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Has Chris Rock been relevant since the 90s?
That's because all of it starting in the 50s or 60s from music to tv, movies, and everything else was specifically designed from day 1 to slowly chip away at traditional morality and culture and to create a new society that saw those things as outdated/old fashioned and no longer relevant.
I don't know if she's based, but she's certainly helping us on this one issue... at least for now. It's fun to watch.
I mean I recall them having a few good songs, but otherwise I've never seen the appeal.
The first one was the only real good one. The sequels weren't that good, but we all watched them because the first was that good
Only one of the two, but yes.
He actually cares about his county unlike our politicians.
Middle class white women curse a lot.
Except we don't really have a democracy. I'd say that majority are more centrist or right leaning, not leftist commies. I'd say we have more of a Oligarchy at this point with the rich elites running things with the face of trying to look like a Republic.
Games are entertainment just like anything else. No more stupid than TV shows, sports, and anything else that requires you to sit in one place and do nothing productive.
If you go back to the pre-welfare days, black people were making great strides in this country. The eugenicists targeted blacks first and destroyed their families and culture and replaced it with what you have today. I do think we can get there, but the a large part of the current black culture needs to be destroyed. It will be very painful for them, but it's the only way forward.
I'd say we're not even a Republic at this point. We're essentially an oligarchy that has the façade of a Republic.
Reddit is hot trash when it comes to politics and other very mainstream topics, but it's really the only place where you can find very targeted subforums for certain topics. In the old days you'd probably just find a privately run forum somewhere for whatever topic you're looking for information about, but Reddit all but killed that.
I think I saw a list at some point where it's a lot of the same people who are mods for a whole host of major communities on Reddit.
Sadly our two income society has destroyed the ability for women to not work unless the man makes bank. Generally, we should at least strive to get more women to work for themselves out of their homes (or at worst very locally if they need office space) on a part-time basis rather than doing the full-time slog.
I'd say in general laws should be a reflection of the Commandments. Either way, other situations arise that need to be clarified by law, but it all depends on who is creating the laws and what their aims are. A just man creating laws wouldn't put an unfair burden on the people. Sadly we live in a society where many laws were created by shitheads.
I agree with those things, but there is still a balance between the government extorting the people vs the government creating laws that restrict activities that are detrimental to the society at large.
Dude had swollen balls and couldn't get it up. I'd imagine that'd be a deal breaker for most women.
Just laws are necessary for a functioning society. Freedom means freedom from tyranny, not the freedom to do whatever you want
A lot of people were talking about a vaccine very early. They didn't expect it to be ready during Trump's presidency, hence the flip flopping.
It's not so simple though. Leaving aside the theology of the priest bring Alter Christus and the tradition of it all, you still introduce practical issues. Priests typically live on church property in the rectory, now you have to have wife and children to consider. Add income considerations since priests don't exactly make a great wage. Also there's the parish dynamics of a priest facing to juggle between the needs of his family vs being on call 24/7 for his parishioners. With a large roster is priests you may be able to pull it off at the parish level, but it wouldn't be very simple. Then bring it to a higher level with bishops and it gets messy.
Sure you can compare it to a CEO or something at a major corporation, but how many of those so a great job caring for their families (with hired help)? Is that the example we'd want for priests?
Of course, but each diocese appoints clergy to run the seminaries. Those men are the gatekeepers. It's not like there's a vote among the entire group of priests in the diocese on who to let in. It's really a joint effort between the bishop and those that are running the seminaries and forming new priests to sniff them out. Although, it's also worth noting that the seminaries in general need a purge of much of the more modern post-1960s style theology that's been introduced. I won't go full traditionalist and say that it's all useless, but it at the very least needs to be re-evaluated to weed out a lot of the newer/modern lax morality.
I believe his point was to say that your standard parish priest can marry, but those who wish to elevate to the fullness of the priesthood (that is Bishop - Cardinals and the Pope are still Bishops) would have to be celibate.
It should be noted that Eastern Catholic Rites (who were previously Orthodox) allow this type of setup.
The real cure is to have based men running seminaries and sniffing out the homos and kicking their asses out. The fact is that with any profession, the abusers are kept out only by vigilance of the gatekeepers.
Trump's 4 years and now the beginnings of the Biden Regime have exposed all of these people for what they really are. The American people have been taken for a ride for decades with the façade of politicians who seem to actually care for American. Instead, they're all satanic communists who destroy our country and way of life.