a conversational three way

Literally as in actually, the intended meaning, not figuratively as has recently been so ironically added

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Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program to Bring Nazi – CIA

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The funny thing is the Nazis got their ideas about eugenics and racial purity of the white race from America so……you do the math.
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    they certainly did not get it from Darwin, and what they did was unnatural selection, building on the Dutch from the Boer Wars, and they were inspired by Canada’s Indian Act to create South African Apartheid in the late 1800s and that’s over and Canada’s Act is still in place.. and currently the only environmental protection we have.
White supremacy will get a slap on the wrist but if it’s a minority we’re thrown into the SJW wagon and aren’t taken seriously.
Just look how the narrative of BLM is smeared

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  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Ebony Skeptic victims telling their stories and being dismissed is more being victimized, and why society is stagnant.
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    +Nina Tryggvason
    Exactly
    Sadly some atheist communities dismiss SJW as well. That’s why I don’t follow atheist communities anymore.
    I try to look for open minded, humanitarians
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    +Ebony Skeptic when I was on facebook, I got kicked out of atheist groups for being a lesbian and out of LGBTQ groups for being an atheist. then facebook terminated my account after 7 years
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  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Ebony Skeptic people who point out the problem, are not the problem, but we get all the blame
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    Its not white supremacy..it’s Afina….a Soros sponsored terrorist group
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  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Ebony Skeptic it’s men not listening to women and thinking that they are better feminists to speak to and for women.
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  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Griffin Walker why can’t it be both?
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    +Nina Tryggvason
    Oh FB has the most uneducated, apathy minded, homophobic, misogynistic, xenophobic , and racists atheists.

 

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    Why ? They are too lazy…plus the kkk wouldnt out themselves…they were the original democratic party..And the other protester’s were against the removal of history…on a side note..nexus…Soros being the major stockholder…re..Netflix… Is bailing them out…Soros continues his divide and conquer conquest…
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    Not to mention the fact..the protester’s at Ferguson were shipped in by Eric Holder… Played $15/hr by Soros.. Who is being sued now by said protester’s for nonpayment…
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  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Ebony Skeptic part of the problem of geek culture is the pedantic zero dom/sub communication style and everyone talking and no one listening.
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  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Griffin Walker the dems and sanders have shown the party’s true collaborator to the status quo.
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    +Griffin Walker insta crowds are being paid more than people doing actual work.
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    …and false flag crowds even more…lol…
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    +Griffin Walker so, that the KKK was the Dems in the 1960s, is that a deflection or explain the relevance since they have been firmly the Republican base since the 1980s, when David Duke ran for the presidential nom and the era of “Family Values” the anti-queer code language began, the moral majority movement getting into power and morphing into the Focus on the Family and Mega Churchs, who built on the Jim Jones legacy of providing the first instacrowds and letter campaigners.
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    It was Ronnie Reagan’s amiable cowboy act that shifted the white south from the democrats who gave them the new deal jobs, by convincing them that Dems cared more about owls and and trees, as if Republicans cared for less than CEOs, and where being poor white was okay because racism was the social compensator, and peaking with Clarence Thomas being white enough, to appear black inclusive but throwing women back under the bus
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    . +Griffin Walker Grif, meet +Ebony Skeptic, my American online pal, Ebony, meet Griffin, he’s another Canadian, but in Ontario, the America of Canada.

 

 

EditFest: ‘Star Wars’ Editor Urges More Diverse Stories in Film
EditFest: 'Star Wars' Editor Urges More Diverse Stories in Film

 “urges” when it should be demand or expects

equality means people are not hat in hand

it’s the “please sir, may I be included” that just galls me

when inclusion should have been a given by now

well, it might have something to do with averages

How your mind protects you against hallucinations

More than 300 years ago, the philosopher René Descartes asked a disturbing question: If our senses can’t always be trusted, how can we separate illusion from reality? We’re able to do so, a new study suggests, because our brain keeps tabs on reality by constantly questioning its own past expectations and beliefs. Hallucinations occur when this internal fact-checking fails, a finding that could point toward better treatments for schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders. The study is “very elegant,” and an important step toward identifying the brain regions that produce hallucinations—and keep them in check, says Georg Northoff, a neuroscientist at the University of Ottawa who was not involved with the work. We don’t always perceive the world as we see—or hear—it. In an experiment devised at Yale University in the 1890s, for example, researchers repeatedly showed volunteers an image paired with a tone. When the scientists stopped playing the tone, participants still “heard” it when the image appeared. A similar auditory hallucination occurs in daily life: when you think you hear your cellphone ring or buzz, only to find it’s turned off. “People come to expect the sound so much that the brain hears it for them,” says Albert Powers, a psychiatrist at Yale University and an author of the new study.

Young girls are less likely to believe their gender is brilliant as they age
Young girls are less likely to believe their gender is brilliant as they age
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