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 Post subject: Why we should vote anti muslim and why terror??
PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 1:41 pm 
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Why Do Muslims Deploy the Tactic of Terror?

**Edited by Lefty due to plagerism.

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 Post subject: Re: Why we should vote anti muslim and why terror??
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Why Do Muslims Deploy the Tactic of Terror?

**Edited by Lefty due to plagerism.


That's an easy one Carey. Because George Bush says they do.

Any tougher questions?

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I've mentioned this in other posts, but anyway ...

Here are some questions.

Can we always believe Bush or Can we always believe our leaders?

Should we support our leaders when we "know" they are wrong?

Can we always believe the main stream media?

Do the the main stream media (conveniently) leave stuff out they should not?

Are there two sides to every story?

Can the people draw real and honest conclusions from a controlled media source?

Are Countries demonized by their attacker's media before before they are attacked?

Could A do something bad at home and blame it on B, C, D in order to make B, C, or D look bad?

Would a Government use propaganda on it's own people?

I could go on and on, but hopefully there is no need to do so.

The point is you are not supposed to think. Especially think critically.
Keep that in mind when reading / watching the main stream media.

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The point is you are not supposed to think. Especially think critically.

Keep that in mind when reading / watching the main stream media.


The problem is--there are too many people who follow that lead. Just watch the trolls as they continue to say the same thing over and over as though saying it enough will make it true.

It doesn't.

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 Post subject: Re: ahhh ...
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Sir-Irate wrote:
I've mentioned this in other posts, but anyway ...

Here are some questions.

Can we always believe Bush or Can we always believe our leaders?

Should we support our leaders when we "know" they are wrong?

Can we always believe the main stream media?

Do the the main stream media (conveniently) leave stuff out they should not?

Are there two sides to every story?

Can the people draw real and honest conclusions from a controlled media source?

Are Countries demonized by their attacker's media before before they are attacked?

Could A do something bad at home and blame it on B, C, D in order to make B, C, or D look bad?

Would a Government use propaganda on it's own people?

I could go on and on, but hopefully there is no need to do so.

The point is you are not supposed to think. Especially think critically.
Keep that in mind when reading / watching the main stream media.

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Good post.

This is especially true with some leaders like Clinton Stallin and Hitler.

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

Funny that you left out your hero, George W. Bush.

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 Post subject: Re: Why we should vote anti muslim and why terror??
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carey wrote:
Why Do Muslims Deploy the Tactic of Terror?

**Edited by Lefty due to plagerism.


christians havent?

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 Post subject: Re: Why we should vote anti muslim and why terror??
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Why Do Muslims Deploy the Tactic of Terror?

**Edited by Lefty due to plagerism.


christians havent?


If you are thinking of Ireland it is mainly Catholics not Christians.

If you are thinking of the crusades it was the Catholics not the Christians.

If this post had not had the facts deleted you would understand the context of the post.

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If this post had not had the facts deleted you would understand the context of the post.


Do you think nygreenguy can't read? I'm sure he has read the entire thread. Tell him WHY your post was edited, carey. You like to lie, don't you? A lie is a lie, regardless of how subtle you try to make the presentation of that lie. PLAGIARISM is against the law and the rules of this board, carey. And NO, nobody is going to help you pronounce the word.

As to whether or not Catholics are Christians, I suggest you do some reading and research. You can begin here:

http://home.nyc.rr.com/mysticalrose/christian.html

http://www.davidmacd.com/catholic/are_c ... istian.htm

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Oh SHIT! You are one of those people who actually believed when your retarded preacher told you that catholics weren't christians. Wow. I have clearly given you far more credit so far than you deserved.


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Oh SHIT! You are one of those people who actually believed when your retarded preacher told you that catholics weren't christians. Wow. I have clearly given you far more credit so far than you deserved.


Here I wi link some fats for you.

http://www.tzemach.org/articles/constan.htm

During the third century AD, the Roman empire began to experience decline due both to internal corruption and to external assault. Throughout this time, the Church was growing throughout the empire. Churches were established in every city. Local churches were under the authority of bishops. There were five main or regional centers of authority including: Rome, Ephesus, Antioch, Alexandria, and Carthage. Indeed, it appears that, to some degree, the Church became "a state within the state". During the reign of Decius (249-251) and Diocletian (284-305), general persecutions of the Church were implemented in an effort to destroy it. The opposite occurred. The Church grew in strength and resolve.

When Constantine became emperor, he reasoned that the Church could serve as the grassroots backbone for the crumbling empire. He therefore legalized Christianity and made it the official religion of the empire. The fortune of the Church was suddenly reversed. Church property was returned to the Church. Bishops and pastors that had suffered loss during the periods of persecution were given government pensions. Laws were passed that strengthened the position of the Church

For the Church to serve in the capacity envisioned by Constantine, unity was essential. Unfortunately for Constantine, it was at this very time that the Arian dispute arose. Arius was a presbyter at Alexandria. He wrote concerning his belief that Jesus was a "created being". His bishop. Alexander, disagreed with this position and a lively dispute resulted. This dispute spread throughout the Church and threatened to be the source of a major schism. Obviously, such a division in the Church would destroy its role as envisioned by Constantine.

The threat felt by Constantine was so strong that he embarked upon the unprecedented calling for an assembly of the bishops from throughout the empire to deal with this question and to resolve the issue. He personally invited the bishops, paid for their conveyance and maintained them through the conference which lasted for two months. Upon convening the assembly, he told the bishops what he expected to be accomplished and even defined their responsibility to the society. Finally, when the council ended, he gave the bishops "valuable" gifts and sent them on their way. He implemented and enforced the findings of the council, even to the point of the death sentence for anyone harboring materials written by Arius. All of this was done by Constantine while he was the undisputed secular world leader. He was not officially a part of the Church during this time. Constantine as a secular world leader literally "took his seat" in the midst of the Church and ruled over it. He usurped the position of the rightful "Lord" of the Church, Jesus the Messiah; therefore, he was an "anti-Christ".

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carey's two previous posts have been deleted due to his copying and pasting the previous response with no comment, followed by a reply to himself in an attempt to circumvent the FLOODING rule that was put into place on Monday, Jan. 22.

Strike 2, carey. Upon Strike 3 you will be given an extended recess.

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carey's two previous posts have been deleted due to his copying and pasting the previous response with no comment, followed by a reply to himself in an attempt to circumvent the FLOODING rule that was put into place on Monday, Jan. 22.

Strike 2, carey. Upon Strike 3 you will be given an extended recess.


Sorry I dont know the rules as well as you.

I am sure others mess up to .
But you are afraid the facts I keep posting might make some other liberals wake up and vote anything but democrat . So your looking for reasons.

I thought with a site name like this true facts would be appreciated.

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carey wrote:
Catherine wrote:
carey's two previous posts have been deleted due to his copying and pasting the previous response with no comment, followed by a reply to himself in an attempt to circumvent the FLOODING rule that was put into place on Monday, Jan. 22.

Strike 2, carey. Upon Strike 3 you will be given an extended recess.


Sorry I dont know the rules as well as you.

I am sure others mess up to .
But you are afraid the facts I keep posting might make some other liberals wake up and vote anything but democrat . So your looking for reasons.

I thought with a site name like this true facts would be appreciated.


You wouldn't know the facts if they jumped up and smacked you right in the face! [smilie=to funny.gif]

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You can read the rules, carey. True facts aren't being deleted, carey. You've been caught plagiarizing, and trying to circumvent the rules in order to make your points. Look at the number of posts you've made since you joined on Jan.2, 2007....170 total, or almost 9 posts per day.

You can hardly whine about not being given an opportunity to speak your tiny mind! :lol: In addition, the moderators and I have had to interpret the rules for you before, many times, openly and via private message. If you can't understand them by now, perhaps you should go to another board where the rules are more on your level of comprehension...or better yet, start your own discussion board! Wow....now there's a novel idea!

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