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Upon the memory and truthfulness of Christine Blasey Ford hangs the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, his reputation, and possibly his career on the nation’s second highest court.

And much more. If Kavanaugh is voted down or forced to withdraw, the Republican Party and conservative movement could lose their last best hope for recapturing the high court for constitutionalism.

No new nominee could be vetted and approved in six weeks. And the November election could bring in a Democratic Senate, an insuperable obstacle to the elevation of a new strict constructionist like Kavanaugh.

The stakes are thus historic and huge.

And what is Professor Ford’s case against Judge Kavanaugh?

When she was 15 in the summer of ’82, she went to a beer party with four boys in Montgomery County, Maryland, in a home where the parents were away.

She says she was dragged into a bedroom by Brett Kavanaugh, a 17-year-old at Georgetown Prep, who jumped her, groped her, tried to tear off her clothes and cupped her mouth with his hand to stop her screams.

Only when Kavanaugh’s friend Mark Judge, laughing “maniacally,” piled on and they all tumbled off the bed, did she escape and lock herself in a bathroom as the “stumbling drunks” went downstairs. She fled the house and told no one of the alleged rape attempt.

Not until 30 years later in 2012 did Ford, now a clinical psychologist in California, relate, in a couples therapy session with her husband, what happened. She says she named Kavanaugh as her assailant, but the therapist’s notes of the session make no mention of Kavanaugh.

During the assault, says Ford, she was traumatized. “I thought he might inadvertently kill me.”

Here the story grows vague. She does not remember who drove her to the party. She does not say how much she drank. She does not remember whose house it was. She does not recall who, if anyone, drove her home. She does not recall what day it was.

She did not tell her parents, Ford says, as she did not want them to know she had been drinking. She did not tell any friend or family member of this traumatic event that has so adversely affected her life.

Said Kavanaugh in response, “I categorically and unequivocally deny this allegation. I did not do this back in high school or at any time.”

Mark Judge says it never happened.

Given the seriousness of the charges, Ford must be heard out. But she also needs to be cross-examined and have her story and character probed as Kavanaugh’s has been by FBI investigators as an attorney for the Ken Starr impeachment investigation of Bill Clinton, a White House aide to George Bush, a U.S. appellate judge, and a Supreme Court nominee.

During the many investigations of Kavanaugh’s background, nothing was unearthed to suggest something like this was in character.

Some 65 women who grew up in the Chevy Chase and Bethesda area and knew Kavanaugh in his high school days have come out and spoken highly of his treatment of girls and women.

Moreover, the way in which all of this arose, at five minutes to midnight in the long confirmation process, suggests that this is political hardball, if not dirt ball.

When Ford, a Democrat, sent a letter detailing her accusations against Kavanaugh to her California congresswoman, Anna Eshoo, Ford insisted that her name not be revealed as the accuser.

She seemingly sought to damage or destroy the judge’s career behind a cloak of anonymity. Eshoo sent the letter on to Sen. Diane Feinstein, who held it for two months.

Excising Ford’s name, Feinstein then sent it to the FBI, who sent it to the White House, who sent it on to the Senate to be included in the background material on the judge.

Thus, Ford’s explosive charge, along with her name, did not surface until this weekend.

ORDER IT NOW

What is being done here stinks. It is a transparently late hit, a kill shot to assassinate a nominee who, before the weekend, was all but certain to be confirmed and whose elevation to the Supreme Court is a result of victories in free elections by President Trump and the Republican Party.

Palpable here is the desperation of the left to derail Kavanaugh, lest his elevation to the high court imperil their agenda and the social revolution that the Warren Court and its progeny have been able to impose upon the nation.

If Kavanaugh is elevated, the judicial dictatorship of decades past, going back to the salad days of Earl Warren, William Brennan, Hugo Black and “Wild Bill” Douglas, will have reached its end. A new era will have begun.

That is what is at stake.

The Republican Senate should continue with its calendar to confirm Kavanaugh before Oct. 1, while giving Ford some way to be heard, and then Kavanaugh the right to refute.

Then let the senators decide.

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of a new book, “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

Copyright 2018 Creators.com.

 
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  1. Rational says:

    WHEN A REPUBLICAN IS AHEAD, A LIBERAL WHORE REMEMBERS THE BED.

    This is a winning formula for the Democrats.

    Whenever any Republican is ahead, and they do not like him, they bring a liberal ho who makes up a story like this. A long, long time ago, he touched me. No police report, no nothing, until now…..

    It happened to Roy Moore. Just when he was about to win, the liberal women made up their stories.

    These fake stories are probably written by Jewish Democrat party operatives and given to these women. Utter this story, get the Republican out and take your 100K prize—under the table, of course.

    Every.Single.Time.

    As long as the gullible public keeps falling for this scam, the liberals will keep playing the “panty card.”

    • Agree: densa
  2. utu says:

    REVEALED: Kavanaugh’s judge mother ruled against his accuser’s parents in 1996 and forced their home into foreclosure: Unearthed court papers spark claims the sex assault allegation ‘could be a grudge’

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6177971/Kavanaughs-mother-ruled-against-accusers-father-1996-court-case.html

    • Replies: @anonymous
  3. This yarn has been dreamt up or exaggerated by an ardent feminist and Hillary-supporter. Surprised?

    Kevenaugh is a very decent, moderate and mainstream jurist. Compare his life to that of the recently deceased, neocon mass-murderer, Saint John McCain. Can you tell the ‘good guy’ from the ‘bad guy’?
    Not if you listen to the pundits on TV.

    What we have underway is another attempted lynching of a good man by a Democrat operative. These character assassins are ubiquitous. And our MSM love to shower these sabateurs with honor and glee.

    The fanatical Dems want desperately to legislate from the bench. It’s how they shape the way we live, undermine our traditions, and impose new laws on an unwary majority. We must not let their judicial tyranny expand.

  4. Anonymous[772] • Disclaimer says:

    Given the seriousness of the charges? Why so serious? Women love fantasies of rape, that’s why they concoct stories of it, read their bodice-ripper novels, and consume vast amounts of brutal rape and BDSM porn online, way more than men.

    Recently, researchers have discovered what yer ‘umble proprietor of this scandalous Chateau was telling you long long time: chicks dig violent, rape-y, dominating sex because it is in the nature of women to feel incredibly aroused submitting to a powerful, even sadistic, man, and this feeling is universal among women….

    Chicks Dig Violent Porn
    July 7, 2017 by CH

    http://heartiste.wordpress.com/2017/07/07/chicks-dig-violent-porn/

    She isn’t making a serious charge, she’s fantisizing that she was desired by a powerful man. There is nothing serious about women, they’re like simple-minded children. Taking them serious and letting them into politics was very much a part of America’s fall. Women ruin everything they enter, from politics to poker.

    The lesson here, as always: Women ruin everything.

    Bill Simmons
    ESPN.com: Page 2 : How to spot Casino Trash

    http://proxy.espn.com/espn/page2/story?id=1280529

  5. Realist says:

    What is being done here stinks. It is a transparently late hit, a kill shot to assassinate a nominee who, before the weekend, was all but certain to be confirmed and whose elevation to the Supreme Court is a result of victories in free elections by President Trump and the Republican Party.

    And it will work too thanks to a number of compliant RINOs. The title stupid party is well earned.
    If the roles were reversed the Democrats would tell the Republicans to go shit in their hats.

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
  6. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:

    And here he is, Right on cue: “The stakes are thus historic and huge.” Yup, every time.

    Like the “federal” elections held every November in even-numbered years and the 5-4 decrees of the Court, aren’t these nailbiting confirmation hearings part of the show that keeps people gulled into accepting that so many things in life are to be run by people in Washington?

    I’m still inclined to the notion that the Constitution was intended, at least by some of its authors and supporters, to create a limited national government. But even by the time of Marbury, those entrusted with the powers have arrogated the authority to redefine them. In my lifetime, the Court exists to deal with hot potato social issues in lieu of the invertebrate Congress, to forebear (along with the invertebrate Congress) the warmongering and other “foreign policy” waged under auspices of the President, and to dignify the Establishment’s shepherding and fleecing of the people.

    Why should a robed, unelected politician be redefining marriage? Entrusted to enforce the Constitutional limitations on the others? Sure, questions like these are posed from time to time in a dissenting Justice’s opinion, but that ends the discussion other than in the context of replacing old Justice X with middle-aged Justice Y, as exemplified in this cliche’ sounding of the alarm from Mr. Buchanan. (Has he ever said that one of these exercises was less than “historic and huge”?)

    So before investing much in the critical importance of a Justice Kavanaugh, think back on Justice Roberts and his vote to sustain the Affordable Care Act. Or reflect on how the Court has declined to vindicate free speech when presented with challenges to the Patriot Act, etc.

    Puppet show.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Anonymous
  7. Anonymous[402] • Disclaimer says:

    Given the seriousness of the charges, Ford must be heard out.

    Indeed. She was destined to be a Virgin of the Temple, destined for the Snake God.

    This is like Matho defiling Salammbô. Carthago will not stand for this!

  8. Zogby says:

    Why does Ford have to be given some way to be heard? She’s already been heard. How many more times does she have to be heard?
    What is the point in this hearing with under-oath testimony? There isn’t going to be a trial. Forcing this public hearing under oath forces both sides to dig in in order to protect their reputation. It’s got no investigative value.
    If people wanting to help Kavanaugh ruthlessly cross-examine Ford about this charge the way she should be cross-examined, it’s just going to escalate with all the usual counter-charges of blaming the accuser.
    Is the Senate going to call the other guy that’s been named? Are they going to let Kavanaugh call dozens of character witnesses to speak in his favor?
    How long is this pointless boxing match going to continue? This should have flat out been ignored by the Senate on the grounds of late submission and statute of limitations.
    This is balooning because of the irresponsible behavior of RINOs claiming “she should be heard”. They remind everybody why Trump conquered the Republican party – because of the failure of RINOs to stand up to the left.
    There are no countervailling red-state Democrats to come out and announce a vote for Kavanaugh to end this.
    The hearing on Monday will leave them exactly where they are now.

  9. El Dato says:
    @anonymous

    Apparently it’s the “Highest Precipice of Power”:

    http://dailycaller.com/2018/09/17/symone-sanders-kavanaugh-guilty/

    Sanders went on to claim that Kavanaugh had “lied under oath,” prompting [Bill] Kristol to shake his head, saying, “That’s ridiculous!”

    “I’m convinced, Jake, because — I tweeted about this the other day, when I was in college, I was intoxicated, and a man who I had previously rebuffed his advances multiple times took advantage of the fact that I could not consent one night,” Sanders said.

    “The next day, he denied raping me. And that’s exactly what he did. And if he ever came — came up for a Supreme Court nomination, President of the United States, or congressman, or whatever, I don’t care, it’s been 20 years, 50 years, I would come forward,” she continued. “I don’t think anyone that has ever done that, whether it was once in their life or 50 times, deserves to sit at the highest precipice of power ”

    Is the whole of the US filled with women with low impulse control who have repressed rape fantasies?

  10. Anonymous[402] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    http://heartiste.wordpress.com/2017/07/07/chicks-dig-violent-porn/

    Woah, the comments on that post just evoke heavy-bodied male Internet People sweating profusely in front of LCDs as their amygdala takes over all functions.

  11. Relax.

    It didn’t work for Anita Hill and it won’t work for Ford either. That’s especially so as Ford’s story is far less credible than was Hill’s.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  12. @Realist

    “If the roles were reversed the Democrats would tell the Republicans to go shit in their hats.”

    Until the right learns to fight to win like the left does, they will just keep losing. This gentleman’s approach bullshit “her voice must be heard” when this whole thing is so obviously a political play by the Democrats is going to kill what little hope the right has left.

    As the great Dr. William Luther Pierce said, “You can either be a revolutionary or a conservative. Pick one.”

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  13. Wilson says:

    Given the seriousness of the charges, Ford must be heard out

    In 1982. A now totally unprovable and unfalsifiable allegation has no meaning. The only information conveyed is that she does not endorse him, but since she is nobody important this also means nothing.

  14. anonymous[107] • Disclaimer says:
    @utu

    a. Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Mrs. Martha Kavanaugh did NOT rule against the Blaseys; she certified resolution of the situation.

    https://www.operationrescue.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Case-Information-Blasey-Forclosure.pdf

    b. Ralph E and Paula Blasey still own, and apparently still reside in, the home at 17 Masters Court in Potomac, MD that was the subject of the court case http://sdat.dat.maryland.gov/RealProperty/Pages/default.aspx

    c. Ralph E Blasey was/is an attorney and investment counselor over a long career with high-power firms; at 83 years old, he appears to be still actively employed

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/ralph-blasey-5a84515/

    d. Detail worth noting from Blasey’s linkedin page is his membership in the Landon School Professional Networkhttps://www.linkedin.com/groups/65451/
    Landon is the secular equivalent of the Catholic Jesuit private school, Georgetown Prep, that Kavanaugh attended.

    Blasey Ford was raised in a family that already had a strong background in achieving major academic credentials through elite institutions, and of maintaining those elite ties. It should not be surprising that she could tap into a network at her private school to produce 200 letters . . .

    e. Have all five of the people said to have been present at this traumatic near-rape experience been identified? Have their stories been elicited and corroborated?

  15. bjondo says:

    BS always sounds like BS.

  16. Peter Maya says: • Website

    DFeinstein violated the LAW by hiding and withholding alledge letter from the accuser. Why is she refusing to testify in public???? her allegations would be thrown out in any court of law inany country….the Gloria Allred mafia…industry… Ruth Bader Ginsburg inciting seditions, advocating PEDophilia, treason much worst than Kavanaught…The USA Constitution guarantees the rigyt to confront your accusers, examined any allege evidence…

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  17. Anonymous[393] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    So before investing much in the critical importance of a Justice Kavanaugh, think back on Justice Roberts and his vote to sustain the Affordable Care Act. Or reflect on how the Court has declined to vindicate free speech when presented with challenges to the Patriot Act, etc.

    Yes, the Supreme Court is a weapon against the people and the Constitution. SCOTUS’ actions are always a reflection of the power and money configuration that is ascendant, or was recently so.

    As long as the lies, deceit, incompetence, bias, and religious influence within SCOTUS tip back and forth over an approximately 30 year period, things generally balance out.

    Problem is, we ain’t got 30 years left.

  18. “Palpable here is the desperation of the left to derail Kavanaugh, lest his elevation to the high court imperil their agenda and the social revolution that the Warren Court and its progeny have been able to impose upon the nation.”

    Including Roe vs. Wade. This is the heart of the issue–all else is secondary.

    After all, nothing and no one can stand in the way of The Revolution and, of course, “the People”. Cue in the laugh track.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  19. lysias says:

    Has it even been established that there was such a party? If it didn’t happen, it’s obviously impossible to identify participants.

  20. As I’ve posted elsewhere, I have my doubts. There were a few creeps around during my teen years, but girls always warned each other about them. Every girl in school would have heard what an @$$#0/3 Brett Kavanaugh was last week. If you had brothers or male cousins, they might give him a little explanation about what would happen if he ever bothered you again….

    It’s not impossible that a guy in those days either engaged in drunken horseplay or seriously tried to jump someone’s bones, but HER behavior makes no sense to me, given the time-frame (before therapy puppies and trigger warnings). Most girls wouldn’t have suppressed it for years and then have it pop up during therapy; they’d have been on the phone the minute they got home, telling each Best Friend in turn what That Jerk Brett Kavanaugh tried to do. They might not have even bothered prefacing the disclosure with the obligatory “Now, promise me you won’t tell a soul about this….” (which usually guaranteed it would be all over town within 24 hours).

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @MarkinLA
    , @Anon
  21. Anonymous[332] • Disclaimer says:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    Until the right learns to fight to win?

    First lesson: cease worshiping a Jewish Rabbi who taught “do not resist an evil person; but whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn the other to him also.” (((Matthew 5:39)))

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  22. Anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:
    @Peter Maya

    Skanks are allowed to get off scot-free, and men must be blameless in all areas of their life before making drama broads behave. The Jewish Rabbi that America worships said so in the Pericope Adulterae.

    When they continued to question Him, He straightened up and said to them, “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to cast a stone at her.” And again He bent down and wrote on the ground. When they heard this, they began to go away one by one, beginning with the older ones, until only Jesus was left, with the woman standing there. Then Jesus straightened up and asked her, “Woman, where are your accusers? Has no one condemned you?” “No one, Lord,” she answered.

    Of course, as we all know, the whore behave perfectly after White Knight Jewsus saved her from any consequences of her bad behavior.

    Nail that White Knighting Kike back up on a stick.

  23. KenH says:

    Judge Kavanaugh dindu nuffins and this is the usual hit job and kabuki theater that the left resorts to when someone poses a threat to their radical agenda is at stake. They did it to Trump before the election (but with no success), to Roy Moore which cost Republicans and Senate seat and now to Kavanaugh. He’s getting Borkeda and why not since history has shown the Democrats that the probably of success is high.

    The Republicans usually crap themselves and disavow when this happens. Maybe they’ll grow a spine and tell the Democrats to piss off and stop lying but the last I checked hell hasn’t frozen over.

  24. @Anonymous

    Didn’t stop the Crusades, did it?

    • LOL: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  25. Anonymous[123] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Which one? The Crusades against White people who didn’t bow down to the Jews?

    P.S. Thanks for making the point that no society ever faithfully followed Jewsus’ lame advice. Because it’s really stupid advice to be always turning the cheek. Although the spineless Christian-dominant Republican party seems to try at all the wrong times.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    , @Anonymous
  26. Remember from about 20 years ago, when every other aging, out-of-work, attention-craving celebrity suddenly became traumatized after recalling being raped by her father?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  27. Confirm Kavanaugh now.

    But after this, how about being fair and nominating someone other than a Jew or a catholic until the court is more representative of the USA (let alone representative of the people who put trump into office).

    To even things out, the next Jewish Supreme Court nominee should come some time in the 22nd century. We should see Hispanic, Asian, and horrors, white Protestant nominees, many times before we see more from those two other disproportionately represented groups.

    I’d add that the Republican “leadership” of the Senate, and particularly the Senate Judiciary Committee, has shown itself to be lazy, timid, and shortsighted.

    The days of a Republican majority in the senate may be dwindling, and yet the committee cancelled the hearing where they were supposed to advance more than a half a dozen federal judicial nomonees tomorrow 9/20 (one circuit and at least five district).

    The republicans should be advancing every circuit nominee, and as many district nominees as possible, through the judiciary committee before recess.

    Here in the central district of California, trump has done NOTHING to fill the MASSIVE unprecedented number of vacancies on the US District Court in the LA / Orange County region.

    • Replies: @Diversity Heretic
  28. @Anonymous

    Good rejoinder, sir. (But please do pick a screen name.)

    Convenient how Vincy extols blind obedience to the Bible, but then throws in your face an example of wisely NOT following the new testament’s absurd, suicidal advice. How does that work?

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  29. @Anonymous

    Yeah, you lost me there. Lots of twisted statements in both OT and NT, that are hard to “interpret” or explain away, but how is that passage immoral or unwise?

    Would you want people to kill or beat a woman for being a prostitute, or love her and help her out of that life?

    That’s not turning the other cheek to hostile people, that’s basic compassion done without harm to the people showing the compassion.

    And whatever Jesus’s faults, do you really find it funny to revel in his torture on a cross? I wouldn’t enjoy or praise that for anyone, even our enemies.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  30. @Prester John

    Let’s be serious about our survival. If the fed gov outlawed abortion and actually enforced the ban somewhat effectively — highly unlikely — which people would we quickly get tens of millions more of?

    How would we fare, in terms of pure physical safety, with tens of millions more such hostile, aggressive people on the streets?

    Perhaps it’s not a brilliant idea to force your avowed enemies to stop killing their offspring? It’s not defensible to maximize the number of people who will harm and sometimes kill your own children and grandchildren.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Corvinus
    , @anon
  31. Anonymous[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    As I’ve posted elsewhere, I have my doubts. There were a few creeps around during my teen years, but girls always warned each other about them.

    Ref. Blasey Ford … as a research psychologist and product of wealth and top-tier schooling, any sort of sexual misadventure would have been relished and exploited within the halls of her profession. Lots of us remember the 80s and 90s … who does she think she’s kidding?

    If a 17-year old Kavanaugh got drunk and grabbed her tits, in America of any post-1890s morality, both sexes would immediately dismiss it as drunk horseplay.

    So, the accusation is bogus, an obvious political ploy, and, at best, of dubious validity.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  32. Anonymous[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    Thanks for making the point that no society ever faithfully followed Jewsus’ lame advice. Because it’s really stupid advice to be always turning the cheek. Although the spineless Christian-dominant Republican party seems to try at all the wrong times.

    I find the etiology interesting. The most universal moral premise, found in all human society, is reciprocity — frequently referred to as “the principle of reciprocity”. It is a simple implementation of “treat others as you wish to be treated”. Quite sound, and quite functional at the tribal level. In more complex civilizations where resources are not available to everyone equally, it operates at the tribal level, and is abused to various extent beyond that.

    The “Golden Rule” is a perversion of reciprocity. Basically, it says “Do NOT treat others as they treat you; be passive.”

    Does it occur to anyone that the Golden Rule is a tool of oppression?

  33. Anonymous[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @Carroll Price

    Remember from about 20 years ago, when every other aging, out-of-work, attention-craving celebrity suddenly became traumatized after recalling being raped by her father?

    Oh, hell yeah. It’s a cyclic phenomenon. Not always “aging and out of work”, either. “Not getting enough media attention” is usually sufficient to precipitate a case of rapey dad.

  34. @RadicalCenter

    And could we please have a Supreme Court nominee from a law school other than Harvard or Yale!

    • Agree: mark green
  35. Hans says:
    @Anonymous

    LOL! Jesus the Jew! Classic. Thanks for the belly laughs. Europe enslaved for centuries worshipping the Jew.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  36. Anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:
    @RadicalCenter

    Letting a skank get away with bad behavior, like Jesus did, is unwise. Women need men to control them like men better regulate themselves. The science is settled.

    “Behavioral research has demonstrated that males have a higher capability of regulating their own and others’ emotions than females.”

    Sex-Related Neuroanatomical Basis of Emotion Regulation Ability
    journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0097071

    And can’t we poke fun at the fact that the Catholics passionately revel in the Kike on a stick to the point of pornographic fetishism? I suggest you express your concerns with images portraying torture with the local priestcraft.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  37. Anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:
    @RadicalCenter

    Abortion is optimal in the US, with abortion clinics being centered in large cities where Negroes fester. Don’t say the Democrats have never helped the White race prosper. I guess I was agreeing with liberals for all the wrong reasons.

  38. Anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hans

    More belly laughs for the cackling fool who imagines Jesus wasn’t a Jew.

    • John 4:22 “We worship what we do know, for salvation is from the Jews.”
    • Acts 3:25 “He said to Abraham, ‘Through your offspring all peoples on earth will be blessed.’”
    • Romans 1:16 “The Jew first.”
    • Romans 9:4 “The people of Israel, chosen.”
    • Romans 15:27 “For if the Gentiles have shared in the Jews’ spiritual blessings, they owe it to the Jews to share with them their material blessings.”
    • Philippians 3:3 For it is we [Christians] who are the Circumcision.

    Are you not entertained?

    • Replies: @Hans
  39. @RadicalCenter

    I never extol blind obedience to the Bible. I think people ought to know exactly which rules they’re breaking.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  40. @Anonymous

    the Catholics passionately revel in the Kike on a stick to the point of pornographic fetishism?

    That’s just Madonna, and she stopped being even nominally Catholic years ago.

    • LOL: Mike P
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  41. @Longfisher

    ‘…It didn’t work for Anita Hill and it won’t work for Ford either. That’s especially so as Ford’s story is far less credible than was Hill’s.’

    But Clarence Thomas was black. That gave him at least some cover.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  42. @Anonymous

    And just in time….

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6186079/Classmate-claims-Kavanaugh-accusers-sex-attack-claim-spoken-days-school.html

    Either she told everyone or she told no one. Which is it?

    And why didn’t anybody bring this up when he first started advancing professionally? “Hey, isn’t that the sumbitch who,” etc. Hometown creeps get remembered just like hometown heroes. Everybody acknowledged Michael Skakel was a creep except the Kennedys.

    • Replies: @Iberiano
  43. Anonymous[262] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    The Jew Testament very clearly extols blind obedience/blind faith. Why do you never?

    • “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” John 20:29
    • “Believing though not seeing.” 1 Peter 1:8
    • “Conviction of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1
    • “Faith, not by sight.” 2 Corinthians 5:7

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  44. Anonymous[350] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Madonna didn’t install the Crucifix above the main altar in St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in northwest Oklahoma City.

  45. @Anonymous

    Proverbs 1:7 New American Bible (Revised Edition) (NABRE)
    7 Fear of the Lord[a] is the beginning of knowledge;
    fools despise wisdom and discipline.

    15 The heart of the intelligent acquires knowledge,
    and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge.[a]
    16 Gifts clear the way for people,
    winning access to the great.
    17 Those who plead the case first seem to be in the right;
    then the opponent comes and cross-examines them.[b]

    Of course we are supposed to learn about our faith, not just swallow it unthinkingly.

    As for blind obedience, remember the son who blindly agreed to do what his father asked, then forgot about it, and the other one who talked back, then thought better of it and did what his father said? Which one was blind? And which one was obedient?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  46. densa says:

    No, she doesn’t need to be heard. There is no credibility in an allegation made for political purpose. Even IF her story was true, there is a statute of limitations on even the worst crimes, which this clearly was not. It is time for all the convenient false memories to be given the consideration they actually deserve, which is none.

    No real news paper should even publish her claim. No real politician should traffic in it. The Democrats are taking us back to the days of inquisition and witch hunts. They should be ashamed but they have none.

  47. MarkinLA says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Even if there was a party that they were both at it could have been something like them passing in a doorway and him trying to kiss her (or her thinking he was) with her pushing him away. Over time, in her mind, it became attempted rape. this would be why Kavanaugh says it didn’t happen and doesn’t remember.

    Middle aged women do seem to have crazy false memories about sex. An acquaintance told me about how one day he came home from work and his wife told him she was having an affair with the neighbor and was leaving him. The neighbor said she was nuts and had never talked to her for more than a few moments. Now they are divorced and she is spending tons of money on a lawyer to find all the money she thinks he is hiding from her.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  48. Corvinus says:
    @RadicalCenter

    “Let’s be serious about our survival. If the fed gov outlawed abortion and actually enforced the ban somewhat effectively — highly unlikely — which people would we quickly get tens of millions more of?”

    Welcome to Eugenics. Clearly, you lack any scruples here regarding the preservation of God’s children, regardless if them are darkies.

  49. Anonymous[934] • Disclaimer says:
    @MarkinLA

    Now they are divorced and she is spending tons of money on a lawyer to find all the money she thinks he is hiding from her.

    Been there! She got so mad that she couldn’t find the ‘hidden’ money, she moved back in.

  50. Meanwhile, back at the US military base overseas:

    Bitch, Slut, or Dyke?

    by James G. Bruen, Jr.

    http://www.culturewars.com/2009/Bitch.htm

    Women “have reshaped life on bases across Iraq and Afghanistan,” the Times informs us, “without the disruption of discipline and unit cohesion that some feared would unfold.” . . . “Opponents of integrating women in combat zones long feared that sex would mean the end of American military prowess. But now birth control is available … reflecting a widely accepted reality that soldiers have sex at outposts across Iraq.”

    Who knew the benefits contraception would bring to the military? Now women can be trained to kill as warriors while also helping to keep male combat troops content. The slogan of the ‘60s has been altered by today’s military: Make Love at War.

    Not all women in the military embrace this dual meaning of the word “servicewoman”. “You’re a bitch, a slut or a dyke — or you’re married, but even if you’re married, you’re still probably one of the three,” Staff Sgt. Patricia Bradford, a psyops soldier, told the newspaper. She characterized herself as a bitch, which, she indicated, helped deflect slights and derision.

    “At the outset of the war, the introduction of women,” the Times says, “raised fears not just of abuse or harassment, but also of sex and pregnancy. The worst of those fears, officers say, have not materialized.”

    What is “the worst of those fears” that didn’t materialize? Abuse and harassment? Nope, that’s prevalent. “Sexual harassment in a still-predominantly male institution remains a problem,” the Times assures us. “So does sexual assault.” Thus, “as a precaution, women are advised to travel in pairs, particularly in smaller bases.” The women “face sexual discrimination and rape, and counselors and rape kits are now common in war zones.”

    Is increased sexual activity the worst fear that didn’t materialize? Nope, sexual activity is rampant, too. “In fact, sex in America’s war zones is fairly common, soldiers say, and has not generally proved disruptive.” Ah, those contented military beneficiaries of contraception. In fact, in April, “the latest iteration of General Order No. 1, the rules governing the behavior of soldiers in Iraq broadly, quietly relaxed the explicit prohibition on sex in a war zone, though it still bars sex with Iraqis.”

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  51. Anonymous[341] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Do you fear Yahweh [translated "Lord" in your Proverbs reference above], the Jewish deity?

    Or Theos, the Greek deity?
    ["Theos always geometrizes." Plato / "No one is good (at math? LOL) but Theos alone." Mark 10:18]

    Or Uranus, the son and husband of Gaia, who announced Jesus’ presence?
    ["And lo a voice from Ouranos/Uranus, saying..." Matthew 3:17]

    Or God/Gawd/Gad/Gott/Godin/Odin/Woden/Wotan, the Teutonic/Phoenician deity about whom Yahweh seems rather jealous?
    ["But you who forsake Yahweh, who forget my holy mountain, who prepare a table for God..." Isaiah 65:11]

    Oh, and don’t forget, “Thou shalt have no other Elohim before thee.” Always have to have icing for the cake. :)

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  52. Anonymous[292] • Disclaimer says:
    @SolontoCroesus

    The military guys I know say pregnancy is used by split-tails as a contra-deployment strategy.

    And the Navy experience seems different than what you mentioned.

    Deployed US Navy Has a Pregnancy Problem, and It’s Getting Worse

    http://stream.org/deployed-us-navy-pregnancy-problem-getting-worse/

    Maybe it’s just an old tale that women on ships bring bad luck. Or basic biology.

  53. Anonymous[331] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    Good genes are bad to those without them.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  54. @Corvinus

    ‘…Welcome to Eugenics. Clearly, you lack any scruples here regarding the preservation of God’s children, regardless if them are darkies.’

    Corvinus! I never realized how pious you were.

    What church do you attend?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  55. @Anonymous

    Indeed, even though there are so-called gods in heaven and on earth (there are, to be sure, many “gods” and many “lords”),
    6
    * yet for us there is

    one God, the Father,

    from whom all things are and for whom we exist,

    and one Lord, Jesus Christ,

    through whom all things are and through whom we exist.d

    I haven’t the slightest fear of Uranus, although I wish you’d get your head out of it.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  56. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    That’s the wrong image, Scroll down. Look to the right. Refer to “Desirable Traits In Women”. Most hot blooded guys prefer the one on the left. You?

    https://universeofthearts.weebly.com/science–technology-ethics.html

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  57. Corvinus says:
    @Colin Wright

    “What church do you attend?”

    Actually, the question is what church do YOU attend.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  58. @Corvinus

    ‘Actually, the question is what church do YOU attend.’

    ? I fail to see why that’s the question, but I don’t go to church.

    If you read the responses to my posts, it would appear that I am Jewish, actually.

    Undercover, of course. But my disguise doesn’t fool some.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  59. Anonymous[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    I see what you did there. So you’re saying all the Jew Testament references to the Greek deity Uranus [pronounced ooh-ra-noos, not your-anus], of which there are 278 occurrences in the Jew Testament, are mere sophomoric humor. Who knew?

    But we give thanks to Christine Blasey Ford and Rosamond Vincy for showing us why females can’t be taken seriously in a man’s world of important matters. You both should shut up. And Sean Connery knows how it’s best done.

    “An open-handed slap is justified – if all other alternatives fail and there has been plenty of warning. If a woman is a bitch, or hysterical, or bloody-minded continually, then I’d do it.” (Sean Connery, 1965)

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  60. @Corvinus

    I have scruples first and foremost about the preservation of MY children.

    Do you claim that Americans of any race would be safe with fifty million more mostly fatherless, impoverished, African-“Americans” in the USA? Yes or no.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  61. Hans says:
    @Anonymous

    Wow! There it is! Thanks, Ross. LOL

  62. Corvinus says:
    @RadicalCenter

    “I have scruples first and foremost about the preservation of MY children.”

    Which is noble and appropriate. But in order to remain consistent about preserving the sanctity of God’s children, i.e. human life, one ensures that abortion is not the preferred option for one race over another race.

    “Do you claim that Americans of any race would be safe with fifty million more mostly fatherless, impoverished, African-“Americans” in the USA? Yes or no.”

    I claim that we don’t really know if we would be more safe or less safe with more babies being born by women who, for a lack of better term, were “forced” to have that child.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  63. Corvinus says:
    @Colin Wright

    “I fail to see why that’s the question, but I don’t go to church.”

    OK, synagogue?

    “If you read the responses to my posts, it would appear that I am Jewish, actually.”

    Sorry to hear that. You do realize that “your kind” is the scourge of all of the world’s problems, at least according to the fine posters here at unz.com. /sarcasm

    How are you repairing that reputation?

  64. Anonymous[358] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    Iceland has nearly eliminated Down Syndrome 100% by screening and aborting affected fetuses.

    But Corvinus thinks we don’t have enough Down Syndrome, because Magical Jew. Not that Corvinus is against killing. If you cut grass on the Kike’s Sabbath, well…

    Exodus 31:15 Whoever does any work on the Sabbath day is to be put to death.

    Again, because Magical Jew, the ultimate “argument.”

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  65. ..and, led by the Guardian, we all march firmly into surreal-land.

    ”No accident’ Brett Kavanaugh’s female law clerks ‘looked like models’, Yale professor told students

    Guardian learns Amy Chua said she would advise students on their physical looks to help win post in Kavanaugh’s chambers’

    In other words, Kavanaugh may have been susceptible to the charms of good-looking women.

    I see.

  66. @Anonymous

    There, there, dear, sit down and have a cuppa. You men get so emotional.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @Anonymous
  67. @Colin Wright

    Political sabotage won’t be enough. They won’t be happy until they break up his marriage.

  68. @Rosamond Vincy

    ‘There, there, dear, sit down and have a cuppa. You men get so emotional.’

    I do not get emotional!!!!

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  69. @Colin Wright

    Kicked in the telly again, did you? Somebody needs a nap, I think.

  70. Anonymous[733] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Stupid girls do to the Unz comment section and government what stupid girls do to college: dumb everything down to their level…

    The more girls in a college, the lower the average IQ of its students

    http://www.randalolson.com/2014/06/25/average-iq-of-students-by-college-major-and-gender-ratio/

    Like even ESPN recognizes…

    The lesson here, as always: Women ruin everything.

    http://proxy.espn.com/espn/page2/story?id=1280529

    Even the ancient Greeks knew it…

    Assemblywomen (Greek: Ἐκκλησιάζουσαι Ekklesiazousai; also translated as, Congresswomen, Women in Parliament, Women in Power, and A Parliament of Women) is a comedy written by the Greek playwright Aristophanes in 391 BCE.

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

  71. @Anonymous

    Sorry you don’t like women. Pity you can’t teleport to ancient Greece and hang out with Plato and his buds, among whom that sort of thing was considered perfectly acceptable.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  72. @Colin Wright

    ‘…In other words, Kavanaugh may have been susceptible to the charms of good-looking women…’

    It gets worse. Not that it would be wrong in the first place, but someone elsewhere pulled up some photos of Kavanaugh’s female law clerks. There’s no discernable bias in favor of looks at all. Of three in one photo, only one could be described as good looking.

    This is ridiculous. Just how clean is this guy? So far, all we’ve got is the incredible discovery that as a seventeen year old, he may have had sexual urges.

  73. Anonymous[183] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    That sort of thing, i.e., knowing a woman’s place, was perfectly acceptable with Jewsus too, bitch.

    Jesus calls a Canaanite woman a dog http://unholybible.wordpress.com/2007/01/31/jesus-calls-a-canaanite-woman-a-dog/

  74. @Anonymous

    ‘…Stupid girls do to the Unz comment section and government what stupid girls do to college: dumb everything down to their level…’

    ‘I find your misogyny…disturbing.’

    Even if what you say is true, and even if some explanations that didn’t imply women Were less intelligent than men didn’t immediately spring to mind, it’s just rude to say so unnecessarily while addressing a woman.

    Why?

    I guess I’m old-fashioned, but the hostility strikes me as…sad. It’s normal to like women. This doesn’t mean you want to hop into the sack with every one you meet, and it doesn’t even mean you get along with them. Still less does it mean that you don’t have a fine collection of rampantly ‘sexist’ attitudes, theories, and beliefs.

    But it does mean that you like women — or rather, I do. In principle — usually in practice. I like various things — women among them. Therefore, it’s wrong to be gratuitiously rude to them. What’s the point? The implied bitterness is depressing.

  75. Anonymous[997] • Disclaimer says:
    @Colin Wright

    Ah, the bitter clinger shtick. Does it get your panties in a bunch that I’m gun-totin’ goyim too, kike?

    • LOL: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  76. @Anonymous

    BTW, I have not only read The Assemblywomen, I have performed Lysistrata. I think Aristophanes’ point was not that women ruin everything, but that men during the Peloponnesian War were doing such a p1$$-poor job that a bunch of drunken housewives couldn’t do any worse.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  77. @Colin Wright

    Poor man, he’s just lonely.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  78. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    What an inept liar you are.

    “This [feminine] rule will ruin you.” -Blepyrus, husband of Praxagora

    Parliament of Whores
    By Aristophanes
    Written 390 B.C.E

    http://classics.mit.edu/Aristophanes/eccles.html

    Like ESPN told us 2400 years later, women ruin everything.

  79. Anonymous[324] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    More lies. Not only are you an inept liar, you’re a pathological, i.e., habitual or compulsive, liar. You are stupid. You can’t debate. You don’t address anything directly. You resort to argumentum ad hominem. And you can’t even be clever about that, you just tell childish lies. That’s sad.

  80. The Supreme Court is wrong. Judicial review is not in the constitution. The Supreme Court should be abolished. It is always horrible.

  81. You are a sick Trumpite who has come to life with this right wing sickness in this country. You support shit like Ray Moore who is the lowest of the low because he supports your garbage. Your hatred comes out by Doing the Old Patrick Buchanan sickness with Jews. Without knowing any of the facts, you call it a fake story. Just wave your flag and let Trump make millions for his friends while you continue working at your lowly job.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  82. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    “Iceland has nearly eliminated Down Syndrome 100% by screening and aborting affected fetuses.”

    So it would seem to you that getting rid of children who have Down’s Syndrome is a good thing. Did you consult with God?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  83. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    “Given the seriousness of the charges? Why so serious? Women love fantasies of rape, that’s why they concoct stories of it, read their bodice-ripper novels, and consume vast amounts of brutal rape and BDSM porn online, way more than men.”

    We should have known with you linking to Heartiste, a single man who detests marriage and children. Chick lit genres are not “rape fantasies”, as it is a patently serious misnomer. Such works are designed exclusively for women to fantasize about being taken by force unexpectedly…with someone they have feelings for. In an idealized “pretend scenario”, men and women experience the rawest sex in no way intruded by any viscerally felt sense of peril. It’s a controlled situation, it’s consensual, and it’s agreed-to aggression. Actual rape is not a fantasy, it’s a violent act by cowardly men. As far as the fugly female journalists attempting to “recast the social order to make themselves rank higher in the hotness hierarchy”, that is manosphere claptrap.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  84. @Anonymous

    Women ruin everything they enter, from politics to poker.

    To paradise.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  85. Anonymous[202] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    So it would seem that you enjoy seeing children suffer. The same argument, that medicine interferes with God’s will, has been proffered by religious fanatics like yourself since medicine began.

    Let’s dial up Jehovah anyway.

    • Job 3:3 “Let the day perish wherein I was born, and the night in which it was said, There is a man child conceived.”

    • Ecclesiastes 4:2-3 “I declared that the dead, who had already died, are happier than the living, who are still alive. But better than both is the one who has never been born, who has not seen the evil that is done under the sun.”

    • Jeremiah 20:14-18 “Cursed be the day on which I was born: let not the day on which my mother bore me be blessed. Cursed be the man…because he slew me not from the womb; so that my mother might have been my grave and her womb always great. Why did I come out of the womb to see labour and sorrow?”

    Problem?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  86. Anonymous[254] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    Science gives lie to your feminist drivel.

    …I was presenting that the rape fantasy is exceedingly common among women, with as many as 25-40% of women endorsing some form of this fantasy, at least once in their lives. (Fellow PT blogger Michael Castleman has a wonderful article with further statistics and research on the prevalence of this fantasy.)

    Some women who have experienced the tragedy of sexual assault go on to be tormented by tremendous psychological turmoil over sexual fantasies of rape and forceful sex. They describe being angry and upset with themselves, confused that they and their bodies are responding with sexual arousal to a fantasy similar to an event that was so traumatic and devastating.

    Many women (and not a few men) I’ve spoken to over the years have disclosed to me their personal fantasies of being forced to have sex, usually with embarrassment, shame, and fear. They struggle over what this fantasy means, about them as a person, as a woman or a man, as a victim. Women have told me that they struggle with being a feminist, and yet still getting aroused at the idea of being taken by a man, against their will.

    The Rape Fantasy
    David J. Ley Ph.D.

    http://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/women-who-stray/201012/the-rape-fantasy

  87. Corvinus says:

    “Science gives lie to your feminist drivel.”

    Not quite. And, of course, you only offered certain quotes without the relevant context. Ley is referring to these rape fantasies as being a form of therapy, rather than a rape fantasy to derive pleasure. A woman is raped. She relives the rape in a way to reestablish control over her sexuality and recovering from the traumatic event. The arousal they experience is the result of reclaiming their womanhood–she “gets off” not because of the rapist thrusts, but by someone they conjure up that replaces the rapist with someone they know.

    Ley says, “In such fantasies, victims are rarely, in my experience, putting themselves in the mind or place of the aggressor. Instead, they are playing the role of the victim, but in a manner in which they are in charge – it’s happening in their head, in their control, under the power of their imagination.”

    Better luck next time, dear.

    Now, on a absolutely serious note here, do you believe the raping of women is an immoral and illegal act? Yes or no.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  88. anonymous[202] • Disclaimer says:
    @jacques sheete

    Indeed, Paradise Lost, because greedily she engorged without restraint.

    To the woman also he said: I will multiply thy sorrows, and thy conceptions: in sorrow shalt thou bring forth children, and thou shalt be under thy husband’s power, and he shall have dominion over thee.

    Corvinus considers Genesis 3:16 to be “manosphere drivel.”

    Rosamond Vincy is sure Genesis 3:16 was written because “men were doing such a p1$$-poor job.”

    Colin Wright chides the author of Genesis 3:16 by whining the “implied bitterness is depressing.”

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  89. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    “So it would seem that you enjoy seeing children suffer.”

    Since when do children with Down’s Syndrome do not “suffer”, considering the love and affection they are given by their parents, siblings, and friends?

    Furthermore, do you really think that getting rid of children who have Down’s Syndrome is a good thing?

    “The same argument, that medicine interferes with God’s will, has been proffered by religious fanatics like yourself since medicine began.”

    Not a religious fanatic, just religious. Furthermore, medicine does NOT interfere with God’s will.

    Colossians 4:14, “Luke the beloved physician greets you, as does Demas.” Clearly, Paul was ecstatic to have a doctor traveling with him, a man he obviously trusted and someone who was not interfering nor intruding upon God’s sovereign plan for Paul’s health. Paul regarded Luke’s ability as a gift from God Himself, especially when providing salves and oils to cure sickness.

    “Problem?”

    Indeed. All you did was offer three Bible passages without any commentary or context. Get to work, you have a ton of explaining to do.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  90. Anonymous[259] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    Has anybody got Corvinus’ Rorschach Broad webpage to load? If it’s between Mary Ann and Ginger, I pick the later. Cuz I’m hot blooded, check it and see, I got a fever of a hundred and three.

  91. Anonymous[259] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    Didn’t know a fellow could twist things out of context so much by appealing to a single cherry-picked sentence of the author’s conjecture, while skipping over the other possible explanations proffered. Try harder next time.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  92. @Anonymous

    ‘Ah, the bitter clinger shtick. Does it get your panties in a bunch that I’m gun-totin’ goyim too, kike?’

    Ah, to treasure and remember. This one’s definitely suitable for framing.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Rosamond Vincy
  93. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    “Didn’t know a fellow could twist things out of context so much by appealing to a single cherry-picked sentence of the author’s conjecture, while skipping over the other possible explanations proffered. Try harder next time.”

    It takes guts for you to admit that you were decidedly in error. Whether or not you will continue on this trajectory remains to be seen.

    Now, the next thing is to answer this question–Do you believe the raping of women is an immoral and illegal act? Yes or no.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  94. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    Downs doesn’t impacts how a person looks and their ability to think, learn, and reason negatively? You’re in denial. See Do the Mentally Retarded Suffer From Affective Illness? Archives of General Psychiatry, or something similar. Your bromides don’t begin to match. Yes, they are suffering from a disease, even if love eases their suffering.

    Medicine does interfere with God’s will, in the opinion of many Christians, throughout the history of modern medicine. It’s pretty simple to find examples. You can’t deny historical reality by finding a bible verse that might contradict a Christian’s opinion, but that can be done with nearly any Christian opinion. Try harder next time.

    A ton of explaining? Volumes of commentaries? LOL The Bible always needs that when you’re in disagreement with it. If you don’t understand the context, you’re just revealing your own obtuseness, or more likely, that my biblical rejoinder has you floored, and you don’t want to admit you got bested.

    So quit playing games. You’re not doing a good job at it anyway.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    , @Corvinus
  95. Anonymous[655] • Disclaimer says:
    @Colin Wright

    Good, my right jolly spirits have lifted you from your former depression, and you express your gratitude for the treasure I provided you with cash.

    Maybe I’m half-Jew or somethin’. LOL

  96. Anonymous[250] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    I didn’t admit error, because I made none. Don’t try putting words in my mouth. What is it with you, are you low IQ? Retarded? Need glasses? And if you can’t figure out if rape is a crime on your own, I don’t think I can help you. Did you get hit with the dumb club? Or are you trying to play Pharisee? Or maybe Diane Feinswine?

    John 8:6 This they said to test him, that they might have some charge to bring against him.

    Now, the next thing is to answer this question–Do you have any characteristics parallel to Diane Feinswine? Yes or no. ANSWER THE QUESTION! :)

    P.S. Isn’t it interesting that you’re acting just like a Democrat?

    • Replies: @asfadf
    , @Corvinus
  97. asfadf says:
    @Anonymous

    Why does anyone engage this Corfagus clown? He’s clearly a troll–has been for years–just ignore
    and/or block.

  98. @Colin Wright

    Doesn’t like Catholics, doesn’t like Jews, doesn’t like women….. Guess we won’t be lonely here in Unz Coventry.

  99. @anonymous

    12 He heard this and said, “Those who are well do not need a physician, but the sick do.[a

    • Replies: @anonymous
  100. Anon[244] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Laughing here. Spot on. A girl would have told someone. Plus, where I grew up, no chance in hell you would end up in “a bedroom” in somebody’s parents ‘ house. Bedrooms were off-boundaries at house parties and that in itself would have caused a lot of gossiping…

  101. anonymous[304] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Only an intellectual lightweight like yourself would imagine that quoting a single favorable verse somehow erases centuries of anti-science, anti-medicine Church history. Here’s reality:

    The Christian ideal was that women should die rather than allow themselves to be helped by a physician. Some women won their sainthood for doing no more than declining medical assistance. In the fourth century Saint Gorgonia, the daughter of two saints, was trampled by a team of mules, causing multiple broken bones and crushed internal organs. She would not see a doctor, as she thought it indecent. According to Christian sources this modesty miraculously cured her, and a second such self-healing miracle assured her sainthood.

    The Progress of Medicine and Science

    http://www.badewsaboutchristianity.com/gg0_medicine.htm#dark

    I suppose you think women dying from deliberate lack of medical care is true love of the female, amirite?

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  102. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    “I didn’t admit error, because I made none. Don’t try putting words in my mouth.”

    Wow, just wow. You admit you were wrong, which was a big step for you, I compliment you for recognizing that you were wrong, and in turn you stubbornly say you did not admit you were wrong.

    Furthermore, a simple question was asked, and you refused to answer. Why? What are you afraid of?
    Here, I will ask again–Do you believe the raping of women is an immoral and illegal act? Yes or no.

    “P.S. Isn’t it interesting that you’re acting just like a Democrat?”

    Actually, I’m acting like an American who makes his own decisions about politics, race, and culture. You?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  103. @anonymous

    Sorry, was distracted by the music of St. Hildegard of Bingen, who also treated physical maladies with what knowledge people had then. She specialized in herbal remedies.

    In those days, with internal injuries and broken bones, Gorgonia was a goner and knew it. She probably figured it was a waste of time as much as indecent. Even in the 18th century, a broken bone often meant infection and amputation or gangrene and death.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  104. Corvinus says:
    @anonymous

    “Downs doesn’t impacts how a person looks and their ability to think, learn, and reason negatively? You’re in denial.”

    Strawman. I did not make this statement nor imply it. Let us focus on the subject at hand rather than you deflect.

    There are two questions in the hopper for you to respond.

    1) Since when do children with Down’s Syndrome do not “suffer”, considering the love and affection they are given by their parents, siblings, and friends?

    2) Furthermore, do you really think that getting rid of children who have Down’s Syndrome is a good thing?

    “See Do the Mentally Retarded Suffer From Affective Illness? Archives of General Psychiatry, or something similar. Your bromides don’t begin to match. Yes, they are suffering from a disease, even if love eases their suffering.”

    Down syndrome (DS or DNS), also known as trisomy 21, is a genetic disorder.

    “Medicine does interfere with God’s will, in the opinion of many Christians, throughout the history of modern medicine.”

    FEW Christians, you mean. The general consensus among Christians is that when addressing sickness, they first ask the question “Are we seeking the Lord during the process of healing”?. Then, through prayer, He gives the blessing.

    It’s pretty simple to find examples.”

    Then provide something specific one, along with your original requisite commentary.

    “A ton of explaining? Volumes of commentaries? LOL The Bible always needs that when you’re in disagreement with it. If you don’t understand the context, you’re just revealing your own obtuseness, or more likely, that my biblical rejoinder has you floored, and you don’t want to admit you got bested.”

    That would be you desperately trying to deflect the situation. It’s now put up or shut up time. You offered three passages, which is a start. Now you have the obligation to explain how and why those passages lend support to your contention, rather than for us to assume that the context is self-evident.

  105. Anonymous[982] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    I showed you how you were wrong. You have yet to admit it. Who is stubborn? You. Who is refusing to answer questions? You.

    Who is psychologically projecting? You, pathetically.

    But I can see why you’re focused so intensely on me, personally. You’re such a horrid person that you can’t figure out if rape is illegal or not. That’s sad.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  106. Anonymous[982] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    You’re still in denial that Christianity was against medicine. But why not, you’re already proven a pathological liar. I suppose you can’t quit.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  107. Anon[103] • Disclaimer says:

    It looks like the Ford accusations were a preplanned hit on the part of a Democratic operative and Obama-Clinton advisor by the name of Ricki Seidman. Someone has audio of this person discussing all this way back in July.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-21/kavanaugh-accusation-orchestrated-hit-involving-fmr-anita-hill-adviser-new-audio

    Another Jew manipulating a goy.

  108. anon[115] • Disclaimer says:
    @RadicalCenter

    Let’s say that’s true.
    Then the people behind the push to overturn Roe v Wade are also aware of this.
    Who are these people.
    The same people who get massive Government funding to resettle Africans in White areas.
    Seeing a pattern there?
    Good.
    Think Kavanaugh is being promoted to help the White Race?
    Think again.

  109. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    “I showed you how you were wrong.”

    So you choose to double down yet again. Aren’t you tired of being intellectually road graded?

    “You’re such a horrid person that you can’t figure out if rape is illegal or not. That’s sad.”

    Actually, I know that rape is illegal and immoral. The question posed to you is do YOU believe that rape is illegal and immoral.

    Interesting how you refuse to directly answer a very simple question.

  110. @Anonymous

    Jesus and his apostles healed many people–even on the Sabbath.
    St. Luke was a physician.
    Poor people with ailments could be treated for free at many Abbeys and Convents before the Dissolution of the Monasteries.
    What Bible are you reading? What history are you citing?

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @Jonathan Mason
  111. Rurik says:
    @A true American

    You are a sick Trumpite who has come to life with this right wing sickness in this country. You support shit like Ray Moore who is the lowest of the low because he supports your garbage. Your hatred comes out by Doing the Old Patrick Buchanan sickness with Jews. Without knowing any of the facts, you call it a fake story. Just wave your flag and let Trump make millions for his friends while you continue working at your lowly job.

    it is entertaining how much projection you find in the comments

    I’ll post this just for you, A true American

    Enjoy!

  112. Hibernian says:
    @Anonymous

    You have serious problems.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  113. Hibernian says:
    @Colin Wright

    Back then I think a fair number of white people found it easier to believe that a black man engaged in that behavior.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  114. Anonymous[184] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hibernian

    True, I’m surrounded by duped White men who imagine a magical Jewish Rabbi can “save” them.

    “Two great European narcotics, alcohol and Christianity.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche

  115. anonymous[184] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    The well-established history you’re conveniently ignoring.

    Among the first Roman institutions to be dispensed with were those of law and medicine.

    Medieval Medicine: The Dark Ages https://www.healthguidance.org/entry/6343/1/Medieval-Medicine-The-Dark-Ages.html

  116. @Rosamond Vincy

    Jesus and his apostles healed many people–even on the Sabbath.

    It is hard to find a doctor who is open on a Saturday in the United States, even in the Bible belt.

    Jesus founded the first open 24 hours walk-in clinic where he regularly performed miracles including resuscitation, but he seems to have specialized in mental illness, visual and hearing disorders, otoplasty, and skin disorders, and other than leprosy did not treat infectious diseases.

    He rarely administered medication, although transforming water into wine was a popular party trick that went down well at weddings and other community functions. Other popular services include large scale catering, and fishing location consulting. He also performed a conjuring trick in which it appeared that a fish was caught with a coin in its mouth.

    Some of his stunts, like walking on water have never been replicated, though it has been tried.

    http://granitegrok.com/blog/2018/09/fake-hurricane-news-cnn-busted-again

    He never requested proof of insurance, asking only that his pro bono patients would publicize his Name on social media.

    Unfortunately no one has ever followed in his footsteps.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  117. @Hibernian

    ‘…Back then I think a fair number of white people found it easier to believe that a black man engaged in that behavior…’

    ? That’s a bit of a non-sequitur. Clarence Thomas was confirmed in the end. Whether Kavanaugh will be has yet to be seen.

  118. Jesus founded the first open 24 hours walk-in clinic where he regularly performed miracles

    I know some people will find my approach to reading the Bible a bit blasphemous, but as a recovering Christian who remains still somewhat sympathetic to Christianity, for example extremely useful for putting the fear of God into Children, even after faith in Santa Claus has lapsed, one of my chief beefs with contemporary preachers, as in on TV in the US, is that they make no attempt to explain the Bible in modern terms to modern people, but speak as if Jesus constantly walked around three feet off the ground demanding that people believed in his Name or they could go to hell.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  119. MBlanc46 says:
    @Colin Wright

    That’s it’s wrong to be gratuitously wrong is practically tautological. However, almost every remark I make to a woman that she finds “offensive” is richly deserved.

  120. @Jonathan Mason

    Sometimes He asked his pro bono patients not to tell anyone, which of course had the same effect.

    We don’t know what Peter’s mother-in-law was sick with–flu, perhaps?–but we do know that when Jesus healed her, her first action was to play hostess to her famous Guest. I’d say there’s a certain amount of veracity in an account of a Jewish mother wanting to feed people the minute she’s back on her feet.

  121. @Jonathan Mason

    I’ve been told that Koine is very unpoetic business-speak, not the rolling phrases of the KJV or the Douay-Rheims, as lovely as those are. So your approach isn’t far off.

    Sounds like you have more of a problem with certain Christians than with Christ.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  122. Iberiano says:
    @Rosamond Vincy

    Well she didn’t realize he was going to be THAT important!

    The only way men are going to combat this is, as we saw with some #meToo’ers, is to counter-complain, not necessarily the specific man being victimized, but if other men come forward of their own stories about these same specific women. The one in California was too ironic–she was desperately trying to get some _____ and it was all made public, after she had been harping on about #metoo, which turned out to be a confession of sorts on her end.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  123. @anonymous

    ‘…Colin Wright chides the author of Genesis 3:16 by whining the “implied bitterness is depressing.” ‘

    No… Actually, I didn’t chide God.

    I chided you. I observed that at the end of the day, I basically like women, which I regard as normal, while you appear to hate them, which strikes me as pathetic.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  124. Anonymous[107] • Disclaimer says:
    @Colin Wright

    The only thing here pathetic is you, Jew. You can’t argue, so you resort to womanly chiding. When are you going to get a pair?

  125. @Rosamond Vincy

    Well, there is a bit more to it than that. It is a bit hard to know exactly what Jesus was like or what he actually said, or claimed to be, since the Gospels contradict each other in almost every detail.

    In addition consider that as a highly intelligent man, he had to tailor his message to his uneducated followers. He seems to have been a kind of Martin Luther of his time, leading a protest against the profitable practice of having to change regular money into church money to buy animals for religious sacrifices, a bit like the mediaeval practice of selling pardons which was lampooned by rhyming rapper Jeff C.

    The first revolution in the Jewish religion had been to abolish human sacrifice, and replace it with roasting animals, which was practical as they could then be eaten by the priesthood. Jesus went a step further and abolished animal sacrifice, saying that it was all a rip off.

    St. Paul saw the light and took it to religion Mark III, saying that meditating on the death of Jesus was just as good as offering up sacrifices, in fact better. This Doctrine of the Atonement is huge in US protestant circles and the sacrifice can be augmented by voluntarily handing over 10% of gross income to the church (or going to hell, whichever is most convenient).

    I personally think that God is above all this and that rather than offering up stuff to get better weather or reduce global warming, it is better to perform scientific research into the Creation to see how it works and make tweaks.

    However churches do provide a community function and free musical and choral activities, and my kids go to the church out back of my house mainly for the doughnuts provided at half time.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
  126. @Jonathan Mason

    rather than offering up stuff to get better weather or reduce global warming

    He desires mercy, not sacrifice. He wants us to treat each other decently.

  127. @Iberiano

    ‘The only way men are going to combat this is, as we saw with some #meToo’ers, is to counter-complain…’

    I’d see this not as combatting the problem, but worsening it.

    People do have sexual desires, and they are going to come out. Obviously, certain extremes have to be barred (rape, incest, adults seducing children) but past that, it’s really not a situation that’s going to be improved by publicizing and condemning every supposed transgression, no matter how trivial, distant in the past, or desired by all concerned.

    So no, I’m not going to publically complain if I discover my local councilwoman is having a relationship with the seventeen year old boy who mows her lawn. I’m going to figure it’s none of my business.

    A key concept here is that there is a wide gulf between approval and condemnation. There are lots of behaviors — including many sexual ones — that we might or might not choose to endorse, but that we’re better off tolerating. It’s just not going to work to try to stamp out sex.

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