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inquimous 10 points ago +10 / -0

The board said Santa was religious. I said not quite, so why not leave him. They said they want something the community can all be comfortable with and you agreed that anyone can enjoy joyful giving. That also happens to be a core Christian value. Why are you upset then, saying I want to take away a display or degrade religion? Turn it on them so they have to accept it. Same with the Hanukkah candles, they celebrate hope in a time of oppression.

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inquimous 5 points ago +5 / -0

Not the elections alone, the whole self-serving and self-preserving nature of the Deep State that makes it a coherent enemy. Everything works to that aim.

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inquimous 23 points ago +24 / -1

"Santa" is not quite religious, even if based on St. Nicholas. Anyone can enjoy a spirit of joyful giving.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

Put the quotes around "Khazarian." That's another fable, trying to make a fake race of fake Jews. The Khazar empire adopted Judaism as a state religion to spite both Muslims and Christians but there were already real, practicing Jews from the ones in the middle east there when that happened. In fact the first Hebrews came from an area not that far from where Khazaria started and moved far south and east to Haran and Ur.

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inquimous 5 points ago +5 / -0

Knee jerk reaction to any representation of swastikas or six pointed stars. It's very narrow thinking. I can see how a UFO cult would want to get stars and eternity symbols in their logo.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Caananites" meant "people living in the area now called Jordan, Israel, Lebanon," because the whole area was "Canaan." There were specific ethnic groups all along who did plenty of fighting with each other. The land of Canaan was a favorite place to invade from north, south, and east. Joshua was tasked to kill Canaanites and he did, but not all of them, nor could he have, because more were always coming. And the Hebrews disobeyed God plenty of times--you must have left out the /s. Elijah complained he was the only true believer left and God told him no, He had reserved 7000 faithful.

The priests and Romans responsible for Jesus' death did so for political advantage, which seems to have been the main motive in persecuting Christians since. Of course Satan did say to Jesus that God had given him, Satan, dominion in the world and political power = worldly power, so the entity you must be alluding to is Satan, metaphysically, or secular powers using fear and hate as a tool.

Just what specifically inspired your statement?

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

CVS has been sending invitations to be in clinical trials all year. You get a free experimental vaccine if you sign up!

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inquimous 4 points ago +4 / -0

How about, he's an oddball naturally and many people have manipulated him in his life, causing him to act in a contradictory manner, then he realizes being a loose cannon has both offensive and defensive possibilities?

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

Symbols are what the inscriber of them means, especially these fusion symbols taking a bit of this and that. They aren't historic or organic. EG I would call 4-, 6-, and 8-pointed stars organic because everyone tries to draw stars and these are the easy ones to make symmetrical, as by folding paper. The odd numbered sides or points are much harder, except for triangles.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's a fusion of three symbols, the everlasting knot, the 6 pointed star which is not always Jewish, and a swastika. Representing the cult of Rael. So to find the significance you should look into RAEL, not Jews or nazis.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

Exactly. The education system prides itself on being the top down driver of culture.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

Don't go. I spent the afternoon culling my mementos from graduate school and thinking I would have been better off to have spent those years as a beach bum. I would have read more, been less stressed, and ended up with the same material position.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

The left wrinkle looks like a scar, otherwise ?? Is it wearing high heels? The calves look wrong too.

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inquimous 3 points ago +3 / -0

When the money runs out... or the litigation for injury costs more than the bribe.

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inquimous 4 points ago +4 / -0

Kari Lake can't file her challenge until after the election is certified, apparently, so we want that to happen. I believe certifying will also allow a representative seat to flip to red. Meanwhile Hobbs is cementing her reputation as an indefensible bully, and the Legislature has a real problem to tackle on this set-in-stone date argument which doesn't allow for problems (please pray that the Supremes will find in favor of legislatures over judges).

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inquimous 5 points ago +5 / -0

This bad effect of lockdowns was apparent even before the vaccines got rolling, and was one of the "carrots" to take them. Already people were going stir crazy, having unaddressed health problems, getting bullied into covid treatment if they dared to go to a hospital. He's really slow.

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inquimous 8 points ago +8 / -0

Well, Strom, you got close enough to the rabbit hole (and what an appropriate name, considering the white rabbit imagery) to get a glimpse, and now you won't be able to sleep either. Give him 6 months and see what his essays are like.

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inquimous 1 point ago +1 / -0

Always did. Originally it was nepotism, economically it turned into cronyism, some cronies rose to be oligarchs, they practiced nepotism.

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inquimous 2 points ago +2 / -0

Save this, it's the single most complete and well organized summary I've seen--of course in 2016 we didn't have Balenciaga and its white rabbit theme, and went on a lot of tangents.

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inquimous 3 points ago +3 / -0

"The church may become slothful, but not so her great antagonist" and here we are.

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