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    Today, 01:07 PM
    This quote is true and the Bible says exactly the same thing. At least, that's how things operate under the law. You don't want to play that game. Nobody wants to play that game and, to whatever you extent you think you want to play that game, you are deluded. That's the point, the innermost cabal of the wicked are the Pharisees... they are the self-righteous egotists who believe they're as righteous as God -- more righteous, really. What a joke, it's hilarious to even write it out in words! But these people are (or soon will be) in the deepest pit of hell. They seek to supplant God by setting themselves up as the true moral standard of right and wrong. And they are the very ones who God exposes to be more corrupt than anyone, even willing to torture and murder a completely innocent man who got in the way of their agenda of proclaiming themselves to be as righteous as God. Thus they imbibe the pride of Lucifer himself and seek to raise their throne above the stars and to become greater than the Most High. They will find out where their pride, blasphemy and (literally) spitting in God's face actually leads...
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    Today, 01:04 PM
    LOL -- "Don't hurt inflation's feelings, it identifies as 'real economic growth'..."
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    Yesterday, 10:47 PM
    Karachi taxi driver wrongly imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay freed after 17 years -- Ahmad Rabbani was tortured for no reason If you want to understand the real reasons why your once-great country is crumbling around your ears -- early-onset-dementia President, job-exportation, economic-collapse, doomsday-virus, vax mandates, central-bank digital currency, absolute financial surveillance, etc. etc. -- then start by looking at Guantanamo Bay. Even Guantanamo Bay is a symptom of a deeper spiritual sickness: the unshakable conviction among countless "Christian" conservatives that there is no social ill that cannot be solved with more severe punishments, longer sentences, more police, more military, more laws and policies, and more rigorous enforcement of laws. Of course, they want a "small" government, where by "small" they mean, keep all branches of the government that have to do with punishment and enforcement, and dissolve all the others. These are the rah-rah "patriots" who apparently believe America can do no wrong so long as she does it in the name of the imaginary "War on Terror", that is, War of Terror. I don't blame any individual American for the 9/11 attacks, I don't blame any individual American for the various government abuses of power that followed, including the Patriot Act, National Defense Authorization Act, Military Commissions Act, and so on. But what I do blame Americans generally for is not holding to the values that, despite all government indoctrination and every other effort of the God-hating Marxist globalists, has not been stamped out -- Americans broadly knew that it was wrong to roll back the basic tenets of the Bill of Rights. They may not have understood enough about DC to be able to stop it, but they knew enough to oppose it in neighborly discussions around the picnic table. Instead, what we saw was a large segment of the American public (mostly on the right!) became locked into a virtue-signaling competition to prove who was willing to support more outrageously anti-American policies in the name of "fighting Terror." In the post-9/11 world, the few dissenting voices to the systematic dismantling of the American Constitution have mostly come from the Left.
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    Yesterday, 10:09 PM
    Made this just for you traitors in the CDC. Eat dirt.
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    Yesterday, 08:54 PM
    According to this table from the Mayo Clinic (grabbed today): ... nearly 100% of the major risk groups have received the first vaccine dose. So, the entire narrative that "we have to maintain economy-busting epidemic-control policies because otherwise the doomsday-virus would swamp the capacity of hospitals" is busted. Not to mention that we've had 18 months to put into place additional medical flex-infrastructure in the event of an outbreak (perhaps of something completely other than the doomsday-virus). If you're 18-50 and you want to run the risk of coming down with it, that's your choice. Yes, that presents some very tiny, yet real, additional risk to others. But you present a vastly greater additional risk to others (thousands of times greater) every time you get behind the wheel, regardless of whether you're insured (insurance does not and cannot reduce the risk you pose to others when behind the wheel). In short, the entire doomsday-virus narrative is completely busted, and has been completely busted from the moment the first provisionally-approved dose of vaccine rolled out of the lab. It was always political theater but now it's transparently political theater. Throughout this entire "epidemic" the infection rates in Democrat-controlled states was higher than in Republican-controlled states, just go back and look at the historical infection-rate maps, they look pretty much the same as the US political map for any recent Presidential election. I haven't done a county-by-county comparison, but it might be even more enlightening in this regard. If I need to take the vaccine for some legitimate reason, I'll take it. But otherwise, no, I don't trust the same bungling morons that have screwed up on every possible dimension that you can screw up, and yet somehow keep managing to pass themselves off as "the experts in the room". I won't voluntarily become a lab-rat.
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    Yesterday, 05:26 PM
    Even taillightts. I've gotten ghosting on my retinas at night while just waiting behind an Escalade with megawatt LED taillights. You could light an entire dance floor with those abominations, they are a road. Regular light-bulbs with LEDs are fine, but there was no need to force the market to change. People will pick whatever works at the price-point that is reasonable. LED bulbs existed before the forced change-over. They weren't a huge market but there are many indoor-lighting applications where incandescent bulbs are still superior.
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    Yesterday, 03:49 PM
    Believing in God isn't about signaling goodness or even motivating goodness. It's just Truth, like 2+2=4. In mathematics, what we think the "outcome" of various "teachings" (aka theorems) might be is wholly irrelevant. It is similar in theology. Theology has nothing to do with the "outcomes" that would come from believing in this or that deity. If it were true that God is evil (perish the thought), then this would be the inevitable conclusion of serious theology. So we're not asking "what kind of world do we want", we are asking "what kind of world (Cosmos) is really there." The Cosmos must extend beyond the material senses because the senses obviously cannot contain truth. Absolutely. Make no mistake, all hypocrites are unbelievers, so there is a hidden alliance between the modern atheist / secularist movement and the chief hypocrites among the clerics. They both have exactly the same agenda, which is Satan's agenda.
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    Yesterday, 02:28 PM
    Great replies already in this thread. It is important not to "physicalize" the mark of the Beast or anything else in Revelation. That is because the spiritual war which will reach its apex in Armageddon will be a "war within" -- it will be visible to all but it will have absolutely nothing to do with tanks and bombs and guns (well, for most of us, anyway... the exception are the kings of the earth and their armies who will physically fight on behalf of the Beast Rev. 19:19) What is a "war within"? Well, you are active on RPF, you post in the Memes thread, so you already understand invisible warfare. Psy-ops are one form of invisible (spiritual) warfare. You cannot see the battleships. You cannot hear the whizz of bullets. You cannot track the aircraft on radar. Yet the invisible war is as real and, in many ways, more real than the visible war. People confuse material warfare as "real" warfare because material tanks and soldiers have immediate finality -- you can't stop a tank by standing in front of it. If I staple a printed meme onto a telephone pole, however, any passerby can rip it down. What a weak and useless weapon!! Right?! Wrong. The thought/attitude/idea conveyed in that meme is a weapon and its target is human choice itself. The weapon is intended to alter the kinds of decisions people will make and, thus, to remake society into some image or form which I (and my army) desire to bring about. But if you keep walking down the path of meme/psych-warfare past all limits of the material world, you will eventually arrive at the fullness of the reality of the great spiritual war which has defined the history of this world since the Fall. What is culture if not a kind of "memetic stronghold"? Do you think you can show some atheist meme to a Roman Catholic monk and change their worldview? Or do you think you can show a Christian meme to an Oxford-educated atheist academic and cause his entire worldview to come crashing down around his ears? Memes influence the "broad spectrum" of human choice but they are powerless against strongholds. So these strongholds are themselves like fortresses in the grand spiritual war. Culture, we are told, is just the product of "blind, unguided social evolution." (Ironically, we are mostly told this by atheistic Oxford-educated academics.) But is it? What if we have been captured in a spiritual war and we have been "spiritually drugged" into a stupor of materialism? Spiritual prisoners-of-war. What if Jesus wasn't exaggerating or speaking figuratively when he said, "Truly I tell you, if you have faith and do not doubt, not only can you do what was done to the fig tree, but also you can say to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and it will be done"? How important would it be for our captors to make sure we don't wake up and remember who we truly are? The Gospel is the deepest and most profound form of spiritual warfare of all. That's the whole point. It was always a spiritual war, all along.
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    Yesterday, 01:54 PM
    I know nothing about Drake as a person. In his heart, he might be the biggest demon or the greatest saint, only God knows that. So I'm not sharing this music video to focus on Drake in respect to the philanthropy shown in this video. Instead, I want to focus on a larger pattern/symbolism: The story told in the music video is that nearly $1M had been budgeted by the studio for the production of this video but, instead of producing a standard music-video, Drake chose to give the money away and produce a shoestring budget video about those acts of philanthropy instead. This story is a portrait-in-miniature of the Kingdom of God -- "How can anyone enter a strong man’s house and carry off his possessions unless he first ties up the strong man? Then he can plunder his house." (Matthew 12:29) The strong man being plundered is Satan (see context), and this is the pattern on which the Kingdom itself operates. The wicked themselves live off of the proceeds of plunder, so God plunders them to reward the righteous -- he permits them to build vast wealth and public works to feed and sustain themselves, then he seizes everything they have built and gives it to the righteous. The key distinction between the grand arch of God's Plan and, say, the portrait-in-miniature painted in Drake's video, is that the Kingdom is not based on limited information or the skewed judgments of man -- it is based on the omniscience and infinite wisdom of God. This message is important to understand because the so-called "elites" get so much attention for their "audacity" and we're all supposed to be terrified of them, as though they have some kind of power-in-themselves. They have no power in themselves, they have no secrets -- not a single one! -- and everything they are building under the delusion that they have power in themselves and they can keep things secret from God himself is being built by the divine appointment of God himself in order to be seized and given to the righteous.
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    10-22-2021, 10:43 AM
    ClaytonB replied to a thread freemasonry in U.S. Political News
    Part of the problem here is that there are no completely "clean" or completely "dirty" organizations. The Vatican is corrupt, to be sure, but the church of Rome (which it has captured and controls) is indeed Christian and there are many faithful followers of Jesus within that church. So it's an oversimplification to say "the Vatican is evil" (meaning "the Roman Catholic church is evil"). Corrupt? Yes. Infiltrated? Obviously. But pure evil (no good guys within)? No, it's not pure evil. Similar observations can be made in regard to all these various organizations, even the secret societies. God does indeed work in secret ways, but the key to understanding God's secret work is that he only uses secrecy against those who are themselves using secrecy as a weapon for evil. So you can be sure that all these secret societies are infiltrated by what I guess we're calling "white-hats" nowadays -- good guys. And yes, that includes the grand-daddy of all modern secret societies, the Jesuit order. And if you go back to the New Testament, it becomes clear why the name of Jesus is the razor that cuts between the good and the evil. Many organizations that appear to be "completely evil" are, in fact, infiltrated by the good guys, and so the final test of who is truly good and who is evil is whether they will submit to the lordship of Jesus: "No one can say, 'Jesus is Lord,' except by the Holy Spirit." (1 Cor. 12:13b) This is why the process of testing the spirits must be applied to these organizations in order to thresh out the good from the bad: So, if you wanted to thresh out the Freemasons, the procedure would be to line them up, one by one, and challenge them to say with their own lips the phrase: "Jesus is Lord, and he came in the flesh." Some will freely acknowledge it, but there will be some that not only will not but cannot. These are the hidden children of Lucifer, and they are scattered everywhere throughout all of these human organizations. They are the ultimate, distributed, peer-to-peer network / sleeper cell, a malignant spiritual cancer that has woven itself into the heart-nerves of the global body in order to make itself inextricable by surgical means. Only the weapons of spiritual warfare can defeat this enemy. He has made himself absolutely immune to human weapons and human methods of warfare. Anyone who thinks taking on Lucifer is a click-of-the-heels is deluded. Every war ever fought in history, added together, will be but a firecracker compared to the coming global conflagration...
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    10-22-2021, 08:21 AM
    China forces removal of Bible and Quran apps - Apple removes religious apps from App Store in China after complaints from officials
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    10-20-2021, 05:09 PM
    Richard Levine isn't a female. Why? Because 2+2=4.
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    10-20-2021, 03:10 PM
    Their true nature always comes out eventually...
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    10-20-2021, 02:47 PM
    Jesus is God's Amnesty Program With some of the recent notable deaths of neoCONs, it's worth reflecting on the fate of those who are "powerful" in this world. Of course, they're not really that powerful... like beasts, they all die. Real power is God's power, which is power even over death itself. And no one but God has that power. The neoCONs seem to be responsible for a lot of the war-mongering of the last few decades. Countless deaths of innocents have resulted from these wars of aggression. It's easy to say, "Yep, and they're all going to burn in hell", but we must defer to the power and wisdom of God -- God is more powerful than we understand. This applies equally to those with political power or wealth (or both).
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