Richard Maybury is not happy with Trump in this months newsletter
PO'd at his flip flop on NATO
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silver66 wrote: Richard Maybury is not happy with Trump in this months newsletter PO'd at his flip flop on NATO Silver66
He sure as hell ain't.
His flip flopping syndrome is explained by the persuasion model.
The effect of his stated policies explained well by the Natural Law proponents.
The he is gonna save us, explained well by the Messiah Complex.
I complain about Asians all the time.
Who do you think runs Mossad?
Ruffian wrote: to expect much from trump. Having said that- no one can save us but us. Anyone who expected to be saved is an idiot. However, it is looking like he has gone off the rails. Yet, he has so much going on at the same time it's hard to tell. He should have fired that creepy corrupt Comey the first day. And he needs to get back to the issues that got him elected and that wasn't healthcare. It did get many reps elected tho. Let that be their problem. Edit: I think we passed that debt ceiling a week ago.
to expect much from trump.
Having said that- no one can save us but us. Anyone who expected to be saved is an idiot.
However, it is looking like he has gone off the rails. Yet, he has so much going on at the same time it's hard to tell. He should have fired that creepy corrupt Comey the first day. And he needs to get back to the issues that got him elected and that wasn't healthcare. It did get many reps elected tho. Let that be their problem.
Edit: I think we passed that debt ceiling a week ago.
It begs the question, why is Comey still here?
Mr. Fix, I must say that I’m perplexed by your responses to my post. On more than one occasion, you’ve brought up Romans 13 and expressed disdain with what you interpreted as a sweeping mandate for civil authority.
I responded by providing an article offering an alternative interpretation of the very same passage you previously referenced. This article clearly advocated the position that to use Romans 13 as support for unquestioned submission to government is to misunderstand the proper meaning of that scripture.
It seems peculiar that you responded so negatively.
I think I have been circumspect in my posts to you.
Is this comment your idea of having civil discourse?
Mr. Fix wrote:
I will bury you
I’ll chalk it up to you having a bad day.
As far as the atheist’s website you referenced, a cursory examination makes clear that the writer lacks context and an understanding that life in the ancient near east was quite unlike living in the U.S. in modern times.
It might be educational to study ancient cultural history of the various peoples living in the Near East and North Africa, particularly with a focus on a day in the life of a man, woman, child and slave as well as customs and beliefs.
Quoting out of context or quote mining is, however, a longstanding tactic to distort meaning.
I recall John Mauldin writing about investing in companies working with telomeres. It's been a long time since I've received his email blasts, but I want to say this was at least 5 years ago. Anyone remember the names of the companies?
It is really not that I don't believe that anti-aging technology exists. It is this "Disclosure" thing that is bugging me. If Corey Goode was indeed in the SSP, and there are good aliens and bad aliens, I ask again, why aren't the good guys bypassing the same information brokers that the bad guys use? Surely these races posess the tech. to buypass .gov?
It is kind of like Donald Trump. Way back in Trump's campaign, I believe it was the end of February 2016, I was watching Donald Trump speak and I saw him say that if he were elected President, we would find out who did 9/11. He was insinuating that he knew the truth. I remember it specifically because I think I commented here how irked I was that we had to wait for him to be POTUS to find out what he already knows today? Why did we need to wait to get the truth?
Wel, I waited, he is the President, and he still has not kept his word. Now we hear that he asked for classified technologies to be released?
It is this whole "Disclosure" meme that ruffles my feathers. The one thing I like about Wikileaks, despite GL's thin list of evidence that they are a zionist tool, is that when they say they are going to release something, they release it.
In the meantime, we are spoon fed hundreds of different versions of what scary thing might happen tomorrow. It has us paralyzed with fear, but 99% of what we fear never happens to us. I have been finding lately that if I think about what I am doing tomorrow, it usually happens. I would rather eat an avocado tomorrow for health and have fun than wait for more of Donald Trump's Hopium. The guy is full of shit, just like the rest of them.
The best thing that guy could do for his own safety is take to his bully pulpit and lay down the biggest truth bomb in the history of history. John Galt Part II. But he doesn't do it.
Goode keeps talking about all this information, disclosure, that never comes. Same bullshit, different rabbit hole.
Anyway, Abguy, you told me a theory of yours on what vaccines really do to us, so your study of these anti-aging things is obvious and trusted. I wasn't trying to say that you are full of shit, or that anti-aging stuff doesn't exist. It is all of these disclosure brokers that are full of shit. "D-B" Disclosure Broker... right?
Instead of just telling me that all of those quotes are out of context, have you even considered putting them in context?
For example, when God advocates that someone be killed who's never hurt anyone, is there a proper context for that?
When God advocates raping young girls, marrying them, and forcing them into a life of servitude,
Is there proper context for that?
How about when God gives away someone else's country, and then tells his chosen ones, to rape, pillage, and plunder, but most importantly, kill, kill, kill. Is there a proper context for that?
You've resorted to impugning the source, without addressing the evidence, which you can read in your own Bible.
The words in the Bible are accurate, the owner of the website who posted them is completely irrelevant.
The fact that the owner of that website states that is an atheist, in my opinion, that's not surprising.
Especially if his only other option is to believe in a god that sanctions all the crimes you could always accuse a Jihadist of committing. Crimes against different religions are all sanctioned in both the Koran and the Bible. I keep telling you, they come from the same origins. Did I not tell you that it's just a recipe for perpetual war?
When I say "I will bury you" in Bible quotes that justify the most heinous behavior imaginable, quite frankly, if you can justify using Bible quotes to back up all of your assertions, why can't I? Fair is fair.
Generally speaking, I've never been one to use Bible quotes to backup any of my assertions, but I could change that if I have to.
I draw conclusions from connecting the dots. You draw conclusions by reading your book. One requires thinking, the other does not.
The things that "God" authorizes as perfectly alright in the ancient near East, should apply, in any time, and anyplace, to anybody. Otherwise, it is clearly not law.
If you'd like to engage in moral relativism to explain away what your book says, your book becomes meaningless.
I guess what I'm asking, is for you to actually give an articulate intellectually based explanation for the atrocities that are clearly sanctioned by God, while simultaneously holding him up as some kind of paragon of virtue.
Why do you think you can have it both ways, with simple quotes from an old book that so plainly contradicts itself?
Have you ever considered expressing your opinion through a process called critical thinking?
You see SilverBelle,
Maybe I do have a bugaboo about constant biblical quotations, many of the researchers that I follow use them all the time, and even though the facts they present in their research are correct, their biblical interpretations often make their conclusions 180° out of whack.
People who like to research things like Antarctica, Giants, ancient history, ancient technologies, UFOs, Aliens and current events like just for example, Steve Quayle, or Dave Hodges, amongst many, many others, have had their minds so warped by biblical indoctrination, they really can't analyze the evidence anymore. I have to very carefully isolate their assumptions from the facts that are being presented. It's an arduous task, but it is required to arrive at anything that resembles an accurate conclusion.
For example, if they were to assert that CERN is about to open the gates of hell, releasing demonic spirits, why am I to believe that? Particularly, when our entire planet seems to be run by demonic spirits, I can only assume they are already here.
To top that off, how many of them call themselves God-fearing Christians? Do you still think I'm being theoretical?
I still listen to a lot of "Intel updates", but I have to treat their Biblical diatribes like unwanted commercial interruptions for an imaginary sky daddy that I am never going to accept. Quite frankly, I prefer the commercial interruptions.
So instead of blowing off passages as "out of context", either put them in context for me, or stop using biblical passages for your arguments. I know you accept biblical passages as your one and only truth, but it's not mine, and it doesn't even come close. Maybe you could start with advocating murder, rape, theft, into its proper context for me, or at least tell me why what was okay in the ancient middle east is not okay today. Apparently, there are at least a few Muslims who would disagree with you.
After all, they're reading virtually identical words, with exactly the same meanings.
Could you explain the difference?
UK Parliament on LOCKDOWN.
Man, it's chili tonight.
If any of you are ever in New York, you guys should try Trump's MOther Meatloaf at the Trump Grill. FABULOUS.
Is there anyway to make that permanent?
Yeah, it's cold.
While you are waiting for Abguy4 to grace us with his presence, and respond to your very good questions, let me take a crack at it.
I do believe that Cory Goode could pass a lie detector test anywhere, the same goes for David Wilcock, and certainly, William Tompkins. But even though they completely believe what they are saying, doesn't necessarily translate to a disclosure by the powers that be. Even if they were told there was going to be a disclosure, doesn't necessarily make it so.
I've got the exact same grievances regarding Donald Trump as you, and quite frankly, I don't think he's in charge of very much. Even if he was, his motives are becoming seriously questionable.
Early on in the Trump campaign, I had a sneaking suspicion that we were being offered "false hope". It has always worked in the past, it's that whole "savior" narrative, that people always seem to keep waiting for, while they sit on their hands and wait.
In the meantime, millions of people literally waste their time, when they could in fact be doing something about it.
That's the last thing the powers that be want.
So, the segments of the population that could actually do something about the atrocities we witness on a daily basis, are fed a constant narrative of an impending change. In my opinion, those who know the truth are just being used.
They're being used by the side that doesn't want disclosure, and, they're being used by the side that does want disclosure.
Ultimately, the more "secrets" that are exposed, the better off we will be. The powers that be don't give a rats ass what we think, or what we know. They plan on killing us off anyway, and are clearly working very hard to accomplish that goal.
The other side, thinks they can resolve of a lot of these issues, if they can only topple the power structure that stands in their way.
It is possible that Donald Trump is an over his head, but it is equally possible that his strategy is one that might have the least loss of life possible. In other words, you could just kill all the bad guys, but what kind of president does that set?
It probably wouldn't even work, without literally changing the consciousness of the people whom you are trying to save,
I think people are being given such a profound disdain for government for a reason, as a segment of society, they have fallen into such an ill repute, it's becoming increasingly unlikely that many of these psychopaths would ever simply be replaced.
If you're going to free a civilization, why not start by giving them mass contempt for authority? Right now, whether it's intentional or not, it seems to be unfolding. Quite frankly, contempt for authority appears to be an underlying agenda right now.
Or, we could always get the guns, pitchforks, and the ropes out, and deal with it the old-fashioned way, but public executions probably wouldn't bring us to a better place.
For now, we are just going to have to work with "Disclosure", where it pops up. With so much talk of it raging, it doesn't appear to be going away anytime soon.
Many free energy inventions are being allowed into the public consciousness, but so far, I can't find one that works that's actually been brought to market, the other thing that's problematic, is how it's done is being maintained as a closely guarded secret. The same could be said for antiaging. There's tantalizing evidence that both are quite possible, but as it stands, the only thing standing in the way of their release to humanity is governments. Toppling them might actually be a prerequisite.
I've studied enough of the cultures from the side of light, as opposed to the side of darkness, to know that the side of light does not believe in authoritarian hierarchies, because they are always, without exception, destructive.
Of course, the side of darkness uses them everywhere possible.
Consider the plausibility that authority figures everywhere are being totally undermined.
That includes The Donald. Government has never been a solution for anything, and never will be.
I suspect that in our foreseeable future, we will have some kind of "Event", that makes that basic premise crystal-clear.
Then, humanity can start with a clean slate.
By the way, now I am being theoretical.
It's just as likely we wind up in a bloody Civil War.
I miss Bugzy. he was good value.
We are what we are and Bugzy blew it at least once.
Lovely guy though and love is all about understanding the chain of events that can lead to things that shouldn't have been said.
Life is all about overcoming the things that conspire against us.
We are all victims of circumstance.
The truth is that goodness always resides in the heart.