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    Today, 01:38 PM
    She didn't use a gun. And even though they want to ban SUVs, they want people to stay under the impression that only guns can be used to cause mayhem. Of course when that antifa lady was run over at the Charlottesville protest that was covered non-stop so....I dunno. Edit: NVM. I see this in your article. The man’s motive was not immediately known. According to investigators, preliminary information suggests that drugs and alcohol could have played a role. He was just drunk and high? No racism as a motive? Yeah....M.A.D.D. was so 1990s.
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    Today, 01:35 PM
    Is it just me, or is Newsweek less biased that a lot of the MSM? They also published the gain of function story back in 2020. Note this story also cites a study on the effectiveness of hydroxycholoroquine. https://www.newsweek.com/how-americans-opinion-dr-anthony-fauci-has-changed-over-past-year-1596690 Don't listen to those maniacs. Everybody loves you," Jimmy Kimmel told Dr. Anthony Fauci on his ABC show May 5, shortly after mocking the Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson for criticizing colleges that mandate students get a coronavirus vaccine. Last week, singer Trisha Yearwood was so giddy over meeting Fauci she said she was tempted to have him autograph her vaccine card. Last year, actress Julia Roberts called Fauci her "personal hero." There's also a children's book set for release June 28 called Dr. Fauci: How a Boy From Brooklyn Became America's Doctor, and Disney's National Geographic is working on a presumably laudatory documentary about Fauci. More than a year into the pandemic, the list of trendsetters who have fawned over the chief medical adviser to the president goes on and on. But while Americans had mostly been on board with the praise, new polling data suggests their patience for lockdowns, social distancing and mask-wearing has worn thin, as has their confidence in Fauci, with 60 percent of Republicans, 41 percent of independents and 20 percent of Democrats saying their trust in him has decreased in the past year.
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    Today, 01:27 PM
    That's your dishonest definition. You are forcing the word "state" on something that doesn't require a state to exist. The Diggers of England are considered early precursors of anarco communists. No state required. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diggers https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarcho-communism#Early_precursors
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    Today, 01:25 PM
    I'm quite familiar with the fact that the gospel reached Africa and the oldest Christian church in the world is in Ethiopia. And I don't know many Christians who aren't familiar with the story of the Ethiopian eunuch. That said "capitalism" as we now know it didn't exist on a large scale until the 16th century. You can't have anti-capitalism without capitalism. A) That's a straw man argument. I never said there was anything anti-capitalist in Scripture. But the early Christian church was not capitalist. B) It's false to say "the organization of the church and the organization of the economy are two separate things." Going all the way back to Moses there were religious laws about economics, such as the fact that Jews could not charge Jews interest. By the way, modern capitalism cannot exist without interest. That's the point. Letting money work for you. Capitalism is more than just using money as a means of exchange or having a market. While you can't have capitalism without market forces, you can have market forces without capitalism. Feudalism predated capitalism in Europe but there were markets. LOL. Jesus kicked the money changers out of the temple so clearly ^that is not true. But more importantly, the same laws of Moses that you referenced at the beginning of your post laid out how the Lord wanted commerce to be done. So from the beginning of the Old Testament church, which predated Jesus by thousands of years, the church was about the organization of the economy.
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    Today, 12:58 PM
    1) Glad to see Fauci's book got pulled even if it's just temporary. 2) The Pentagon funded this research more than the NIH. And what does the Pentagon want to obtain? Why weapons of course.
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    Today, 12:43 PM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to CaptUSA again.
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    Today, 11:50 AM
    That's nice. What would you call the early Christian church? It most certainly was not capitalistic by any stretch of the imagination. Acts 4:32-35. 32 All the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of their possessions was their own, but they shared everything they had. 33 With great power the apostles continued to testify to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. And God’s grace was so powerfully at work in them all 34 that there were no needy persons among them. For from time to time those who owned land or houses sold them, brought the money from the sales 35 and put it at the apostles’ feet, and it was distributed to anyone who had need. You certainly cannot call ^that capitalism by any stretch of the imagination. If this was a state requiring people to sell all of their possessions and keep them in common it would be classic statist communism. Instead, this was done voluntarily. No, the people weren't forced to sell their possessions and let the church distribute to who had need. They chose to do it. When Ananias and Sapphira lied to Peter and claimed they had donated all when they had only donated a portion, this is what Peter told them: Acts 5:3-5 5 Now a man named Ananias, together with his wife Sapphira, also sold a piece of property. 2 With his wife’s full knowledge he kept back part of the money for himself, but brought the rest and put it at the apostles’ feet.
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    Today, 11:37 AM
    No. You are arguing through projection. You are doing exactly what you are falsely accusing me of doing. Someone can believe in communal living without wanting to force communal living on others. Or someone can with to do communal living through government force. Your "wall of text" doesn't change your dishonesty in this regard.
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    Today, 07:09 AM
    True. But the ocean is big. I just need a good solar powered yacht.
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    06-12-2021, 11:37 PM
    Dr. Truth Science - Part Of The Problem #744 On this episode of Part Of The Problem Dave and Robbie take a look at Anthony Fauci and his response to criticism from the public and media. We also take a look at the idea that America is synonymous with whiteness and racism, and how that is a very vague and unproven assertion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsvio4NMV_8
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    06-12-2021, 11:36 PM
    Shane Hazel - Part Of The Problem #743 On this episode of Part Of The Problem Dave Smith is Joined by politican and host of the Radical podcast, Shane Hazel! Shane Hazel ran for election to the U.S. Senate to represent Georgia. He lost in the general election on November 3, 2020. Hazel completed Ballotpedia's Candidate Connection survey in 2020. Click here to read the survey answers. Hazel was a 2018 Republican candidate who sought election to the U.S. House to represent the 7th Congressional District of Georgia. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-nC_SGDKS8
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    06-12-2021, 12:08 PM
    And steam. Don't forget steam. But yeah, that's the way it was designed.
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    06-12-2021, 12:07 PM
    Maybe that was after centuries of mixing with the other Japanese ethnic groups?
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    06-12-2021, 11:08 AM
    LOL. At least he didn't put the human in a whale zoo.
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    06-12-2021, 11:06 AM
    Ya know, if we would just spend less money blowing up roads and bridges in other countries they wouldn't be so eager for China to come in and build roads and bridges.
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    06-12-2021, 11:03 AM
    I went to an almost all white elementary school. I remember when a kid from India joined our first grade class. He was darker skinned then me, and I'm not light skinned, but with straight hair. That totally blew my 6 y/o mind. The truth is that India isn't homogenous the way Japan kind of is. But then there are the Ainu, the dark skinned wolly haired indigineous Japanese. So in reality a lot of countries have people of different ethnic groups that we just lump into one for convenience.
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    06-12-2021, 08:41 AM
    As distrubing as this is, I would consider this an example of what 69360 was saying with regards to scientists doing things for no other reason than to see if they can. Or I would even go a step further and say there was a potential benefit to the research. Staph is already a pathogen that kills people. Doing experiements on humanized mice with aborted fetal tissue grafted onto them to better understand how staph, an already existing pathogen, affects humans could lead to better ways to prevent and treat staph, again an already existing pathogen. Also from your link it sounds like human organs were being grown on the mice. There is a severe shortage of transplant organs. So there's another potential benefit. In fact, the more I think of it, this is the opposite of 69360's point in that it's not "doing things for no other reason except that they can" but rather "doing something unethical for a potential benefit to mankind." Dr. Mengela's research on hypothermia, where he put Jewish prisoners in freezing water bringing them to near death to see if he could revive them, is credited for saving many lives in the decades since it happened. Same thing. Unethical research done for a potential benefit.
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    06-12-2021, 08:31 AM
    Yeah...but 69360 would say that was "Just because they can." However the CIA has long looked at how to weaponize psychodelic drugs. So it wasn't a "just because they can" experiment.
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    06-12-2021, 08:28 AM
    Yeah.....but this is different. They were getting government grant money and sending that grant money to government researchers in other countries. To get that money you have to justify it. This isn't creating a mouse with an ear on its back (although that's actually useful). We did bioweapons research until that was banned. Since then we've continued to do bioweapons research, only we call it "defensive" bioweapons research. That kind of makes sense if you know the enemy has anthrax to make anthrax yourself to know how to defeat it. But it this case money was sent to our arch "enemy" to help the create a more deadly virus. No, the "scientists just being scientists" explanation makes no sense either. Also I see you ignored my pint about tear gas.
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    06-12-2021, 06:41 AM
    Why is that unlikely? U.S. government researches infected Guatamalen prisoners and military with siphylus. And you're making the mistake of conflating rogue elements in the government with the entire government. See: It is extremely unlikely that there was a secret joint session of congress where the president signed a secret bill and the SCOTUS secretly approved the action to develop a COVID virus as a bioweapon, but it's not extremely unlikely that government beuracrats did this to create a bioweapon. Again I'll ask you the question I have asked the "trust the science" crowd (not saying you're in that crowd), since I first learned of gain of function research last year. What possible motive could there be for doing gain of function research on a deadly virus other than to create a bioweapon? If you do research on how to increase the yield of a nuclear bomb, everyone understands that to be weapons research. Why is this any different?
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    06-12-2021, 06:19 AM
    Do you consider tear gas a chemical weapon? It's not supposed to be deadly at all. It has the exact effect that it's meant to have. If you have the goal of killing off all of humanity then no it's not a good bioweapon. If your goal is to be just deadly enough to scare the entire world into submission...then damn it's an awesome bioweapon! And what exaclty is the point of "gain of function" of a virus that can kill people except to be used as a weapon? I do not at all buy the "We need to create a more deadly virus so we can know how to fight it" argument. That makes no logical sense.
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    06-12-2021, 06:13 AM
    It depends on your goal for the use of the weapon. Seems to be pretty effective to me if your goal is a permanent communist world takevoer. See: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?554339-In-UK-a-communist-quot-scientist-quot-says-COVID-measures-should-remain-forever
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    06-12-2021, 05:31 AM
    And then he we went to Ninevah. :)
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    06-12-2021, 05:25 AM
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9672347/Social-distancing-stay-FOREVER-says-Communist-supporting-SAGE-Covid-scientist-Susan-Michie.html?ito=video_player_click Social distancing and wearing face masks should stay forever, a Communist-supporting SAGE scientist has claimed. Professor Susan Michie, of University College London, said she thinks the draconian restrictions should become part of people's every day routine. In a bizarre comparison, she said Britons never used to wear seat belts in cars or 'pick up dog poo in the park' but learned to over time. It comes as the country waits with bated breath to see if Boris Johnson will stick to his roadmap and launch 'Freedom Day' on June 21.
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    06-12-2021, 05:07 AM
    Why as in why would that lady say something so asinine. I've heard things that overtly violent from rabble on the street and I've heard people in accademia say nutty things (I had a tax professor in law school who said we needed government healthcare because "grandma needs to die" in order to save social security), but I haven't seen the two come together like this. Edit: Oh and the "official reason" Deberry was kicked out was for being pro life. But he had been pro life his entire 22 years in office. And what was done to him was actually a violation of the voting rights act, but he didn't file suit. He should have. Okay. Thank you for the explanation.
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    06-11-2021, 07:26 PM
    The YouTube is already down. I found this on Bitchute. Is it the same? mrSkpfzQ9lxu
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    06-11-2021, 04:51 PM
    I think she's Indian (as in east Indian, not Elizabeth Warren Indian).
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    06-11-2021, 04:51 PM
    Yeah....I'm trying to find a context that makes sense. Scratching my head.
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    06-11-2021, 04:07 PM
    Hmmm....interesting. Here is a question none of my "trust the science" friends can answer. Why is gain of function research okay?
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    06-11-2021, 03:38 PM
    Yeah. And these days it's best to voice/video verify.
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