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What a load of b!!!!!!!t if this is what motivates the 21st century extremists then they need a heart and brain implant.

william velmer (@saadvisory)

This religion is based upon death and destruction. It is a religion of zero tolerance concerning women, other religions, gays and freedom of thought. The dems did not really mention ISIS because Obama (the creature in the WH does not think it exists either) because Obama is actually a Muslim- now i say that only because his bio father was Muslim – his stepfather was
Muslim and he spent many years being educated within a Madrasa . Obama believes that these are just criminals, but they are criminals against the world population. The Muslim religion is a cancer of the mind and can spread by thought that poor, uneducated, disillusioned and hopeless feed off of


Christians don’t believe in three Gods. That’s a heresy called Tritheism. We belive in One God manifested in three persons. The entire universe is trinitarian by design. The universe consists of three things: matter, space, and time. This does not mean three universes. A human has a body, soul and spirit, again, not three humans. The first verse of the Bible is “in the beginning God…”. The Hebrew word for God is elohim, which is actually a plural form of the word el. God said “Let us make man in our image, in our likeness”, note “us” and “our”. Isaiah 48:16 “And now the Sovereign LORD (the Father) has sent me (the Son), with his Spirit (the Holy Spirit)”. Matthew 3:13-17 (voice of the Father, Son baptized, Spirit descending like a dove). Matthew 28:19 (baptized in one name, yet three Persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). One example from Quran: “We have already sent [messengers] to nations before you [O Muhammad]; then We seized them with poverty and hardship that perhaps they might humble themselves [to Us]”. Note, We and Us. Also the Quran says that muslims should judge non-muslims by what God has revealed to each one in Gospel, Torah etc. I think it’s more than clear what He has revealed to us (Christians). We are not making these things up, it’s what the Gospel tells us, therefore muslim should not judge us if they unaware. It’s all part of God’s mystery and it would be the ultimate arrogance to believe that someone could fully understand God. He discovered Himself to us as much as He wanted to, we have to stick to His words and not judge the others. What’s the point of forced converts? Is really someone out there who thinks this could work? It’s gonna make people hating God, not loving and respecting Him. On the other hand, what can we expect of Isis? If they believe that forced sex is good, should we be surprised when want to forcibly convert everyone?


I don’t know if this magazine misinforms on purpose or they really don’t have so much knowledge about Christianity. Here’s the thing about the “original sin”, quoting – Genesis 2:16 “And the Lord God commanded the man, “You are free to eat from any tree in the garden; 17 but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die”. Did He mean physical or spiritual death? Both, but not at the same time and with the same consequences. The spiritual death was instantaneous on that day of disobedience and the later physical death, certainly did happen, just as God said, but for Adam it was 930 years later.
Spiritual death is our natural state prior to accepting Christ as our savior (Ephesians 2:1; Colossians 2:13). It is a lack of spiritual life, an absence of proper spiritual functioning. God is the eternally existent One, the great “I AM” (Exodus 3:14); He is life. So, really, spiritual death is separation from God, who is life.

Humans are raised from spiritual death by Jesus. Our Lord, being God incarnate, is associated with life numerous times throughout the New Testament. He is life and comes to give us life (John 1:4; 10:10; 11:25; 14:6; Acts 3:15). Paul says that, before we are saved, we are “dead” in our sins (Ephesians 2:1; Colossians 2:13). When we lack Jesus, we lack life. Therefore we are dead.

Dead people cannot help themselves. Life does not come from non- life. This is why salvation is all of grace. We are incapable of doing anything to save ourselves; only Jesus, the Author of Life, can save us (Ephesians 2:8-10). Romans 6:23 says, “For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Man is sinful—spiritually dead—but God gives life.

“How can an infant be born spiritually dead?” you might ask. Spiritual death became a reality for humanity after the Fall of Adam and Eve. God instructed Adam to refrain from eating the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, warning that eating the fruit would result in death (Genesis 2:16-17). After Eve and Adam ate the fruit, however, they did not immediately experience physical death. Rather, their relationship with God was severed. They became aware of their nakedness, created clothes of leaves, and hid themselves from God in shame (Genesis 3:6-9). They were no longer functioning spiritually, but were spiritually dead. Romans 5:12 explains, “Therefore, just as sin came into the world through one man, and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because all sinned.” The sin of Adam and Eve tainted all of humanity. We all have a sinful nature now. We are born separated from God (see Psalm 51:5).
As for the blood sacrifice, the whole of the Old Testament, every book, points toward the Great Sacrifice that was to come—that of Jesus’ sacrificial giving of His own life on our behalf. Leviticus 17:11 is the Old Testament’s central statement about the significance of blood in the sacrificial system. God, speaking to Moses, declares: “For the life of a creature is in the blood, and I have given it to you to make atonement for yourselves on the altar; it is the blood that makes atonement for one’s life.” In Leviticus, God said “I have given it to you (the creature’s life, which is in its blood) to make atonement for yourselves (covering the offense you have committed against Me).” In other words, those who are covered by the blood sacrifice are set free from the consequences of sin. Heb. 9:22 – And almost all things are by the law purged with blood; and without shedding of blood is no remission. Hebrews 9:11-18 confirms the symbolism of blood as life and applies Leviticus 17:11 to the sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ. Verse 12 states clearly that the Old Testament blood sacrifices were temporary and only atoned for sin partially and for a short time, hence the need to repeat the sacrifices yearly. But when Christ entered the Most Holy Place, He did so to offer His own blood once for all time, making future sacrifices unnecessary. This is what Jesus meant by His dying words on the cross: “It is finished” (John 19:30). Never again would the blood of bulls and goats cleanse men from their sin. Only by accepting Jesus’ blood, shed on the cross for the remission of sins, can we stand before God covered in the righteousness of Christ (2 Corinthians 5:21).


given some time to reflect on the information-
including the decision tree of congested and complex systems, it is difficult to assume that the scripture presented is an elaborate coding system, if militant decision trees are sparse, counter measures are accurate and transparent, a tribal environment with a military experience in western intelligence may find a structure of meaning other than a standardized western interpretation.
From a point of view (first person, omniscient, etc) of the Koran you get an interplay of perspectives, additionally this may include landscape settings, or stylized meaning where some statements are more valuable than others, so each worshiper has a stylized interpretation.
So the Koran and religion should be structured as a tool to militant interpretation, hence they are violent and addicted to its interpretation, the heron of their choice should be seeded with sub structure and routines, below the surface level of its normalized us.
This is a strategic advantage.
how much the publisher owns the statements as a substitute of Allah and Muhammad (as in my people; omnipotent, first person) is stylized, however since they do not engage in alternative religions such as Christian, but destroys their symbols (sphere of marketing), western capitalism is the shadow of religion and together that is the symbolic success,
they duality of a mutual god may be interpreted as a whisper of gossip, however, it is in certain contexts an anti form pressed on Muslim reflected against western capitalism as the seed of religion where success is the glory of the heathens. the more contrasts you find that are wholly representative, they higher the differences emerge under umbrella definitions.
Most of the definitions of cities are set in old terms, not internet derived but old text books, so new cities and bright lights may appear more evil.
it is easy to overthink the information,
one presumes social movement and cause,
also white noise for an easier communication system,
also fractured networks,
you could apply intelligence test on the scribe, and interpretation, which is positive, as such you could reflect on the strategic transition of thought. This in a sense could be stylized also, and a person that is a true believer will attack targets like the prophet, their will be a purity of transmission, if you reverse engineer this thought process a speaker and worshiper of religion will select certain texts and scribes naturally, I THINK THAT IS THE MONEY SHOT RIGHT THERE…
contrast and context building reflected in diminishing resources would have a shorter decision tree and a true reflection of origin


At the same time you push a religious evolution curve, its seems to lag in poorer area, but shift the perspective, its more FBI orientated than the other, as the resources are profile based and you can prose it, not sure what EU and other versions of FBI are, seems more applicable, to evolve religion to the left and militant as an anti-form, long term goals may be more financially beneficial to military budgets in the long term, 20 year goal, 50 year goal etc, trigger/flash points (pre-corrupted post forensic/political systems), the systems are present, the transition is beneficial, and it is present in a world system.


What the f**ks wrong with you. Why do you write like that…You don’t make sense.
It’s like your writing anything that comes to mind.
Go back to school and learn proper grammar, syntax and – just generally – how to write coherently.

Ramsey Stolid

Join the religion of misogyny, slavery, & pedophilia that supports the dismemberment of petty thieves and the murder of homosexuals and apostates. Watch murder-pr0n! Join ISIS today!


By allowing ISIS to exist as a state for so long we have allowed pure evil to become a viable alternative. This is why the state of ISIS itself — and all remnants and forms of it — must be destroyed first — root and branch.

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