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yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#54785 Jun 12, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
<quoted text>
Time to go off the grid, load up on canned food and ammo and wait out the inevitable zombie apocalypse.
Time to go back to paper-based porn.
rabbee: well it is already too late, after you have already been bit. by the frankengovernment, who wants eat your brains out, or place their brain of an antiG-D criminal in your head.

Since: May 13

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#54786 Jun 12, 2013
yehoshooah adam wrote:
<quoted text>

if you do not have G-D'S morals, then what illusion of morals do you have left and from whom?
Brain-dead fanatic,

Morals are an innate factor of the human consciousness. Once the mind grade of the human consciousness gets activated the mind intuitively progressively begins discriminating between right and wrong. The greater is the manifestation of the mental consciousness in man, the more conscientious and intellectual he is and if his emotional instincts are refined enough and do not pull the mind down into its petty world of jealousy, rage, possessiveness, hatred and sensualism, then the man innately knows when to step back and when to go forward where action and reaction forces are concerned. Everything depends on how evolved the mind is and how regenerate the emotions are. Mind exceeds emotions in its higher movements though some lower elements of mind penetrate the emotional consciousness where they get mixed up with the waves of emotionalism and get swayed in this manner.

Except the Buddha, the rest of the prophets were men of low morals and savage instincts.

Since: May 13

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#54787 Jun 12, 2013
Except the Buddha, the rest of the prophets were men of low morals and savage instincts.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#54788 Jun 12, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Ans.
01. I know the fiasco of outlawing Alcohol in your country, a few decades back. It failed because your religions did not ban it. If it was banned by religion, already there would be sufficient numbers of Non Drinkers in the society.
But in absence of religious prohibition, Govt. could not enforce it.
That did not prove that "alcohol became good for the society" did it?
At least by putting a warning, you have done your "Moral duty". As is done for Tobacco and slowly and slowly we see its consumption going down and down.
What about Alcohol? Its graph is going up and up, where is the moderation?
02. Believe in Creator is also a Personal Choice that is why We do not force people to accept our religion.
We only tell them good points of it and how beneficial it would for them, in the hereafter.
If they want to believe it, good, otherwise we say, Thank you and Peace be on to you!!
rabbee: well you can make, cancer illegal too. but it still will not stop G-D, from sending a worse cancer in the cancer plagues already. why else does making crime illegal, always result in more crime or terrorist plagues? you can even make war illegal, if all you want is more war plagues. how many more times, must all your governments prove, they are not in control of this world That G-D is always here in TheTorah? they only contribute to the greater, and greater hell death and misery from G-D today.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#54789 Jun 12, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually Frijoles relies partially on government contracts so I believe that he can not have a fair and impartial opinion.
Because I work for a living I am not allowed to offer an opinion?

I also received a refund from the IRS last year. Does that mean I cant offer an opinion about the IRS?

Part of living in a democracy means that the government is not some abstract idea. Its us.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#54790 Jun 12, 2013
Participative democracy ends at the ballot box.

Since: May 13

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#54791 Jun 12, 2013
Once the government is elected, veiled autocracy takes over.

Since: May 13

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#54792 Jun 12, 2013
Government is both an abstraction and a concrete fact.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#54793 Jun 12, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
DO you realize how impractical you are? We HAVE NO privacy.
Cell phones are radio devices, and our billing is tracked for anyone with a high school drop out level of education or higher to view, once they acquire the digital skills.
anyway, like most things here, we are going around in circles because of your inability to comprehend.
rabbee: generally it takes more than one symptom to identify the actual disease. some symptions to a serious disease, only appear to be mild. no matter how deadly, the actual disease is.

Since: May 13

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#54794 Jun 12, 2013
Democracy that's based on the choice of the majority is a flawed system. The majority is the plodding section of humankind and is rarely right. The pioneers and trendsetters that have lifted society inch by inch from the morass of backwardness and stupidity constitute the minority.

Since: May 13

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#54795 Jun 12, 2013
former res wrote:
<quoted text>

Breach of contract is not a crime.
Yes, provided it's not illegal in the eyes of the law and provided it causes no harm to the other party.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#54796 Jun 12, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
beg to differ. There are many people who believe the program is perfectly legal.
Fox already owns the hen house. The question to me, is how to adjust to this reality.
As COR stated, best just to factor this in and then move on with your life.
rabbee: legal to whom, we the not G-D people? or the we the religion, of not having any religion people? or the we the brainwashed, by the government people? or the we, who accept everything the forefathers of this nation were against? or the we the democrats, who hate G-D and our constitution people? or we the illegal aliens, illegally in the united states people. or we the muslim terrorist, in america people. or the we, who want to see more hell and death from G-D the plague people? or the we, who are responsible for our neighbors, getting cancer people? or the we, who invited terrorist into our nation people?

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#54797 Jun 12, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
Democracy that's based on the choice of the majority is a flawed system. The majority is the plodding section of humankind and is rarely right. The pioneers and trendsetters that have lifted society inch by inch from the morass of backwardness and stupidity constitute the minority.
We have a representative democracy, not a majority democracy. Its a little different than that.

Though there are small towns in Northern New England that are based on the majority for local stuff.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#54798 Jun 12, 2013
STEFANO COLONNA wrote:
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You come from a country where the government when go to make a war abroad, always say we do this for the safety of Americans and the people of the nation we are making war to. LOL So you are the last to tell anyone to not enter in discussion about America because he's not an American.
What nationality has to do to begin with?
We live in a hilghly globalized world, where whatsoever happens in a nation can be known by all other nations at few minutes from happening.
The threats that Americans are facing, are the same threats that almost all the countries in the world are facing too.
<quoted text>
You just don't like to put your butt everywhere but even your mouth. Not everything that enter in your mouth is for eating.
rabbee: truth and nationalism, very very rarely have anything in common. if you were to find out, that their sinning was the cause of cancer in your neighbor or terrorism in your neighborhood. don't we all have, the right to scream rape?

Since: May 13

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#54799 Jun 12, 2013
MUQ, the retard, is aghast at the rising hemlines of skirts. Well, he should see the females from age 5 to 55 in the elite localities of South Mumbai attired in the skimpiest of shorts at home and on the streets and no one blinks an eyelid at the display of flesh protruding from the haute couture tiniest of shorts clinging to female butts. LOL.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#54800 Jun 12, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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Even if you had 99% consensus doesn't make it legal, government is to protect individual rights, if you dont like it then go try and repeal the 4th amendment.
rabbee: essentially they already have repealed the fourth amendment, and many others. this is just the being prepped for it phase. if you knew anything, about actual brainwashing techniques. you would recognize, what is going on.

just because the worse to come, is not here yet. does not mean, the handwriting is on the wall. they are just in, the getting your used to it phase. your view of what should be normal, is normally being changed. it is just putting a frog, in a bucket of water and slowly raising the temperature. until they are having, your frog legs for dinner.
JOEL

India

#54801 Jun 12, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>

We have a representative democracy, not a majority democracy. Its a little different than that.

Though there are small towns in Northern New England that are based on the majority for local stuff.
Either way, participative democracy ends at the ballot box and once the elected representatives take charge, autocracy prevails and in many cases rash, dangerous , partisan and anti-national decisions are taken and/or executed by the government in power. Constitutional amendments are also undertaken at times to legalize the perverse actions on the part of the policy makers. The judiciary and excecutive are in most ways mere puppets in the hands of the legislature. Anyway.
JOEL

India

#54802 Jun 12, 2013
Will be studying for the next few hours recapitulating fundamental concepts and fine tuning my math skills. Preparing for the various entrance exams for entry to research level (phd) programs. Later. Bye.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#54803 Jun 12, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
RM
Yes, but govt also has beneficial side effects (such as the safety net you mentioned earlier) that private sector cant afford
Also, Volunteerist, I believe IS a libertarian that believes in no government. Of course he may not count because of his kookiness.
rabbee: you can pretend to protect, some of the people some of the time. you can pretend to protect all of the people some of the time. but you cannot actually protect, any of the people any of the time.

making murder illegal, to you. does not stop, murder. any more than making terrorism illegal, is going to stop the continual increase in terrorism.

because you all either don't know, or don't care what the problem really is. blaming the symptoms of the actual problem, will not fix the problem. the same kind of thinking that caused the problem, will not fix the problem.

the truth is to inappropriately inconvenient, to your satiated antiG-D delusionally comforted mentality. all the problems of this world, are tied up in not being true to G-D here in TheTorah. and you all do not care, how many of your neighbors are dying because of this.

am i The-Only One in this world here in TheTorah, that really does care what happens to all you and your neighbors??? is giving up, your eternal existence for finite sinful mortality, worth not believing in G-D here in TheTorah? if so my advice and counsel commanded by G-D to you, is of no help at all to any you.

i have surrendered, my personal life, my personal judgments, personal choices, my personal opinions, of this world. in order to accept G-D'S, life and judgments for me here in TheTorah agains'es. everything i ever allegedly personally owned or personally cared about is all gone. i had to start a new life, all over again. i no longer have any friends, because i truly choose G-D here in TheTorah truly.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#54805 Jun 12, 2013
STEFANO COLONNA wrote:
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Yes there is a place in the province of Rome called Colonna.
The wine is called Montecompatri Colonna and is a white wine.
rabbee: thanks for helping me, remember the name of that wine. been so long ago, that i had a winery. but i used to keep, wines from all over the world. but that was in the days gone by, before the use of sulfites has ruined practically all of them. which kind of limits, my wine selection today. if i wanted to taste sulfites, i could buy food grade sulfites.

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