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TheRealBuddyB 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't blame her, that's pretty much what I do. There's just more F bombs when I do it.

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TheRealBuddyB 1 point ago +1 / -0

...man I forgot all about that damned "necessary blackout." I member when anons thought that shit was gonna happen every other next week.

I know Q had some silent periods, and we have had rolling blackouts in the country over the years, or websites and phones down, but I don't think we hit a fulflillment of the "blackout necessary" yet.

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TheRealBuddyB 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not to mention the ridiculous amount of accidents happening to agriculture/food facilities across the country. Seems like I read about chicken farms catching fire or blowing up once or twice a week these days.

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TheRealBuddyB 2 points ago +2 / -0

You should be supporting your local distiller anyways. You probably have a distiller within 100 miles of where you live that makes just as good or better bourbon than a multinational Corp.

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TheRealBuddyB 2 points ago +2 / -0

Super-long honest answer, and I'm not trying to sound like a know-it-all, but you're venturing into rabbit holes I often dwell in.

(TLDR: Well sure there's something going on! 2,000 years of human history.)

While it was certainly a rocky start, between the period of Jesus' death and the Fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD, the Pharisees and the Messianic Jews worshipped together in the same Temple, read the scriptures together, prayed together, kept Torah/the Law, etc... The "jews" and the "christians" were still essentially just two denominations of the same religion; one who believed Yeshua/Jesus was the Messiah and the other did not.

At the time of the Roman siege of Jerusalem, the Pharisees rallied around a military leader and declared HIM to be the messiah (I forget and could look this dude's name up, but I don't care to).

This, of course, wasn't accepted by the Messianic Jews, who already knew who the true Messiah was, so they instead followed the words of Yeshua who had essentially prophesied that when they see armies surrounding Jerusalem, they should flee to the hills. Over time afterwards, they basically dispersed into the surrounding gentile nations and into the various Christian communities already started by Paul and other evangelists.

And thus the split between "Jew and Christian" was complete. Jerusalem was decimated by the Romans. The surviving Phariseeical Jews at the time never forgave the Messianics whom they saw as traitors and cowards, and they set out in the aftermath to build a completely NEW religious system (because their old system was all built around priests and sacrifices at the Temple, which was utterly laid to waste now).

Thus, the Pharisees turned to the Talmud, full of its Babylonian mysticism, as well as their own commentaries on the Scriptures. This is how they are, to this day, able to teach from the TALMUD and their own writings, rather than the ACTUAL BIBLE, and they are able to pick-and-choose, and add-to and take-away from scripture, etc... And so, what we today call "Rabbinical Judaism" was born.

And so, today, you can be raised Jewish, and spend your life in religious studies, and yet still never have stumbled across the Messianic prophecies that more blatantly point to Jesus such as, say, Micah 5:2 or Isiah 7:14.

This really isn't necessarily to bash just the Jews. Because as for Christendom, the Roman Catholic church eventually proceeded to conquer the entire idea of being a follower of Christ, and then it set out to hide or burn all translations of the Bible that weren't in Latin, and ensured that only their Priests were capable of reading the Bible for the next 1500 years or so. Then to top it off, they declared the Pope to be ruler in Christ's absence, and thus positioned their own Priesthood as higher authorities than the scripture... Until, of course, the Protestant Reformation happened and the Bible began to be translated into European languages around the 1600s.

As for corrupted Bible translations.... I am sad to say that, yeah, there has been a ton of manipulation, in both the Old and New Testament, over the years. I personally prefer the Septuagint (the Greek translation of the Old Testament that Paul the Apostle himself used) and I keep it handy when reading the Bible, because there are all sorts of hidden jewels that are lost in translation.

And even today, new discoveries in this field are taking place. Right now, for instance, scholars are only re-discovering that much of the New Testament was actually originally written in Hebrew (a very contentious and debated subject right now, but doesn't it make sense that the Jewish disciples of Jesus would have written in Hebrew? Especially something like "the Book of Hebrews"?)

Anyways, thankfully, I've found that the vast majority of theology and over-all narrative of the Bible doesn't seem that different when comparing the different translations. Maybe if you're having an inter-denominational debate on specific Christian dogma or something, but whether I'm reading the Greek Septuagint or the King James version, they both point to Jesus as the Messiah.

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TheRealBuddyB 2 points ago +2 / -0

Seems they've done training a month or so before the shooting in the past.

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TheRealBuddyB 8 points ago +8 / -0

How mind blown will we be if it's BIDEN who says "my fellow Americans, a storm is upon us..."

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TheRealBuddyB 2 points ago +2 / -0

So it's NOT from any known movie then?

Just wondering, because this costume choice always threw me off with Elon.

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TheRealBuddyB 1 point ago +1 / -0

Really? Which one? The costume looks vaguely familiar but I don't recall it in a Bruce Lee flick. It has an inverted cross and a baphomet on the chest, not exactly Asian culture.

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TheRealBuddyB 5 points ago +5 / -0

If the headlines said it was a "4.7 that listed 17 seconds" I might be on this train.

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TheRealBuddyB 1 point ago +1 / -0

TBH I still don't think it will be Biden. They are gonna phone in Big Mike or even something outta left field like Dwayne the Rock Johnson at the last minute.

I mean, provided they actually plan on having an election, they aren't strategically stupid enough to rely on Biden. They have a wild card in hand, mark my words.

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TheRealBuddyB 18 points ago +18 / -0

I'm still unable to shake how much she looks like Zeena LeVey. I'm not usually a "clone" guy, but maaaan that similarity is uncanny!

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TheRealBuddyB 6 points ago +6 / -0

Yeah, she is already dead. They probably figure if they announce she "died mysteriously" then all of us "conspiracy theorists" will chalk it up to the vax and finally drop the subject instead of sitting around analyzing their fake photos.

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TheRealBuddyB 9 points ago +9 / -0

It's almost as if they want to "ask for your prayers," but can't because they don't believe in God.

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TheRealBuddyB 2 points ago +2 / -0

So... check out some of the signatures, you may recognize the names as Patriots you have seen on podcasts or interviews.

Sheila Holm does prayer leading, faith healing, podcasting, and pro-American activism. I've heard her be open about believing Q to be a legit operation, and she's friends with LT of "And We Know." She probably really does know a bunch of these military servicemen and veterans, because a lot of them are outspoken patriots as well.

Unfortunately, NO, this does not necessarily mean the military court martial started on January 1st.

But this does appear to be a step in that direction. These are legit servicemen of vets, some of pretty high rank, listing genuine criminal grievances against military leadership. I wouldn't expect immediate action however.

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TheRealBuddyB 2 points ago +2 / -0

OK, but... be realistic and factor in like 50 million illegal fighting age males from all over the world. ...Honestly that's the part that I'm concerned about.

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TheRealBuddyB 8 points ago +8 / -0

If I'm reading OP correctly, he is just pointing out that both the Brits and the USA are putting out Civil War-themed propaganda at the same time. We have a very similar movie coming out around the same time.

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TheRealBuddyB 9 points ago +9 / -0

I second this. The font doesn't line up with the paper fold right and the letters go past typical printing boundaries. I could be wrong, but it looks bunk.

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TheRealBuddyB 9 points ago +9 / -0

The delivery driver in that article is a moron. He said "I'm glad I'm not an immigrant because I'd probably have to go back to my home country after being arrested." Yet, he knows the immigrant who attacked him was released back into the street...

That's concerning. Even after "feeling the pain" directly, it still doesn't click with these people. That delivery driver walked away mostly complaining about the cops, not illegal immigration.

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