Tim, you know the problem is overpopulation. Talking about that is taboo. It is said America creates a lot of carbon. The most per person in the world. So, why are people wanting to bring millions more into to our country if they care about lowering the carbon? The hypocrisy is never ending.
Mike, I’m not sure but is this what you are…[Read more]
@MikeYohe said, “Are you going to set there and tell me”.
The grammar doesn’t work either.
1. *clique. (But “You people are all alike,” and linking I guess to a photo of Nazis?? … is actually pretty cliche … which is why I’m mentioning it.)
2. I’m curious. Do you believe that we breathe oxygen? That the earth is round and orbits the sun? That plants use energy from the sun in a process called photosynthesis?
@MikeYohe Again, it seems to me that you do not want to read what it says, because in this type of warmer weather and rising sea levels, humans will not thrive. In fact, people are currently dying from extreme heat and we aren’t just talking about a few days, but many days of extreme heat. I can also tell you didn’t read any of the links I…[Read more]
@MikeYohe It has nothing to do with the end of the earth and there is no precise date of no return, but rather temperature and polar ice cap melting. The earth will go on, but humans nor any other species will be able to live on the planet. It does have everything to do with rise in temperature and the melting of the polar ice caps. Increased…[Read more]
@MikeYohe You are in denial. The predictions are coming true, but the thing is, what you are calling predictions is not what the scientists are talking about. They aren’t saying that cities will suddenly be under water, but they are saying that more extreme weather is and will continue to happen and eventually, with the ice melt, water levels…[Read more]
@MikeYohe said, “Mriana, all our major coastal cities have been under water for years now. And we have less than twelve years before the world ends. According to consensual science and reports from fake news. Tell me were the Alarmist wrong. Are our coastal cities not under water? Have nations not been submerged by the oceans? Just on the face of…[Read more]
Tee Bryan Peneguy replied to the topic What the world thinks about our infatuation with Donald Trump in the forum Politics and Social Issues 2 months, 1 week ago
When dealing with the public, you got to keep it simple.
This is true. Unfortunately, a lot of issues are really complex to solve, and the Democrats have a problem because solutions don’t fit well on bumper stickers.
And Trump doesn’t just simplify things. He communicates and interprets them falsely.
TEE, I understand your point. It seems like a couple times a week now that we have some new direction in the witch hunt by the Fake News. And Fox News has some fun with these Fake News outlets.
No, you don’t understand.
You don’t even understand the context of this video. It wasn’t a joke,…[Read more]
Tee – This right here is the thing that baffles me the most.
It baffles a lot of people. What you are dealing with is the Caste. If you understand how the caste system works with civilizations it may become a lot clearer to you. I did not answer you post #309129 because I don’t think you have a logical understanding of how the Caste system wor…
This is a waste of time, but…
Tee, love your chart.
I’m not sure if you mean this sarcastically or seriously. It isn’t “my” chart. It is the QAnon conspiracy’s chart. And it is utterly insane.
Sorry that is not the case. I have researched how the government control of the news was started and grown over the decades.
I have BEEN a…[Read more]
Take the items that are required for a good civilization. After 10,000 years of civilizations we know what is needed for the human civilization to prosper. And we know what happens when the items for a good civilization are not followed.
So … all the nations and cultures of the earth should be united as one civilization? And it’s…[Read more]
Are all these people simply ignorant, silly libtards? Or did the media literally invent this from whole cloth?
More than 300 former national security officials have come out in support of an impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump, arguing the President’s actions in regard…
Here’s the thing that cracks me up about you folks:
You find it unbelievable that a totalitarian regime expects a certain, limited group of media outlets to reinforce a certain point of view …
…and yet you find it believable that there IS a conspiracy between tens of thousands of journalists and news outlets in the free nations of…[Read more]
In addition to the piece I posted above, which explains why that study on Facebook and bias was bogus, I wanted to call out:
As for elections, when they’re rigged what good are they?
Bias caused by social media isn’t a “rigged election.” A rigged election is something else entirely. You know that, right?
Some professor working on the effects of analog programs of Facebook says bias of Facebook’s programming was able to cause Facebook alone to get Hillary Clinton 3 to 5M votes by controlling what Facebook users were able to view. I didn’t follow up on the story, have you heard anything like that going on?
Here is a follow-up on tha…[Read more]
There is no right pathway. There were multiple sects from the start. Of course Paul didn’t know Jesus, according to his own account. It was Augustine who brought those letters to the forefront.
That means Mr. Wilson was correct. Of course none of my friends or family will believe Paul never met Jesus.
Dude NO ONE EVER claimed Paul met Jesus
That is the point of the story
Paul had a VISION of the risen Christ AFTER the CRUCIFIXION
That was the WHOLE IDEA
What did you think of Mr. Wilson’s idea that Paul never meet Jesus.
Mike: This wasn’t “Mr Wilson’s idea.”
NO ONE ever claimed Paul knew Jesus.
Paul’s conversion (his vision of the risen Christ on the Road to Damascus) happened AFTER THE CRUCIFIXION.
@MikeYohe lol I don’t think The Church of God or the Free Methodist (FM) is 1200 years old. In fact, I know they are not. They developed out of the divisions that occured after the reformation. In fact, I can give you a bit of a timeline as to when The Church of God Anderson Indiana began. Like the FM church it’s roots are in Wesleyanism, but…[Read more]
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