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    04-17-2021, 11:50 AM
    The Geneticists' Manifesto -- published in 1939 Of the six social changes listed in this Manifesto, 100% of them have been completely or almost completely implemented. No political party has ever been organized in resistance of these changes. There is no public discussion in television, newsprint or anywhere else except in fringe communities like RPF with relatively low membership / circulation. The eugenics agenda did not end in the US, in fact, it is bigger than ever. For reference here are the six changes: 1. "Economic and social conditions which provide approximately equal opportunities for all members of society instead of stratifying them from birth into classes with widely different privileges." Note that the motivation is not moral, rather, it is to create a"valid basis for estimating and comparing the intrinsic worth of different individuals." 2. "Removal of race prejudices and of the unscientific doctrine that good or bad genes are the monopoly of particular peoples or of persons with features of a given kind." Once again, this is not motivated by moral considerations, rather, it is because these prejudices are a "hindrance to genetic improvement" by reducing the genetic variation of human reproduction.
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    04-17-2021, 10:26 AM
    Well, my quote above is taken a bit out-of-context and wasn't referring to Swordsmyth or anyone on a forum who is expressing their own views (whether they are correct or incorrect). I think that the really difficult social problems like incest illustrate the whole problem with the State. We are trying to use human laws to solve spiritual problems that are simply impervious to simplistic, one-size-fits-all human laws, which are the only kind of laws we can really make via government. When God created Adam in the Garden, Adam answered to no man, only to God. And Eve also answered to no one but God (see Gen. 3), even though Adam was the spiritual head of the earthly creation, and the first marriage. And so we see in this the true pattern by which God has made people. For one man (or woman) to bow down to another man is an abomination, and a corruption of the image of God within man: The corruption of the Edenic order is the only reason that the State can exist at all. Its sheer existence is a slap in God's face, just as much as the reasons that God has permitted it to exist (in order to suppress other, worse abominations through threats, violence and warfare). And the State is not even redeemable, it will be utterly destroyed at the end of the Age, along with all other abominations:
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    04-15-2021, 11:23 PM
    I'll leave the lawyering to the lawyers and the politicking to the politicians, but I'll note that there are some white-hats out there. After a Gmail leak (that I hadn't read about because I generally avoid the news), I had someone log a random Uber ride somewhere in Canada and they used my Gmail address as the address to create the account for that ride. I had a meltdown that someone must have uncovered my password so I went and checked the website listing all accounts leaked and mine was in the list. So I changed my Gmail password. I went back and reviewed that email and nothing about it made sense -- someone created an Uber account using my Gmail, took a 5 mile ride, but never logged into my account (you can see all logins in the Gmail control panel). So I think this was a white-hat that just wanted to get my attention to change my password since I was in the list. A very kind thing of them to do, by the way. Another more "intrusive" white-hat hack was by Ryan Castellucci who was sifting through addresses on the Bitcoin blockchain to see if anyone of them had a weak password that could be cracked. Using a custom password-cracker, he was actually able to hack several addresses. Most of them had decimal dust so it didn't matter. However, he hit on one address that had tens of thousands of dollars of Bitcoin (back when this occurred, it would be many millions now). He realized that this poor guy could lose all his money but he had no way to contact him. Instead, he sent a small spend transaction from the address (spent a tiny amount of his Bitcoin), then sent another transaction to put that exact same amount back into the Bitcoin address he had hacked. Surprisingly, that didn't get the guy's attention even after several days, so he kept trying to find him, and eventually did get in contact with him, because he was a miner:
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    04-15-2021, 11:28 AM
    ‘They Can Take Our Facility, But We’ll Just Find Another One’: Pastor Coates Leads GraceLife Church From Secret Location Jail is not a death-sentence. Of course, this world order is designed to make your life as difficult as possible if you have even the most minor infraction on your record. But don't give in to the bullying out of fear of these inconveniences. God sends his angels to protect us in ways that defy human comprehension. "I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world." (John 16:33) "... The one who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world." (1 John 4:4)
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    04-15-2021, 11:19 AM
    The (real) doctor nailed it: when the truth is this bad, you don't need to be harsh or embellish it or whip it up or make it sound worse than it is... all you have to do is just tell it.
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    04-14-2021, 09:44 PM
    Took me a minute... :tears: :tears: :tears:
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    04-14-2021, 11:31 AM
    Those who do not believe in the unseen realm simply cannot imagine, that goes for both good and evil. It is inaccessible to materialists.
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    04-14-2021, 11:18 AM
    It's like that Eurythmics song "Some of them want abuse you, some of them want to be abused..." I think of the State and those who devote all their energy to State-maximalism as some kind of gigantic, public BDSM orgy. Some people get off on smashing people over the head with a baton. Other people get off on being smashed over the head with a baton. Let them eat each other, I guess. But there is another, much more vicious breed of tormentor. These you will only find in the robes of the clergy, and their specialty is empathic feeding on the psychological and spiritual torment of others. They never touch their victims physically but leave them in more agony than the most unrecognizable inmate in a Russian gulag. And they do so "with the approval of their own conscience", meaning, they have talked themselves into believing that torturing people is somehow saving them. This is a level of darkness that the most vicious dogs in the State and its intelligence agencies have never even dreamed of.
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    04-14-2021, 08:56 AM
    Yep...
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    04-14-2021, 08:52 AM
    And laughter. Mainly laughing at the prognostications of the chief boffin...
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    04-13-2021, 11:21 PM
    I love this channel. This is easily the most redneck thing I have ever seen:
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    04-13-2021, 10:17 PM
    :bigpoo:
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    04-13-2021, 02:40 PM
    NY Post: Fauci ‘not sure’ why Texas doesn’t have COVID uptick after nixing masks Isn't it amazing how this virus only seems to attack blue states... :rolleyes:
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    04-13-2021, 10:44 AM
    Well, I'm no fan of Dick Morris, he's Swamp-incarnate. What I have learned from actual interaction with legal immigrants is that many of them are the staunchest supporters of border-control... they went through all the hard work of doing it the right way and they'll be damned if somebody else just walks across the border. Don't let the Democrats control the narrative!
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    04-13-2021, 10:40 AM
    I get what you're saying and I have no objection to the idea that we all have preferences and these preferences are, in some sense, inexplicable. I extensively volunteered in a homeless shelter a while back and I discovered that there were certain kinds of homeless that I can get along with, and there are other kinds that I just can't get along with. It's not race, gender, age or any other superficial attribute... there are just certain people I can't hang out with. But I think it's a mistake to try to reason from the world-as-we-know-it to the world-as-it-will-be. The coming world will be different in ways that can't necessarily be put into words. And I don't want to encourage any preconceptions -- I don't believe that the Kingdom will be a "glowing light-dimension," either, as the gnostics insist. You've heard the saying, "the fly that ruins the ointment." That one guy that interrupts a heart-felt conversation at just the wrong moment. That car-alarm that goes off just as the song was getting to the best groove. And so on. This world is chock full of such flies, and the Kingdom will have no flies that ruin the ointment. That's pretty hard to imagine, when you really think about it. So, while I understand the inexplicable preferences you are talking about, at the same time, the Kingdom will be devoid of the nuisances that are what really formed those preferences within us to begin with. I hope that makes sense.
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    04-13-2021, 10:00 AM
    Not in the coming Kingdom. "For we were all baptized by one Spirit so as to form one body—whether Jews or Gentiles, slave or free—and we were all given the one Spirit to drink." (1 Corinthians 12:13) God did not create the hostility of the races, that is a feature of this fallen world. So we will be united in harmony. This is the true inclusiveness/diversity based on the image of God within us, as opposed to the counterfeit "diversity" of this world order, where everyone is welcome, only so long as they support the narrative. The races are not the same, biologically, but then, neither are any two humans (even identical twins are biologically distinct, only their DNA is the same). So these differences, although real, are irrelevant, and it is absolutely possible for everyone to "all live kum-ba-ya" together. That is exactly what the peace is that is promised in the world to come -- no more strife, division, etc. False "divserity" is easy to recognize because it requires people to deny facts and confound reason. True diversity acknowledges differences and eliminates hostility and division. In the limit, this is only possible through the work of God, and so every earthly kingdom will fail to achieve inclusiveness and true diversity.
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