by gunteh
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JeremiahKassin -2 points ago +1 / -3

I'm not necessarily agreeing with her. Just saying there's a variety of opinions out there. I do believe women ought not vote. On average, women are just too easily emotionally manipulated.

by gunteh
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JeremiahKassin 3 points ago +5 / -2

You'd be surprised. Even Ann Coulter says women shouldn't vote. She believes they should still be able to hold office, but she says the 19th was a mistake.

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JeremiahKassin 9 points ago +9 / -0

Yeah, the way that guy just said, "Oh, he's still in there," like the guy'd just been shoplifting or something is just beyond the pale. They think we're morons.

Of course, with everything the public's bought up to this point, why wouldn't they think that?

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JeremiahKassin 2 points ago +2 / -0

You know what? That's an angle I hadn't considered on this. What if the vaccine is actually a chemical compound they can use to track people?

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JeremiahKassin 2 points ago +2 / -0

I disagree. I'd recommend reading the book "Did Mohammed Exist?" by Robert Spencer. He presents a fairly convincing argument there's no historical evidence for the existence of Mohammed.

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JeremiahKassin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Eh. Lacks nuance.

Philosophobic?

Gnomiphobic?

Nousphobic?

I think we're circling it.

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JeremiahKassin 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'd heard Islam dated back to poorly translated Christian tracts into Syriac (which is related enough to standard Arabic to be mostly, but not completely intelligible) somewhere around the 6-8th century, and took on its modern form as competing leaders wrote texts documenting "Mohammed's" life both to justify their sovereignty and whatever perversions they wanted to entertain that week. "Mohammed" was originally the title the Koran used for Jesus, since it just means something along the lines of "he is deserving of praise." The false prophet was invented from whole cloth, according to my understanding.

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JeremiahKassin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Reminds me of the theory that a volcanic eruption caused all the plagues of Egypt. Goes right down the list starting with chemicals from the eruption turning water blood red all the way to certain deadly gasses caused by some eruptions floating around a foot and a half off the ground--perfectly level with the beds only firstborn sons of Egypt slept in. A naturalistic explanation doesn't preclude a supernatural cause. The important thing to remember is that naturalistic explanations offer only one dimension of understanding. Understanding something from one angle can be incredibly enlightening and useful, but can also be incredibly misleading.

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JeremiahKassin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting. Makes me wonder if there aren't three parties with overlapping interests vying for control of our government: Soviet infiltrators, satanic cultists and the Catholic Church. Of course, all three would have significant overlap in membership, too.

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JeremiahKassin 4 points ago +4 / -0

There's also the Heavens. Obviously, the biblical writers weren't talking about some place up in the sky. Maybe they were referring to the twelve dimensions. Lots of traditions have twelve or thirteen Heavens or dimensions or realms. Also, there's the fact that God "spoke" the universe into being, which implies that the universe is in fact some type of energy wavelength. I think that's what they mean when they use the term hologram--that matter is really just a form of energy.

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JeremiahKassin 5 points ago +5 / -0

Not proof, but an alternate possibility: Donald Trump, as POTUS, had information filtered through a chain of unreliable sources who could twist it to suit their own needs. They fed him information to make certain decisions, like coronavirus measures, to redirect him away from his own agenda and onto theirs. Now that he's out of the Oval Office, he could potentially reveal information that would be damaging to the current administration and be imprisoned for it, thereby losing any platform and influence he might've otherwise had, or he can subtly point his finger in the right direction.

I'm not absolving him of all wrongdoing. Some things about the last year of his administration were incredibly fishy--like why he never fired Fauci--but I am saying there are plausible explanations for his actions. And we're better off having had him as President than we otherwise would've been. At least now we know for certain our elections are a sham.

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JeremiahKassin 23 points ago +23 / -0

Future archeologists are going to be completely puzzled by this period in history.

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JeremiahKassin 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've got news for you: we're the vast majority, and it's made absolutely no difference so far.

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JeremiahKassin 1 point ago +1 / -0

In both small craft airplane, and full-size commercial. But I'm sure my pilot uncle was in on the conspiracy, and made sure his windshield was the proper fish-eye variety. No way that would've been noticeable from the ground.

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JeremiahKassin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Your logic is immensely flawed. The premise that government is a lie designed to keep people subjugated to the powers that be does not lead to the conclusion that everything, including religion in all its varieties, is a lie.

You found out that a vast majority of what we're told as children is nothing but brainwashing. There is no Santa Claus. Great. You figured it out.

But choosing to take that knowledge and use it as an excuse to believe in only yourself and your reason means you believe in absolutely nothing. You might as well be a brain in a jar, in some lab in another realm, being stimulated by electrical impulses into believing you inhabit something like a reality. You become so disconnected from reality, nothing can possibly matter.

We have to weigh everything--every truth and every falsehood--against the truth we already know. We have to be willing to reexamine what we believe to be true. But, no matter what you choose to believe--and everyone believes in something, whether or not they claim to--there's always a measure of faith in it. If we don't have faith in the reality of the world, we have nothing.

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JeremiahKassin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Okay. So let's say everything you're saying is true. It probably is. What can we as individuals do about it? Knowing the truth is good, and I can appreciate it, but when you're out in the open, does it matter whether you know about the sniper trained on you?

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JeremiahKassin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Okay. Here's an experiment you can perform: Get a small Styrofoam cooler, an old cell phone and a weather balloon. Drill a hole in the cooler, and position the phone's camera out the hole. Set the camera to take pictures every ten minutes, and upload the pictures to the internet. Attach the weather balloon, and fill it with helium.

Alternatively, go to the observation deck of a tall building.

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JeremiahKassin 7 points ago +7 / -0

This would explain why they're going after breweries and the like for producing alcohol-based sanitizers.