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    Today, 10:42 AM
    The Alternatives We’re Denied https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2021/05/15/the-alternatives-were-denied/ By eric - May 15, 2021 If electric cars are the ducks guts – the better alternative – then why is the government doing everything it can – shy of actual bayonets in the back – to deny us the freedom to choose? Obviously, the worry is we might choose something else – if the government were to allow us to do so.
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    Today, 10:38 AM
    +rep for informative and concise video info. Always have been in favor of locally grown and raised foodstuffs. This is yet another reason why.
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    Today, 07:17 AM
    The fact that Marxist revolutionaries have infiltrated the upper brass of the military in this country is shocking...the fact no one seems upset about it, is even more shocking.
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    Yesterday, 06:35 PM
    Oh holy shit! Me Likey!!!
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    Yesterday, 06:26 PM
    phill4paul Do we like this...? My jury is out.
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    Yesterday, 02:48 PM
    The dogs are smelling whatever it is that people who are getting sick are infected with.
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    Yesterday, 11:50 AM
    A Virus that Divided Americans, Get Off My Lawn 1774 https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/05/15/exclusive-odonnell-a-virus-that-divided-americans-get-off-my-lawn-1774/ Patrick K. O'Donnell 15 May 2021 Over 246 years ago, an invisible enemy descended on the town of Marblehead, Massachusetts. A virus divided the town politically and had a profound impact on the Revolutionary War that followed shortly after. The scourge of the smallpox virus had arrived in Marblehead on June 1, 1773, brought by the townís fishermen. Those infected with the variola virus, known as smallpox, undergo several stages: high fever, rashes, and pustules that form like peas under the skin. The affected are highly contagious and often physically deformed. The Selectmen of Marblehead first attempted to contain the illness by quarantine.
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    Yesterday, 11:39 AM
    2-A) BY Dr. Fauci. Or at least by people he was in part funding and directing. I still maintain that this was all just a dry-run, to see how well the global planners could keep a lid on plague infested world. To see whether they could maintain control long enough for the half million or so of them to emerge from the other side alive, with the 8 billion or so of us dead from a real pandemic viral attack. COVID 19 had a survival rate of roughly 98.5% across the board. COVID 20 will have a morbidity rate of 98.5% across the board.
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    Yesterday, 11:30 AM
    That's not outside the realm of possibility at all...not the first time either.
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    Yesterday, 11:23 AM
    I, for one, welcome our new Slavic-Sino Overlords.
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    Yesterday, 11:07 AM
    This belongs here.
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    Yesterday, 11:03 AM
    Well...it's better than nothing. Employers will balance the risk of lost productivity from potential outbreaks to the risk of vaccine adverse reactions. I think to convince employers against vaccine mandates is to point out alternatives. For example there are COVID test kits that can attach to your cellphone and give you results in minutes. https://www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info-2021/at-home-covid-tests.html There are also COVID sniffing dogs. https://phys.org/news/2021-04-accuracy-dogs-coronavirus.html If you can show you aren't infected, it shouldn't matter that you aren't vaccinated. If you are infected you need to be home anyway.
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    Yesterday, 10:45 AM
    ^This. It's funny that some years ago I was at a conference that was supposed to be comemorating the history of a black hospital in Nashville that existed back during segregation, and lasted a few decades after desegregation but ultimately closed. But it became a political farce. One of the presenters was talking about the very real problem of racial bias in medicine. Apparently studies show that doctors are less likely to prescribe powerful pain medication to blacks than to whites assuming falsely that blacks have a higher pain tollerance. During the question and answer session I asked "Aren't these powerful pain medications the main reason why whites, as opposed to blacks, are suffering from the opiod crisis?" He was like "Yes that's true. But it's still racist." Well....if the racism HELPS me...is it bad? Right now some people are saying that blacks should be prioritized to receive the vaccine. That sounds more like blacks being prioritized as guinea pigs rather than "reverse racism." But that's just me.
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    Yesterday, 10:39 AM
    This belongs here. On my favorite sci-fi TV show of all time, Babylon 5 (though The Expanse might overtake that), there is an episode where Mr. Girabaldi is restoring an old motorcyle. He has problems finishing the project because he can't find parts or fuel. Lennier, one of the aliens on the show, finds out that the last gasoline powered motorcycle was built in 2035 and that the motorcyle was a sign of masculinity and "sexual prowess." Lennier later takes it upon himself to finish the project for Girabaldi with using a clean energy source. Girabaldi is pissed at first, but then enjoys the experience and he and Lennier ride around the space station.
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    Yesterday, 10:20 AM
    Basically a Sybian seat? LOL.
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    Yesterday, 10:15 AM
    Yes. We know we're being lied to. But what exactly is that lie? That's the problem the 9/11 Truth movement faced. All every faction in that movement ever agreed on is that it could have actually been prevented and that we were lied to by the government. Beyond that there was the no plane theory, the "missile / drone" theory (with or without a plane), the thermite theory, remote control plane theory, controlled opposition "patsy" theory, LIHOP vs MIHOP etc. These theories were not mutually exclusive (I subscribe to several of them) but some conflicted with each other. The strength of the 9/11 Truth movement is this. We were (all) certain that none of the government response was justified. The wars were not justified. The police state was not justified. There was no ongoing threat. Even the "blowback" theory put forward in public by Ron Paul and Michael Schuerer embraced the idea that the wars and police state were not justified. When it comes to the pandemic, the difference in the views also leads to a difference in responses. There is the "there is no virus" view. Maybe the illness comes from 5G. I don't think that makes sense. People get sick...and then either die or get better. Some sort of radiation poisoning just gets progressively worse. Then there is "It's just the flu." Maybe. I do think it is an altered coronavirus though. Coronaviruses are not new. They cause colds. This one was altered IMO to be lethal. Some accept the "It really came from the wild" theory but reject all mitigation measures including masks, vaccines, lockdowns and travel restrictions. I wore masks back when the CDC said not to. (Call me a rebel....and something of a bootlegger as I was going through the back roads of Tennessee finding masks to re-sell and ordering them from China when they were not available in stores). I think Iceland and Taiwan did pretty good without lockdowns, though both did restrict international travel and Taiwan masked up. (It doesn't seem like Iceland masked up). These days I'm kind of ambivalent about masks. I wear them sometimes. Sometimes I don't. I don't argue if someone says put one on. What the coronavirus truth movement seems united on is that mandates, whether they are lockdowns or mask mandates or vaccine mandates, are wrong. So what do we do? Sure. Fighting is great. But how? A call to action, without a plan, just leads to frustration. Though I no longer listen to Alex Jones, I do like the idea of an "information war." What information needs to get out? IMO this is key. 1) Dr. Fauci can't be trusted. It's not just Dr. Fauci, but he is the focal point, the "point person" the "kindly grandfather type" 2) The virus is most likely man made.
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    Yesterday, 03:12 AM
    You know they've already been talking about how this might require "booster" vaccination right? Actually it's the vaccine makers pushing this. Real scientist question the need. But guess which "scientists" will be deemed the "real scientists" and which will be deemed quacks? https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/top-scientists-question-need-covid-19-booster-shots-2021-05-13/
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    Yesterday, 01:08 AM
    Well, since the last thing they were pushing were double and triple masks, maybe you need double and triple "vaccines"?
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    Yesterday, 01:07 AM
    https://www.change.org/p/we-the-people-of-new-york-state-no-to-the-new-york-state-excelsior-vaccine-pass Signed.
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    Yesterday, 12:18 AM
    When I lived in the Keys, jeez, 40 years ago now, Key West was still something of an oddity, a rare place of tacky tourism, pirates, scofflaws, weirdos of all stripes, sailors, fishermen and retirees. "The Newly Wed, the Nearly Dead and the Underfed." Police state AmeriKa had not come to the Keys yet. I can recall one night, drinking in the Key Colony Beach Marina, and a fellow named Clancy decided he was going to target practice on the day shapes in the channel from the deck. KCB had one cop...Clem, who arrived and talked down a belligerent drunk with a 1911 .45, took him to the drunk tank to sleep it off and let him go the next day. Last time I was there, it's all gone, nothing but fucking Disneyworld south.
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    Yesterday, 12:07 AM
    I know you do Pete, but my life experience has taught me otherwise. Bottom line, in a free society, it should not matter, we should be able to live amongst a community of our choice.
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    05-14-2021, 07:37 PM
    The Army is going woker. 1392367395906498560 https://twitter.com/i/status/1392367395906498560
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    05-14-2021, 07:25 PM
    Political and ethnic diversity can devolve into war and genocide overnight: The Balkans, Rwanda, Uganda, Rhodesia, South Africa come to mind off the top of my head. A homogeneous society comprised of people prone to violence and crime may not be "diverse" but it is no place you'd want to live.
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    05-14-2021, 07:06 PM
    That is precisely what it means. It is the literal "textbook" definition of it: Multiculturalism, the view that cultures, races, and ethnicities, particularly those of minority groups, deserve special acknowledgment of their differences within a dominant political culture. That acknowledgment can take the forms of recognition of contributions to the cultural life of the political community as a whole, a demand for special protection under the law for certain cultural groups, or autonomous rights of governance for certain cultures. Multiculturalism is both a response to the fact of cultural pluralism in modern democracies and a way of compensating cultural groups for past exclusion, discrimination, and oppression. Most modern democracies comprise members with diverse cultural viewpoints, practices, and contributions. Many minority cultural groups have experienced exclusion or the denigration of their contributions and identities in the past. Multiculturalism seeks the inclusion of the views and contributions of diverse members of society while maintaining respect for their differences and withholding the demand for their assimilation into the dominant culture.
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    I remember that, and I remember that you made new accounts and came back to CFC a few times.
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    music director at the Catholic Church I went to removed all references to God as he and used gender neutral terms instead. Two priest did nothing about it. In the Orthodox Churches that I've gone to not just the priest and bishops would not have put up with that, but neither would the congregation. The reason the Orthodox is Orthodox world wide despite separation by land, language and nationalities is that the congregation wants to be Orthodox.

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    I found there is less of a tendency for people to ask favors in prayer and more to accept God's will and his mercies.

    From my understanding, the roots of the schism go back to Augustine. He was a Latin speaking lawyer who didn’t read the Greek of the Desert Fathers. Luther and many other reformers were heavily influenced by his writings as well as Thomas Aquinas.

    Also when refering to the teachings of The Church, Catholics tend to see them as coming from the Pope and Cardinals. The Orthodox see The Church as a consensus of everyone from the Fathers to all the Orthodox today led by the Holy Spirit of course. One thing that led me away from the RCC was the
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    2 Peter 1:1-11 is our view of Salvation. Yes we are predestined and were are also told to make every effort to confirm our election, so I see it as a mix of Calvinism and RCC. After the schism the Western Churches got hung up on different on bits and pieces of scripture and couldn’t focus on the whole of it. Hell’s Unicorn described Orthodoxy view on soteriology as “primitive.” I couldn’t argue with that. The icons are our family album. The Orthodox way of venerating them is no different than the way we greet each other at Church because we are made in His image. Sometimes I think Orthodox tend to argue too much like Catholics, IMO.

    I found there is less of a tendency for people to ask favors in prayer and more to accept God's will and his mercies.
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    Here's a quick rundown: This is my understanding of the differences between RCs and EOCs. The EOCís interpretations of scripture takes its roots from the Desert Fathers from the 1st few centuries. There is less of a legalistic and more mystical take. God is not narrowed down to judge, brother, creator etc. He is all that at once. John the Evangelist who reclined his head on Jesusí chest at the Last Supper, fell to his face in awe and worship in his vision in the Book of Revelation.

    Fasting and works are not to fulfil a penance, it is to be closer to God (Actually your questioning about fasting led me to Orthodoxy from the RCC) My understanding of salvation is that I am saved, and my works are to unite me with God-- more to bend my will towards God's.
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    Sola was the first to point out that he was definitely not an antinomianism. It's funny. It still took me a year to get that in my head. Erowe1 gave the best description of FA. I disagreed only on a technicality. That's when I dropped out of the arguments.
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    I was an atheist, then RC, and now EOC. The discussions here helped lead me to the EOC. My first intro to Faith Alone was fellow Marines who had sex with anything and said they were save by FA. That's how I argued it. I think what finally got to me was when some RCs were trying to say the good thief was saved by an act of faith because they didn't want to say he was saved by faith. It wasgrace through faith, and that would have saved me hundred of argumentative posts.
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    I wasn't calling the reformed position dumb, I was saying you were acting like a dumbass.
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