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Quote# 120071

So basically,

if you do any of these things:

• consume meat (yes, that includes fish), dairy, eggs or any other animal derived “food” product
• wear leather/fur/wool/silk or any other animal derived form of “fashion”
• go to zoos/circusses and other places where animals are held in confinement for your viewing pleasure

you hate animals and no amount of bullshit rationalization can justify your participation in this fucking holocaust.

just a friendly reminder.

ewwwnicorn, Tumblr 13 Comments [6/25/2016 3:38:50 PM]
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Quote# 120067

That is another reason I reject atheist dishonesty. God can't lie. Atheist accusations are NOT truth based. God wrote exactly why He was required to punish and destroy wicked mankind. The Flood. Who teaches atheists to lie about the Flood?

Atheists in their global dishonesty accuse God of murder. Don't lie about God. Lying about God does run off rational people from atheism.

My Bible contains not a single reference to a theist killing a person. Ironic that atheists have started threads lying about what is in my Bible.

Nouveau, http://forums.carm.org 18 Comments [6/25/2016 3:36:19 PM]
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Quote# 120066

Hello there. You can call me KUH or Yuki, either or. Let's get a little background info, I've never been too too "weeaboo" or an otaku in my life. I'd like to say I'm right where I should be - in the middle. I love anime to death, but I don't obsess over it. I just thought I should get the by so you don't think I have some kind of "waifu" or obsession.
Now, the whole general idea behind a yandere - a crazy person trying to get with the one they love by any means necessary, sometimes resorting to violence.
But what do I (and probably you, too) think about yandere? I love them. I don't see them as psychotic bitches or anything. I see them as devoted girls who understand love. They know what it means to have true feelings - something a lot of people don't. Even if they only have some shallow affection, at least they have their loyalty intact.
The desire, the devotion, the danger. The three D's of Yandere. I love it.
Now, I personally cannot stand average girls. I need somebody a bit.. different. I haven't had a girlfriend yet because whenever a girl comes along who likes me (surprisingly often), if they don't meet my expectations, I dismiss them as obsolete. Yanderes are just perfect. I mean, isn't it every guys dream to have a beautiful girl under his arms who has the devotion and loyalty to stay with him forever "'till death do they part"?
This is just a wall of text post to maybe get the ball rolling.

KisukeUraharaHat, Reddit 16 Comments [6/25/2016 3:35:56 PM]
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Submitted By: randy
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Quote# 120065

Hip Hip Hurray. Shoebat.com Made It On The Top List Of 33 Islamophobes As Well As The TOP #3 Homophobes In America

By Walid Shoebat

Hip hip hurray!

What a great country where one can make it big. Shoebat.com finally made it on the list of the top 33 Islamophobes in America this year. We are honored to announce that the Council of American-Islamic Relations have chosen us to be on the list of top Islamophobes.

Such an award for simply telling Nihad Awad of CAIR to stick Islam where the crescent moon doesn’t shine.

What a great country.

But even better yet, we are happy to announce we made it on the top 13 homophobes (actually number 3) beating Alex Jones (#4) and Rush Limbaugh (#10)

Besides the Muslim community, Shoebat.com would like to extend special thanks to the LGBT community as well for all their efforts on considering us for the third prize. We can’t actually tell these to stick anything where the rainbow doesn’t shine since their orifices beg for some rest.

In exchange for all these favors by CAIR and the LGBT we would like to promote their agenda in exposing the founding fathers who advocated for free speech, including but not limited to the right to promote hate-filled speech.

P.S: if you have any further phobias you want to suggest we promote please write us at walid@shoebat.com

Walid Shoebat, Shoebat.com 8 Comments [6/25/2016 3:35:44 PM]
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Quote# 120059

The dictionary defines the word “vulgar” as, “Lacking refinement or cultivation or taste.” Taylor Swift's music videos are VULGAR! She's a temptress! A big tease! A sex symbol for Satan! These video producers and Miss Swift are perverted and evil!!! Miss Swift continually bends over, expressing an impudent whorish look upon her face, wearing bedroom attire, seducing the viewer, and behaving shamefully. This is heathendom at it's worst!!! Every God-fearing Christian ought to be upset about this ungodly trash!!! Taylor Swift is a homewrecking tramp!!! She's a bimbo female who needs to go put her clothes back on and keep them on!!! If you want honor, then stop behaving like a pig in the hogpen of sin!!! SHAME ON TAYLOR SWIFT!!! SHAME!!!

Honestly, if someone from a decent culture came to America, they would be shocked and highly offended by such lewd filth. What Taylor shamefully does in her music videos is just as evil as if you walked into a store and saw a lewd woman rolling around sensually on the floor, opening her skirt, showing her underwear, gyrating her thighs and looking like a Marilyn Monroe prostitute. The store manager would call the police, she'd be arrested and removed, and the judge would force her to undergo psychiatric treatment!!! The Devil hates you teenager!!! The Luciferians behind the occult music industry hate you! Taylor Swift by her actions is showing that she hates you too! No woman who aborts her baby would admit to hating her child, but do you call murdering your baby “love?”

Evil always begets more evil. When Taylor Swift stands before God, she is going to find out all the destructive consequences of her wickedness—the rapes, fornications, child molestations, divorces, adulteries, wife beatings, et cetera—which have occurred because of her amoral, sexually-perverse, despicable influence on society!!! I actually heard Taylor Swift once tell Oprah Winfrey that she knows she [Taylor] is a role model to young girls, and has a responsibility to them. Role model for what? ... a sleazy whore!!! I am not condemning Miss Swift, for I am a sinner just like anyone else.

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Precious 16 Comments [6/25/2016 3:34:04 PM]
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Quote# 120058

"You're conflating witness with actually doing God's work."

Strike two against you. They are one in the same. You cannot witness without doing Gods work and you cannot do Gods work without witnessing.

"Remember the parable of the Sheep and the Goats? The Sheep get their place in Heaven because they cared for Jesus's physical (not spiritual) needs in the guise of the poor and downtrodden, the Goats don't because they didn't do that. No mention of witness at all."

You have absolutely no idea what that scripture is saying while you are dead set on your opinion of what you think it says. I wont even bother.

"I dare say it's the williness to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and care for the sick that makes someone a True Christian, not the act of witnessing! So I guess you are No True Christian!"

Thats 100% works religion. You would make an absolute perfect Catholic. Though you would end up being a goat in the end because you did not receive eternal salvation through Jesus Christ, so as to be saved.

Your little world is wrapped up in what kind of a hero you think that you can be, by trying to save the world, instead of resting on the complete work that Christ did on the cross for the whole world and sharing that gospel with the lost, while feeding and clothing them at the same time, in the name of Jesus Christ, instead of in the name of self..

"You can't argue with that! I'm speaking on God's behalf! :P"

One Truth, Unfundamentalist Parenting 4 Comments [6/25/2016 3:33:54 PM]
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Quote# 120056

("Me? I think your God and your Satan are both shady people, and will avoid interacting with both unless one of them forces me to open a can of whoop ass.
That said, if anyone wants to worship one or the other, hey, go for it, just not on my property.But you've really got to come to terms with the fact that I can by my own free will select neither of your guys.")

Yep. And when you stand before Christ Almighty, naked in your shame because you refused and rejected He who bore your sins on the cross, and you are cast into The Lake of Fire, which is the eternal punishment for the wicked, you will certainly, in all of your self righteous pride and freewill, be the one who made that awesome decision. Bravo!

One Truth, Slacktivist 4 Comments [6/25/2016 3:30:25 PM]
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Quote# 120055

A Kentucky man burst into a mosque during worship services and began shouting about Jesus.

Luke Michael Roberts, of Elsmere, was charged with theft, impersonating an officer, criminal trespassing and disturbing a lawful meeting after police said he entered the Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati and disrupted prayer services, reported WCPO-TV.

Police said Monday the 37-year-old Roberts entered the mosque in West Chester Township, Ohio, about 11:25 p.m. June 14 — two days after a deadly shooting in Orlando — and shouted “Jesus is lord” while Muslims prayed.

One of the worshipers confronted Roberts, who said he was a police officer and didn’t have to leave.

When another worshiper tried to call police, Roberts tried to take away the man’s phone.

Roberts was arrested and released on bond, and he is scheduled to appear Tuesday in court for a hearing on the misdemeanor charges.

A spokesman for the mosque said security had been increased for nightly prayer services during Ramadan, which last through July 5 — particularly after the deadly Pulse nightclub shooting by a Muslim gunman claiming ties to Islamic militant groups.

“We are going to take it up one notch,” said Ashraf Traboulsi, the mosque’s vice chair, last week after contacting regional law enforcement.

Luke Michael Roberts, Raw Story 7 Comments [6/25/2016 3:15:53 PM]
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Quote# 120051

(Excerpt from an e-mail sent out by Bill Donohue celebrating the failure of a bill that would have made it easier for victimcs of sexual abuse to bring cases against their abusers)

The bill was sold as justice for the victims of sexual abuse, when, in fact, it was a sham: the proposed legislation that failed to make it to the floor of the New York State legislature in the wee hours of Saturday (the session that began on Friday ended at 5:00 a.m. the next day), was a vindictive bill pushed by lawyers and activists out to rape the Catholic Church.

If the statute of limitations were lifted on offenses involving the sexual abuse of minors, the only winners would be greedy and bigoted lawyers out to line their pockets in a rash of settlements. The big losers would be the poor, about whom the attorneys and activists care little: When money is funneled from parishioners to lawyers, services to the needy suffer. The Catholic League is proud of its role in this victory.

Bill Donohue, Joe. My. God 30 Comments [6/24/2016 3:24:30 AM]
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Quote# 120049

The LGBTs want to take our rights:
"The Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBTQ rights organization in the country, on Friday announced it is officially supporting stricter gun laws in the wake of the mass shooting at an Orlando gay nightclub last weekend.
The HRC’s Board of Directors made the decision Thursday evening during a special meeting, and agreed to support limiting access to assault weapons, expanding background checks, and limiting the ability of those on terror watch lists or with a history of domestic violence to obtain guns."

Rabbits don’t want conflict, and the powers that be don’t want a shit storm. Gun owners may, as a result of this type of action, genuinely create both – and they don’t even have to violate any laws to do so.
Most estimates are that there are around 8 million gays in the United States, though many question if that may just be an exaggeration designed to create an impression conducive to their goals. Personally I suspect it is closer to 3 million. Nevertheless, if these gays want to try and attack the rights of gun owners, all gun owners need to point out is that if they begin to feel hostile to gays, and begin to see gays as too emotional and illogical, they might begin to not believe the testimony of gays in trials.
If that happened, it would in effect jury-nullify all hate crimes laws, and possibly affect any trial involving a crime committed against a gay. Personally now, I am quite confident that nothing a gay says could be believed, if they cannot come to terms with the fact that Islamic fundamentalism, and not a gun, was the cause of the Orlando shooting. I can’t help but realize how that realization of their illogicality would contaminate any testimony from any gay in a trial setting. I would even question whether any physical evidence was manufactured by an overly emotional gay, unable to deal with simple reality as it exists.
To us, such an image of the future would be meaningless. But to an individual with an amygdala unable to confront even the slightest hardship, and terrified of the slightest threat, this realization would be horrifying.
There are about 102 million gun owners out there (32% of all Americans), and all a defense attorney would need to do is find one to put on the jury of a man who beat a gay guy, stabbed a transgender, or murdered a transvestite. Did a transgender man use the girls locker room when a pee wee swim team was changing, and get beaten to a pulp? Don’t think the beater is going to get convicted on the word of the gay. If gays think guns should be banned, then the gay’s testimony is meaningless, and I would assume any evidence had been fabricated in an overemotional meltdown.
I have to confront the fact that if gays are this unable to perceive simple reality, I could probably never vote to convict in any such case. I suspect if I had been on the trial of the Orlando shooter tomorrow, I am not sure I would have been able to vote guilty, given the stories of a second shooter, the gay holding the door shut, and the fact that the shooter himself appears to have been gay. It would all have been too convoluted, I suspect. I would probably have let him walk out the door of the courtroom a free man, and I would have felt it was the only moral outcome, given my convictions regarding the gay’s inability to perceive simple realties such as Islamic radicalism, and the fact guns reduce crime when the law abiding have them.
The potential consequences against gays would admittedly be dangerous. Millions of people who want to commit crime might begin targeting gays specifically, knowing that they would be unlikely to be convicted, given how all it would take is one of the 102 million gun owners to land on their jury – and the lawyers of the perpetrator would undoubtedly be looking for gun owners to put on the jury. Gang members, who need to kill somebody as an initiation might seek out gays as victims, thinking they would be a free kill, and sadly there would be nothing I could do about that. Those prone to engage in violence against gays specifically because of homophobia might be emboldened, and gay attacks could increase precipitously, and obviously all of those gay attackers going free without any consequence would be unfortunate.
However gays do not seem to consider our safety when contemplating their actions. They are all too happy to try and make us and our families less safe by preventing us from getting the guns we want to protect them. So the idea that gays would be less safe due to our realization that gays are too emotional and cannot be trusted, would not be of concern to me. I would have to vote my conscience – every time – and I suspect most other gun owners would as well. One thing we do well is vote.
If this idea were to spread widely, this development would have two effects. One, gays will be presented with an idea that advocating for gun control will bring real consequences they cannot control – something they are not designed to cope with. This is an open conflict stimulus which they are not designed to function in the presence of.
Two, the powers that be will realize they are bringing about a situation where the integrity of government will begin to be degraded. Once a group is, from a practical perspective, unable to appeal to the justice system for justice, it will not be long before the entire system’s foundation is in question. I suspect most politicians, rather than see this come to pass, would rather let everything cool off.
Perhaps this is the only path forward for the nation however – one step closer to Apocalypse.
If you as a gun owner feel this piece represents how you feel about this issue, please feel free to cut and paste this to your fellow gun owners, and publish it wherever you like – attributed or not, I couldn’t care less.

Anonymous Conservative, Anonymous Conservative 23 Comments [6/24/2016 3:24:02 AM]
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Quote# 120045

A man who tried to grab a gun at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas at the weekend said he wanted to shoot the candidate, court papers say.

Michael Steven Sandford, 19, who is believed to be British, is expected to appear in a Nevada court shortly.

According to the court papers, he went to a Trump rally on Saturday at the Treasure Island Casino.

He reportedly approached a Las Vegas police officer to say he wanted an autograph from the candidate.

He has a UK driving license and told police he had been in the US for one and a half years, the court papers say.

The detainee reportedly told police he had been planning to try and shoot Mr Trump for about a year but had decided to act now because he finally felt confident enough to do so.


He told police if he had not tried to kill Mr Trump at this rally he would have tried again at a rally in Phoenix, for which he had already booked tickets, the papers say.

Michael Steven Sandford, BBC News 30 Comments [6/24/2016 3:20:04 AM]
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Quote# 120044

During their years at Anderson University Gary and Audrey both attended Eastside Church of God where they were regularly challenged by the sound teaching of Pastor Dwight Dye. Following college, Gary and Audrey were married and soon moved to Indianapolis, where Gary was offered a position as Europe and Middle East Trade Specialist with the Indiana Government.

After making the move to Indianapolis, the young couple began attending The Church at the Crossing (affiliated with the Church of God, Anderson) and soon became involved as youth counselors. About that time, Gary started traveling more extensively overseas because of his job, and soon began to witness events leading us toward a world government. He learned there was a definite agenda to unite all the governments of the world under a single umbrella for the purpose of control. This emerging one-world government, he discovered, was being referred to by insiders as “The New World Order.”

Skeptical at first, he began looking into these matters for himself, only to realize that many of those at the helm of this "New Age" movement were heavily involved in the occult. The forces involved included many U.N. Officials, U.S. Government leaders, a virtual "Who's Who" of the international banking community, and a number of religious figures. Increasingly, Gary felt challenged to do something about these developments... to warn people of what lay ahead. He remembered the commitment he made to God as a young man. Was the Lord taking him up on his promise?...

After much prayer, the doors began to open in the summer of 1984, and his direction became more clear. Gary was invited to share his findings with small church groups. Soon he was asked to discuss the subject on radio talk shows. In April, 1985, ten months after beginning to speak out against world government and the New Age movement, he was issued an ultimatum by an administration superior. He was asked to keep quiet about this subject, or else resign his position. In May, after one last trip overseas to the Soviet Union and China, Gary submitted his letter of resignation.

After more than 10,000 hours of intense personal research and seven years of struggling to overcome obstacles, his perseverance finally paid off with the publication of En Route To Global Occupation. It was a team effort between Gary, his wife, and God. Although tested at times to their limits - trying to complete this project while raising a family - they never gave up. The experience strengthened their faith in Jesus Christ while teaching them to be obedient at all cost. When starting the project, Gary promised to give all the glory and honor for any forthcoming success to the Lord Jesus Christ. The same still holds true.

In 1997, Gary began working on a new project. He believed God was leading him to write a book that chronicled the past, present and future of the One-World movement by examining the lives and plans of the 20th century's top New Agers. His goal: to give Christians a full understanding of the threat posed by this occult movement. His book, The New World Religion, became a reality in 1999 and has influenced many Christians to be more discerning. It has also been instrumental in leading some New Agers to accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior.

gary kah, gary kah 18 Comments [6/24/2016 3:18:33 AM]
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Quote# 120043

In the wake of the attack on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida last week, many right-wing Christian religious leaders have celebrated the shooter’s actions, but a Texas pastor is taking that to a whole new level.

Pastor Donnie Romero of Stedfast Baptist Church in Fort Worth told his flock he agrees “100 percent” with Baptist Pastor Roger Jimenez, who made news with his sermon advocating that the government should use a firing squad to “blow their brains out.”

“These 50 sodomites are all perverts and pedophiles, and they are the scum of the earth, and the earth is a little bit better place now,” Romero said in the Sunday sermon. “And I’ll take it a step further, because I heard on the news today, that there are still several dozen of these queers in ICU and intensive care. And I will pray to God like I did this morning, I will do it tonight, I’ll pray that God will finish the job that that man started, and he will end their life, and by tomorrow morning they will all be burning in hell, just like the rest of them, so that they don’t get any more opportunity to go out and hurt little children.”

Romero went on to cite Sodom and Gomorrah, which he called the first ever “queer mass murder” and called out mega churches, whom he believes are too soft on preaching anti-gay sermons. Biblical scholars believe the “sin” in the story had nothing to do with homosexuality, rather it was about inhospitality.

In a twist, Romero was ordained by Pastor Steve Anderson, who also made the list of anti-LGBT religious leaders standing with the actions of the shooter.

Pastor Donnie Romero, Raw Story 22 Comments [6/24/2016 3:04:02 AM]
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Quote# 120034

I saw your post saying abortion will never be equal to hate crimes, and I am in no way trying to be disrespectful or angry or anything but in the U.S. alone 51 million babies have been aborted since 1973. The death toll from hate crimes in America, however, is only in the thousands. That's terrible too, but not nearly as big a number as abortion has pooled up.

spaghettiworks, Tumblr 28 Comments [6/23/2016 3:19:31 AM]
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Quote# 120032

Recent discourse on child pornography falsely portrays it, like child sex in general, as a disaster for the child. Children are (supposedly) "traumatized" because they cannot consent, and their parents cannot consent for them. Thus all child-adult sexual contact is called rape (actually, it is statutory rape which usually involves no real physical violence at all), and the child pornography is considered documentation "crime" and more or less permanently remains available on the Internet for all to see.

Unfortunately, there are small numbers of people who really do abuse children, and who even violenly rape them, without the child's consent or that of their parents. These are, and should be crimes, of course.

Yet there are many children seen in child pornography whose words, facial expressions, body language, and orgasms show that they thoroughly enjoy the sexual activity, sometimes enjoying it immensely. Why causing another human being intense enjoyment and pleasure, without any complaint from the alleged victim or his/her parents, is necessarily a crime is one of the contradictions of our sex-conflicted age.

BoyWiki, BoyWiki 55 Comments [6/23/2016 3:03:27 AM]
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Quote# 120026

WATCHING PORN IS DANGEROUS it is Witchcraft you are performing SEX MAGICK with Demons

Pornography is Witchcraft

In our current world pornography is used by witches and sorcerers to bind souls to the kingdom of darkness; hence, pornography is witchcraft and sorcery.

Of course not all involved in the porn industry production are witches and sorcerers, some humans do it because it gives them joy and easy money. Not every female model in porn is a witch, though there are many witches there, rather a big percentage do it for money and as a way for income. Whores, who sell the use of their bodies for money, are also a big part of the female porn models specially by doing porn they earn a lot more money than from prostituting themselves to individuals.

Often a witch female when she does porn (besides doing a service to her master Satan, the evil one) she is after fans to admire her and she is after gathering followers since she considers those hooked to her as belonging to her, their souls, their spirits belonging to her.

Obviously, she writes, there is a spiritual force that the Bible is warning us about. It causes us to take leave of our senses. Witchcraft releases strong confusion against our minds so that Jesus is not the clear focus of our lives. Once that happens, we are more vulnerable to the vain imaginations the enemy whispers to our souls. We have a responsibility to know about this spiritual wickedness and guard ourselves against it. With that said, she writes, here are eight signs you are under a witchcraft attack:

1. Confusion
2. Trouble paying attention
3. Wanting to hide in your cave [she means cocoon yourself]
4. Forgetting who you really are
5. Discouraged, depressed and ready to quit
6. [Feeling of being] Angry and frustrated
7. Sickness, aches and pains
8. Just plain worn out.

Anonymous Coward, Godlike Productions 26 Comments [6/23/2016 3:01:44 AM]
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Quote# 120022

you have it the wrong way round man was never an ape. the wee monkeys came about through early animal man having sex with the huge she apes around him at that time very long ago.

stormy petral, Y! answers 19 Comments [6/23/2016 2:58:31 AM]
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Quote# 120020

And I sorry to hear about the ugliness you've endured for witnessing. This gay guy called me late one night, wanted to know if some guy, can't remember his name, was home for some fun? He found my new cell phone # on a bathroom wall at some park in OK. So I started witnessing to him and he responded with the dirtiest, ugliest language he could think of. Well I didn't let his filth bother me and was bound and determined that he needed Jesus. So I told him that I was claiming him for Jesus and would be praying for him. I told him it was no accident that he called me. He hung up on me. So about a week later he called me by mistake and hung up on me. I called him right back and said the least he could do was say "hey before you hung up" and told him I was still praying for him. He said, "Lady, don't you have someone else you can bother??!!" So that was a few years ago and I have always hoped the Holy Spirit spoke to him.

fan4sure, Rapture Ready 29 Comments [6/22/2016 5:00:16 AM]
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Quote# 120019

In order to understand why those aboard the Komagara Maru were not allowed to land we must first investigate as to why the Chinese Head Tax and Chinese Exclusion Laws were enacted. You can read about it here, here, here, and here. Simply put, these laws were enacted to protect west coast labourers from the negative effects Asian immigration was having on their livelihoods; a frustrating situation that was at the root of the 1907 Vancouver Asiatic Riot.

The arrival of the Komogata Maru off the coast of British Columbia in 1914 found itself in the wake of these earlier events. It is reasonable to assume that successive waves of Indian immigrants would have followed if the Canadian government allowed those aboard the Komogata Maru to land and take up residency. This would have flooded the B.C. economy with cheap excess labour, the kind of excess Chinese and Japanese immigration was producing with the attendant negative effects on the wages of Canadians living in the province. The Canadian government's priorities rest squarely with the welfare of its citizens and if Asian immigration to British Columbia was adversely affecting the living standards of Canadians in that province then the government did the right thing by refusing the illegal immigrants aboard the Komogata Maru the right to land. Read more about it here.

The main problem with the apology is it implies that what the government did at the time was wrong. Taken in its historical context the government acted and did what was best for those Canadians who would be negatively affected by their landing. Denying the landing of the passengers of the Komogata Maru, and thus controlling immigration, was the right thing to do and the apology is therefore unwarranted.

So on May 8 the government doled out "$5 million to the Chinese-Canadian community in grants for commemorative and educational projects related to immigration restrictions." Then, the next day on May 9 they doled out "$10 million to the Ukrainian-Canadian Foundation to support initiatives marking the First World War internment of Ukrainians and people from other eastern European ethnic communities in Canada." Then on May 12 Ottawa promises an unwarranted apology to the Indo-Canadian community for the Komogata Maru "incident" while doling out "$2.5 million in grants to commemorate the two-month standoff with the Komagata Maru." Then on May 13 the Conservatives act "to recognize Ukrainian famine as a genocide." This is clear cut ethnic vote pandering and that's why the apology is insincere. Just throw the seals some fish and watch them clap.

The Harper Conservatives are a minority government angling for ethnic block votes to win a future majority. So, they are apologizing for Indo-Canadian votes. That's it! There is no other reason. It's for votes and of course we Canadians pay for them out of our pockets with tax dollars doled out here and there for some grievance or another and it seems Canadians are getting fed up with it. Read the comments that follow the CBC article and you'll see what I mean. They are quite revealing.

No apology is necessary. The government did the right thing given the circumstances and acted with the interests of Canadians in mind. The Canadian government owed nothing to those aboard the Komogata Maru who were not Canadian citizens and were challenging Canadian immigration laws with their illegal act. The government of today should be taking notes, not giving hallow apologies.

PaxCanadiana, Canadian immigration reform 9 Comments [6/22/2016 4:59:58 AM]
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Quote# 120018

Hmm. Ethnic markets. I wonder what they mean by ethnic markets. I mean who has no qualms poaching Ontario's wildlife for profit in ethnic markets. All the members of Canada's ethnic communities, and I mean all of them , who make up these so-called "ethnic markets" are law abiding citizens, or so I'm told. None would ever, ever, ever engage in any illegal activity whatsoever.

So I'm blaming you, the white heterosexual conservative male. It's obviously all your fault. You hate diversity so it stands to reason you hate biodiversity as well. So sad! Just embrace the "new Canada" already. It's for your own good. If need be I can set you up with a government funded lobotomy if that'll help. You'll love it, I promise.

Oh, and incidentally we need another head tax.

Pax Canadiana, Canadian immigration reform 9 Comments [6/22/2016 4:59:38 AM]
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Quote# 120017

I don’t believe he gives a damn about climate change. I think he’s using it as a platform to champion with hopes it will net him a nod from Stockholm. It also feeds his messiah complex. It’s all about him really. Everything, be it the election, gender equality, or climate change. It’s a means to generate narcissistic supply for the narcissistic Prime Minister and mine adoration from a sycophantic press and a fan base of half-wits.

Were he truly concerned about climate change his party wouldn’t be so determined to shovel more people into the country especially from nations with a lower carbon footprint per capita than Canada. This is because Canadians have one of the largest carbon footprints in the world. To put this in perspective, while China is the biggest global producer of CO2 emissions it also has the largest population in the world and broken down per capita Canadians are bigger producers of CO2 emissions than the Chinese. Yet China is a top source of immigrants to Canada as is India and the Philippines. Immigrants from these countries, and elsewhere, increase their carbon footprint simply by moving to Canada.

A specific way immigrants contribute to climate change is pushing urban sprawl onto the nation’s arable lands making Canada more dependent on food imports and large agribusiness factory farms both of which have larger carbon footprints than a farm growing local produce. Furthermore, in urban sprawl the car is king and urban sprawl just expands the urban heat island effect.

Canadians’ large carbon footprint may have to do with the fact that Canada is a northern country with long, cold, dark winters and short hot summers. It’s a vast country with a relatively sparse population. To stay warm during the winters, cool in the summers, and to generally traverse its great expanse requires the consumption of inordinate amount of resources. This may help explain why Canada is warming twice the global rate. Canada isn’t suitable to hosting a large population.

Whether you accept climate change is real or not is up to you. However Justin Trudeau has made it very clear it’s very real and very important to him. When the next election rolls around another one million more people would have been imported into the country increasing their carbon footprint and Canada’s as well. Allowing that, coupled with his international playboy-esque jet setting, if climate change really matters to Justin Trudeau he has a funny way of showing it.

Pax Canadiana, Canadian immigration reform 4 Comments [6/22/2016 4:59:30 AM]
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[ People like you are the reason I prefer the term "Straight supremacist" when talking in reference to anti-gay individuals. It doesn't downplay exactly what you are. ]

Homosexual activists took the term gay that meant happy for themselves. They took the symbol of the rainbow which was a sign of God’s covenant with the earth to make their plight look equivalent to that of the non-white races. So I won’t be surprised that you propaganda ridden activist would do something so hateful and stupid as attempt to demonize those who disagree with the homosexual act as unhealthy, as if they were racists. And muddy the language to make us sound like we are against homosexual individuals themselves rather than their lifestyle for their own sake with the phrase ‘anti-gay’. It’s quite to be expected. Homosexuality was never disproven to be a mental illness scientifically, it was activists that got it removed as such. So it’s no wonder that the unreasoning attacks against any criticism continue on that tack. Critical thinking has been abandoned when it comes to the whole left’s libertine views.
But consider it more thoroughly; your language is wrong and you are attacking people who hate-not with the implications inborn in your language that they do. This is deeply dishonest.
One ‘lifestyle’ is definitely more moral than the other. This basic reasonable judgement cannot be tossed out with the assumption that this means all straights are better than all homosexuals with your kurt little phrase ‘str8 supremacy’. That is dishonest unreasoning nonsense.
If you love the truth at all you will examine carefully such language and put it where it belongs, in the rubbish bin.

thoughtsandreplies, tumblr 18 Comments [6/22/2016 4:59:18 AM]
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Yesterday, Colorado-based pastor Kevin Swanson addressed the massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando by arguing that homosexuality and Islam are both inherently violent because God gives gay people and Muslims up to their dishonorable ways and other sins like murder.

“Why do homosexuals murder homosexuals?” he asked. Because, according to Romans 1, “God gave them up to vile passions.” “Violence” and “murder,” he said, are deeply tied to homosexuality.

“What’s the bottom line as we view what’s happening in Orlando today?” he said. “I think it is, again, the Romans 1 scenario, it is that God gives them up.”

The Orlando massacre, Swanson added, shows what happens when God’s “restraints have been lifted entirely and when God doesn’t restrain, people go nuts in their sins.”

Swanson hosted an event last year with GOP presidential hopefuls including Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, where he repeated his longtime belief that a just government would put gay people to death.

Kevin Swanson, Right Wing Watch 17 Comments [6/22/2016 4:58:34 AM]
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Three people in the US have been charged after a 14-year-old Amish girl was "given" to a much older man who had helped her parents financially.

Police on Thursday arrested Daniel Stoltzfus, 43, and his wife Savilla Stoltzfus, 42, who are the parents of the teenage girl.

They also arrested 51-year-old Lee Kaplan [...]

Another 11 girls, aged between six months and 18 years, were found at his house in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.

All are thought to be Amish, although court records do not explain where they all came from.

The Amish are a group of Christian people who choose to live very simply. They wear traditional, 18th century style clothes and do not use modern technology such as cars, computers or televisions.

Kaplan is charged with 10 counts of various sexual offenses, including statutory rape.

Daniel Stoltzfus is charged with conspiracy to commit statutory sexual assault.

Both he and Savilla Stoltzfus are also charged with endangering the welfare of children.

Court papers suggest the pair were grateful after Kaplan helped save their farm from being repossessed.

The have admitted to giving their daughter away and said information on the internet made them think it would be legal.

The teenager, who is now 18, became pregnant by Kaplan almost immediately, court records state.

She fell pregnant again at 17.

The couple and Kaplan will face a preliminary hearing on 2 August.

Daniel Stoltzfus, Savilla Stoltzfus, Lee Kaplan, BBC News 18 Comments [6/22/2016 4:57:58 AM]
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Quote# 120005

[On the murder of Jo Cox MP]

Yes but you see things have happened without our agreement or our being consulted.
LGBT happens to be against my own religion (Catholic) yet I am expected to agree warmly with all it demands. I have been already thrown off this site for questioning it.
Muslim immigration - which I have seen in Bradford and Batley - did not cause integration. It caused two rival groups. Yes, there was violence between them too - not very violent but enough to notice.
When the MP delivers the party line on the EU and immigration and it happens to conflict with that of a lot of young men in the area, what else do you expect? It demands a lot of very hard work, especially in schools, to bring about a reconciliation between Muslims and Christians. It can be done, but it is very hard.
If you stick your hand into a wasps' nest, you get stung.

sferoflex, Conservative Home 10 Comments [6/22/2016 4:57:12 AM]
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