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godlessmen:

"Caught this little shit trying to evolve." Check mate creationists. Source: Source and comments

godlessmen:

"Caught this little shit trying to evolve." Check mate creationists.

Source: Source and comments

dat moment when you see something reappear on your feed that you originally posted

Presented for your consideration: Patrick Stewart chin-deep in balls

Presented for your consideration: Patrick Stewart chin-deep in balls

The Satanic Temple set up a website where women seeking an abortion can print out a letter for her healthcare provider explaining why she is exempt from informed consent mandates.

The letter reads that “[a]ll women who share our deeply held belief that their personal choices should be made with access to the best available information, undiluted by biased or false information, are free to seek protection with this exemption whether they are members of the Satanic Temple or not.”

If there’s one church I have some respect for it’s the Satanists

baracknobama:

only punks can see this reblog if youre a punk

militantweasel:

Every time I see this it makes me smile a lot, I want to print it off and stick it on my wall

militantweasel:

Every time I see this it makes me smile a lot, I want to print it off and stick it on my wall

On his main website, Natural News, Adams wrote an article that can be best described as endorsing and encouraging the murder of anyone that supports Monsanto and the biotech industry in general (read his article here).

Mike Adams has gone off the deep end on this one.

First, he publishes an article which likened Monsanto to the Nazi party, and suggested they should be rounded up and shot.

The next day, a website ‘mysteriously’ appeared called Monsanto Collaborators, a list of people and companies which had some connections to the biotech industry. Suspiciously, a lot of these names were people that have criticised Adams in the past. He publicly endorsed this page.

Now he’s furiously backpedaling and attempting to claim the whole furore was a set-up to discredit him.

I always knew the man was mad, but now I’m starting to think he could actually be dangerous too.

Update: TWIP has made a post examining the persuasive circumstantial evidence linking naturalnews.org with monsantocollaborators.org.

“I’m not 100 percent sure what’s being sprayed up there, and why, if anybody was spraying us — aren’t they spraying themselves, too?” Lake said. “I do think that there’s some validity to it. I don’t have the science to prove it, but as with drones, I think things can be used for the good and for the bad.”
I’m starting to come round to the idea of re-education camps for the willfully ignorant.

What I’m listening to - Wrong Way/One Way by RVIVR