“THE PRIMARY ADDICTION HUMAN BEINGS SUFFER FROM IS THE ADDICTION TO JUDGING”
[Update: Thanks to a FB commenter on this post, who said this: “The “King Fahd Complex” mentioned is in Saudi Arabia and they are notorious for putting out altered Qurans that are not considered authentic and do nothing but cause division so I wouldn’t trust anything that they put out.”]
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Zap has some very insightful statements about true Muslims and religions in general which I certainly align with.
One note about the Quran and items which Zap says he confirmed were in there (from his 4-17-16 post)… Many “religion texts” do not make any sense whatsoever if they are viewed from the 3D only, but only if they are viewed as metaphysical guides for the inner person. I also have no idea if the things he pointed out in that 4-17-16 post were accurately translated.
I remind those who’ve read…
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Baseball, Hot Dogs, Apple Pie, and The Jackass
By Turd Ferguson | Thursday, June 30, 2016 at 10:51 pm
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On Thursday, our pal Jim Willie stopped by for another holiday weekend podcast. Making it even more special was conducting this program in our A2A format where our Vault subscribers got to ask the majority of the questions. The result is 90 minutes of compelling audio that you’re definitely going to want to hear.
GERMANY TELLS THE EU TO GET LOST MOVES AHEAD WITH NORD STREAM 2 PIPELINE
While we are watching a huge move to across Europe to leave the European Union and to reverse this flow of Muslim Human Scum coming onto Europe German Oil Companies are moving ahead with projects that the EU Commission does not agree with.
Erdogan realized that through his authoritarian, self-righteous, and frequently erratic ways he managed to create too many enemies for his own country all over the world.
Vladimir Golstein holds his M.S. in Computers from Moscow Institute of Management, his B.A. in Philosophy from Columbia University, and his Ph.D. in Slavic Languages and Literatures from Yale University. His scholarly interests embrace Russian culture, religion, philosophy, and poetry of the past two centuries, as well as the current foreign policy issues. He is currently Professor of Slavic Studies at Brown University.