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26th Jun '16 11:53:40 PM ArtemisPal
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* Raise the question of whether or not {{God}} even exists, and if so, how involved He/She/It is in the lives of humans. (Especially in "religion vs. science" debates). Watch the fur fly, along with vicious insults... and chairs.

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* Raise the question of whether or not {{God}} even exists, and if so, how involved He/She/It is in the lives of humans. (Especially in "religion vs. science" debates).debates [[note]]though interestingly the amount of religious scientists and non-religious scientists is roughly even and they are the majority, with the remaining minority being undecided[[/note]]). Watch the fur fly, along with vicious insults... and chairs.
26th Jun '16 11:50:25 PM ArtemisPal
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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RSjvQYdVTQ you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change]] has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[ConfirmationBias it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (Such as Benito Mussolini, who was a tyrannical fascist dictator and an avowed atheist. [[note]]Despite his high level of contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends. This led to some actions intended to curry favor with the Catholic Church]], though the Lateran treaties that made VaticanCity a state were a response to political unrest in Italy and some of the terms served Mussolini's agenda (the Pope was pledged to perpetual neutrality in international relations and the sum the Holy See got, which they had been pledged to them by the Law of Guarantees in 1871, was reduced).[[/note]]) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].

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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RSjvQYdVTQ you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change]] has also been met with criticism. Reasons it's incorrect include the fact that [[ConfirmationBias it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (Such as Benito Mussolini, who was a (including the tyrannical fascist dictator fascists Buddhist Hideki Tōjō, Muslim Idi Amin and an avowed atheist. anti-theist atheist Benito Mussolini [[note]]Despite his Mussolini's avowed atheism and high level of contempt towards religion, especially Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends. ends. This led to some actions intended to curry favor with the Catholic Church]], though Mussolini remained atheist to the day he died. The Lateran treaties that made VaticanCity a state were a response to political unrest in Italy and some of the terms served Mussolini's agenda (the Pope was pledged to perpetual neutrality in international relations and the sum the Holy See got, which they had been pledged to them by the Law of Guarantees in 1871, was reduced).reduced). Mussolini also indirectly inspired several other fascist movements such as the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Guard New Guard]].[[/note]]) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].
18th May '16 3:59:36 PM harryhenry
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* ''Literature/TheBible'' has more of this than the rest of this page combined. Some of these also apply to the Talmud and the Qu'ran [[SelectiveObliviousness but some people like to single out and pick on the Bible]] regarding them.

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* ''Literature/TheBible'' has more of this than the rest of this page combined. Some of these also apply to the Talmud and the Qu'ran [[SelectiveObliviousness but some people like to single out and pick on the Bible]] regarding them.
13th May '16 7:59:11 PM ArtieBird
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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RSjvQYdVTQ you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change]] has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[ConfirmationBias it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (Such as Benito Mussolini, who was a tyrannical fascist dictator and an avowed atheist. [[note]]Despite his high level of contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends. This led to some actions intended to curry favor with the Catholic Church]], though the Lateran treaties that made VaticanCity a state were a response to political unrest in Italy and some of the terms served Mussolini's agenda (the Pope was pledged to perpetual neutrality in international relations and the sum the Holy See got, which they had been pledged to them by the Law of Guarantees in 1871, was reduced).[[/note]] and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].

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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RSjvQYdVTQ you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change]] has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[ConfirmationBias it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (Such as Benito Mussolini, who was a tyrannical fascist dictator and an avowed atheist. [[note]]Despite his high level of contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends. This led to some actions intended to curry favor with the Catholic Church]], though the Lateran treaties that made VaticanCity a state were a response to political unrest in Italy and some of the terms served Mussolini's agenda (the Pope was pledged to perpetual neutrality in international relations and the sum the Holy See got, which they had been pledged to them by the Law of Guarantees in 1871, was reduced).[[/note]] [[/note]]) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].
13th May '16 7:58:35 PM ArtieBird
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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RSjvQYdVTQ you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change]] has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[ConfirmationBias it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (Such as Benito Mussolini, who was a tyrannical fascist dictator and an avowed atheist. [[note]]Despite his high level of contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends. This led to some actions intended to curry favor with the Catholic Church]], though the Lateran treaties that made VaticanCity a state were a response to political unrest in Italy and some of the terms served Mussolini's agenda (the Pope was pledged to perpetual neutrality in international relations and the sum the Holy See got, which they had been pledged to them by the Law of Guarantees in 1871, was reduced).[[/note]]) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].

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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RSjvQYdVTQ you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change]] has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[ConfirmationBias it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (Such as Benito Mussolini, who was a tyrannical fascist dictator and an avowed atheist. [[note]]Despite his high level of contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends. This led to some actions intended to curry favor with the Catholic Church]], though the Lateran treaties that made VaticanCity a state were a response to political unrest in Italy and some of the terms served Mussolini's agenda (the Pope was pledged to perpetual neutrality in international relations and the sum the Holy See got, which they had been pledged to them by the Law of Guarantees in 1871, was reduced).[[/note]]) [[/note]] and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].
13th May '16 7:58:05 PM ArtieBird
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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RSjvQYdVTQ you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change]] has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (such as Benito Mussolini, a tyrannical fascist dictator who was an avowed atheist. Despite his contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends leading to some actions intended to curry favor]], such as making a deal with the Pope that gave us VaticanCity as a state) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].

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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RSjvQYdVTQ you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change]] has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness [[ConfirmationBias it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (such (Such as Benito Mussolini, who was a tyrannical fascist dictator who was and an avowed atheist. Despite [[note]]Despite his high level of contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends leading ends. This led to some actions intended to curry favor]], such as making a deal favor with the Pope Catholic Church]], though the Lateran treaties that gave us made VaticanCity as a state) state were a response to political unrest in Italy and some of the terms served Mussolini's agenda (the Pope was pledged to perpetual neutrality in international relations and the sum the Holy See got, which they had been pledged to them by the Law of Guarantees in 1871, was reduced).[[/note]]) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].
13th May '16 8:51:43 AM Jhonny
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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (such as Benito Mussolini, a tyrannical fascist dictator who was an avowed atheist. Despite his contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends leading to some actions intended to curry favor]], such as making a deal with the Pope that gave us VaticanCity as a state) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].

to:

*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RSjvQYdVTQ you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change change]] has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (such as Benito Mussolini, a tyrannical fascist dictator who was an avowed atheist. Despite his contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends leading to some actions intended to curry favor]], such as making a deal with the Pope that gave us VaticanCity as a state) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].
13th May '16 6:48:20 AM ArtieBird
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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (such as Benito Mussolini, a tyrannical fascist dictator who was an avowed atheist. Despite his vitriol towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends]], leading to some actions intended to curry favor, such as making a deal with the Pope that gave us VaticanCity as a state) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].

to:

*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness it ignores instances of non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (such as Benito Mussolini, a tyrannical fascist dictator who was an avowed atheist. Despite his vitriol contempt towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends]], ends leading to some actions intended to curry favor, favor]], such as making a deal with the Pope that gave us VaticanCity as a state) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].
13th May '16 6:44:53 AM ArtieBird
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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness it ignores instances of fascism that have - arguably - occurred outside of any religious influence]] (such as Benito Mussolini, a tyrannical fascist dictator who on the one hand was an avowed atheist but on the other hand made a deal with the pope that gave us VaticanCity as a state) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].

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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness it ignores instances of fascism that have - arguably - occurred outside of any religious influence]] non-Catholic and even non-religious fascism]] (such as Benito Mussolini, a tyrannical fascist dictator who on the one hand was an avowed atheist but on atheist. Despite his vitriol towards Christianity, [[PragmaticVillainy Mussolini recognized the other hand made amount of power the Catholic Church held and sought to turn it to his own ends]], leading to some actions intended to curry favor, such as making a deal with the pope Pope that gave us VaticanCity as a state) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].
12th May '16 8:04:02 AM Jhonny
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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness it ignores instances of fascism that have occurred outside of any religious influence]] (such as Benito Mussolini, a tyrannical fascist dictator who was an avowed atheist) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].

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*** His socialist stance at the beginning of his political career has also inspired disagreements and debates, as has his later support for the Iraq War (though notably not the Bush and Blair governments as such). His line of arguing that you can replace the word "fascism" in the history books with "Catholic right wing" and nothing would change has also been met with criticism. Reasons include the fact that [[SelectiveObliviousness it ignores instances of fascism that have - arguably - occurred outside of any religious influence]] (such as Benito Mussolini, a tyrannical fascist dictator who on the one hand was an avowed atheist) atheist but on the other hand made a deal with the pope that gave us VaticanCity as a state) and that [[CriticalResearchFailure the German Fascists actually had their biggest electoral success in Protestant areas]].
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