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07 August 2020 14:59
 

Why Richard Dawkins is an obnoxious arrogant ignorant prick

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EphcacBt-Mk

He’s in for a real shock.

 
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08 August 2020 10:37
 
cyberredarmy - 07 August 2020 02:59 PM

Why Richard Dawkins is an obnoxious arrogant ignorant prick

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EphcacBt-Mk

He’s in for a real shock.

I thought it was funny Denny, plus his shirt was really jazzy don’t you think?

 
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17 August 2020 21:33
 

HOW MANY GRAINS OF RICE DO YOU OWN?


https://youtu.be/6Af6b_wyiwI (Gates speech at TED, March 2015)

Ironically, only Gates predicted COVID19. Little did he know it would be partly responsible for the collapse of capitalism and all the billions of dollars he has hoarded. Tens of thousands still die worldwide every day from starvation.

World’s richest 2,000 people hold more than poorest 4.6 billion combined: Oxfam

Until the movement realizes this fatal truth it will go nowhere:

We are nowhere near a revolutionary situation. Things will have to deteriorate to a point where people cannot find food before it becomes one. A revolution requires revolutionary conscious masses. This consciousness does not exist.

The police are merely the military rearguard defending the millionaires and billionaires who run the system.

Unlimited greed and deceit under the guise of charity:

https://www.jacobinmag.com/2020/04/bill-gates-foundation-philanthropy-microsoft

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https://youtu.be/jiqWxPx5Mos (How Much Jeff Bezos’ Fortune Has Grown Amid Pandemic Video)

The wealth of these billionaire cronies (Musk, Buffet, Gates Zuckerberg, etc.) could be finally used to solve the problem of global poverty. That people tolerate these hoarding greedy little men blows my mind. What public good do they serve? They are class enemies of the first order. Marx was 100% right when he claimed that capitalism would lead to such horrifying inequality.

https://www.philanthropy.com/article/Jeff-Bezos-Gives-100-Million/248416


Although these may seem like immense sums of money to normal people, these figures are literally pocket change for him -  part tax avoidance, part to give the appearance that he “cares.” All he really cares about is his own money and power, and how to hang on to them at all costs. No wonder Covid-19 scares the hell out of all these monstrous Moneybag worshipers, as it could potentially act as a catalyst for revolution.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

http://www.dennismarkuze.com/SmartSelect_20200809-095143_Chrome.jpg

As of Aug 9 2020; Approximately 20 million cases and 750 THOUSAND deaths

Remember: there were only 7 cases during december 2019!

http://www.dennismarkuze.com/Wealth.jpg

THE PLAGUES OF HUMANITY…

In a rational and just world, the immense resources of a tiny elite would be put to use for solving our global problems - and we’d all be better off without them.

Can a system with such grotesque inequality exist forever? Impossible.

https://www.dennismarkuze.com

 
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17 August 2020 23:24
 

Thanks Denny. What’s the rice about?

 
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MARTIN_UK - 17 August 2020 11:24 PM

Thanks Denny. What’s the rice about?

Remarkably, Denny wrote something with which I somewhat agree,  Bringing attention to a problem is good, but what is the solution?

 
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MARTIN_UK - 17 August 2020 11:24 PM

Thanks Denny. What’s the rice about?

Remarkably, Denny wrote something with which I somewhat agree,  Bringing attention to a problem is good, but what is the solution?

I know, I actually got it for once Skip, just not the rice bit. That just made me fancy a curry.

 
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18 August 2020 09:32
 
MARTIN_UK - 18 August 2020 06:30 AM
Skipshot - 18 August 2020 06:25 AM
MARTIN_UK - 17 August 2020 11:24 PM

Thanks Denny. What’s the rice about?

Remarkably, Denny wrote something with which I somewhat agree,  Bringing attention to a problem is good, but what is the solution?

I know, I actually got it for once Skip, just not the rice bit. That just made me fancy a curry.

Now you’ve made me hungry for curry.

 
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18 August 2020 09:45
 
Skipshot - 18 August 2020 09:32 AM
MARTIN_UK - 18 August 2020 06:30 AM
Skipshot - 18 August 2020 06:25 AM
MARTIN_UK - 17 August 2020 11:24 PM

Thanks Denny. What’s the rice about?

Remarkably, Denny wrote something with which I somewhat agree,  Bringing attention to a problem is good, but what is the solution?

I know, I actually got it for once Skip, just not the rice bit. That just made me fancy a curry.

Now you’ve made me hungry for curry.

I had grits instead.  Flavored it with Chinese Five Spice and agave sweetener.

 
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18 August 2020 11:35
 
Skipshot - 18 August 2020 09:45 AM
Skipshot - 18 August 2020 09:32 AM
MARTIN_UK - 18 August 2020 06:30 AM
Skipshot - 18 August 2020 06:25 AM
MARTIN_UK - 17 August 2020 11:24 PM

Thanks Denny. What’s the rice about?

Remarkably, Denny wrote something with which I somewhat agree,  Bringing attention to a problem is good, but what is the solution?

I know, I actually got it for once Skip, just not the rice bit. That just made me fancy a curry.

Now you’ve made me hungry for curry.

I had grits instead.  Flavored it with Chinese Five Spice and agave sweetener.

I had Chicken Dopiaza with Pilau rice and two Chapatis.

I’ve never eaten grits, they don’t sound that great, were they ok?

 
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18 August 2020 14:03
 
MARTIN_UK - 18 August 2020 11:35 AM
Skipshot - 18 August 2020 09:45 AM
Skipshot - 18 August 2020 09:32 AM
MARTIN_UK - 18 August 2020 06:30 AM
Skipshot - 18 August 2020 06:25 AM
MARTIN_UK - 17 August 2020 11:24 PM

Thanks Denny. What’s the rice about?

Remarkably, Denny wrote something with which I somewhat agree,  Bringing attention to a problem is good, but what is the solution?

I know, I actually got it for once Skip, just not the rice bit. That just made me fancy a curry.

Now you’ve made me hungry for curry.

I had grits instead.  Flavored it with Chinese Five Spice and agave sweetener.

I had Chicken Dopiaza with Pilau rice and two Chapatis.

I’ve never eaten grits, they don’t sound that great, were they ok?

Now I have food envy.

Grits are very mild sort of porridge, which you may spice/sweeten/savor in many ways.  It’s mostly a Southern thing, but my town has a lot of Blacks who came from the South, so some Southern products can be found here.  I met a fellow from Louisiana who told me as he was traveling west for the first time if he could figure out where the South ended culturally.  He stopped for a meal in Oklahoma and placed his order, then the waitress asked if wanted grits with it, and he thought, “I’m still in the South!”

My additions to grits above would never be in a true Southern dish of grits, and reflects the strong Chinese and Mexican influence here, too.  It’s fun to experiment mixing things up.

https://youtu.be/pWC0sKCS5oA

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13 September 2020 16:51
 

WHAT IS THE ULTIMATE AIM OF ATHEISM?
A DEAD END!
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What has happened here is that the mind has liquidated itself. Religion and reason used to be united together; their forced separation, started by Berkeley and ended with Hume, has meant the death of both, and what we have now is a movement toward universal atheism. All metaphysics and general concepts have been more or less destroyed. Religion lost its living soul and became mainly artifice once it became detached from objective reality. The catastrophe that happened to religion also happened to the human mind.

httpS://nostradamususa.wordpress.com

Can science verify that justice and freedom are superior in themselves to injustice and unfreedom? Are these concepts verifiable by science?

Also, are we to say these concepts are based on mere opinion? That everyone has a different conception of what they mean, and that all definitions are equally valid?

We all know, justice and freedom do not exist for an atheist, neither does God, since they are all scientifically unverifiable.

2 Cor 3-4

“The Light of the Gospel
…3And even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing. 4The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers so they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.

 
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14 September 2020 11:47
 
cyberredarmy - 13 September 2020 04:51 PM

WHAT IS THE ULTIMATE AIM OF ATHEISM?
A DEAD END!
___________

What has happened here is that the mind has liquidated itself. Religion and reason used to be united together; their forced separation, started by Berkeley and ended with Hume, has meant the death of both, and what we have now is a movement toward universal atheism. All metaphysics and general concepts have been more or less destroyed. Religion lost its living soul and became mainly artifice once it became detached from objective reality. The catastrophe that happened to religion also happened to the human mind.

httpS://nostradamususa.wordpress.com

Can science verify that justice and freedom are superior in themselves to injustice and unfreedom? Are these concepts verifiable by science?

Also, are we to say these concepts are based on mere opinion? That everyone has a different conception of what they mean, and that all definitions are equally valid?

We all know, justice and freedom do not exist for an atheist, neither does God, since they are all scientifically unverifiable.

2 Cor 3-4

“The Light of the Gospel
…3And even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing. 4The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers so they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.

I disagree.  When science and religion were separated, science did much better.  If subjective religion can’t stand on its own in the marketplace of ideas without the crutch of objective science, then religion needs a re-evaluation to its veracity. 

Religion won’t go away as long as there are people too lazy to do the heavy cognitive lifting of science, which means religion will be with us for a long time, and when this civilization we built crumbles upon itself, religion will once again be there to misinform and frighten the stupid people.

 
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