I cannot imagine the pain that he must have gone through which led to his Gender Identity Disorder and then to his suicide. This young man needed unconditional love - not to have his genitals surgically mutilated at the age of 16. There was nothing wrong with him or his male body. It is a tragedy that the "transgender" propaganda convinced him that the only way he could be happy would be change who he is.

I do not know what kind of church his family went to or what kind of counselor they talked to. I do know that IF he had gone for real Reparative Therapy it would have helped him to heal and accept himself as a man. I have three friends in Joel 2:25 who are Ex-"Transgendered." They would also encourage anyone in Joshua's position to seek out healing. I do not know what other emotional wounds he had though so I do not know whether that would have prevented this suicide. This kind of tragedy goes much deeper than politics.

Jeremy Schwab, My Journey 18 Comments [2/5/2015 3:45:49 AM]
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Quote# 131645

This is why many of us opposed homosexual “marriage” in the first place. It wasn’t about what consenting adults do in private or even who people spend their lives with. It was about the normalization/legitimization of homosexuality and the subsequent and ongoing war against opposing views. When government says two homoesexuals can marry, for example, that marriage has to be treated as entirely normal in all aspects.

We already surrendered religious freedom, free speech, and freedom of association in the civil rights era (for an arguably worthy cause—elimination of institutionalized racism), and legal homosexual “marriage” allows the homosexualists to use those same mechanisms to drive opposing thought/speech from the public sphere. In other words, the legal framework to oppress Christians was already in place.

You may be allowed to practice your faith in private—maybe.

CitizenUSA, Free Republic 15 Comments [9/14/2017 1:36:12 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 131656

Until a person becomes born-again he or she is under the thought process of demonic spirits. Because until you get genuinely saved you basically operate from a demon's way of thinking. And how you think is what governs your life and how you ultimately live.

"We know that we are children of God and that the world around us is under the control of the evil one." 1 John 5:19

"If the Good News we preach is hidden behind a veil, it is hidden only from people who are perishing. Satan, who is the god of this world, has blinded the minds of those who don’t believe. They are unable to see the glorious light of the Good News. They don’t understand this message about the glory of Christ, who is the exact likeness of God." 2 Corinthians 4:3-4

No matter how nice or graceful we imagine ourselves to be: we even parent from a demonic perspective. The scriptures declare:

"As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one..." Romans 3:10

Jesus Himself even stated: "If you then, who are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father who is in heaven give good things to those who ask him!" Matthew 7:11

Jesus basically called even the best parent an evil parent: because until one comes into a dynamic born-again REAL encounter with the living resurrected Jesus: that person still carries the wicked, evil and demented mindset of demons.

See, you have to understand that from the day you were born you've been mentored by an evilness that controls the mindset and way of thinking of everyone in the world. And it remains this way for you until you fully surrender your life - including your mind - to Jesus Christ. Especially your mind! Because your mind is the controlling factor for how you think, act, treat others, treat yourself, and for how you live.

Even when we are born-again we still must go through the lifelong process of renewing our minds. We do this by literally being brainwashed; not in a bad negative way. But in a good way. The right way. After all:

if your brain has been steeped in filth and darkness its entire existence, washing it is exactly what's needed. And you wash your mind by listening to the Word of God - the Bible - and allowing it to teach you how to live, act and be.

By allowing your mind to go through the metamorphosis of total transformation under the brilliant cleansing light of God's Word, you prepare yourself to be a Kingdom citizen of the Most High, and a person God can trust with His true riches.

Get into His word! Become studious - addicted even - to reading and devouring the scriptures. You know you are undergoing the type of transformational positive brainwashing I'm speaking of here when you find yourself crazy-addicted to studying the Bible. You can't get enough of it, no matter how many times or how often you've read it.

That's the kind of addiction God wants you to have; an addiction to hearing what God has to say.

"O God, You are my God; I shall seek You earnestly; My soul thirsts for You, my flesh yearns for You, In a dry and weary land where there is no water." Psalm 63:1

That's the place we all need to strive to get to: where God becomes our fix and our addiction! God wants to do a clean, complete work in your life. And He wants to start today. Will you let Him?

Mack Major, Facebook 16 Comments [9/14/2017 1:41:11 PM]
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Quote# 4567

there is no hindu God. study your religions... many of the scientific theories have yet to be proven including the theory of evolution. however christianity has given an answer to us for more or less everything.

serendipity79, Christian Forums 19 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 15819

[At the National Education Association teachers' convention in Florida. Emphasis in original.]

But what caused the biggest stir—and what had NEA officials making unreasonable demands on us—was AiG’s small <a href=http://www.answersingenesis.org/store/00-1-025>“gay marriage” booklet</a>. The NEA leadership demanded that the AiG booklet be moved to a back table. Apparently, some people were “offended by it.” Here’s how Tony Ramsek of our staff—who led our effort—explained it to me:

We received a press release from the American Family Association about a new NEA proposal that would “promote homosexual marriage in public schools.” Because of this new controversial proposal, AiG determined to actively engage this battle.

An official from the NEA leadership stopped by our booth. He requested/demanded that we move those gay marriage booklets to the back of our tables so they wouldn’t be in plain view. If we didn’t, he would take it to the next level—a not-so-veiled threat.

If I was to acquiesce to the humanists’ demands this time, what would be next? Surely sooner or later, someone would find our banners—or our creation message—to be offensive. If we backed down from preaching the whole counsel of God in this instance, it would not stop there.

What we were doing did not go against the NEA by-laws (we checked). So we decided to “obey God rather than men” (Acts 5:29).

An NEA official came by again. This man was noticeably nervous, and repeated the request/demand that we move the gay marriage booklets to the back … or else face the consequences. With gentleness, I told him that we would not—and showed him the NEA by-laws.

I mentioned to this gentleman that we felt like the late civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks being asked to move to the back of an Alabama bus. I told him, “We will not go to the back of the bus. We will not move our booklets to the back.” And praise the Lord, we never heard back from them again.

Ken Ham, AiG 18 Comments [10/10/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 75725

My argument is if marriage is between two people who love eachother homosexuals can't marry because being gay is not about love it's about lust.The average gay person has hundreds of relationships. They dont love eachother they just want to have sex with eachother.But of course marriage isn't about love itself it's a man and a woman who love eachother so homosexuals don't fit eather catagory'

holt23, ArmorGames 55 Comments [8/31/2010 5:02:55 PM]
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Submitted By: LM

Quote# 116102

Top Ten Anti-Christian Acts of 2015

10) Obama makes a swipe at Christianity at National Prayer Breakfast In an effort to justify and minimize recent Islamic terrorism, President Obama tries to assert moral equivalency with Christianity by appealing to the Crusades.

9) Kelvin Cochran, the chief of Atlanta’s Fire Rescue Department, was sacked by Mayor Kasim Reed for giving Christian co-workers a religious book he wrote. Parts of the book contained passages condemning homosexuality. Cochran is suing the City of Atlanta for religious discrimination.

8) Christian Bakery Pays $135,000 for “Emotional Suffering” to Lesbian Couple Aaron and Melissa Klein, the Christian owners of a bakery in Oregon, “Sweet Cakes by Melissa,” was ordered to pay $135,000 in state-ordered damages for refusing to bake a wedding cake. The state swooped in and seized their accounts.

7) Christian Institutions Sued for not Hiring Homosexuals A Roman Catholic school in Massachusetts has been ordered by a Superior Court judge to hire homosexuals for non-teaching positions. Matthew Barrett was hired as the food service director at Fontbonne Academy which is sponsored by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston. While filling out employment forms, Barrett listed a “husband” as his emergency contact. Because Barrett’s living in an open homosexual relationship violated the values held by the school, he was told he could not work there. Barrett sued the school, and Superior Court Justice Douglas Wilkins agreed he had been illegally discriminated against. Wilkins’ ruling stated that since Barrett’s job was a “non-teaching” position, the school’s religious values did not matter.

6) Christian Military Chaplains Bullied A military chaplain recruiter, Douglas Lee of Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, recently told The Washington Times that growing hostility within the military to religious freedoms has made it harder to find chaplains willing to serve our brave servicemen, leaving them without the necessary and important spiritual guidance they need and deserve.

5) NYC Pastors threatened with $250K fine for “misgendering” transsexuals One of the fallouts of the whole abominable Bruce Jenner becomes “Caitlyn” gender bender sideshow is a draconian new law in NYC. If you call a transsexual person “he” or “she” when they preferred to be called “zhe” you could be fined $250,000 according to a newly updated anti-discrimination law in New York City. Pastors are not exempted, so they must either must shut up about biblical, hetero-normal sexual ethics or pay up.

4) Charleston and Oregon Mass Murders of Christians On June 17th in Charleston, SC a dissolute racist went into an historic Emmanuel AME Church and shot nine black Christians dead, including the pastor, Clementa C. Pinckney, in hopes of escalating a race war. On October 1st, another crazed gunman killed nine people and wounded up to nine others at quiet, Umpqua Community College in rural Oregon. The depraved shooter entered the classroom, murdered the teacher then asked the class about their religion. If they said they were Christians they were shot in the head.

3) Lawsuits against Pro-lifers for exposing Planned Parenthood The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released a powerful series of videos from an undercover investigation that proved Planned Parenthood was illegally profiteering from the sale of baby body parts and cadavers. The videos shook the nation and have precipitated numerous Federal and state investigations. Renewed calls to defund Planned Parenthood are shaping the Presidential primary debates. Now David Daleiden of CMP and Troy Newman of Operation Rescue, who served on the CMP Board, are being sued under racketeering statutes and could face huge civil judgments and possible criminal prosecutions. Imagine if they had exposed illegal activity of a Christian organization, do you think any judge would require this go to trial?

2) Islamic Terrorists attack Christmas Party in California On December 2nd two Jihadi terrorists, a man who worked for the city and his wife, conducted a terrorist attack at his department Christmas Party. Fourteen people were killed, and twenty were seriously injured before the terrorists were killed by police. This came on the heels of a terrorist attack in Paris. This a sober reminder that, according to the FBI, there are Jihadist sleeper cells all over the US planning their attacks.

1) Homosexual Marriage vs. Religious Liberty & Kim Davis On June 26th, in a raw act of judicial tyranny, the US Supreme Court rendered an unconstitutional opinion that some believe makes homosexual marriage legal in all 50 states. The erroneous Obergefell decision led a Federal judge to make national news by throwing Kim Davis, a Kentucky County Clerk, in jail because she refused to issue same sex marriage licenses. DefendChristians.Org rallied with Governor Huckabee in support of Kim Davis and helped to secure her release. We are part of a movement to undo the unconstitutional Obergefell opinion. Some state legislatures are ready to begin nullification of the rogue opinion in early 2016.

Gary Cass, Defend Christians 29 Comments [1/17/2016 5:31:23 AM]
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Submitted By: skybison

Quote# 89232

"This is another case of 'gotcha politics' against a conservative leader. Todd Akin has a long and distinguished record of defending women, children and families. He has fought against forcing taxpayers to subsidize abortion giant Planned Parenthood, which is the bedrock of Claire McCaskill's base of support. When speaking about the issue of rape, let's not forget the cover-up of statutory rape by Planned Parenthood, which to my knowledge has not been addressed by Senator McCaskill.

"Throughout his twelve years in Congress, Todd Akin has supported legislation that honors all human life. He has opposed the commodification of women in contrast to his opponent, Claire McCaskill, who has a long record of promoting the abortion industry while ignoring how abortion harms women. We know Todd Akin, and FRC Action PAC enthusiastically endorses his candidacy," Mackey concluded

Connie Mackie, PR Newswire 21 Comments [8/28/2012 6:15:25 AM]
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Quote# 98509

[On Phil Robertson being suspended from Duck Dynasty.]

It didn't take A&E long to cave, did it? I fired off emails yesterday and today to them, not that it'll do any good. I'm sure A&E is thinking if they wait long enough that Phil will give in and apologize. I don't believe Phil is going to do that because from what I've seen of him he's a man of godly moral principles that mean more to him than some TV show. I posted about this on FB just a few minutes ago, in favor of God, the bible, and Phil, of course, and I'm fully expecting at least one of my so-called "friends" to delete me. He's actually an in-law who professes to being an atheist and is a sodomite himself. I only friended him because my FB page is one big witness for Jesus with bible verses and the plan of salvation on it and I hoped he might get convicted and saved because of it. Oh well, it's all in God's hands.

TimeWarpWife, Rapture Ready 45 Comments [12/29/2013 12:17:32 PM]
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Submitted By: documentingtehcrazy

Quote# 102435

Bob Frey, a Michele Bachmann ally and Republican candidate for the Minnesota House of Representatives, wants public schools to teach students that humans and dinosaurs lived together.

Frey, who also has his own bizarre theory about HIV/AIDS, alleged in a 2004 appearance before the Minnesota State Senate Education Committee that the fossil record proves that “dinosaurs have always lived with man,” and such “real science” should be taught in public schools.


Bluestem Prairie also reports that Frey used to run a group called Creation Science Seminars, which claimed that teaching Creationism would reduce the rate of violence that the theory of evolution had apparently brought upon communities.

Bob Frey, Right Wing Watch 41 Comments [8/1/2014 3:33:32 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 131627

So first you have to believe in Evolution!
Personally, I don't believe they could prove or disprove something like that. They can say they can theorize the position but there can be no proof about it. Even evolution has not been Proven without a doubt, because there is no way to know what started everything; again it is a theory.
You are welcome to believe whatever you want, and I am able to have my own beliefs. They may not agree, but it's still our rights. We can get along even when our beliefs don't match.
You see, whether there was one thing or another really doesn't matter in our lives, because we live regardless of the fact. Wanting to know is a personal thing too, because not everyone cares and are just glad they have a life to live. Discussing something that we have different viewpoints can be done as long as there is respect on both sides.
I'm afraid I don't agree with your 'evolution' theory. It misses too much about how the whole world is connected and how so many things rely on other things to survive at all.
Evolution is not a believable thing to someone who believes in God being the creator. It just does not work together at all.

Beamer, Christian News Network 6 Comments [9/14/2017 1:27:48 PM]
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Quote# 131602

Thankyou Floo, though highlighting the facts that most of your scientists are sitting on and which many governments are preparing for, in front of your very eyes, without you having any comprehension of, doesn't really count as light relief. 

You see Seb...everything that is happening in the world today equates down to a rogue solar system that is entering our own solar space, and along with frantic measures for survival of the (un)fittest it seems that we, ourselves, will be preoccupied with wars and rumours of wars...still, each to their own...especially if a spiritual eternity within one of these rogue, planetary bodies, turns you on...so be it.

You must remember torri that carbon is made from a wonderful electric plasma wrapped around a tiny black-hole, and as such, will dissolve back to its plasma state, along with all the other elements that aren't secured to the earth...which is a good job because the fiery lake of sulphur will then rid us of distressed electric plasma patterns including nuclear waste and those who refuse to repent.


Nicholas Marks, Religion and Ethics 4 Comments [9/14/2017 1:25:27 PM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 18808

[Translated version of a French article]

(Peru) Killer at "God's behest"

A former Peruvian soldier [nicknamed <a href="http://www.livinginperu.com/news/2947" target="_blank">the Apostle of Death</a>], who presents himself as a “purifier” acting on “order of God”, confessed to murdering thirteen in Huaral, 90 km north of Lima. Taken in Thursday, Pablo Nakada, a 33 year old mechanic, explained that he wanted to rid society from drug-addicts, rapists and homosexual. “They are dirty people, corrupted, who should not be there”, the former soldier affirmed.

Pedro Pablo Nakada Ludeña, L'Alsace 4 Comments [1/1/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 21957

But looking past that, having no God means that whoever is the biggest, fastest, meanest or strongest becomes the boss. There is no justice other than what humanity comes up with, which is purely in the eyes of the beholder, and even more so the giver. Think of Mao, Stalin, the current leader of Iran.

dwgerard, Military.com 42 Comments [3/11/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 30121

Well, this atheism is even more subtle. Jesus made it very clear that children have a built-in faith. He said "they that believe in him." He just took it for granted. You have to teach children atheism, and that`s the harm.

Tim LaHaye, CNN.com 49 Comments [10/17/2007 12:29:31 PM]
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Quote# 131641

I’m not a Muslim but… can I borrow a puke bag after watching those useful idiots kissing Muslim booty?!

I wonder how many of those airheads would still feel that way if they were forced to watch several hours of gruesome beheadings.

Muslims Cansuck Myass, Bare Naked Islam 7 Comments [9/14/2017 1:34:57 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 131572

[to the face of Canadian politician Jagmeet Singh, who is Sikh]

We know you're about Sharia Law. We know you're about the Muslim Brotherhood. We know about your vote, we know you’re in bed with Sharia. We know you’re in bed with the Muslim Brotherhood... When is your Sharia going to end? At what point, when we're throwing gays off rooftops?

Jennifer Bush, YouTube 17 Comments [9/12/2017 7:28:45 AM]
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Submitted By: Citizen Justin

Quote# 122027

Maan Singh Khalsa was attacked while at a stoplight in Richmond, California, the Washington Post reports.

The attack occurred on September 25 around 9 p.m. local time, when Khalsa, a Sikh man who wears both a turban and long hair for religious reasons was confronted by a group of white men at a red light.

According to the report, the white male passengers pulled up next to Khalsa in a pickup truck, threw a beer can at him, and yelled and cursed at him.

One of the attackers allegedly yelled, “cut his f*cking hair!” They later pulled Khalsa’s head out of the car window at another red light, removed his turban and cut off his long hair.

In a statement, Khalsa said, “The attackers caused physical injuries and deep harm when they targeted my Sikh faith. I urge a thorough investigation so we can address the tide of violence and bigotry in this country.”

Two of the three men who were involved in the incident, Chase Little, 31, of Beaumont, Texas, and Dustin Albarado, 35, of Louisiana were arrested shortly after on felony assault charges in connection with the attack, but have since been released on bail, KTVU reports.

At this time, it remains unclear whether the Contra Costa County district attorney’s will charge the suspected attackers with a hate crime.

Khalsa was left with a swollen black eye, dental damage, and a finger that may need amputation. The Sikh Coalition legal director Harsimran Kaur said, “They started beating him in the face. They took a knife. His turban got knocked off. They ended up cutting off part of his hair.”

The Sikh Coalition wrote in a letter, “Targeting a Sikh’s turban and hair is analogous to targeting a Jew’s yarmulke or a Muslim’s hijab.”

Chase Little and Dustin Albarado, Raw Story 24 Comments [10/14/2016 3:16:29 AM]
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Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 131646

It’s about destroying Christianity, especially the churches which have not embraced the leftist agenda.

They are not ever going after muzzies, and trapping them into refusing to perform a gay “marriage” because they know damn well the muzzies will refuse and cut their heads off.

How long before they go into a Catholic church to be “married” and sue the Church?

I want the USA back, Free Republic 12 Comments [9/14/2017 1:36:18 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 131565

there whole life they have had it easy,barley lonely,never had to deal with mental illness,and yet they pass judgment on us,we have every right to dislike them

Lonesomedrifter1 , r/Incels 25 Comments [9/12/2017 7:22:31 AM]
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Quote# 131631

Scott Lively, Scott Lively Ministries  5 Comments [9/14/2017 1:30:10 PM]
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Quote# 131638

My 'if' is a politeness saying, well, I've worked it out but I don't want to make a big thing of it..because I know you haven't...It's Biblically called, meekness...You see, bluehillside, I want to inherit a share in this new heavens and new Earth.

Nicholas Marks, Religion and Ethics 7 Comments [9/14/2017 1:32:47 PM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 131653

Stop the War Coalition (STWC) held a meeting on the tense situation on the Korean peninsula . From a KFA viewpoint the meeting was a bit hmm to say the least . The problem with STWC is that they believe in excluding and marginalising any pro DPRK , pro Juche view point .(KFA did offer to send a speaker but this was declined ) One of the positives of the meeting was that the warmongering and hype of the British media , including so-called 'liberal ' papers like the 'Guardian ' .They were some attempts to explain the context of the DPRK nuclear programme , it was correctly pointed out the US introduced nuclear weapons on to the Korean peninsula in 1957.

However where the meeting went seriously off track and ended up justifying US imperialism was when two of the speakers parroted the claim of the US to have withdrawn nuclear weapons from the Korean peninsula in early 1990s,. The US had deployed up to 1750 nuclear weapons in south Korea at one time and the figure averages at around 1,000. The US took a NEITHER CONFIRM NOR DENY stance towards nuclear weapons in south Korea after 1991 . Evidence revealed to the south Korean ' national assembly ' has shown that they are still there . It is deplorable that STWC echoed US imperialist propaganda on this point.
Veteran fake Leftist and DPRK basher Tariq Ali was relatively restrained but managed to tell a silly and ludicrous story that Benazir Bhutto had given the DPRK nuclear weapons and had taken them to the DPRK on her presidential plane !!! (Blimey !) .

Those speakers who put the DPRK nuclear programme into its historical context did not mention the use of biological weapons during the Korean War . None of the speakers mentioned the Juche idea and the DPRK's spirit of anti-imperialist independence during their presentations but tended to portray the DPRK as a puppet or client of the USSR-Russia and China .

One speaker wrongly claimed that the DPRK decided to develop nuclear weapons after the fall of the USSR , ignoring the fact that the DPRK was never part of the USSR's 'nuclear umbrella' nor was it a Warsaw pact member . Generally a few of the speakers came across as being part of the " I love Russia and China " brigade and supported the idea of these countries forcing the DPRK to disarm . UK KFA reject the idea , regardless of where it comes from , that the DPRK should disarm ,

UK Korean Friendship Association, Korean Friendship Association 4 Comments [9/14/2017 1:38:31 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 130805

Let's think why we can defend pedophilia:
1. It is not forbidden in the Bible, but encouraged.
2. It is proven a lot of people are made better because of it. The kids get pleasure and the pedos get satisfied.
3. The actual act would cause orgasms which probably are quite pleasurable. I've heard the younger you are, the more good you feel.
4. Some kids who have low self esteem would no longer because when someone tries to do something sexual to you, it proves they find you attractive.
5. A LOT of nations accept it or at least forms of it. Haiti, Japan, Mexico, Afghanistan, India, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, South Africa, etc. They must know something you don't.
6. Pedophilia does not cause STDS. If it did, then absolutely hate it with a passion.
7. People who defend perverted behaviour like homosexuality are hypocrites. Homos may be born that way, but pedos are without any doubt. Not to mention homos are notorious about defending what they do, and the ways they have sex cause a great, great risk for nasty STDS.
This is just my opinion, and if it offends you tough.

TontonMacoute, DeviantArt 14 Comments [8/21/2017 1:32:31 AM]
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Submitted By: menomaru

Quote# 91375

Democracy could “work” if it was a democracy of and for and by the right people, but that model is fit only for the Post-Raptorial Republic of Angels. In a non-Utopian world it cannot work because “We the People” is a corrupt mélange of mostly coarse individuals pretending to be Gods. Democracy has duly ruined the remnant of what used to be Christendom. The final stage of the process is proceeding apace: having divorced reason from faith, the West is rapidly sinking into moral, cultural and demographic self-destruction. The Citizen’s self-validating reason guarantees that there are no checks and no balances.

It is not just that monarchy, under a good Christian king, is the best possible form of government—which it is—but that democracy is always a lie, its exact opposite. It is almost as bad, in fact, as monarchy under a bad pagan king. The fruits are the test. The fruits of Hellenic and Roman antiquity, of Byzantium before Manzikert, or those of the West in 12th century, were glorious. The fruits of our “liberal democracy” are poisonous. Its birth in 1789-1793 is the darkest chapter in the history of civilization. The tragedy of 1914 and the end of Christian monarchy in Russia in 1917 were a prelude to the end of all good things everywhere: a sure sign of the withdrawal of Grace from a condemned world. The only bright spot is that millions of Americans and Europeans—let’s call them demoskeptics—are beginning to grasp that the system is evil and dysfunctional, even if they do not understand the roots of its corruption. For helping that sobering process, if for no other reason, Obama’s reelection is not all bad.

Srdja Trifkovic, Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture 30 Comments [12/15/2012 5:25:41 AM]
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