Messianic Jews say they are persecute...

Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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JOEL

Mumbai, India

#49383 Feb 18, 2013
Do religious vows sanctify or make pure a bond between man and woman? Far from it. Mere words uttered in the name of some god do not make marriage a sacred institution nor do they confer on the couple any psychological, vital or physical advantage. One can live together as man and wife even without taking these hollow vows. There's no causal mechanism that favors marriage. It's just another human device of convenience.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#49384 Feb 18, 2013
It is said that most birds are monogamous but most animals, fish, mammals, insects, reptiles and other life forms are not monogamous.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#49385 Feb 18, 2013
Monogamy is not a universal law nor is it hardwired in the consciousness of most species.

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#49386 Feb 18, 2013
JOEL wrote:
Why don't animals marry?
Why do dogs lick their balls?

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#49387 Feb 18, 2013
JOEL wrote:
MARRIAGE IS AN ARTIFICIAL INSTIUTION:

10) Partners can live togther and remain loyal to each other if that is in their nature even without exchanging mumbo jumbo religious vows.
You first!

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#49388 Feb 18, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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Why do dogs lick their balls?
Because they can.

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#49389 Feb 18, 2013
Cult of Reason wrote:
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Because they can.
and in the same token, and why cant dogs marry?
Voluntarily

United States

#49390 Feb 18, 2013
Cult of Reason wrote:
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Factually, what do you call someone who refuses to conform to societal norms?
It would depend what the norm is, if it was refusing to have sex with donkeys I would say that is good judgement.

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#49391 Feb 18, 2013
Voluntarily wrote:
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It would depend what the norm is, if it was refusing to have sex with donkeys I would say that is good judgement.
Since when is sex with donkeys considered normal by society? You're a strange person.
Voluntarist

United States

#49392 Feb 18, 2013
Cult of Reason wrote:
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Since when is sex with donkeys considered normal by society? You're a strange person.
The fact of the matter is that many immoral acts might be considered the norm.

Obama's drone strikes of innocent women and children might end up being normal to you, aren't the drone strikes not conforming to societal norms?

““You must not lose faith ”

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#49393 Feb 18, 2013
The message new to the people of Arabia...the entire invasion was new i say!
They where not known as muslims but as import.
Strangers from abroad.

But it kind of pays to look up: quraan hanief of Abraham. Several mentions usually in the sense of upright others as friend.
Usually it get's a monotheistic interpretation however.
But the Hanief as group have their own set of rules too!

quraan:
98/Al-Baiyinah 5: And they have been commanded for nothing but to worship Allah as HANIF, being righteous (with a purified soul (ego)) and to perform regular prayer and to give alms. And that is the Religion which is QAYYUM (True and Acceptable).

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#49394 Feb 18, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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The fact of the matter is that many immoral acts might be considered the norm.
Obama's drone strikes of innocent women and children might end up being normal to you, aren't the drone strikes not conforming to societal norms?
false equivalence

COR never opined regarding the normality or the morality of drone strikes

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#49395 Feb 18, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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The fact of the matter is that many immoral acts might be considered the norm.
Obama's drone strikes of innocent women and children might end up being normal to you, aren't the drone strikes not conforming to societal norms?
There is no state so that never happened. ;p

You are strange, there is no society where 'immoral acts' are considered normal.

It's not like they aim to get women and children!
Nor would they know if they are used as a shield or cover.
Nor are women and chidren in a position to prevent this and if nothing is done they never ever will.
Militant Islamist consider them lower than animals, so how was that about morals again?

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#49398 Feb 18, 2013
MAAT wrote:
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There is no state so that never happened. ;p
You are strange, there is no society where 'immoral acts' are considered normal.
It's not like they aim to get women and children!
Nor would they know if they are used as a shield or cover.
Nor are women and chidren in a position to prevent this and if nothing is done they never ever will.
Militant Islamist consider them lower than animals, so how was that about morals again?
But you got to understand that the government lets the people believe that these are drone strikes, in order to cover up for the fact that these are really all asteroid attacks.

That way they can achieve three important objectives simultaneously 1) foster a sense of military control over the population, 2)keep the public from panicking, and 3) prepare the world for one world government by promoting a sense of inevitability.

I know all of this because it is all explained on the websites that I follow. Therefore it has to be true.
Voluntarist

United States

#49400 Feb 18, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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false equivalence
COR never opined regarding the normality or the morality of drone strikes
It is an example, the people can be desensitized into thinking that drone strikes are the norm.
Voluntarist

United States

#49401 Feb 18, 2013
MAAT wrote:
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There is no state so that never happened. ;p
You are strange, there is no society where 'immoral acts' are considered normal.
It's not like they aim to get women and children!
Nor would they know if they are used as a shield or cover.
Nor are women and chidren in a position to prevent this and if nothing is done they never ever will.
Militant Islamist consider them lower than animals, so how was that about morals again?
How do you know what they aim for?
And then we have the constitution of no authority, where did Obama derive this power from?
Of course there are no citizens there are no states and no evidence that the so called constitution is applicable to anyone.
Voluntarist

United States

#49402 Feb 18, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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But you got to understand that the government lets the people believe that these are drone strikes, in order to cover up for the fact that these are really all asteroid attacks.
That way they can achieve three important objectives simultaneously 1) foster a sense of military control over the population, 2)keep the public from panicking, and 3) prepare the world for one world government by promoting a sense of inevitability.
I know all of this because it is all explained on the websites that I follow. Therefore it has to be true.
I saw it on tv therefore it Is true
a man that calls himself a scientist says so therefore it's true
The government created a special panel of themselves to investigate their own findings therefore their conclusion is true because they never lie or make mistakes.
The government says there are such things called magic bullets therefore their story is true.

There is no such thing as internment camps because the government says so the fema camps are for your own protection.

The law enforcement are there to protect you, without them there would be mass chaos because. the government says so.
Law enforcement has no duty to protect anyone because the government says so.

Magical words on a piece of paper modify human behavior because the government says so.

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#49403 Feb 18, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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I saw it on tv therefore it Is true
a man that calls himself a scientist says so therefore it's true
The government created a special panel of themselves to investigate their own findings therefore their conclusion is true because they never lie or make mistakes.
The government says there are such things called magic bullets therefore their story is true.
There is no such thing as internment camps because the government says so the fema camps are for your own protection.
The law enforcement are there to protect you, without them there would be mass chaos because. the government says so.
Law enforcement has no duty to protect anyone because the government says so.
Magical words on a piece of paper modify human behavior because the government says so.
me thinks the lady doth protest too much

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#49404 Feb 18, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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How do you know what they aim for?
And then we have the constitution of no authority, where did Obama derive this power from?
Of course there are no citizens there are no states and no evidence that the so called constitution is applicable to anyone.
Intelligence.
I'm sorry, i could mention the Acte van Verlaetinge which is the forerunner, or say by social contract. But frankly i haven't got a clue what your on about, you might as well have implied reasonable deniablity, as point to some legitimate grieve.
The rest would be semantics.
But frankly the question was on my mind why 'marriage as sexual acts constitutes insecticide' or some such statement by Joel.
Voluntarist

United States

#49405 Feb 18, 2013
MAAT wrote:
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Intelligence.
I'm sorry, i could mention the Acte van Verlaetinge which is the forerunner, or say by social contract. But frankly i haven't got a clue what your on about, you might as well have implied reasonable deniablity, as point to some legitimate grieve.
The rest would be semantics.
But frankly the question was on my mind why 'marriage as sexual acts constitutes insecticide' or some such statement by Joel.
Your answer to how do you know what they aim for is I intelligence? who's intelligence?

If I was aiming for a deer bad shot you would I be criminally culpable?
If the president told me to kill the deer do I get a pass?

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