Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
Society and History / Re: A Victory in the Infowars!
« Last post by dpareja on August 13, 2018, 11:48:03 pm »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vT4eiy2dsg

The next domino to fall: TJ Kirk (aka The Amazing Atheist) made a joke on Twitter mocking the New York Times' decision to hire Sarah Jeong, and was summarily banned. (Note that Twitter has not banned Alex Jones.)
2
It's not violating freedom of religion, you can be whatever religion you please. It's called being professional. If you're there to bloody teach, you teach. You aren't being paid to proselytise. If you are a teacher you are being paid to do a very specific job, teach the curriculum. Teacher's are also in a position of unique power, you are creating a textbook hostile environment for students who don't share the teacher's views if they use their job as a soap box. The "freedom not to participate" is just the freedom to know that you'll be excluded, at best, if you don't share the teacher's religion.

But it violates the right of public prayer. It is a greater violation of rights for the teacher to not be allowed to pray, than it is for a student not participating in a classroom prayer because at worst they will have to wait throughout the prayer.
You OK with a Muslim leading a class of American kids to prayer?

Still OK if the teacher is well liked and charismatic enough that a majority of kids in the class ditch Christianity to become Muslims and pray with their teacher towards Mecca?

Well it isn’t that likely that a Muslim teacher would convert the students to Islam. I would be ok with the Muslim teacher leading Muslim students in prayer.

No, the Muslim teacher is praying in public leading his students in prayer. The other students are free to participate or not participate in the prayer, whether muslim or otherwise.
3
Once again, Jakey-boy proves that he has no fucking clue what freedom from religion, or freedom of religion, means.
4
Maybe you haven't noticed but Christianity is declining, particularly in the west but Islam is growing worldwide. Still down with that?
5
Politics and Government / Re: The lead-up to the 2018 midterms begins
« Last post by dpareja on August 13, 2018, 10:16:10 pm »
How?

Ironbite-love to see this.

How what?
6
Politics and Government / Re: The lead-up to the 2018 midterms begins
« Last post by ironbite on August 13, 2018, 09:22:47 pm »
How?

Ironbite-love to see this.
7
But your original reasoning of it being a threat to national governments is, by your own admission, bullshit, no?
8
So now you're saying extra-marital sex is no biggie, at least not outside your fantasy world, yes?

It still is a big deal because it still causes other smaller problems, such as ruining relations between spouses, divorce etc. If it involves politicians it can create political scandals. And there is a slight risk of it causing something extremelike in the parallel universe. It also leads to damnation. 
9
So now you're saying extra-marital sex is no biggie, at least not outside your fantasy world, yes?
10
You're the one saying extra marital sex is bad because it destroys kingdoms, not me. Furthermore, you said democracies are just as susceptable to collapse via cucking. It's on you to prove both of those claims, not me.

My evidence for the claim is that it is extremely rare and has only been documented in the parallel universe not in this universe, in either monarchies or Republics showing that both are just as susceptible.
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10