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  1. If you bothered to read the subtitles, this is what Fr. Peter actually said. as opposed to, or in contrast to.
  2. Calling Bullshit on Twitter Now available! Calling Bullshit: The Art of Skepticism in a Data-Driven World, by Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West. Available here. The world is awash in bullshit. Politicians are unconstrained by facts. Science is conducted by press release. Higher education rewards bullshit over analytic thought. Startup culture elevates bullshit to high art. Advertisers wink conspiratorially and invite us to join them in seeing through all the bullshit — and take advantage of our lowered guard to bombard us with bullshit of the second order. The majority of administrative activity, whether in private business or the public sphere, seems to be little more than a sophisticated exercise in the combinatorial reassembly of bullshit. Read More Here >> Calling Bullshit. The meme below is one example of zombie statistics on Twitter Have a closer look at these stats: 21.4% apparently for shunning and avoidance. Why Most Published Research Findings Are False - Wikipedia What percentage of studies are wrong? "... and is free of bias, there is still a 36% probability that a paper reporting a positive result will be incorrect; if the base probability of a true result is lower, then this will push the PPV lower too." Why Most Published Research Findings Are False - PMC (nih.gov) The #stopasianhate campaign has only created more tension and resentment in our communities. I think the Asian community is going about it all wrong, and unfortunately some groups are trying to profit by overplaying the victim card. Example - Support the AAPI Community Fund. Research the #historyofpandemics, and how various ethnic groups were also scapegoated and discriminated against over the centuries? Sources Infographic: The History of Pandemics, by Death Toll (visualcapitalist.com) 20 of the worst epidemics and pandemics in history | Live Science history of pandemics and discrimination - Google Search I'm guessing the reason why the Chinese didn't even get a slap on the wrist is because all countries are in on it! Some Chinese are also part of the El-itist circles. Which means they're untouchable. Don't get upset or criticize anyone. Recognize that they're all working together. China Deliberately Spread The Coronavirus: What Are The Strategic Consequences? | Hoover Institution History of biological warfare - Wikipedia Biological warfare - Wikipedia Biological Terrorism - Covid 19 spread through micro drone attacks - Google Search Biological weapons (who.int) Sample Class: Will COVID-19 Inspire Bioterrorism or Biological Warfare? (gmu.edu)
  3. SOCIAL MEDIA IS THE DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND "Propaganda films spread and promote certain ideas that are usually religious, political, or cultural in nature. Propaganda film is made with the intent that the viewer will adopt the position that is promoted by the propagator and eventually take action towards making those ideas widely accepted." How would you know if the film in the link below is a propaganda piece? What if it's true, how would you be able to tell? Al Jazeera English on Twitter: "This is what it's like to be a Palestinian prisoner in Israel. https://t.co/TlxOtFOswr" / Twitter Musta’ribeen, Israel’s agents who pose as Palestinians | Conflict News | Al Jazeera
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    The Rainbow

    alexa said: Could a Rainbows In Folklore and Mythology Festival be a necessary catalyst to introduce the Noahide Laws in society, or has the LGBTQ+ community already achieved this? If such a festival were to occur, it could be held separate from Pride Month. As an example, the Rainbows In Folklore and Mythology Festival could be held in fall instead of June when pride month occurs. But this could easily backfire if activists from the gay community got wind of this. One way around any pushback would be to, First, have no affiliation with the gay community or pride related events. This would create a conflict of interest between the festival's business dealings and the gay community's political activities. Second, consider allowing some people who identify as gays to take part in the festival, as long as they don't push for the gay agenda. And if they decide to sabotage this event it would reflect negatively on the LGBTQ community. If any problems were to occur from their end, the public would see them as divisive and problematic. comments?
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    The Rainbow

    Published May 16, 2020 (2 years ago) LGBTQ community infuriated someone else is using rainbow symbol After having read the article above, it got me thinking how a community which has fought so hard for their rights to be recognized, has now become exclusionist towards others. Keep in mind that the symbol of the rainbow belonged to cultures around the world long before the Pride flag made its debut in 1978. Diverse ethnic communities in major cities around the world could get together to organize a Rainbows In Folklore and Mythology Festival. They'd be in a unique position to teach their communities that the symbol of the rainbow is not exclusive to the LGBTQ+ community alone. This way ethnic communities could reclaim the rainbow through the process of cultural education. For example, over the period of a month, various ethnic communities in a city could have venues operating at their local community centres or places of worship, where they would represent their own cultural interpretation of the symbol and its deeper meanings as it relates to their culture. If such a festival were to occur, it could be held separate from Pride Month. As an example, the Rainbows In Folklore and Mythology Festival could be held in fall instead of June when pride month occurs. But this could easily backfire if activists from the gay community got wind of this. One way around any pushback would be to, First, have no affiliation with the gay community or pride related events. This would create a conflict of interest between the festival's business dealings and the gay community's political activities. Second, consider allowing some people who identify as gays to take part in the festival, as long as they don't push for the gay agenda. And if they decide to sabotage this event it would reflect negatively on the LGBTQ community. If any problems were to occur from their end, the public would see them as divisive and problematic. comments?
  6. Sayings from the Eastern Orthodox Christians faith The curse of egotism Patience and thanksgiving When the mind strays Blessed Joseph the Hesychast: The fire of thoughts Don’t scorn any virtue! Love of a mother
  7. It's already happened and continues to this day around the world. In 1199, Innocent III, writing in a letter to the bishop of Metz, banned the reading the Bible in private meetings (which he labeled as occultis conventiculis, or "hidden assemblies"). Censorship of the Bible - Wikipedia was the bible ever banned - Google Search - not all the information in the search results is reliable.
  8. The 7 Deadly Sins Idolatry & Social Media "all our base instincts and sins are fed and stirred up"
  9. Weaponized Censorship Order out of Chaos Step One To remove The Old-World Order, the El-itists will first create a type of controlled chaos, through the use of fake news and misinformation campaigns which causes mass confusion. They use revisionists and negationists to change the historical narrative by censoring books, films, news etc. Step Two Then to usher in their vision of A New World Order, the El-itists gradually introduce a new version of history. Once they have government control of censorship, they'll rewrite history to support whatever position helps to push their agenda forward and their supremacist ideology. Check out these Google Search Results ... According to historynet.com, the ancient Greek hero Achilles did not exist? Yet, Heinrich Schliemann discovered the remains and treasures of Troy. Could it be that the same group of people who promoted the idea that Jesus Christ never existed, are also the same group who claim that historical figures like the ancient Greek hero Achilles never existed? Achilles: Bronze Age Warrior (historynet.com) << Historical Revisionism or Negationism? heinrich schliemann - Google Search For Christians, these lies remove a crucial historical element which allowed biblical scholars to trace and archive the existence of the fallen. If these ancient tales of heroes, mythological gods and daemons are going to be whitewashed from history with lies, what will the El-itists replace them with? To further a political agenda many times the historical record gets buried, altered or destroyed. Printed Books are more reliable than digital ones! Misinformation, Bias and Lies As part of the controlled opposition, it's highly likely that the El-itists have their agents involved in events like Banned Books Week to keep tabs on the subject of censorship and free speech. September 18 - 24, 2022 Banned Books Week (September 18 - 24, 2022) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it spotlights current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools. Weaponized Censorship censorship books - Google Search top 100 most banned and challenged books - Google Search top banned books - Google Search Fact Checking Sources What is the International Fact-Checking Network? International Fact-Checking Network - Poynter The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) at Poynter was launched in 2015 to bring together the growing community of fact-checkers around the world and advocates of factual information in the global fight against misinformation. We enable fact-checkers through networking, capacity building and collaboration. IFCN promotes the excellence of fact-checking to more than 100 organizations worldwide through advocacy, training and global events. Our team monitors trends in the fact-checking field to offer resources to fact-checkers, contribute to public discourse and provide support for new projects and initiatives that advance accountability in journalism. We believe truth and transparency can help people be better informed and equipped to navigate harmful misinformation. Additional Sources Help Us Fact Check - Media Bias/Fact Check (mediabiasfactcheck.com) IFCN Code of Principles (poynter.org) << Verified signatories Poynter - Poynter
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