Why Homosexuality MUST Be Recriminalized! Part 6

Idolater

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Again, I suspect that you have stories, please share.
So if every pedophile masturbates, and not every homosexual or every heterosexual masturbates, why wouldn't you want to focus on masturbation, instead of on homosexuality, if you're mostly concerned with keeping these dangerous and violent criminals from gaining any more advantage over their victims than they're already managing to procure? Their victims being our most vulnerable: our children.
 

aCultureWarrior

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So if every pedophile masturbates, and not every homosexual or every heterosexual masturbates, why wouldn't you want to focus on masturbation, instead of on homosexuality, if you're mostly concerned with keeping these dangerous and violent criminals from gaining any more advantage over their victims than they're already managing to procure? Their victims being our most vulnerable: our children.
Again, I suspect that you have stories, please share.

Next up: The fraudulent "Fairness For All Act".
 

Idolater

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Again, I suspect that you have stories, please share.
A Little Wine is the only Apostolic counsel on the ethical matter of drinking liquor or alcohol. A Little Wine is not uncontroversial, since the context there is Bishop Timothy's "stomach's sake" and "frequent infirmities". But what we know about A Little Wine today, scientifically, is that alcohol is a type of drug called depressant, as in, the opposite of an antidepressant. So it relaxes you.

A Little Wine relaxes you a little, and that's what the Apostle St. Paul, told the Bishop St. Timothy, to do; "Drink no longer water, but use a little wine."

A lot a wine relaxes you a lot, and it relaxes you so much that what are called prohibitions drop. It's bioelectrically measurable. Prohibitions are the limits of what we'll tolerate. Grooming has to do with a lot of wine and lowered prohibitions and putting an ethical shortcoming on the level of a moral failing, a paedophile child rapist being an example of a moral failing in this context. The target is groomed when it is secured that he or she, or neither he nor she, will inform on their crimes, for at least a good 50 years, give or take.

We're all victims of violent criminals, whether directly or not, what these people have done and continue to do, whenever they can, seemingly, shapes our culture.

When you first tolerate something unethical in your life, something like lying, for example, "[What a wicked web we weave when we first learn to deceive]" then proceeds. If it's drugs, if it's liquor, if it's masturbation or pornography, the first time it is accepted, can frequently and easily usher us directly into a bad habit, which proves that it is an ethical matter and not a moral one, because that's how vices develop, a vice being a habit of making a certain unethical choice, basically all the time. We all have vices, plural. We all do this, by no matter what standard you're measuring yourself against, we all practice unethical habits, like smoking cigarettes /Marlboros.

We drink too much! But in terms of grooming, too much wine relaxes the target victim child too much, dropping ethical limits on what the child will put up with. The child must accept the violence for it "to work" for the Paedophile /rapist. The victim child must comply, in order for it "to work." Because the violence in child rape is subtil.

Because if you have a bad habit of complying with rapists, then you've been groomed, and that's only going to occur if your prohibitions are "inhibited" which means lowered, and your prohibitions are the limits of what you, as a potential victim of a violent criminal, will put up with. Once you tolerate an unethical choice in your life, it can quickly develop into a bad habit. We all have vices.

Drinking too much. Anger and other permanent bad attitudes. Poor hygiene or poor diet. Vices are numerous. You need a victim with a vice, in order to exert certain violent crime against him or her, or neither him nor her. Because of this vice you have, the violent criminal leverages the shame you already feel, so that you won't be tempted to reveal your shame, because then you also don't have to talk about the pedophilia, because every victim knows exactly that a violent crime's being perpetrated upon them, everybody knows that. But because they're ashamed of their vice, that the pedophile rapist either formed in you, perhaps through drinking too much, establishing a vice in you, that they then subsequently used to get access granted to committing more violent crime against this now basically helpless victim child.

Honestly, if we just got back to rethinking the acceptance, toleration, celebration of masturbation, I think we would have fewer child rapists today. Just rethink. Ask the question again. Is this really something we're OK saying is ethical behavior? To wank?

Child rapists wank.
 

marke

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Why not give your boy Donald Trump credit where credit is due? Trump and his God-hating, child molesting/indoctrinating, institution destroying homosexual/transgender movement worked* very hard to get to where they are today, persecuting Christians being one of the main tenets of Trump's LGBT movement.

*If you want to call firebombing a Christian church, destroying private property/suing and closing down Christian owned businesses as well as beating up and/or making death threats against anyone that spoke out against Trump's 'gaystapo' "work" you can, but I prefer to call those acts domestic terrorism done by a terrorist organization.
You seem obsessed with any infraction committed by anyone not fully aligned with democrat perverts. You should instead be more obsessed with how democrat perverts are now destroying what remains of the godly foundations early Christians built this country upon so many years ago.
 

aCultureWarrior

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You seem obsessed with any infraction committed by anyone not fully aligned with democrat perverts. You should instead be more obsessed with how democrat perverts are now destroying what remains of the godly foundations early Christians built this country upon so many years ago.
How about you just admit that you have no problem with what people do in private (as long as you don't have to see it...and unless you have the same equipment as HRC Terry founder Bean has, then you wouldn't be seeing it) and that it's the homosexual/transgender agenda that bothers you so much?
Can you at least admit that?
 

marke

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I am not motivated to try to regulate what people do in private. My duty is to preach the Word of God and do everything I can to influence others and the government to do what is right, not what God teaches us is wrong.
 

aCultureWarrior

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I am not motivated to try to regulate what people do in private. ..
I have to admit that is a another way of saying the most commonly used libertarian/liberal phrase of "What people do in private is no one's business!", but it does fall under libertarian doctrine nonetheless.

"Consequently, we defend each person’s right to engage in any activity that is peaceful and honest, and welcome the diversity that freedom brings. The world we seek to build is one where individuals are free to follow their own dreams in their own ways, without interference from government or any authoritarian power."
https://www.lp.org/platform/

Of course that mentality goes directly against Judeo-Christian doctrine, as it's impossible to love God (and His institutions) with all of your heart, mind and soul and to love your neighbor as yourself if you don't stand up against immoral behavior and the agendas that come with them.

On now a word from libertarian icon and baby murderer Murray Rothbard (Rothbard believed that parents had a right to starve their handicapped baby to death).

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Keep working on your con...
 

aCultureWarrior

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So you have "bedroom invasions" planned?
Do you actually think what goes on in the bedroom of homosexuals doesn't seep out into society? The same could be said of other immoral behaviors that are done "in the privacy of your own home" (recreational drug use, pornography, etc. etc. etc.)
 

aCultureWarrior

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Non-sequitur

So you're also going to hunt those people down too?
That's the righteous role of civil government: Romans 13, 1 Peter 2: 13-15.

Thoughts on your libertarian leaders like Murray Rothbard stating that parents have a right to starve their handicapped baby to death or Walter Block justifying a father selling his 4 year old son (who is not an adult) to a member of the North American Man Boy Love Association in exchange for food?

I love talking libertarianism, almost as much as I love exposing libertarian/liberal Donald Trump.
 

ok doser

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So you have "bedroom invasions" planned?
Should sinners be allowed to commit sin, in private or in public?

Should government (especially our American corrupt, untrustworthy government) take on the responsibility of controlling sin, in public or in private?

Should the control of sinful behavior be placed in the hands of sinful men?



I don't have the answers to these questions I'm just throwing them out there as things to ponder.
 

marke

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I have to admit that is a another way of saying the most commonly used libertarian/liberal phrase of "What people do in private is no one's business!", but it does fall under libertarian doctrine nonetheless.

"Consequently, we defend each person’s right to engage in any activity that is peaceful and honest, and welcome the diversity that freedom brings. The world we seek to build is one where individuals are free to follow their own dreams in their own ways, without interference from government or any authoritarian power."
https://www.lp.org/platform/

Of course that mentality goes directly against Judeo-Christian doctrine, as it's impossible to love God (and His institutions) with all of your heart, mind and soul and to love your neighbor as yourself if you don't stand up against immoral behavior and the agendas that come with them.

On now a word from libertarian icon and baby murderer Murray Rothbard (Rothbard believed that parents had a right to starve their handicapped baby to death).

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Keep working on your con...
Nobody has any right to violate the rights of others or to contribute to the degeneracy of a nation's morals by committing acts in private which have those effects and consequences.
 

marke

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God
That's the righteous role of civil government: Romans 13, 1 Peter 2: 13-15.

Thoughts on your libertarian leaders like Murray Rothbard stating that parents have a right to starve their handicapped baby to death or Walter Block justifying a father selling his 4 year old son (who is not an adult) to a member of the North American Man Boy Love Association in exchange for food?

I love talking libertarianism, almost as much as I love exposing libertarian/liberal Donald Trump.
God is not confused or fooled by political labels. The soul that sinneth shall die, unless other conditions allow God to forgive those sins.

Ezekiel 18:4
Behold, all souls are mine; as the soul of the father, so also the soul of the son is mine: the soul that sinneth, it shall die.
 

aCultureWarrior

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To break into people's homes?

You have very strange ideas about what scripture means.
Is that what you libertarians believe, that arresting (and hence helping) those who engage in sexual perversion amounts to breaking into people's homes?

Probably cause, search and seizure laws and warrants for arrest still apply to those who engage in sexual perversion as they do to any other American.

Take for instance your boy Donald Trump housing known pedophile Jeffrey Epstein at his Mar a Lago resort several years ago. Just because Donald and Jeffery were on private property doesn't mean that they could engage in all kinds of moral depravity. When it was discovered what was going on in Ma Lar go, warrants were issued.

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How was your first lesson in the American Criminal Justice System 101?
 
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aCultureWarrior

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God

God is not confused or fooled by political labels. The soul that sinneth shall die, unless other conditions allow God to forgive those sins.

Ezekiel 18:4
Behold, all souls are mine; as the soul of the father, so also the soul of the son is mine: the soul that sinneth, it shall die.
Explain how a person can identify as a Christian libertarian and still follow the teachings of God and His Son Jesus Christ.
 
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aCultureWarrior

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Should sinners be allowed to commit sin, in private or in public?

Should government (especially our American corrupt, untrustworthy government) take on the responsibility of controlling sin, in public or in private?

Should the control of sinful behavior be placed in the hands of sinful men?



I don't have the answers to these questions I'm just throwing them out there as things to ponder.
Excellent questions, I'll be sure to include rainbow flag waver Donald Trump in all of my answers.
 
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