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Default Re: TRUMP Thinks-US 'Pastor' Who Says SATAN Created Catholic Church-is a Wonderful Ma

i'm not the most religious person at all. i do believe in god, and people who force me to what they believe can pretty much go F. themselves they have a right to what they believe in. as do i as well, i think there's a LOT of really big douch bags with people who are Christian but i don't think that is everyone who is borne a Christian has an agenda and is out to cause trouble.

they have their beliefs and want to do good in the world and i can respect that. if they want to share it with their kids and their Families they have a right to do so as they should have that right to do so. but so does every religion as well have that right. we may not agree with them all but the ones who aren't out to hurt anyone at all but just enjoy life and who they believe in they have that right weather they are american or not.

and some of it may disagree with but than i have that right too.. just like i don't know how Trump is getting away with so much with crap that he's saying. i hate the KKK i'm not black so as much as i love to say i do understand what it means to be black cause i don't. i can take a guess but that's about as close to it as i can get but that doesn't bother me.

i have a KKK leader that lives up the road from me from what i'm told and i've never met anyone in his family at all nor do i intend to ever set food on his property ever. as far as i know he's never hurt anyone but i could be wrong. i don't go anywhere near on on grounds that he makes me sick to my stomach.

now i dunno if i have anyone in my family that was or is in the KKK but if i learned i had an uncle that was in it he'd be dead to me cause it's just plain wrong that even exists at all. and i dunno much about Trump's father but if he was in the KKK he's than a guy i would have wanted nothing to do with if he was still alive.

i have no proof at all that Trump himself is in it at all. but i would not be surprised at all if he was since the KKK just love him. they may have the right to do their free speech and i may not like it but they have that right to do it.

i'm not a cop or anything so me trying to interfere with that would be pretty pointless. but i will never understand why anyone is racist when it's just skin color that's all.

i just dunno what to say about these last posts you posted cause i'm just speechless on the stupidity of it all. no being Christian oh i just noticed it said Catholic something i am. i don't belong to no cult, the last time i was in a church was when my niece a few years ago was baptized.

i don't follow the rules if you want to call it that cause i don't like to be told how to live but to live like how i feel. just like everyone else has that right. now Sciectoligy or however that's spelled? they are a cult and i will always believe that, i don't get or understand why anyone would want to join them

but than i don't go out and make trouble for them either i've got better things to do with my life. sorry for the ramble and it going all over the place but i was just going by the various posts on here.
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Update Re: TRUMP Thinks-US 'Pastor' Who Says SATAN Created Catholic Church-is a Wonderful Ma

North Korea Says Trump Deserves to DIE for Insulting Kim Jong-un >Days After Trump Mocked Him for Being 'Short and Fat'

  • Kim Jong-un's party paper says Donald Trump should get death penalty
  • It responded to a Trump tweet calling Kim Jong-Un 'short and fat'
  • State media editorial said Trump is 'sentenced to death by the Korean people'
Daily Mail UK, 16 Nov 2017


Last week, the President took to his preferred social media channel to air his grievance that Kim had called him 'old', adding that he had refrained from calling the North Korean dictator 'short and fat'.

In response, North Korean Workers' Party newspaper Rodong Sinmun wrote that Trump had now been 'sentenced to death by the Korean people'.





War of words: Kim Jong-Un's North Korean Workers' Party newspaper wrote that U.S. President Donald Trump had now been 'sentenced to death by the Korean people'



'The worst crime for which he can never be pardoned is that he dared [to] malignantly hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership,' the editorial said.
'He should know that he is just a hideous criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people,' it added.

Since becoming president, Trump has engaged in an escalating war of words with Kim Jong-Un, trading personal insults and threats of military strikes and raising concerns about an outbreak of hostilities.

Towards the end of his Asia tour, Trump sent a tweet from Hanoi that took the verbal jousting to a new level, taunting the North Korean leader over his height and weight.

'Why would Kim Jong-Un insult me by calling me 'old,' when I would NEVER call him 'short and fat'?' he tweeted.




#sad: Donald Trump tweeted last week, wondering why Kim had called him 'old' when he had never called him 'short and fat'




North Korea today released new photos of its dear leader
smiling as he sat in a tractor


Kim Jong-un, 33, is reportedly between 5ft7in and 5ft9in tall, and is thought to weight around 300lbs.

If Trump's own words on his weight and height - 6ft3in and 236lbs - is to be believed, the 71-year-old has a BMI of 29.5, which puts him just 0.5 units from entering the obese category.

The members of the ruling Kim dynasty - past and present - enjoy near god-like status in North Korea, which has demonstrated extreme sensitivity to any remark that might be seen as mocking or disrespectful of the leadership.

The editorial also took a dig at Trump's failure to tour the demilitarised zone (DMZ) dividing the two Koreas - a traditional stop-off for senior US officials visiting the South.

Trump's helicopter taking him to the DMZ had turned back after just five minutes due to bad weather -- an explanation the newspaper dismissed.

'It wasn't the weather,' the editorial said: 'He was just too scared to face the glaring eyes of our troops.'
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Update re: Trump's Impeachment is Closer +State Visit to UK Postponed

Donald Trump's 'Pocahontas' Racist Slur Could Boost Case for Impeachment > Historian Claims

Abuse of Congress grounds to remove a US president, says Allan Lichtman


Independent UK, 1 Dec 2017.


Donald Trump‘s decision to mock a rival by calling her “Pocahontas” could lead to his impeachment, a political historian has claimed.

The US President used the Native American icon’s name to refer to Senator Elizabeth Warren during a White House event honouring Navajo veterans, who helped the US Armed Forces to pass secret messages during the Second World War.

Ms Warren, a Democrat who claims to have Native American ancestry said she “really couldn’t believe” the comment.

Political historian Allan Lichtman who has authored The Case for Impeachment, said the comment form “part of an article of impeachment.”

He added that Abuse of Congress has previously been cited as grounds to remove a US president.

An 1868 article of impeachment against Mr Johnson – one of only two US Presidents who have been impeached – said he “used intemperate, inflammatory and scandalous harangues … and loud threats and bitter menaces … against Congress”.

Mr Lichtman told Newsweek that ”a fairly powerful” article of impeachment could be formed if such comments were combined with “very intemperate attacks” on the judiciary and freedom of the press.

Many have condemned Mr Trump’s use of “Pocahontas” to refer to Ms Warren.

Navajo National Council Delegate Amber Kanazbah Crotty, who said the comments represented “the latest example of systemic, deep-rooted ignorance of Native Americans”.

Ms Warren herself, told MSNBC: “This was supposed to be an event to honour heroes, people who put it all on the line for our country. It is deeply unfortunate that the president of the United States can’t even make it through a ceremony honouring these heroes without throwing out a racial slur.”

Her fellow Massachusetts senator, Ed Markey, said: “What Mr Trump said about my partner, Senator Warren is a slur. It disparages the Native American war heroes, standing right beside the President, who risked their lives to protect his right to make such a disgusting comment.”

The White House dismissed the criticism. Asked if the word was racist, White House press secretary Sara Huckabee Sanders, said: “I don’t think that it is.”

She was then asked why the President would say something that was “offensive to many people while honouring the Navajo code talkers — genuine American heroes”.

She replied: “I think what most people find offensive is Senator Warren lying about her heritage to advance her career.”
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Donald Trump’s 'Working & State Visits' to UK Postponed.

Trip was set to take place early in the New Year, but now no formal date is in place

Independent UK, 1 Dec 2017.


US diplomats have reportedly dropped Donald Trump‘s planned working visit to the UK.

Mr Trump had been expected to visit the UK early next year to open the new US embassy – although it would not have been a full state visit and he would not have meet the Queen.

However, even that trip has now been postponed, according to a report in The Daily Telegraph.

The site reported a senior US diplomat as saying: “The idea of a visit has obviously been floated, but not December and not January. I would not expect a Trump visit in January.”

The reported postponement comes amid a public spat with Theresa May over the President’s retweets of a far-right group.

But the diplomat told the Telegraph the two were not related.

On Wednesday Mr Trump retweeted three videos posted by Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen, causing widespread outrage.

Ms May said the decision was “wrong” and MPs queued up to condemn the President.

Mr Trump hit back on Twitter by telling the Prime Minister: “Don’t focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom. We are doing just fine!”


White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Mr Trump did not know who Ms Fransen was when he retweeted her posts, and defended his actions.


Asked if Mr Trump had elevated a far-right group to prominence, she added: “I think what he’s done is elevate the conversation to talk about a real issue and a real threat and that’s extreme violence and extreme terrorism, something that we know to be very real and something the president feels strongly about talking about and bringing up and making sure is an issue every single day.”

Home Secretary Amber Rudd told the Commons on Thursday that in relation to the visit, “an invitation has been extended and accepted” but no date had been fixed.



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