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11 minutes ago, Boges said:

So Fake News? 

Who else says that a lot? :lol:

The revelation about the InLaws came straight from the authorities, hard to put spin on that. 

Just with the few examples I gave you, and the seriousness of those gigantic media lies, you don't believe there is fake news. 

This guy was as christian as any American except for the limited number of actual good Christians. He was raised on good christian American values, the ones that teach you that it is a good thing to slaughter Native Americans and then brag about your country being so great.

He was raised on good christian American values, the ones that teach you that it is a good thing to swallow the lies of your always lying US governments and brutalize, terrorizing, rape, torture, murder people for tiny perceived wrongs blown up into their usual major contretemps. 

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4 minutes ago, hot enough said:

Yeah, because US authorities never ever lie. 

Well what's your alternative theory here? 

False Flag operation to keep the news of the Mueller Investigation off the front page? 

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This guy was as christian as any American except for the limited number of actual good Christians. He was raised on good christian American values, the ones that teach you that it is a good thing to slaughter Native Americans and then brag about your country being so great.

Where's that found in the New Testament? 

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2 minutes ago, Boges said:

Well what's your alternative theory here? 

False Flag operation to keep the news of the Mueller Investigation off the front page? 

I have no alternative theory. I have no theory at all. I only point out your incredibly gullible nature and your stunning hypocrisy.

Notice how so many get their panties in a bunch over 26 people but they aren't the least bit bothered by the slaughter of millions of dark skinned others. How christian!

They even support, avidly, those that slaughter. How christian!

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Where's that found in the New Testament? 

It's the heart and soul of US christianity. Have you never heard of Manifest Destiny? 

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2 minutes ago, hot enough said:

I have no alternative theory. I have no theory at all. I only point out your incredibly gullible nature and your stunning hypocrisy.

Notice how so many get their panties in a bunch over 26 people but they aren't the least bit bothered by the slaughter of millions of dark skinned others. How christian!

This is why it's pointless to engage in conversation with you. You'll take every conversation to fit your narrative that the US is an Evil Empire. 

There are interesting things to discuss regarding this mass shooting regarding gun laws and how we react to them when it's a white guy as opposed to a Muslim. 

But if you're just going to call people hypocrites for discussing this when all we should be talking about is how Evil the US is, then I'll just go back to ignoring you because that's not what I really want to talk about. I'm sure there are plenty of forums that will give you your anti-American fix. 

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Just now, Boges said:

This is why it's pointless to engage in conversation with you. You'll take every conversation to fit your narrative that the US is an Evil Empire. 

I knew you would take this cowardly approach, Boges. But you shouldn't have used such rank propagandist verbiage.

People with courage who disagreed would just prove me wrong. In fact, you didn't address anything I said, you just fall back to your safe little world of lies and propaganda. 

That is a very common thing here at MLW. So odd, considering most of these are folks who were born in and to the greatest nations, the ones where healthy debate courses thru your blood, where no topic is too difficult for the hypocrites, born of and raised with the high falutin' democratic principles everyone loves to mouth.

Y'all are so much better than the folks you all love to denigrate as third world savages. Why? Because no topic is too much for you to face and vanquish!

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2 minutes ago, hot enough said:

I knew you would take this cowardly approach, Boges. But you shouldn't have used such rank propagandist verbiage.

People with courage who disagreed would just prove me wrong. In fact, you didn't address anything I said, you just fall back to your safe little world of lies and propaganda. 

That is a very common thing here at MLW. So odd, considering most of these are folks who were born in and to the greatest nations, the ones where healthy debate courses thru your blood, where no topic is too difficult for the hypocrites, born of and raised with the high falutin' democratic principles everyone loves to mouth.

Y'all are so much better than the folks you all love to denigrate as third world savages. Why? Because no topic is too much for you to face and vanquish!

Because I can pick and choose what I want to debate.

The idea that the US is so evil as not to be respected is not an argument I particularly want to have. 

How'd you feel if I derail every thread you're active in with my thoughts on the evils of Justin Trudeau? 

And as long as you live in Canada, you're just as hypocritical as the rest of us. 

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On 11/6/2017 at 2:20 AM, Altai said:

Guys there was happened a terror action in Texas which is probably performed by a Christian guy. I wanted to inform you thinking about the possiblity of you all may stop following the daily news at the same time or you all may be fell a sleep in a cave after a party night. 

What do you think about the event ? How come Pentagon and CIA can achieve to guide any person they choose to perform a terror action ? There would not happen these kind of events before Trump and suddenly these events started to happen after his presidency. Seem like someones are blackmailing him.

The assumption that Christians are to blame, that has become so prevalent, is part of the reason so many people died in Texas. Villiainizing and ridiculing the religious has become so common place, that some will no doubt laud the actions of the shooter. Perhaps if we quit making it 'open season' on Christians in the media, tragedies like this wouldn't happen. 

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3 minutes ago, Jariax said:

The assumption that Christians are to blame, that has become so prevalent, is part of the reason so many people died in Texas. Villiainizing and ridiculing the religious has become so common place, that some will no doubt laud the actions of the shooter. Perhaps if we quit making it 'open season' on Christians in the media, tragedies like this wouldn't happen. 

I don't think people are villianizing the victims. 

These were innocent people that were at church. It's as horrific as what happened in Quebec City. 

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2 minutes ago, Boges said:

Because I can pick and choose what I want to debate.

A cowardly approach, when it sullies all the democratic principles that you pretend to hold dear.

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The idea that the US is so evil as not to be respected is not an argument I particularly want to have. 

Tell me something I don't know. That doesn't make your approach any less cowardly.

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How'd you feel if I derail every thread you're active in with my thoughts on the evils of Justin Trudeau? 

 

The slaughter of millions all based on lies that supposedly christian people support while whining about 26 insignificant deaths, based ONLY on numbers, reveals a hypocrisy that is both stunning and very unchristian like. 

You bring up Justin Trudeau whenever you feel it is warranted. That is what freedom of speech is about. 

 

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6 minutes ago, Jariax said:

The assumption that Christians are to blame, that has become so prevalent, is part of the reason so many people died in Texas.

Way too vague to address in any fashion.

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Villiainizing and ridiculing the religious has become so common place, that some will no doubt laud the actions of the shooter. Perhaps if we quit making it 'open season' on Christians in the media, tragedies like this wouldn't happen. 

Christians have long had a platform, really the only platform, which they used to do a lot of terribly evil things. Now that they have to defend their garbage, and much of it truly is garbage, they think they deserve respect. 

"christians" were major partners in the genocides against Native Americans and First Nations, not to mention being major partners in vast number of USA war crimes and terrorist acts.

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47 minutes ago, Boges said:

This is why it's pointless to engage in conversation with you. You'll take every conversation to fit your narrative that the US is an Evil Empire. 

You do realize of course, that that is one of the oldest, most overused propagandist memes going. And considering how good, decent, kind and benevolent the propaganda says the USA is, it should be easy as pie for you to illustrate that. 

Whenever there is the slightest suggestion of "terrorism" being perpetrated upon the USA, any western nation, the propaganda machine start grinding, sending out meme after meme, message after message about how so hard done by we all are.

You all know this is stunning hypocrisy of a magnitude that would make Goebbels blush cherry red. 

 

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36 minutes ago, hot enough said:

Way too vague to address in any fashion.

Christians have long had a platform, really the only platform, which they used to do a lot of terribly evil things. Now that they have to defend their garbage, and much of it truly is garbage, they think they deserve respect. 

"christians" were major partners in the genocides against Native Americans and First Nations, not to mention being major partners in vast number of USA war crimes and terrorist acts.

So, let's see if I follow:

Some Christians did some bad things 400+  years ago. Therefore, we should hold them all accountable today. 
And we don't care that 27 Christians were shot up in a church, because there were more non-whites killed by Christians hundreds of years ago. And if we don't see why that's more important, than we must be racists. 

Does that about sum it up?

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2 hours ago, Goddess said:

He wasn't following any religious requirement to kill other people.

 

Here you are insinuating that Muslims have a religious requirement to kill people. You are a terrible person for trying to stereotype over 1.5 billion people by the action of a very small percentage.

 

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This is how your stereotyping works:

I will find the figures, but something like 1 in 50 Catholic priests are pedophiles. What does say about Catholics? Do these priests represent Catholics?

There is also a high rate of child sex abuse in the Hasidic Jewish communities around the world. What does this say about Jews?

 

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2 hours ago, hot enough said:

The number of christians who went out and slaughtered Native Americans, and Canada's First Nations were many, especially on the US side - no surprise there. The total indifference of all USians and Canadians to the planned, century plus long genocides don't speak well to just how "christian" these "christians" were, or for that matter ARE. 

It would be interesting to find out just how much the German people actually knew. My feeling is that whether they knew or not, they were not living in the "free" society we of the west supposedly have. Speaking out in Nazi Germany was a death sentence. 

Yet we have supported some of the greatest and long running evils that the world has ever known. 

There are individuals here that brag about the evil, wallow in it, celebrate it, embrace it, call it great, rah rah rah it. How deeply evil is that?

As far as I know it was the government and the military that slaughtered the Indians, not Christians. Christians do not go out with guns after service and start looking for people to shoot. If there was any involvement in the massacres of Indians by religions it was done by the heads of those churches in conjunction with the government.

The ordinary Christian most likely did not know anything of what was going on by their church leaders just like we don't know as to what our politicians are doing behind our backs without our knowledge which goes on quite a lot I might add. Christian people are probably the best people to be around as they do not go out of their way to start committing massacres like that idiot did. Christians are probably some of the best people that one would want to know or hang around with. 

Today our fearless puppet on a string politicians are having their strings pulled by the globalist bankster zionist elite which one is safe to say are made up of evil people where it is all about the money and power, and to hell with the rest of us. All of our problems are the result of bought off politicians who take their orders from the deep state, not you and me, the taxpayer. Canada should have done what Iceland did after the crash in 2008. The government there arrested the banksters and put them in jail. Why didn't our politicians do the same? 

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1 hour ago, Boges said:

Because I can pick and choose what I want to debate.

The idea that the US is so evil as not to be respected is not an argument I particularly want to have. 

How'd you feel if I derail every thread you're active in with my thoughts on the evils of Justin Trudeau? 

And as long as you live in Canada, you're just as hypocritical as the rest of us. 

Well that's one way to get to the Bush_Cheney20004 level. Give it a shot!

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2 hours ago, marcus said:

Here you are insinuating that Muslims have a religious requirement to kill people. You are a terrible person for trying to stereotype over 1.5 billion people by the action of a very small percentage.

 

Did I say that Muslims have a religious requirement to kill people?  Did I say Christians have a rleigious requirement to kill people?  Did I say Athiests have a religious requirement to kill people?

No, I said he did not have a religious reason for doing this.  And yet, You ddidn't have any kind of problem with Altai for saying OUTRIGHT that he had a Christian requirement for doing this.

Take a chill pill and untwist your shorts there, before you have a heart attack over nothing.

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2 minutes ago, Goddess said:

I nominate HE to get in touch with all the media outlets and ask why nanothermites have not been been included in the coverage of this tragedy.

Clearly we don't have our priorities straight. Why should the US get any coverage when they bombed Cambodia in the 60's. 

 

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1 hour ago, Boges said:

Clearly we don't have our priorities straight. Why should the US get any coverage when they bombed Cambodia in the 60's. 

 

Why would you make light of a vicious set of US war crimes, Boges? How would you feel if you were a Cambodian and some evil scum were ordered to use "anything that flies [USA aircraft]on anything that moves on the ground". That is a flat out admission of war crimes, and again, here you are pretending it is no big deal. 

Why? 

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5 hours ago, Jariax said:

So, let's see if I follow:

Some Christians did some bad things 400+  years ago. Therefore, we should hold them all accountable today. 
And we don't care that 27 Christians were shot up in a church, because there were more non-whites killed by Christians hundreds of years ago. And if we don't see why that's more important, than we must be racists. 

Does that about sum it up?

Not even remotely close, Jariax. 

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8 hours ago, marcus said:

Here you are insinuating that Muslims have a religious requirement to kill people. You are a terrible person for trying to stereotype over 1.5 billion people by the action of a very small percentage.

 

Some of them think they do, and they are quite often successful.  I'm sure Goddess was talking about those.  You're a terrible person for excusing them, and making the ridiculous comment that taking them to task for it stereotypes them all. 

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