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originally posted by: 3n19m470
originally posted by: Gothmog
a reply to: Chadwickus
A broken clock is right 2 times a day.
I love it when folks put that out there without realizing how infinitesimally small the period of time is that proverbial "stopped clock " is right twice a day . And , almost immediately tossed out with the trash .
Not to mention that is a false statement and not applicable to all clocks as some have date as well . Meaning they are only right every 4-7 years .
In that case you would be referring to a calendar which happens to be attached to said clock...
"Well, you know what they say... A broken clock/calendar combo is right once every 4 to 7 years."
I still dont know where you got the 4-7 years. Unless the date is Feb 29th, a clock-cal combo should be correct twice a year... unless you meant the date also includes the day of the week.
Also your first statement becomes invalid if you use a clock that has no second hand, like a digital clock... then it will be correct for the entire minute, TWICE Daily, AM and PM, unless of course your clock specifies whether am or pm, then it would just be once daily.
and in the spirit of not poo pooing Q-believers, I would say that they are a little better because at least they want to be a part of something that causes change
originally posted by: MRuss
The Q posts are wrangling a whole bunch of people. They fear the revelations.
Even if you don’t like Q, he sure is waking a lot of people up.
Nothing wrong with that...as far as I’m concerned.
Nationalism is well described by the psalmist’s expression, “the pestilence causing adversities.” (Psalm 91:3) It has been like a plague on humanity, leading to untold suffering. Nationalism with its resultant hatred of other peoples has existed for centuries. Today, nationalism continues to fan the flames of divisiveness, and human rulers have not been able to stop it.
Many authorities recognize that nationalism and self-interest are the root of the world’s problems. For example, former United Nations Secretary-General U Thant observed: “So many of the problems that we face today are due to, or the result of, false attitudes . . . Among these is the concept of narrow nationalism—‘my country, right or wrong.’”
Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. - attributed to Churchill (but there is some debate about that)
I'm not sure you care much about proof.
Relationship to Knowledge and Wisdom. Understanding must be based on knowledge, and it works with knowledge, though it is itself more than mere knowledge. The extent and worth of one’s understanding is measurably affected by the quantity and quality of one’s knowledge. Knowledge is acquaintance with facts, ...
The “understanding heart is one that searches for knowledge”; it is not satisfied with a mere superficial view but seeks to get the full picture. (Pr 15:14) Knowledge must become ‘pleasant to one’s very soul’ if discernment is to safeguard one from perversion and deception.—Pr 2:10, 11; 18:15; see KNOWLEDGE.
He started posting on an alt-right forum called 'Politically Incorrect' on 4Chan. A website notorious for spreading Alt-right conspiracy theories. 4Chan sub forums were also responsible for spreading the now debunked Pizzagate conspiracy theory earlier.
The above itself should ring alarm bells.So what more about Qanon? His claims are fantastical at best.
He (or she) claims that Trump is following some Masterplan to fight the Deep State. Apparently Trump is a terrific mastermind and it's all a show.Trump was never involved with Russia, Obama and Clinton are actually being investigated by Mueller.
It goes on.
Look I don't expect you to even believe what I've posted. According to Q there's a storm coming and all these corrupted Democrats will be arrested (including the big ones) and Trump will be vindicated.
No he's not, he's keeping them running around in circles chasing their own tales 'nicely' (in the eyes of his Master, his spiritual Father)... "always learning and yet never able to come to an accurate knowledge of truth." (2 Timothy 3:7)
originally posted by: MostlyReading
a reply to: whereislogic
What a surprise, a wall of text with no proof whatsoever to back up your assinine claim about Julian Assange.
I won't make the mistake of reading any of your lenghty, boring ramblings again. Thanks for saving me some time.
originally posted by: purplemer
I use to talk part in this thread. I have bailed out because people dont like to ask difficult questions. I do find the Q stuff interesting. But I feel people should be a little wary as no one knows Qs intentions.
I have little patience* for those who can't recognize Trump for the con-artist that he is (*: in terms of arguing about it, providing people with much more information than what I've given so far to assist in figuring it out and what information it provides about those who back him or associate with him, endorse him, won't call him out on his lies and deception, his right-wing propaganda; not saying that one shouldn't watch out for left-wing propaganda either, as I hinted at before, they're way more cunning and just as hypocritical, allthough in a different sense, same support for the military industrial complex and the so-called "War on Terror" though, an intentional perpetual war with no end in sight).