Posted 1 year ago on July 15, 2020, 12:13 p.m. EST by grapes
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I suspect that he might have actually been born a citizen of China ( thus subject to politically-motivated detention and property "if any" seizure per Redfuckgina's globally applied security law ) as Queens, N.Y. had a lot of Chinese-origin residents and his granddaughter was rather impressive in Chinese as if she had a Chinese mother. I hope that when she grows up, she knows how to make and fry deliciously juicy Chinese pork-scallion dumplings dipped in sweetened ginger-flavored soysauce/vinegar. I learnt as a young kid to respect most religions--how else could I get so many different delicious dishes of morsels due to Mom's conversion from an agnostic/gambler [in regard to her ¿eternal? soul]/statistician to a devotee of my spiritual godfather? It's all rather confusing, to go vegetarian, eat chicken, or pork, but Buddha touched the ground with his finger as he attained his Enlightenment so in order to achieve Christianity's breakthrough from a Jewish sect, I opened my mouth, tasted, and chewed the various morsels: "All meat is grass," and it came from God ! It's why I found the U.S. solution to this religious-conflict problem absolutely ingenious--our State is largely secular. No official religion is compatible with anything and everything. The Founding Fathers invented the religious "zero," as momentous a breakthrough as the invention of the mathematical idea of 'zero' and its relatives: ideals, infinitesimals, and infinities. Having banned State religion ( but we're not atheistic; we're in a sense polytheistic but generally compartmentalized to be neutral in government--"don't ask; don't tell, ") we have become the most religious country in the entire world. The U.S. didn't have an analogue of the Thirty Years' War about religion.
Switzerland's long peace [ and worldly prosperity ] has likely benefited from our religious breakthrough. Once we stop banning State religion, however, we may very well get into the same old decades- or centuries-long religious wars Europe was well-known for. We're in nature no better than the Europeans in resisting religious zealotry ( I'm NOT against zealotry of all kinds; Mom's educational zealotry worked well for her kids despite some cringe-worthy "rough edges" of stomping to wrongful deaths my Big Brother's well-housed well-fed arthropod pets which she'd accused of wasting his study time because he had to catch shit-loving flies every day to feed them and train them to fight; I disagree with Mom regarding the "wasting his study time" part because he was getting excellent training in how to run a business successfully, often visiting the public toilet to catch fresh pet food, no matter how stinky it got.) There are people amongst us in the U.S.A. who vowed never to set foot in Europe due to their memories ( poverty, famines, diseases, religious wars, depravity, social strictures, etc.) of olden times and why they or their ancestors had emigrated from Europe to America. Sheep know the voice of their shepherd.