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    religion is a false flag operation

    religion is a false flag operation
    There is no such thing as moral or immoral behavior. Only civilized and uncivilized behavior. Civilized laws are laws that do not give any one person or any one group of people any special rights above what all others have. The more a society treats everyone as equals the more civilized it is.

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    Its not about atheist vs theists. (They are one and the same)

    Its about rational civilized humans vs irrational animals

    The people in charge of this world created this false flag operation because they don't want you to know whats really going on.

    They are deliberately trying to confuse people.
    There is no such thing as moral or immoral behavior. Only civilized and uncivilized behavior. Civilized laws are laws that do not give any one person or any one group of people any special rights above what all others have. The more a society treats everyone as equals the more civilized it is.

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    Are "they" working together? How do I know that you are not one of them?

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    And to the point: Should we be in favor of unspecified persons carrying out undefined procedures for indefinite aims?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ideologyhunter View Post
    And to the point: Should we be in favor of unspecified persons carrying out undefined procedures for indefinite aims?
    I always pretend to be in favor of them 'cause if they know I'm not they could wreak unspecified havoc on my arse.

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    "In all major socializing forces you will find an underlying movement to gain and maintain power through the use of words. From witch doctor to priest to bureaucrat it is all the same. A governed populace must be conditioned to accept power-words as actual things, to confuse the symbolized system with the tangible universe. In the maintenance of such a power structure, certain symbols are kept out of the reach of common understanding - symbols such as those dealing with economic manipulation or those which define the local interpretation of sanity. Symbol - secrecy of this form leads to the development of fragmented sub - languages, each being a signal that its users are accumulating some form of power. With this insight into a power process, our Imperial Security Forces must be ever alert to the formation of sub - languages."

    - Lecture to the Arrakeen War College by the Princess Irulan

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    Quote Originally Posted by funinspace View Post
    "In all major socializing forces you will find an underlying movement to gain and maintain power through the use of words. From witch doctor to priest to bureaucrat it is all the same. A governed populace must be conditioned to accept power-words as actual things, to confuse the symbolized system with the tangible universe. In the maintenance of such a power structure, certain symbols are kept out of the reach of common understanding - symbols such as those dealing with economic manipulation or those which define the local interpretation of sanity. Symbol - secrecy of this form leads to the development of fragmented sub - languages, each being a signal that its users are accumulating some form of power. With this insight into a power process, our Imperial Security Forces must be ever alert to the formation of sub - languages."

    - Lecture to the Arrakeen War College by the Princess Irulan
    Well that was quite on the nose, wasn’t it.

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    Christian /KRISHT-yun/ n. one who does not read the Holy Scriptures
    atheist /AY-thee-ist/ n. one who habitually reads the "holy" scriptures

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