ShannonMcCallister (2058)
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College Professors #Win with Math + Logic in politics
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The 501c3 in colleges that are targeting teachers and liberal arts schools claiming they are indoctrinating students and are the enemies of America. It's simple common sense that removes their entire reason for existing so they can no longer abuse our courts system claiming First Amendment discrimination. There's no 1st Amendment protection when the organization activities violates law - IRS law around 501c3s. Sometimes it just takes pointing out the obvious in order to get people to see it. That's what this meme does. It's the duh moment of enlightenment.
Modern-Day Holocaust in politics
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Thank you for reminding me of the loss I endured from my own miscarriage. I had almost forgotten the pain of such an event. How courteous of you to bring it to my attention again. Do you feel better having flaunted your self-righteous for all to see?

Now, I will return the favor to you as I explain a very simple idea of God that most do not realize.
1. Satan's original sin was Arrogance - I am like God, therefore, all angels bow to me.
This led to his "fall from grace".

2. Satan brought his original sin to mankind - I will give you knowledge of all good and evil and you can be as all-knowing as God.
This led to mankind's "fall from grace"

3. Throughout history, nations have gone to war with each other over this same arrogance of assuming to be God in determining who is worthy of judgment and grace. Nitpicking each other's sins while forgetting they have no power to forgive anyone of any sin, that power is God's alone.

The meaning of the meme is found in James 5:1-6:
"Now listen, you rich people, weep and wail because of the misery that is coming on you. Your wealth has rotted, and moths have eaten your clothes. Your gold and silver are corroded. Their corrosion will testify against you and eat your flesh like fire. You have hoarded wealth in the last days. Look! The wages you failed to pay the workers who mowed your fields are crying out against you. The cries of the harvesters have reached the ears of the Lord Almighty. You have lived on earth in luxury and self-indulgence. You have fattened yourselves in the day of slaughter. You have condemned and murdered the innocent one, who was not opposing you."

The meme was designed for the little children, babies, and toddlers torn away from their mothers while exposed to the cruelness of a criminal trial, tossed into cold boxes like little tiny sheep with no softness to replace the comfort of their mother's skin. And now lost by our federal government after they were transported to Texas during the cover of night, the home of "the Great Wall of China Adoption Agency" (Austin, TX).

It is a way to get Americans to stop acting like bullies and hateful people by reminding the Christians that God owns the whole Universe and does not care about the lines we draw in the lands while claiming dominance of our little patch of earth.

God loves the whole world or John 3:16 is a lie making God into a liar. What person would have the audacity to call God a liar? I would not want to be in his shoes.
Deciphering the Message in politics
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Federalist 69. Requires Congress to impeach the President First. Then FBI prosecutes. Yuan-oil gold money trails (China monopolizations & Russia OPEC) are very easy to find when you are trained to ignore the emotional distractions. FBI are trained to find investment fraud. Congress impeaches, then they can prosecute under normal courts of law.
Law Block in politics
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What does your comment have to do with women showing men how they hold the real power over our laws? Don't worry you'll have a lot of free time to figure that one out.
The Riddler in politics
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Moral bias was the topic of my episodic podcast here where I explain why we are so quick to forgive big banks for stealing money from clients. https://redesignyourthinking.blog/seeing-beyond-moral-bias/
A good source for understanding cognitve bias in relation to money systems is Daniel Kahnemans' book: "Thinking, Fast & Slow." I'm still working my way through it. It's a tough read because it presents a lot of new information at once. The brain can only process 7 bits of data at one time so it gets tired easily when given too much "new" at one time. Still, it's a fascinating book!!
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