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Anonymous is Miles Taylor, a former white house aide.
He seeds the narrative that his followers believe. He is full of conspiracy theories. And his cult believe his every word.59 AnswersPolitics21 hours ago
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"You Literally Can't Believe The Facts Tucker Carlson Tells You. So Say Fox's Lawyers"
"Fox's lawyers: The "'general tenor' of the show should then inform a viewer that [Carlson] is not 'stating actual facts' about the topics he discusses and is instead engaging in 'exaggeration' and 'non-literal commentary.' "32 AnswersPolitics9 hours ago
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FOX in the mornings.22 AnswersOther - Television19 hours ago
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Cause he doesn't care for his fans17 AnswersPolitics5 hours ago
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Are historians and scholars that insist there is no evidence of a Judaist conspiracy equally short sighted?
Christianity is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.
Abrahamism has Judaic roots.
Its adherents, known as Christians, believe that Jesus is the Christ, whose coming as the Messiah was prophesied in the Hebrew Bible, called the Old Testament in Christianity, and chronicled in the New Testament. It is the world's largest religion, with about 2.4 billion followers as of 2020, and they all believe that Jesus coming was prophecised in the Jewish old testament
Christianity began as a Second Temple Judaic sect in the 1st century in the Roman province of Judea. Jesus' apostles and their followers spread around the Levant, Europe, Anatolia, Mesopotamia, Transcaucasia, Egypt, and Ethiopia.
Now, for members of Abrahamic religions, such as Christianity, Islam and Judaism, i can totally agree that everything that is said in the bible is 100% truth.
However, for those that do not believe that the bible was the word of god, then surely by the fact that we have Abrahamic religions that have caused countless world wars throughout history, is proof that somehow a lie managed to take over the world.
Thus, the statement from modern day historians that there is no proof of a Jewish conspiracy (at some point in history) 100% consistant with what is all around us everywhere we go? Churches, depictions of Jesus, religious fighting et cetera.8 AnswersHistory12 hours ago
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I've been dating my boyfriend for three years, and we have been living together in our own 2-bedroom apartment for almost 4 months. We both finished school- I got my bachelor's degree and work in advertising for an agency, and he went to tech school and works as an HVAC technician. He earned his license and got a nice raise recently, too. Even though we've dated through school and celebrated both our graduations, worked hard to save to move out, spent lots of time with each other's families, and had our families meet each other too, my family is nervous about us getting married. My bf and I have talked about getting engaged soon and we know we can afford to pay for our own wedding, but my family is less than supportive. I'm 26-almost-27, and he is 24 and will be 25 in July- which means if we had a wedding in a year or so, I'd be 27 and he would be 25. My parents say they "aren't ready" to see me get married, and my four younger siblings say that I'm too young and 3 years of dating is too soon. We both have seen each other at our best and worst, we've experienced some great milestones together over the past three years, and I don't understand how that isn't enough for my family. I don't know how to convince them that this is a good decision. My parents have always been a little overprotective and still don't really see me as an adult yet, and my siblings think the same but I don't know why. How can I get everyone's support?35 AnswersFamily2 days ago
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Is our choice between more COVID deaths or never-ending lockdowns and further destruction of our economy?
That does seem to be the choice we face to me.
If we vote for Trump, he will push against lockdowns and to keep re-opening the economy. This will mean more prosperity and less families facing economic hardships. On the other hand, it will likely mean thousands, probably tens of thousands of more COVID deaths.
If we vote for Biden, he will push for more lockdowns, and to reverse the re-opening of our economy. This will mean less more economic hardships for millions of more American families. On the other hand, it will likely mean tens of thousands of lives will be saved from COVID.
Which is do you favor? Impoverishing millions of American families? Or tens of thousands of more COVID deaths?10 AnswersPolitics2 hours ago
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Do conservative trolls think they're fooling ppl when they anonymously claim to be registered Democrats, when they've blocked so many of us?Favorite Answer:
i suppose some do. this site is nothing but a joke anyway.8 AnswersPolitics1 day ago