Quote# 124571

Antichrist Obama is not dead yet

Furious about national security adviser Michael Flynn’s resignation, Alex Jones posted a video commentary this morning warning about the threats President Trump is facing from what Jones described as a demonic conspiracy out to destroy him.


Among the plotters, according to Jones, is Barack Obama, whom he accused of living in a “bunker” in Washington, D.C., where Jones believes he is personally directing and “recruiting with [George] Soros an army for a Bolshevik-style revolution.”

He warned that the Foreign Policy article is a sign that globalists are getting ready to “execute really horrible devastation: starting huge wars, setting a nuke off in D.C., anything, talking about ‘time to kill Trump.’”

“There was a coup over America under globalism by stealth, there was a counter-coup with Trump, and they’re launching a counter-counter-coup right now,” Jones said. He added that Trump is trying to “empower humanity” and bring down the demonic systems that secretly run the world.


Alex Jones, Right Wing Watch 14 Comments [2/16/2017 3:31:09 PM]
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Quote# 86362

Cardinal Timothy Dolan ramped up the battle with the White House today, blasting the government for a controversial new regulation that would require providing free contraceptive services to workers of religious institutions.

“Don’t impose your teaching upon us and make us do as a church what we find unconscionable to do!” the freshly minted prince of the church told a roaring crowd of 1,000 at Holy Trinity Diocesan HS in Hicksville.
In a blistering attack interlaced with humor, Dolan never mentioned President Obama by name — only his policies.

But he did bring up President Lyndon B. Johnson.
“President Johnson said, ‘As an American I look to the church — I look to religion as a beehive. If you leave them alone they’re going to give you tons of their honey. But if you stick your head in there, you’re going to get stung bad.’”
Washington softened its stance on the prickly issue last month, saying that insurers would foot the bill, not the Church’s schools, hospitals or clinics.

But on his blog, Dolan, who was elevated to cardinal on Feb. 18, said that he and the bishops, “are still as worried as ever.”

He told the crowd of church leaders that the battle over the US Health and Human Services regulation is bigger than contraception.

“It is a freedom of religion battle,” Dolan said. “We are talking about an unwarranted, unprecedented radical intrusion into the interior life of integrity of a church’s ability to teach, serve and sanctify in its own.”
Dolan, the president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops and de facto leader of the American Catholic Church, didn’t shy away from his leadership role, nor from controversy.

“I suppose we could say there might be some doctor who would say to a man who is suffering some sort of sexual dysfunction, ‘You ought to start visiting a prostitute to help you, and I will write you a prescription, and I hope the government will pay for it.

“We live in an era that seems to discover new rights every day and then expects government and culture and society to pay for it. The church emphasizes responsibility more than rights.”


Cardinal Timothy Dolan, New York Post 73 Comments [3/11/2012 3:58:35 AM]
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Quote# 15356

More MALES needed.

I feel there needs to be

more of a MALE influence here,

as (imo) WOMEN SHOULDN'T TEACH MEN.

ronmatheson, Christian Forums 41 Comments [9/26/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 2642

[On the <a href="http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/02/27/MNGSK59NGM1.DTL" target="_blank">American Anthropological Association's refutation</a> of Bush's belief that traditional marriage has always been the norm across all cultures.]

Anthropologists are not scientists.

Brennin, Christian Forums 21 Comments [8/14/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 12632

The Arab world is wildly irrational, either through willful adherence to a seventh-century religion and its lifestyle, or because of state control over their media. This is no surprise.

rharbers, Rapture Ready 27 Comments [6/28/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 118477

in response to this post where bill-11b says he would happily kill every last middle eastern person

[ If you're going to say you would 'spill every drop of middle eastern blood' then you gotta admit you would be killing perfectly innocent people. You do realize there are middle-eastern pregnant people, middle eastern children and middle eastern infants right? But I mean, those don't matter since they aren't AMERICAN children, infants, and fetuses to you I guess. Also the USA is the one exporting violence globally, y'all invade more countries than any other country on the planet. ]

Bill-11b: : I said that isn’t what I wanted, please learn to read.
2) I said that if it’s that or defeat, I choose that.
3) They’re not as important as American and western lives to me, no.
Do you think American soldiers saw Japanese or German civilians as just as important as American civilians?
We killed an ass load of German and Japanese civilians in the process of winning WW2, and it was precisely because we value ourselves over our enemy, just as they value themselves over us.

low-key-lyesmith: Why people don’t see that as a conflict, as it is. It’s not a matter of ‘killing innocent’. Our enemy is perfectly fine with killing innocent. Hell none of the targets in Europe were military personnel/structures. Sure we are the bigger person, and yes we should try to defend the innocent, but the life of the people I love to me is way more valuable to the life of people there. It’s brutal but it;s true. If for example bombing the shit out of entire city means my family and friends can go in the underground or on a plane without the fear of being blown, well bomb the shit out of it.

bill-11b:This is exactly my point, but they’re using willful ignorance to attempt to subvert what I’m saying.
We should try not to kill anyone we don’t have to, but if we’re forced into a corner, if the so called peaceful moderates refuse to fight off their own fundamentalists, and OUR safety is predicated on absolute and total destruction of anyone who isn’t us, then we should fucking do it.

Bill-11b,low-key-lyesmith, tumblr 8 Comments [4/25/2016 1:56:30 PM]
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Quote# 111795

For more than 40 years I have followed what the Bible says about food, rather than what the "experts" have said. When eggs were demonized way back in the 1980's I kept eating them almost daily because Jesus said that they are good food to give to children (see Luke 11:12-13). The Maker knows best because He made them (kids and butter--see John 1:1-3). Now eggs are back in the good books.

When butter was maligned and margarine was said to be healthy, I kept spreading the butter because Jesus ate butter (see Isaiah 7:14-15). He knows best because He made it (see John 1:1-3).

When vegetarians preached health through a meatless diet, I saw that Jesus said that the Prodigal's father celebrated his son's return with a meat barbeque (see Luke 15:23). And He didn't add a warning about the risk of hardened arteries.

The experts are now telling us,

"Traditionally people have been advised to reduce animal fats, but the biggest ever study has shown they do not increase the risk of stroke, heart disease or diabetes. However, trans fats, found in processed foods such as margarine, raise the risk of death by 34 per cent in less than a decade." http://nzh.tw/11495970

Jesus also said that salt is good (see Mark 9:50). In April 6, 2015, The Washington Post said "More scientists doubt that salt is as bad for you as the government says..."

The Bible: Humanity's ignored Instruction Guide for Life--here and hereafter.

Ray Comfort, Ray Comfort's Facebook page 24 Comments [8/15/2015 8:45:14 AM]
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Quote# 5505

Also, the bible states of humans living close to 1,000 years... if people did live close to 1,000 years, then these rare fossils you dig up of men that scientists ASSUME had the same lifespan as us and say they are millions of years old-someone living close to 1,000 years would have a massivly increased carbon level in there bones... and without the scientists considering this possibility, the date of millions of years put on these fossils could be massivly out.

nevermind, Totse.com Community 12 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 27279

Gay people are happy people. Gay people do not go around doing crap like that! Only homos and other assorted weirdos go around spreading their filth.

Wolfcounsel, FreeConervatives 23 Comments [7/17/2007 12:26:17 AM]
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Quote# 3471

I read the BoM and I have done research with genetics. The finding is valid. The BoM is false and Doc, you just are not going to see the truth until you remove those blinders the Mormons have given you.

Becky, Rapture Ready 2 Comments [7/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 9465

[On Brokeback Mountain]

i respect that the ovie was made, but to advertise for it is like advertising for anorexia.

Iron Will I am Bunker, Myspace 9 Comments [2/8/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 85818

Satan has his little helpers running around all over the place these days. These "occupiers" better be glad we follow Jesus and not that satanic Islam allah rock idol god or they would be chased out of town and the ones caught would have their heads cutoff. Obama is behind all of this. He wants his little Marxist riots to help him win office again. Who knows, might even be atheists on crack acting like fools.

Chris (Administrator for RR), RR 60 Comments [1/29/2012 9:42:46 AM]
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Quote# 4461

As for budda´s life? What he has given to God to save the his slaves whom he is cheat as if a women cheat his husband? Buddha tryed by wizdom and many kaind of docktrine to bay a place from heaven but the hell gates waiting and slaves follow buddha to the hell.

pekka puupaa, Christian Forums 19 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 29133

My third child (Alex), is 14 years old and lately I have begun to notice that his actions seem to be immoral. What im trying to say, is that me and my husband think our son is gay. Our belief that he is gay stems from something that happened two days ago. When our son was coming out of the bathroom from going number two, I noticed that he had an erection. I asked him why he had an erection (he knows what it is) and he said "i dont know, it always happens when I poop". He had an erection from the pleasure of having fecal waste come out of his rectum, the same as how a gay mans gets one from a penis being in his rectum.

Is my son gay? How do I fix this problem? Therapist? Homeschooling? I plan on making him go to church more now

dianarossfan79, Yahoo! Answers 77 Comments [9/19/2007 4:45:07 PM]
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Quote# 42800

the term atheist itself proves that there IS a God.

a + theos, denying god = atheism

there IS a God, you're simply denying His existance. How can you deny something that doesn't exist?! Something has to exist first before you can deny its existance!

ilovexocolate, Yahoo Answers 61 Comments [7/14/2008 7:06:46 AM]
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Quote# 2004

I think that most Christians either do not believe in demons or have no clue that they can possess someone. We are apparently more "enlightened" than the dark ages when such things were believed. We attribute these manifestations to only in movies or only in the mind of the tortured individual. In this way we sort of give more power to the demons than we should because of this huge mis-understanding.

nancyjean, Rapture Ready 1 Comments [1/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 37377

There is NO SUCH THING as an atheist. If you make an absolute statement that there is NO God, then you make the affirmation that you know all things and that you can actually prove this. This is like somebody making a statement that there is no gold in China. You would have to be everywhere at one time and know what is under every rock and in every area of the land, in every man’s home, inside of each person mouth etc. It would not be proveable! [sic] Don’t try to argue that you say there is no God because you cannot prove there is! You cannot make an absolute statement and try to rationalize it by using the negative argument. It does not hold up. At least admit that YOU DON’T KNOW and take your first step toward agnosticism. Only then will you become more rational and realize that having faith is something we all exhibit whether it be in God or anything else.

Stacey, Friendly Atheist 67 Comments [4/8/2008 3:40:33 AM]
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Quote# 64065

[video of Obama meeting the Pope]

The pope was not checking Obama's booty. He was looking for the tail.

Gigantosapiens, AOL News 29 Comments [7/22/2009 11:55:00 AM]
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Quote# 41879

When I was in 3rd grade. No one play with me cause I was new kid in the school. I'd just happen to look up towards the woods. I saw a big shadow. First I rub my eyes not just once but twice. Then Just making sure I'd look around at the other kids shadows to made sure. The big shadow was high has the woods. It's spoke to my heart and it said, "Don't be afraid. God sent me to comfort you and remind you that he's always be with you."
When I first stay it. My body from chest down was froze stiff and after I check my around.
Then I felt like my spirit left me to knee down that when the Angel said that stuff.

When I found out that my mom pray to God that night before to send angels comfort me. That was the icey on the cake.

I hope that would explained it.

LoneWolf1984, deviantART 69 Comments [6/27/2008 5:53:04 AM]
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Quote# 117582

Once again, nice things cannot be had due to annoying bigots. This time it’s the Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina. They held a charity gala on March 12, and at the last minute they told blues singer Kat Williams, who was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2012 for her Hands of Hope project, not to bother showing up. The reason: she’s married to a woman.

Kat has sung twice at the gala in past years, and somehow, miraculously, the world didn’t end. Imagine that! It is possible for lesbians to sing a few songs and raise money for a good cause. Amazing.

An anonymous source with the religious group said “Marriage can only be between one man and one woman. Because Ms Williams chooses to be in a relationship that’s different from that, it really makes it inappropriate for her to perform for us.”

Exactly what kind of performance were they worried she’d engage in? Did they think she was going to go up there and start making out with women? Also, what’s with this “chooses to be in a relationship” garbage? What, would they prefer a sham marriage with a man she doesn’t love?

Apparently church officials found out about her marriage from a 2013 article where she talked openly about her personal life, which she should do because she’s done nothing wrong or shameful.

Kat Williams, for her part, has responded quite gracefully. She’s asking fans to donate to equality groups and an AIDS nonprofit. And she invited one of the bigoted bishops to come visit her church so he can see what a loving religious community looks like. Good for her

Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina., Queerty 19 Comments [3/19/2016 6:08:47 AM]
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