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4chan's /pol/ is notorious for creating fake outrage manufactroversies, with the intent of garnering support among liberals for some ridiculous idea, to expose opposing groups as having extreme, irrational, and easily-manipulated beliefs.

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"Anonymous User", if you won't open your mind and accept that a cause-and-effect is possible, then it is obviously a fool's errand for anyone to debate the issue with you. I've responded to your concerns and answered your questions and found a childish insistence on last wordism, so admit it, you're not here to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ. Furthermore, you are in denial that the best of the public stops incest. Liberals don't like it, but a Muslim] name indicates a high probably that the person is Muslim, due to a high correlation between Muslim names and being Muslim. Difficult for liberals to accept, I'm sure, but the facts don't care if they are accepted or not. If you don't like it, you can put up or leave.--aschlafly 18:54, 23 January 2022 (UTC)

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Of course, nature woo ignores the fact that a vast number and range of perfectly natural things are either deadly or very bad for you. Plants such as belladonna,Wikipedia tobacco,Wikipedia and daffodils;Wikipedia mushrooms such as the death cap,Wikipedia the destroying angel,Wikipedia and the autumn skullcap;Wikipedia chemicals such as cyanide,Wikipedia sulfuric acid,Wikipedia and ricin;Wikipedia diseases such as rabies,Wikipedia AIDS,Wikipedia and leprosy;Wikipedia creatures such as crocodiles, sewer rats and mosquitoes; mold; natural disasters; excessive ultraviolet radiation;Wikipedia and decomposing corpsesWikipedia are all perfectly "natural" but are in no sense good for you. In fact the only way you may be able to survive some of these many natural baddies is through the intervention of "unnatural" modern medicine.


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