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Posts by sauron

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  • Was Politician Forced Into Mental Institution for “Islamophobia”?

    05/26/2015 3:25:40 AM PDT · 9 of 10
    sauron to alloysteel
    Not IslamoPHOBIA (fear of Islam), but

    IslamoMISIA (hatred of Islam).

    Let's not let the barbarians hijack the terms of our discussion.

  • It has come to this: Complaint says crosses at Catholic school offensive, prevent Muslim prayers

    05/09/2015 10:46:45 AM PDT · 8 of 63
    sauron to sauron

    Could someone post that old Internet fact sheet about Muslim percentages as a minority population within various countries, and how their “misbehavior” escalates until they are finally able to subdue their host country?

  • It has come to this: Complaint says crosses at Catholic school offensive, prevent Muslim prayers

    05/09/2015 10:45:00 AM PDT · 4 of 63
    sauron to SeekAndFind
    Man, they just wanna


    and push

    and PUSH

    and PUSH


    ...until they discover we can PUSH BACK.

  • Is David Cameron Britain’s Netanyahu?

    05/09/2015 1:22:18 AM PDT · 11 of 28
    sauron to nickcarraway
    I've noticed something. (Bear with me, you'll get the point.)

    The BOLsheviks claimed to be the majority party. They weren't. They seized the moniker and gave the other moniker to the MENsheviks. (Bol- meaning "big", Men- meaning "small" or something akin to that. I don't speak Russian.)

    They wrangled the name they wanted because, being savvy about human nature, they seized the print presses and the telegraphs. No way for the opposition to get their word out. The average Russian had no real way of proving they weren't the majority party, and as more and more people flocked to them, they became the majority.

    Basically, they became the majority by lying and exaggerating about their own political power.

    MY POINT? The Democrat Party in the USA and its media lapdogs CONSTANTLY OVERSTATE DEMOCRAT POLL NUMBERS.

    It's obvious the media in the UK plays by the same "overstating" rules that the American Bolshevik media are playing by.

    You can't believe a poll conducted by the left wing media.

    Which media outlet foresaw the victory of the Conservative Party in the UK? Or if they did, reported it to the people?

    Never trust the Bolshevik media.

  • US hurricane drought is 'basically dumb luck', scientists say

    05/09/2015 1:07:31 AM PDT · 5 of 43
    sauron to sauron
    Remove one "decrease," please.

    I'm playing EVE Online while I read the news on FR. ;)

  • US hurricane drought is 'basically dumb luck', scientists say

    05/09/2015 1:06:32 AM PDT · 4 of 43
    sauron to MinorityRepublican
    Those climate "scientists" are less informed than I am, and I'm no scientist.

    Notice how the decrease in hurricane activity COINCIDES with a decrease in decreased solar activity?

    Strange, how they didn't notice that. Weather is solar-driven. That's how it works.

    And if, as the title says, it's all "dumb luck", then are they saying that "dumb luck" drives climate? How does it power weather? It can't. The sun does. They're so intellectually false that they can't even describe, accurately, what is impelling our atmosphere to move around.

    String 'em all up by their research grants! They're kickable, despicable creatures.

  • LGBT Is the Real Moral Majority (Yeah, he went there)

    05/08/2015 11:19:08 AM PDT · 10 of 27
    sauron to 2ndDivisionVet
    We're at the End Game stage now, because the author of the article is shamelessly calling Evil Good and Good Evil, as was predicted a very long time ago.

    Getcher popcorn out, folks. Judgment's a-comin'!

  • NEWS ALERT from GOA: Secret (Trade) Deal Could Contain a Myriad of Gun Restrictions, Ammo Bans

    05/08/2015 1:45:15 AM PDT · 33 of 50
    sauron to Crim
    I am certain W. never said or even thought that.

    What's your source?

  • Will the Queen 'take control' if election creates a stalemate? (British Election)

    05/07/2015 2:42:07 PM PDT · 37 of 72
    sauron to zzwhale
    he queen can barely control her bladder much less the election.... besides they are a tourist attraction vestage like an appendix.... useless at the very best and should be removed when acting up.......a proud tradition of drug dealing and now climate changers still diddling with the colonies via the likes of soros and other scumbags...... why dont they just fade into oblivion...... USELESS POMP AND BAD TEETH....... THE STENCH CROSSES THE ATLANTIC

    Were you a Lyndon LaRouch follower?

    Or did you just get up on the wrong side of the bed this fine morning?


    05/07/2015 5:12:38 AM PDT · 15 of 56
    sauron to Homer_J_Simpson
    Love this stuff.

    I was born in 1961. Have always had WWII as an interest.

    My son was born in 1993. Trying to develop and interest in WWII for him.

    These help.

    Thanks for providing them!


    04/30/2015 3:58:05 AM PDT · 48 of 49
    sauron to Homer_J_Simpson
    The quality of writing and editing in the 1940's greatly surpasses what we see today, in 2015.

    Standards, sadly, are slipping.

    I wonder if the Romans realized they were falling, near the end?

  • French presidency confirms sale of 24 Rafale fighter jets to Qatar

    04/30/2015 3:42:19 AM PDT · 7 of 13
    sauron to sukhoi-30mki

    You can put canard wings on a pig...and it’s still a PIG.

  • Three-Dimensional DNA Code Defies Evolution

    04/27/2015 11:06:20 AM PDT · 20 of 24
    sauron to Moonman62
    You left out the tag.

    And it conveniently dodges the question of abiogenesis, Miller-Urey's failure, etc.

    Evolution may exist as a mechanism to keep Life healthy in a changing environment (shifting continents, environmental changes, seasonal changes, etc.) but does nothing to explain how life began.

    That's the big question.

  • George Soros’ son builds a PAC for Jewish voters

    04/20/2015 11:56:52 PM PDT · 11 of 26
    sauron to 2ndDivisionVet
  • We Support TMT

    04/20/2015 11:55:36 PM PDT · 7 of 10
    sauron to LeoWindhorse
    The Left senses there is money to be made from this.

    They want to be paid off--at the bottom of all this protest, those holding the reins of the protest will turn the protest "off" quite instantly when offered a share of the money.

    This is extortion, pure and simple, disguised as an "environmental" protest. Watch how quickly it gets turned off once the right palms are greased.

    They should initiate a RICO prosecution against these extortionists. Jail a few of 'em. Make a big show--frog march them in front of the cameras.

    Then see if the movement doesn't die down.

  • City Council in talks to decriminalize minor offenses like open container and public urination (NYC)

    04/20/2015 4:07:01 AM PDT · 13 of 31
    sauron to SMGFan
    Dandy. Just dandy.

    While we're busy defining deviancy down, could you imagine, for a moment, of Yokohama or Tokyo or Osaka or Bonn or Paris or any other RESPECTABLE city council would even contemplate this?

    Why would anyone go to New York?

    They're killing their own tourism. In some cities, the rank smell of urine in alleys and doorways causes people to decline another visit downtown. Why does NYC think they're SO special that it won't apply to them as well?

  • Former Obama pilot: TWA Flight 800 was not blown up by a faulty fuel tank; it was shot down.

    04/16/2015 4:35:56 PM PDT · 75 of 104
    sauron to afraidfortherepublic
    Wouldn't the U.S. government ground the entire fleet of airliners IF it had genuinely been a fuel tank explosion?

    Wouldn't it be considered a product safety defect, and wouldn't the government react, as it does in the military when an aircraft exhibits some questionable defect, result in the GROUNDING OF THE AIR FLEET?

    The fact that the government did NOT ground that type of airframe until inspections were made, worldwide, indicates the government itself DOES NOT BELIEVE it was a fuel tank explosion.

    There was a wedding party of dozens of people who say a missile streak upwards. I am a news junkie; it was shown on TV...but within hours, the news networks pulled that from the TV.

    And why wasn't the NTSB in charge? Why the FBI? That's another "indicator" that something wasn't as they said.

    We were hit on that day. Did anyone claim credit (blame) for it? I'd like to know. It would be too easy to rent a small boat, sit just offshore and fire a U.S.-made Stinger missile, one of the countless that we gave the Afghans during their war against Soviet occupation.

    I think that's what happened; it was one of our Stingers, and the outcry, if the American people ever found that out, would be terrible.

  • If you ever been micro aggressed before?

    04/16/2015 4:13:30 PM PDT · 47 of 114
    sauron to MNDude
    The Leftists have a penchant for ascribing names to things we wouldn't even deign to name.

    Once they name them, they can invoke them at will, in the context they create, and we are boxed in and wind up playing their game because they've hijacked the language and have framed the terms of debate.

  • BREAKING: Libya Makes Huge Announcement About What They Just Found in Benghazi

    04/09/2015 11:06:08 PM PDT · 37 of 56
    sauron to 4rcane
    I wouldn’t be surprised if Obama admin was handing out guns to Libyans rebels only to have it backfire. He was running guns to Mexico and Syria as well, so why not Libya. This is a consistent pattern. What would be out of character was if he wasn’t doing it

    Makes sense.

    And the cagey way that the Libyans announce that they found something...uh...and then won't talk about it implies there is another game afoot--possibly, that of an attempt to blackmail Obama for $$$. I mean, why not?


  • Greek and the New Testament

    04/02/2015 2:16:28 AM PDT · 8 of 14
    sauron to Bigtigermike
    I took two semesters of Koine Greek some years ago. This helped clarify a few things.

    Thanks for posting.

  • A Dozen Reasons Why I Became a Preterist

    03/30/2015 10:34:53 PM PDT · 24 of 61
    sauron to Steve_Seattle





    ...are the four main eschatological viewpoints.

    Then, you can argue yourself silly with variations of pre-Trib or post-Tribulation, etc. Good discussion, but at this point we lack the full knowledge that gets us to 100% understanding.

    Yet, each day, each decade, we draw closer. Still, Jesus will return like a "thief in the night" and no man will truly know WHEN it will happen.

    Yet, I believe the purpose of prophecy is to prove the Bible, persuade those who can still be persuaded, and to give hope to those of us who realize what perilous times we are headed toward.

  • Homosexuals in Newfoundland hit by 'astronomical' syphilis outbreak

    03/25/2015 10:37:13 PM PDT · 43 of 58
    sauron to PROCON
    Romans 1:27: In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed indecent acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their perversion.

    Hmmm... "...received in themselves the due penalty for their perversion."

    Sounds like a communicable disease to me.

    Some things never change. And some lessons...are never learned. That was 2,000 years ago when this was written, folks.

  • TWO PEOPLE Have Filed OVER 1,700 Sex Discrimination Complaints With Dept. Of Education

    03/25/2015 9:06:02 AM PDT · 8 of 16
    sauron to E. Pluribus Unum
    Playing the "lawsuit lottery," it would seem.

    I had to fire someone like that. Very unproductive employee, started her shenanigans on DAY ONE, it turned out. I was stunned at the time.

    But I'm wiser, now. She seemed to arrive on the job "pre-trained" to try to play this kind of game.

    And yes (for the curious minded) she could have been Obama's daughter. Very sad...when given a chance (good job, very secure public sector, good pay, health/vacation benefits) she chose to throw all of it away.

    As if she came from another country, frankly. Different mores, different habits, different way of thinking. A very short-term mode of thought.

    And YES, if you're a competent and caring manager, you CAN fire public sector employees. It's a myth that you can't...at least in Nevada. (I don't know about NYC/Chicago/NJ.)

  • Neil deGrasse Tyson slams GOP climate deniers: “I thought as a nation we were above this”

    03/24/2015 12:26:17 PM PDT · 19 of 109
    sauron to Cincinatus' Wife
    My respect for Tyson is zero.

    Milankovitch Cycles. Maunder Minimum. Medieval Warming Period. Growing grapes for wine in Roman-era England. Ice cores from Greenland. CO2 not as powerful of a greenhouse gas as WATER VAPOR. The hydrologic cycle as it relates to the aforementioned water vapor.

    ...all of which argue AGAINST Mr. Tyson. As a scientist, you would think he'e be required to KNOW THIS SH!T, eh?

    ...not much of a scientist, I must conclude.

    Oh, and Salon...well, 'nuff said. It's a rag.

  • Scott Walker, the gutless wonder of the 2016 presidential race

    03/19/2015 9:01:10 PM PDT · 44 of 82
    sauron to 2ndDivisionVet
    "Gutless Wonder," eh?

    He fought back several recall attempts.

    Death threats.

    Occupation of the Capitol. Hostile mobs.

    A renegade Democrat element within his own Legislature, one that eloped across state lines to avoid a vote.

    Fought back legal challenges in court, by the Left.

    WRENCHED his state, through sheer force of will and sound fiscal persuasion, into a state of solvency DESPITE temper tantrums from the Democrats who held Wisconsin in a state of bondage for many years.

    I'm sure his own political advisors...thought it couldn't be done. Probably advised him not to try.

    I'm sure the Democrats and their thug union pals thought he'd never succeed.

    But he fought those odds. (No, not odd people, just the percentage-based odds.)

    And now it's down to name-calling. Fine. But the author should have the sense of intellectual integrity at least to keep whatever name calling factual, at least. "Gutless wonder"? Indeed, not.

  • Republicans’ private terror: Why they despise the modern American state — and embrace fanaticism

    03/19/2015 8:50:52 PM PDT · 21 of 44
    sauron to 2ndDivisionVet
    What a ridiculous (worthy of ridicule) argument she makes. The essay reeks of the Panic of the Left, because of actions entirely of their own doing.

    I'll get some popcorn.

  • Memory Eternal! Fr. Thomas Hopko has reposed

    03/19/2015 8:48:47 PM PDT · 2 of 4
    sauron to NRx
    His writings, his book (the introduction to Orthodoxy), and numerous mentions by other authors all helped me find him. He helped answer my questions about Orthodox Christianity.

    It took a lot of patience, because as an Evangelical Protestant, much of it just didn't make sense, yet seemed as if it should. Thank God I was patient enough, but it took a little more than six months of study to work through it, and now...it seems crazy, but there was really no barrier at any time, at all. I believe the same things. Nothing has changed.

    I simply am more aware of my own church's very long history, and the lives of the saints.

  • More Evidence Of Climate Data Tampering By NOAA?

    03/10/2015 6:32:53 AM PDT · 5 of 10
    sauron to E. Pluribus Unum
    "Authority Control" -- what librarians refer to when seeking/identifying reliable ownership of the data, i.e., who is in charge of gathering, assessing, maintaining and explaining it.

    We have to dependable authority control for climate data now.

    Is all of our data now lost? Are we able--at all--to reliably plot our climate history, or have the fraud scientists destroyed all of it, yet?

    There needs to be a gulag for people like that. Some heads should role, to serve as an example, and grant monies should be repaid.

  • Iran-backed Tawhid-Salam network targeted NATO radar base in Turkey

    03/03/2015 3:02:39 AM PST · 4 of 9
    sauron to piasa
    Our "allies" the Turks are not helping NATO so much as helping themselves. I wonder how much they were paid to host that radar site.

    At least half the time, the new government in Turkey seems to be working against western interests. They are not a reliable ally.

  • JRandomFreeper (Johnny) Needs Our Prayers [Update 297]

    02/20/2015 10:30:09 PM PST · 98 of 365
    sauron to Windflier

    Thinking of you, J., and my prayers added for you and family.

  • my FAVORITE Jonny Quest eipsode

    02/17/2015 3:35:18 AM PST · 9 of 66
    sauron to RaceBannon

    Thanks for posting this. I grew up on Johnny Quest. Manly cartoons for a more manlier time. Emphasized can-do SCIENCE, and had no room for My Little Pony FEELINGS. Yuck.

  • Anchorman Can’t Stop Laughing Over Latest Dubious Claims from Brian Williams

    02/14/2015 8:41:58 PM PST · 4 of 49
    sauron to Nachum
    Commander McBragg!

    I'm not the only one who was prompted to think of him, apparently. ;)

  • Appeasing a Bellicose Expansionist at MUNICH by Handing Him Somebody Else's Territory...?

    02/10/2015 3:59:21 AM PST · 5 of 11
    sauron to Reaganite Republican
    You have it precisely CORRECT, sir!

    NATO can't field much. I recently looked at their military manpower, number of armored vehicles (separating out the true tanks from the flimsy stuff they were trying to count as significant), the number of helicopters and aircraft (again, separating out the true "combat" capable ones) and I was horrified.

    Just the other week, the Brits--the BRITS!--couldn't find a sub next to their coast. Needed assistance. How far they've fallen! Then, a small group of Russian ships sheltered up briefly in the Straits of Dover, and the Brits weren't able to send out more than a frigate to escort 'em.

    Then, there have been numerous (a dozen or more) incidents where Russian (shall I say, SOVIET?) bombers have flown out of the Baltic, into the North Sea, and in other areas.

    All in a show of power. Russia has it, the Euros don't.

    Then, there's that dependency they've developed on Russian natural gas.

    The Euros have very little freedom of movement, militarily, and even some restriction (energy embargo in retaliation by Russia?) on their economic choices.

    Quite seriously, if you look at the land forces, especially, it's a stark and scary difference in power.

    How did we let this decline happen? We're tempting the Bear. Weakness, it has been said, can be procative, and lead to the very war that is being avoided at all costs.


  • Iceland to build first temple to Norse gods since Viking age

    02/03/2015 12:29:38 AM PST · 75 of 143
    sauron to kaehurowing
    They look like Episcopalians.

    I always refer to them as EpiscoPAGANS.

    They've turned so far to the Left that they no longer resemble that church as it was when founded.

  • Iceland to build first temple to Norse gods since Viking age

    02/03/2015 12:23:15 AM PST · 74 of 143
    sauron to MeshugeMikey
    What a colossal step...BACKWARD.


  • E. O. Wilson: I'm not an atheist but religion should be eliminated

    02/01/2015 12:46:44 AM PST · 2 of 48
    sauron to Faith Presses On
    Another Liberal Mind with a Great Idea for How Things Ought to Be if he ran things.

    We'll just add his ideas to Mao's, Che's, Marx's, and Hitler's to the Great Ash Heap of History.

    Men like him killed 100,000,000 people in the 20th century. (Q.v., The Black Book of Communism.)

    The first 105 of the first 107 colleges founded in America--to enlighten young minds, teach them to think--Ivy League centers of learning included--were founded by Christians, and tied to Christian churches that founded them, and wedded to Judeo-Christian philosophy.

    Hospitals beyond number are tied to religious institutions.

    The great good that has accrued to Western Civilization is directly attributable to Christianity. (Judeo-Christianity, to give fuller credit.)

    NAME AN ATHEIST-FOUNDED center of learning?


    There have been none. It's 2015, and there have been none. They've had plenty, plenty, plenty of time to contribute to Western civilization.

    Those wedded to the hatred of a Creator continue to condemn and tear down the very society that was built BECAUSE of its belief in God, compassion, and love of Life. To a man, these secularists would, if given their way, abort the unborn or act to diminish the sanctity of human existence.

    Yes, SANCTITY of human existence. We're more than thinking animals, but men like the one cited would put Man in the category of the animal.

    We've seen his ilk before, and it's sad, because he's choosing not to see the wonder of life around him. There is a God.


    01/27/2015 6:05:36 AM PST · 217 of 223
    sauron to waxer1

    Added my prayer.

  • 5 Reasons Liberals Hate Soldiers Like Chris Kyle

    01/27/2015 6:02:14 AM PST · 22 of 49
    sauron to servo1969
    Liberals hate the military because it painfully reminds themselves of who they are (whiney cowards) Also, what they're not (morally certain, confident, charitable, and purposeful).

    Who wouldn't condemn the military if you're like that? Who wouldn't want to be reminded...that there are better people than you on this Earth?

    It must sting, each and every day, to get up in the morning and look in the mirror as a Leftist. Kinda like the Wicked Queen, knowing there's someone more beautiful in the world, and having the mirror tell her that.

  • Greece could seek US200 billion war reparations from Germany

    01/27/2015 5:29:02 AM PST · 3 of 25
    sauron to 2ndDivisionVet

    No longer the stoic people of old, they are whiney and weak. And without honor. Accepting loan after loan and never seeking to repay, just refinance after extension after extension again.

    How sad, really. No heroes. They need heroes.

    $200,000,000,000? They want two hundred billion? Their entire economy isn't worth that much.

    The sad thing about Greek politics is that the whiniest political party is the one that always gets the most votes. It sells to the electorate, who perennially have their hands outstretched, palms up.

    Gimmee, gimmee.

    Each political party hires party loyalists, packing them in to government jobs, doling out public money to trade unions in order to perpetuate themselves in power.

    The EU itself is squeezing the life out of little Greece; they have culpability, too, but I blame the debtor much more than the lendor.

    The Greeks retire at age 57, the Germans at 67. The Germans are aware of this, have commented on it, and are tired of playing the part of creditor--financing bad loan after bad loan so their happy-go-lucky debtors can live carefree lives.

  • Any freepers play battlefield 4?

    01/25/2015 2:00:25 AM PST · 31 of 44
    sauron to Noumenon
    The videos showed your fleet flying 3-MOG. That's in Syndicate.

    I'm in Flying Dangerous; we just moved from Syndicate to Catch. Things were too quiet in Syndicate. Plenty of action in Catch. Maybe even too much!

    Between Provibloc and Pandemic Legion, plus the small alliances and corps, we've got plenty of "gudfites" almost constantly.

  • Any freepers play battlefield 4?

    01/25/2015 1:50:56 AM PST · 28 of 44
    sauron to Noumenon

    Been playin' it since 2009. IIRC, I may have tried it earlier than that, but passed.

    This game is almost as flexible as real life. You can be an accountant, or a pirate, or a CEO. Or anything else.

    Everyone who may be curious, follow that link to "This is EVE" or watch it on YouTube. Very well worth it.

    That said, the game will only appeal to < 10% of people, it's got so much detail 90% will see it as overly complicated and hate it, and the rest of us will revel in the beauty and complexity of it all.

    You can play it for years and no learn everything. Again, it's like real life. Hell of a learning cliff in this game!

    Lastly, this game does nothing to constrict or channel your options--it allows HUMAN NATURE to be what it is. It's the wild, wild west in most places. That said, you *will* find many who will help you if they see you need it.

    Lot of (ruthless) good people there.

  • King Abdullah’s Death Fulfills ‘End-Time Prophecies,’ Say Shiites

    01/23/2015 2:24:09 PM PST · 12 of 33
    sauron to TomServo
    Uh - huh....someone wake me when it’s time to panic.

    Wake up.

    It's 1938...all over again. This time, with added nuclear heat.

  • King Abdullah’s Death Fulfills ‘End-Time Prophecies,’ Say Shiites

    01/23/2015 2:22:53 PM PST · 10 of 33
    sauron to Thistooshallpass9
    Iran's theocratic leaders believe that they cannot win a war with the USA, but that they must prove to their moon god that they are willing to try hard enough so that he will favor them and give them his support.

    They believe they will usher in their new age if they engage the Great Satan in a fight they should not be able to win.

    MAD (mutually assured destruction) does not apply to Iran, and our State Department is so secular that they routinely discount any sincere religious belief that may motivate the Iranians. Fools. Because we Americans generally aren't religious, we cannot comprehend those who are motivated by it.

    More correctly, our leaders aren't religious, they're secular. And that secular thinking underestimates the sincerity of belief the Other Side possesses in pursuit of its goals. We're all gonna die because of miscalculation.

    I vote for a pre-emptive strike on Iran. All those in favor?

  • Mother of Trayvon: 'The very thing that caused my son to lose his life was the color of his skin'

    01/21/2015 10:56:52 PM PST · 24 of 50
    sauron to 2ndDivisionVet
    'The very thing that caused my son to lose his life was the color of his skin'

    Well, uh, NO Mrs. Martin, I'm sorry to have to break it to you, but it was the way YOU raised him, ma'am.

    You didn't teach him respect for others, nor did you teach him self-discipline. You didn't teach him "Thou Shalt Not Steal" and apparently many other things, like how not to resolve arguments with your fists.

    His death, ma'am, I lay at YOUR feet.

    Considering the cost to society in fires, riots, wholesale invasions and thefts from local businesses...if I were in charge, I'd make you pay $$$ for all of it, my dear.

    Any profits from your T-shirt sales and web site exploitation of your son's death would go to pay back the city of Ferguson via the Chamber of Commerce.

    Be thankful I'm not governing over you, ma'am.

  • Astronomy Picture of the Day -- Approaching Asteroid Ceres

    01/20/2015 7:13:00 AM PST · 8 of 20
    sauron to SunkenCiv
    Amazing times. I'm glad I've lived this long. ;)

    I can't believe we're going to map out Ceres. Just incredible.

  • UKRAINE: On the Brink of the Invasion. Russian MVD Procurement in January 2014

    01/18/2015 8:34:05 PM PST · 11 of 20
    sauron to Greetings_Puny_Humans
    There's a rape victim.

    She's crying out for help.

    And Tcrlaf is telling us to just ignore her cries for help, she deserves it. No, in fact, she started it, we should side with her attacker.

    There, I've about summed up Tcrlaf's absurd position. I'd like to know why he assumed that position in the first place; would make for interesting reading.

  • UKRAINE: On the Brink of the Invasion. Russian MVD Procurement in January 2014

    01/18/2015 8:26:23 PM PST · 9 of 20
    sauron to tcrlaf
    Kiev propaganda ramping up again, along with the new offensive.

    Are you taking Russia's side, bud?

    Russia is the aggressor. Take a look at the map, friend. Russia has stepped over the border. Ukraine didn't invade Russia.

    It's the other way around.

    Explain to everyone on FR why you're taking the aggressor's side, we'd like to know just why you side with Russia at this moment in history.

  • The heat is on; NOAA, NASA say 2014 warmest year on record (hurl alert)

    01/16/2015 11:34:27 AM PST · 18 of 26
    sauron to DJ MacWoW
    Sadly, our NASA is no longer ours.

    It belongs to the Far Left. It belongs to Obama.

    If you think you can trust NASA for climate data, consider that its avowed first purpose is now "Muslim outreach."

    Doubt it?

    1) Google NASA + Muslim outreach.

    2) Be amazed.

    3) Be angry.

  • Solving the "Call to Prayer" noise pollution problem around mosques. ~ Vanity

    01/16/2015 11:20:59 AM PST · 16 of 31
    sauron to GraceG
    My thoughts?

    I've noticed that the [m]uslims want DOMINANCE, that The Al Quaeda Reader which details their thinking--in their own words--illustrates this on every other page.

    Victory is no good unless it's a sweet victory that serves a didactic purpose to show [i]slam is dominant.

    At one point, in that book, there was a quotation from the [k]oran that advised the would-be jihadi, after winning his victory, to at least take (not ask for, TAKE) a glass of water from the defeated.

    It is CUSTOMARY to rub it in under [i]slam. Such a way of thinking would prohibit them from being civil and using a radio transmitter to issue forth the (mandatory) call to prayer. No, they'd want to rub it in your face.

  • Is Paris Burning?

    01/13/2015 4:33:41 PM PST · 14 of 15
    sauron to pepsionice
    When you have consumed enough religion to violate the Golden Rule...then you aren’t really capable of handling religion (of any type), and need to get back to gardening, landscaping, painting the garage, and putt-putt golf.

    Karl Barth--returned from North America, where he found safety--and went back to Nazi Germany to directly level criticism against Hitler's regime--and was killed for it. A 20th century Christian martyr.

    Mother Teresa. She lived only for others. Gave up everything to help others. Did this until she died. She exemplified the selfless servant, the very model of Christ.

    They're what people who "consume enough" Christianity look like. ;)

    There's no way to "consume" enough Christianity to violate the Golden Rule.

    Gosh, I just hate it when people argue moral equivalence of all religions. ;)