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Josh and The Giant Pussy

It's interesting how much defense came to Josh Duggar when he was called out for molesting his younger sisters.

"This is just an attack on Christians!" "He has been forgiven by his family and Jesus!" "Leave those poor Christians alone!" "They let God be the judge, cant we all do that?!" "It's their family, they handled it like they should, in silence!"

The Christian nation stood by his side, while it was proven he was a indeed a child molester. They came to his aid in droves.

Now, we find out, that even during this so-called persecution, he was cheating on his wife. This man went around preaching his forgiveness by the name of God, and at the same time preaching his hate about the destruction of family and marriage values because of Gay Marriage being legalized.

You would think Mr. Duggar would get the same type of support from his fellow Christians as he did for being accused a child molester, because surely that's worse? Nope, they are furious with their attacks because he fucked another bitch. But fondling his little sisters? Meh, prove it, you weren't there, just more Christian persecution. Seems like adultery is more of a crime than molestation.

"What is ironic is that Josh used to serve as the executive director of the Family Research Council, a conservative lobbying group in Washington D.C. which seeks "to champion marriage and family as the foundation of civilization, the seedbed of virtue, and the wellspring of society."
http://www.christiantoday.com/article/did.josh.duggar.really.cheat.on.his.wife.hacked.ashley.madison.accounts.exposed/62447.htm

"Last night we learned from online reports about allegations concerning Josh Duggar and then read his confession today," Perkins said. "We are grieved by Josh's conduct and the devastating impact of his pornography addiction and marital unfaithfulness."
http://www.christianpost.com/news/josh-duggar-concedes-he-is-biggest-hypocrite-ever-admits-to-cheating-on-his-wife-143317/

These are just two examples, do your own research. Which you wont. Hell, if you've read all of this so far, congrats. Here's a secret I'll share with those of you who have made it here: I'm really a mormon trapped inside a satanist's body.

Our Presidential Candidate stood strong with the Duggars for their son's "indiscretions". Wonder how he feels now.

Why do I care so much about such things you ask? Here's why: This disgusting human being has millions of dollars preaching to millions of sheep about a way of life that is contradictory to his own. I really dont care about his life, what I care about are the people affected by him and his religion. I care about the powerful people that stand behind him, and their influence on the millions of sheep. We allow these people to rule the world because we have stopped thinking for ourselves. We have decided we would rather be lead off the cliff, instead of learning how to build a bridge. People like Josh and Huckabee hide behind their fairy tales, and we give them a pass for that. We let them hide.

Publicly Appropriate Complimentary Expression

Unless you live under a rock, and no disrespect to those that do, you cannot escape the term "politically correct" in today's media. It is being used daily by those that would attempt to make you believe they are just flexing their First Amendment Right of “free speech”. Hopefully these words I write will change the way you think about both.
I want to talk about interpretation before we touch anything else. This is a huge word, fourteen letters to be exact, thrown around as frequently as the above mentioned phrases. As humans, people with fully conscience brains, we consider interpretation as personal right. We are allowed to interpret anything, anyway we see fit. The problem with this, as my interpretation goes, is that we allow this word to skew things like facts.
Our great country, The United States of America, was founded on some pretty basic principles. The Constitution was written in a way to allow for the people of this country to be free. Free from control of others. Now it took some time for these principles to fully evolve into what we know today. Take slavery as an example, no disrespect to any slaves or slave owners that may read this, a major part of this country’s history. Slavery existed at the time of the writing of the Constitution, and unfortunately it took a few hundred years to be completely abolished.
We could easily argue, no disrespect to those that don’t argue, that slavery still exists today. Specifically among the citizens of this country, no disrespect to illegal citizens, one could argue we are slaves to capitalism. To survive is to work, no disrespect to those that don’t work, to work is to purchase things to survive. Of course I’m skewing the original identity of slavery in this country, as it is no secret that the majority of black people (no disrespect to light skinned, white skinned, yellow skinned) in the country at that time were slaves. As stated, it took time for the white people (no disrespect to the pale white people, or the olive skinned white people, or the tan white people) running the country to see the error of their ways. As time (no disrespect to metaphysics) went on those in charge saw the error of their ways and made changes to the Constitution. The thirteenth amendment ended slavery in this country.
This wasn’t a very popular opinion throughout the entire country though. Again that word interpretation rings to mind. There were people (no disrespect to the animals) in the Southern States that didn’t agree, and I’m positive we could find some people in the North who didn’t agree as well. See the great thing about the Government, and listen I use the word “Great” loosely when speaking about the Government, is that our Constitution makes and creates laws regardless if someone gets offended. It is a system in place to make sure that all people are treated fairly, regardless of gender, skin color, nationality, or religion.
This is where (no disrespect to those still reading the first few paragraphs) the First Amendment comes into play. Probably the most confused (no disrespect to those not confused) and misconstrued set of words in the English language (no disrespect to other translations).


“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
The most interesting (no disrespect to those not interested) thing happens when you explain to people that the first amendment doesn’t give us the right to say whatever we want. Like little puppies (no disrespect to little kittens) they will cock their heads in befuddlement. Remember (no disrespect to those that remember) that word evolution, well just like slavery, freedom of speech had to evolve (disrespect to creationists).
There are all sorts of things are considered NOT freedom of speech. For example, if you are looking to purchase something, let’s say a car (no disrespect to bike riders). If the guy (no disrespect to women) selling you the car tells you it can fly, and you believe him, but indeed the car doesn’t fly, that is NOT freedom of speech. That is a complete misrepresentation of the object being sold. As we do in this country (no disrespect to other countries), you have the right to sue the hell out of him for presenting false statements as fact. There is a technical term for it, but I digress.
Here’s a fun one. Say you tell someone something, like “That guy slept with your wife”, and the guy you told kills that other guy. You would then be held liable for inciting that violence. We could argue that the one guy should’ve done some research prior to killing the other guy, but as we know, research is time consuming. And aint nobody got time for that (no disrespect to those who hate catchy catch phrases).
As we can see (no disrespect to those who cannot actually see) freedom of speech is a tricky thing, and often misused (no disrespect to those not misusing it).
Which brings us back to “Politically Correct”, also widely misused, and based on a false understanding of freedom of speech. I blame the internet. And this is a difficult accusation for me to make, mainly because I love the internet (no disrespect to those who hate the internet). The internet allows us the freedom to communicate with people (no disrespect to the cats using the internet (sorry dogs, you’re not doing it right)) all across the globe at an instant. Sadly some of the countries on this planet censor the web (no disrespect to countries censoring the web), mainly because they fear the criticism of their people. Not the good ol’ USA however, our government welcomes the criticism. Hell we base the evolution of our laws on the criticism of the people. And this is what makes us a great country (no disrespect to not so great countries). We can change, and we do change, usually for the right reasons.
The problem is those who attempt to hide behind this false idea of what free speech actually means. It means you can say whatever you’d like as long as it doesn’t incite violence, provide false statements as fact, or simply create hate. Gosh, this seems like a lot of restrictions huh Mr. Bill? Well Capitol Hill will maybe make you a law someday. And that is exactly what happened. Laws were created to prevent people from being taken advantage of based on speech, or to prevent people from using hate speech as free speech.
Being “politically correct” as exampled throughout this collection of words, means to speak in a manner in which you do not offend someone or a group of someone’s. It is being tossed around as if we should feel bad about not wanting to offend someone. And while I agree it is a dick thing to offend someone simply because you want to, I really don’t understand why people actually want to offend someone else. This is where my biggest confusion comes into play. You can disagree and if you do then state why, I would imagine you would be prepared to defend your opinions. But to offend simply because you can, I don’t get it.
Well let me take that back. I do understand it. See it’s easier to attack a person than it is to attack an idea. Here’s a fun term: “ad hominem”. This is what happens every time you see someone upset about Caitlyn Jenner. The most used attack is saying she isn’t courageous, or not as courageous as a military person. Maybe she isn’t carrying an ak-47 across enemy lines, but she is putting herself out in front of the world and saying this is what I am. The world is a pretty harsh place, and it takes some thick skin to get through it. Especially in our media driven world, people like her are spread all over the media, and every so called opinion matters. If she wasn’t already famous, as Bruce Jenner, no one would care. Here’s the reality though, there are thousands of people just like her, they may not be famous, but they are living the same life. With the same feelings she had, the same struggles in society, each with the thought that their voice doesn’t matter.
I don’t understand why we care so much as a society though. I get the whole celebrity thing, but at the end of the day, how is your life affected by her transformation? I wish people would really ask themselves this question more. What part of your life is being destroyed by this woman’s decision?
Finally one more statement on these things. The confederate flag. A huge topic in America right now. Again with the guise of free speech and the attack of politically correct. Somehow we have this group of people who seem to shun history in this country. Not only history, but facts. I saw a meme today with a picture of the confederate flag in the center that stated: “I’d rather be historically accurate than politically correct”. Man this stumped me for a while as I read it over and over.
Finally it clicked. You would rather spout incorrect history and facts mixed with bigotry instead of the truth, and then call it freedom of speech. Because let’s face it, if you are posting a picture of that flag, while making the statement that you would rather be historically accurate than politically correct, you are saying that the history of the south as you know it is filled with hate speech. Right? Because if you were actually being politically correct, you wouldn’t be posting a picture of that flag, because it is indeed offensive. And to call yourself historically accurate, you mean to say you know the history of the south, right? But if you did actually know the history of the south, again you would not be posting a picture of that flag.
I will be the first person to tell you that we as a people are way too sensitive in this country. We do get offended very easily. But it my opinion, we are sensitive about the wrong shit. We are expressing our anger towards the wrong people. Gay people who want to get married, this has zero effect on your life. People who decide they want to be a man instead of a woman, also zero effect on your life. People waving a flag in their yard that you don’t agree with, has zero effect on your life.
That is what makes this country great, we do have the ability to think and do whatever we want, as long as it doesn’t affect the lives of others. The so called war on drugs is the exception to that rule, but that’s another collection of words I haven’t written yet.
Stop posting dumb shit on the internet, stop being offended by things that really have no bearing on your life, and please just do some research before you share.

 

 

Bullshit

"Bullshit is everywhere. There is very little that you will encounter in life that has not been, in some ways, infused with bullshit.

Not all of it bad. Your general, day to day, organic free-range bullshit is often necessary. Or at the very least innocuous. "Oh, what a beautiful baby. I’m sure it'll grow into that head."

That kind of bullshit in many ways provides important social-contract fertilizer. It keeps people from making each other cry all day.

But then there's the more pernicious bullshit. Your premeditated, institutional bullshit, designed to obscure and distract. Designed by whom? The bullshitocracy.

It comes in three basic flavors.

One, making bad things sound like good things.
“Organic, all-natural cupcakes.” Because factory-made sugar oatmeal balls doesn't sell.
“Patriot Act.” Because "Are you scared enough to let me look at all your phone Records” Act doesn't sell.

So whenever somethings been titled “Freedom Family Fairness Health America”, take a good long sniff. Chances are it's been manufactured in a facility that may contain traces of bullshit.

Number two, the second way, hiding the bad things under mountains of bullshit.

Complexity. You know, l would love to download Drizzy’s latest Meek Mill diss.
Everyone promised me that that made sense.

But I’m not really interested right now in reading Tolstoy's iTunes agreement, so I’ll just click agree, even if it grants Apple prima nocta with my spouse.

Here's another one; simply put, simply put, Banks shouldn't be able to bet your pension money on red. Bullshittly put, it's, hey, this. Dodd-Frank.

Hey, a handful of billionaires can't buy our elections, right? Of course not. They can only pour unlimited, anonymous cash into a 501 c4 if fifty percent is devoted to issue education, otherwise they’d have to 501 c6 it or funnel it openly through a non-campaigning coordinating super pac, with a quarter…I think they’re asleep now, we can sneak out.

And finally, it’s the bullshit of infinite possibility.
These bullshitters cover their unwillingness to act under the guise of unending inquiry.

“We can't do anything because we don't yet know everything. We cannot take action on climate change, until everyone in the world agrees gay-marriage vaccines won't cause our children to marry goats, who are going to come for our guns.”

Until then, l say teach the controversy.

Now, the good news is this. Bullshitters have gotten pretty lazy. And their work is easily detected. And looking for it is kind of a pleasant way to pass the time. Like an i-spy of bullshit.
So l say to you tonight, friends. The best defense against bullshit is vigilance. So if you smell something, say something"
~Jon Stewart

Baphomet

Ha! The genius of the devil.

Did you know that in order to prevent protests of the revealing of the Baphomet statue, the organizers created first a false location of the revealing, in order to receive the real location of the actual revealing, people had to sign their souls over to the devil first.

Pure fucking genius.

For those of you that dont get it, this statue is truly a ploy to get other religions to complain about its existence, thereby proving the double standards that exist in this country in regards to "freedom of religion". The Ten commandments being erected outside of a courthouse, the teachings of religion in schools, in god we trust on our money. Each of these examples demonstrate exactly how much religious freedom WE DO NOT HAVE in this country.

But, by having god/devil fearing folks actualing believing in this religious bullshit, signing their souls over to the devil would be the last thing they would do.


Source: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2015/07/26/to-weed-out-protesters-at-last-nights-event-the-satanic-temple-had-attendees-transfer-their-souls-to-satan/

The Internet

The internet: A technology(not a place)designed for communication of thoughts and ideas. A tool used to spread knowledge and understanding of the world around us. An archive of all the world's current knowledge.

The truth: A place where people spread the ignorance of others as fact. A never ending advertisement of opinions and products. A place where any ignorant fuck can spout their opinions as solutions to the world's problems.

The sadness: We have instant access to facts and research. Previously people had to actually go to a library to learn something. Now, a vast majority of the world's collective knowledge is at our fingertips, yet we disregard this knowledge based on "likes" and "shares". The most "popular" opinions get spread like wildfire, continuing a decrease of intelligence. Even those who claim to do any type of research, simply grab the first thing google tells them is the answer they are looking for. Headlines become talking points, and the more extreme the headline, the more it spreads.

Of course, this is just the ramblings of another ignorant fuck on the internet.

The Difference

The difference between statements made based on opinion and statements made based on proof, is that a statement made claiming to be true can and will be disproven or proven, while a statement made based on opinion will always remain the same statement.
Denying a proven or disproven statement simply because you do not agree is pure ignorance.

We often get confused by statements because they touch our own sense of reality, they appeal to our opinions. This is a simple marketing scheme, coke is better than pepsi because this beautiful blonde says so.

Often the statements we hear on television or social media are mixed with half truths and opinions. Take our politicians as a perfect example of this, they run their campaign on sparking our opinions of the world around us, while sprinkling in half truths about the things they think we want to hear. It's a very effective method of getting voters.

Mexicans are dirty rapists, a statement made to appeal to those who also think this about Mexicans. Sprinkle that opinion with a real problem of illegal immigration, and you have now successfully singled out an entire race of people and rallied a bunch of ignorant voters to your side.
The problem with this statement is that it's primarily based on opinion. One bad apple doesn't ruin a bunch, or does it? It's nonsense to say that it does. If I say that one bad apple has contaminated the entire bunch, because that's just how infections spread, so toss them all. This is a statement made with both opinion and half truths sprinkled on top. You could call it a word sundae, where the cherry on top is you diving right in and accepting it.

What is the purpose of this long ass written statement? Well I've grown tired of the Shit that exists in our society today. We value the opinions of those on the highest pedestals more than the truth. We seem to think that if a person is on tv, or has a million followers on facebook, that they must be legit.

How could a million people be wrong? How could the news be false? How can they lie to us every day?

They are wrong, they are false, and they do lie to us every day because we let them. We accept bullshit because it appears to appeal to our senses. We feel a connection to the message being sent. When we find out the message is bullshit, we are so caught up in our emotions that we could care less if we were just lied to or sold bullshit.

We are a prideful nation of people, and hate to admit we fucked up, but it's okay to learn new things. It's okay to accept new information when it's presented and proven as truth. We can't allow opinion to run this country or this planet. Opinions are bought and paid for by the highest bidder. Truth on the other hand will always have someone trying to prove it or disprove it. Science is a great example of this. If I claim to have turned lead into gold, I need to prove that. I need to show the method I've used to achieve this. If my method can't be reproduced, it's false. And scientists are quick to disprove something, but it is disproven only to find the truth.

How do you know you are receiving bullshit? Research. Ask questions. It's very simple really. Find sources outside the person presenting the message. If their message is legit, there will be facts to back it up.

I understand this is all very confusing, it's very difficult to accept you've been lied to for so long by people who are supposed to be leading you. The great thing is that it can stop. You have the power to find the truth.

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