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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Stop pontificating with your whole "I've experienced evil first hand and therefore I'm wiser and philosophically superior to you all".

No one here is arguing that there aren't much greater magnitudes of evil, for that is certainly the case. But what this woman in the email is doing (if indeed she is aware of how her words and actions may negatively affect her constituents yet remains completely unphazed regardless) is deliberate and harmful.

As she implements a policy designed to reinforce her selfish desires even at the expense of the mental and physical stress of her employees as well as potential loss of employment for those dissenters who choose not to comply.

Evil exists on a scale of infinite magnitude. One need not only exist on the highest end of the spectrum to be considered evil.

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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

There are different magnitudes of evil. For evil to exist, a person committing said actions need only be aware of what they're doing + its negative impact on others, and yet remain completely lacking in remorse.

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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

No sir. Malice is what implies intent. Evil is denoted by a lack of remorse for the consequences of one's actions.

A person with narcolepsy who falls asleep behind the wheel of a car and veers onto the sidewalk and kills a pedestrian, but is cleared of the charges, however bears no remorse because they view humanity as a parasite-- that person is evil.

Even if you did something without intent and it hurts someone, that does not render you evil. For accidents do happen and people forgive each other--specifically because of it being unintentional and the result of randomized chaos in the universe.

To be evil means to be aware of harm one did (whether accidentally or not) and yet feel no remorse for the consequences of their actions.

Kyle Rittenhouse acted to defend his life, and in doing so he took human lives. Although he intended to shoot those men to protect himself, and while not knowing they would die, he was aware that by shooting them the possibility was substantial.

And yet, even knowing he was forced to make such a difficult decision in choosing to defend his life at the cost of theirs, Kyle still showed great remorse at the consequences of his actions.

If Kyle did not feel remorse, and instead rejoiced in the situation and relished the possibility of future opportunities to lawfully shoot humans, then Kyle would be considered evil.

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Th4rd_R3ich 2 points ago +2 / -0

The first thing that popped into my mind before I scrolled down to see their picture was "Man how funny would it be if they all appear to be Jewish..."

Thankfully I was proved wrong. Otherwise I mightve bought even harder into the "Not all Jews are bad but many Baddies are Jewish" narrative.

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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well if you're right, then it certainly would seem like modern medicines are in fact guised poisons indoctrinated into our psyche as helpful since the day we were born

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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol oh cmon don't scare people like that. One can find a statistically significant correlation coefficient for any matter of harmless substances and worrisome neurological conditions. If one were inclined to distort the data and sampling pools in order to produce such outcome

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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

So if it someday does amount to alot of shit, what will you say then?

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Th4rd_R3ich -1 points ago +1 / -2

Disagree. From the 10 commandments we can see at least one sin this guy committed. "Thou shall serve no master besides me" (or something like that). This priest whether knowingly or not, fell into temptation and began worshipping Science instead of God almighty.

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Th4rd_R3ich 0 points ago +1 / -1

Exactly! The fact that they would willingly take the vaccine and wear masks just goes to show that they have failed their tests of faith towards Jesus Christ our lord and savior.

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Th4rd_R3ich 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ah yes! That reminds me of the third aspect of the working model I have yet to come across that would allow me to make the jump to being a full on believer.

Initially I only remembered two of the elements of a comprehensive model that I've yet to come by : a) An explanation for changing seasons at respective regions of the planet, and B) An explanation for the phases of the moon and why they seem to wax and wane on a consistent 2x cycles per 30 day schedule and can be predicted accurately based on this

The third element that was eluding me was very relevant to what you just mentioned! C) How on earth (no pun intended) can a flat earth diagram explain the fact that one half of the earth is daylight for half the day while the other half of the earth is in darkness and vice versa.

I've taken a few astronomy courses in college to fulfill my common curriculum credits and so I learned a ton about the modern day scientific explanations for all of these things as well as had a solid amount of practice in applying the mathematical formulas for calculating things such as angle of incidence of the sun to a specific region on earth, or calculating the amount of Astronomic units (or whatever AU stands for lol) between a given planet, during a specific point in its revolution, and the sun. And many other trigonometric calculations I can't quite remember off the top of my head.

Point being, I remember vividly that all those calculations checked out mathematically and seemed to verify conclusively that our scientific models of the sun and planetary motions are indeed verifiable beyond a reasonable doubt.

So trust me lol. I am aware of how much of a leap it would be to toss out all of that and opt for a currently unsubstantiated flat earth paradigm lol.

The thing is though that all of this makes sense under the assumption that we've compiled all the information about our current astronomical working models that will ever be available in existence.

Of course this cannot be true in a timeline of infinity. And so the possibility that new evidence will one day come forward to allow for a flat earth conception of the universe, although small, must exist.

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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol its okay you can downvote whatever you want. It's quite silly to get so worked up over such trivial matters.

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Th4rd_R3ich 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lol I see what you're saying. All I was saying though is that it's impossible to quantify a relative proportionality of the likelihoods of each. The only way one could assign the likelihood of flat earth being a thing as 0%, is if we operate on the assumption that either a) you're omnipotent, or B) You've physically ventured out into space to verify the claim for yourself.

But this has digressed into a pointless silly argument at this point since I've already made it clear that I've not yet come across a working model for flat earth that adequately explains seasons in tandem with lunar cycles and thus I cannot advocate the flat earth theory as being legitimate.

In short, you don't need to convince me flat earth isn't a thing since I'm already unconvinced.

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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

I looked at the VAERS data quite extensively the other day and I remember specifically noticing that regarding the deaths attributed to the vaccines, it was overwhelmingly composed of the older crowd of 65+

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Th4rd_R3ich 1 point ago +1 / -0

Many people are well aware about the majority of what you just mentioned. The value comes in the fact that not everyone is tech savvy enough to want to buy the cheap generic vetsion, jailbreak the thing, and do whatever else a tech savy person might be able to do to add on the same functions the freedom phone offers.

From what i understand they also have their own play store and all the apps are completely separated from Google and the big tech overlords. It's definitely got plenty of value for the average person who isn't knowledgeable about programming and tinkering with devices.

I wouldn't buy one myself personally, but I just feel it's an innovative cool idea implemented by a cool dude who was a self made bitcoin millionaire. So I'd support his entrepreneurship anyway. We all should support those individuals who actually take the initiative to provide services outside the traditional big tech monopolies.

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Th4rd_R3ich 4 points ago +4 / -0

Gays are allowed. Trannies not so much. Except maybe Blair White. I like her. She is based. And fully committed to being a woman not like those half assed attempts by butched out Berthas

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Th4rd_R3ich 3 points ago +3 / -0

Don't call San Antonio a cesspool! We are filled with normies for the most part. Sure many of them are passively following the msm narratives but I've run across many redpilled patriots who were redpilling normies about the corrupt Biden administration and Fauci's persistent goal post moving.

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Th4rd_R3ich 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very true. I got myself a fancy Psych degree that is completely useless in regards to getting me a career. I wish I went to trade school but I got nearly a full ride to college and had a blast and got laid a bunch so at least it was fun.

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Th4rd_R3ich 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ouch! I'm sorry about that fren. Hopefully your brother is doing what he can to make the best long term decision from now on.

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