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“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

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#176567 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Yep, those Muslims are peaceful people.
Iran gives Christians 80 lashes for communion wine as UN blasts human rights record By Benjamin Weinthal
October 24, 2013 - FoxNews.com
Four Iranian Christians were reportedly sentenced to 80 lashes for drinking wine for communion, a shocking punishment meted out even as a new United Nations report blasted the Islamic republic for its systematic persecution of non-Muslims.
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/10/24/iran-...
Guess what Rouge?

Iran is a theocracy.

This is what you get when revelation trumps investigation.

In Iran... wine might as well be heroin.

And people are punished accordingly.

If we started publicly flogging drug addicts in Detroit... you would be there with a camcorder and at least one giant sign of support.

Be glad you were born in a secular nation where we only have to HEAR religitards.

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#176568 Oct 26, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Who said ALL Muslims are peaceful people? Who said Iran was a peaceful paradise?
Hey, Rogue, is North Korea Muslim? Is Myanmar Muslim? Is democratic China Muslim? Is freedom-of-speech Russia Muslim?
Nope, but none of them are Christian cultures!

“Arm the homeless!”

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#176569 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Yep, those Muslims are peaceful people.
Iran gives Christians 80 lashes for communion wine as UN blasts human rights record By Benjamin Weinthal
October 24, 2013 - FoxNews.com
Four Iranian Christians were reportedly sentenced to 80 lashes for drinking wine for communion, a shocking punishment meted out even as a new United Nations report blasted the Islamic republic for its systematic persecution of non-Muslims.
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/10/24/iran-...
BTW... ever read about what happened when the christians had their day in the sun?

80 lashes would have been a dream come true. Hell, "witches" were considered a fossil fuel.

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#176570 Oct 26, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
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Guess what Rouge?
Iran is a theocracy.
This is what you get when revelation trumps investigation.
In Iran... wine might as well be heroin.
And people are punished accordingly.
If we started publicly flogging drug addicts in Detroit... you would be there with a camcorder and at least one giant sign of support.
Be glad you were born in a secular nation where we only have to HEAR religitards.
How do you know what I would do? I have strong Libertarian leanings and if you want to put poison in you body, and you are an adult, go right ahead. The only thing I demand is that when you drive a car, you are sober. If you are on booze, weed, cough syrup, or what ever, you should not drive and endanger me and my family.

Since: May 10

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#176571 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Well, since about 11% of the people on this Earth are non-religious, it is likely that they did not start many wars.
Who started WWI! It was a Muslim who murdered Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria! Who started the Crusades? The Muslims who had captured the Christian Holy Lands!
Scrutiny wrote:
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Do you even look at what you write?
You are arguing that non religious people start wars.
Just look at the muslims!
You are truly insane.
Are you reading challenged? What religion did Hitler practice? Stalin? Mao? Pol Pot? Some of our biggest murders where non-religious!

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#176572 Oct 26, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
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Nope, and I don't give a shit. It is your words that defy your messiah. Using his name as testament that you need not provide for the poor. Or that there are limits therein.
Ever see an "obama phone"? It is the Atari 2600 of cell phones. It isn't like people can play candycrush, or facebook. It is a basic tool.
Have you ever had the privilege of choosing between paying bills and putting food on the table? If you have... you are probably aware that the phone is the very first thing to go.
And if being out of work is what brought you to these decisions... what chance do you have of getting even underemployment without a phone number?
Someone pretty awesome once said... "Cause I jack for Similac...fuck a Cadillac."
The eye of the needle line is all good. But I think that (if I put any stock in the bible) you would be more worried about hearing 5 simple words.
"I do not know you."
Again, you know nothing about me. I tried to fly Medevac in Vietnam but I did some charitable work there. Flew Medcap teams on Sundays, helped build a refuge village.
We had an Army Corp of Engineer concrete brick factory near where we were at and they could write off 10% as a loss. We took half in chipped bricks and half in bag of cement. We Built a school, three water tanks and a community facility.
For Christmas the villagers gave me a rice bowl set for two. My female interpreter was laughing as it was something that would have been given to a couple. My interpreters younger sister had the hots for me and they were trying to hint something!
Sorry, I was not going to marry anyone that wore a training bra!

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#176573 Oct 26, 2013
A thought it funny is that the Vietnamese girls would wear black bras under their shear clothing. Most did not a bra to hold up the double-A boobs but they wore black bras as it would show through their clothing and denote they had enough money for a bra!

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#176574 Oct 26, 2013
That snappy little similac quote was brought to you by... RATM!

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#176575 Oct 26, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
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BTW... ever read about what happened when the christians had their day in the sun?
80 lashes would have been a dream come true. Hell, "witches" were considered a fossil fuel.
We have not burned witches in several hundred years but they are still punishing Christians in Iran for just about anything.
And when was the last time you took a lash? Just ask that American kid who got caned in Singapore a few years back.

U.S. Student Tells of Pain Of His Caning In Singapore
Published: June 26, 1994

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The 19-year-old American who was caned in Singapore for vandalism said today that the bleeding it caused was "like a bloody nose."

The teen-ager, Michael P. Fay, said in an interview that the four strokes with a rattan cane on May 5 had left three dark-brown scars on his right buttock and four lines each about half-an-inch wide on his left buttock.

In his first description of the caning, Mr. Fay said that prison officials told him he shouted, "I'm dying," when the first stroke was delivered. He said he could not remember making the cry.

He said a prison officer stood beside him and guided him through the ordeal, saying: "O.K. Michael, three left. O.K., Michael, two left. O.K., one more; you're almost done."

The Government of Singapore has defended the punishment as a traditional part of the country's legal system. The caning strained Singapore's relations with the United States and has been seen as largely responsible for the United States' voting against holding the first summit meeting of the World Trade Organization in Singapore next year.
http://www.nytimes.com/1994/06/26/us/us-stude...

And that was just four strokes of a cane and not 80!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#176576 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Nope, but none of them are Christian cultures!
You're right, Rogue, Christian cultures are not the mothers and fathers of wars. Of course not. 2, 000 years of non-Christian wars.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#176577 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Again, you know nothing about me. I tried to fly Medevac in Vietnam but I did some charitable work there. Flew Medcap teams on Sundays, helped build a refuge village.
We had an Army Corp of Engineer concrete brick factory near where we were at and they could write off 10% as a loss. We took half in chipped bricks and half in bag of cement. We Built a school, three water tanks and a community facility.
For Christmas the villagers gave me a rice bowl set for two. My female interpreter was laughing as it was something that would have been given to a couple. My interpreters younger sister had the hots for me and they were trying to hint something!
Sorry, I was not going to marry anyone that wore a training bra!
Are you so lost in this discussion that in order to justify your insane ideas on religion, you personalize it? This is the second time. No one here, not even boorish and sluggish and filthy LRS has done that. Stick to generalities.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#176578 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
A thought it funny is that the Vietnamese girls would wear black bras under their shear clothing. Most did not a bra to hold up the double-A boobs but they wore black bras as it would show through their clothing and denote they had enough money for a bra!
How is that relevant to your charitable works?

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#176579 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
A thought it funny is that the Vietnamese girls would wear black bras under their shear clothing. Most did not a bra to hold up the double-A boobs but they wore black bras as it would show through their clothing and denote they had enough money for a bra!
Funny, if you're a POS.

“Arm the homeless!”

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#176580 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Well, since about 11% of the people on this Earth are non-religious, it is likely that they did not start many wars.
Who started WWI! It was a Muslim who murdered Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria! Who started the Crusades? The Muslims who had captured the Christian Holy Lands!
<quoted text>
Are you reading challenged? What religion did Hitler practice? Stalin? Mao? Pol Pot? Some of our biggest murders where non-religious!
Hitler was a christian. Proven time after time. The entire political platform was based on "positive christianity". He didn't get a page into mein kamph without going on about his christian values. How in the hell do you think he validated his hatred for the jews?

"... I am convinced that I am acting as the agent of our Creator. By fighting off the Jews, I am doing the Lord's work."

Mao was presented as a god himself. Nothing atheist about that.

Stalin himself was atheist, but there was absolutely nothing secular about his regime. Like Chairman Mao, he presented himself as a man without reproach. Giant displays of his face on buildings...etc.

Pol Pot believed in heaven and destiny. Both supernatural concepts. That makes him a madman, not an atheist. Atheist don't believe in the supernatural. He not only came down on the religious, but those who practiced medicine and science. He was all about class warfare.

Of the four... Stalin is the only one that could fly at all as an atheist.

“Arm the homeless!”

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#176581 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Again, you know nothing about me. I tried to fly Medevac in Vietnam but I did some charitable work there. Flew Medcap teams on Sundays, helped build a refuge village.
We had an Army Corp of Engineer concrete brick factory near where we were at and they could write off 10% as a loss. We took half in chipped bricks and half in bag of cement. We Built a school, three water tanks and a community facility.
For Christmas the villagers gave me a rice bowl set for two. My female interpreter was laughing as it was something that would have been given to a couple. My interpreters younger sister had the hots for me and they were trying to hint something!
Sorry, I was not going to marry anyone that wore a training bra!
How much charitable work do you need to do for god to be ok with evoking the name of Jesus to keep the poor down?

I am not familiar with such scripture.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

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#176582 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Nope, but none of them are Christian cultures!
Christian culture is a dice roll Rouge.

If you were born in India... you would be a hindu.

If you were born in a South American jungle you would be all about the spirit of the jaguar.

Chance is what makes you a christian.

“Arm the homeless!”

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#176583 Oct 26, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
We have not burned witches in several hundred years but they are still punishing Christians in Iran for just about anything.
And when was the last time you took a lash? Just ask that American kid who got caned in Singapore a few years back.
U.S. Student Tells of Pain Of His Caning In Singapore
Published: June 26, 1994
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Print
The 19-year-old American who was caned in Singapore for vandalism said today that the bleeding it caused was "like a bloody nose."
The teen-ager, Michael P. Fay, said in an interview that the four strokes with a rattan cane on May 5 had left three dark-brown scars on his right buttock and four lines each about half-an-inch wide on his left buttock.
In his first description of the caning, Mr. Fay said that prison officials told him he shouted, "I'm dying," when the first stroke was delivered. He said he could not remember making the cry.
He said a prison officer stood beside him and guided him through the ordeal, saying: "O.K. Michael, three left. O.K., Michael, two left. O.K., one more; you're almost done."
The Government of Singapore has defended the punishment as a traditional part of the country's legal system. The caning strained Singapore's relations with the United States and has been seen as largely responsible for the United States' voting against holding the first summit meeting of the World Trade Organization in Singapore next year.
http://www.nytimes.com/1994/06/26/us/us-stude...
And that was just four strokes of a cane and not 80!
Hundreds of years... or for those who check facts... 8 months ago.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/accused...

Last I checked, getting 4 cane strokes is not equivalent to burning a girl alive.

The christians in Iran knew damn well what would happen if they were caught with drugs or alcohol. They apparently were willing to take this risk. It did not pan out very well for them.

They aren't being punished for christianity. They are being punished for possession of alcohol.

What part of zero tolerance do you have a problem understanding?

80 lashes is very severe. But in a theocracy... fair doesn't exactly matter. Does it?

Speaking of fair... lets take a look at what would happen here.

3 young people found in possession of heroin.

Sentence... a combined 17 years plus probation. One guy got 12 of those years himself.

Would you trade 12 years for 80 lashes? I would... in a heart beat.

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#176584 Oct 26, 2013
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#176585 Oct 26, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
Guess what Rouge?
Iran is a theocracy.
This is what you get when revelation trumps investigation.
In Iran... wine might as well be heroin.
And people are punished accordingly.
If we started publicly flogging drug addicts in Detroit... you would be there with a camcorder and at least one giant sign of support.
Be glad you were born in a secular nation where we only have to HEAR religitards.
"And people are punished accordingly"? Really? You're living smack dab in the middle of a religious world in which, you're a minority. And you're telling us to be glad? You should be glad we allow you to stay here as a guest! FU! It is whiny azz jerks like yourself that I'd love to run out of town with a shotgun spraying rat shot in your azz! I can be clearer if you need.
Justice LRS

Shreveport, LA

#176586 Oct 26, 2013
wojar wrote:
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What is sad is Play Justice cannot back up his hubris with rebuttal.
"Truth, Justice, and the American Way" is not a rebuttal. It's a TV show from the 50s.
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Sorry kid, you're as sorry as they come.

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