Quote# 54643

("Video Title: Save the Blondes")

[Fstdt meets Rstdt meets Ctstdt.]

Mental programming has nothing to do with genes and everything to do with tolerance, which is a product of cultural norms. That whites are so tolerant of all the racial slurs that get thrown at us is the reason we have been so abused. Everybody says we are "one." One WHAT though? If God wanted us to all be the SAME he would have made us the same. (That's Lucifer's agenda.) Our unique differences are necessary for the perfection of creation. Homogeneity is against the natural order.

If you don't accept this argument then by default you accept the argument that ANY one race has the natural right to eradicate any other. If we as cultures all went by "survival of the fittest," who do you honestly think would emerge on top? If you want to know, pull blacks out of Christian universities and pull foreign aid packages out of countries like Ethiopia. Don't you see that white supremacism is just a retaliation against the abuses committed against whites?

The difference between being "one" and being the SAME is unity. We can not be united as long as we live in a culture which openly ridicules whites and actively seeks the extermination of a billion people based on their ethnic origins alone. Look at the plight of the Serbian people. Was Yugoslavia ever united? No. Most of us just want to live and be free from tyranny. This whole New Age "oneness" campaign seeks to kill and enslave because it's not actually about unity, it's about hegemony.

malakhhatzadik, Youtube 27 Comments [12/23/2008 12:28:24 AM]
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Quote# 54669

God Pays Gays With AIDS?

A word of caution though: the material presented here is not for the weak-kneed or fainthearted. You're about to go "undercover," embarking upon a behind-the-scenes foray into the sinful, sordid world of gay and lesbian sex. Again, enter at your own risk! God specifically targeted the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah because of homosexual activity. (Gen. 18:20, 21; 19:24, 28) Instead of using HIV/AIDS, he nuked them. He used a purging fire to eradicate homosexuals and their diseases. What diseases you ask?

SORDID SCIENCE: Aside from HIV/AIDS there is a laundry list of "gay" (and later "lesbian") diseases that most don't know about, and that the Sodomites, et al probably had. For your reading pleasure, here are a few: hepatitis, anorectal candidiasis, rectal and oral gonorrhea, lymphogranuloma venereum, trichomoniasis, syphilis, parasitic infections, Kaposi's sarcoma, liver infections, Bowen's disease, thrash (yeast infection), toxoplasmosis (brain infection), cryptococcal meningitis, swollen lymph nodes, night sweats, shingles, seborrheic dermatitis, prostatitis, urethritis, scabies, and venereal warts. Oh, I almost forgot. Fecal incontinence. "What manner of evil might this be?" you ask? "Repeated rectal sodomy and/or 'fisting' (insertion of the fist and forearm into the rectum) causes a weakening of the sphincter muscle of the recipient. This produces an embarrassing dribbling of fecal secretions at inappropriate times. Wearing adult sanitary undergarments helps alleviate staining clothing and furniture." I won't share the gross stuff with you. It's no wonder, then, that under the "crime against nature" entry in Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary, it says one word: sodomy.

Dr. Firpo W. Carr, Los Angeles Sentinel 38 Comments [12/22/2008 11:14:25 PM]
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Submitted By: Sayna

Quote# 54556

When we talk about "proof," we may be referring to different standards. In the courtroom, if you're talking about a civil trial, proof means a preponderance of evidence, kind of like a 50/50. If you're talking about at criminal trial, proof means beyond a reasonable doubt, which I analogize to a 95% certainty. By scientific methods, the probability of evolution is less than 1/(1*10^7000). That corresponds to 99% certainty of creation followed by thousands of 9s. I personally consider that kind of certainty "proof." The proof of creationism is absolutely manifest, and Job has lots of excellent verses besides the one quoted by the starter of this thread.

It's great to have faith, but I think informed faith is even better.

True Blue, Christian Forums 39 Comments [12/22/2008 8:39:55 PM]
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Submitted By: TheOutsider

Quote# 54723

[This is just one paragraph of a long, rambling EMail sent to PZ Myers about the Cincinnati Zoo/Creation Museum flap]

Evolution is used now as a tool to promote the vulgar and disgusting homosexual movement that has recently become violent. By claiming that evolution is real, the gay community can claim that they were born gay, which is absurd. No one is born gay. it is a psychological problems that stems from early childhood scenarios. Even the APA used to say this until they were pressured by the far left to change history and change science. That's what they do best.

[Follow the link to the whole letter and more!]

Unknown, Pharyngula 23 Comments [12/22/2008 8:38:25 PM]
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Submitted By: Orlor

Quote# 54664

Christmas! We all know what Christmas is. Or do we?

I feel sorry for Christians when they see Atheists apparently 'celebrating Christmas'. Why do atheists even celebrate it? So they can get free presents and get time off work and school?

Christmas is celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. But the modern world of the west has turned it into some sort of marketing scheme. Imagine how it must feel as a Christian to see your special celebration being diminished into commercialism.

If you're not Christian, don't celebrate Christmas.


Kemalraik, Total War Center 80 Comments [12/22/2008 8:33:15 PM]
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Submitted By: Doperwtje

Quote# 54690

Since atheists hate the idea or don't believe in answering to a higher authority, they tend to be liberal. Liberals naturally hate responsibility.

Atheist = Liberal

"At the most basic level, the Liberal is anti-God. He is an intellectually dishonest, unprincipled, mentally immature, spoiled child who is forever in search of a world without moral consequence"

yog-shog, yahoo answers 32 Comments [12/22/2008 8:32:01 PM]
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Submitted By: senorchipotle

Quote# 54670

As a straight man, I can marry a woman of my choice. I cannot, however, marry a man of my choice.

If I were a gay man, I could marry a woman of my choice. I could not, however, marry a man of my choice.

Hmm... seems like equality to me.

Making a specific allowance for gays to marry other men is discrimination against straight men; we are only allowed to marry women, but gays are allowed to marry either.

The fact that I don't want to marry another man, or that a guy man doesn't want to marry a woman, is not the point. Marriage laws are the same if the couple loves each other or if they enter into the contract for material benefit. The government does not recognize 'love', so complaining that straight men can marry the women they love and gay men cannot is moot (or moo).

Rowdie, WoW OT 57 Comments [12/22/2008 8:03:28 PM]
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Submitted By: mike-mike

Quote# 54601

In my town, the atheists and secularists have banned a Christmas tree and nativity scene this year, whereas every year before that they have been legal. I know this is happening all over the place but I never thought I'd personally feel the presence of Satan in my town. (Though it's bad enough the atheist evolutionists and baby-killers have their religion in public schools...) I was wondering if anyone has faced persecution by these fools as well.

Jesus Freak, RR 38 Comments [12/22/2008 5:58:00 PM]
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Submitted By: cc

Quote# 54774

[in response to the question "what would you consider religious discrimination"]

The fact that I can get fired for calling gay people derogatory names is religious discrimination in my eyes. I should be able to practice my Christianity in peace and without fear. It's a sad state when we favour sexuality over God.

Johnny Holiday, yahoo 60 Comments [12/22/2008 5:57:15 PM]
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Submitted By: adam

Quote# 54617

[Discussion is about blood donations: So, saving a life is immoral, yet letting someone die, isnt?]

This is the same kind of controversy as the whole matter of stem cell research and cloning, right?

Nobody is required to do any of this. You would choose for yourself whether or not you'd like to use a blood transfusion instead of bloodless surgery.

The only person you're "letting die" is yourself, and not even that's 100% certain since bloodless surgery is still an available option, if you're a Jehovah's Witness.

You might be saving a life if it works, yes, but the exchange is simply not worth it in the long run if you believe in God.

It's like when Esau traded his birthright for lentil soup. Going after bodily needs (that could have been fulfilled through other means), he would give up a critical inheritance to his future in the long term, even though he was fine right after having done so. Likewise, mixing one's blood with that of another artificially gets two different souls needlessly intertwined and both the blood doner and the one who decides to use the blood in a blood transfusion will lose their inheritance in God's Kingdom.

Blood is sacred because blood is life. If you are a Christian, you wouldn't trade it around like an asset on a market.

In fact, there are such things as body parts being sold on the black market. Is life so trivial?

evantisin, Gametrailers 48 Comments [12/22/2008 5:45:03 PM]
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Submitted By: Lautsi

Quote# 54640

[Prophet predicts disaster will prevent Obama from taking office.]

'He will not be the next president,' Leland Freeborn warns those who will listen. He and his followers expect nuclear explosions this Christmas season.

"I think that you should hear what my opinion about the Obama election is: that he will not be the next president. I said on my home page in August that if he lost to expect to see the 'riots' that 2 Peter 2:13 tells us about. He didn't lose. But the story is not finished yet. I still think they may begin the riots before Christmas 2008, as I said."

These riots, according to his prophecy, will encourage the "old, hard-line Soviet guard" to seize the moment and rain down nukes on the United States, killing at least 100 million of us.

"Prepare now," Freeborn's letter concluded. "We are downwind from Las Vegas. I hope you can survive."

Leland Freeborn, Latimes.com 51 Comments [12/22/2008 5:12:09 PM]
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Submitted By: Special Ed

Quote# 54525

In communist china and other places in the world, the older generation once also laughed and mock those who thought the government could and would restrict their freedoms and ideas.

I have just one thing to say to those who mock me - study history. What you think is impossible in the US will happen one day. Read Revelation. The AntiChrist will restrict whether people can buy or sell. Of course the Bible isn't really to be take literally of course. Obviously I'm not saying Hussein is the Anti-Christ but to ridicule the possibility of what a extreme socialist like him can to to Christian freedoms is just naive! Don't you understand that in Canada a pastor can't preach homosexuality is sin unless they want to get put in jail!!

To compare Bush and Obama is absoutely moronic! Bush and the Obama's left wing come from two completely different idealogy. The people surrounding Bush like Condelezza Rice are real Christians. The people surrounding Obama are closest I know to the communist in China.

So go on and laugh like the people in China did before Mao took over. China was once free like America until people left their guard down because they were to comfortable. So I say just stay in your comfort zone and keep that double latte in your hands while you sit in that comfortable chair at Starbucks laughing. Maybe you will pick up VOM or study Obama beliefs and the people he is appointing and deal with reality.

Norrin Radd, Rapture Ready 57 Comments [12/22/2008 5:08:22 PM]
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Submitted By: Bender Bending Rodriguez

Quote# 54613

The thing that he said that was like a sucker punch to my gut was this: I need to respect my husbands place as the head of the household even if there is nothing else to respect about him. You need a starting point, and
even if you can't respect your husband you need to respect his place. I wasent respecting his place that God has given him because he is so veeeerrrry imperfect.

...But, God really had to give dh some major smack-downs to get his attention and humble him. They were humiliating things that I never want to go through again but, it worked. Getting out of God's way and letting Him do His work is the most effective way. Painful yes.......but effective. One of the most remarkable things the Lord did with dh's smack-downs was make it about things that I had advised him against.

lisaann, Rapture Ready 30 Comments [12/22/2008 5:04:28 PM]
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Submitted By: traitor1

Quote# 54682

[This is from 2001, but I just stumbled across it. Commenting on ex-Jesuit priest, Dr Ian Guthridge's assertion that Jesus could not have been God, Michael Baker accuses Dr Guthridge, (a Jesuit for 20 years, with a doctorate in theology), of being 'simplistic' and 'naive'. Baker demolishes Guthridge's argument with his scintillating logic ....]

"Whatever Christ was, he was not simply, as Dr Guthridge would like him to be, ‘a great man’ like Buddha, Confucius or Mohammed. Why not? Because he claimed to be God! Either Christ was God then, or he was a liar. There is no third."

Michael Baker, http://www.superflumina.org/ 35 Comments [12/22/2008 5:04:27 PM]
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Submitted By: Kristy

Quote# 54653

Question: Have you ever had an actual conversation with God or Jesus?

Answer: Yes, many times, and once I heard God's voice. My daughter was detected with an enormous brain tumour. As I prayed, I said "Lord, you can't take my daughter from me." and I heard Him clearly say "Yes, I CAN."

I had to admit that He could, and just ask Him not to, please. He let her live. But had He taken her, I would still agree with His decision

[No wonder psychiatrists make so much money!]

singwell-is off researching a lot, Answer Bag 35 Comments [12/22/2008 5:04:18 PM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores

Quote# 54743

I've often imagined a Puritan utopia if there were no separation, and the church was our state.
Our two-party system could become the Catholics and the Protestants who could impose laws not unlike the following:
Performing or receiving an abortion would be a capital offense with no exceptions, while prayer in public schools would be mandatory, and intelligent design would be taught as a science. Gay marriage would never be uttered, and being actively gay in itself would be a crime. Possessing a copy of Playboy would be the equivalent to a minor drug offense, whereas owning hardcore pornography would be in line with heroin possession, and R-rated movies would be a thing of the past. Premarital sex and cohabitation of unmarried couples would be unlawful. A governmental agency called the SEA (Sexual Enforcement Agency) could be created to assure that the strict new laws of the bedroom and entertainment industry be enforced. The two parties could debate Biblical implications when setting policies on issues such as birth control and appropriate dress for women, as well as which books and music CDs should be burned.
Now my question to all the devout Christians who would love this hypothetical scenario is: what would be the result? Would hurricanes and earthquakes end? Would our summers be filled with days that are perfectly sunny and 74 degrees, with gentle evening rains? Would our hospitals empty because our nation's people would be blessed with nothing but great health? Would the economy flourish with a 100% living wage employment rate? Would criminals simply lose the urge to break the law?
I have heard that gays and feminists caused tragedies like September 11th, and Hurricane Katrina. But, what would happen if our nation fully and completely adhered to God's Laws?
I'd like to know.

Paul S, TTLG Community Chat 115 Comments [12/22/2008 5:03:54 PM]
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Submitted By: RavynousHunter

Quote# 54742

God does not condone killing innocent people. Not one innocent person is killed by God or ordered to be killed by God in the entire Bible.

Highboy, Pro-Life Voice 62 Comments [12/22/2008 5:03:52 PM]
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Submitted By:

Quote# 54697

(On homophobia)

Its something called being insulted and repulsed by people openly sinning. If a person seems homophobic and are not violent about it, its simply the same as you seeing a person avoiding thieves, if you see a person stealing in the open will you sit beside them smiling, or want to do something about it?

Marcus W, Yahoo! Answers 22 Comments [12/22/2008 5:02:43 PM]
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Submitted By: ChocoholicBec

Quote# 54736

My take on this is to believe what the Word says,not what I feel about it.There have been times I feel like cutting a verse out of the bible w/a razor cuz,I FELT it just was'ant working.It's ALL true,my opinion dos'ent matter.Bottom line is for me:If what I think dos'ent agree w/ the bible,guess whos wrong.

"24thChance", Rapture Ready 40 Comments [12/22/2008 2:38:32 PM]
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Submitted By: Lex

Quote# 54686

You are an idiot... First you were a Jehovahs witness. Then you were a humanist then now you are an athiest. Three wrongs don't make a life.

Then you are talking about miricles. ATHIESTS do not believe in miricles.

Maybe you need to find a religion that is not a dooms day cult.

ROSSCO4040, Youtube 43 Comments [12/22/2008 6:19:35 AM]
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Submitted By: Anonymos25

Quote# 54675

Okay, I know this may seem controversial if you've heard of the Westboro Baptist Church, but if you haven't heard of them, they're a church operating out of Topeka, Kansas. They achieved infamy by picketing the funerals of gays and U.S. soldiers with their main motto being "God Hates Fags." Now, I believe that Fred Phelps, love him and his tactics or hate him, is right in one aspect: God DOES hate fags. The Bible spells out exactly what God thinks of gays, so why the political correctness about it? I think every Christian ought to be expressing what an abomination it really is, after all, if the message is loud and shocking enough, perhaps more gays will convert, and make it to Heaven and NOT the lake of fire. I say the message of "God Hates Fags" shouldn't be demonized, what say you?
True, I disagree with his tactics. I don't agree that funerals should be picketed, but the controversial part is his message. That message is that homosexuality is an abomination, and those who practice it are abominations to God. I believe that gays should be placed in ex-gay camps, like drunks are placed in AA meetings. If their lifestyle persists, perhaps jailtime is in order. After all, AIDS doesn't spread itself, right?
Well, I'm just trying to toss out the best way possible to create a quick enough change in people. No one here wants them to go to Hell, I just think drastic measures could be taken, that's all.
Well how do you react knowing the state of the nation right now? YOU saw the gays invade that church, it was on the news. You know that babies are being slaughtered every day in abortion-mills. You know that militant atheists are teaching our children there is no God. This is a very grave state of affairs, and I for one am concerned.

many, RR 41 Comments [12/22/2008 6:15:58 AM]
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Quote# 54620

Nicole Kidman has enraged Aboriginal leaders in her native Australia by breaking a centuries-old taboo against women playing the didgeridoo.

The actress was seen blowing into the wooden instrument on a German TV chatshow last Saturday.

And several cultural leaders have now criticised her for the stunt, because tradition dictates that only men should play the didgeridoo.

One critic has even suggested Kidman's fertility could be at risk after she broke the ancient rule.

Aboriginal actor and language teacher Richard Green says, "People are going to see Nicole playing it and think it's all right. It bastardises our culture. I will guarantee she has no more children. It is not meant to be played by women as it will make them barren."

And Alan Madden, a cultural officer at Sydney's Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council, adds: "I presume she doesn't know, otherwise she wouldn't be playing it."

Aboriginal Australians, Imdb 83 Comments [12/22/2008 3:53:20 AM]
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Quote# 54947

If there are any naysayers who don't believe that the mark of the beast will be the rfid chip or its variant UPC code have a look at what Big Blue has for You!!!


If you get it (rfid/barcode: remember this is america- you get a choice) your eternal destiny will be the lake of fire. Don't forget your reciept!

Voice, Rapture Ready 27 Comments [12/22/2008 1:33:46 AM]
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Quote# 54599

[Emphases and typos are Linda's.]

Every choice has an attached consequence. CHOICE => CONSEQUENCE

The choice of sexual intercourse carries an attached consequence of a high probability of a baby. SEX => BABY

The trend for many Americans is to enjoy the “pleasure” of their choices: robbery, murder, laziness, sex,… and do away with the consequences. As Americans, we must stop facilitating this trend by holding ourselves and others accountable for individual choices.

choose accountability. choose life.

Linda Hollist, United Families International blog 61 Comments [12/21/2008 11:52:41 PM]
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Submitted By: GreenEyedLilo

Quote# 54729

A divorced Jacksonville woman said her former church has threatened to "go public with her sins" and tell the congregation about her sexual relationship with her new boyfriend.

Rebecca Hancock said harassment from Grace Community Church in Mandarin over her sex life caused her to leave, but she said that didn't put an end to the problem. She said she received a letter from the church's elders telling her the church plans to make her personal life very public.

"I'm basically run out. I'm the church harlot," Hancock said.

The 49-year-old said she has been dating a man for a while and she said members of the congregation at Grace Community Church haven't been happy about the relationship.

"Because I have a boyfriend that I'm involved with … to not be married to that person is a sin," Hancock said.

She said the issue caused her to leave the church. However, she said the church has not let go of her.

The letter Hancock received from the church states that because she has refused to end her sexual relationship with her boyfriend, "you leave us with no other choice but to carry out the commands of the Lord Jesus Christ" … "In accordance with Matthew 18:17 we intend to 'tell it to the church.'"

Dr. T. Scott Christmas, news4jax.com 75 Comments [12/21/2008 11:00:37 PM]
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Submitted By: Jocelyn