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War with Russia on the Verge of Breaking Out
#21
Trump has been accused of just about everything under the sun-- but not for being religious. If Trump is religious, then he has a funny way of showing it, that's all I can say.

JL
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#22
James Lateer Wrote:Trump has been accused of just about everything under the sun-- but not for being religious. If Trump is religious, then he has a funny way of showing it, that's all I can say.

JL

You are aware that the backbone of Trump's support is white evangelicals, no?
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#23
To Whom It May Concern:

A quote from the link below:

The current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders states that a person cannot be diagnosed as being delusional if the belief in question is one "ordinarily accepted by other members of the person's culture or subculture" (see entry for delusion). It is not clear at what point a belief considered to be delusional escapes from the ... diagnostic category and becomes legitimate because of the number of people holding it. When a large number of people may come to believe obviously false and potentially distressing things based purely on hearsay, these beliefs are not considered to be clinical delusions by the psychiatric profession and are labelled instead as mass hysteria.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folie_%C3%A0_deux

James Lateer
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#24
I am not sure where this post belongs, but it fits in with this narrative I suppose. I heard on Gary Null's podcast last night William Binney's claim that the Russian hack "can be demonstrably proven to have come from both a couple of different time stamped separate downloads and proof that the speed of the downloads had to have come from from a thumb drive and could not have come from overseas." . I believe this is some new information, but one of my problems in being so disconnected from the mainstream is that is often difficult for me to figure out what is new and what is not. The interviewer seems to be from a right wing site , but lets face it a lot newsworthy stuff comes from the right these days


https://operationdisclosure.blogspot.com...r-nsa.html


P.S James I just to look at your last post and really appreciated that point. Too bad so many of us that are questioning certain aspects of the anti Trump movement will always be seen as pro Trump. I have never enjoyed his style or his ideology, but I am not going to let that dissuade from inconvenient truths.
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#25
Matt Grantham Wrote:I am not sure where this post belongs, but it fits in with this narrative I suppose. I heard on Gary Null's podcast last night William Binney's claim that the Russian hack "can be demonstrably proven to have come from both a couple of different time stamped separate downloads and proof that the speed of the downloads had to have come from from a thumb drive and could not have come from overseas." . I believe this is some new information, but one of my problems in being so disconnected from the mainstream is that is often difficult for me to figure out what is new and what is not. The interviewer seems to be from a right wing site , but lets face it a lot newsworthy stuff comes from the right these days


https://operationdisclosure.blogspot.com...r-nsa.html

This was out YouTube videos by Jason Goodman and George Webb months ago. Since then, crickets.
"We'll know our disinformation campaign is complete when everything the American public believes is false." --William J. Casey, D.C.I

"We will lead every revolution against us." --Theodore Herzl
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#26
[QUOTE=Lauren Johnson;124098

This was out YouTube videos by Jason Goodman and George Webb months ago. Since then, crickets.[/QUOTE]

Thanks Lauren. If there was an actual showdown of factions, one would think Trump, or his associates might mention it.
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