since you were so keen to see Muslims framed for things they didn't do, now its your turn . This is what happens when you go along with lies. ironically Muslims will also go along with this fakery seeing as victimsed people would love others to get victimised as well
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prseumably the 13 ((( channels))) that dislike my video agree with the government that this event was not staged. This is why it woudl be interesting to have full disclosure as to who is voting down . in the past Cracker Jack and other jack themed sock accounts were very active in disliking my content
I heard it said before that one marker of intelligence is the questioning of authority. Before separation of church and state, the priests had all the power and to question them was heresy. Modern people think they're so different but they do the same thing today with scientists. If you disagree with a scientist, people will call you a denier. Even if the scientist is average in intelligence and speaking on a topic they have no expertise in. Like when Bill Nye who has a degree in engineering says anyone who disagrees with the climate change hypothesis should be arrested and thrown in prison. Then there's the government. Someone who is elected by average people will be perfectly average. Yet politicians are treated as if they are wiser and above the little people. As one of those supposed little people I can't help but notice there's not a whole lot of politicians I can look up to. When some want to censor and silence people they often use the term "authoritative news" which might as well be a euphemism meaning news for stupid people. Anyone who goes beyond MSM for news knows they lie constantly. And there's a lot of appeals to authority in the court system. Like why are juries better at determining guilt than the average person? Are politicians better than average at determining punishments? And personally I think judges as a whole are worse than average at making judgements. As someone who likes guns I noticed that there's also an appeal to authority in some of the gun control arguments. They'll present a police officer that's in favor of gun control and claim that the "experts" want gun control when in reality just being an officer doesn't make you an expert on guns. An appeal to authority has the appeal of not having to think for yourself.
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