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originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: JackSheppard
Have you read the book of Job?
Satan walks into heaven and God asks him what have you been up to.
Explain that, or how god lets satan ruin Job's life just because.
originally posted by: XAnarchistX
Didn't Mulvaney say he thinks Trump is a terrible human being...
all those "drops" and "crumbs" and no one decoded Mulvaney becoming the "Active" Chief Of Staff...
you are all "q" amateurs, level up
Use your (UFO) imagination. Ask the American Indians about the forked tongue ones they ran from.
Also, how does satan just "stroll on up" from hell?
According to Pope Francis and the Vatican, the Catholic Church is under no obligation to divulge information about pedophile priests, claiming that details of sexual crimes committed by Catholic officials are protected under canon law as ‘Pontifical secrets‘
However, according to a report by Reuters, beginning since mid-June, there have been six raids on the offices belonging to the Catholic Church. Authorities have reportedly seized documents, files, computers, laptops and tablets belonging to Church officials and the Vatican.
The raids are a part of ongoing investigations into allegations of rampant child sexual abuse committed by Catholic priests all over the world. The raids have been staged as surprise sweeps, and are being regarded as the most aggressive ever undertaken by a judicial authority against the Roman Catholic Church.
Reuters reports: Two special envoys sent by Pope Francis to investigate a child sex abuse scandal in Chile were meeting priests and Church workers at a university in the Chilean capital last month when aides rushed into the room with an alarming development: police and prosecutors were about to start raiding Church offices.
The surprise sweeps, ordered by Emiliano Arias, a provincial prosecutor, marked the start of what experts who track sex crimes in the Roman Catholic Church say is one of the most aggressive investigations ever undertaken by a judicial authority anywhere in the world.
Arias told Reuters in an exclusive interview that documents seized by his team contained 30 cases of alleged abuse dating back to 2007 that the Church had not reported to the police. While Reuters was allowed to film his investigators poring through seized documents, he declined to give details from the files because he said they named victims of abuse.
He also alleged that some local Church officials had tried to destroy documents but that his team – made up of two prosecutors, three lawyers and a unit of specialist sex crime police – had salvaged them. He declined to say who had tried to destroy them or how they had tried to get rid of them.
Pope Francis is under fire for protecting pedophile priests, often “punishing” them with a “prayers-not-prison” scheme that has enraged victims who are calling for the church to allow the priests to serve jail time for their crimes against children.
Arias says he wants to arrest both those who perpetrated the abuse and those who he says helped to cover it up. He arrested Oscar Munoz, a top aide to Santiago’s archbishop, Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati, after seizing church documents in which Munoz confessed to sex crimes. Munoz’s lawyer has acknowledged that some of the accusations in the documents are true but says he will challenge some others.
“We are not talking about a fraud, or a theft, we are talking about crimes against children,” Arias said in an interview in his office in Rancagua, explaining his decision not to submit the request to the Vatican and instead get a judge to approve the raids.
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: crankyoldman
Like to try this device on the soulless psychopaths starting with the inventor.
Luciferians be damned
One example of a test to determine whether a person is a Luciferian comprises a video clip of an ice skater performing in a competition. Everything goes flawlessly until, at the very end, a mistake is made during a jump and the skater falls to the ice—all hope of winning the event is gone. A Luciferian will experience pleasure and satisfaction from this. Accordingly, the Luciferian's neurophysiological processes 12will register pleasure over the skater's misfortune which may be identified and quantified using the medical instrumentation 20. On the other hand, a non-Luciferian will feel sympathetic and empathize with the unfortunate skater. Unlike the Luciferian, a non-Luciferian's neurophysiological processes 12will not register as pleasure for this stimulus.
Another example of a test to determine whether a person is a Luciferian that may be given is to have the subject view a film of human torture. Instrumentation 20 will reveal that a Luciferian subject viewing a torture movie is experiencing a pleasure response. Further, external stimuli (i.e. not included in the torture movie) such as a door slamming will not elicit much response, if any, from a Luciferian subject. A Luciferian may be enjoying the scene too much to divert attention to other things. This may also be due to a low startle response typical of sociopaths. In contrast, when a non-Luciferian views a torture movie, pleasure centers in the brain are not responsive and may even diminish from a previous level. A non-Luciferian will exhibit a greater response to external stimuli such as a door slamming. This may be due to a desire to direct attention elsewhere rather than on the uncomfortable scene in the movie. The preceding examples are merely illustrative and any other criteria for defining the scope of a Luciferian.
A test to determine whether a person is a Luciferian may comprise elements designed to identify a person's true physiological response to stimuli. A Luciferian may fear discovery and may attempt to outwit a test that would reveal his true character. A Luciferian may try to control his responses, possibly by disinterest or unresponsiveness to certain types of stimuli or possibly by mimicking responses he feels would be appropriate from “normal” people. Accordingly, a test may have obvious stimulus S test elements (e.g. questionnaire, movie clips, pictures, etc.), but a test may also incorporate stimulus S test elements which are unobvious. A test may contain stimuli that a subject does not realize are part of the test. There may be unobvious test stimuli that are being administered before, during, or after, the obvious test elements. Unobvious test stimuli may be of any type including visual 14, audio 16, tactile 18, multimedia 19, and combination 21. For example, unobvious test stimuli may be subliminal audio or video signals, a slamming door, a person tripping on a sidewalk while visible to a subject through an outside window, or any other stimuli that may be administered to a subject without the subject's recognition that the stimuli is part of a test.