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theSocraticChallenge 3 points ago +3 / -0

As I think about it, I've only ever said "go straight". And I always will.

These past few years have taught me a lot, and one of the most important lessons is how powerful yet subtle language is in changing societal attitudes. And we've been letting the other team win battle after battle because it just didn't seem like a big deal to say "forward" instead of "straight" for the sake of unity. After all, they mean basically the same thing, right? But after concession after concession, we find we are on the verge of losing everything.

So I'm launching a language counter-offensive. No more euphemisms to allow them to obscure the truth about what they're doing. In fact, I am fighting back with full-strength dysphemism to force them to face the ugly reality.

Now, I refuse to say "abortion", referring to it instead by the more intellectually honest term "infanticide". If somebody wants to argue my use of the word, I challenge them to prove to me that it is NOT infanticide--it's a battle they cannot win.

Similarly, instead of asking "so what did your doctor say", I'll now ask "what did your pharmaceutical rep say"?

Instead of "Susan is a social studies teacher at the local public elementary school", I would say "Susan is an indoctrination agent at the local reeducation camp."

And so on. At this point, I could care less if anybody is offended; I'll not have peace with monsters.

The most important battles in this war will not be fought with bullets, but with words. Happy hunting!

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theSocraticChallenge 3 points ago +3 / -0

Today I learned that searches show in caps on that site. Thanks!

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theSocraticChallenge 8 points ago +9 / -1

I’m not sure this qualifies as exact: “My fellow” should be all caps.

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theSocraticChallenge 3 points ago +3 / -0

These questions have already been answered. And there are GOOD answers out there, not the dismissive, unsatisfying answers your friend has encountered.

A few consistently informative and intelligent YouTubers (yes, YouTube, sorry!) I recommend would be:

Mike Winger

Cross Examined

Stand To Reason

And before you even start watching any of those, I very highly recommend Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ. That one has an interesting background: he's an investigative journalist that thought religion was made-up BS, just like your co-worker, and he set out to prove it. He focused specifically on Christianity. And by the time he was finished with all of his interviews, he was utterly convinced that Jesus was indeed the son of God, who truly lived in Israel more then 2,000 years ago, was crucified by Roman soldiers and died, and rose from the dead only a few days later, as witnessed by many. And that anybody that acknowledges him as their lord and savior will be forgiven and spared God's coming judgement for his sake. (If that sounds crazy, it's only because you haven't read Lee Strobel's book yet...)

God bless!

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theSocraticChallenge 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't get it either. Why is it so important to the leftists to celebrate that time the Republicans freed the slaves?! Well, they're welcome to celebrate it all they want, and I make sure they understand that's what they're celebrating ;-)

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theSocraticChallenge 11 points ago +11 / -0

Atlas Shrugged, by Ayn Rand. It's eerily prophetic.

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theSocraticChallenge 1 point ago +1 / -0

2 questions might help to get you started:

  1. What’s your prayer life like?
  2. What’s your Bible study process look like?
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theSocraticChallenge 1 point ago +1 / -0

Much as I distrust mainstream "fact checks", this one seems plausible: https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-schwab-population/fact-check-depopulation-quote-has-been-misattributed-to-klaus-schwab-idUSL2N2OB1JW

But it seems to me this fact check doesn't go far enough. It sounds like this text, which appears in a book called "Conspirators' Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300", is a quote from another source. But the good people of Reuters didn't bother to elaborate on what THAT source was. (insert eyeroll).

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theSocraticChallenge 2 points ago +2 / -0

DON'T QUIT! Make them fire you, and then seek legal counsel. They're in an indefensible position, especially as more information come out about the bullshit vax.

In the meantime, make them sign this doc, which makes them affirm, in writing, several positions that your lawyer can then use to absolutely slay them in court. Mwahahaha!!

https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/2/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/609462860f3394d5991a85fd_Employee-Form-Covid-Injections.pdf

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theSocraticChallenge 2 points ago +3 / -1

This is beautiful, and a very important sentiment. Thank you. I've been feeling the same way, and have been telling people that the hardest part about witnessing the ruin that will soon fall on our enemies for their crimes is to be careful to avoid being too satisfied about it. However deserved their punishment might be, it is still immensely sad that our fellow brothers and sisters should have strayed so far from the path

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theSocraticChallenge 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh, it's from an old video game, one of the Call of Duty games I think. You press "F" to pay respects to a fallen soldier.

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theSocraticChallenge 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sorry, friend, I think you've been trolled. There's plenty of fake news out there, but as far as I have been able to determine, this one is fake fake news.

by penisse
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theSocraticChallenge 6 points ago +6 / -0

Sauce? I very much want this to be true...but am deeply skeptical.

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theSocraticChallenge 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have my doubts. Would have been nice if Q mentioned which military they had in mind...

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theSocraticChallenge 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah, could get real ugly real fast at that point. Hoping "the plan" kicks in really really soon.

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theSocraticChallenge 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thanks! I hope I'm not merely spewing wishful thinking.

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