User Profile: Dr Vel

Dr Vel

Member Since: June 01, 2011

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  • [2] May 20, 2015 at 2:19pm

    By what authority does this man call himself a Christian Theologian?

    ‘Theologian Krish Kandiah, president of the London School of Theology’? The president of this school? Is this a joke? Graduating from this school makes one as qualified to teach the Word as a monkey is qualified to fly the Space Shuttle. Oh wait. We no longer have a shuttle. Score another one for the dems.

  • [3] May 11, 2015 at 6:34am

    Grover_Standpipe you have proven liberalism is a mental disorder by your complete failure of logic and reason. By saying you don’t respect my mom you by implication disrespect her. Exactly how is it “poor white folks living in trailer parks down South make themselves ridiculous? Provide examples. Because they were born in poverty and public schools failed them (as they fail all races) so that they can only work in low paying jobs? You say they have less excuse for failing to make anything of themselves because they are white? So you are saying other races cannot lift themselves up by being self motivated to study and work? No one has any excuse outside of physical or mental disability. One can study on their own and self improve, race has nothing to do with it, only desire, will. Home Schoolers deserve no respect, because if you home school your kids they will never be smarter than you? How about their teachers in school? By your twisted logic no difference. How do you know how smart the parent (or teacher) is? So you say one cannot surpass their instructor? I did with all of them and it was easy to do. Anyone can but they must wish to. Your reasoning is so flawed it defies description on every possible level. People stay ignorant and feed off the workers only because they choose to, race has zero to do with it. The evil insanity that is liberalism prevents understanding of truth. The God you mock will one day teach you this to your disgrace.

  • [10] May 10, 2015 at 2:43pm

    Grover_Standpipe “By not drawing the prophet we have shown regard for the feelings of the millions of Muslims who would be offended, but would not react violently or attack our right to do so.”

    Yet not once in my over 60 years have I ever seen you liberals with your twisted hypocrisy show this same respect to anyone who is a Christian. Nor for poor white folks living in trailer parks down South (or anywhere else). Nor for Home Schoolers. Nor for patriots, or in general anyone who believes in this great nation as founded (including the founders). Nor for anyone who has a love of America, its culture and traditions. Nor for the flag, which includes the locations it was allowed for over 200 years without complaints (or even mere thoughts of complaining). Nor for Mom, Apple pie, in general anything which once made this country great.

    No, not once. Not a single time. Nada. Nothing.

    Get the picture?

  • [5] May 8, 2015 at 4:17am

    “Offutt said that instance just goes to show it’s not all about race and religion.”

    “‘We are all Americans, no matter what race, no matter what religion”

    I think it would be wise to never forget this only applies to Americans who merely want peace in their society. For the terrorists here and around the globe IT IS all about race and religion. What did 2997 men women and children do to to offend their ‘prophet’ as they were flown into buildings while being told they would soon be landing safely. What did David and Lynn Angell do that warranted being flown into the first tower?

    “I do not agree with how this group was using that amendment, knowing they would be offending people’s religion,” Offutt said”

    How many complained when taxpayer money was used to create an abomination called ‘art’ to offend Christianity? The New York times wrote more than one glowing report about this atrocity commending the beauty of free speech and the wonder of these works of ‘art’. As did the liberal godless crowd. From the other side of their mouths they condemn the group involved in this incident and attack their free speech. Ask the families being raped and butchered daily for their love of Christ while the worlds leaders remain silent if this group’s cartoon contest offended them. All they wanted was a fair chance to live in peace and raise their children. They have done nothing to offend anyone. This Texas event spoke for them while others remained silent.

  • [5] May 5, 2015 at 11:53pm

    dissentnow “Now tell me again how a magic sky fairy took a rib out of a man and turned it into a woman!”

    Fortunately the words given to man to write down were from someone far more intelligent. The word rib in English was translated from an ancient Hebrew word meaning curve. If you could read the ancient texts. If you study the genetic code you will see a ‘curve’ of molecules removed from the male genome results in the female genome. Not surprising since the author of the genetic code understood the subject completely. Therefore when He said ‘took the curve from man’ He was talking on a scientific level man could not comprehend for thousands of years.

    Go on, say more to prove to us how intelligent you are. By the way, Eve did not eat an apple in the garden either.

  • [7] May 4, 2015 at 6:25am

    Maybe you should trade in that red Harley for a pink Moped with all those wussified comments. They were armed and had incendiaries in the vehicle. These have been preparing for an event. Would you rather they attack us in the dark in an area unprepared? That they did this at all especially with the WMD prep and had the will proves sooner or later somewhere they would strike and many thousands like them are here already thanks to open borders and sickening liberal policies. So take the lesson from this. Better prepare for such attacks and hold even more of these events which so infuriate them they go off and get taken out. While we enjoy our free speech we reduce their numbers. Hold these events in states allowing open carry and promote the attendees being armed to the freaking teeth. Sooner than we prefer they will be activating the cells already here anyway so why not play it smart and use their stupid rage over a pathetic icon drawing them out on our terms. Have you never studied Sun Tzu? Personally I find your remarks we should watch our speech and be unoffensive and safe both nauseating and un-American. Home of the brave? Not if you have your way it appears.

  • [1] May 4, 2015 at 2:49am

    Nothing but lovers of violence who wish to loot since their welfare doesn’t pay enough for new toys. The media are complicit as seen by their stirring the pot propaganda. For example Fox News showing pictures of riots not even in America to exaggerate events here.

    If it were about the reasons they are complaining then they need to explain the facts in the following article.

    http://www.infowars.com/black-crime-facts-that-the-white-liberal-media-darent-talk-about/

  • [29] April 30, 2015 at 11:47am

    Here is a thought, go after the ‘GoFUChristians’ company for religious discrimination. It was once the ‘law’ slavery was legal, brought to us by the Supreme court. To take down their pages because they violated ‘law’ while standing up for their religious beliefs IS religious discrimination. In fact this ‘standing’ is the most core of American values, the single most fundamental factor resulting in the formation of the union called America.

    Also where are the Christians who can afford to build multimillion dollar monuments of stained glass to mammon in the name of their religion but have nothing with which to save these families from financial ruin?

    At what point in time will Americans stand up for the fundamental founding principles of America?

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  • [53] April 29, 2015 at 6:53pm

    I’ll wager 400 quatloos she has lived on welfare paid for by working white people her entire life.

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  • [2] April 29, 2015 at 6:48pm

    Dear Principal, not ‘Principle’.

    See what public schools have done to our use of the English language? I wish my parents had home schooled me but hey they both worked full time jobs all their lives to support the welfare state.

  • [20] April 29, 2015 at 6:44pm

    Dear Principle, when teachers took their students to protest Governor Walker, were these considered ‘unexcused absences’ and were the teachers involved threatened with the law? Inquiring patriots need to know. I would think you should be more concerned with the large number of schools graduating students when barely 17 percent of them can read their diplomas. We understand how important it is that you receive the government money for each attendee and how terrible you feel for each missed day of liberal brainwashing of this mans children while, failing to teach any of them a single thing which will help them or society as a whole in their future years. So sorry. NOT.

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  • [51] April 26, 2015 at 9:22pm

    Are they going to pay every cent of damage to innocent parties property out of their own personal funds, not asking taxpayers to for this allowed criminal destruction? Are they going to miraculously undo every bit of physical bodily harm and loss to innocent citizens? By what authority do they allow one class to violate their own and those of other classes? Sounds similar to a movie with an identical storyline. IIRC that was a once a year criminal melee whereas between Baltimore and Ferguson it seems this is becoming an everyday event. No one regardless of office has the right or authority to condone such behavior.

    Equal justice under the law, to protect and serve, this is a nation of laws not men? What happened to America?

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  • [1] April 23, 2015 at 2:14pm

    El_Marque “Why does everyone have to fall back on personal insults online?”

    You made a statement which in effect defends the spying on innocent private citizens, expect ‘no more Mr Nice-guy’ treatment in return. People tend to defend their rights, their freedoms. Said defense includes attacking all who stand against those rights. Get used to it or remain silent. Stop whining. You dish it out, then take it.

    “Everything there describes a tangible thing”, “a true patriot (conservative?) would never advocate an activist court legislating from the bench in such a way, right?”

    Your reply is non sequitur. While ones ‘person’ is a tangible thing, you cannot conclude the ‘Bill of Rights’ only covers property. Define ‘rights’ in only tangible form if you can. If we enter the world naked (no property) and rights are inherited by virtue of existence (we are born with them), you cannot therefore conclude only property rights was the meaning in this Bill. Freedom is a ‘right’. Privacy by implication is a ‘right’. Can you smell it, touch it, see it, taste it? No? Then one must conclude the Bill of Rights was intended to cover more than mere property. I could expand this but space is limited and I imagine my point is made to the wise among us.

  • [4] April 23, 2015 at 4:01am

    El_Marque “what part of the constitution says that your phone call history can’t be collected?”

    Such ignorance brings us voters keeping the wrong people in power far too long. The right to privacy is ingrained in the Bill of Rights. The 4th Amendment is a good starting point: The right of the people to be secure in their persons… They could not know what future inventions would exist but they understood well the tendency of men to seek power and control which results in tyranny. Above all the right to privacy deters this. If they do not know your daily activities they cannot use this information gathering to build a cage around your existence. The founders were well aware of how the British used lists of friends and other information to undermine the freedom and even the safety of their subjects. Privacy is both the beginning and foundation of freedom for without it tyranny is close behind. This has been borne out so many times in history only the most ignorant of fools would refute the fact. Or the enemies of freedom which by the very nature of your question implies being a patriot is as far from your thinking as an ant is from the Andromeda galaxy. Using lists of your friends, purchases, travels (think plate readers, cameras, so on), political views, medical history, finances, writings online, and all else with computers running algorithms they build a prison of this nation. Or Prison Planet. Think about it, that is, if you are able to.

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  • [6] April 19, 2015 at 4:40am

    fortherecord “I think they were not as good as they could have been. So now Vulcan is a dead destroyed planet, and Star Fleet is in a shambles after Khan killed so many of the Brass and the damaged Enterprise wiped out half of Frisco.”

    You lack the years and wide perspective required to make this judgement. I remember the anticipation waiting for this new show being advertised to first air. All day long in school impatient to get home and fire up the TV. It was new and mysterious. Kirk played wild and loose like someone from the old west meeting space for the first time. If you had lived those years and could remember what you normally had on TV daily, you would know how great this new show was. Then came the 80′s and TNG, and mindless liberal PC tripe with it’s Metropolis like regimentation of Star Fleet and everyone in it. Made me ill to see what they did to the story that fired the imagination of my generation. Voyager gave some reprieve but it was the two new movies that gave me back what I had loved and lost so long ago. Vulcan was a small price to pay to bring back the newness and wonder, the wild cavalier freedom, the spark of scientific imagination a young child found in the fall of 1966. To those who worked to restore this magic, thank you.

  • [8] April 15, 2015 at 11:16pm

    TrickyDick “Ain’t that the lesbian mayor?”

    Might there be another agenda? If the comment by TrickyDick is true, and we add to it her quote in the article (below):

    “She’s arguing that she has a right to serve the homeless under the 1999 Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act because, to her, it’s a religious matter”.

    Considering the multiple examples of gays searching out the Christian business and setting them up for attack, can it be this is yet another example? Only in this case using the instrumentality of government to further the gay agenda of attacking the Christian faith? Consider the obscure angle cited by the police. Clearly someone (or many) are searching long and hard to find any possible way no matter how obscure or minor to attack the work of this woman. Do they go after the markets or even the fast food businesses who may have food trucked in, using a variety of vehicles? How clean was that 18 wheeler trailer and what was the last load before the food, was it sterilized in between loads? Was it certified by the entities going after this woman?

    They cannot be basing this upon her causing the homeless to congregate near businesses downtown quite simply because in ten years they said nothing to her, nor was any warning given to her before this citation as far as I can see.

  • [46] April 14, 2015 at 2:04pm

    I can see from many comments few people are left in America not living with their thoughts in a never ending state of degradation. It would not occur at first thought she was merely sleeping or resting by laying across the seat with her head resting on his right thigh? Certainly not to these cops and not to many posters here. An action normal in American life. Yet these cops use it as a made up excuse for pulling him over? How does this make her feel, how does it make her dad feel reading the story? No decency left in any of you? The other excuse was flipping them off. We are told this is a free country and I for one would feel the same way about cops sharing the road in such a vehicle on public roads. The cops pulled him over out of anger and I for one am sick of then hearing their false excuses as to why. Improper hand signals? Give me a freaking break. This merely further enforces the feeling we are in a police state and these cops have zero honesty, zero decency to so intimidate free citizens and begin with such degrading accusations concerning the woman. In effect their first thought was in the gutter as is typical with cops. Statistics prove this true just study the cases nationwide. Citizens are overwhelmingly treated in such a way every day. You do not pull over a citizen out of anger at their free speech especially in an armored vehicle and you do not begin with unfounded degrading accusations to our women.

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  • [85] April 8, 2015 at 5:38pm

    Ps 5:8 Lead me, O LORD, in thy righteousness because of mine enemies; make thy way straight before my face.

    Ps 5:9 For there is no faithfulness in their mouth; their inward part is very wickedness; their throat is an open sepulchre; they flatter with their tongue.

    Rom 3:12-19

    12 They are all gone out of the way, they are together become unprofitable; there is none that doeth good, no, not one.

    13 Their throat is an open sepulchre; with their tongues they have used deceit; the poison of asps is under their lips:

    14 Whose mouth is full of cursing and bitterness:

    15 Their feet are swift to shed blood:

    16 Destruction and misery are in their ways:

    17 And the way of peace have they not known:

    18 There is no fear of God before their eyes.

    19 Now we know that what things soever the law saith, it saith to them who are under the law: that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God.

    KJV

  • [21] April 6, 2015 at 10:29pm

    “Essentially, there is clear evidence that he was ‘going over to the other side’ and he had a deliberate plan”

    He knew others would risk their lives looking for him, yet he did not leave a note. If he had, would anyone have gone into danger looking for one they thought was now the enemy and not one of their own? In light of the quote above is this not to be seen as the actions of an enemy combatant fully responsible for everyone who died as a result? Also why is it the number of souls who gave all they had trying to save one they thought was their own not mentioned every time this story is published?

  • [5] April 6, 2015 at 6:46pm

    runwithscissors, I agree. I studied the secret weapons program in Germany during WWII and on many projects they were working on advances which would have devastated Allied forces. In virtually every case wrenches were thrown into the works which either slowed down or blocked the ideas from use on the battlefield. Hitlers fanatical insanity ruining tactical advantages has to be the single most important reason these ‘wrenches’ were thrown. On project after project it was Hitlers bad decisions from a military perspective which saved us. Divine intervention? Possibly. A fanatical lunatic snatching defeat from the jaws of victory? I have no doubt. In fact from the study of WWII in school I had no clue how close they were to total military superiority. Studying their secret weapons programs was a shocking revelation for me. If a German version of Patton had been in charge during those years I am convinced history would have been radically altered bringing our doom. 911 was merely a continuation of one of those plans carried out decades later by the very same forces allied with Hitler during the war. Knowing what I now do I have to say I do not think I have ever agreed more with a comment on this site than yours: “Hitler was head of a party, if he never existed, maybe a better tactician could have won the war for Germany”.

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