Re: Debian-women support?
On Sat, Jul 24, 2004 at 11:19:18AM +0930, Romana Branden wrote:
as for political correctness, if that means people wo adhere to common
civility and courtesy,
By political correctness I mean those who uncivilly ignore common
courtesy in their quest to legitimize their anti-Christian worldview by
forcing it down everyone elses throat.
Courtesy and civility is the norm; a woman who follows these norms is
feminine, not feminist.
count me in as politically correct. i prefer the term humanist and the
concept that it means aware of peoples rights, and respecting of
To the contrary, humanist is what you are, and humanism means egregious
violations of human rights. It is only by living under YHWH and
following the laws of the Torah that humans can experience real joy,
happiness, and freedom. The founders of the USA understood this well.
Humanists support murder of unborn children. Hardly humane...
ok dude, what ARE you doing on this list besides advertising your
eugenics based services?
If you choose to marry a girl with a family history of schizophrenia and
syphilis just to prove your "humanity", that is your folly. Smart
humans want to get the best deal possible; that means carefully picking
ones mate. Heck, if good breeding is such anathema to you, perhaps you
will show your lack of discrimination by mating with a chimpanzee!
I am happy to be of assistance. Forward the revolution! Feel free to
contact me at any time by any of the methods listed in my .signature
focl - which revolution is thatmate? forward heartily back to the good
old days of the 1930s and the procreation of the fit??????
The Debian revolution, of course. This is a Debian mailing list after
all. Freedom and good software for everyone, from anyone with the skill
to produce it or the ability to help distribute and support it.
So, forward the revolution! Woman are important auxiliaries in our
struggle against anti-Torah software monopolism.
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