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Old January 5th, 2016, 09:50 AM
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Re: "Secular" news thread

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Originally Posted by sarv_shaktimaan View Post
Zee News covered this Malda news yesterday saying we were requested to show it by many Indians on social media, and that nobody else had daring to show it.

Here's another one..

Religion of Peace casts such a spell on the mind of peacefuls such that they are actually in a different mental paradigm. It's different from a normal human's mental paradigm. It's a crooked twisted paradigm where all the sick & sadist stuff does not appear that way. Darkness appears to be light.

A normal human would not debate on whether it's right for a male to marry a female few decades younger than himself. At the most, a normal human might say there may be some reason behind such an act but a such a man CLEARLY does not deserve to be idolized. However, peacefuls will give all sorts of arguments to defend their twisted belief. From her "unknown age" to "early puberty in those times" to "his superior male prowess" to "her protection".

Many peacefuls consider aurangzeb a hero knowing very well that he tortured & murdered his brother & father. Normal humans lookup to those who shun violence and taught compassion & forgiving (eg. Buddha, ashoka, nanak or even Christ) but peacefuls consider savages as heroes. In their paradigm, the savagery is invisible. Or it appears as compassion. It's a different paradigm where a normal human would suffocate to mental death. But peacefuls feel liberated since they have been systematically pushed into that "dead" paradigm.

Jis thali mein khana usi mein ched karna seems logical in that paradigm.
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