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klmd 1 point ago +1 / -0

They were installed same as Biden.

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klmd 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well, he sure knows how to motivate a nation. Good for him. That will show how to get things done quick. Too bad he didn't get the shot much sooner. He could have saved many more lives.

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klmd 2 points ago +3 / -1

If some one wanted you wear a dog collar with a homing/listening device inside, would you? Lose the phone. This old guy never had one. I didn't die without it. You won't either.

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klmd 14 points ago +14 / -0

Because the mother fucking rich, who own big pharma, and the media, want us all dead. You need to get your head wrapped around this one fact. It isn't going away. We might.

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klmd 1 point ago +1 / -0

England, are you next???

Martyrs of Córdoba

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martyrs_of_Córdoba#:~:text=8%20External%20links-,Historical%20background,Andalus%20by%20its%20Muslim%20rulers

In 711 AD, a Muslim army from North Africa had conquered Visigoth Christian Iberia.[3] Under their leader Tariq ibn-Ziyad, they landed at Gibraltar and brought most of the Iberian Peninsula under Islamic rule in an eight-year campaign. The Iberian Peninsula was called al-Andalus by its Muslim rulers. When the Umayyad Caliphs were deposed in Damascus in 750, the dynasty relocated to Córdoba, ruling an emirate there; consequently the city gained in luxury and importance, as a center of Iberian Muslim culture.

Once the Muslims conquered Iberia, they governed it in accordance with Islamic law. Blasphemy and apostasy from Islam were both capital offenses. In Islam, blasphemy includes insulting Muhammad and the Muslim faith. Apostasy is the crime of converting away from Islam. Under Islamic law, anyone whose father is Muslim is automatically a Muslim at birth and will automatically be guilty of apostasy if they proclaim any faith other than Islam. Anyone found guilty of either blasphemy or apostasy was swiftly executed.

During this time, Christians could retain their churches and property on condition of paying a tribute (jizya) for every parish, cathedral, and monastery; frequently such tribute was increased at the will of the conqueror. Christians also had to abstain from any public displays of their faith in the presence of Muslims, as such an act was considered blasphemy under Islamic law and punishable by death.

Many Christians fled to Northern Spain; others took refuge in the monasteries of Sierras. Still others converted in order to gain favor or avoid the jizya, and thus the number of Christians shrank eventually to small proportions.[3]

In 786 the Muslim caliph, Abd-er Rahman I, began the construction of the great mosque of Córdoba, now a cathedral, and compelled many Christians to take part in the preparation of the site and foundations. The executions of the martyrs caused tension not only between Muslims and Christians, but within the Christian community. Abd er-Rahman II at first ordered the arrest and detention of the clerical leadership of the local Christian community. As the civil disobedience seemed to subside, the clergy were released in November 851. When several months later there was a new wave of protests, the emir turned again to the Christian leaders as the ones most capable of controlling the Christian community.[4] Instead of imprisoning them, he ordered them to convene a council in Córdoba to review the matter and develop some strategy for dealing with the dissidents internally. He gave the bishops a choice: Christians could stop the public dissent or face harassment, loss of jobs, and economic hardship.[5] Upon the death of Abd-er Rahman II in 852, his son and successor Muhammad I removed all Christian officials from their palace appointments.

Reccafred, Bishop of Córdoba, urged compromise with the Muslim authorities. Eulogius, who has been venerated as a saint from the 9th century, viewed the bishop as siding with Muslim authorities against the Christians. The closures of monasteries where some of the martyrs had lived occurred towards the middle of the 9th century.

The monk Eulogius encouraged the public declarations of the faith as a way to reinforce the faith of the Christian community and protest the Islamic laws that Christians saw as unjust. He composed tractates and martyrologies, of which a single manuscript, containing his Documentum martyriale, the three books of his Memoriale sanctorum and his Liber apologeticus martyrum, was preserved in Oviedo, in the Christian kingdom of Asturias in the far northwestern coast of Hispania. The relics of Eulogius were moved there in 884

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klmd 1 point ago +1 / -0

And none of her doctors suggested Ivermectin. "They don't give a fuck about you, they don't give a fuck about you". They want us all dead.

Wakey wakey, blue bobbleheads.

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klmd 0 points ago +1 / -1

Burn each other to the ground, twice. No, three times or more.

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klmd 3 points ago +4 / -1

Count your blessings.

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klmd 0 points ago +1 / -1

The dot is not a zit.

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klmd 0 points ago +1 / -1

Soldiers who wear the government uniform are not always on the side of the government.

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klmd 0 points ago +1 / -1

If we don't do this they will do it again. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.

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