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Awww poor gimpy. Was the nasty man rude to you? Try not being a racist shitbag dressed upon "concern" for "females", and maybe it won't happen.
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Its called understatement Gimpy.

And we're discussing the idea that your a narrow-minded racist, although its not so much of an "idea", as it is "a thing for which there is demonstrable evidence".

And while there are issues with Islam and its treatment of women and lgbtq+ individuals Christianity has just as many issues. There are a bunch of places in Africa where homosexuality is illegal, and punishable by lengthy prison sentences, (I don't think any of them have the death penalty however). And that's all right there in Leviticus. Christianity is just as bad as Islam.

See, you're so focused on the big bad of Islam that you're ignoring a bunch of other terrible things other religions do.
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"TR Poster 'God Is Asleep' is a seething white supremacist trying to dress up his racism in the guise of concern over women's rights. However, GIA doesn't give a shit about women, and often refers to them as "females" showing that deep down he's not only a seething racist, but also a seething sexist. He should be strung up by his neck like the shitbag he is."

-Anne Frank, Diary of a Young Girl

yup
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"The theft of brown women's narratives is not only an injustice placed on them, but also one extended to their male counterparts; by insisting they need to be liberated from their 'barbaric' civilization, Laura [Bush] summoned the colonial assertion that brown women need saving from brown men, when, in actuality, brown women have suffered at the hands of white men more than at those of any other oppressor in history."

 ― Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, Muslim Girl: A Coming of Age Story
Anyone can quote.
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When the wind changes he'll be back to the persuasive qualities of straw hovels and a couple of caged goats.

 :ohdear:
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This choked me up.
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My name is Anne Frank. In 1941 my family and I sought asylum in the US as refugees, but we were denied and turned away due to strict refugee policies. In 1945, at the age of 15, I was killed in the Holocaust. If I had been allowed in the US, I could be alive right now. Who will stand up for me?


:cry:
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Comic relief thread
Last post by meepmeep -
I'm not starting another thread for cute stuff so fucking deal with it

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"It's not about business ... it's about ruling"

Stupidest objection I've heard yet.
LOL. Explain your point, and try to convince US, not mumble something as you run away and try to convince yourself.
Convince me why it's worth my time trying to convince you of anything.
Why did you start this thread?  :dunno:
Because I have an addiction.  I'm thinking of enrolling in the 10 steps class.  I have an addiction to watching highly educated people make utter fools of themselves.
You are addicted to shitposting and running from questions?
He really is. Also to fantasizing that he's brilliant, and running circles around lesser minds.
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"It's not about business ... it's about ruling"

Stupidest objection I've heard yet.
LOL. Explain your point, and try to convince US, not mumble something as you run away and try to convince yourself.
Convince me why it's worth my time trying to convince you of anything.
Why did you start this thread?  :dunno:
Because I have an addiction.  I'm thinking of enrolling in the 10 steps class.  I have an addiction to watching highly educated people make utter fools of themselves.
You are addicted to shitposting and running from questions?

 :fndave:
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Politics and Current Events / Re: The Trump Kompromat Theory
Last post by Faid -
Heh.
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Yates's attorney then sent a letter Friday to McGahn, the White House lawyer, saying that any claim of privilege "has been waived as a result of the multiple public comments of current senior White House officials describing the January 2017 communications. Nevertheless, I am advising the White House of Ms. Yates' intention to provide information.''

That same day, Nunes, the panel's chairman, said he would not go forward with the public hearing that was to feature Yates's testimony.