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Bible-waving MN GOP Supreme Court nominee places God above U.S. law

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posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 02:55 PM
a reply to: BO XIAN

Just proof of bad people saying bad things. That is all.

posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 03:31 PM
a reply to: olaru12


It seems Michelle MacDonald is a lawyer with her own firm.

Wonder if she went to Liberal schools?

I bet she's a plant.

Need to look at the Democrat opponent(s).

Could be a blackmail scheme.

She might be "throwing" the election.

MacDonald Law Firm - Practice Areas

posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 04:26 PM
a reply to: Krazysh0t

Sounds like, if you had the 50-100 most powerful globalists in a room all telling you quite candidly with documentation how long they've been doing exactly what to set up the one world government and one world religion

you'd just try and convince them that they were disconnected individuals accidentally saying bad things.


posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 04:28 PM
Mary Matalin........

posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 04:29 PM
a reply to: jazz10

There's a thread on ATS about a now former atheist who had an NDE experience wherein a Heavenly angel said the USA had so . . . offended God . . .

that the USA was in real danger of having its population reduced to 10,000 or so.

I sure believe it. I've felt that way for a long time.

This thread is ample proof of the mentalities concerned.

posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 04:37 PM
a reply to: BO XIAN
Ive always believed in a creator of all things. I'd be daft to think otherwise.

I cant point anything out to you nor anyone else but I cant explain how im 110% sure I'm right. Daft isn't it.

There are changes coming.
Blame shifted to others military hardware movwd for others to take the blame and so on and so on.

God does not like the fact that on one side we have some that are shooting for the stars hoping to one day populate other planets while others are struggling to survive.........yet religion apparently plays a big part.

posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 04:39 PM
a reply to: BO XIAN
Athiests can be forgiven for they dont believe. ....they dont believe coz they see so much hate and destruction within the religion yet those who do............allow.

posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 06:23 PM
a reply to: jazz10

AGREED. You make excellent, worthy points.

None is righteous, no, not one.

And that reaping what we sow business can be a real gritch.

It is, however, . . . particularly apart from His Blood and forgiveness and mercy . . . a rather inexorable law of the multiverse.

posted on Jun, 20 2014 @ 06:26 PM
a reply to: xuenchen

Certainly that's entirely plausible.

The oligarchy does hideous stuff like such 'plants' all the time.

The 'Company" are masters at it.

posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 12:09 AM

originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: BO XIAN

Just proof of bad people saying bad things. That is all.

It appears to me that you are not paying attention to what you, yourself are writing.

You are saying that ALL these mostly well-known to famous people [in their era, if not still] were merely disconnected individuals who just HAPPENED to be seriously unsaintly and who ONLY did their evil stuff; only said their evil things QUITE DISCONNECTED from one another and certainly having NO GOALS IN COMMON????


1. Adams, Brock Dir UN Health Org
2. Alexander, M.C. 1919 Exec Sec Am Assoc 4 Interntl Conciliation
3. American Mercury Magazine 1957
4. Annan, Kofi UN SEC GEN
5. Arguelles, Jose NM Prof 1987
6. Bailey, Alice 1975 Lucis Trust bks
7. Benson, Ezra Taft 1899-1994 Sec of Ag during Eisenhower
8. Beria, Laventi Re psychopolitics; Stalin’s chief of security
9. Bernays, Walter 1928 ‘Propaganda’
10. Bethell, Tom 1997 American Spectator
11. Biden, Joseph R Jr 1992
12. Blavatsky, Helena ‘The Secret Doctrine’
13. Butler, Nicholas Murray 1915 Union League
14. Caldwell, Taylor 1974 ‘The Captains & the Kings’
15. Callaway, Oscar 1917, Congressman
16. Christian Science Monitor editorial 1920
17. Churchill, Winston 1922
18. Claudy, Carl H
19. Clinton, Hillary
20. Cohen, Richard M Senior Prod of CBS Pol News
21. Coleman, Dr John 1992 former intel agent of British MI6
22. Corbett, P.E. 1942 leftist Institute of Pac Rels
23. Cousteau, Jacques-Yves 1991 The UNESCO Courier
24. Crowley, Aleister
25. Cuddy, Dr Dennis
26. Dall, Curtis FDR’s son-in-law
27. Declaration of the Fed of the World …Legislatures of No. Carolina 1941, NJ 1942, Penn 1943
28. Dewey, Thomas E 1944
29. Disraeli, Benjamin 1844 & 1856 1st British Prime Min
30. Dodd, William E 1937 U.S. Ambssdr to Germany
31. Dulles, John Foster 1944
32. Eakman, B.K. ‘Educating for the NWO’
33. Episcopal Church in General Convention 1940
34. Falk, Richard A 1975 bk On the Creation of a Just World Order
35. Fin, Tom 1975 NY Times
36. Frankfurter, Felix 1952 Supreme Court Justice
37. Fulbright, William Senator 1963
38. Fuller, Maj Gen J.F.C. 1941
39. Gaither, Rowan 1954 re engineering merger of USA with Soviet Union
40. Gardner, Richard 1974 CFR Jrnl Forgn Affrs
41. Garrison, James Pres of Gorbachev Foundation
42. Gephardt, Richard 1990 in Wall St Journal
43. Gingrich, Newt
44. Goldwater, Barry 1964 Senator
45. Gonzalez, Henry US Rep 1994
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51. Hitler, Adolph 1933-1945
52. Hoover, J Edgar
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56. Jenner, William 1954 Senator
57. Kah, Gary re The Environmental Agenda
58. Kennedy, JF 12 Nov 1963
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64. Lincoln, Abraham
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70. Minter, William 1977 Professor CFR
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81. Rockefeller, David 1991
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90. Scowcroft, Brent 1990 in Wash Post
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93. Smoot, Dan FBI Headquarters member
94. Spangler, David
95. Stalin, Joseph
96. Stedman, Stephen John 1995 in Forgn Aff
97. Stevenson, Adlai
98. Strong, Maurice UN environmental leader
99. Svali—pseudonym of an illuminati mind programmer
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101. Talbot, Strobe 1992 Clinton’s Dep Sec State
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IT WOULD APPEAR that you've read very few of the quotes, if any.

IF you sound like you have not even read most of the list above before you respond, I'll know that your assertions

--are grossly disingenuous
--and/or illogical
--and/or irrational
--and/or written without more than a gnat's fart's worth of thought
--and/or grossly undiscerning
--and/or without a shred of understanding of human nature
--and/or without a shred of understanding of man's arrogance
--and/or without a shred of understanding of man's greed for !!!CONTROL!!! AND POWER over other men
. . .
. . .

And . . . I'll tend to be very . . . skeptical about the motives behind such assertions; ...

posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 12:12 AM
a reply to: Krazysh0t

I do HOPE . . . perhaps hope against hope . . .

that you ARE aware that some of the quotes at the first link assert that said globalists WOULD, in part, USE FINANCIAL MANIPULATIONS to achieve their global government goals.

And, further, even their own MSM have acknowledged the horrendous crises their colleagues, THE BANKSTERS perpetrated on millions of innocent citizens.

ARE you aware of that recent part of our somewhat public history?

IF SO, how are you aware of that and STILL given to claiming that it's merely disconnected flawed humans saying bad things with no conspiratorial shared goals???

posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 03:39 PM

originally posted by: Metallicus

originally posted by: signalfire
"the Democrats are (kind of) in control of the country and they are widely known to not be religious. "

Seriously? Blanket statement, much?

An estimated 70% of the population of the United States believes, for no reason except mommy and daddy said so, and 'society' concurs, that there is a God and he's watching everyone all the time, and needed to create a demi-version of himself that got tortured and murdered in order to pay in advance for sins in perpetuity by persons not yet even born...

Which means that 70% of the population is whackadoodle, and some of those are Democrats, since there is almost a 50/50 mix of Democrats and Republicans here, leaving out for the moment the small percentage that actually thinks once in a while.

So anyone that believes in God is wackadoodle and you are accusing someone else of making blanket statements and of having an agenda? Hilarious.

Yup, that's right. People who believe in a god, whether it's Allah or Apollo, Zeus or Yahweh, are whackadoodle. How silly (and obvious) would it be if everyone around you professed a sincere belief in Neptune, to the absolute level of 'if you believe in any other gods you will spend eternity in hell?'

See how silly it sounds? Just because society likes to lie to itself 24/7 and has for years (mostly because they couldn't explain lightning and diseases) do we have to continue it now? When science has figure out those basics? Or do you enjoy living in a society where almost everyone is delusional and it's accepted as the norm?

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