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Message Subject THE BLACK SUN UNVEILED and the Birthday Child of December 21, 23 , 2012..
Poster Handle HEYLEL
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Have you ever heard of "Life is a stage" or "ORDO AB CHAO or even the "Ends Justifies the Means?" Rayrayz?

Just FYI dude, you have taken the Jew propaganda, hook, line and sinker. Hence, you are what I cal fawken Mind Controlled sheople acting like a crazy wanna be goat as you run off the cliff with the other billions of sheep.

All I see when you write and reply to AI is baaaaa, baaa. baa. Yet, the wool has so grown over your eyes you cannot even see the past the mind control you have sold your soul to.

 Quoting: HEYLEL

Show me what I have claimed is propaganda or not true?

You can't. So you are just going to through a hissy fit because you have a faulty world view that can't stand the test against facts.

Mind controlled sheep eh? This coming from a guy that literally lives in a fantasy world and thinks he is the second coming of Christ?

You are too cartoonish of a character to take seriously.

Weak and miserable attempt...and the Queen song at the end of your post is gayer than aids.
 Quoting: Rayrayz

All Jew conspiracies are propaganda you fool...

Coming from you, that is no sweat off my brow and correction, I AM the 1 thousand plus coming of Saint John. At least get that rite if you are going to make fun of me. When you start embedding David Duke videos and spouting Jew this and Jew that, I now know the kind of brain dead fool that I AM dealing with.

I guess next you are going to go after the Illuminati and bankers and that is after you vote Republican because Obama dont have a birth certificate.
 Quoting: HEYLEL

One of the most retarded responses in the history of my posting on the internet...I really mean that...not exaggerating.

Then show me how the facts are twisted or how my argument is flawed using logic and reason. You can't...it's not how you roll. You roll thinking you are "thousand plus coming of Saint John". Which makes you totally mentally insane and void of any ability to discern fact from total baloney fiction.

How about you debate the facts laid out on that video?

Come on Morty, dissect and analyze the vid and state what he got wrong....again, you can't...so it's back to the toddler fist pounding and leg kicking because someone told you Santa Clause wasn't real. Pathetic...

 Quoting: Rayrayz

I don't bother myself with the details. There has been a war going on for thousands of years and a ww

St. John the Baptist before his birth had caught the blessed influence of the Messiah's presence and communicated it to Elizabeth in the joy she felt at the salutation of Mary. And sweetly has the echo of another voice, that of St. John the Beloved, carried the joy of the Saviour's Gospel to the ends of the earth. Surely in these two shadows of the Master's figure, one before, the other after the noon-day of the Redemption, "Jehovah has been gracious."

If the name is common among Christians, we need not be surprised to find that of all others in the history of the Catholic Church it is the one that suggests the ripest fruit of Christian sanctity. The number of persons who, under 1 Ex. gr. II. Mac., xi, 17.

this name, have been placed on the calendar of the saints, or who are mentioned as canonized, beatified or venerated in different churches and religious orders, amounts to upwards of a thousand. From the Acta Sanctorum of the Bollandists, the hagiography of the Abb£ Migne, the various authen ticated Menologies we gather the history in detail of about one hundred and eighty canonized saints; nearly one hundred more bear the appellation of Beatus; the remainder are called Venerabilis, which means that their claim to the process of beatification and canonization has been recognized by the Church, and a large number belong to the host of confessors of the faith whose title to the honor of heroic sanctity is established either by the fact of martyrdom or by an immemorial tradition such as gives stability to a cult that cannot be placed to any mere credulity or superstition.

SOURCE: The American ecclesiastical review;: a monthly publication for ..., Volume 10
By Catholic University of America
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