Attacks around US probed for link to knockout game
In New York, a 78-year-old woman strolling in her neighborhood was punched in the head by a stranger and tumbled to the ground.
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#1 Nov 21, 2013
It is because the government doesn't do enough for these kids.
#2 Nov 21, 2013
I can only assume that's sarcasm.
#3 Nov 21, 2013
Yep, if only they all had been trained in, and in possession of, firearms. Those punks would not have dared try!
#6 Nov 22, 2013
Please respect my holiday
With the upcoming holidays, I want to let you all know that I respect everyone. We have many holidays coming — Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and New Years. I respect other faiths and beliefs.
However, over the past 10 years or so, the only one that has come under attack as politically incorrect is Christmas. Why? Because it begins with with the word Christ. This country was founded on freedom of religion. I respect yours, please respect mine.
So happy Hanukkah, happy Thanksgiving, merry Christmas (which was traditional for many years, but has been removed from schools, business, etc.), happy Kwanzaa, and a peaceful New Year.
I do not know all the holidays in this period, but have a good one everyone.
I said peaceful for New Year, because that is what this world needs. Thank you for taking the time to read this.
#7 Nov 22, 2013
These kids have nothing to believe in.
#9 Nov 22, 2013
These religious holidays haven't come under scrutiny because they are Christian. If the dominant religion here in America were Islam, or Judaism, or etc ... and people felt any of the religious holidays were being state sponsored in any ways? They would be under attack. Its not because its Christian, its because it just happens to be the dominant superstition on this continent.
Anyways, you also need to look up and realize your holiday's are not in any danger. Sure there is some debate and issues that get raised here and there. But Christmas is not in any real danger in America.
Here is a little quote from a Freethought (not religous) group:
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Are Christians Really Oppressed?
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Take a famous essay on privilege (PDF):
Apply it to religion, add Christmas music, ask whether Christians are really being “oppressed” this holiday season, and you get this simple-but-insightful video:
Christians aren’t oppressed over Christmas. And they’re certainly not oppressed in America. They have damn near every privilege you can imagine.
That’s why it’s so frustrating (or laughable) when they complain about one of our billboards, or that an atheist said something anti-religious on TV, or that separation of church and state harms Christianity somehow.
They have their own TV channels and music genres. They have buildings in every city — often multiple ones. Their message is well-known to just about everyone. We all know a Christian. They can run for public office in every state, and their beliefs are simply accepted without question.
But we’re the oppressors because we put up a couple signs or shared space with them in a state capitol building?
#10 Nov 22, 2013
"This country was founded on freedom of religion"
- do a google image search on Washington DC and occult to see how that city's street design was completely laid out with Masonic/witchcraft symbolism, the inverted pentagram pointing down to the White House, the 'Compass & Square' covering the entire Washington Mall and Capitol building and more. Then tell me, exactly what religion is represented there by the U.S. capital city?
Then google Kennedy's speech in which he denounced secrecy and secret societies etc.
Then research Dealey Plaza in Dallas (on the 33rd Parallel) and how it's a totally Masonic setting, pyramid shaped streets and the sun temple columns with pentagrams on them and an obelisk with a reflecting pool, a small version of what DC has with the Washington Monument and pool (Osiris & Isis)
Research what November 22 was in the year 1307- the date the pope had said that the kings of Europe would be allowed to round up and torture & kill the Knights Templar. The KTs started the world's first international banking system and kept some very dark witchcrafty secrets.
Freemasons refer to their order as 'The Craft'
#12 Nov 22, 2013
The kooks are already here.
#13 Nov 23, 2013
When we all read Mike Mulligan threatening the President of the United States? We knew it was getting nuts!
#15 Dec 27, 2013
#16 Dec 30, 2013
Please, find peace by being FILLED with Jesus! Glory!
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