This movie has nothing to do with vegetarianism. Why is is even posted here? (BTW, There actually IS a Christian Vegetarian Association.)
This article was not very helpful. Most people put their best foot forward when initially getting to know someone. Some people are very effective in hiding their flaws until after the relationship is well under way. Most of the behaviors listed in the article are not revealed at the initial stages.
I am just speaking from my own personal experience, which is something that you, sir, cannot dispute.
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Right on veggie gal. Everything about this film reals like a tabloid. To pull off a conspiracy like 9-11 would require liter ally hundreds if no thousands of participants. Nixon couldn't even pull off wategate, what makes anyone think Bush (who most regard as an idiot) could pull off something this huge? It just stupid to believe.
And if you don't buy that why would you think any of the bits about Freemasons and Judaism and Chsristianity is correct?
The whole argument oresented here is that since there were previous stories that were kinda like the coming, death, and resurrection of Jesus that predate Jesus that in fact Christianity must be false. How does that follow?
To give an example, in 1898 there was a fictional book called Futility written by Morgan Robertson. It told the tale of the largest ship ever made hitting an iceberg in the titanic on a cold April night. The ship was described as unsinkable and the name of the ship in the book was "Titan".
On April 15th at 2:20 am in 1912 a massive unsinkable ship, the largest ever built struck and icebg and sank. However, by the logic of the Zeitgeist creators we should summarily dismiss this story because there was a novel that described the same thing, kinda, and so this can't be true.
It's unfortunate such a video has been put up on this website but everybody makes mistakes and everybody is searching and I've been through this before. Open minds are wonderful, but there is a thoroughness and diligence to study and research before you accept any ideas. This video is designed to drive home conclusions based on an appeal to the emotion and pre-fabricated and twisted facts. it's a really bad example of agiprop and how effective it can be. and I don't know about part two and part three, I definitely know that this part one on religion oscillates between irrelevance (yeah so?) and made up nonsense. I don't care what people believe but I hope they do enough thinking for themselves, based on actual research and scholarship. Also I myself wonder what this has to do with nutrition. Check out some of the criticisms on the wikipedia page if you are interested :)
Sociopaths do put their best faces forward at first, but with mine, I still had that strange feeling that something was wrong. He seemed too interested and in a hurry to get close to me. He agreed with me too much and seemed to have everything in common then he started calling about 5-6 times a day. Some might say this is very romantic, and possibly, it could have been. I tried to ignore those little warning signs, telling myself that I was just being paranoid and his words were just so wonderful, I should believe him. On the surface, it seemed wonderful but my instincts knew something didn't seem right. I'm guessing many people know very early on, but don't realize that their instincts were right until later.
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