Anyone here in prime military draft age, 18-25? by AmericanMuskrat in AskSaidIt

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And the matrix could care less about you.

Anyone here in prime military draft age, 18-25? by AmericanMuskrat in AskSaidIt

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If you are male then yes, as long as there's more than a few you are of no value at all because others have an endless supply of seed and can completely replace you. Not even your own body cares about you. You are the lowly of this world, the slave, the scapegoat and the bearer of all problems. You deserve nothing according to this world and you are obligated to do everything. You have no rights, no freedom, barely even free will. What a miserable existence. I really want mine to end.

Anyone here in prime military draft age, 18-25? by AmericanMuskrat in AskSaidIt

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And we get our comfort and mental health and fulfillment destroyed for fighting abilities precisely because of our worthlessness. But even if we had no advantage in fighting at all, we all know it still wouldn't be any different. That we are worthless and don't count as human beings is hardwired into everyone's brains.

Mother: teachers manipulated child to change gender identity by AmericanMuskrat in SuperStraight

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At least the biological females got a fucking choice.

Anyone here in prime military draft age, 18-25? by AmericanMuskrat in AskSaidIt

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But only the males, because we are more worthless than anything else in life, even less than the shit we walk on.

Maybe it's time to join Aaron Swartz. I'd have more dignity dead and it can't possibly be any worse than this life which is literally demon-run.

If I identify as a woman can I get free gibs from the government? by yabbit in women

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Most likely

Mother: teachers manipulated child to change gender identity by AmericanMuskrat in SuperStraight

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This is why everyone hates trans people

Do American conservatives even still exist? by Vulptex in politics

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And thats because most of them were deplatformed by big tech. Their voices were silenced.

It happened in real life and conservative-leaning media as well.

Conservatives got 'radicalised' after the BLM and Antifa riots in the summer of 2020. When they rioted in dozens of major citys and caused billions in damages, without any criticism from the media or politicians.

That's my hunch too. I wonder if it was all set up for that very purpose.

How did this place become a liberal shill hole? They seem to live in an alt reality. by Eeek in politics

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Indeed I am

How did this place become a liberal shill hole? They seem to live in an alt reality. by Eeek in politics

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It's not my tinfoil hat I don't think. Maybe it's just my folks, but it started happening around the same time the media shifted, so I don't think so. The main issues seem to be that this new right is too consumed with hatred and sees this as war where anything is justified, and they have this new obsession with extreme "traditional values" that came out of nowhere. And not American ideals.

How did this place become a liberal shill hole? They seem to live in an alt reality. by Eeek in politics

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Many have. Even people I know in real life have lost it and are calling for purges of anything remotely associated with liberals, even the victims of liberal appropriation. Many of them now hate America and want to return to monarchy and pre-Enlightenment society. For some reason they've decided that too much freedom is the culprit of liberal craziness and "degeneracy", which is the opposite of their original view. And anyone who holds on to their own old values is now a liberal in their eyes. If you want an example, there are plenty on this site alone.

Most of the others withdrew and became apolitical, and more extreme ones turned to different names such as libertarian. They are no longer accepted by their former allies.

The only people I've seen recently who still talk about "conservatism" are liberals who use it as a dirtyword for anything they don't like, and diehard Trump supporters who don't care about anything but Trump and live in the past, oblivious to this recent development. I don't mean people who like Trump, but the ones who worship Trump like he's the messiah and can do no wrong.

There's still a few stragglers like I was for a while, but I noticed my friends and family members starting to say some really concerning things, and it matches the pattern I've seen online.

Conservatives split off into completely different schools and the term no longer has a solid definition. At this point calling yourself conservative basically just means you're not a liberal, which of course isn't saying much. But what I'm amazed with is how suddenly it happened, and what could've triggered it. My main suspicion is that the George Floyd riots painted a new picture in some peoples' minds of liberals as anarchists rather than big government loving totalitarian commies, causing the more reactionary ones to go the opposite direction.

Morpheus is secretly an agent of Big Pharma. He offers you two choices, but both of them are pills. Nice try Morpheus, you can't fool me into taking your poison. by Antarchomachus in conspiracy

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Red and blue are common colors. I feel like the "trans metaphor" story was made up so they could get some PC points, because there's not even a hint of it in the actual movies.

Do American conservatives even still exist? by Vulptex in politics

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You're still living in the past like me then. My definitions are the same as yours. But if you take a look around, everyone elses' has completely changed. And as for the GOP, it doesn't really have a platform anymore other than catch-all "not Democrat". There's the liberal Democrats and everyone else is the Republicans. There's really no talk of "independents" anymore because that's basically what the GOP is now.

That's not necessarily a bad thing, but what worries me is that a very authoritarian "anti-liberalism" has become popular in conservatism's place for many. How they could flip flop on their values so quickly I don't know, but I guess humans are easily taken over by hatred. A few of them seem willing to create a Nazi dictatorship against their own beliefs purely for the petty sake of pissing off liberals (ironic because in all but name it's closer to the latter's agenda). That is, if they still have beliefs at all. And you can't try to reason with either of them because they both just accuse you of being the other one and dismiss you as an enemy. And if either of them wins, brace yourself for a dictatorship.

American classical liberals and conservatives are now hold the most universally rejected ideology by the masses. To the liberals fascists and to the new right liberals. What was once central to America is now the scum of the Earth.

Only 2 years ago we'd have never dreamed of this.

How did this place become a liberal shill hole? They seem to live in an alt reality. by Eeek in politics

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people with traditional values, they'll try to do anything to get things "back to normal", the way the country was for a long time.

And therefore most of them have become the very thing they swore to destroy.

Morpheus is secretly an agent of Big Pharma. He offers you two choices, but both of them are pills. Nice try Morpheus, you can't fool me into taking your poison. by Antarchomachus in conspiracy

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He's an agent of the matrix who brings people who figure out the matrix into a fake real world so they think they've woken up when they're actually still in the matrix.

How did this place become a liberal shill hole? They seem to live in an alt reality. by Eeek in politics

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Because generations of schooling and raising people as robots who obey instructions and never question authority causes them to give their blind support and submission to the elites.

But still, all those Trump signs show what the silent majority really thinks.

Has the Bell Curve ruined anyone elses enjoyment of life? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Well it's the truth.

Do American conservatives even still exist? by Vulptex in politics

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I don't see why everyone thinks me awknowleding the existence of Trump fanatics means I'm calling everyone who supports Trump a fanatic.

Do American conservatives even still exist? by Vulptex in politics

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No, I said the Trump fanatics are the only people still associated with "conservative". Everyone else seems to have left. I'm well aware that there are far more people who support Trump than the fanatics.

Do American conservatives even still exist? by Vulptex in politics

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Me? How did I block Trump or be racist? I even voted for him.

Do American conservatives even still exist? by Vulptex in politics

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When did I say that?

Has the Bell Curve ruined anyone elses enjoyment of life? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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I'm not happy with humans at all.

Actually this whole world is the matrix or a dream controlled by demons and even my own flesh is against me. This entire existence is founded upon evil dominating and thriving.

Reddit manipulates up- and downvotes by auch999 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Well, I think they do manipulate the scores in favor of certain subreddits and default mod cabal members, and against everyone else.

However, you might also be banned, caught by the spam filter, be voting from someone's user profile page (this is shadowbanned to prevent vote stalkers and bots from targeting specifc users), or someone else downvoted while you upvoted (check if the % upvoted is any different). Or, ocassionally there's a caching delay.

Reddit manipulates up- and downvotes by auch999 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Actually they manipulate it mostly so that default mods and cabal power users can always have the front page.

Why do academics often seem to think they're so much smarter than the people in industry and finance? by RickyMoore in Libertarianism

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And I'm too crippled for either.

Why do academics often seem to think they're so much smarter than the people in industry and finance? by RickyMoore in Libertarianism

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The same reason we compel everyone to absurd amounts of schooling and every job nowadays requires a college degree for no reason. Academics are the be-all end-all to everything according to this generation, so if you excel in it you're a leader and if you don't you're basically considered a bad person.

Academics are also a very easy method to brainwash people into submission. Part of the reason support for authoritarianism is increasing is because young people have spent their whole lives sitting down, obeying instructions like robots, and never questioning authority, facing severe punishment if they dare step out of line. To them, strong authority is a given and they have never dreamed of freedom.

There’s enough sperm sitting in donation centres to impregnate every adult women on earth. If men disappeared tomorrow the human race would continue. by trident765 in nonmorons

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Anyone born in a male body is under a curse of neglect and abuse and worthlessness for as long as they live in this world.

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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Interesting. What about mainstream Christianity does it contradict? Because I have some suspicions myself.

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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It's controlled by private collectors as much as it is Israel. The scrolls that are supposedly from the New Testament were tiny fragments of a few words that just happen to line up with something in the New Testament, but turned out to be from the Greek Old Testament.

What would Israel have to hide anyway? They don't believe in Christianity. I'd be much more concerned if a Christian party controlled it, because they could have theological agendas.

Wouldn't it be funny if we are actually under Obama's 3rd term he wanted but couldn't get till now? by Eeek in conspiracy

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It's not even a "what if", they actually said so: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jV8oBRRcBU4

But as for all that prophecy stuff, no I don't think Obama fits that description. To my knowledge "black man" in ancient times would probably mean a man who is the color black, not someone with brown skin color. And most of the Revelation stuff fits best with Roman incidents that occured shortly afterward, not something in the far-off future.

Does it feel like the moment Biden got elected all the light of the world got snuffed out? by Eeek in censorship

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Sometime in 2013 yes, long before Biden got elected and I don't see what that would have to do with it either.

Of course that could also mean everything before then is false memory fabricated to cover up my real life, and the nature of that is different from real memory of false reality.

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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The Nag Hammadi Library yes, but the Dead Sea Scrolls bear no markings of Christianity. And they're also mostly in Hebrew, so if they are Christian that kind of goes against your claim that Christianity was always all Greek.

What if CERN actually DID end the world in 2012 AND a massive lie is being pushed to keep us distracted hence everything on extreme? by Eeek in censorship

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You really think CERN is smart enough to end the world, instantly design the matrix in a now-nonexistent world and put everyone who no longer exists in it without noticing, and then cover up all the evidence seamlessly?

Far more likely that everything has always been fake, only sometime in 2013 the architects lowered the quality and realism and increased the sadism, and sped up time. Or I'm just dreaming all of this, and to be honest this life does follow the same pattern as those dreams where it's "clearly real" yet something just doesn't add up about all of it and you feel you're about to wake up from it (and you do). And it's like one of those realistic nightmares, where everything just conspires to go wrong. Plus I really feel like I have a whole other "real life" that's on the tip of my tongue but I just can't remember. Whatever this one is, it shows the subtle signs of being a dream and doesn't feel authentic.

And of course every single time I think about this I see a post about it...

Awful advice from the T crowd by CleverFoolOfEarth in detrans

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But then you have to live with it for the rest of your life.

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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The Dead Sea Scrolls cannot be from Paul and James, they're all Old Testament and writings and rules for some non-Christian community (there are no references to Jesus or anything from the New Testament). The Dead Sea Scrolls also date as far back as a few centuries BC.

Paul's letters are from roughly 48-62 AD. And all of the gospels except John are probably from the first century.

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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Some of Paul's letters are from the 50s AD, only about 20 years afterward. The only reason they say everything else is after 70 is because of the part about the temple falling down. But in all fairness that comes from bias against the possibility of a fulfilled prophecy, because they don't like the idea of Jesus being real (but even if you don't believe in it, something like that could easily have been a coincidence, especially when it was already only a matter of time. Or even if a coincidence was implausible, it could be an interpolation).

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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It wasn't 100 years, and they clearly copied from written sources.

But the church fathers surely added a lot of their own material.

The importance of empathy in a healthy society. Ruthlessness as a tool of the ruling groups. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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It's probably hopeless. I mean we're talking about a species that watches brutal torture for entertainment here.

Daily Verse and Comment for 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 by doginventer in Christianity

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I'm not looking to punish or to hate, but to caution. Because very many are misled into hatred.

Matrix? No, thanks. by d3rr in Internet

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I was going to come here to make a joke about The Matrix, because I was already thinking about it just now...but then I saw that this sub is themed like the Matrix and the vote buttons are red and blue pills for no reason. A coincidence I'm sure.

Daily Verse and Comment for 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 by doginventer in Christianity

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The KJV is not special, and it's in fact worse off than modern versions because it uses newer and more corrupt manuscripts and there was far less knowledge than there is today, leading to many more misunderstandings.

It's not as though modern versions are innocent either. But they in fact go in the opposite direction of what you think here. They in fact try to protect the Bible from charges of being corrupted by changing things like "I did not command" to "I did not only command". The reason they differ from the KJV in 8:8 is because the KJV is incorrect. The Hebrew has שקר, which is "false", not "vain". The same error occurs in the commandment about using God's name. It's "for falsehood" or for deceit, not "in vain".

USA Swimming official quits in protest over transgender swimmer Lia Thomas by soundsituation in news

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They suck compared to men because life is evil, but they're competing against other women and not men (or at least they shouldn't be competing against men).

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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That's possible, but that's still someone else who translated their ideas into Greek.

USA Swimming official quits in protest over transgender swimmer Lia Thomas by soundsituation in news

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Why do you think women shouldn't be allowed to do sports?

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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Just because our current documents are in Greek doesn't mean that the authors spoke Greek, or even that the original writing was in Greek.

Daily Verse and Comment for 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 by doginventer in Christianity

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In the name of "choice," America is destroying her young people. It is only a matter of time before even the most unspeakable deviant practices become legal, rampant, public, and "acceptable" in America. And, all that to the hurt of sinner and society alike.

Is America not the land of the free? Or do only your own rights matter, to hell with anybody elses'?

I warn everyone that if you judge others, you yourself will be judged. Therefore if you demand that your rights be protected, yet persecute and take away rights from others, you are guilty.

Daily Verse and Comment for 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 by doginventer in Christianity

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In arguing this way, Bork is saying that legitimizing same-sex marriages crosses a line. Once crossed, no other moral barrier will hold against the onslaught of even the most bizarre proposals. How bizarre can bizarre become? Well, how bizarre is the proposal to legitimize pedophilia? After all, if a teenage girl no longer needs to receive parental permission to obtain an abortion, how far are we from legally approving intercourse between an adult and a consenting teenage boy? This is one of the most disturbing aspects of the floodgate principle. Mary Eberstadt shows that "the taboo against pedophilia is weakening."

And herein lies the crux of the fallacy. If all sin and righteousness was determined by social taboo, there would be nothing at all wrong with comitting adultery in your heart as long as you don't act on it. And then society and traditions of men would determine what is and isn't acceptable. Or do we live of the world?

But it is not determined by social taboo, but by morality. And morality dictates that preying on a child is an awful crime due to consent. And how can someone consent if they have no knowledge about what is being done to them, as a child?

Daily Verse and Comment for 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 by doginventer in Christianity

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This in turn will lead to an increase in the "homosexual syndrome," a collection of physical and psychological symptoms homosexuals are far more prone to display than heterosexuals. HIV/AIDS is just one set of these symptoms. Attempted suicide rates, commonly 300% higher in homosexuals than in heterosexuals, manifest another symptom (see "How Normal is Deviance?" CGG Weekly, October 22, 2004).

Which is why it has been said:

And with a male you shall not lie a woman's lyings

Because if you lie a woman's lyings you are having someone ejaculate into your anus, which is clearly unsanitary. But how is this unavoidable?

The word gay, attached to homosexuals, is a real misnomer, for homosexuals' lives are not at all gay. The homosexual syndrome manifests itself even in the most "gay-friendly" cultures. This fact exposes how absurd is the argument that psychological disorders in gays are the result of "social disapproval." Bork points out that no research exists to corroborate the notion that society's disapproval of homosexuals' lifestyles results in their increased incidence of psychological disorders. The homosexual syndrome, then, is directly related to sexual perversion itself and is not the product of a guilt-trip forced on sodomites by a supposedly intolerant culture.

Indeed. Mental disorders are associated with other mental disorders. But how is the victim of such a thing guilty? Or do people choose to suffer for no reason?

Daily Verse and Comment for 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 by doginventer in Christianity

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First, sanctioning gay marriage will endorse heterosexual promiscuity. By its very nature, legitimatizing homosexual marriage demeans "traditional marriage, [which] comes to be perceived as just one more sexual arrangement among others." Studies of the consequences of same-sex marriage in Scandinavia and the Netherlands hint that nontraditional marriage arrangements break "the symbolic link between marriage, procreation, and family.

Writer, do you make an idol out of marriage, procreation, and family? Have you not read that we will be like the angels, not marrying? Even your favorite apostle Paul says it is good not to marry. And whose family are we of, if not God's? Or do we create division in it? Or are we sold to human masters and under bondage of fleshly relations?

Daily Verse and Comment for 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 by doginventer in Christianity

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Robert Bork ("The Necessary Amendment," First Things, August/September 2004, p. 16) drives this point home in his comments about the effort to legalize homosexual marriage. Bork cites three reasons why "the consequences of homosexual marriage will affect you, your children, and your grandchildren, as well as the morality and health of the society in which you and they live."

I care very little about what the state says or their claims of authority over these matters, but I will warn that anyone who makes any effort for the state to make a particular decision in non-legal matters is becoming a dictator, prideful and arrogant and making an idol of themselves. Recall the incident with the baker being forced to cater to a gay wedding. So we know that we struggle against censorship and waning religious and personal liberty. And we know that defending such rights is important. But if you do the same thing to others yourself, what right do you have to complain when it is done to you? Are you not a hypocrite then? Do to others as you would have them do to you. Therefore if you are going to stand up for your own rights when they are threatened, you can't then go and steal others' as well!

Daily Verse and Comment for 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 by doginventer in Christianity

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1 Corinthians 6:9-10

(9) Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, (10) Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.

Leviticus 18:22

(22) Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.

Up to here it's all deliberately false translations.

Romans 1:26-27

(26) For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: (27) And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.

King James Version

It has been demonstrated that Romans 1:18-2:29 was written later by someone else and inserted into Romans (I think it even continues until 3:21, because the beginning of chapter 3 is still strange and 3:22 would be a very smooth transition from 1:17). This is clear based on style, the sudden shift in tone and audience and back again, and contradicting Paul's beliefs (especially chapter 2's statement that justification is by works of the Law).

Nevertheless, what Paul thinks of something doesn't matter, unless he successfully makes an argument for his case (which he does many times, but not here). Or was Paul crucified for you? Or were you baptized into the name of Paul?

Daily Verse and Comment for 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 by doginventer in Christianity

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They also changed the words that are actually there into what they want them to be. This is only one of many falsifications which nearly every Bible follows. I'd honestly rather have one translated by non-believers than people with a theological agenda. And of course to save their own skin, Jeremiah is usually blatantly changed to avoid charges against the "false pen of the scribes" and corrupted texts. They usually change "I did not command" to "I did not only command" to the laws called out as evil here, because sure enough they are in our Old Testament law books, but they want to protect the false doctrine of Biblical inerrancy, because otherwise most of the "proof texts" Christendom uses to justify evil would be exposed.

Speaking of deceptive scribes, I don't think chapters 5-6 and 7:2-5 were written by Paul either. They don't quite fit his style, they contradict his theology, and they desperately cling to metaphors he uses elsewhere, only with no reason or logic here, as if the writer is desperately trying to sound like Paul. And there is no coherent topic other than pastoral concerns. There are many similarities with 1 Timothy.

Nor does it matter if Paul did say these things, because he was only human after all.

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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The NIV is very biased though and even makes a few blatant changes. But there are many other options besides KJV and NIV.

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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No, they were from Palestinian areas, which was Aramaic. There is evidence that our Greek gospels are based on translations of lost originals. Although a few not-so-carefully-copied and heavily revised copies of Matthew in Hebrew have survived.

A readable version of the Bible without all the "thee"s and "thou"s cluttering everything up. Interesting to see the wealth of cultural icons here, not just Adam and Eve, but east of Eden, the mark of Cain, be fruitful and multiply, and so on. by Chipit in books

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What makes the KJV any different? If you're really worried about the fake translations yoy should be using an interlinear and checking to make sure even the interlinear gives you the right word.

But wait, there's also a whole bunch of differences between manuscripts and you have to pick the right ones. And if you think that's tricky there's also interpolations and edits, many deliberate, all over the place with no manuscript evidence at all because the church destroyed everything it didn't like.

Oh and wait, what if Greek isn't even the original language of half the books and is itself a translation of a long-lost original? How are we going to get that?

That seems like an impossible task. All for something that was ultimately written by men, which is the simple truth. The Bible was created by the church when it decided which books it liked and didn't like. And Jews did the same thing with the Old Testament. Scribes are often criticized in both testaments; and in fact Jeremiah 7-8 quite explicitly accuses them of falsifying things, and even calls out two specific things they added to the books of law (animal sacrifice and death penalty by burning). And sure enough, they are both mandated in our current copies.

And if you've ever found the Sermon on the Mount confusing with regard to the "you have heard that it was said...but I say to do this instead" part, if we accept that the previous bit about "not one letter will be abolished from the law" was probably inserted later, then the piece begins with the part about "if your justness does not exceed that of the SCRIBES and Pharisees". Think about what that's implying then, given that Jesus goes on to directly rebuke multiple Old Testament laws. And the typical dispensationalist argument won't cut it, because this took place before the resurrection. And throughout the Old Testament the characters seem to be either unaware of half the laws or don't follow them.

Traits any future wife/GF of mine must have by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Incels refuse to believe it. No matter how much evidence is put before them.

"The Bible is one of the greatest blessings bestowed by God on the children of men..." by 1000wombats in Christianity

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It's not his, it's the false pen of the scribes.

"The Bible is one of the greatest blessings bestowed by God on the children of men..." by 1000wombats in Christianity

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It has God for its author

Not one single book has ever been attributed to God.

and truth without any mixture for its matter. It is all pure.

Read Jeremiah and tell me that again (and make sure you aren't using a biased translation that inserts subtle words to completely change the meaning of something). All evidence shows that scribes have not transmitted the books faithfully (and even if they had, the authors themselves are also mere men, and the good news is not received from men, but from God).

And we know that older copies of the Bible have a lot of differences from later ones, meaning scribes and religious leaders changed it to their liking, just as it is written: "Look, truly for falsehood writes the false pen of the scribes." And if the book is inerrant, and declares itself to contain errors, then it must contain errors, because that too is an inerrant statement is it not? And therefore it is not inerrant.

The book is rife with contradictions. There is not Jew or Greek, slave or free, male and female. The same law is to be applied to the foreigner and the Jew...but also goyim are also too unclean to enter the temple and Jews cannot intermarry with them as not to corrupt their "holy race". Male and female he created them in the image of God...but also women are so unholy that they cannot even enter the temple, or even speak in public...all the while many female leaders are recorded. Eunuches are worthy of praise...but also too unclean to enter the temple. Thou shalt not kill...but also commit genocide. Do not repay evil with evil, and turn the other cheek...but also an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth, show no pity. Human scribes seize the opportunity to insert human rules to mislead people and control them.

Now does it make sense why Jesus complains about the scribes so much? And indeed, Judaism was still producing the Jewish Bible in his day.

Not only that, but there was no "Bible" until 150 AD, not in Judaism or Christianity, nor did God ever authorize one. And a Bible did not exist for the vast majority of Christians until the council of Rome, 3 and a half centuries after Jesus, and all the decisions were made based on what the church liked. And even that was revised all the way until the 1600s, when Protestants removed the apocryphal books.

And on top of all of that, our translations are heavily biased to skew the meaning even more in favor of the greedy church officials and popular preachers who want to control and steal from people. And woe to them for being popular, for this is how people treated the false prophets.

Watch out! Don't be misled by the traditions of men.

I hate trannies and queers by Thegayrabbi in whatever

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Greek? I'm not seeing it. Jesus is thoroughly Hebrew, in fact almost everything he says is some kind of Hebrew poetry, and is full of references to the Hebrew Bible.

I hate trannies and queers by Thegayrabbi in whatever

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Jesus here was merely quoting from your own book. You have only called your own law stupid.

And how are the victims of evil the guilty ones? If that is the case, then Jews are the most guilty people of all. Because for millenia few have been persecuted as much as you have.

Leftism is Gnostic Crypto-Christianity by RickyMoore in Libertarianism

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Then how did the Romans "rightfully" persecute Christians on their own property? Or is libertarianism for me but not for thee?

I don't give a shit whether you consider that libertarian, because I am interested in ideas and results

That sounds extremely authoritarian.

This Largely Ignored CDC Study Found That SARS-CoV-2 Infection Was Already Widespread in the United States by Mid-December 2019 by raven9 in Coronavirus

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I and almost everyone I know caught it between December 2019 and February 2020. I had it again this year, different variant but definitely the same thing overall, and most people who caught it a second time agree.

Any of you niggas think we're living in a simulation? by yabbit in whatever

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Absolutely, and it hates my guts. I'm certainly not at the top of its hitlist, but it hates me enough to make so many little things go wrong at exactly the right times as to slowly drive me insane. And it messes up my mind and makes me irritable and depressed and foggy and talentless and unimaginitive and without energy with no escape, and makes me worse than everyone else, and makes my body very uncomfortable and ugly for me. And to top it all off, whenever I have a friend or someone I admire, most of them have the best lives. And to add insult to injury, the more they are like me, the better they are, and the better their luck is too.

Of course it's also done so in such a way that no one else can possibly notice, or understand half of it. But it's all much too personal for me to believe it's all sheer coincidence.

The only things that keep me from ending my life are cowardice and fear of the effects it'll have on others.

Any of you niggas think we're living in a simulation? by yabbit in whatever

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I don't have access to anything else.

Why are women such massive whores nowadays? by yabbit in AskSaidIt

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They've always been, because female sexuality isn't shamed or punished like male sexuality is. In fact it's so nontaboo that it's often not even considered sexual. And the flip side of the coin is that everything men do is assumed to be sexual, and since male sexuality is taboo, perverted.

My dik is smol by yabbit in offmychest

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And mine is way too big.

Leftism is Gnostic Crypto-Christianity by RickyMoore in Libertarianism

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I am in favor of rank, property and rampant inequality

How is that Libertarian? Aren't we trying to do away with such authority and governing?

The ‘left’ we have today is essentially a return to primitive Christianity, it is gnostic (against the external world and wealth, against power and order), egalitarian (there is no Jew or Greek, male or female), and apocalyptic (muhClimateChange!)

That is the last thing they are. All they care about is making their pockets bigger and controlling everyone and everything and gaining power. They are the ones controlling the media and silencing dissent. They are the ones who determine what is acceptable or not acceptable, what people hear and don't do, what is allowed and isn't allowed. They are anything but egalitarian, half of them want to exterminate men! And as for order, they want to make slaves of white people. If they had it their way they'd run us like North Korea. And if your explanation for why they hate Christianity were true, would they not despise Islam 10 times more so (I am not accusing Muslims of anything, but by the left's rule of judging a faith by its worst people, Islam has far more terrorism and evil; perhaps simply because they have absolute power in many countries whereas the fake Christians do not, though they desperately want it).

the anti-world, anti-family, anti-children Gnostic loser cults that the Romans and Catholics rightfully persecuted with fire and sword.

Rightfully?! I must ask, do you consider yourself libertarian? Because it is clear that you do not even recognize the right of freedom of expression and religion.

What did you miss about the 2000's? by WalkingIn2Madness in AskSaidIt

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The Berenstein Bears

Look who just got banned! by Heterophobe4Life in WatchRedditDie

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your humanity is to be questioned.

I take that as a compliment.

Daily Verse and Comment for Matthew 5:6 by doginventer in Christianity

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What does this have to do with wokeness?

Daily Verse and Comment for Matthew 5:6 by doginventer in Christianity

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Probably an interpolation. This part of the sermon is a chain of wordplays and puns, and this verse interrupts the sequence. It's probably an attempt to explain away Luke's "Blessed are those who hunger" by making it "those who hunger 'for righteousness'" (the same person also changed "poor" (עניים) to "humble-spirited" (שפלי רוח); the next line is about the meek (ענוים)).

Do programmer chicks put out? by yabbit in programming

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Sorry, I won't do that. But you can keep me tied up in your basement if you want.

They're murdering people using COVID protocols by jamesK_3rd in whatever

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However they can inflate that death toll to prolong lockdowns

SHOCK REPORT: Women have it BETTER than men in most nations by Vulptex in whatever

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Why does being female make you more deserving and pardon you of any guilt?

People have a more natural tendency to be selfless than what most may think. The nature of collective identity and tribes. by HibikiBlack in C_S_T

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Which is a problem. Human nature is almost PURE evil.

SHOCK REPORT: Women have it BETTER than men in most nations by Vulptex in whatever

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It's mostly nature, and what's nurture is rooted in nature. That's what makes misandry so bad: we're genetically programmed for it.

Trans prisoners ‘switch gender again’ once freed from women’s units by jet199 in NotTheOnion

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I mean "gender fluid" is also valid, if you think that transgenders are valid...

and since " a woman is whoever says they are a woman", then being a woman becomes meaningless.

Tucute nonsense

Trans prisoners ‘switch gender again’ once freed from women’s units by jet199 in NotTheOnion

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Wanna kidnap me?

People have a more natural tendency to be selfless than what most may think. The nature of collective identity and tribes. by HibikiBlack in C_S_T

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Yeah, selfless when it benefits them, which isn't really selfless at all. And only within their tribe, otherwise they're brutal. People learn selflessness, it's not natural, just like almost everything good.

SHOCK REPORT: Women have it BETTER than men in most nations by Vulptex in whatever

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Yes, women have it worse in some countries. Why is it worse for a few women to face discrimination than an entire planet of men? You are more responsive to suffering when women are the victims.

Most people have this idea that women inherently deserve more and are always innocent.

SHOCK REPORT: Women have it BETTER than men in most nations by Vulptex in whatever

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Why does the author matter more than the content?

SHOCK REPORT: Women have it BETTER than men in most nations by Vulptex in whatever

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Your instincts just interpret womens' hardships as more severe.

The reason people prefer sons is because they can be work slaves and soldiers rather than delicate flowers to protect and nurture.

Trans prisoners ‘switch gender again’ once freed from women’s units by jet199 in NotTheOnion

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How about kidnapping?

Ghislaine Maxwell convicted in Epstein sex abuse case by [deleted] in news

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/u/maxwellhill still hasn't posted since the arrest.

Where Are You At? by EddieC in whatever

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First they came for...

Where Are You At? by EddieC in whatever

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The problem is:

  • The Media: the Right / the Left

  • The Political Parties: the Right / the Left / the Duopoly

  • The Deep State: CIA, FBI, NIH...

  • Gullible humans with blind tribal instincts

  • Evil human nature

Intentionally contracting Covid in Switzerland ‘may land you in jail for 5 years’ by Drewski in NoNewNormal

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Even Switzerland is doing this?

Merry Christmas saidit! by magnora7 in whatever

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שלום יהודי שקר

Merry Christmas saidit! by magnora7 in whatever

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Merry Christmas!

Why does God just want to "do away" with the world he created instead of revitalizing it? by BlueFrost in Christianity

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Every generation thinks they're the last one. Even Paul assumed he'd still be alive at the end. And it's even worse when swindlers and doomsayers have access to international media like never before.

In reality, the majority of Revelation is about Roman persecution and the downfall of the Roman empire. They couldn't say it outright because Roman officials read peoples' letters, so they had to write cryptic messages. 666 is the number of Nero, which can be proven by the fact that in regions where Nero is spelled differently and adds to 616 instead, copies found there have 616 as the number of the beast.

Do you support universal suffrage? by fschmidt in AskSaidIt

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There shouldn't be a state to vote for.

The Matrix on mass submission to illusion by TheJamesRocket in conspiracy

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Real life imitates art.

It's probably not real either.

MtFtM detrans guy rambles on about his life story by jet199 in detrans

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If you're a feminine guy or a masculine girl who is uncomfortable with how society treats you based on your sex

And this is the problem.

Christian Cartoon - Dinosaurs are extinct, but you are not by pax_ in Christianity

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What with this recent gigantic obsession with having children? They act like it's a huge sin not to be married and popping out babies, when in fact it's called a gift.

What do you want for Christmas? by goobandit in AskSaidIt

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I've always had trouble with this. There's not too many material things I want.

Christian Cartoon - Dinosaurs are extinct, but you are not by pax_ in Christianity

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That's not Christianity, that's Pharisaism.