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  • I share no collective guilt with anyone. 
  • I harbor no guilt about what took place before I was born. 
  • I harbor no guilt about what took place in the USA before my grandparents emigrated here in the early 1900s. 
  • I believe in God, but I have issues with organized religion and serious issues with churches as controlling institutions. 
  • I do not believe in the moral superiority of "the mob", virtue signaling, woke-scolds and those pushing victimization as an offensive weapon.


Stating the above out in pubic today is enough to have one fired from their employment, drummed out of the academy or hit on the head with a brick.

Isn’t that how religions treat heretics? 


Paganism indeed. 


PAGANISM, CHRISTIANITY AND GEORGE FLOYD: One crucial element of the George Floyd crisis is how it has exposed the stark chasm between those who view America through the bloody lens of collective guilt and those who cherish it for its emphasis on individual innocence and guilt. Joshua Mitchell, a Georgetown University politics professor lays it out in a manner so succinct that I pray it doesn’t get him fired.






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5 mins ago, KnewBee said:

Five uses of "I",  Trump would be proud of you

A statement of beliefs, what do you believe in? 

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