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Old December 4th, 2015 #1181
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The atheists can then jump in and call you all mad, and laugh at your superstitions, and urge you to accept the science of the day which states that all living things evolved out of heated basalt and obsidian and iron, which in turn was created out of sunbeams.
Are you a creationist? Do you think the jew Bible is true?
 
Old December 4th, 2015 #1182
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Wrong again. I dont live in the western suburbs. The admin could easily tell you that I live in rural eastern Victoria. If you aint got the guts to come here then I can come to you. Or will you find another reason to avoid meeting me.
I tell you what, ill go half way with you, you meet me at the big banana in coffs harbour this sunday afternoon at 3:15 pm. We can duke it out on the inside of the big banana, wouldnt that be fun JA Rule, you can bring ya nigger mates too if ya like
 
Old December 24th, 2015 #1183
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South Carolina was one of the first states to protest President Obama’s plans to bring 10,00 Syrian refugees to the United States for permanent resettlement, but those refugees have now started to arrive despite the absence of an official welcome mat.

The uprising grew so intense this past summer that Secretary of State John Kerry dispatched his top refugee official, Assistant Secretary of State Anne Richard, to Spartanburg to quell the backlash against Muslim migrants.

Republican Gov. Nikki Haley, who initially supported the resettlements in her state, changed her mind after the attack on Paris that killed 130 people in November. Those attacks were carried out by eight Islamic terrorists including one that entered Europe as a “refugee.” Haley joined more than two dozen other governors who told the Obama administration they didn’t want any Syrian refugees.

But none of that protest has stopped Obama’s plans from going forward. The Syrians continue to arrive not only in South Carolina but nationwide, Richard said.

A pair of Syrians were secretly planted last week in Midlands, near the state capital of Columbia, without even the governor’s office being notified. And more Syrians are on their way to the Palmetto State, the South Carolina Department of Social Services confirmed to WND.

The Syrians are being resettled in South Carolina by Lutheran Services Carolinas, a private agency affiliated with Lutheran Migration and Refugee Service, one of nine contractors who receive hundreds of millions in federal taxpayer money to resettle foreign refugees in the U.S.

Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., did not take kindly to the furtive action by the federal government, which works with the United Nations to distribute up to 85,000 foreign refugees annually into more than 180 U.S. cities and towns.

Mulvaney got into a heated exchange last week on the House floor with Richard over the unapproved distribution of Syrian refugees into South Carolina.

Mulvaney said his office found out about the placement of the first two Syrians by reading it in the local media.

This despite the fact that Mulvaney said he and Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., had met previously with State Department officials to discuss security concerns about the refugees.

“I found out yesterday in the media that your group has placed some refugees this month in South Carolina and I’d like to ask you about that,” he told Richard. “…but our governor had reached out to you and asked you not to do this. And when we had met previously you said one of the things your organization considers when looking at placing folks is whether or not they’re going to areas where you feel like they would be welcomed to the point where they would be easier to assimilate. And I suggest to you that maybe the Governor’s letter to you might send a message that now is not the right time to send Syrian refugees to South Carolina, so why did you do it anyway? And why didn’t you tell the governor you were gonna do it?”

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Old September 4th, 2016 #1184
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He's at it again.

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In a message released by the Vatican on Thursday, Francis pointed out the “sins” against creation, which include humans destroying the ecosystem and degrading the integrity of the earth by causing changes in its climate, and the contamination of the earth’s waters, land, air, and life.
Destroying the ecosystem? I don't think there's a stretch of water on this island that hasn't had its wildlife pillaged and eaten by the New Britons.

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Keeping in mind both the Holy Year of Mercy and prayer day for creation, celebrated on Sept. 1, Francis on Thursday called for Catholics to add a new work of mercy to the traditional 14: “Care for our common home.”

The works of mercy, as taught by the Catholic Church, are divided into corporal and spiritual. The first seven, which include feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty and clothes to the naked, were directly taken from the New Testament.
Plenty of indigenous hungry and homeless. Any help being offered to them by the church or are the righteous too busy with those in Calais?

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Yet in Thursday’s message, the pontiff proposes “a complement to the two traditional sets of seven.”

As a spiritual work of mercy, the care for our common home, Francis wrote, “calls for a ‘grateful contemplation of God’s world.” As a corporeal one, instead, it requires “simple daily gestures which break with the logic of violence, exploitation and selfishness” and “makes itself felt in every action that seeks to build a better world.”

The “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation” is a global ecumenical stewardship initiative, which began in 1989 under the leadership of the Orthodox Church. Yet it wasn’t until last year that the Catholic Church formally joined the initiative, with a letter from Francis establishing it.

In that August 2015 letter, the pontiff wrote that an annual commemoration of Creation would offer an opportunity to thank God for the “wonderful handiwork entrusted to our care, and to implore God’s help for the protection of creation,” an idea he reiterated in his latest pro-environment message.

The pope’s message titled “Show Mercy to our Common Home” is divided into five sections, and it’s largely an appeal for “people of faith and goodwill” to come together in “showing mercy to the earth as our common home and cherishing the world in which we live as a place for sharing and communion.”

As he did in his May 2015 environmental manifesto Laudato Si’, Francis once again says that global warming is at least partially man made, underlining that 2015 was the warmest year on record, and that 2016 will be warmer still.

Although some people remain skeptical, the scientific community has largely acknowledged that global warming due to pollution is leading to ever more severe droughts, floods, fires, and extreme weather events.

“Climate change is also contributing to the heart-rending refugee crisis,” Francis writes, adding that the world’s poor, though least responsible for climate change, “are most vulnerable and already suffering its impact.”
Climate change responsible for the refugee crisis?

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Francis also calls for the Jubilee of Mercy to summon in the faithful to a “profound interior conversion,” sustained by the sacrament of Confession, writing that after a “serious examination of conscience” Catholics can confess their sins against God and his creation.
Good to hear. He can begin with confessing and apologising for all the sins committed by his predecessors against the women of the Magdalene laundries and the Tuam home babies.

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The pope compared the need to make amends with the environment to Saint John Paul II’s 2000 appeal for Catholics to ask for forgiveness for past and present religious intolerance, “as well as for injustice towards Jews, women, indigenous peoples, immigrants, the poor and the unborn.”
Lead by example, then. Plenty of injustices committed by the catholic church against the born and unborn indigenous babies of Irish women.

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“As individuals, we have grown comfortable with certain lifestyles shaped by a distorted culture of prosperity,” with a desire to consume more than what’s necessary, where “we are participants” in a system that has imposed a mentality of profit at any price.

“Let us repent of the harm we are doing to our common home,” Francis writes.

Examining our consciences, repentance and confession, the pope continues, will lead to a firm purpose to make amendments and take an attitude more respectful of creation.

Quoting his own Laudato Si’, something he does often in Thursday’s message, the pontiff gives several suggestions: “Avoiding the use of plastic and paper, reducing water consumption, separating refuse, cooking only what can reasonably be consumed, showing care for other living beings, using public transport or car-pooling, planting trees, turning off unnecessary lights, or any number of other practices.”

Calling on world leaders to uphold the Paris Climate Agreement and the United Nations Development Goals- and society to demand they be applied- the pontiff said that economics and politics, society and culture can’t be dominated by “short-term and immediate financial or electoral gains.”

“Instead, they urgently need to be redirected to the common good, which includes sustainability and care for creation,” Francis’ message says.

Christians of different denominations are marking the day of prayer for creation, although for many it’ll go until October 4th, the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi.

The pontiff is not the only Christian leader to release a message for the occasion. For instance, Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew stressed the importance of education to highlight the links between the environmental crisis and the spiritual crisis of a world driven by greed, gluttony and selfish desires.

The general secretary of the World Council of Churches, Reverend Olav Fykse Tveit, sent a video message, calling for the world “obsessed by economic growth,” to radically rethink the ways of producing, trading and consuming natural resources.

“In a world where nearly everything has a price tag, it’s time for us to affirm once again that creation is not for sale,” he said.

Cardinal Peter Turkson of Ghana, appointed by Francis on Wednesday as the first head of a new super-department on human development, told a Vatican news conference that Francis’ message on Thursday is the “next logical step” after Laudato Si.

Turkson suggested, among other things, that Christians should use their purchasing power to boycott certain companies or products until they rethink their environmental footprint.
Didn't the pope use his private plane to ferry refugees into his own gaff? What did that do to his environmental footprint? What about the carloads of righteous ferrying clothes and goods all the way across Britain, turning left but not stopping at the indigenous homeless and burning up carbon all the way to Calais?



https://cruxnow.com/vatican/2016/09/...on-work-mercy/
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Old September 4th, 2016 #1185
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He sounds like an updated version of the freemasons behind the French revolution.
 
Old September 20th, 2016 #1186
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Actually NO, what matters more is if people are following Christian doctrine as regards to immigration.

Apparently NOT....

It is your turn to prove Atheists are more anti-immigration, which I see you are diverting away from with snide smirky personal insults.

This isn't about me, I'm just a anonymous poster looking for the truth..

And every radical feminist website I go to are overwhelmingly Atheist which frankly leaves a sour bile in my stomach.
All feminists believe in a god woman.
 
Old January 6th, 2018 #1187
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Jew- doctrine-dangling Christian politicians and preachers have glued up the brains of their sheep. Their libels against White society should prove but lessons ,because in the final sense , they teach White genocide.

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Old January 6th, 2018 #1188
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these politicians are anti christ homosexuals , there is nothing they hate more than Christianity.

the 'g' in masonry is often said to stands for 'gnosis'. the gnostics were NOT 'judeo christians'. quite the opposite.

https://gnosticwarrior.com/g.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=dxqxo4oIDQM

remember, that Moses was a high priest in ancient Egypt. the gnosis was the religion of ancient Egypt. the jews used witchcraft to destroy Atlantis, i.e ancient Egypt. the bible was actually a horrid BLASPHEMY of the Gnostic religion

 
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this is not a footnote in history, this is a huge part of European history. The Templars and the Cathars were gnostics.

 
Old January 6th, 2018 #1190
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William Cooper gives very long winded discussions of these subjects but some of the biggest ideas of gnosticism are in there. he was killed by the FBI for it I believe. he was telling some of the biggest important facts about ancient history, the history of the Roman Empire and it's origins.


 
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Martin Luther was backed by gnostics and gave birth to protestant reformation which was attempt to restore the original gnostic religion. this was the focal point of hundreds of wars in Europe

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread630056/pg1

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Martin Luther was, and Protestants are supposed to be, Gnostic Christians.

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The old Orthodox Catholic Church preached the God without that we had access to only through the good old boy system of the clergy.

It seems that Martin Luther knew better and knew the God within as the true God.
He rejected the notion of the Word of God as a literal and historic book.

What happened to his theology and why did literalism and fundamentalism rear it’s ugly head and deceive so many Christians.

Even now, most of the protestant west is stupidly literal in their reading of scripture even as it’s leader, Martin Luther said not to read the Bible literally.

It also happens that the pope also says the same thing, so WTH are Catholics doing also following this anti-Christ way of reading scripture, and ending with a literal historic Christ?

Do none who call themselves Christian or Catholic believe their own leadership anymore?

If not, why are you calling yourself Christian or Catholic?

My guess is tradition and your social network and to me, this is a hypocritical way of going through life and a good way to never know or find God.

Satan is supposed to deceive the whole world from your pathetic literal view so if the majority of Catholics and Protestants are reading literally or ending their reading of the Bible with a literal and historic Christ, then statistically speaking you poor deluded soul, must be following Satan.

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P S. Here is the way Martin Luther broke free from the shackles of the twisted Catholicism of his day. He accepted adulthood and so should literalists.
 
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just keep in mind the ancient egyptian/phoenician empire was not a flash in the pan, it was the civilized world for 3 thousand years.

the Pharoahs were REDHAIRED. They were 'Celts'



The Roman Empire was really a continuation of the Egyptian system. The American Eagle is the symbol of the Roman Empire.

the back of the US dime. the Roman fasces, symbolizing the authority of Rome. US law uses latin terminology , the language of the Roman Empire.



 
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these politicians are anti christ homosexuals , there is nothing they hate more than Christianity.

the 'g' in masonry is often said to stands for 'gnosis'. the gnostics were NOT 'judeo christians'. quite the opposite.
Wrong.

G stands for 'Great Architect' or 'God', nothing else.

The rituals are Jewish in origin, a mix of Kabbalistic Satanism and Christ Insanity as the 'face' (both Jewish in origin). From the degrees to the secret rituals, it's Jewish.

(((Moses Michael Hays))) brought the Scottish Rite into the United States.

As for gnosticism, it is many things mixed together, including Jebus.

Origin is widely disputed, as there are no 'pre christian' gnostic texts. The texts we DO have mixes Essene Judaism and Aramaic Syro-Mesopotamian Jewish shit, including the Nag Hammadi texts which bring up Judaism repeatedly. Also the super Jewy Hekhalot literature.

....But you've not read any of that. You haven't even read yer Babble.


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remember, that Moses was a high priest in ancient Egypt. the gnosis was the religion of ancient Egypt. the jews used witchcraft to destroy Atlantis, i.e ancient Egypt. the bible was actually a horrid BLASPHEMY of the Gnostic religion

Nikola Tesla - The secrets hidden in the pyramids of Egypt
SO Wrong.

(((Moses))): son of (((Amram))) and ((( Yochebed ))) of the tribe of
((( Levi.)))

Created (((Israel's))) Nationhood.

His wives were Zipporah, and another wife was called "a Cushite woman" in the book of (((Numbers))).

Zipporah was from Midian.

The Cushite was a nigger, from Ethiopia.

Niggers and Jews...this is why Masonry was rejected in the Third Reich, and why Masons in the United States operate as Fed Judges, are on the 'Skool' Board, City Government, etc.

Die versity and Christ Insanity are White Nation wreckers.

Moses and his nigger wife, and their supposed 'Exodus' are referenced by the Southern Baptist Convention when they want $$$$ to bring third world scum into this country.

They get tax free money, and slave laborers....and Jews get to destroy the White race via overwhelming the population with non Whites.

They get Whites to help with their own demise,via this retarded religious 'obligation' to 'save' what they should recognize are their biological enemies.

Oy.

In the name of the monster, his faggy son, and the bicameral mind, Amen-ra.
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I'm an "old Deep South" Christian of the type of White fellowship, family dinners, etc. I don't like jooz or izntreal as it now stands, with satanyahu talking about how they're chozen.

Regarding the exodus:

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Numbers and logistics

According to Exodus 12:37–38, the Israelites numbered "about six hundred thousand men on foot, besides women and children", plus many non-Israelites and livestock. Numbers 1:46 gives a more precise total of 603,550 men aged 20 and up. It is difficult to reconcile the idea of 600,000 Israelite fighting men with the information that the Israelites were afraid of the Philistines and Egyptians.[31] The 600,000, plus wives, children, the elderly, and the "mixed multitude" of non-Israelites would have numbered some 2 million people.[32] Marching ten abreast, and without accounting for livestock, they would have formed a line 150 miles long.[33] The entire Egyptian population in 1250 BCE is estimated to have been around 3 to 3.5 million,[34][32] and no evidence has been found that Egypt ever suffered the demographic and economic catastrophe such a loss of population would represent, nor that the Sinai desert ever hosted (or could have hosted) these millions of people and their herds.[35] Some have rationalised the numbers into smaller figures, for example reading the Hebrew as "600 families" rather than 600,000 men, but all such solutions have their own set of problems.[36]
~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ex..._and_logistics

The Egyptians kept lots of neat records. Certainly an "exodus" of over half their population would have been recorded. I had a subscription to "Biblical Archeology Review" for years. It didn't provide a shred of evidence of that number of people leaving Egypt. Moreover, that publication didn't address the alleged exodus. I began to think hmmmmmmmm..............

I dissociated myself from the Southern Baptist church when I saw too many young pastors adopting nigglets from afreeka.

I could post excellent examples from the Old Testament to prove the jooz aren't the chozenites. I won't bore folks with that at this juncture.

I am a Christian. Not an izntreal lover. And, I embrace all of my White Brothers And Sisters In Our WHITE RACE!!!! Religious or not.

And............

KEEP THE DAMN INVADERS OUT OF THIS COUNTRY!!!!!!!!

I can't be any plainer about rapefugees!!!!!!!!!

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Yeah, I'm suspicious of Christ cucks. At least the sand niggers have a religion that promotes their own racial interests. (Freedom to conquer, rape, and enslave "infidels")

If only Christianity could have been half-reasoned at its foundation. Even if by mistake.
 
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Cucks are traitors and shoud be banned from here. We trust them and that is why we are in limbo.
 
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I'm an "old Deep South" Christian of the type of White fellowship, family dinners, etc. I don't like jooz or izntreal as it now stands, with satanyahu talking about how they're chozen.

Regarding the exodus:

~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ex..._and_logistics

The Egyptians kept lots of neat records. Certainly an "exodus" of over half their population would have been recorded. I had a subscription to "Biblical Archeology Review" for years. It didn't provide a shred of evidence of that number of people leaving Egypt. Moreover, that publication didn't address the alleged exodus. I began to think hmmmmmmmm..............

I dissociated myself from the Southern Baptist church when I saw too many young pastors adopting nigglets from afreeka.

I could post excellent examples from the Old Testament to prove the jooz aren't the chozenites. I won't bore folks with that at this juncture.

I am a Christian. Not an izntreal lover. And, I embrace all of my White Brothers And Sisters In Our WHITE RACE!!!! Religious or not.

And............

KEEP THE DAMN INVADERS OUT OF THIS COUNTRY!!!!!!!!

I can't be any plainer about rapefugees!!!!!!!!!

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The trick is to subvert their immigrant beliefs.
Push the angle of helping their own, and how it is sin to let your fellow countrymen suffer by giving that help to invaders. As long as there are those in need within one's own country, spend not a penny elsewhere, or you are committing an egregious sin by denying those in need within your borders.
 
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