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John Winston Lennon
200. LACK OF RESOLUTION
22. INVENTION, PRUDENCE, MYSTERY

John Winston Ono Lennon
300. ARDENT FAITH, PHILOSOPHY
60. WIDOWHOOD
2. DESTRUCTION, DEATH, CATASTROPHE
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John Andrew Boehner
18. STUBBORNNESS, INCORRIGIBLE
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 Quoting: the darkness comes


Ok, so you just make claims and don't actually discuss anything unless it involves an ego-based anecdote designed to make you look good. I get it. So you are blowing nothing but smoke...
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and because I say seeds of war planted in September, don't expect WW3 to happen Oct. 1st.
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WW3? What? Does it involve Turkey? What the hell are you planting?! (Garlic?) Stop it man! Lets all come to a diplomatic resolution.
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I second this.

Proof that he is psychopath who needs help. He's obviously never lost anyone, much less lost anyone in a war... Maybe he just lost his compassion.

He won't even divulge what he means by a "greater good". Will ya, darkness? We are just supposed to sit back in and say "ooooh, he's so badass and mysterious"...

Leave us alone, bro. Go start a war on some other planet.

whatever
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Hey darkness comes

OK so I have to ask this question because I am a convert to Islam, and have researched it exhaustively and the way you speak of this religion is really dumbfounding. Please do bear with me, I do have some very valid questions on this topic...

But first, With all due respect, Muslim elites? Maybe these people are Muslim by name, family, identity, tradition, what may be, but Muslim Elite is an oxymoron (unless speaking of a Muslim Individual with massive knowledge of the Quran and religion, that metaphor would be appropriate but only in terms of knowledge and intellect not 'bloodline' or money/power etc). A Muslim is one who submits them self to God the creator through a direct spiritual connection, no need for an intercessor, and what is known as the 5 pillars - prayer 5 times a day in which you ask for guidance and forgiveness from the Master and Creator of the Universe aka God aka Allah (Christian Arabs call God Allah by the way :), charity, fasting in Ramadan, pilgrimage if and only if one is able, and belief in the oneness of Allah the creator along with all of his prophets including the last one, Mohamed, may peace and blessings be upon them.

Now the way in which you talk of 'Muslim Elites' being a control group in the world is beyond me because Islam teaches that all humans from every race and background are equal in creation (only men are one degree higher by default- due to responsibility-women get pregnant so men have to step up and protect naturally). Islam means Peace- I know this has been said a lot, but its fact. Peace is not warring with the Zionists or jewish people or Christians. Therefore anyone who does so knowingly is clearly not a Muslim period. These Elites are most definitely suffering a sickness of the heart and are surely transgressing and being led astray due to worldly illusions. Muslims learn that this world is only but a temporary existence, a test in which humans must pass by searching for God and Purpose, trying their best to be the best possible human they can be through good deeds, character and pure intentions and of course to never lose hope in God's mercy.

Promise the questions are coming soon...

The Quran is a preserved living miracle, one in which the Creator, Allah, revealed to mankind things we need to know- such as purpose of life, what happens when we die,existence of other intellectual beings called the Jinn, existence of Angels, stories of other Prophets and civilizations of the past to learn from, Warnings of Judgment Day and what will happen on that day etc. It is a fascinating text to say the least.

It was revealed through the Angel Gabriel to Mohamed, over a period of 23 years, in bits and pieces, and has survived in its original form for over 1400 years.Each time a revelation came, usually in front of witnesses, it was memorized due to the beauty rhyme and cadence, and basically was like an 'email' sent out orally- with no room to edit the verses. It was not written down and made sure it was perfect and original until Mohamed knew he was close to dying. People memorized the verses, and it spread because people who lived in Arabia recognized the language as being literally out of this world. Even the biggest skeptics who never accepted this way of life could not deny this fact. These are all well documented occurrences in history.

Now finally here is my question, other than the scientific linguistic and spiritual nature of this book, why hasn't the 2 challenges given to mankind been completed and won in the past 1400
years?

The challenges being to produce a book, surah (best translation in English being chapter) or even one ayah (verse; ayah actually meaning miracle in Arabic) like it AND to discover just one valid inconsistency in it? Because if these challenges were met - over 1 billion people would be out of a religion- guaranteed.

Next questions,

Why are thousands of people all around the world converting to this religion?

Have you read the Quran and heard its recitation in Arabic, and if so, what are your thoughts on it?

Thank you for reading and I appreciate it if you can take the time and reply.

Peace and blessings

ps- By scientific nature I mean that there is very heavy scientific content in the Quran validated by modern non Muslim scientists. Examples include detailed process of embryology, the big bang, an invisible barrier between salt water and fresh water and these two bodies of water not mixing, ants ability to communicate with each other (recently proven), soul placed in fetus on 40th day modern science says heart starts beating 5-6 weeks, how rain clouds are developed, many more. Remember, this Prophet was a man living the harshest desert conditions 1400 years ago.

Linguisitic Nuances include whole sentence PALINDROMES contained in the book- note that Mohamed was unlettered.
I just mentioned this one because its my favourite, but the eloquence of the Quran is truly something out of this world.

By spiritual I mean the majority of people who hear the recitation of the Quran, especially from a person with a beautiful voice, and especially the ones who understand classical Arabic (the most optimal condition- allows one to truly taste the sweetness of the Quran), whether they be Muslim or not, they describe a heavy spiritual/emotional feeling at the time of listening. Never heard of any other book accomplishing this feat on such a massive scale.

Thanks for reading again!
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who will be the antichrist if he even will rise up? Rick Perry?
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But first, With all due respect, Muslim elites?

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There is a mystical muslim tradition, sorta like Jewish Qabbalah. I'm guessing that is what he's referring to, when he speaks of "muslim elites".

Sooper Sekrit groups with sooper sekrit cheat codes to a game engine that fundamentally doesn't matter.
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No. The theory is that the masses of people have been controlled by a small number of groups - in some way. (That is what I was asking about on the previous page). All religions have been invented by these folks. E.g. the Muslim religion was formed expressly to control a certain type of people - desert tribes and middle eastern city dwellers.
Correct me if I am wrong.
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So all of these groups, regardless of their problems with one another, must have some sort of uneasy alliance to keep the masses in the dark.

Because what is to stop the India Elites (The peaceful do nothings), or the Asian Elites from just spilling everything and ruining the game for every group involved? Game over.

Maybe having power over us is so vital to all of the groups that not one group would ever sacrifice that.
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Hello I'm the original person that posted the ques. on Islam on page 257.

you are referring to Sufism which is similar to Qabbalah only very slightly in the way that it claims to be a branch of a Major Abrahamic religion but in no way is it genuine Islam which was perfected and set in place by the Prophet, upon him be peace, before his death and the only time in recorded history where a whole society completely reformed in every way possible and this happened in the Prophet Mohameds life time something unheard of in human history.
I just don't understand how one can put all religions under the same umbrella and claim them to be man made. Actually I can bc I used to think this way also lol.

But I came to Islam through intellectual reasoning and could not fathom that the Quran is from a human who was unlettered and known as the most honest and trustworthy man to his society at the time.

The scientific data, the majesty of the style, the precision, accuracy, message, content, its preseverence in standing the test of time, and the magnitude of eloquence of the book is hard to argue as being made up by individuals with the sole purpose of mass control. Islam allows one to establish a direct and personal relationship with God and yes there has been corruption after the Prophet died, and in todays modern age but this is either due to political issues or blind faith.

The Quran truly stands for itself and answers any questions and helps with any issue one may have as a human living here on Earth.

I am really curious to know how the Elite insider replies.

Thanks for reading!

Peace and blessings
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and because I say seeds of war planted in September, don't expect WW3 to happen Oct. 1st.
 Quoting: the darkness comes


WW3? What? Does it involve Turkey? What the hell are you planting?! (Garlic?) Stop it man! Lets all come to a diplomatic resolution.
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I second this.

Proof that he is psychopath who needs help. He's obviously never lost anyone, much less lost anyone in a war... Maybe he just lost his compassion.

He won't even divulge what he means by a "greater good". Will ya, darkness? We are just supposed to sit back in and say "ooooh, he's so badass and mysterious"...

Leave us alone, bro. Go start a war on some other planet.

whatever
 Quoting: TheDude99


Well, lets not put all the blame on one person. I mean he comes from an elite society - it's more of collaboration of souls I gather. You also have to understand the arrogance of people like this - it comes with their role in society. The top of the societal pyramid has to manipulate the bottom in clever ways, because the top is useless in comparison to the foundation holding it up in adoration. Stirring up discord keeps the bottom keeps them in ignorance to whom their true enemy is. (Lets not point fingers though! We must hold ourselves responsible and act accordingly.) The proverbial king on top watches from a distance, seeing the big picture, but only spreading knowledge to benefit its own survival.

IMHO, the OP is being true to himself with bold statement like, "planting seeds of destruction." It's what they (elite) do; it's a statement of purpose not pointless malice.

Truth be told, I myself have had 'jobs' where my purpose was to destroy for the greater good - I always felt a tinge of guilt, but the money was good at the time. I understand where he's coming from, nor am I naive to the fact nature has cycles of destruction. (Or did God just punish us?)

At least OP is being honest about his nature and role in this. Is war inevitable? I don't believe so, but it's better than the alternatives to those in power. Without war or fear, we would no longer need a government to protect us from enemies home and abroad. (The dividing lines would be erased and replaced with individual responsibility!) We would no longer need to keep secrets and rely on a secret society or an elite group to dictate what's in our best interests. The truth would be enough, we would be free from the shackles of implied power and forced ignorance. Not to say there wouldn't be danger in the high seas. Naturally, there are always going to be rebels and immoral jackals, but we can certainly learn from them and appreciate their importance to our evolution. And we can always protect ourselves and our community by setting a good example in the first place. The question is, how do we stop a freight train - the way things are - in this dream? Wake up!

OP certainly understands and utilizes many esoteric disciplines as he mentioned in his own words earlier in the thread - a point I want to touch upon. I think the clue he's implanted in this fact, is that all the disciplines all have a common thread. A few I can think of on the top of my head: Ritual, superstition, and of course the spirit. Unfortunately for the masses, these disciplines are perfect for conditioning and influencing people's decisions "for the greater (arrogant) good." Clearly, an elite member of society is going to utilize this tool to gain more believers to his or her cause; even if it's just for a little bit of free attention. (Belief, faith is power ultimately.) OP already has 250+ pages, I think he's doing well in this arena thus far. Believe him or not, he has a following already. Some with a stone in one hand, and a flower in the other. Lets not turn to either the left or the right. This isn't about liking someone or believing something feverishly. It's about being objective and understanding the big picture. This is the essence of predicting the future and seeing the truth.

On another note, lets postulate and say the OP is -not- necessarily part of a specific elite group of whiskey drinking, cigar smoking old condescending (wo)men as he claims. (Too young to be old, unless he's Benjamin Button. But lets not drift off into appearances, since they too are deceiving.) He may just feel or believe he has influence on the world - making him elite by his own definition. I don't think this is wrong, in fact I think we all have an elite power within to influence the course of history. But the biggest piece most of us are missing is the "how."

Ultimately, the elite section of society can only remain elite if they hold onto their assumed power and manipulate the masses to support them and their endeavors. Not unlike this thread. The OP has a great experiment going here. Is it really genuine? I doubt it on some level - it's probably for a self-aggrandizing purpose to some degree. (As if the title of elite wasn't enough.) This is the GLP, the lunatic fringe after all. (Read the fine print.)

Sorry for the length.
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who will be the antichrist if he even will rise up? Rick Perry?
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It's gonna be that little red-headed step child Prince Harry.
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Hey darkness comes

OK so I have to ask this question because I am a convert to Islam, and have researched it exhaustively and the way you speak of this religion is really dumbfounding. Please do bear with me, I do have some very valid questions on this topic...

But first, With all due respect, Muslim elites? Maybe these people are Muslim by name, family, identity, tradition, what may be, but Muslim Elite is an oxymoron (unless speaking of a Muslim Individual with massive knowledge of the Quran and religion, that metaphor would be appropriate but only in terms of knowledge and intellect not 'bloodline' or money/power etc). A Muslim is one who submits them self to God the creator through a direct spiritual connection, no need for an intercessor, and what is known as the 5 pillars - prayer 5 times a day in which you ask for guidance and forgiveness from the Master and Creator of the Universe aka God aka Allah (Christian Arabs call God Allah by the way :), charity, fasting in Ramadan, pilgrimage if and only if one is able, and belief in the oneness of Allah the creator along with all of his prophets including the last one, Mohamed, may peace and blessings be upon them.

Now the way in which you talk of 'Muslim Elites' being a control group in the world is beyond me because Islam teaches that all humans from every race and background are equal in creation (only men are one degree higher by default- due to responsibility-women get pregnant so men have to step up and protect naturally). Islam means Peace- I know this has been said a lot, but its fact. Peace is not warring with the Zionists or jewish people or Christians. Therefore anyone who does so knowingly is clearly not a Muslim period. These Elites are most definitely suffering a sickness of the heart and are surely transgressing and being led astray due to worldly illusions. Muslims learn that this world is only but a temporary existence, a test in which humans must pass by searching for God and Purpose, trying their best to be the best possible human they can be through good deeds, character and pure intentions and of course to never lose hope in God's mercy.

Promise the questions are coming soon...

The Quran is a preserved living miracle, one in which the Creator, Allah, revealed to mankind things we need to know- such as purpose of life, what happens when we die,existence of other intellectual beings called the Jinn, existence of Angels, stories of other Prophets and civilizations of the past to learn from, Warnings of Judgment Day and what will happen on that day etc. It is a fascinating text to say the least.

It was revealed through the Angel Gabriel to Mohamed, over a period of 23 years, in bits and pieces, and has survived in its original form for over 1400 years.Each time a revelation came, usually in front of witnesses, it was memorized due to the beauty rhyme and cadence, and basically was like an 'email' sent out orally- with no room to edit the verses. It was not written down and made sure it was perfect and original until Mohamed knew he was close to dying. People memorized the verses, and it spread because people who lived in Arabia recognized the language as being literally out of this world. Even the biggest skeptics who never accepted this way of life could not deny this fact. These are all well documented occurrences in history.

Now finally here is my question, other than the scientific linguistic and spiritual nature of this book, why hasn't the 2 challenges given to mankind been completed and won in the past 1400
years?

The challenges being to produce a book, surah (best translation in English being chapter) or even one ayah (verse; ayah actually meaning miracle in Arabic) like it AND to discover just one valid inconsistency in it? Because if these challenges were met - over 1 billion people would be out of a religion- guaranteed.

Next questions,

Why are thousands of people all around the world converting to this religion?

Have you read the Quran and heard its recitation in Arabic, and if so, what are your thoughts on it?

Thank you for reading and I appreciate it if you can take the time and reply.

Peace and blessings

ps- By scientific nature I mean that there is very heavy scientific content in the Quran validated by modern non Muslim scientists. Examples include detailed process of embryology, the big bang, an invisible barrier between salt water and fresh water and these two bodies of water not mixing, ants ability to communicate with each other (recently proven), soul placed in fetus on 40th day modern science says heart starts beating 5-6 weeks, how rain clouds are developed, many more. Remember, this Prophet was a man living the harshest desert conditions 1400 years ago.

Linguistic Nuances include whole sentence PALINDROMES contained in the book- note that Mohamed was unlettered.
I just mentioned this one because its my favourite, but the eloquence of the Quran is truly something out of this world.

By spiritual I mean the majority of people who hear the recitation of the Quran, especially from a person with a beautiful voice, and especially the ones who understand classical Arabic (the most optimal condition- allows one to truly taste the sweetness of the Quran), whether they be Muslim or not, they describe a heavy spiritual/emotional feeling at the time of listening. Never heard of any other book accomplishing this feat on such a massive scale.

Thanks for reading again!
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Just a quick edit- The Quran was not officially compiled in its whole book form until after Mohammed's pbuh death, but he did supervise the scribes who wrote it down intensively and meticulously during his lifetime to ensure accuracy and perfection of the scripture. At that time, thousands of people have already memorized all of it. Today, millions of people have memorized it in its entirety- amazing.
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OP..

whatcha "workin" on?
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How many kids should be the legal limit from a mother and father?
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How many kids should be the legal limit from a mother and father?
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hhhmmmm.......


thats a hard question.... why do you ask?
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Curious. I say 2

How many kids should be the legal limit from a mother and father?
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hhhmmmm.......


thats a hard question.... why do you ask?
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2 kids would mean the population would stay right where it's at
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and because I say seeds of war planted in September, don't expect WW3 to happen Oct. 1st.
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WW3? What? Does it involve Turkey? What the hell are you planting?! (Garlic?) Stop it man! Lets all come to a diplomatic resolution.
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I second this.

Proof that he is psychopath who needs help. He's obviously never lost anyone, much less lost anyone in a war... Maybe he just lost his compassion.

He won't even divulge what he means by a "greater good". Will ya, darkness? We are just supposed to sit back in and say "ooooh, he's so badass and mysterious"...

Leave us alone, bro. Go start a war on some other planet.

whatever
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Well, lets not put all the blame on one person. I mean he comes from an elite society - it's more of collaboration of souls I gather. You also have to understand the arrogance of people like this - it comes with their role in society. The top of the societal pyramid has to manipulate the bottom in clever ways, because the top is useless in comparison to the foundation holding it up in adoration. Stirring up discord keeps the bottom keeps them in ignorance to whom their true enemy is. (Lets not point fingers though! We must hold ourselves responsible and act accordingly.) The proverbial king on top watches from a distance, seeing the big picture, but only spreading knowledge to benefit its own survival.

IMHO, the OP is being true to himself with bold statement like, "planting seeds of destruction." It's what they (elite) do; it's a statement of purpose not pointless malice.

Truth be told, I myself have had 'jobs' where my purpose was to destroy for the greater good - I always felt a tinge of guilt, but the money was good at the time. I understand where he's coming from, nor am I naive to the fact nature has cycles of destruction. (Or did God just punish us?)

At least OP is being honest about his nature and role in this. Is war inevitable? I don't believe so, but it's better than the alternatives to those in power. Without war or fear, we would no longer need a government to protect us from enemies home and abroad. (The dividing lines would be erased and replaced with individual responsibility!) We would no longer need to keep secrets and rely on a secret society or an elite group to dictate what's in our best interests. The truth would be enough, we would be free from the shackles of implied power and forced ignorance. Not to say there wouldn't be danger in the high seas. Naturally, there are always going to be rebels and immoral jackals, but we can certainly learn from them and appreciate their importance to our evolution. And we can always protect ourselves and our community by setting a good example in the first place. The question is, how do we stop a freight train - the way things are - in this dream? Wake up!

OP certainly understands and utilizes many esoteric disciplines as he mentioned in his own words earlier in the thread - a point I want to touch upon. I think the clue he's implanted in this fact, is that all the disciplines all have a common thread. A few I can think of on the top of my head: Ritual, superstition, and of course the spirit. Unfortunately for the masses, these disciplines are perfect for conditioning and influencing people's decisions "for the greater (arrogant) good." Clearly, an elite member of society is going to utilize this tool to gain more believers to his or her cause; even if it's just for a little bit of free attention. (Belief, faith is power ultimately.) OP already has 250+ pages, I think he's doing well in this arena thus far. Believe him or not, he has a following already. Some with a stone in one hand, and a flower in the other. Lets not turn to either the left or the right. This isn't about liking someone or believing something feverishly. It's about being objective and understanding the big picture. This is the essence of predicting the future and seeing the truth.

On another note, lets postulate and say the OP is -not- necessarily part of a specific elite group of whiskey drinking, cigar smoking old condescending (wo)men as he claims. (Too young to be old, unless he's Benjamin Button. But lets not drift off into appearances, since they too are deceiving.) He may just feel or believe he has influence on the world - making him elite by his own definition. I don't think this is wrong, in fact I think we all have an elite power within to influence the course of history. But the biggest piece most of us are missing is the "how."

Ultimately, the elite section of society can only remain elite if they hold onto their assumed power and manipulate the masses to support them and their endeavors. Not unlike this thread. The OP has a great experiment going here. Is it really genuine? I doubt it on some level - it's probably for a self-aggrandizing purpose to some degree. (As if the title of elite wasn't enough.) This is the GLP, the lunatic fringe after all. (Read the fine print.)

Sorry for the length.
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Oh wrong. So very very very wrong!

Surprisingly has some truth.
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2 kids would mean the population would stay right where it's at
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id say 2-3...
or 2 per adult(4)

but I have 3.. 4 would be A LOT ...

i dont know how the Duggars do it...


so chris.. what do you think of the EQ hitting the EC prediction of dr boyland?? what are you told to do this month?
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How many kids should be the legal limit from a mother and father?
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Seven. any more than that is child-hoarding.
People shouldn't have children if they can't afford to raise them.
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Yes, it unnerves me when I see people promoting absolutely no government. Those are usually the first people to die in anarchy - so how ironic. People NEED government. I'd challenge no-gov ppl to live in Somalia, since that country pretty much have no government in some areas, and what gov they have is 100% ineffective.
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lol ur so curious about this month - this month is mostly Middle East stuff, in particular Israel. That's all I can say, cause I don't want too many ppl to dwell on it.

2 kids would mean the population would stay right where it's at
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id say 2-3...
or 2 per adult(4)

but I have 3.. 4 would be A LOT ...

i dont know how the Duggars do it...


so chris.. what do you think of the EQ hitting the EC prediction of dr boyland?? what are you told to do this month?
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Places used to sterilize welfare recipients until all forced sterilization lost favor after Hitler.

How many kids should be the legal limit from a mother and father?
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Seven. any more than that is child-hoarding.
People shouldn't have children if they can't afford to raise them.
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The Duggars piss me off to no end.

2 kids would mean the population would stay right where it's at
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id say 2-3...
or 2 per adult(4)

but I have 3.. 4 would be A LOT ...

i dont know how the Duggars do it...


so chris.. what do you think of the EQ hitting the EC prediction of dr boyland?? what are you told to do this month?
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lol ur so curious about this month - this month is mostly Middle East stuff, in particular Israel. That's all I can say, cause I don't want too many ppl to dwell on it.

2 kids would mean the population would stay right where it's at
 Quoting: the darkness comes


id say 2-3...
or 2 per adult(4)

but I have 3.. 4 would be A LOT ...

i dont know how the Duggars do it...


so chris.. what do you think of the EQ hitting the EC prediction of dr boyland?? what are you told to do this month?
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 Quoting: the darkness comes


lol.. well, I am a "curious one"...
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Places used to sterilize welfare recipients until all forced sterilization lost favor after Hitler.

How many kids should be the legal limit from a mother and father?
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Seven. any more than that is child-hoarding.
People shouldn't have children if they can't afford to raise them.
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Have you seen the movie "Idiocracy"? That's how Los Angeles is now. A huge surplus of idiots, and they all are having babies, babies and more babies!!
Sterilization doesn't sound like such a bad idea.
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The Duggars piss me off to no end.

2 kids would mean the population would stay right where it's at
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id say 2-3...
or 2 per adult(4)

but I have 3.. 4 would be A LOT ...

i dont know how the Duggars do it...


so chris.. what do you think of the EQ hitting the EC prediction of dr boyland?? what are you told to do this month?
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Chris,
If at all possible, Can you make it where NO ONE has kids unless they have the parcel of land to feed each family member? Then limit the amount of land people can buy. This over population is out of hand. No one gives a shit whether homeless kids or orphans have anyone for a family. Everyone is too busy with selfish reproductions of themselves, or they are looking to validate themselves instead of devoting 18+ years of a committment to making this earth a better place.
Thank you
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OP is genuine.

Question: Why do you throw filth in the path of innocents? [Achieved through the constant repetition of advertisements promoting only destructive impulses and nothing good.]

Hypothetically, if you are truly good then an increase in the degree of others' evil will bring with it an increase in the degree of your good. But why do you seek this? Good and evil will destroy each other until harmony is found. Why not cleave to harmony now? You condition people to follow your lead, and then you have the temerity to draw them down dark paths and into folly. It is madness -_-

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The earth gives freely and asks nothing back.

Why should the Sacred Seed be charwoman to something as fictitious as money?

How many kids should be the legal limit from a mother and father?
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Seven. any more than that is child-hoarding.
People shouldn't have children if they can't afford to raise them.
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Last Edited by ThereIsNoHandle on 09/04/2011 03:56 PM
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Chris, Awhile back you mentioned Ron Paul being a sort of barometer indicating the effectiveness of elite's programming.
People are starting to hear what he's saying and taking him seriously.
How does this effect the elite's programming efforts?
Are the elite's going to tighten the screws and develop more effective programming, or is that not as important as the elite agenda progresses?
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The earth gives freely and asks nothing back.

Why should the Sacred Seed be charwoman to something as fictitious as money?

How many kids should be the legal limit from a mother and father?
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Seven. any more than that is child-hoarding.
People shouldn't have children if they can't afford to raise them.
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Without fictitious money kids are unable to eat real food.

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