shiloh357

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  1. And that eliminates a hate crime like burning down an African American church just because the people that attend there are African Americans. Hate crimes are not terrorism.
  2. It has to be connected to advancing a political or social agenda. You don't get to customize the definition to make it fit what you want it to fit.
  3. In the Bible, tattoos were really something only the pagans did and usually it was the pagan priests who tattooed the images of their gods on their bodies. The Jews did not practice that. Jesus would have violated the law had he got a tattoo and in violating the law of God, he would have been disqualified to be our Savior.
  4. You know, if you cast the evil spirits out of blue cheese, it turns back into a piece of mozzarella.
  5. On its face, no. It's a hate crime. If a ISIS or a recognize Islamic terrorist group takes responsibility for it and says that there is more to follow unless the government complies with its demands, that changes it to an act of terrorism.
  6. I wasn't citing the extreme few. That was the prevailing arguments and warnings made by the mainstream Global Warming movement. They had to change the name to "Climate Change" because "Global Warming" could not be proven and was pretty much dead. But "Climate Change" is like saying, "the grass is green." Of course the climate changes. It always changes. It's just one big myth and really just needs to go away.
  7. And that is precisely why the church burning was not an act of terrorism. That was a hate crime, not an act of terrorism. There were no political or social objectives tied to it and there was nothing about it aimed at coercing the government to do something. It was an act of hate, not terrorism.
  8. Global warming is a myth. We were promised in 2oo1 that in ten years the US would be underwater and the polar bears would be extinct and half of the world would be on fire and it's 16 years later and the polar bears have increased in numbers and the ice cap is bigger than it was in 2001. So really, the environmental nonsense about Global Warming is really just a dud. The earth was cooling just 40 years ago. The earth cools and warms in cycles in order to regulate its internal temperature.
  9. They are not terrorists, at least not how the government defines them.
  10. they can disagree with me, but blowing up a church because of the race of the church goers isn't terrorism according to above definitions which include attempting to coerce the government to relent to their political and social goals. It is a hate crime not an act of terrorism. We can't just label every crime "terrorism" otherwise we remove any meaning from the word.
  11. The earth was doing just fine before Obama and his ridiculous regulations. The earth will survive without them.
  12. Does expecting boys to use boys' bathrooms and girls to use girls' bathrooms also fit into that?
  13. Terrorism has an actual definition. Title 22 of the U.S. Code, Section 2656f(d) defines terrorism as “premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against noncombatant targets by subnational groups or clandestine agents, usually intended to influence an audience.” [1] The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) defines terrorism as “the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives.” Both definitions of terrorism share a common theme: the use of force intended to influence or instigate a course of action that furthers a political or social goal. https://www.nij.gov/topics/crime/terrorism/Pages/welcome.aspx White Supremacy groups other groups of similar ilk are centered on hate and violence, but do not really fit the description above, at least not in the US.
  14. I think we need to have a prayer service for you in chat.