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#FreeDankula, samizdat, and Christ.

I never thought I would quote Ricky Gervaise with approval. The man is a fool, an athiest, and he’s not that funny. Dankula is a fool, an atheist (like most Scots) but he is funny. That makes what he did a crime in the post enlightenment, post Christian Scotland with a nationalist party that hates […]

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Hypocrisy is a vice: Civility a weak virtue.

We are at a point where we are being silenced: if we cannot be silenced we will be bought to the amenable authorities and forced to recant. For it is not merely the truth that is offensive, but thought. Rational thought, you see, is racist. Or sexist. Or does not acknowledge the subjective experience of […]

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The death spiral starts.

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It is a good time to switch to DuckDuckGo. Or Bing. Or any other search. It is a hetter time to not pay Google for searches. Because they ahve decided to ban legal products within the USA. For political points. I’m aware that some firearms available in the USA are not legal in NZ, and […]

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Postmodernism is dirt and huts.

The Postmodernist relativism does not work. It cannot work. Because it is based on lies, and those lies are mandatory. I may chance have some odd quirks and remnants of wit broken on me because I have railed so long against marriage, but doth not the appetite alter? A man loves the meat in his […]

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No platforming is ancient. [Acts 13]

When the lectionary breaks a sermon in half, you have a choice. Do you look at other scripture, or do you continue from yesterday’s post? Which was about the need to use reason with those who are reasonable. This is important, and it is a filter. Consider the response to the end of Paul’s sermon. […]

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