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  1. I'm sorry that random strangers' disagreeing with you results in an emotional response. I'd settle for LDS HQ being sovereign like the Holy See instead of Jesusland
  2. Deplatforming is a form of discrimination and an illegal attempt to silence free speech. What legal actions would you recommend? Suing Facebook, Twitter, etc.? Who would finance that for the average person? That poor struggle those companies have which operate with what is essentially immunity. How can I help them? Pay them more money or willingly give up more of my privacy to them?
  3. It meets your religiously pluralistic (and politcal) desires? Odd considering it's predominantly comprised of one religion.
  4. Utah is suffocating, literally, spiritually, mentally. Wild fire smoke in summer, inversion in winter. Every article in periodicals is framed as the Church agrees with or opposes (topic) The FBI had a mortgage fraud team that focused on UT alone, due to it's incredibly high rate of fraud based on its smaller population. More antidepressant usage in UT than in any other state https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2002-feb-20-mn-28924-story.html
  5. I would hate to think a random stranger on a forum disagreed with me. Perish the thought
  6. Some libertarians despise religionists. They can have the state of Jefferson in CA, negotiating with much more reasonable people, like CA's legislature and the non-Jesusland national Congress
  7. Would you find the book more engaging if every other chapter was about my wife's mission (South America)?
  8. Good point. NOVA and Philly won't join but the rest of VA and PA can.
  9. Very true. I wonder though, who is it who's coercing us into monogamy? Social conditioning? Yes, but from what groups and people?
  10. Because Patriarchy, the greatest evil ever known to humankind.
  11. True but that will ally New England states and CA, OR, WA. If you'll pardon the pun, politics makes strange bed fellows.
  12. A large Israeli study shows that getting the Wuhan Flu and recovering confers “durable immunity,” thirteen times better than the vaccine. The National Institutes of Health leans on a modeling study to say that the vaccine is better. But both can’t be true. So the critical thinker must ask why the results conflict. The NIH funded study looked at mechanisms, but the Israeli study looked at people. Mechanisms don’t get sick, people do. So the NIH proclamation doesn’t fit with the facts on the ground. Another government agency has lied to us. How long have they been lying? And about what subjects?
  13. The letter from the First Presidency was, IMHO, opinion, counsel, not doctrine. One letter, to me, does not equal a concert of clarity (Elder Bednar, Oct 2020 General COnf: "The consistency of prophetic counsel over time creates a powerful concert of clarity and a warning volume far louder than solo performances can ever produce.") Their letter to me seems more like PR / Public Affiars material that can be used as an exhibit or addendum in a breifing submitted to BIden or Romney about efforts the Church has made to comply w/ the only "approved" treatment, when the tax status of the Church is examined by our benevolent IRS. I seem to recall Elder Ballard - maybe others - in General COnference encouraging members to seek professinal medical advice and healthcare from licensed physicians. So, no I don't think the FIrst Presidency wants people to ignore their doctors' recommendations. The effectiveness of masks:https://rationalground.com/mask-charts/ I'm not getting vaccinated and have no problem w/ my faith. If other do, that is their decision not mine. Relatedly: Anthony Fauci has been on the inside of coronavirus vaccine development for decades. Fauci’s history with HIV and AIDS, letting millions die after treatments were available, so he could get public funding: https://www.bitchute.com/video/IDEUXca6LWYj/ Vaccines seem to be less effective in combating the delta variant. https://www.infectioncontroltoday.com/view/vaccines-not-as-effective-against-delta-variant-says-cdc-data Therefore, we should engage in another shutdown while waiting for another vaccine? Ineffectiveness of masks: https://rationalground.com/mask-charts/ Knowing this, the goal of masking then is what, increased spread Another lockdown? 1/3 of people in the US already contracted COVID. 50% of the US is fully vaccinated. Herd immunity's goalpost was 60% but has been moved to what now 70%, 80%, 100%? Then we'll need to reach herd immunity via additional vaccien for Delta and Lambda or 5 month boosters for each variant? NIH data modeling vs. research based on people: https://townhall.com/columnists/tednoel/2021/08/30/critical-thinking-091-n2594955 thirteen effective protocols for at-home therapy of COVID A 20X INCREASE IN ENDOMETRIAL CANCER, VACCINES DROPPING CD8 IMMUNE CELLS: https://www.bitchute.com/video/wGKbPz19ju3V/
  14. If homosexuality is an inalienable human right, so are polygamy and polyandry By Kwaku Badu LISTEN AUG 2, 2021 0 Apparently, the opponents of the LGBTQI+ practices have been contending somewhat consistently that if the act of homosexuality is an inalienable human right, so is polygamy-the practice of a man marrying two or more spouses. Recently, we have been reading with an intense interest that the Parliament of South Africa is blissfully deliberating on the idea of giving the right to women to practise polyandry-marry more than one husband if they so wish. Indeed, if the act of homosexuality is deemed as a sexual or romantic preference, so are polyandry and polygamy. One would think of human rights as universal, interrelated, interdependent, inalienable, and indivisible, as rights shared equally by everyone regardless of sex, race, nationality and wealth. However, the opposing political traditions over the centuries have settled on conflicting visions of human rights anchored in past social struggles. Suffice it to emphasise that such historical legacy and contemporary contestable meanings of human rights have been persisting despite the estimable efforts of the architects of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Ishay 2004). We should, however, not lose sight of the fact that basic human rights are based on values like dignity, fairness, equality, respect and independence. But then again, human rights are not just abstract concepts – they are defined and protected by national and international laws. Given that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights acknowledges that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights, one would have expected universal coverage of human rights. However, it does not appear to be the case. The human rights of some members of the human family who have disparate sexual preference are non-existent in most countries (UN 2011). How sexual preference became an inalienable human right in international law Mertus (2007) asserts that before 1993, the idea of "sexual rights” was non-existent in international documents. Mertus insists that apart from the provisions prohibiting discrimination on the grounds of sex, the concepts of sexuality and sex practices were utterly absent. As a result of strenuous endeavours of a vociferous and well organized coalition of women's rights advocates, phraseologies of sexuality were included in the 1993 Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action. But despite the inclusion of sexuality in the 1993 Vienna Declaration and the Programme of Action, the idea of a right to sexuality was incorporated only in a negative sense, as in recognition of women's right to be free from sexual violence (Mertus 2007). It was not until the International Conference on Production and Development in 1994 that sexuality would "begin to sneak into international documents as something positive rather than always violent, abusive, or sanctified and hidden by heterosexual marriage and childbearing." In 2006, a committee of human rights experts came up with the Yogyakarta Principles, which emphasised the application of International Human Rights Law in relation to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (Yogyakarta 2006). Ironically, in 2006, joint statements were delivered by Norway on behalf of 54 States (UN 2011). Besides, in 2011, joint statements were delivered by Colombia on behalf of eighty five States (UN 2012). The breakthrough, however, came in June 2011, when South Africa delivered a statement resulting in HRC/RES/17/19, adopted by a recorded vote of twenty three to nineteen, with three abstentions (UN 2011). Somehow, the statement delivered by South Africa resulted in first United Nations resolution on sexual orientation and gender identity. The resolution sought to register “grave concern” at violence and discrimination against individuals based on their sexual orientation and gender identity. More importantly, the adoption of the resolution prepared the grounds for the first official United Nations report on the issue produced by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. The report’s findings formed the basis of panel discussion that took place at the Council in March 2012, the first time a United Nations intergovernmental body had held a formal debate on the subject (UN 2012). Since then, many countries have been making a determined effort to fortify human rights protection for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, according to the United Nations 2012 report. The report stressed that a slew of new laws have been adopted – including laws banning discrimination, penalizing homophobic hate crimes, granting recognition of same-sex relationships, and making it easier for transgender people to secure official documents that represent their preferred gender (UN2012). Based on the above exegesis, I would like to submit that since homosexuals have inalienable rights under the international law, the international community must, as a matter of equality, show fairness to polygamists across the world by acknowledging and documenting plural marriage in the international law. K. Badu, UK. k.badu2011@gmail.com Kwaku Badu, © 2021 The author has 1074 publications published on ModernGhana.Column: KwakuBadu
  15. How would this be done, unless each student advertised thier orientation? How would faculty and staff know?
  16. I read this article a while back and found it's suggestions aligning with some of my own. I've noticed in recent years how the only content I post on social media is related to my business. I've filtered my own thoughts seeing many likeminded people getting banned, losing jobs, etc. Curious to know what you all think? Does Biblical history, the War of Northern Agression, the State of Deseret, Native American soveriegnty (legally and religiously (peyote - https://www.jstor.org/stable/1408995)), and the sovereignty we all seek between Church and State lead to a separation, or calling away (Moses leading Israel out of Egypt, early Christians, early members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? The Silent Christian Secession Post authorBy Andrew Torba Post dateFebruary 1, 2021 Over the course of the past week Gab has been deplatformed by one of our banks, a business we were working with to source new server hardware, third-party infrastructure analysis software, and even our accountant. This isn’t anything new for us. We’ve been deplatformed by 25+ service providers including both app stores, PayPal, dozens of payment processors, hosting providers, email services, and more. When this happens I rejoice and praise God because I know that He is working to separate the wheat from the chaff. This deplatforming inevitably reforms Gab into an even more resilient community, business, and platform. We don’t just sit around and whine when these things happen, we immediately get to work. We aren’t victims, we are builders. Personally I don’t believe the common Christian mantra to “be in the world, but not of the world” means giving the enemy our money, time, and data.This has got to stop, right now. John 15:19 If you were of the world, the world would love its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, because of this the world hates you. I am in the process of transitioning every part of my financial expenses to support Christian businesses, Christian media companies, Christian content creators, and Christian people. I am done giving my money to The Enemy and funding the destruction of our country and values. I encourage everyone else to do the same. If they are not serving God, they are serving Satan and I’m simply not going to fund that activity. Deeply examine the businesses, brands, and media companies you currently support both financially and with your time. If they are virtue signaling critical theory nonsense or owned by demons you should immediately stop paying them and using their services. At this point we have no choice but to “build our own” everything. That starts by supporting those who are already building and share our values. It’s not about simply building our own social networking platforms anymore, it’s about building our own Christian economy. One without cancel culture. One that doesn’t embrace the demonic and degenerate cult religion of critical theory. Critical theory (cultural marxism, the cult of social justice, etc) is a fraudulent, vapid, and pathetic subversion of well-meaning Christians, churches, and Christian values in general. It lures decent God-fearing people into practicing a false and demonic pseudo-religion designed to accelerate their spiritual and literal demise. It preys on the malleable minds of our youth. It enslaves those who practice it and seeks to destroy those who do not. It is a demonic imitation gospel and most certainly not the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It must be mocked, shunned, and rebuked by all Christians. Now is not the time to sleepwalk through history on this subject. We must know the enemy’s fake gospel better than they know it themselves so we can lead others away from it and towards to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Talk to your kids about these things. Homeschool them if at all possible. Cut the cable cord. Delete the Big Tech apps from their phones and your own. We have a lot of work to do, but remember that we have the Creator of the Universe on our side. Through Him all things are possible. I was talking about some of these things with a friend this morning and she used a term that made a lot of sense to me: “the silent secession.” At the moment this secession is largely digital and economic, not geographical, but perhaps that will change at some point in the future. I, for one, am in full support of Jesusland. America is a Christian nation. The foundation of Western Civilization itself is built on Christianity and more specifically: on the firm foundation of Jesus Christ. The second that changed is the second the destruction began. Our Christian “kindness” and “tolerance” have fueled our own destruction and have been weaponized against us. Tolerance is not a Christian virtue. We are commanded to hate that which is evil (Psalm 97:10, Romans 12:9) not to fund it and give our time to it. We have naively believed that pagans and others would not cut us down the moment they got into power as we are seeing unfold before our eyes over the past few decades. Lesson learned. A tough one to learn, but one that has been learned many times throughout history. 1 John 2:15 Do not love the world nor the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. It’s time to start adhering to this Biblical standard. Andrew Torba CEO, Gab.com February 1, 2021 Jesus is King
  17. Getting a thread shut down here or getting banned, just like getting banned, shadow-banned, or warned by Twitter, FB,etc. can only reasoably be seen as badges of honor.
  18. Very true. Add confirmation bias to that and...here we are, endlessly trying to accomodate endless cyber flash mobs.
  19. Good question. I guess it could be but how does one write books such as those without unintenionally providing opinions whihc some see as political?
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