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  2. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    Apparently his hero Brevik was the one that inspired him in his Knight Templar quest.
  3. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    His reference to the Knight Templars seems to have also come from Breivik. https://heavy.com/news/2019/03/brenton-tarrant-anders-breivik-knights-templar/
  4. I don't believe you

    Go back and read all the previous posts . Rape did not even exist as an entity within a marriage until the 1970s. Rape is defined as sex which is had without ( in modern law free and informed) consent, and is thus illegal In a marriage consent was legally given by the act of marriage and could not be withdrawn under that contract (socially and legally) Second it was not illegal for either partner to demand sex from the other, although politeness civilty and a good nature might limit the demands marriage legally and specifically excluded the possibility of rape within it BUT outside of marriage, where no contract existed, a person could give and withdraw consent on an individual basis at different times Its taken centuries to make this clear and definite eg only recently it was decide that it was not necessary for a woman to refuse consent A failure to give it specifically resulted in rape, so if you has sex with an unconscious person, it was rape, but that is a quite recent legal evolution. Not long ago a court would not judge rape if a woman initially gave consent and then withdrew it during the act That has also been improved.
  5. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    Tarrant didn't mention a single denomination of Christianity. He describes his family as apathetic and apolitical with interests in animal rights, environmentalism and tax. He was about preserving European culture - code for white. Any Christian tradition is the same secular Christianity Dawkins speaks of.
  6. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    Not in so many words, no. He did bring up Christianity but didn't say he was one. I wasn't aware he mentioned the Knight Templars.
  7. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    Yes he did. It may have not been the Christian that everyone aspires to be but then again, that was the point of my post. Muslims can claim the same that Islamic terrorists don't represent Muslims. Tarrant believed in reviving the Knight Templars. I'm sure you know who they were and while they weren't your everyday pious Christian, they did claim to fight in the name of Christianity.
  8. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    Wholeheartedly agree with you, though, I think its next to impossible... I hope I'm wrong.
  9. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    Nope he didn't
  10. Tesla promises fully autonomous cars by 2020

    Does that same as self-driving cars?
  11. I don't believe you

    You said it, and to look outside our society, for new and different ideas and moralities, we must read widely, study deeply, and think imaginatively two of those things were never available to most people before the last 150 years To me they are There have always been laws which give consequences for certain behaviours. As one of our state premiers once said. "You may, and perhaps must, disobey laws you feel are wrong, BUT in doing so you must be prepared to accept the consequences of disobedience " Today, people want to, believe they should be able to, and often can, disobey WITHOUT facing the consequences. And indeed feel entitled to do so No I meant what i said. Only a person who lives in a society is able to competently judge that society We outside, will judge with values not applicable to the history culture beliefs or lives of those within it. Of course in some states there is an imbalance of power and the citizens want change but cant attain it However, more commonly, it is us outsiders who want to cause changes, and tho e within are quite comfortable. So if in a state most women dont want to be able to drive then that is a reasonable value but basically an Australian shouldn't be able to tell an Iranian what is the right way to live and a Muslim shouldn't be able to tell a christian what is the right way to live. The UN not withstanding
  12. Dire wolf? Wolf shifter? Magic?

    Dogs eyes glow sometimes in different colours depending on their mood without much light source.I'd say it was a wolf and was looking at you as a potential meal.
  13. Dire wolf? Wolf shifter? Magic?

    you know, the folklore of shape shifters, skin walkers whatever you want to call them are based on people like piney, so when he gives his opinion on the subject i feel like an MC ad and will call it priceless.
  14. Opening gambits in EU / UK exit negotiations;

    Farage makes some good points.
  15. General tournament chat

    So sorry about that, SW. I am back home this evening after a week away with no access to RedHotPawn. I will resume the game but if you wish I have no problem with you taking the win now.
  16. "Archaeologists discovered an ancient tomb containing dozens of mummies at a site in southeast Egypt. Cut into rock and hidden behind a stone wall, the tomb contained the bodies of both adults and children stored across multiple burial chambers." Full monty with nice pics at newsweek: https://www.newsweek.com/ancient-egypt-mummies-tomb-archaeology-cartonnage-1403726 Ministry of Antiquities at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moantiquities/posts/2258537424191895 "Ancient Egyptian Tomb With More Than 30 Mummies" "Hidden behind a stone wall, the tomb belonged to a person named Tjt and dates back to the Greco-Roman Period (332 BC -395 AD). It contained the bodies of both adults and children stored across multiple burial chambers, various artifacts, vessels still containing food, and even an intact stretcher used by the people who deposited the mummies in the tomb." At Geek dot com: https://www.geek.com/news/archaeologists-unearth-ancient-egyptian-tomb-with-more-than-30-mummies-1784190/
  17. Dire wolf? Wolf shifter? Magic?

    And Bigfoot sightings, alien abduction, shadow people, etc. https://www.psychologicalscience.org/news/releases/imagination-can-influence-perception.html
  18. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    Tarrant never claimed to be a Christian that I'm aware of. I didn't read the whole manifesto but I did find this link. Breivik apparently believed that a person could be a Christian agnostic or a Christian atheist. https://blog.acton.org/archives/107226-what-did-the-christchurch-mosque-shooter-believe-inside-the-mind-of-a-collectivist-killer.html From link: Did the Christchurch mosque shooter claim to be a Christian? Answering whether Brenton Tarrant is a Christian is, in his words, “complicated. When I know, I will tell you.”The complication may be a semantic distinction derived from Breivik’s notion that it is possible to be a cultural Christian without believing in God. Breivik wrote that his followers “don’t need to have a personal relationship with God or Jesus to fight for our Christian cultural heritage. It is enough that you are a Christian-agnostic or a Christian atheist.” How would a Christian respond? Christianity begins with a belief in the divinity of Jesus Christ as expressed in the Apostles or Nicene Creed. Building on the divine commandment to “love your neighbor as yourself,” Christianity has led the way in affirming the innate human dignity of all life from conceptionto natural death, irrespective of ethnicity, religion, nationality, sex, or disability. Every murder, especially the mass killing of innocent civilians at prayer, is a tragedy that violates Western values. Life must be taken only by lawful authorities after the commission of a crime, as determined by just laws rooted in natural law and right reason. Speaking as a member of the Eastern Christian tradition, I am unaware of a single church canon forbidding marriage between members of two ethnic groups in the 2,000-year history of the Christian Church and its ecclesiastical law. However, ethnic separatism has been condemned as anti-Christian.
  19. I don't believe you

    “Today rape is wrong. 200 years ago it was not wrong in marriage, but was wrong outside of it.” How was rape wrong outside of marriage, but not wrong in the marriage?
  20. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    I don't have the head space to reply to your post right now.... but I've thanked you for it but just want to say I don't think the Globalists want peace - at least not during this '''phase''' and if they ever get to the next phase.... the peace will be the peace of the obedient mind controlled hive.... not the peace of the free man, woman and child... living a productive fulfilling existence... in harmony with themselves and nature... but anyway.... that's all for now.... all this stuff can get very heavy on the brain on a lovely spring day..
  21. Irish Origins of Civilization

    With new evidence of comet fragment impacts in North America in 10500BC, tales of Atlantis, and signs of habitation one thing makes me curious. Those Irish historical accounts of being invaded by a sea people who historians haven't yet been able to identity. Did Atlantis invade Ireland in pre-history?
  22. "Terrorists" kill 200+ in Sri Lanka

    He did
  23. Dire wolf? Wolf shifter? Magic?

    So THAT explains the visit from Kate Upton the other day
  24. I don't believe you

    We are the people in it. One of those things is not like the others. Watch me. Or did you just type the sentence backwards? Only a person who can't judge shariah law lives under it.
  25. I don't believe you

    Absolutely All morality is relative and contextual Slavery, cannibalism, polygamy, marriage at puberty ,involuntary euthanasia . All could be brought back if conditions changed catastrophically, or even slowly but significantly That would be inevitable just as after the fall of Rome or Greece the world reverted to dark ages. Of course, one of my favourite movies is "The Postman" with Kevin Costner, based on the brilliant book by David Brin I cheer for the postman who brings the USA back from the brink of such a catastrophe, by pretending to be a postman and thus restarting the us postal service, which gives people hope and unites them against tyranny. Not shown in the movie, but in the book, is a scene where slave women taken as wives or concubines by a military dictatorship, agree to kill all the men in power on one evening They are betrayed by one woman who falls in love with her captor.
  26. Irish Origins of Civilization

    just thought I would revisit this topic after finding this.. https://www.irishcentral.com/roots/guillermo-herries-columbus-irish-voyage https://peopleofonefire.com/incredible-video-new-zealand-geneticists-prove-same-red-haired-giants-lived-in-new-zealand-and-peru.html https://teara.govt.nz/en/patupaiarehe https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/DOM19150908.2.60 https://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/mediawatch/audio/2018658273/seven-foot-tall-pre-maori-disappear-from-tvnz
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