How Donald Trump is Stealing the 2020 Presidential Elections

Submitted by Pachamama

We write as the New York Times has finally found damning evidence that Donald Trump is not the billionaire, successful businessman, he has always presented himself to be – some of us were long aware of this. He may be nearer to being a tax cheat. On the other side of the electoral ledger, Trump has fortuitously found Amy Barrett to buttress his position when (not if) the elections are thrown into the Supreme Court.

Currently, a range of polls have Joe Biden leading almost everywhere. Nationally, he leads Trump by between eight (8) and ten (10) points. In the six (6) to eight (8) battleground states, Biden has leads greater than the margins of error in about five (5) to six (6) of them. Trump leads in one (1) or two (2) and there are a few where there are statistical ties. There is some significant enlargement of the electoral map (battleground states) as states like Texas and Georgia beckon as if ‘fool’s gold’ for Democrats. These are where every election is won or lost.

Presidential elections in America, in recent times – yes, but throughout their history, have been bedevilled by all manner of fraud – on all sides, at different times, but particularly by Republicans, currently, so as to compensate for being the less populace of the two major parties, which it has become. Exit polling, the gold standard for elections, as the highly reliable measure for predicting outcomes and detecting fraud have often failed to avoid the opposite results within the American context. Unlike pre-election polling, no guesswork is required for exit polling which is globally deployed.

In the 2000 presidential elections George Bush, number two (2), was able to defeat Al Gore when the Supreme Court, which Trump has now stacked with loyalists, intervened and threw the elections to Bush. Of course, the Florida Republican Secretary of State, Katherine Harris, had already prepared the ground by removing tens of thousands of Afrikan-American voters from the rolls in strategic areas – they could not vote. If you were Black, with a criminal record, and your name was Brown all the Browns in your immediate areas were therewith removed from the voter rolls. This remains a central Republican voter suppression tactic.

This preparation of the battleground, as if for war, has been, all this time, going on behind the scenes by well-paid soldiers who know that their boss, Trump, never wants to be seen as a ‘loser’. Trump as the out-and-out fraudster and well aware of all the historic electoral shenanigans will be hard to be persuaded by what he sees as meaningless traditions. It should not be doubted that new systems of election rigging are being hatched as an ongoing project.

Trump should be believed when he contends that the only way he could lose is if the elections were unfair. We must see his attempts to manipulate the postal system; his inordinate control over Republican governors, like Ron DeSantis in Florida, a battleground state; and in the absence of a possible clear defeat, the reliability of a Supreme Court to appoint him, an easy ask. We concede though, that the court may not be as dependable as he would like it to be.

The 2004 elections were stolen based on electronic manipulation by George Bush or people acting on his behalf – essentially Karl Rove, who Bush called the ‘architect’. Rove and his fellow architects, again in Florida, were able to program voter machines so that votes for John Kerry were recognized, by the machines, as votes for Bush.

In Ohio, Ken Blackwell, a Black republican and former mayor of Cincinnati, oversaw the same kinds of built-in irregularities in certain counties as he certified numbers of electors inconsistent with actual registered voters. Bush’s approval ratings days before the election was 48%, with political momentum going against him. Normally when an incumbent president is below 50% he/she tends to lose. But Bush ‘won’ 51-48% in Ohio as the voting machines supplied by republican outfits included Diebold Election Systems, Inc. (DESI), Election Systems & Software (ESS) and Sequoia Voting Systems did the job intended. These are the companies which conspired with Karl Rove to steal two elections in a row and were the suppliers of 80% of all voting machines within the USA.

Notwithstanding the underlying election fraud by Bush, CNN had called the 2004 election for Kerry. But soon after and based on one of sixteen statistical impossibilities, a few thousand additional votes produced a five (5) point swing for Bush. This was also inconsistent with the exit polling results in the decisive states of Florida and Ohio. CNN then reversed itself and began calling the elections for Bush instead of Kerry. This action wiped out Kerry’s three (3) percentage points lead which he had gained up to 01:36 am and had Bush now leading by 2 percentage points in Florida. Only in America!

Pennsylvania also played a similar role in these fraudulent 2004 elections.

Enter Mitt Romney, and the 2012 elections, with Barack Obama seeking a second term. Romney comes along with the serial election fraudster Karl Rove. Maybe it was John McCain, given the man which he was said to be, who declined to participate in an election fraud against Obama in 2008. Donald Trump could never be depended upon to behave in such ways. History may indeed show that McCain created a break in the historic fraudulence of Karl Rove during the 2008 presidential elections – Obama v McCain.

Readers may recall Karl Rove, appearing on Fox News as commentator, in the 2012 elections, delaying a concession long after all indications were that Obama was being projected to be the winner of Ohio and thus would have garnered the 270 electoral votes to be the next president. Rove knew something only few others would have known.

It was Willian Skinner who alerted us about a report in the press concerning a motley group of hackers who were claiming to have discovered the planned electronic theft of Karl Rove and his associates and succeeded in blocking them, putting Rove’s agents into an electronic trap. As a result we are left to presume that Rove’s actions coupled with Romney’s long delayed concession was their way of giving the hidden and fraudulent hands more time to manifest this massive election fraud once more.

As we approach the first question and answer session on Tuesday (these could hardly pass for debates) Trump will see them as an opportunity to destroy Biden using his belligerent, uncouth, style. Biden’s handlers will be happy if they can get him out of there with at least a credible draw. There will be hardly any machinations, hopes, about winning given the damaged goods with which they have been handed. However, for Trump, less so than for Biden, the real game is taking place elsewhere and conducted by the forces of darkness from whence the whole panoply of American electoral fraud will be in a heightened state of readiness.

We have estimated that even if Joe Biden were to win the popular vote, win the Electoral College by a significant margin, win the exit polling, have all major media projecting him as the winner, by some chance have the Supreme Court declare him as winner, these will not be enough to convince Donald Trump that he is indeed anything less than the winner. Biden will then have to get Trump to concede and exit the White House, still. A dependence of the military brass is ill-advised. These may prove more difficult than winning the election as Trump has already prepared a case indicting the Democrats for engaging in massive election fraud. And as irrational as that maybe, we’ve seen this play reenacted for four years, Trump winning more often than not.

Biden the dependable nationalist, like Al Gore and John Kerry before him, may even find a way to capture defeat from the jaws of victory in order to preserve the republic and avoid a decent into civil unrest, even if the Supreme Court acted in his favour and against an adamant Donald Trump.

Of course, there will be demonstrations in the street regardless of final outcome..

There can be no daylight between the high-handed nomination of Amy Barrett and the election fraud being perpetrated by Donald J. Trump and those acting on his behalf. As this looming crisis to empire takes us on a slow march to a near unavoidable disaster it maybe high time for American policymakers to rethink all the structures on which this experiment was constructed. Certainly, an ‘exceptional nation’ should not have produced a Donald Trump, let alone have him elevated to the seat of power. A power position which then transforms a fraudster into a neo-fascist with the perceived power to say who, in the case of Venezuela, is to be that country’s president. The power of the presidency may be the one thing keeping Trump out of jail, Should he lose all bets are off. And Trump knows this too well.

Strengthened by the fraudulence of empire he can now do to America what the United States has for two hundred and fifty (250) years done to the rest of the world. One man, Donald J. Trump, has in a mere four (4) years done more damage to the United States of America than all the armies ever seen and not even a thousand Joe Bidens could recover it.


1,184 comments

  • 555, the facts are far too much for U!! Trump introducing $500 BN package to assist black peeps. Biden will do nothing but sleep in the basement.
    Donna, when did U stop interfering wid lil girls?

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  • DavidSeptember 30, 2020 1:27 PM

    @John

    It must be lunchtime.

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    Just had my lunch … and dinner!!

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  • @Pacha

    Interesting will be the feisty Harris vs boring Pence. What about the other two debates? Will Trump allow himself to make an ass of himself again?

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  • PachamamaSeptember 30, 2020 6:01 PM

    David

    Pence is a sycophant. Adolf Hitler had his type around as well.

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    At least Pence isn’t a fascist as he is a Christian.

    Which begs the question, what was fascist Adolph Hitler doing with people like Pence around him?

    Pachamama, do your due diligence before you are made to look ridiculous by your own comments!!.

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  • What did Major General Melania Knavs think of the debate?

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  • Johnny Clot
    Dont you read us dubbing your types as christian-fascists.

    Maybe Pence as well.

    Many German christians in the inner circle of the Third Reich became fascists as well.

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  • @DJT supporters
    In last evening’s debate, one thing I heard in the 40 mins I was tuned in was……
    “I’m cutting drug prices. I’m going with favoured nations, which no president has the courage to do because you’re going against big pharma. Drug prices will be coming down 80 or 90 per cent… I’ll give you an example: insulin.”
    “It was destroying families, destroying people, the cost. I’m getting it for so cheap it’s like water, you want to know the truth. So cheap. Take a look at all of the drugs that what we’re doing. Prescription drug prices, we’re going to allow our governors now to go to other countries to buy drugs because when they paid just a tiny fraction of what we do.”

    So first we have MAGA, bring manufacturing back to the USA, now we have let’s import if they are cheaper. Which is it?

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  • David
    Biden”s instincts lean towards saving the nation. Cancelling two or three debates may heighten current instability. Biden would want to avoid harm or give Trump a readymade negative ad should the remaining debates are cancelled.

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  • harris pence debate should be fun she will have to explain all the things she called biden about him putting her on a bus his super predator comments why 1/3 of all black babies in USA are aborted etc and he will have to explain why he has been true to the same woman instead of willie browning it

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  • The White House blocked a CDC order that would have kept cruise ships docked until mid- February, it is set to expire on October 7th . The cruise industry is powerful in Florida and the Fla Gov. is a Trump brown noser.

    I am all for the Trump followers taking cruises, but I hope that no Caribbean country is willing to let people on cruise ships disembark on their soil under the present circumstances. The ideal cruise for some of these people would be a 10 day at sea cruise and then back to home port.

    Let Florida handle them.

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  • @lawson

    I hope he is more original than this…..

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  • Come on, Lawson, stop spreading lies and propaganda.

    It’s true Kamala and Willie Brown dated for a period of time between 1994 to 1995.

    However, although Brown was still married during that period, he had been estranged from his wife for more than 10 years.

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  • Tim Scott is in the house – Stephen from Django Unchained
    “Boss you sick? We sick”

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  • @lawson

    Ahhhhhwwwww I didn’t know you cared about black babies, while on the subject of babies could Pence explain why his Administration locked up babies in cages? Could he explain why women in ICE custody were given unnecessary hysterectomies ( that rules out future abortions) and why his Boss was seeking solace with Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal ah mean Pence is an Evangelical Christian and I’m sure his Boss’ actions are a no no in the Evangelical handbook.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/09/17/hysterectomies-immigrants-complaint-ice-and-detention-center-irwin-county/3482369001/

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  • PachamamaSeptember 30, 2020 6:47 PM

    Johnny Clot
    Dont you read us dubbing your types as christian-fascists.

    Maybe Pence as well.

    Many German christians in the inner circle of the Third Reich became fascists as well.

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    Fascists and communists don’t believe in God or religion!!

    It’s as simple as that.

    You need to be an atheist to be a fascist or communist!!

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  • Thanks to Joe Biden, everybody knows about the “Proud Boys”!!!

    Trump and Chris Wallace have too much sense to say something without proof.

    Not Sleepy Joe!!

    Not CNN!!

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  • Wouldn’t be surprise if Trump tell the media to get lost
    No more debates for him

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  • Johnny Clot

    Where do you get these twisted political ideas from.

    Are you not an ardent supporter of the neo fascist, white supremacist, Donald Trump.

    And have you not proported to serve the White god in the sky.

    And therefore, are you not quintessentially a christian-fascist.

    No wonder barbados has been said to be a failed state. It must be the likes of you that make it so.

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  • MariposaSeptember 30, 2020 9:47 PM

    Wouldn’t be surprise if Trump tell the media to get lost
    No more debates for him

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    Trump enjoying himself.

    Kept a rally last night, arrived and left by plane – Airforce 1.

    4 days ago it was Harrisburg

    6 days ago Jacksonville

    Tomorrow it will be Orlando

    Saturday he has two more in Wisconsin.

    Biden is being literally steam rollered.

    Biden now talking about cancelling debates.

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  • PachamamaOctober 1, 2020 3:30 AM

    And therefore, are you not quintessentially a christian-fascist.

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    No such thing!!

    Can’t be both!!!!

    To find the fascists on BU you need to look for the atheists.

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  • Trump is some kind of superstar, simply the best.

    Here is what a superstar crowd looks like at a concert.

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  • Johnny Cloooooooooooot
    How is it that people like you, Georgie Porgie, unFreedom Crier, Robert Lucas and other a**holes could claim to be some sort of scholars and yet make some of the most staggering and illogical claims.

    Maybe it is in the water. If not, it must be a genetic trait predisposing the Neanderthal in you “white’ people to be regressive.

    Since the term christian-fascist cannot be made to exist in that mind of yours we’ve found it on Wikipedia for all Neanderthals.

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    Christian fascism denotes the intersection between fascism and Christianity and it also encompasses the fascistic, totalitarian, and imperialistic aspects of the Christian church. It is sometimes referred to as “Christofascism”, a neologism coined by liberation theologist Dorothee Sölle in 1970.[1][2][3]
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_fascism

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  • Christian fascism denotes the intersection between fascism and Christianity and it also encompasses the fascistic, totalitarian, and imperialistic aspects of the Christian church. It is sometimes referred to as “Christofascism”, a neologism coined by liberation theologist Dorothee Sölle in 1970.[1][2][3]
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_fascism

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  • Why doesn’t Barbadosudnergroud have a Black History month to teach people about black people

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  • “Trump introducing $500 BN package to assist black peeps”
    Money Brain you old cunt long time no see how you doing who cares
    I have told you already I and I and I only sit down and reason with my brethren
    and don’t bother reasoning with you

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  • Unbelievable.

    "Great evening": Trump says he beat Biden "by every measure" in "almost every poll I saw" https://t.co/ASogaH8IfO— Newsweek (@Newsweek) September 30, 2020

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  • Let us hear it for the Pope!

    Pope Francis has refused to meet Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on his visit to Rome because he thinks the Trump re-election campaign is trying to use him https://t.co/8wKqtHaebo— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) October 1, 2020

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  • David

    White people alone can create such “alternative facts” and have them believed.

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  • @Pacha

    It is unbelievable what is playing out in a so called developed first world country labeled a superpower. One on which we depend heavily given our geography. Why some people do not understand why Barbadians would be interested is beyond reason.

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  • David

    You are quite right.
    For it is impossible to plan, understand, ANY phenomenon effecting Barbados unless we pay attention to all the environments operating around the country. This is the ABC of governace, is indispensable for any serious government.

    But beyond the analysis, decisions must be made estimating where all of these issues will end up and then make a range of plans covering all eventualities – synthesis.

    We trust that Mugabe and her team are not sitting with their hands folded behaving like spectators. They need to begin looking at proactive measures.

    For example, we are estimating that the US dollar will further decline as the leading reserve currency of the world.

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  • @Pacha

    We are operating in unprecedented times, covid has added another layer of complexity to the system we have to manage. There is no place for optics and vacuous positions. All across the globe we are seeing the challenges being manifested in different forms. It certainly is not a zero sum problem to solve.

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  • As a result of political dysfunction in the USA

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  • David

    No guarantees can be given to solve all possible problems all the time but we could at least game them out, understand the possible problems before hand.

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  • @Pacha

    We live in a world today where leaders, political and others, prefer to sucumbe to an inflated sense of their importance, to hell with being a slave to serving the public’s interest. It is what it is, it seems.

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  • Agreed!

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  • The fear of politicising an important institution. A parallel can be drawn to the ongoing impasse with CXC.

    The more that Democrats and Republicans attempt to capture the Supreme Court, the less legitimate it will become in the eyes of the public https://t.co/Lw3gytRBOv— The Economist (@TheEconomist) October 1, 2020

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  • David

    The Supreme Court has always been politicised.

    And when you hear Americans talk about “the founding fathers” or “originalism” and so on, these are all primarily political concepts.

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  • John
    Trump is rallying these folks

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  • @John

    You are right, Trump is brilliant. Why does anyone think that he took Ivanka to ”work” on the diplomatic missions he went on? People were asking why he had her in meetings with world leaders.

    Obviously be had a reason. Anything for the win. Wink, nudge. Heck of a girl she must be.

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  • Yes sarge I like black babies and ju jubes as well..lol You dont see an issue that one third of your future in USA is being ended….. spoiled white kids with their hands in the air are burning out black neighborhoods aided by blacks, every weekend mass killing of your own in big cities . There is no need for a klan your doing it to yourselves they just have to sit back and watch.. People will ask a woman why she doesn’t leave a husband that beats her ….she doesn’t know … maybe its that plantation mentality waru talks about that causes it.. but your kinda like that person that tells the woman to stay because if you leave it will be worse totally brainwashed. Unicorns, fairies blacks that think for themselves rare indeed

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    @David Blogmaster what is unbelievable is that a (THE) national US paper – the paper of record, they call it – could make a headline as: *”Tuesday’s Debate Made Clear the ***Gravest Threat to the Election: The President Himself”*** (my bold)!…. Mr Blogmaster that is the loudest call to electoral arms since the US media reported that Pres Nixon WAS a crook!

    We all understand that connections this man made in that debate to rally his fanatics to subvert democracy: he implored supporters to go to the polls and watch carefully on voting and what’s going on bcz there will be a disaster… that is freaking ILLEGAL and is being demanded from the Pres of the USA, no less!

    Of course certified poll watchers have been a staple for political parties for generations to determine legitimacy of voter rolls at poll site and such stuff but they CANNOT watch to see how someone is voting, question their legitimacy to vote, how they return their mail-in-ballot or otherwise intimidate potential voters with their armed presence! … then this arsonist said that he would advise whatever supremacist groups are supporting him *”to stand back ***and stand by***!

    That is no dog whistle but a direct call to arms and electoral subversion (intimidation) … just as he INTIMIDATED at a civil, properly organized debate … there is no mystery here: follow my bullying lead he is saying!

    But on the opposite side to warriors for Trump and his intimidation tactics are the ‘New Black Panthers’ and the “Not Fuc**** Around Coalition’ (like others) who are not impressed or cowed.

    So NOTHING should be unbelievable in next 30 plus days… one man is fighting for his freedom and the possible destruction of his financial empire and he will do whatever it takes to win!

    We are locked and loaded for some serious action!

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  • The Movement Mental
    it’s the Culture
    Primordial Word Sounds and Power to keep the Proud Boys away

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  • PachamamaOctober 1, 2020 4:56 AM

    You can’t be a Christian and a fascist too, it is not possible..

    A fascist is a “stick” bound together with other “sticks” under the control of the state.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fasces

    A Christian is an individual and has an individual relationship with God.

    The two are mutually exclusive.

    It is possible for fascism or communism to insert itself into a Christian Society through a fifth column seeking to take over the society and there can be Christians living among Fascists.

    But the two are incompatible for an individual.

    Fascists kill Christians.

    Here is how it played out for one Christian in a Fascist state.

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  • News from Afrika
    Nulu is the New Zulu
    Calling all Wo-Man to get radical with the vocals

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  • To be a Fascist you have to be an Atheist.

    It is as simple as that.

    It does not mean that all Atheists are Fascists, but being an Atheist is a sine qua non for a Fascist.

    The Vatican aided Mussolini and the Vatican is synonymous with the Roman Catholic Church … but it isn’t the Christian Church.

    All that can be said is that there were those in the Vatican who were not Christians, but Atheists OR, just Christians who were weak vessels.

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  • A Christian is an individual and has an individual relationship with God…..(Quote)

    Wrong. This is Enlightenment individualist nonsense. A commitment to God is a public act, not a private contract. You go out in to the highways and hedges and preach the gospel, not whisper to your pillow.
    The sacrament symbolises an outward commitment to God and sends a message to friends and neighbours of that inner commitment. We do not do secret/private deals with God.

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  • Ok! I see MoneyBrain asking me when did I stop interfering with little girls.

    ???????????????????????

    LooneyBrain! That is beneath even you.

    SMH

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  • It’s a beautiful day. Overcast with intermittant heavy showers. My plants and my newly laid lawn grass are loving it.

    And so am I. Nice and cool.

    No sweat!

    Too happy to mess it up with the Trump supporting cavemen of BU!

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  • Dont worry about MB Donna I dont think he even knows what is considered a young girl in barbados

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  • Wonder what Trump’s election bankroller Mercer thinks about the debate.

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  • Hal AustinOctober 1, 2020 10:39 AM

    A Christian is an individual and has an individual relationship with God…..(Quote)

    Wrong. This is Enlightenment individualist nonsense. A commitment to God is a public act, not a private contract. You go out in to the highways and hedges and preach the gospel, not whisper to your pillow.
    The sacrament symbolises an outward commitment to God and sends a message to friends and neighbours of that inner commitment. We do not do secret/private deals with God.

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    No Hal, you are wrong.

    The public acts follow and are based on the initial private act.

    That’s why in the Bible Baptism follows acceptance.

    Read about the Ethiopian Eunuch and Philip.

    The journey starts with faith.

    .https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts%208%3A26-40&version=KJV

    37 And Philip said, If thou believest with all thine heart, thou mayest. And he answered and said, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.

    38 And he commanded the chariot to stand still: and they went down both into the water, both Philip and the eunuch; and he baptized him.

    39 And when they were come up out of the water, the Spirit of the Lord caught away Philip, that the eunuch saw him no more: and he went on his way rejoicing.

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  • ….. believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God

    …… and he baptized him

    ….. and he went on his way rejoicing.

    ABC

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  • Act of Faith – Private

    Baptism – Public

    Celebration – Public

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  • @ Quaker John

    By definition, faith is an inner belief and so can only take place within the mind. So, I may have sympathies for fascism or capitalism or Marxism. At this stage, that is a matter for me and Freud.
    Once I make the next step to put that sympathy in to action, faith, or belief, I do so publicly in some form. My belief therefore become public as a Fascist, capitalist, or Roman Catholic, etc. Christianity is a public expression of belief.
    Religion is a public expression. It was only with the Enlightenment that we got the concept of individualism. Even now, aft er 250 years, there is still conflict between individualism and our collective acts.
    @Quaker John, you are bluffing again. You know nothing about Enlightenment philosophy.

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  • In the 1700’s, Earthquake in Portugal, 1755.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1755_Lisbon_earthquake

    Bible is a bit older!!

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  • Sea level rose in Carlisle Bay as a result of the earthquake in Portugal.

    Check Schomburgk

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  • “Philosophy

    Allegory of the 1755 Earthquake, by João Glama Strobërle (who depicted himself standing on a pile of rubble on the lower-right corner). In the upper-left corner is an angel holding a fiery sword, personifying divine judgement.
    The earthquake and its aftermath strongly influenced the intelligentsia of the European Age of Enlightenment. The noted writer-philosopher Voltaire used the earthquake in Candide and in his Poème sur le désastre de Lisbonne (“Poem on the Lisbon disaster”). Voltaire’s Candide attacks the notion that all is for the best in this, “the best of all possible worlds”, a world closely supervised by a benevolent deity. The Lisbon disaster provided a counterexample. As Theodor Adorno wrote, “[t]he earthquake of Lisbon sufficed to cure Voltaire of the theodicy of Leibniz” (Negative Dialectics 361). Jean-Jacques Rousseau was also influenced by the devastation following the earthquake, whose severity he believed was due to too many people living within the close quarters of the city. Rousseau used the earthquake as an argument against cities as part of his desire for a more naturalistic way of life.[21]”

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  • Portugal, given half the world by the Pope, never recovered.

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  • It is the first private individual moment between the believer and God that marks him/her..

    That’s the foundation.

    Fascism, Communism, Socialism are terrified by the individual.

    God’s power far outweighs any power a Fascist/Communist/Socialist state might wield.

    They instinctively know to be fearful.

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  • The earthquake in Portugal tested people’s faith.

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  • So the question is, Do I know anything about Enlightnmet?

    The answer is a question!!!

    Do I need to?

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  • You should look at another period in country which followed the Age of Enlightenment.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Great_Awakening

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  • Donna, it is beneath you and others that cry Racism with absolutely no proof!

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  • Hal

    For what its worth!!

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  • All of the major news outlets are calling a major win for Biden, after the debate.

    They are calling Trump’s behaviour that of a petulant child.

    Some people have realised that Trump is senile, that is why he can only shout and make childish claims, such as ranting almost incoherently about Biden’s sons. He cannot process thoughts on more complex policy matters, so he avoids it.

    Yes, Trump is going senile.

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  • So if Biden won the first debate, why is the press seeking to have the other two canceled?

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  • “Tuesday night’s so-called debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden was seen by a whopping 73.1 million viewers Tuesday, according to Nielsen. That’s a huge number— more than triple the audience of this year’s Oscars— but it wasn’t quite the blockbuster as the first debate of the 2016 general election. That Trump versus Hillary Clinton opening slugfest drew a record 84 million viewers.”

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    So why would the press not want to capitalise on this tremendous viewership?

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  • Trump’s Army

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  • When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time…. Maya Angelou

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  • That Trump’s campaign is rooted in racism is painfully obvious. You back Trump. Also you spout every racist argument I have ever heard. You could even find an excuse for George Zimmerman to kill Trayvon Martin. Whether you know it or not, you are a racist. Your words convict you.

    However, you can find absolutely nothing I have posted that suggests I “interfere” with little girls. If you can find anything please feel free to post it so we all can have a look you, foolish little man.

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  • Misplaced comma

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  • No, Lawson. We are finally thinking for ourselves. That is why we decide for ourselves what is good for us and not your white ass.

    What Trump has offered will not fix the real systemic problems. I am sure he knows that. It is just an attempt to syphon off the few votes he needs to get re-elected.

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  • What is the sense of supporting black colleges if you are encouraging police and white vigilantes and to shoot the same black people in the back and put their knees on their necks without cause? What is the sense when you push for stop and frisk of the same black people when they are on their way to classes? What is the sense when you embolden white supremacists to persecute black people just trying to live their lives? What is the sense when you are degrading black people at every turn and making them feel less than? How many are going to make it to those colleges?

    Stupse!

    You really think we are falling for that shit???

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  • NorthernObserver

    @John
    “So if Biden won the first debate, why is the press seeking to have the other two canceled?”

    Because he might not win the second or third. Best to quit when you are ahead. The real race is won on election day. There is ZERO benefit for JB to debate, only risks, against a guy like DT.

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  • I would love to see another debate, as long as the moderator has a mute button for the microphones.

    Funny how the Trumpists said Biden wasn’t going to show up for the first debate.

    But he would have good reason not to show up for the second unless there is a mute button for Trump.

    Me? I would show up and let Trump interrupt me all night. That is bound to turn off the undecided.

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  • @David October 1, 2020 5:55 AM “Let us hear it for the Pope!”

    Glad that the Pope knows who is the boss.

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  • It turns out now that the international chairman of “Proud Boys” is black and he is running for congress.

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/sep/30/wilfred-reilly-insists-proud-boys-arent-white-supr/

    “It turns out not everybody believes the Proud Boys are white supremacists, including a prominent Black professor at a historically Black university.

    Wilfred Reilly, associate professor of political science at Kentucky State University, said Wednesday that “the Proud Boys aren’t white supremacists,” describing the right-wing group’s beliefs as “Western chauvinist” and noting that their international chairman, Enrique Tarrio, is Black.

    “Gotta say: the Proud Boys aren’t white supremacists,” tweeted Mr. Reilly, author of “Hate Crime Hoax.””

    Just another hoax practiced on a bunch of stupid idiots on BU who can’t think for themselves by Joe Biden, Sarge, Pachamama David etc …. “The Jussie Smollett crew”!!!

    Do you understand now what sort of IQ Trump has … and what sort of IQ the Jussie Smollet Crew has?

    By asking Chris Wallace to be specific he put him on the spot.

    Chris Wallace realised immediately his neck was out and cut the segment.

    Foolish Joe Biden provided the name, Proud Boys!!!!

    More foolish Sarge, Pachamama etc swallowed the gaffe hook line and sinker.

    Trump is some kind of genius.

    The Jussie Smollett crew, …. well they are just the Jussie Smollett Crew.

    They will never change.

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  • Here is the leader of the Proud Boys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • This is priceless!!

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  • John you liar. The founder of Proud sweet Boys is Gavin NcInniss he is white. The one you referenced is a member. NOT black He is a latino, one of those warped coconut Cuban far right who hate Cuba so much that they conspire with anything non Cuban.

    It was one of those far right Cuban terrorists, from prior Cuban mafia families, who blew up the Cuban plane years ago.

    You are a liar.

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  • Seen that “proud boy” months ago. Didn’t bother to mention it because it makes no difference. You ain’t white either and you are still frontman for the racists.

    I have a feeling that he meant the Boogaloo Boys, though.

    The sentiment remains the same. Trump would not condemn white supremacists. If, as he said, he did not know who they were, that means he did not know that they weren’t white supremacists.

    That ain’t gonna fly.

    P.S. Such hero worship by a grown man is embarassing. My brain damage theory is the only explanation I can come up with.

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  • So Crusoe,

    What is the difference between the founder and the leader?

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  • And Crusoe you are correct. Not black at all. And the Cubans who fled Cuba were mostly the privileged who lost their privileges. That accounts for the bitterness that warps their minds.

    And isn’t it funny how these clowns find one black man and use his word as gospel?

    John is embarassing. No better than Looney Tunes, really.

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  • DonnaOctober 1, 2020 7:25 PM

    I have a feeling that he meant the Boogaloo Boys, though.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    So, what’s the membership of this group like?

    Will it fit in a phone booth like the membership of the Proud Boys?

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  • But one thing, though – you can be black AND Latino.

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  • How many boys does it take to kill one black man?

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  • DonnaOctober 1, 2020 7:39 PM

    But one thing, though – you can be black AND Latino.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Can you be white and Latino?

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  • Yup! Latino is not a race.

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  • So you would support Joe Biden’s position that the Latino community is far more diverse than the African American one

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  • Poor John! Clutching at straws! His attempt to paint the Proud Boys as fine upstanding citizens who can’t be racist because their leader is black has failed miserably. Led astray by some suspect reporting he presents a man who describes himself as a right- wing Latino as the black leader of “proud boys”.

    If he was a student of history as he claims to be; he would know that many people promote causes or join groups that they should be diametrically opposed to e.g. Jews in Hitler’s army. In any event Proud boys are just one of many racist groups that have been given new life in the age of Trump, even David Duke leader of the sill standing KKK said that Trump speaks his language.

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  • Sarge

    All I am trying to do is to help Donna to a position where she can call Joe Biden a racist so MB doesn’t cast aspirations on her upright character.

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  • ,,, and from 2016, the same Chris Wallace asked the same question and got an answer he somehow swwms to have forgotten!!

    Is it him or Joe Biden that is senile?

    https://ktrh.iheart.com/featured/michael-berry/content/2020-10-01-watch-trump-disavowed-white-supremacists-to-chris-wallaces-face-in-2016/

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  • Are you perhaps as senile as Chris Wallace and Joe?

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  • Only the best people work at the WH. Today Kayleigh McEnany (Trump’s Press Secretary) described the latest Supreme Court pick as a Rhodes Scholar, trouble is she is not a “Rhodes Scholar” she attended Rhodes College.

    I know that I am entitled to some plaudits, I walked a lot of roads in Bim, I should be described as a “Roads Scholar”.

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  • The problem is the media and Chris Wallace are desperate.

    They know Trump should win in a landslide.

    … any child would know that.

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