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Offline francis drake

Re: The Life of Brian
« Reply #16 on: August 29, 2018, 02:20:08 PM »

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Hi @francis drake ,

I?m on your list anyway so ......
Never fear Tara, as of this morning there's 9,342,196 people on my list in front of you.
So by the time I get around to your name, I'll be way too tired. :-X
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Those who come here should have no right to demand we change our laws to suit their religion.
I agree with this, but it?s too late for that now, most of the troublesome muslim propaganda comes not from the new migrants, but from 2nd/3rd generation offspring of migrants.  Homegrown!  We now have to strip every religion of influence on education etc like we said before.
"..strip every religion...???."
For all intents and purposes, Christianity has already been stripped out. But it hasn't been left blank, instead it has been replaced by all sorts of pseudo atheism and paganism/earth worship religion in the guise of science.
Certainly 2nd and 3rd generation Muslims have been the source of many attacks. However, I don't have actual figures, but it seems that many of the recent attacks in Europe as a whole, come from this new wave of migration.
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To grant that religion equal status with Christianity is evil.
That religion is no longer a tiny minority, and if it keeps growing at the current rate, then it will be a majority.  I don?t see how it?s evil, but it is frightening.  Like modern day crusades.  However, targeting one group, doesn?t solve the problem it makes it worse, as you yourself have pointed out, with the undermining of Christianity.
The Koran makes Jihad a duty of all Muslims. Despite the disinformation spread by the government that Islam is a religion of peace, both history and the Koran itself makes it a religion of bloodshed, conquest, and subjugation.
Islam is not just a religion, but a totalitarian political system.
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Name any Muslim nation that permits equal status to Christians or Jews. We grant Saudi Arabia freedom to fund countless mosque building in the UK, all to preach anti British, anti Christian/Jew propaganda, but christianity and churches are completely outlawed over there.

I don?t think there are any, though despite our troubles, i?m actually quite proud that we refuse to do anything even remotely similar to those countries.
In which case Islam should be outlawed here.
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What frightens me most is Brexit, we have closed 27? doors that these homegrown terrorists, may have used to leave the uk, we are now isolated and stuck with them.  Meanwhile migrants from non EU countries like the ones mentioned earlier are still able to pop over and cause havoc.  So what was the point of Brexit.
Haha, its those 27 doors that are directly responsible for that current Islamic flood! Without the EU, we would be able to manage our own borders without diktat from Brussels.
Disturb us Lord, when we are too pleased with ourselves. When our dreams have come true because we dreamed too little. When we arrived safely because we sailed too close to the shore. Disturb us Lord, to dare more boldly. To venture on wider seas. Where storms will show your mastery; Where, losing sight of land, we shall find the stars. We ask you to push back the horizons of our hopes; And to push into the future, in strength, courage, hope and love.                     (SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 1577)

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Offline TaraH

Re: The Life of Brian
« Reply #17 on: August 29, 2018, 03:36:34 PM »
Hi @francis drake

I may well have this wrong, but you make it sound like the only gripe you have is that it?s not Christianity that?s receiving all the benefits that Islam is receiving.  Despite criticising the likes of Saudi for outlawing anything but Islam, you would be more than happy to follow suit in Britain?  The EU migration problems could have been fixed within the EU, but the British Government were clueless.  That?s not the fault of Brussels.  As for clubbing science in with crazy half baked pseudo religion, that?s a bit unfair, and completely misguided.  All Abrahamic religions  could be described as totalitarian, so none, should have a monopoly anywhere.

Will we ever learn, the battles we face today are the same battles depicted in the bible, it?s only the geography, weapons and names that have changed.

Tara


Offline francis drake

Re: The Life of Brian
« Reply #18 on: August 30, 2018, 02:26:02 PM »
Hi @francis drake

I may well have this wrong, but you make it sound like the only gripe you have is that it?s not Christianity that?s receiving all the benefits that Islam is receiving. 
Not so Tara.
Christianity should be able to stand on its own without state aid. Currently the state is doing its best to destroy Christianity in public and private life whilst promoting any and everything else.
I'm
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Despite criticising the likes of Saudi for outlawing anything but Islam, you would be more than happy to follow suit in Britain? 
I would love for Islam to be outlawed. If you read the Koran you would understand. The average muslim may well be a decent enough and law abiding person, but that's because he doesn't know the Koran. (Just like the majority of those claiming to be Christian are clueless about the bible.)
The driving force behind Jihad has always been the Koran.
That's how Muslims are "radicalised", by teaching them what their religion commands.
That's how ordinary Muslims get caught up in terrorism.
That's how ordinary Muslims jailed for minor crimes end up radicalised in prison. The prison service imam starts teaching them the true meaning of Islam and gives direction and purpose to their violence.
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The EU migration problems could have been fixed within the EU, but the British Government were clueless.
You are absolutely wrong Tara. The UK has never had serious influence in Brussels. History shows that we never succeed in any of our attempts at making them change. Witness Cameron's tour of EU leaders before the referendum, foolishly promising to bring back acceptable changes. As usual it was a total failure, that Leviathan will never change direction of ever closer union (ie. more centralisation).
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That?s not the fault of Brussels. 
It most certainly is the fault of Brussels, but of course with successive UK gov'ts complete agreement. Immigration is not a random policy, its a determined Orwellian attempt to destroy and change all societies into a multicultural mess in order to facilitate globalisation and antidemocratic world government.
Brussels are servants of the NWO Bilderberg Group. If you don't know who they are, you won't understand what's been happening.
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As for clubbing science in with crazy half baked pseudo religion, that?s a bit unfair, and completely misguided.  All Abrahamic religions  could be described as totalitarian, so none, should have a monopoly anywhere.
Its also misguided to call the Abrahamic faiths totalitarian.
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Will we ever learn, the battles we face today are the same battles depicted in the bible, it?s only the geography, weapons and names that have changed.
Agreed.
Disturb us Lord, when we are too pleased with ourselves. When our dreams have come true because we dreamed too little. When we arrived safely because we sailed too close to the shore. Disturb us Lord, to dare more boldly. To venture on wider seas. Where storms will show your mastery; Where, losing sight of land, we shall find the stars. We ask you to push back the horizons of our hopes; And to push into the future, in strength, courage, hope and love.                     (SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 1577)

Offline TaraH

Re: The Life of Brian
« Reply #19 on: September 03, 2018, 12:30:16 PM »
Hi @francis drake ,

You?ll be donning an anonymous mask next lol.   Conspiracy theories abound.   No sorry, i disagree with most of what you said, tit for tat is never gonna solve anything.  I do agree with some of your comments regarding Islam, and the koran, i do however think radicalisation starts at home, indoctrination of children, and they have many, a bit like a ?grow your own Jihadi?.  A good Muslim has no tolerance for any, other than fellow Muslims.  I don?t think there?s any great conspiracy against Christianity per se, just too much protection for Islam, against criticism etc.  In saying that, dare to mock Christianity for instance in a satirical movie, and lordy, lordy me the indignation and criticism of said movie is quite vocal, and that?s by people who have not even seen it, so it seems to me the ?religious ?, regardless of their denomination are fine with criticism as long as it?s not aimed at them.  I get really annoyed by the amount of tax payers money that gets pumped into ?places of worship?, that benefits the 11% of my local population, between gift aid and rates exemptions, i?m sure the NHS would love that money and it would benefit most of the community.  You?re right churches should stand on their own feet, regardless of denomination. 

How did we get to this from a funny film lol?




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