Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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If they can get "assault weapons" they can get.handguns, will you be a law breaker.
Please provide us with credible evidence of a government level discussion regarding the impounding of handguns.

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If they can get "assault weapons" they can get.handguns, will you be a law breaker.
By the way, be careful. I would hate to shoot the first fish in the barrel this early in the morning.

(re: conspiracy theory advocation)

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AGAIN, ONLY an ENEMY of the Jewish people like YOU would call me ant-Semitic.
And BB, I shall keep repeating myself, you Jew HATER.
HUGHBE,

it is also common knowledge among the Jews that you are a turd.

(that is, an anti-semetic Jewish turd)

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That's not how it works. The burden of proof is on those that make the positive assertion. You/he claims that evolution is a lie from the pits of hell, then prove it. Prove that heaven and hell exist. prove that your god exists.
"That which can be asserted without evidence, can be just as easily dismissed without evidence" - Hitchens
The rest of your post is nothing more that verbal diarrhea.
Have you been reading the story in the paper about the Meth cross dressing priest in Bridgeport?

I always wondered how you guys stayed awake in mass...

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Allright, my agent will call yours.
People get 'm selves an avatar and immediately get ideas of grandeur.
I didnt choose my avatar. My avatar chose me.

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Voluntarist wrote:
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If they can get "assault weapons" they can get.handguns, will you be a law breaker.
Have you tried the chamomile like I suggested? The meditation? You might also want to check yourself out for food allergies. I heard they can make people irritable and anxious.

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Please provide us with credible evidence of a government level discussion regarding the impounding of handguns.
I'm afraid we're not privy to conversations that only happen in his head.

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Have you been reading the story in the paper about the Meth cross dressing priest in Bridgeport?
I always wondered how you guys stayed awake in mass...
No. Can you send me the link?

And what makes you think we stayed awake?

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No. Can you send me the link?
And what makes you think we stayed awake?
the question I have, for the ones that DID stay awake, was it the drugs or the cross dressing?

http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/local/article...
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Please provide us with credible evidence of a government level discussion regarding the impounding of handguns.
I said IF something wrong with your comprehension?

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I said IF something wrong with your comprehension?
In other words, you are experiencing anxiety. Did you consider any of CORs recommendations? Meditation? Yoga? Chamomille tea? Massage Therapy?
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HughBe--- AGAIN, the circles that I move in don't speak like that and frankly I don't know of the MANY that you speak of.
Former--I didn't make this up.
This is how many Jamaicans speak.
Esp the fellow whom I made a smokey purchase from
on 7 mile beach back in the 90s.
"Respect, mon!"
HughBe--- I am unable to relate to the many. I have no memory of hearing such a pronunciation for many many years.
" I am unable to relate to the many."

This sounds very elitist.

I don't believe your god would approve.
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Former--You cannot now pretend this is not a common speech pattern
in your island nation
HughBe--- disappointed in you. I'm NOT into pretense.
Many Jamaicans speak this way.

Do you know any Rastafarians by chance?
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Former--As long as you don't say altar boys/cub scouts/ etc.
HughBe--- truly a list of those who excite Frijoles and NOT me.
"Psychological projection or projection bias is a psychological defense mechanism where a person subconsciously denies his or her own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are then ascribed to the outside world, usually to other people. Thus, projection involves imagining or projecting the belief that others originate those feelings.[1]"
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In other words, you are experiencing anxiety. Did you consider any of CORs recommendations? Meditation? Yoga? Chamomille tea? Massage Therapy?
No, no anxiety here dont mistake awareness for anxiety.

Although there is nothing wrong with anxiety when there is an actual threat.
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Since when are you a strict constitutionalist? if you incite a riot then you are responsible for your speech.
I am not but I thought that you were one.

If I come up and tell you you're ugly and then
you punch me in the face, are you not still
guilty of assault?

Can the mere words of one justify the illegal (and/or violent/physical) action
of another?
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I am not but I thought that you were one.
If I come up and tell you you're ugly and then
you punch me in the face, are you not still
guilty of assault?
Can the mere words of one justify the illegal (and/or violent/physical) action
of another?
In my strict constitutionalist opinion, no but the court will tell you that it depends on the circumstance.

Ill give you a real live example in the court now, a man gets angry in a store and tells the manager to ''SUCK A DK" with a finger gesture, states that he has to catch a train and that he will be back later.
The argument is over the store insisting on id to purchase cigarettes.

Police charge the man with breach of peace
You are sitting on the jury
you have the right to judge the facts and the law.

what is your verdict?

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No, no anxiety here dont mistake awareness for anxiety.
Although there is nothing wrong with anxiety when there is an actual threat.
I am so sorry then. It is not anxiety you are experiencing. It is paranoia. Please report to your mental health case worker immediately.

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Paranoia [&#716;pær&#601;&# 712;n&#596;&#618;. &#601;](adjective: paranoid

[&#712;pær&#601;.n &#596;&#618;d]) is a thought process believed to be heavily influenced by anxiety or fear, often to the point of irrationality and delusion.

Paranoid thinking typically includes persecutory beliefs, or beliefs of conspiracy concerning a perceived threat towards oneself.(e.g. "Everyone is out to get me.")

Making false accusations and the general distrust of others also frequently accompany paranoia.

For example, an incident most people would view as an accident or coincidence, a paranoid person might believe was intentional.
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I am so sorry then. It is not anxiety you are experiencing. It is paranoia. Please report to your mental health case worker immediately.
rabbee: so what if you are all, against G-D and me in this second cominng of Adam. i really, really, really, don't care. no matter how many of you, nobodies are here in TheTorah again. cause G-D said, that nobody can hurt me. i can only hurt, myself in disbelief.

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rabbee: so what if you are all, against G-D and me in this second cominng of Adam. i really, really, really, don't care. no matter how many of you, nobodies are here in TheTorah again. cause G-D said, that nobody can hurt me. i can only hurt, myself in disbelief.
my dear rabbee - you have many challenges (as we all do) but I dont believe that paranoia is one them. You can take that on faith.
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Paranoia [&#716;pær&#601;&# 712;n&#596;&#618;. &#601;](adjective: paranoid
[&#712;pær&#601;.n &#596;&#618;d]) is a thought process believed to be heavily influenced by anxiety or fear, often to the point of irrationality and delusion.
Paranoid thinking typically includes persecutory beliefs, or beliefs of conspiracy concerning a perceived threat towards oneself.(e.g. "Everyone is out to get me.")
Making false accusations and the general distrust of others also frequently accompany paranoia.
For example, an incident most people would view as an accident or coincidence, a paranoid person might believe was intentional.
I suppose Patrick Henry was paranoid as well.

As well as Paul Revere.

Believing in magic bullets is a tad bit delusional.

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