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  • Originally posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    For those of you not familiar with what Art Brain is talking about, it's about an off the cuff comment that a Christian television actor made in a interview where he told the truth about homosexuality.
    Hmm, it would seem as though you're the one somehow not familiar with what I was talking about as the actual pertinent video would be the following - and there's extended versions as well:



    Now either you're having trouble following the context of a conversation or you were deliberately trying to sidetrack it back to your own little pet obsession. Whichever it is it either makes you look thick(er) or a liar. Take your 'pick' (as Phil Robertson would likely say)

    Art's rants are documented in the table of contents in both part 1 and 2. His defense of indoctrinating innocent children into accepting homosexuality (as long as two homosexuals love each other) in a righteous society would be grounds to have Art incarcerated for pedophilia.
    Oh geez, you talking about rants is as ironic as an 'H bomb' complaining it didn't have enough time to explode properly. Your whole thread is one big boring rant, all two an a half years of it...telling also how you can't bring yourself to condemn Robertson's own vile words and instead hide behind the usual veneer of smog.

    Carry on with your nutty delusions...
    Well this is fun isn't it?

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    • Nazaroo is clearly off his rocker.

      And most likely off his meds again.
      "My first cry neverending
      All life is to fear for life
      You fool, you wanderer
      You challenged the gods and lost

      Save yourself a penny for the ferryman
      Save yourself and let them suffer
      "
      - Nighwish, "Planet Hell"

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      • Originally posted by Balerion the Black View Post
        Nazaroo is clearly off his rocker.
        I'm not even the main contributor to this thread.
        But all you've got time for is me.


        Lets do the math:

        User Name Posts
        aCultureWarrior 484
        GFR7 288
        Arthur Brain 96
        TracerBullet 95
        Christian Liberty 95
        alwight 81
        shagster01 63
        Heterodoxical 57
        Nazaroo 54

        I come in 9th, at 54 posts out of 1,600, or less than 4% of total contributions here.


        You're crap. Smell yourself.

        Go live in a leftist country like Cuba.

        Don't come back.

        Behold, the whirlwind of the Lord
        Goes forth with fury, A continuing whirlwind;
        It will fall violently on the head of the wicked.
        The fierce anger of the Lord will not return
        until He has done it, And until He has performed
        the intents of His heart.
        In the final days you will consider it. - Jer. 30:23-24



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        • Originally posted by Nazaroo View Post
          This guy makes an even better and more detailed,
          even handed analysis of this incident and ongoing problem:

          More on Michael Brown
          For those that don't want to watch the entire video, the case is made at the 18:15-22:00 mark, showing that Officer Darren Wilson was justified in using deadly force against a 6'4", 292 lb. violent male who was without a doubt high on drugs.

          GFR7: Please share the video with your friends at HRC, GLSEN, GLAAD and the 13 other homosexual organizations that painted Officer Darren Wilson as a cold blooded murderer before knowing the facts. I'll look forward to reading a retraction of their previous letter.
          http://www.hrc.org/blog/entry/lgbt-o...-michael-brown
          The very long history of Donald Trump's pro homosexual and transgender activism, before and during his Presidency, can be found on page 141, post # 2113 and #2114.
          http://theologyonline.com/showthread...=1#post5336963
          http://theologyonline.com/showthread...=1#post5336964

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          • Originally posted by GFR7
            I don't have friends there and I was motivated by the idea of over-militarized police.
            Addendum:

            Also the evils of for-profit policing are abundantly clear, and there is nothing "Christian" about supporting them:

            http://www.slate.com/blogs/moneybox/...ps_harass.html
            Last edited by GFR7; August 20th, 2014, 10:23 AM.
            He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him.
            ~Daniel 2:22

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            • As I had mentioned in an earlier post, GFR7 and the homosexual movement that he is a big part of has had a HATRED of police going back in modern times to the Stonewall Inn in NYC.

              Here's some of the reasons (in their own words) why homosexuals hate law enforcement:

              With Malice Aforethought: LGBTQs and the criminal justice system

              The legal definition of malice aforethought includes "an intent willfully to act in callous and wanton disregard of the consequences to human life."
              Throughout much of U.S. legal history, this would be an apt description of the legal system's approach to people beyond the traditional definitions of sexuality and gender identity.

              The ways the system has harmed the LGBTQ community are many, but here are a few key historical problems:

              — Sodomy and related sex laws. They primarily targeted gay men. Illinois was the first state to get rid of its sodomy law, in 1961, and the U.S. Supreme Court finally banned such laws in Lawrence v. Texas in 2003.

              — Targeting "vice." These commissions and police squads go after any illegal activity, including prostitution. But many over-eager departments have also targeted gay men having consensual sex (without prostitution), and police have had handsome decoys pose as gay men in order to entrap victims in public spaces. Police even placed ads in gay papers' personals and massage sections seeking to entrap men.

              — Cross-dressing laws. Many states and cities had laws that barred people from wearing items traditionally linked to the opposite sex. These laws allowed for police harassment and arrests. It took Chicago until the 1970s (first through legal rulings and later through City Council action) to eliminate the cross-dressing law.

              — Dancing queens. While it was technically not illegal, police often harassed and arrested people for dancing with a partner of the same sex. Until the early 1970s, most Chicago-area gay bars banned same-partner dancing to avoid additional police scrutiny.

              — Official harassment. LGBT bars, especially prior to 1980, were targets of police shakedowns, and were often also harassed by the Mafia. The police harassment created a large level of distrust in seeking help from authorities when the businesses experienced other problems, and owners often turned to the Mob for pseudo-protection. Police cooperated with media to provide names of those arrested—resulting in lost jobs and even suicides.

              — Fear of authorities. Because of this fear, including potential arrest, many gays did not report crimes, including shakedowns by men impersonating police officers, or blackmail from other criminals. This in turn allowed criminals to flourish. Even today, community organizations often document higher anti-LGBT crime numbers than police do, because of this fear of reporting to authorities.

              — Institutionalized bias. Past exclusion of known sexual-minority persons from law licenses, police employment and other jobs meant openly LGBT people did not have a seat at the table in creating policies and enforcing laws.

              — Gay panic. This is a common "defense" used by those charged with violent gay attacks and murders, and it has often been successful.

              — Ignoring violence. Neighborhoods perceived as "gay" have often been targeted by gay-bashers and serial killers. In the past, because police ignored the crimes or often treated them with little seriousness, LGBTs organized their own street patrols and response, including a whistle-blowing campaign in 1970s Chicago, and a 1980s Pink Angels group. Ignoring violence has gone beyond ignoring neighborhood gay-bashing to ignoring or belittling individual complaints of crime or to inadequate investigations of homicides. Some serial killers likely were able to continue their trade longer because of a lack of police attention to their attacks, and their victims. (John Wayne Gacy, Larry Eyler and Jeffrey Dahmer are three such examples.)

              — Criminalization of HIV and AIDS. Gay men have been targeted for their sexuality based on the consequences of these types of laws, many of them still on the books. And new HIV/AIDS transmission laws are also being passed with regressive language.

              — Intimate-partner violence. Police and authorities have had a difficult time handling domestic-violence cases involving people of the same gender, or gender non-conforming people. The police ask "who is the man" or "who is the woman" because they do not have the training to understand how LGBT relationships work.

              — Mishandling transgender cases. The police across the U.S. have had difficulty with transgender survivors of attacks, and with solving the large number of transgender murder cases. Victims are often treated with shocking levels of ignorance and transphobia.

              — Prison problems. Discriminatory denial of prison rights or privileges, derogation, and the debatable issue of segregation, which has sometimes seemed to benefit sexual-minority prisoners but can lead to more discrimination or harassment by guards.

              — Criminalization of sex work. Transgender people, who face employment discrimination and lack of access to extremely expensive (often life-saving) gender-related medical care, are disproportionately engaged in sex work. But even those who are not are frequently arrested as sex workers by police simply for "walking while trans."

              These are just a few of the problems related to LGBTs and the criminal justice system...


              Read more: http://www.windycitymediagroup.com/l...tem/42712.html

              Society is dealing with some very sick and often times violent people here, people who need righteous laws enacted to help them with their sickness, not laws that encourage and allow them to continue in it.


              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Eyler
              The very long history of Donald Trump's pro homosexual and transgender activism, before and during his Presidency, can be found on page 141, post # 2113 and #2114.
              http://theologyonline.com/showthread...=1#post5336963
              http://theologyonline.com/showthread...=1#post5336964

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              • Originally posted by a Culture Warrior
                GFR7 and the homosexual movement that he is a big part of has had a HATRED of police going back in modern times to the Stonewall Inn in NYC.
                Uh huh. Only I never was part of this movement, and up until 4 years ago, was a major supporter of police.

                My brother-in-law is a Lieutenant in Homicide and Major Crimes.

                Please stop spreading falsehoods; it is libelous to do so in the U.S.

                Looking back, I see you doing the exact same to others - to the TOL poster called

                WizardofOz in the case below -

                and all I can say is that on no other forum would such libelous nonsense be tolerated:


                Originally posted by WizardofOz

                The deceit of aCultureWarrior:


                1). aCW lies about me twice in post #4. First he calls me a homosexualist but has no evidence to support his (false) claim. When asked for evidence aCW slithers away and says he "don't have the time nor desire to" back his accusations up with evidence.

                2). aCW calls me a "moderate Libertarian" although I have corrected him dozens of times by telling him I am not and have never been a Libertarian.


                3). If you post any replies to aCW, he will make immature comments packed with innuendo that suggest you are active in the LGBT community. An example of this is in post 14 when, rather than supporting his (false) claim as I challenged him to do, he says:
                Last edited by GFR7; August 20th, 2014, 11:25 AM.
                He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him.
                ~Daniel 2:22

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                • Originally posted by GFR7 View Post
                  Uh huh. Only I never was part of this movement, and up until 4 years ago, was a major supporter of police.

                  My brother-in-law is a Lieutenant in Homicide and Major Crimes.

                  Please stop spreading falsehoods; it is libelous to do so in the U.S.

                  Looking back, I see you doing the exact same to others - to the TOL poster called

                  WizardofOz in the case below -

                  and all I can say is that on no other forum would such libelous nonsense be tolerated:
                  It's standard aCW diversionary 'tactics'. When he's caught in deception or having made a pratt of himself (which is pretty much most of the time) it's his usual MO, along with drowning his thread with laborious cut 'n' pastes and telling us all that he'll address those issues that he's unable to address sometime within the following fifteen years etc...
                  Well this is fun isn't it?

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                  • Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post
                    It's standard aCW diversionary 'tactics'. When he's caught in deception or having made a pratt of himself (which is pretty much most of the time) it's his usual MO, along with drowning his thread with laborious cut 'n' pastes and telling us all that he'll address those issues that he's unable to address sometime within the following fifteen years etc...
                    thnx - but, it seems it would just be simpler if he simply did not slander others, to begin with . . . aaaargh
                    He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him.
                    ~Daniel 2:22

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                    • Originally posted by GFR7 View Post
                      thnx - but, it seems it would just be simpler if he simply did not slander others, to begin with . . . aaaargh
                      Well, you'd think, but then he has a problem with that, or is just incapable of it altogether...
                      Well this is fun isn't it?

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                      • Originally posted by Arthur Brain View Post
                        Well, you'd think, but then he has a problem with that, or is just incapable of it altogether...
                        It seems he is incapable of it....
                        He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him.
                        ~Daniel 2:22

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                          • Originally posted by PureX View Post


                            Yes, that much is very true.

                            But the philosophical arguments I work from, say it can affect society and children, while keeping one's marriage in tact.

                            Arguments here.
                            He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him.
                            ~Daniel 2:22

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                            • Originally posted by GFR7 View Post
                              Yes, that much is very true.

                              But the philosophical arguments I work from, say it can affect society and children, while keeping one's marriage in tact.

                              Arguments here.
                              yet your arguments cannot provide concrete evidence of any negative effects. I wonder why that is.

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                              • Originally posted by TracerBullet View Post
                                yet your arguments cannot provide concrete evidence of any negative effects. I wonder why that is.
                                Why don't you go to the site, and give them that feedback? I am serious: They are always asking how the site is being received. I wonder what reply they would give you? (they normally email back) Why don't you do it, and tell me how they reply?
                                He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him.
                                ~Daniel 2:22

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