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Tired of it all!
September 25, 2010
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MsGuided
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andii.

formerly started
this thread as a tool to convert.

The world is F'd
up ( NWO< governments, corruption, bla bla bla) and us "athiests" would be able to deal with it all if we had GOD on our side? Whoever followed suit with her on the other side are GUILTY of>>>"Then there are those who want to use it to their
advantage, to gain a one-ups on others, to control, dominate,
subjugate. Not good peoples. Not good hearts." OR they are
submissive to the point they can't see the truth. Best to stick
with the herd and be safe at the expense of us "heathens" right?
Yea THAT was the intention of some. Label support and libs as Good
verses Evil..bla bla bla ( cause the remaining atheists are here?)
hahahaha. maybe it's true within their framewrok but not
everyones.

Unbelievable
someone of her life experience wanted to go there.( convert
us)

I saw it, and the
fallout, for what it was.

so I guess i
agree.LOL

Anyway. Off to
some lovely Weekend activities.

Be
well!

September 25, 2010
12:00 am
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Andii,

Sorry I posted
this on the Mosque, i mean community center thread - for thread
correctness, i'm going to post it again here

Yes, I agree there
is both. What I fear is that when people get shouted down, because
their views aren't mainstream, or SENsitive, or considered
compassionate by some, then we get what we get. This is what you
are seeing with the immigration s**t.

There are some
Xtian ministers and congregations that would like to control the
government, change laws and censor. What do they call that? When
it's a particular interest group, it's called lobbying. When it's
religion, it's called "right". Or 'moral". Some patting -
themselves-on-the-back catchphrase. They just want to influence a
morally correct stance for the United States, and try to
'influence" the outcome of legislation. This is the reason for the
increase in immigration to this country and the handouts and
special allowances we see being given to them. They hire at lower
wages, and that helps big business, but screws US citizens. That
"moral influence" is ruining our economy.

You will find that
thrust for control all through the stratum of government and
society. All the way down to small communities, social
settings.

I googled!! I
found a site you might be interested in. Look for Social Contract
Press, then look at related sites. People are beginning to vocalize
their concerns. I saw at least one site you might like.

Sorry for mixing
that up!!

September 29, 2010
12:00 am
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The
thing is (I think) is that the US is still a relatively new country
(talking about Columbus here and not to the native Americans) as
compared to other countries.

Kind of
like....the US is still in its 'teenage years' by comparison, sort
of speak.

It's strange...I
used to wonder just why France thought most Americans are so
uncultured...and well, naive.

(At first, it
ruffled my feathers, but then, always giving creedence to the
devil's advocate....I think that they just might have a
point.)

We ARE
naive....basically.

In alot of
ways.

Following
(conscious or not) deeply imbeded and rooted purintanical beliefs
and mindsets that perhaps as Americans, we are just now starting to
question to some extent........not unlike what most teenagers do in
trying to find their own truth and belief systems.

You think?
Maybe?

See, from what I
understand, the French people don't really believe in a win-win
situation like most Americans do.

They have pretty
much accepted that life comes with inevitable disappointments and
that there are winners and losers in life and thats
that.

(Probably expalins
why I like to watch foreign films so much, especially french films
because this mindset just naturally weaves itself into the movie as
just a natural, matter-of-fact type of thing....in addition to the
sense I get from most of these films - both past and present - that
MUCH MORE creedence and importance is given to people's feelings
and their relationships with one another as being paramount as
opposed to the typical, shallow, status materialistic-driven so
common with most American films.)

Is it no wonder
that they oppose the encrouchment of "Americanization" so
vehemently (along these particular lines?)

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