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rclark wrote: 2 months ago \

My wife has health issues, and if I contaminate her, I don't think she would live.

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It is kind of true. A white woman burned down a fast food restaurant in a Floyd protest.

A lot of the people rioting are white, some of them are poor whites who are probably breaking stores to
steal things.
Sorry to hear about your wife's health issues. :(

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This man and his wife (out of frame) deserve special praise for the calmness they showed when a bunch of feral protesters entered on to their private property while making their way to the mayor of St. Louis' residents to demand her resignation.
The feral protesters threatened to kill the couple, and even kill the family dog!

So this law abiding couple armed themselves with their legal firearms (look at that gorgeous M16!) as a show of force against this rabid mob out looking for white blood.

This whole affair makes proud to be a defender of the U.S. constitution, and especially the 2nd amendment (the right to bear arms).

More from stltoday.com: (St Louis today)

St. Louis police said the couple had called police for help once they saw the large crowd enter Portland Place. The McCloskeys had been at home and heard a loud commotion coming from the street; they went to investigate and saw “a large group of subjects forcefully break an iron gate marked with ‘No Trespassing’ and ‘Private Street’ signs,” police said.

“The group began yelling obscenities and threats of harm to both victims,” police said. “When the victims observed multiple subjects who were armed, they then armed themselves and contacted police.”
Me and my friends are like, double-whiskey-coke-no-ice.


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And we still have Fred and Christcucks civnatting and believing that race is irrelevant. As if these black people and shit are ever going to forgive you for the crime of being white. As if they're ever going to stop destroying and taking until we're totally erased.

Oh, also. BLM is led by a Jewish terrorist. But of course "that doesn't mean anything" like the thousands of other jews leading these subversive movements and owning up to it in the media..



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This is comical because human behavior is sooo damn predictable. This time a predictable inversion.
So to quote a rather gay song from the 90's, the Propellerheads feat: Miss Shirley Bassey -- "That's it's all just a little bit of history repeating."

Lol, if you live long enough you will surely witness new generations acting out roles already written.

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This is a disturbing incident and no one deserves to be shot for the crime of believing and saying that all lives matter. I hope the police find these black assholes who shot her.
Life (in prison) for a life!

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Niggers are your new religion, goy.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/53381586

The britbongs will arrest a 12-year-old boy for saying a joke online, but Arab grooming gangs go unimpeded because "muh racism though".

Stop giving a fuck about "racism" already. There is not one problem we couldn't solve right now by being racist and excluding these people from our countries.

It is important to acknowledge the role that Cuckstianity has played in all this. Because "white privilege" is effectively the new "original sin". This concept of "we are inherently dirty and must be cleansed" gayness didn't exist in pre-christian religions, where they were like "The gods are awesome and they made us to be fucking awesome".

This "don't be racist" bullshit has got to fucking go.

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That Guy wrote: 2 months ago in pre-christian religions, where they were like "The gods are awesome and they made us to be fucking awesome".
How did things go for those pre-Christian religions?

I heard the Christians took over the pagan Roman Empire without any war or revolution.

You'd think that awesomeness infused by their awesome gods would have given them an edge over the meek Christians.

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Admin wrote: 2 months ago How did things go for those pre-Christian religions?

I heard the Christians took over the pagan Roman Empire without any war or revolution.

You'd think that awesomeness infused by their awesome gods would have given them an edge over the meek Christians.
You're doing that childish fantasy RPG thing again where you believe that it is superior ideas that win instead of superior armies.

Further, the conversion in the Roman Empire took many years. It was not an overnight thing just because Constantine made it the official religion of Rome, and in fact, the only reason it probably wound up appealing to the Romans at all, was because their civilization was collapsing and so they idea that their suffering on Earth didn't matter because eternal paradise awaited in the afterlife was easily sold to plebs. Christianity is a plebian religion. A religion for slaves.

And that's exactly what both Constantine and Clovis I understood. As many historians and scholars argue, it seems that Constantine himself remained loyal to Paganism and Clovis only converted to gain favor with his conquered subjects in the former western Roman empire, but he himself basically never practiced anything of the Christian religion.

As for further Germanic pagans, they resisted conversion for years and Ivar literally had an army to fight Christucks with, but again: You believe them losing means they had an inferior ideology.

If Christianity's worth is so obvious, and it's clearly superior, why did Charlemagne have to behead literally thousands of Saxons to scare them into converting? Why was it "convert or die"? Why would you have to be threatened into converting if it's so great?

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That Guy wrote: 2 months ago If Christianity's worth is so obvious, and it's clearly superior, why did Charlemagne have to behead literally thousands of Saxons to scare them into converting? Why was it "convert or die"? Why would you have to be threatened into converting if it's so great?
For all the criticism you throw against modernity and science, you don't mind using their tools of deconstruction when it suits you. Science and modernity implicitly make the statement that they can explain everything, or will be able to explain everything, that they have a system that contains everything. One of postmodernity's favorite game is to use the exception to try to smash the whole system.

The example you cite above is an exception, it's not how 99% of Christian conversions occurred in history. The difference between Christianity and the scientific worldview is that the margin and the exception are consciously integrated in our narrative. We don't deny the reality of Christ coming back with a sword on Judgement Day to cut off the remaining people who resisted conversion.

That's actually a good example of how Christianity is not a pacifist religion. Great patience, love and numerous chances are given to us by God, but at a point, His patience runs out, and rare scenarios like the one you described can occur. It's part of our story and no, it's not a fatal flaw that makes the whole system crumble, because no system is perfectly and logically self-contained.

Christians knew this, the Jews knew this, which is why there are warnings about not trying to cut off the margin, the exception everywhere in the Bible: farmers should leave corners of their fields unharvested, one should not cut off the hair at the edges of one's beard, etc. None of this (just like everything else in Christianity) is arbitrary.
That Guy wrote: 2 months ago You're doing that childish fantasy RPG thing again where you believe that it is superior ideas that win instead of superior armies.
You can look at it in cold "survival of the fittest" terms if you want. Ultimately, the ones with the most gripping an deepest ideas win. You can have the strongest army in the world, if it's highest ideal is anything less than what the Christian story is proposing, it will eventually lose, even if it takes centuries like in the case of the Roman Empire. Christian saints had no attachment to the things of this world, and to tie it back to what we were were discussing above, 99% of Christians in history converted thanks to the example shown by the saints, who showed through their suffering and martyrdom that they were ready to lose everything, including their lives for Christ.
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Admin wrote: 2 months ago Science and modernity implicitly make the statement that they can explain everything, or will be able to explain everything, that they have a system that contains everything.
No, science does not.

Admin wrote: 2 months ago , it's not how 99% of Christian conversions occurred in history.
Reference for this 99% claim?

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Wire wrote: 2 months ago No, science does not.
How would you justify your choice of not being religious without using words like science, observable, facts and evidence?
Wire wrote: 2 months ago Reference for this 99% claim?
Unavailable, because again, it's something that cannot be scientifically proven. It does not fit in the scientific narrative. Did people convert because they had faith to or because they were scared of social rejection? How can we measure that? We can't.

Like many things in life, it's a matter of belief.
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Admin wrote: 2 months ago How would you justify your choice of not being religious without using words like science, observable, facts and evidence?
Define being religious.

Admin wrote: 2 months ago Unavailable, because again, it's something that cannot be scientifically proven. It does not fit in the scientific narrative. Did people convert because they had faith to or because they were scared of social rejection? How can we measure that? We can't.

Like many things in life, it's a matter of belief.
All right then. I "believe" 87.538% of conversions were actually forceful. It's my belief and contradicts your belief.

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Wire wrote: 2 months ago Define being religious.
Being part of a religion.

Believing in the existence of meaningful patterns we can partake in beyond the observable material world.

Or as St Paul would put it: "The substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."
Wire wrote: 2 months ago All right then. I "believe" 87.538% of conversions were actually forceful. It's my belief and contradicts your belief.
Exactly, no way around it.
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Admin wrote: 2 months ago Believing in the existence of meaningful patterns we can partake in beyond the observable material world.
Define meaningful pattern.
Define meaning.

You are using words in a context I do not understand.

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