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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior

    Again: I'm forbidden from talking about Donald Trump outside of my own thread. That being said: If you're implying that I'm a liar and should be punished for libel,



    at least have the decency to debate me in the appropriate thread that show's the truth about homosexuality and the people who have promoted the LGBTQ agenda.



    Which has nothing to do with you calling me a liar and stating that I've committed libel against Donald Trump.

    You can send me your apology via private message if you don't wish to post it here.


    Have you sent Wiz an apology for your pompous crap about him having 99 separate user accounts? Or for all the others you bracketed who were obviously people in their own right? For all those you've falsely accused of being gay?

    Oh wow, can't make this stuff up. Ya daft pompous crank. Get to grips with your own homosexuality and get out of that bloody closet man! For your own sake...
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    Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior

    I get it loud and clear Art:

    You refuse to acknowledge that a disgusting moral degenerate like Margaret Sanger is a racist because she is the mother of the modern day sexual anarchist movement.

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    Um, no you don't. Given that you've regularly lied and invented up homosexual innuendo and sleaze up about people here and their families you're in nooooo position to go on about morality or lecture about it either dude. Why do you lie about people like that?

    Gosh Art, if you could only put some of that moral indignation of yours towards a woman who met with the extremely racist Women of the Ku Klux Klan (and was proffered a dozen invitations from like minded groups) and is the founder of a baby murdering/pro homosexual/racist organization that is behind the murder of close to 50 million unborn babies over a 44 year period of time here in the US alone.

    Please don't derail this thread over your obsession with me Art, TOL deserves better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Brain View Post

    Ya daft pompous crank. Get to grips with your own homosexuality and get out of that bloody closet man! For your own sake...
    He brings it on himself. In the French, Un homme, contrairement ŕ sa nature.
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    So, what?

    believe it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    Gosh Art, if you could only put some of that moral indignation of yours towards a woman who met with the extremely racist Women of the Ku Klux Klan (and was proffered a dozen invitations from like minded groups) and is the founder of a baby murdering/pro homosexual/racist organization that is behind the murder of close to 50 million unborn babies over a 44 year period of time here in the US alone.

    Please don't derail this thread over your obsession with me Art, TOL deserves better.
    Um, well, first off, supply accredited evidence for your claims and by 'accredited' I mean from credible sources and not ones that just fell off the back of ya head...

    Secondly, there's only one person obsessed with you doofus, and that's...

    ...

    Oh, it's you!



    Now stop being a crank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior

    Gosh Art, if you could only put some of that moral indignation of yours towards a woman who met with the extremely racist Women of the Ku Klux Klan (and was proffered a dozen invitations from like minded groups) and is the founder of a baby murdering/pro homosexual/racist organization that is behind the murder of close to 50 million unborn babies over a 44 year period of time here in the US alone.

    Please don't derail this thread over your obsession with me Art, TOL deserves better.


    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Brain View Post
    Um, well, first off, supply accredited evidence for your claims and by 'accredited' I mean from credible sources and not ones that just fell off the back of ya head...
    Oh but I did Art, and that "accredited/credible source" came from you and your Wikipedia article.

    How soon your forget that the founder of Planned Parenthood spoke to an "extremely racist" organization.

    If you want to do some research Art, you'll find that the KKK was at the height of it's membership and violence during the time Margaret Sanger spoke to them and unless Sanger didn't have access to newspapers, magazines, radio, or people talking about the Klan's violence and hatred of Jews and blacks, then she had to have known whom she was speaking to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    Oh but I did Art, and that "accredited/credible source" came from you and your Wikipedia article.

    How soon your forget that the founder of Planned Parenthood spoke to an "extremely racist" organization.

    If you want to do some research Art, you'll find that the KKK was at the height of it's membership and violence during the time Margaret Sanger spoke to them and unless Sanger didn't have access to newspapers, magazines, radio, or people talking about the Klan's violence and hatred of Jews and blacks, then she had to have known whom she was speaking to.
    Despite having a lot of support from black people and denouncing the Nazis in the exact same account?

    Go back to your project and projecting blog dude. I'm sure your army of fans can't wait for you to update it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior

    Oh but I did Art, and that "accredited/credible source" came from you and your Wikipedia article.

    How soon your forget that the founder of Planned Parenthood spoke to an "extremely racist" organization.

    If you want to do some research Art, you'll find that the KKK was at the height of it's membership and violence during the time Margaret Sanger spoke to them and unless Sanger didn't have access to newspapers, magazines, radio, or people talking about the Klan's violence and hatred of Jews and blacks, then she had to have known whom she was speaking to.


    Now that it's been established that I used "accredited/credible source" to show that Margaret Sanger met with the "extreme racists" of the KKK, Art Brain writes:

    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Brain View Post
    Despite having a lot of support from black people...
    I'm sure if you wanted to do your own personal survey and ask "black people" what they thought of the KKK and people who spoke at their rallies (and received a dozen proffers from like minded groups), they'd gladly share their opinions with you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    I'm sure if you wanted to do your own personal survey and ask "black people" what they thought of the KKK and people who spoke to them (and received a dozen proffers from like minded groups), they'd gladly share their opinion with you.
    Several already did as it would seem. Still, you think MLK was potentially a homosexual and thought nothing of using a blatantly racist website without even acknowledging it as source.

    Get out of the closet man.
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    Quote: Originally posted by aCultureWarrior

    I'm sure if you wanted to do your own personal survey and ask "black people" what they thought of the KKK and people who spoke to them (and received a dozen proffers from like minded groups), they'd gladly share their opinion with you

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    Several already did as it would seem.
    It's already been established that there are black people who are for abortion, and hence embrace Planned Parenthood. That being said, that has nothing to do with Margaret Sanger attending a KKK rally and the attendees (i.e. the "extreme racists") being so enthused with her speech that she received a dozen invitations to speak to like minded groups.


    Still, you think MLK was potentially a homosexual and thought nothing of using a blatantly racist website without even acknowledging it as source.
    If you'd actually paid attention to what was said in the thread you would know that it was a black congressman from Harlem (Adam Clayton Powell) that made those allegations.
    I initially defended King by saying that he liked his hookers too much to be a homosexual, until I found out about his...ahem...close friendship to Baynard Rustin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    It's already been established that there are black people who are for abortion, and hence embrace Planned Parenthood. That being said, that has nothing to do with Margaret Sanger attending a KKK rally and the attendees (i.e. the "extreme racists") being so enthused with her speech that she received a dozen invitations to speak to like minded groups.
    How many black people do you suppose would have supported Sanger if she was a proponent of eugenics based on race?


    If you'd actually paid attention to what was said in the thread you would know that it was a black congressman from Harlem (Adam Clayton Powell) that made those allegations.
    I initially defended King by saying that he liked his hookers too much to be a homosexual, until I found out about his...ahem...close friendship to Baynard Rustin.
    You do realize your "ahem" business is really lame, right? And let's face it, you'd believe gay innuendo rumours about anyone at the drop of a hat. Heck, you start them yourself.

    Get out of the closet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior
    It's already been established that there are black people who are for abortion, and hence embrace Planned Parenthood. That being said, that has nothing to do with Margaret Sanger attending a KKK rally and the attendees (i.e. the "extreme racists") being so enthused with her speech that she received a dozen invitations to speak to like minded groups.

    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Brain View Post
    How many black people do you suppose would have supported Sanger if she was a proponent of eugenics based on race?
    I'm pretty certain had any black people heard what Margaret Sanger had to say to the "extreme racists" of the Women's Ku Klux Klan, none.

    Quote: Originally posted by aCultureWarrior
    If you'd actually paid attention to what was said in the thread you would know that it was a black congressman from Harlem (Adam Clayton Powell) that made those allegations.
    I initially defended King by saying that he liked his hookers too much to be a homosexual, until I found out about his...ahem...close friendship to Baynard Rustin.

    You do realize your "ahem" business is really lame, right? And let's face it, you'd believe gay innuendo rumours about anyone at the drop of a hat. Heck, you start them yourself.

    Get out of the closet...
    Who am I to question a liberal black Congressman like Adam Clayton Powell?

    In 1960, Powell, hearing of planned civil rights marches at the Democratic Convention, which could embarrass the party or candidate, threatened to accuse Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. of having a homosexual relationship with Bayard Rustin unless the marches were cancelled. Rustin was one of King's political advisers and was an openly gay man. King agreed to cancel the planned events and Rustin resigned from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Clayton_Powell_Jr.

    It's from wiki, so it must be true....except that the article didn't say that King rehired the communist and homosexual later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior
    It's already been established that there are black people who are for abortion, and hence embrace Planned Parenthood. That being said, that has nothing to do with Margaret Sanger attending a KKK rally and the attendees (i.e. the "extreme racists") being so enthused with her speech that she received a dozen invitations to speak to like minded groups.



    I'm pretty certain had any black people heard what Margaret Sanger had to say to the "extreme racists" of the Women's Ku Klux Klan, none.

    Quote: Originally posted by aCultureWarrior
    If you'd actually paid attention to what was said in the thread you would know that it was a black congressman from Harlem (Adam Clayton Powell) that made those allegations.
    I initially defended King by saying that he liked his hookers too much to be a homosexual, until I found out about his...ahem...close friendship to Baynard Rustin.



    Who am I to question a liberal black Congressman like Adam Clayton Powell?

    In 1960, Powell, hearing of planned civil rights marches at the Democratic Convention, which could embarrass the party or candidate, threatened to accuse Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. of having a homosexual relationship with Bayard Rustin unless the marches were cancelled. Rustin was one of King's political advisers and was an openly gay man. King agreed to cancel the planned events and Rustin resigned from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Clayton_Powell_Jr.

    It's from wiki, so it must be true....except that the article didn't say that King rehired the communist and homosexual later.
    So, no actual proof that MLK had ever had a homosexual relationship then and nothing really addressing the fact that several prominent black people had no issues with Sanger. Same ole...
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