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4 minutes ago, kitkat said:

Christainity and many other belief systems too. I seriously do not think that if you took away the church then everything would be hunky dory. No.  I agree that the church is being used as part of the agenda and that the PTB intend to turn it on it's head. However, Christianity is bigger than the church and I give credence to those who hold Christian values, however, even Christians are people who get fucked up like the rest of us. They are not immune.

disagree, "the church" is only those that support it, identifying as a christian(or any religion) is divisive and narrow minded, become a citizen of the earth above all else

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9 minutes ago, Odie Hatzcats said:

 

Link please .... or do I have to go through all your posts .... which will only piss me off!

i have a couple threads i started and various posts in other threads, i need to do real work now though, if you like i will come back later and post links and answer questions

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2 minutes ago, killing raven sun said:

disagree, "the church" is only those that support it, identifying as a christian(or any religion) is divisive and narrow minded, become a citizen of the earth above all else

We are all ciitzens of the Earth. You may not agree with religion but to deny others their choice to be part of a 'belief system' is to deny their right to choose what they believe is best for them. We all have some kind of belief system and none of us have been free from the propaganda and systematic conditioning that we have lived through. None of us have pure truth or clear seeing. Not one of us has the honour of being the holder if 'ultimate truth' and actually, TRUTH is relative to each of us given our life experience. Being divisive and narrow minded is something that's easy to throw at someone who does not agree with where you are coming from. As far as I can see, all us citizens of planet Earth can't agree on the colour of shite most of the time, but taking that aside, we can all fight together to create something better and at least try to right some wrongs. I don't think anyone here on this forum doesn't care about our world. That's why we are here. Trying to work out how to stop the damage going any further - to the planet and to all of us, regardless of whatever beliefs we all hold.

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Why is Facebook censoring a conference on Christianity and religious freedom?
https://www.spectator.com.au/2019/04/why-is-facebook-censoring-a-conference-on-christianity-and-religious-freedom/

 

'For we know very well that the radical left often labels as ‘right wing extremist’ anyone who might be situated on the conservative side of the ideological spectrum. This is particularly so when it comes to Christians who dare to express traditional ideas in the political realm.

 

These Christians are often labelled ‘extreme right’ for no other reason than advocating for conservative social values, including the sanctity of human life and the traditional definition of marriage.'

 

'And I should add it’s not just religious freedom that is at stake. It is freedom of speech in general.'

 

^This. Trying to make being Christian wrong and saying we're all corrupt is blatant thought policing.

 

And it doesn't end with just the policing of speech.

 

 

Sorry just came back to share more on censorship, will leave again. lol

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1 hour ago, killing raven sun said:

are you denying the reality that western life is shaped by christianity? even if the 1% are not christian they are using them for their agenda, if christians took their power away then poof, the 1% disappears

When you consider that people like Rees-Mogg are supposedly devout catholics it just shows that the church has powerful friends. Tony Blair converted to Catholicism and he was looking at taking a position as a deacon, which never came about in the end.

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4 minutes ago, MarpatV2 said:

When you consider that people like Rees-Mogg are supposedly devout catholics it just shows that the church has powerful friends. Tony Blair converted to Catholicism and he was looking at taking a position as a deacon, which never came about in the end.

 

key word: supposedly

 

You telling me Blair wasn't part of some plan to screw over the Middle East which then created resentment towards us Christians back home?

 

Rees-Mogg lol. The guy's career started under Rothschild, didn't it?

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5 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

key word: supposedly

 

You telling me Blair wasn't part of some plan to screw over the Middle East which then created resentment towards us Christians back home?

 

Rees-Mogg lol. The guy's career started under Rothschild, didn't it?

I doubt their plan was to mess things up for other christians. Maybe they just need to use the confessional a lot.

 

They might be genuine in their belief. Mogg recently broke the tier boundaries so he could go to a church where they still do the old mass, so he sounds hardcore to me.

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3 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Why is Facebook censoring a conference on Christianity and religious freedom?
https://www.spectator.com.au/2019/04/why-is-facebook-censoring-a-conference-on-christianity-and-religious-freedom/

 

why is there a facebook page for this event then...

 

https://m.facebook.com/ReligiousFreedomAtTheCrossroads/posts/?refsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fm.facebook.com%2F&_rdr

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