Here's an idea (abortion)

#41
Leftists... Vs ...


the  anti-abortionistas... the fascist federali propaganda machines trying to infect little girls minds with their sick shit.

trying to exert their own sexuality onto pregnant teenagers as a form of punishment through their psychopathic jealously of their sexual freedom.

such a sick bunch of psychiatric patients

constantly trying to psychologically manipulate pregnant teenagers and little girls for their own religious ideological ego trying to punish the little girls and pregnant teenagers in a sadistic transference of their own mental problems and spiritual sickness.

hiding their psychopathy behind the lie they scream saying all life is sacred as an excuse to take ownership of little girls bodies and pregnant teenagers bodies turning them into their ideological slaves.


liars !
slavers !
Reply
#42
A person only has as much freedom as they are capable of taking responsibility.
Reply
#43
(Yesterday 01:07 AM)Syne Wrote: Wrong again. It was a sign of solidarity among all the Israelites.

Solidarity? That's hilarious. Well, she was no longer solid, that’s for damn sure, but the event itself, divided, not only her body, but the entire nation. It shows us how one bad decision can lead to another.

A man uses and abuses his wife. She leaves—he fetches her. Men show up at the door to abuse him. He sacrifices her to save his own ass. She was probably dead when he opened the door because he said unto her, Up, and let us be going. Had she not been dead, he would have simply left, but they destroyed his property, and he wanted revenge, not on her behalf, but for his loss. And he again, uses her body to exact his revenge.

Quote:And the Levite, the husband of the woman that was slain, answered and said, I came into Gibeah that belongeth to Benjamin, I and my concubine, to lodge.

And the men of Gibeah rose against me, and beset the house round about upon me by night, and thought to have slain me: and my concubine have they forced, that she is dead.

And I took my concubine, and cut her in pieces, and sent her throughout all the country of the inheritance of Israel: for they have committed lewdness and folly in Israel.

They wanted to execute the men that were responsible but the people of Benjamin wouldn’t release them. They banned together and the battle of Gibeah ensued.

Tu B'Av is a Jewish holiday similar to Valentine’s Day but one of the reasons for celebrating it has a dark past. It’s the day that "the Tribe of Benjamin was allowed to intermarry with the other tribes after the incident of the Concubine of Gibeah."

In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes.

(Yesterday 01:07 AM)Syne Wrote: And? Quit looking at through your ignorant lens of presentism.

You can’t cry presentism, when it comes to religion. That’s the entire foundation of Christianity. We are to use the morals of the stories and apply them to our everyday lives. That’s whole purpose, silly boy.

So, here we are again…with our female parts dividing our entire country.

Hmm…maybe Alyssa Milano was onto something.

Now the men of Israel had sworn in Mizpeh, saying, There shall not any of us give his daughter unto Benjamin to wife.

Alabama’s State Flag

[Image: 250px-Flag_of_Alabama.svg.png]


EDIT:  I just thought of something. He lied. They didn’t want to slay him. They wanted to "know" him.
Reply
#44
Deleted
Reply
#45
Syne makes much of 'presentism'. In 1992 (is that recent enough?) the (nominally Christian) inhabitants of Bosnia set upon the muslims and/or vice versa.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2000/m...es.balkans
"The international war crimes tribunal at the Hague heard yesterday that "unimaginable horrors" including gang rape, torture and sexual enslavement were perpetrated against Muslim women and girls by Serb troops in the early days of the Bosnian conflict. ".

I respect what Syne says, not because I like it or agree with it but because he might be foretelling the inevitable future of Europe.
Reply
#46
(Yesterday 03:14 PM)Secular Sanity Wrote:
(Yesterday 01:07 AM)Syne Wrote: Wrong again. It was a sign of solidarity among all the Israelites.

Solidarity? That's hilarious. Well, she was no longer solid, that’s for damn sure, but the event itself, divided, not only her body, but the entire nation. It shows us how one bad decision can lead to another.

A man uses and abuses his wife. She leaves—he fetches her. Men show up at the door to abuse him. He sacrifices her to save his own ass. She was probably dead when he opened the door because he said unto her, Up, and let us be going. Had she not been dead, he would have simply left, but they destroyed his property, and he wanted revenge, not on her behalf, but for his loss. And he again, uses her body to exact his revenge.
It doesn't say anything about him abusing her, so you're just making shit up to fill the gaps in your comprehension. It actually does say that she cheated on him before running back to her father. "Exact revenge"? It was an affront to all Israel that men would set upon a traveler to rape him. It's like knowing that a fugitive murderer is in the region. If you're a decent person, you make sure your neighbors know the risk.

Quote:
Quote:And the Levite, the husband of the woman that was slain, answered and said, I came into Gibeah that belongeth to Benjamin, I and my concubine, to lodge.

And the men of Gibeah rose against me, and beset the house round about upon me by night, and thought to have slain me: and my concubine have they forced, that she is dead.

And I took my concubine, and cut her in pieces, and sent her throughout all the country of the inheritance of Israel: for they have committed lewdness and folly in Israel.

They wanted to execute the men that were responsible but the people of Benjamin wouldn’t release them. They banned together and the battle of Gibeah ensued.

Tu B'Av is a Jewish holiday similar to Valentine’s Day but one of the reasons for celebrating it has a dark past. It’s the day that "the Tribe of Benjamin was allowed to intermarry with the other tribes after the incident of the Concubine of Gibeah."

In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes.
And? All tribal societies likely had similar internal and external conflicts.

Quote:
(Yesterday 01:07 AM)Syne Wrote: And? Quit looking at through your ignorant lens of presentism.

You can’t cry presentism, when it comes to religion. That’s the entire foundation of Christianity. We are to use the morals of the stories and apply them to our everyday lives. That’s whole purpose, silly boy.
Welp...can't teach the willfully ignorant. Rolleyes

Quote:So, here we are again…with our female parts dividing our entire country.

Yes, the body parts of female babies...as they are removed one by one after in utero dismembering while alive. And that's not even because anyone wronged the woman. It's just because she doesn't take responsibility for her own choices and actions. It's like she sought out a gang of rapists and proffered her own flesh and blood daughter, knowing full well that she would not only be brutally raped but ultimately killed as well.

But thanks for making such a clear cut analogy between the Bible story and abortion.
Reply




Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)