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Forum Post: Iran will be closing their citizens' access to the internet

Posted 1 year ago on Oct. 5, 2012, 9:14 p.m. EST by bensdad (8977)
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Sort of like the Rs now have their own set of polls. "unskewed" and
if you dont like wikipedia - invent your own - "conservapedia"


Iran? America?
we both have our brainless religious fanatic loons

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[-] 2 points by bensdad (8977) 1 year ago

And jack welsh & alan west & laura ingram claim jobs numbers are fake God save us not from these LIARS God save us from the lemmings who believe these & willards lies


ain't no way Joe is going to let lyan ryan get away with this crap!

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20552) from South Burlington, VT 1 year ago

yes we do. I am confident Jesus will repudiate them all . . .

[-] 1 points by ericweiss (575) 1 year ago

From conservapedia:
This is not political
but it shows how millions of Rs can create and believe their own FACTS
– just like willard & lyan ryan

Sadly, some on the left do the same thing, saying that D=R

Creationism is the belief that the earth and universe and the various kinds of animals and plants was created by God or some other supreme being. Those that hold the views of Creationism are referred to as Creationists. Biblical creationism is primarily based on: the compelling testimony provided by God's wondrous creation; the historical and prophetic evidence supporting the Bible; religious belief and on the scientific evidence provided through creation science. Biblical creationism, which includes the idea that man is created in the image of God, has profoundly affected Western Civilization in a positive way. Some of the areas it has benefited Western culture is in the areas of human rights and law, ethics and morality, economics, science, and the arts Creation Ministries International, a leading biblical creation organization, declared: Creationist research is having a global effect that is worrying the atheists and secularists of this world. They have had it all their own way for over a century but things are slowly changing. For almost twenty five years now, Journal of Creation has been publishing cutting-edge creationist research that has been fueling the war against evolution, creating little fires all around the world, including Great Britain. Atheist evangelist, Prof Richard Dawkins, speaking at the 20th anniversary of the Edinburgh International Science Festival in April 2008, said the rise of creationism in British schools raised a serious problem for science teachers. It is a very worrying trend,’ he said, ‘and I think a lot of it has come over from America and Australia

Within creationism in the Abrahamic religions, there are various ideas. In regards to those religions, one form of creationism holds that the earth is approximately 6,000 years old and is referred to as Young Earth Creationism. The other form of creationism is called Old Earth Creationism and holds that the earth and universe are billions of years old. Creationist scientists demonstrate that the first law of thermodynamics and second law of thermodynamics argue against an eternal universe and they also demonstrate that these laws point to the universe being supernaturally created. Dr. Norman Geisler stated that "Both young- and old-earthers believe that God supernaturally, directly and immediately produced every kind of animal and human as separate and genetically distinct forms of life." Dr. Norman Geisler also wrote that "both young- and old-earthers who are evangelical hold to the historicity of the Genesis account: They believe that Adam and Eve were literal people, the progenitors of the entire human race." Creation scientists assert that the theory of evolution is in conflict with the evidence provided by the physical sciences and often cite secular scientific sources which agree with them on various points (for further details please see: theory of evolution).

Those who hold to young earth creationism point out that nearly every culture in the world has a creation story and a flood story. Many of these creation accounts and flood accounts have commonalities with the account given in the book of Genesis although gross differences exist also. The Institute for Creation Research has taken the position that the similarities in regards to creation accounts to the Genesis account demonstrates that the main points of the Genesis account has been preserved. In regards to the assertion that the similarities in flood stories around the world show common origin, young earth creationist particularly assert that there are strong similarities between the Genesis flood account and other world flood accounts. Also, there are remarkable similarities between Native American creation myths and the biblical account given in Genesis concerning creation.

[-] -1 points by yobstreet (-575) 1 year ago

Actually if we study this in depth we find there are generally five or six points of commonality amongst the many religions.

Creationism is the belief that the earth and universe and the various kinds of animals and plants was created by God or some other supreme being.

Are you saying science doesn't believe in a "creator" as some supra- and supernatural force? If it doesn't then why does it spend so much time searching for it?

Funny because Jefferson wrote this exact sentiment into the Dec over 250 years ago; as thoughts secreted in words.

[-] 0 points by john23 (-272) 1 year ago

How bout we fact check before making stuff up:

http://www.ibtimes.com/iran-internet-shutdown-will-it-close-internet-access-permanently-or-it-hoax-435662

http://www.opednews.com/articles/Iran-will-launch-its-natio-by-Amir-Taheri-120919-83.html

The nathional internet is for government employees....not the citizens. It makes sense...you got every western country in the world trying to breach your security.

One could say the US is more guilty of censorship with certain websites that we don't deem "acceptable" in this country.....such as denying access to certain websites for federal employees

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/dec/03/wikileaks-cables-blocks-access-federal