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aPosteriori 1 point ago +4 / -3

…since nobody bothered to learn it.

Lost me with this cockishness.

Stop acting like you have access to some secret information beyond the rest of us.

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aPosteriori 0 points ago +2 / -2

Nope.

Wish people would stop acting like they know more about what’s going on than the rest of us.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

What is there to be secure in exactly?

No specifics… and I mean none… can be verified and proven.

What used to be a fun and comforting sense of wonder has been bastardized into making a bunch of claims about the universe that cannot be proven or disproven… and yet people claim them to be literally true.

Take your “meet our maker” bit. Oft repeated, never once shown to be true. But it shouldn’t need to be. If there’s a god and we enter his presence when we die… great. But all of this fire and brimstone “face god’s wrath” is bullshit. There’s no evidence whatsoever of heavenly judgment and demands to obey.

But you know who that does benefit? When people obey?

Our oppressors.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

People use that same feeling to justify very different beliefs.

And besides… if you can’t verify/prove specifics then don’t believe specifics. Keep it simple and general.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

There’s continuity in style and voice in Stephen King’s writing. Doesn’t mean anything, really. Just that we can say one person wrote it or efforts were made to mimic. Which can also be said about the writings of L Ron Hubbard.

In order to use Christianity to enslave they needed a god-connection (Jesus) to kill (martyr). This establishes authority in a present, unavoidable way. “If you don’t obey you’re pissing on Christ’s sacrifice.”

Manufactured obligation… nothing more.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

You think you’re doing something, but you’re not.

Protestants separated from the control of the Catholic Church, but continued to be controlled by the same doctrines, dogmas and traditions. Between the Bible and the same deference to authority… there never was going to be a change. Still just as easily controlled. And clearly it was.

You’re no different. “Compromised” churches …what are you on about? You’re still enslaving yourself to the same doctrines and writings… but you’re doing it to yourself, which is worse.

None of it can be trusted. You cannot possibly verify any of the sources or authority. So don’t. Drop them. Stick with the basics and aid in the reimagining of what our connections to whatever is out there will be.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

Exclusivity and presumed authority do wonders for controlling populations. It’s more symbolic than anything… “we are god’s mouthpieces and have sole access to the only source of “approved” information.” Which effectively means… none of the little people can interpret or understand the will of their god or determine their own beliefs. No freedom to worship as they saw fit. Even today there really isn’t… too many have bought into the controlling nature of Christianity’s obedience dogmas.

The widespread access to the Bible coincided with the printing press and the Protestant faiths. And yet people continue to this day to chain themselves to it as if it was literal.

All stories and traditions prior to these written records were by mouth and were subject to change… they flowed with the society and adapted as they grew. Christianity came in and killed off (literally) all opposing ideas and beliefs that they couldn’t use to subvert the societies they were conquering.

The Bible was a tool for that purpose. In fact, there’s nothing in there that isn’t a mashed together variation (and theft) of thousands of years of stories from other cultures… or clearly written for the purpose of enslavement.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

Roughly… to be exact.

Those… don’t add up.

Stop making claims that you can’t prove. Nor should you have to.

That’s the same game as the atheists… all about proof. Leave it be. Let your mythos be mythos.

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aPosteriori 0 points ago +1 / -1

No… that isn’t obvious. What is obvious is they are transitioning away from Christianity as a means of control… to using the irreligious to transition into more control.

You’re being dumped and you’re still clinging to their dogma rules. Break free.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

As much as I appreciate your effort… You cannot quote a book that was written after the events in question and has been under control of the controllers the entire time.

Circular reasoning will get us nowhere.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

Did you not read my post?

You have no proof that the enemy didn’t create most of what you so willingly follow.

Your experience is valid. Cherish it internally. But stop playing by their rules.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nope. YOU are making the claim… and don’t offer any proof. I’m calling out your bad reasoning and lack of proof.

You’re being distracted. Sitting around guessing and “decoding” silliness and nonsense.

Unless you can prove something as truth, don’t make claims. Be skeptical about everything.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

None of that is proof. Not in the slightest.

God, some of you dwell too comfortably on the surface.

Do you know how easy it would be to have one of their own appear as though they’re in opposition to their efforts?

To distract us…

To steer us in a specific direction…

To interfere in big ways…

Easy.

And you’re potentially falling for it, mate.

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aPosteriori 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nope.

People need to be questioned, critiqued and even called out.

Fuck your comfort.

Fuck your echo chamber.

Fuck your safe space.

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aPosteriori -2 points ago +1 / -3

This… doesn’t make sense.

God damn.

I’m getting pretty sick of people using the word “comms” so freely… and randomly. Reminds me of that guy that writes those fever dream posts where he divines “comms” out of almost literally everything.

People. Stop. If there are communications between goodies and baddies then you won’t fucking know about it.

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aPosteriori -1 points ago +1 / -2

Please ignore this article.

Nonsensical ravings of a mad man. Straight from a fever dream.

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aPosteriori -6 points ago +1 / -7

Nope.

That doesn’t make somebody guilty.

Oh, sorry…

This does NOT make SOMEBODY GUILTY.

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aPosteriori -1 points ago +1 / -2

…what does that have to do with the article you posted?

Oh, sorry….

What does THIS have to DO with the ARTICLE YOU POSTED????

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