Read the book, The "Synagogue of Satan" to see why it won't change anything no matter who gets elected. And no, it's not about religion but in a very small sense. The most enlightening book you will ever read. It's on Amazon.By Andrew Hitchcock.
--------Read the book, The "Synagogue of Satan" to see why it won't change anything no matter who gets elected. And no, it's not about religion but in a very small sense. The most enlightening book you will ever read. It's on Amazon.By Andrew Hitchcock---------
Great advice, great book !!
More of your BS. I am not going to squander any more time with you. Your viewpoints have already been quarantined by the limits of reality that you yourself have staked out.
I have never seen anything relating watermellon, fried chicked or dance to genes. There are as many different breeding groups of blacks as there are whites. You are really grasping at straws.
Mental illness has been proven to be genetic.
Nobody is talking about guilt by association. It is similar genetics for similar behavior. This is the same as similar lesions from a brain injury causes similar behaviors. That is not speculation or conjecture but scientific fact.
The value of your assertion is a negative number. Guilt by association is just barely worth the effort to rebut.
Most of your tactics are rather lame. But those that deal in speculation and conjecture, as you are recognized as doing, generally have no real basis.
Ayn Rand (born Rosenbaum in Russia) comes from a people that has double the depressions and mental illness of other groups. She should be read as a study of how depressives and the mentally ill think. She should not be confused with normal people.
I will commiserate with you on the point of Yahoo censorship. Oftentimes posts that I make find their electrons scattered to the four winds.
I am dubious, though, as to what truths you might be able to post in pursuance of the long standing lie that giving up one's freedom and autonomy can somehow be viewed as a benefit to be sought.
Knowing that some here do not place any credence in Scripture, I offer this all the same:
John 12:8 "You will always have the poor among you..."
Mark 14:7 "The poor you will always have with you, and you can help them any time you want."
These are hardly endorsements for the ideology that you promote. The first indicates that your altruism will only be successful locally while the second indicates that the act is a matter of one's own volition.
There's yet more, but I didn't want to belabor the point.