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RandomNumber 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ask a Muslim if they think they worship the same God as Christians and Jews; their answer will be HELL NO.

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RandomNumber 2 points ago +2 / -0

Islam is simply incorrect about God, human nature, and physical reality. It does not hang together logically as a system. The Islamic conception of heaven is one of simple physical pleasures. There is really very little "spiritual" in it.

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RandomNumber 2 points ago +2 / -0

Islam is very much the issue; it has been THE issue since its inception. Look into the history of why the crusades happened. The goal of Islam is to take ove the world and force everyone into Islam or kill them. Don't get distracted--this problem is 1500 years old.

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RandomNumber 2 points ago +2 / -0

Intelligence is on a bell curve and 50% of people are on the left hand side. There are as many people with an IQ of 85 as there are people with an IQ of 115.

That will never change.

To govern well, you have to take that into account. Not to take advantage of "our stupider brethren", but to be realistic. For example, we can't keep getting rid of low-skilled jobs like grocery packboys and parking lot attendants. Those would be fulfilling careers for people with an IQ of 85, and no one with an IQ of 85 is going to be able to be "retrained" to be an engineer or an accountant; they just don't have it in them. They will be unemployed and a burden on charities and taxpayers when they could have been taxpaying, working, people.

Just because some jobs CAN be automated out of existence does not mean they SHOULD be automated out of existance.

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RandomNumber 1 point ago +1 / -0

Because the Catholic Church is the one established by Jesus Christ to carry on His work of teaching and governing the people of God to the end of time. Catholicism is true because of Jesus Christ, not because of any or all of the clergy.

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RandomNumber 2 points ago +2 / -0

Each diocese is incorporated separately.

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RandomNumber 1 point ago +1 / -0

I would not say all priests are gay, but a significant percentage of them are and they are the ones in charge in most dioceses. Straight priests are rarely offered the high-profile assignments. You want to find good priests, look at the smallest parishes in the crappiest part of town.

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RandomNumber 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cardinals are bishops, it's not a separate rank.

The heat is on bishops because they enabled the abuse to go on much longer than it ought to have done by shuffling priests around and covering up for them. Bishops are also the ones in charge of seminary training, where sketchy men should have been weeded out. "The buck stops" on the bishop's desk. It is quite legitimate to be holding their feet to the fire.

Yes, you are quite correct. There are pedos and groomers in schools and sports and in all walks of life. There are numerically many times more teachers and coaches than there are Catholic priests, so you are going to get more pedos in aggregate, but even the percentage of groomers and pedos is higher with teachers and coaches than it is with priests. And yet, there has not been the same level of concentrated effort by the public to hold to account pedos and groomers amongst the ranks of teachers and coaches, and school boards and sports organizations have not been sued to the same extent the Catholic Church has been. For some reason all the focus has been on the Catholic clergy. The searchlight really ought to be broader, I definitely agree.

The criticism of bishops is not sudden; this is one in a long number of articles by many people in many publications on the subject.

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RandomNumber 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Price of our Salvation, without which there is no forgiveness"

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RandomNumber 3 points ago +3 / -0

No, that is incorrect. Arab Muslims invaded "the Levant" as it was then known in the 600s-700s. They killed/scattered the Christians who were living there (the physical decendants of the pre-Jesus Hebrews). The Islamic persecution of Christians in that area was the reason for the Crusades. The "Palestinians" of today are decendants of those Arab invaders.

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RandomNumber 4 points ago +4 / -0

'Allegedly' The student's name was Albert Einstein.

I doubt that, only because Einstein was a nasty piece of work who abandoned his wife to be killed by the Nazis when he escaped to the USA and he was not particularly religious.

That being said, nice logic in that exposition.

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RandomNumber 3 points ago +3 / -0

No.

The present-day "Palestinians" are simply Arabs who arrived with the Muslim conquest of the Holy Land. They are not "indigenous" to the area.

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RandomNumber 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just Muslims trying to demonstrate their "superiority".

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RandomNumber 1 point ago +2 / -1

This will not attract sympathy to their cause, but that's not the point. They are flexing, daring non-Muslims to "just try and stop us". Four years ago it was BLM, this year it will be PPP rioting and causing election year mayhem.

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RandomNumber 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Muslims want to take back any territory they ever ruled, including much of southern and eastern Europe.

We're starting to see the daily intimidation tactics the Muslims use; we will get to the point they will be doing suicide bombings on public transit fairly shortly I would think.

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RandomNumber 6 points ago +6 / -0

I don't think Naomi Wolf is regularly having beers with Archbishop Viganò, but they've certainly come to a lot of the same conclusions.

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RandomNumber 4 points ago +4 / -0

You don't gain sympathy for your cause with stunts like that. But then, they are not trying to gain sympathy for their cause. They are flexing. "We're here, we're Muslims; and whatcha gonna do about that?"

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RandomNumber 1 point ago +1 / -0

A few comments on the 2nd article ("What if it’s all long-term conditioning?")

... the lockdowns had no medical reason, but economic reasons: By paralysing the economic cycles, i.e. by artificially triggering a deflationary phase (which is characterised, among other things, by a decline in demand), inflationary overheating was prevented ...

Except it was not prevented; it was accelerated. All the money governments around the world dumped into the economy as "stimulus" is devaluing all currencies. Too many dollars/pounds/yen/whatevers chasing too few goods. You can't put that genie back in the bottle.

... I think we should rather consider the possibility – as Hayen rightly suspects – that this “event” with all its already tragic consequences for so many people was “only” a first step in a longer, ongoing process. ...

Yes, of course it is.

... It’s just my very humble opinion, but I get the strange feeling that all of this is meant to keep the populaces “on their toes”, to make them live in constant fear, to occupy their minds and distract them ...

And yes, that one too.

... I am convinced that we are guinea pigs in a long-term conditioning process. ...

Undoubtedly. A process controlled by men, but ultimately controlled by Satan. Evil spirits feed on negative emotions as well as cause negative emotions. God brings joy, peace, etc. The Cabal and Satan are trying to make you feel helpless and hopeless.

... I’m just asking you NOT to fall for every single “event” that they’re serving us to occupy our minds and to distract us from their possible long-term goals. ...

Good point. One must not become demoralized. St. Sir Thomas More wrote a book called "A Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation" which is well worth reading. It can be bought in paperback form, but I see someone uploaded it online here: https://thomasmorestudies.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/DialogueComfort2014-etext.pdf

It's a bit Ye Olde Stylle, but you can get used to it easily enough. It's a fictional dialogue between uncle and nephew about a pending military invasion which could cause loss of goods, land, liberty, and/or life. The uncle is consoling the nephew and getting him to take the long view, the detached view that this world is not our true home but rather Heaven is our home, and that being mentally prepared to never, ever, ever, give up the Faith no matter what happens is crucial.

So many articles we read nowadays are all about how bad the Cabal is and how nefarious their plans are. Yeah, we've got that part figured out already.

Mass non-compliance is good, but one also has to, as More was suggesting, keep the focus on God and the next world. "And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell." (Matt 10:28)

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RandomNumber 8 points ago +8 / -0

No vax, no school, steady parenting--ingredients for a successful life.

Most Zoomers are missing at least one of those; a not insignificant number are missing all three.

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RandomNumber 3 points ago +3 / -0

Go back a bit farther: the industrial revolution took MEN out of the house. Before that, Dad's shop was in the front room, or he was farming out back. There was no "going" to work. Parents and children ate every meal together. Once Dad was taken out of the house, then it was easy pickings to get Mom out too. But the first step was taking a man away from his own home.

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RandomNumber 6 points ago +6 / -0

Less than pre-Covid but more than it's been in the last little while.

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