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Anti-Globalist [S] 8 points ago

This only means anything if the people accept that it means something.

I don't need someone with a robe and an expensive college degree to tell me what the first amendment means.

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."

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Anti-Globalist [S] 5 points ago

Open every package in your cart.

Works even better in places when they claim they don't accept cash.

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Anti-Globalist [S] 20 points ago

A good life lesson can be learned here. Never try to reason with retards.

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Anti-Globalist [S] 2 points ago

When you get to leviticus and numbers, don't despair, Deuteronomy is coming. When you're overcome with the tedious repetition, counting the family members, particularly describing the temples, etc read Ecclasiasts, Job, Proverbs.

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Anti-Globalist [S] 6 points ago

Because the pay is shit. It always has been. Teachers whine about it constantly. If being a teacher was as hard as is claimed, the pay would be higher.

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Anti-Globalist [S] 2 points ago

Because that's realistic.

Why not ask would I prefer people to spit in my mouth?

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Anti-Globalist [S] 6 points ago

It literally says on the package that it doesn't provide any protection against chinavirus. Placebo

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Anti-Globalist [S] 7 points ago

Collectivism.... ideas so good they must be mandatory.

Wouldn't it be better to use logic, reason, common sense, medical studies, verified information, etc to convince people rather than the threat of being murdered for resisting?

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Anti-Globalist [S] 1 point ago

Let's say that I am up to date on every vaccine available, including the prostitute/ intravenous drug user shots. Does that prove or disprove my comment?

Let's say that I've never been vaccinated and currently have typhoid, smallpox, measles, mumps, hepatitis A-Z, polio, etc. Does that prove or disprove my comment.

Now go on, type "Julie Gerberding" into your favorite search engine. Nothing to see here. Captured agencies are a conspiracy theory.

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Anti-Globalist [S] 0 points ago

So you've read Wakefield's late 90s work? Or you listened to people that smear his character?

Would you be surprised to learn that he had other coauthors?

Would you be surprised to learn he concluded that people should still be vaccinated?

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Anti-Globalist [S] 8 points ago

You should research the polio vaccine, sv 40, & cancer. Maurice Hilleman. Look at the infection rates of polio infection from the decades before the vaccine and after. Look at the cancer rates before and after the polio vaccine.

It is a deep rabbit hole and it completely shatters worldviews.

Correlation does not equal causation unless the the 2 most trusted entities to ever exist, government and pharmaceutical corporations, say it is so. It instantly becomes unquestionable truth and anyone that says otherwise is a conspiracy theorist.

Ask other questions like who is Julie Gerberding and why is she important? What incentives exist for Merck to make a vaccine that is safe and/or effective? If GSK knowingly makes a bad batch of product that circulates, is there a punishment? And if so, what is the punishment? Andrew Wakefield was a fairly controversial figure that was in the national spotlight in the 1990s. Do you know why? Did you ever look at his research? His conclusions? What is the NCVIA? What is VAERS?

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Anti-Globalist [S] 7 points ago

Will the vaccine have MSG? Aluminum? Thimerosal? Formaldehyde?

If I'm injected with the magic shot and have an adverse reaction will it be reported? If so, to who? Who is held liable?

How will the magic shot be tested for safety and efficacy? Will the tests be double blind placebo controlled? And what will be contained in the placebo?

Will I be allowed to read the insert?

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Anti-Globalist [S] 3 points ago

Hannity is the king of ad hominem. "Why do you hate America" was what he would ask callers opposed his support of the Iraq war. He's as fake as beck.

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Anti-Globalist [S] 7 points ago

This is a great comparison. A man operating his business in broad daylight that could only have people come in by their own consent and a caught criminal that was depriving another person of their property are so similar as to be the same. No daylight between the two. If only the business owner had his mommy go on teevee and say he was a good boy that dindo nuffin and he was going to enroll in astronaut school.

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Anti-Globalist [S] 3 points ago

There really is a BO highway. I-55 in Illinois. I'm not sure the distance of the renamed road, but I know there is at least one sign declaring the section of road renamed in glorious leader's honor. It is what you expect from government... a shitty road littered with potholes in both lanes in both directions.

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Anti-Globalist [S] 2 points ago

1 - The light in your eyes. It's a tell all for everything else. The blank stare of nothingness is so common to see. Just pay attention, look into people's eyes from afar and you'll see it. Eventually it becomes an unmistakable beacon. Keep your head up and look around at all times. Study your ever changing world. What captured my attention was someone not of the world and it was instantly obvious. 2 - Be aggressive and go after what you want and don't apologize for it. But temper your aggression as to not be that woman. 3 - I'd say just ask. Bluntly. But to be subtle you could tell a story about how you went to a shooting range, you like to fish, you've read a book, you didn't get information from teevee, you attended a rally to open business, etc.

And on church... If people aren't coming up to you on your first visit and introducing themselves. If the preacher isn't talking about Jesus and his work a LOT. If it's all a theatrical performance with lights and fog. If the Bible is not preached on. If there are idols everywhere. If people aren't smiling. If singing makes up any more than 1/3 of the time spent. If there isn't any praying. All these are indicators of the wrong church. The perfect church doesn't exist. If the perfect church did exist it wouldn't accept you (me) as a member. And if it did accept you (me) as a member, it wouldn't no longer be a perfect church.

[Edit to add] Good job getting rid of the 80% of the dead weight "friends" that were holding you down.

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