FK – How do we know the universe didn’t end? The hard drive has been re-booted multiple times now…
The question is who or what is behind all the anti-cern/science/evolution/ and ‘flat-earth’ propaganda? Is it all just distraction or are there people with money who are really that stupid?
Wait, they spent millions to build a ‘creation science(young Earth) museum here in Kentucky and are now building an Ark.
We’re still a very primitive species and we still exist in a very dark age.
FK – Millions have been existing in a ‘parallel universe’ for thousands of years:
FK – The ancient tribal religion ‘interpreted’ via the ancient tribal propaganda evolved from earlier versions that required child, human and animal sacrifice. It’s disgusting and pathetic to think that millions, no wait, billions, are still willfully ignorant enough to take it literally.
What did those who ‘created’ us in ‘their’ image do to keep us believing in such tripe, insert a stupidity or slave gene?
So they’re gonna ‘prove’ the ancient mythology via modern construction techniques/tools/materials and models? They should’ve wasted their millions on an actual craft that could float around the world and collect two of each kind from each continent and cram them all in there. That would be an interesting and useful experiment.
All our tools haven’t made the primates that much smarter.
Part two of this:
FK – Intellectually no one with a conscience can promote willful ignorance and the idea that some sadistic asshole that was patterned after the ancient tyrannical kings that told their subjects/slaves “Obey me or I’m going to torture/kill you,” is worthy of being ‘served'(worshiped) by anyone, especially its victims that it obviously considers to be slaves.
The fact that the ‘special tribe,’ named so by itself, created superior propaganda to other primitive cultures, proves it’s true. Of course. How could anyone miss that?
Yes, I love my ‘sin’ and the idea that I can ask questions of anyone or anything including the ancient tribal propaganda and those that promote it over reason and it’s sad that billions condone torturing the vast majority of humans that ever lived alive in fire forever, probably them as well since “few there be that find it,’ despite the ‘blood sacrifice’ the ignorant ancients thought necessary to cleanse them of their sins.
The ancient tribal propaganda doesn’t ‘say’ a lot of things. In fact it’s a very poor history. The OT, or the ‘torah’ reads like a history of the victors, or as we’d say now, PR, for our ‘war on terror’ where we’re fighting the ‘bad guys’ for ‘democracy.’ Simple solutions for simple minds. Now it’s being turned into conjecture and excuses. No surprises there.
What’s the real reason for this? What in the human psyche makes it want to control others and how they think, act, feel? Is it just a concern for the stability of social structure?
Movies and works of fiction or literature, like the ancient tribal propaganda, are often ‘inspired by true events.’ That’s how that works.
In all the ancient tribal propaganda and the later version that most of ‘god’s chosen’ still reject as blasphemy only once did ‘god’ go to the trouble of actually writing down what he wanted his sheeple to know. When he sent his son he didn’t even provide him an allowance so he could hire a secretary so his words weren’t written down until decades later, in four different versions, from human memory, which everyone knows is infallible.
Might want to watch this:
FK – I long thought he was probably telling the truth. Regardless, too many ‘professionals’ have seen these objects and it’s easy to imagine what an ignorant ancient race would make of the ‘watchers.’
The human race is a long way from growing up when so many still point to a little book of ancient tribal propaganda and say “This is all you need to know,” when human history itself proves them wrong.
This guy points out some interesting things about the ancient tribal propaganda:
FK – Don’t blindly trust everything or anything, that’s the ‘anything’ that’s in the dictionary, that you read or hear. Only a child thinks one can.