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holgerdanske

Woodpecker
Catholic
It's easy to feel righteous anger in the face of such rampant degeneracy. But at this point I just feel saddened by all the millions of lost souls that surround us everywhere. These women will never ever be happy functioning members of society, let alone mothers who enjoy the love of their offspring in their late years. They will end up alone and broken, many are or will suffer from serious psychological issues.

May the Lord have mercy on their souls and lead them to the right path.
 

Sword

Sparrow
Catholic
Its bad enough when it is localized on 'porn' sites, but I mentioned elsewhere, you see pipelines on twitter/youtube that are outright softcore or full on porn. I used to watch a lot of survival/'prepper' videos, and there are a lot of opportunistic whores that post vids, but one stands out where every thumbnail is her butt hanging out, well you click on the vid and it takes you to her twitter, where I kid you not, it is outright anal sex, with her tied up like a pig - on twitter. So somehow this is allowed (and (((encouraged))) ) yet right-wing thought is banned.
 

C-Note

Hummingbird
Other Christian
Gold Member
The income is starting to decline for the cam girls, but the reason appears to be red tape involving the financial transactions. To ensure that there are no violations of human trafficking and child porn laws, the payment processors are requiring all content to be verified as legal first. I suspect that once credit card and other payment processing companies start getting into trouble for processing payments for illegal content, that they may start refusing to be involved with it.

 

Enoch

Hummingbird
Even on "gamer" site twitch, the "just chatting" section, which is generally e-girls and simps, has 5x more viewership then the most viewed game being streamed. Over 500k as of right now.
 
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Godward

Robin
Catholic
This woman is a full time Only Fans model.



The nihilism of self-destruction strikes again. Yet increasingly I believe that focussing on such mentally disturbing matters is damaging our own souls. In fact, I believe that ‘rightwing’ media outlets such as the NY Post actually add to the normalisation of such nihilistic behaviour by constantly reporting on it, even if it is from a ‘conservative’ perspective. Instead we should radically stop paying attention to these nihilist attention seekers and let the dead bury the dead.
 

Cynllo

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
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Cynllo

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
According to this there is a girl who managed to get asylum in Canada, fleeing from the patriarchy in Saudi Arabia. Canada rolled out the red carpet for her brave arrival.

She quickly got pregnant by a negro and makes a living from selling nudes.

Turns out the baby was not even the child of the negro who was raising it. Now, she doesn't want the child and told this simp to put it up for adoption.

 
According to this there is a girl who managed to get asylum in Canada, fleeing from the patriarchy in Saudi Arabia. Canada rolled out the red carpet for her brave arrival.

She quickly got pregnant by a negro and makes a living from selling nudes.

Turns out the baby was not even the child of the negro who was raising it. Now, she doesn't want the child and told this simp to put it up for adoption.

I would be utterly cynical now, were it not for the tragedy of the child involved. He is already hated by his mother, and has no real father. Maybe the man will adopt and raise him well but that is very presumptive and optimistic.
 

MartyMcFly

Ostrich
Other Christian
According to this there is a girl who managed to get asylum in Canada, fleeing from the patriarchy in Saudi Arabia. Canada rolled out the red carpet for her brave arrival.

She quickly got pregnant by a negro and makes a living from selling nudes.

Turns out the baby was not even the child of the negro who was raising it. Now, she doesn't want the child and told this simp to put it up for adoption.

The theme of bleeding hearts rolling out the red carpet for an unqualified immigrant from a barbaric nation was a theme in Arthur Hailey's book 'In High Places.'

" the second one describes a seemingly completely unrelated event on the other side of the country in Vancouver, BC, involving an illegal immigrant and his lawyer's attempts to gain him admission in the country,"

Why did the woman need asylum? If this is because she doesn't want to be Islamic, that is understandable. However, I wonder if there are any closer options that could give her asylum. Canada is a long way to go to flee religious persecution. Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey are much closer. The fools supporting her need a geography lesson if they think she is a real refugee.

 

Rob Banks

Pelican
This woman is a full time Only Fans model...
The good thing is that this might reduce her chances of marriage and she will hopefully have no children...
I know I am responding to an old post here, but in what world is it "good" and "hopeful" for any young woman -- no matter what mistakes she has made -- to not be able to marry and have children?

I mean, you can maybe say it is "just" and "deserved." Or whatever. (And even that is iffy because it is assuming her mistakes are so grave that God won't have mercy on her).

But to say it is "good" and/or "hopeful" that she will live a lonely and barren life?

I hate to straight-up call you out here, because I myself am a grave sinner who has done very bad things, so I cannot judge.

But wishing a lifetime of evil on another person (even if it was figurative, and you were only saying it to make a political point) seems like a pretty obvious thing to call out.
 
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Rob Banks

Pelican
The theme of bleeding hearts rolling out the red carpet for an unqualified immigrant from a barbaric nation was a theme in Arthur Hailey's book 'In High Places.'
Says the guy from the nation that has brought Gay Marriage (and atheism, "modern science," "democracy," and all the rest of it) to the rest of the world.

By force.

Who is really the "barbaric nation"?

I know it's fun to rag on the muzzies.

I will not say they are or are not "barbaric," since I have never been there and my only source of info about them is through books and news outlets, which is no better than having no information at all.

But I have been to America. I have experienced it and I have lived here almost my whole life.

Lol. I can definitely say, as an American, I have absolutely zero right to call other countries "barbaric." Especially countries that, for the most part, stick to their religion and traditions.

(As much as I may disagree with certain beliefs and religious practices, Islam certainly beats atheism, comsumerism, Joel Osteen "Christianity," homosexualism, money-is-everything-ism, and everything else America has to offer).
 

Cynllo

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
(As much as I may disagree with certain beliefs and religious practices, Islam certainly beats atheism, comsumerism, Joel Osteen "Christianity," homosexualism, money-is-everything-ism, and everything else America has to offer).

I'm quite getting into Christian nationalism, which is being exported to me from the American underground. Taken with a dose of honks from north of the border.
 

MartyMcFly

Ostrich
Other Christian
I know I am responding to an old post here, but in what world is it "good" and "hopeful" for any young woman -- no matter what mistakes she has made -- to not be able to marry and have children?

I mean, you can maybe say it is "just" and "deserved." Or whatever. (And even that is iffy because it is assuming her mistakes are so grave that God won't have mercy on her).

But to say it is "good" and/or "hopeful" that she will live a lonely and barren life?

I hate to straight-up call you out here, because I myself am a grave sinner who has done very bad things, so I cannot judge.

But wishing a lifetime of evil on another person (even if it was figurative, and you were only saying it to make a political point) seems like a pretty obvious thing to call out.
I am assuming she will not improve mentally. Assuming she keeps her bad values and has children, it is likely she will pass her views on to her kids and the world will have a few more bad apples to deal with later. I mentioned marriage because most people that get married young try to have kids. If she got married and was barren, that would be good.

Watch 'Idiocracy' to know what happens when most of the children come from the dregs of society. We are basically living in an Idiocracy right now.

Maybe I was too quick to assume she was sadistic based on her chosen look. She might be a friendly person with good morals. If she is sadistic, it would be better for her not to have kids until she changes.
 

MartyMcFly

Ostrich
Other Christian
Says the guy from the nation that has brought Gay Marriage (and atheism, "modern science," "democracy," and all the rest of it) to the rest of the world.

By force.

Who is really the "barbaric nation"?

I know it's fun to rag on the muzzies.

I will not say they are or are not "barbaric," since I have never been there and my only source of info about them is through books and news outlets, which is no better than having no information at all.

But I have been to America. I have experienced it and I have lived here almost my whole life.

Lol. I can definitely say, as an American, I have absolutely zero right to call other countries "barbaric." Especially countries that, for the most part, stick to their religion and traditions.

(As much as I may disagree with certain beliefs and religious practices, Islam certainly beats atheism, comsumerism, Joel Osteen "Christianity," homosexualism, money-is-everything-ism, and everything else America has to offer).
I call Saudi Arabia barbaric because they lack freedom of religion.



The woman was in great fear and fled Saudi Arabia because she desperately wanted to live in a safe nation that also happened to be wealthy as well (she proves beggars CAN be choosy as long as they pull the right heartstrings). Maybe she was threatened for not wanting to be Muslim or maybe she just wanted to be able to wear shorts in public or go shopping in a mall without a male guardian, I have no idea why she had to flee.

Saudi Arabia also is a big supporter of terrorism. Maybe the woman fled because she was ashamed of this. I guess that is why she chose the Canada instead of the USA as well (I know the USA also supports terrorism depending on the situation).


The big question is would you rather live in Saudi Arabia or Canada (assuming you would work the same job and the same housing condition)?

I didn't visit Saudi Arabia but I have been to Dubai and it is one of the most shallow cities I have been to. It was extremely materialistic. Many Islamic leaders and Islamic businessmen are also known to be very materialistic.

As far as the USA goes, how many Americans are moving to Islamic nations versus people from Islamic nations moving to the USA? To many people, the USA (and Canada) is the land of milk and honey where your dreams will come true (my guess is they were inspired after hearing Reagan's 'Shining city on a hill' speech).

The USA may lead the effort to encourage other nations to follow western values, but at the same time, the other nations have to take blame as well.
 
Freedom of religion really is a topic deserving of its own thread. If it was a Christian Kingdom with differing sects of interpretation of The Word, then I can understand that freedom allowed by the King of that nation. The freedom to be Orthodox, Catholic, Amish, Mennonite, Mormon (even though they're not really Christian per-se) but every other flavor needs to gtfo. The Saudi's leadership doesn't consist of great people (their self-proclaimed elites are just as degenerate as those in the west, sometimes worse, sometimes better) but they don't seem to have the rampant social ills that the "first world" has. Public beheadings and hangings may seem barbaric, but they at least have the decency to carry out such executions in a swift manner, unlike the hordes of demonic cartels and isis-mossad types that get their jollies off by torturing, flaying, and dismembering people to death.

Freedom of religion, as great as it sounded under the bullying of King George, 250 years later, essentially brought us onlyFans, along with every other duplicitous slow-cooking kabalistic schema to manifest in our day-to-day lives.
 
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