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  1. Re: Romanian parliament votes to ban all mentions, discussion and theories regarding gender identity and gender fluidity from all levels of education

    I admit, I was wrong. I see your poimt. The Romanian government actions fomway too far and is censorship.

    I can't discuss ideas, even ones you tbink are bad, in an university, where can you...
  2. Re: Romanian parliament votes to ban all mentions, discussion and theories regarding gender identity and gender fluidity from all levels of education

    Well, it is a bad idea ro ban it completely in thd universities, I concede I waa wrong there. If we don't allow discussion in univerisities, where can we discuss ideas like this?

    I was thinking...
  3. I disagree. State isn't banning knowledge, you...

    I disagree. State isn't banning knowledge, you can still discuss it outside of schools. What rhe state has banned is proselytizing of certain views. The government already banned religious...
  4. Re: Is Islam really the sams religion as Judaism ans Christianity?

    True, but PointOfViewGun's points were equally cheap shots, so they deserve the same. But I would ask what were the great scientific discoveries made by Muslims before 1960 that would have been...
  5. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    Your argumenta on Diocletian are faulty and the fact that you don't cite any reptable historian to back up your claims is telling.. Who are these "most scholars agree" you refer to but don't name.
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  6. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    Neither Diocletian nor Basil I were former slaves. While.they came from humble stock, that is not the same thing as saying they were one time slaves as you claim. At best, I have seen it speculated...
  7. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    Semite is a linguistic group, and Ethipians, who I think is fair call black speak Semitic languages.

    The bible calls.Egypt the land of Ham in a couple of places, and Egyptians in ancient art work...
  8. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    In Genesis 9:20 -26 Noah became drunk and naked, and his youngest son Ham told his other 2 brothers instead of covering up his father. Ham's brothers came and coverd up their father with looking. ...
  9. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    I have seen your arguments, and have responded to them. Instead of refuting mine with logical arguments and evidence your own, your appeal to emotion suggest that you don't actually have good...
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    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria II

    The Syrian government controls more of Syria than the opposition, who are not even united. If Assad were to step down there would be a power struggle among the opposiion who would rule, and the...
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    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria II

    I have to agree with you, sanctions will not help matters. Best thing US do is stay out. While neutralizing ISIS was important, neither side of the Syria Civil War is perfect, and frankly I think...
  12. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    That "proto racism" was not restricted just to Europeans. In Sahih Muslim Book 10, hadith 3901, Muhammaded traded 2 black slaves for one white slavw, ans light skin female slaves typically commanded...
  13. Re: Multiculturalist triumph: Dijon turns into a war zone due to Chechen-Algerian gang war.

    Multicultural societies inherently run greater risk of lack of understanding and conflicts that arise out of different value systems.


    Those risks are not inevitable, but there is just a greater...
  14. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    It still illustrate the point is that lockdowns exert a very real cost, in health as well as financial. Suicides resulting from job loss as a result of the shutdowns, health issues cause by stress...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    No, the media muzzles reports.of killing of whites. That is why you hear about dearh of the black woman in Kentucky on a police raid in the national news but not the killing of a white man in bed in...
  16. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    The fear of slave revolts remained, even if the reality of the revolts declined, and it was the fear, not the revolts themselves, that drove policy. Revolts like Nat Turner were recent enough...
  17. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    I brought up the point ro put things into context. Mentioned ancient slavery was different, so it is relevant to discuss how and why colonial slavery was different.



    The technogy argument...
  18. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    The reason that slavery in.the European colonial era was different is because by that time slavery was generally regarded as wrong - France had abolished slavery in the Middle Ages. To justify...
  19. Re: The origins of Slavery in North America

    Despite what the good professor wrote, I would beg to differ. It is a common theme throughout history to look down upon rhose who are different, who dress and talk differently, and look different. ...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    Killing prisoners and harvesting their organs does not make China more humane society https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/china-forcefully-harvests-organs-detainees-tribunal-concludes-n1018646 ...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    You haven't answered the questiion. If you can't answer what length of sentence is over the heads of those arrested for throwing boms, you can't make your claims. Throwing a Molotov cocktail is a...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    No one in the US has been sentenced to life either, not even convicted. This Chinese proster got 4 years for something much less serious than a Molotov cocktail...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    That only applies to the military. Crimes of rape are prosecuted under state law.
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    And you show ignorance of the federal nature of the US. The powers of the US goevernment are broad but not unlimited. The US constituion specifically states that powers not specifically granted to...
  25. Re: Did the Muslims who created the hadith secretly hate Muhammad and Islam?

    I agree that some of the hadiths likely would not have been considered bad at the time, such as lighting a fire.on a man's chest to torture him ro find our.where he hid some money of a village you...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    Keep in mind that your knowledge of Obama comes the media, who loves Obama and thinks who could do no wrong. The media would nor criticize Obama no matter what.


    Thus when Syria crossed the line...
  27. Did the Muslims who created the hadith secretly hate Muhammad and Islam?

    When you read the hadiths about Muhammad from even the most trusted Muslim sources, what they sometimes say about Muhammad is so bad that it even the worst enemies of Islam would have invented...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    The cops who killed George Floyd were under the mayor's control, and his responsibility, yet the BLM are not out for his blood, because the mayor shed crocodile tears? And BLM wonders why they are...
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    Re: The Potential Lab Origin of COVID-19

    I have seen how the medical lie for politically correct reasons. Ans given China's enormous political and financial clout, I am sure they would use such influence, and even Nobel prize winners,...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    The Chinese treat non Han Chinese ethnic groups as culturally inferior and second class citizens. The nationistic Boxers, regarded as heroes, chief success was in killing unarmed men, women, and...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    The armed men were burning and looting like the George Floyd and BLM protesters. Any favortism is being shown by the left. While the left tries to blame the police, police actions are not...
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    Re: The Potential Lab Origin of COVID-19

    I have seen a number of articles reporting studies that rule out COVID-19 being man made, like one here...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    It wound up like this because there a lot of people who have made it a cottage industry of promoting the theme of all problems are due to racism. Al Sharpton and his kind would be nothing if they...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    By making the issue about race instead of dodgy police methods, the protesters are delaying reform, not promoting it. The looting and violence displayed by the protesters completely undermines any...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    The article is somewhat confusing, since the article says practice is not taught or sanctioned, yet being used 247 times against department policy seems a lot of violations the police department...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    Your reality is a bigoted realiry without facts. I have provided facts, you just provide slogans.



    The fire was already there, and you haven't refuted what I said. What Trump said made no...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    There is no law you have to follow what a dispatcher says. Trayvon was infinitely the bigger idiot to attack someone armed with gun. Martin had a cell phone, remember, so he could and should havs...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    It technically was not a choke hold, but anyways where did you get the 44 figure from? Your cerebellum? I really doubt the police department keeps.a record of every hold they use in every arrest. ...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    You are buying into the false narrative that it was racial.

    First of all, restraining an adult person can be difficult, and even if they have tbeir arms handcuffed, they still have their legs. ...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    I think we can agree that the issues are beyond the politics of one party or one man. By concentrating on one man, Trump, we are not going to address the problem. And while Trump sure as hell...
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