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Faith In Mankind or Something

Posted by Janus on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 in Morals and Values

Can you call that faith in mankind? I guess, just like society, it is what it is.

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How Far Will We Go?

Posted by Janus on Thursday, April 23, 2009 in Morals and Values

War is evil. Killing is evil. Torture is evil. Yes, I get it. I understand. I also understand that without them our enemies will not stop. I understand that as long as these people are out there, there is a chance that my fellow Americans – my friends and my loved ones and my family – are in danger. And I’m would do anything, anything, to keep them safe.

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The Myth of Hope

Posted by Janus on Thursday, April 2, 2009 in Morals and Values

When we hope, we hope for things. Rather than hoping, wouldn’t it be better to actually go out and make those things happen?

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Secular Muslims Good, Religious Muslims Bad?

Posted by Janus on Tuesday, December 9, 2008 in Morals and Values

There are people out there that fear Islam. They believe, wrongly, that Islam is a religion of hate, intolerance, and armed religious revolution. Anti-Muslim ideology has become the new, bigoted, rallying cry for xenophobic pro-western smacktards whose knowledge and understanding of a subject is limited to, β€œhe’s a rag head.”

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Less Than Perfect

Posted by Janus on Thursday, December 4, 2008 in Morals and Values

We can make our world better. We can’t make it perfect. Fear those who seek perfection. Nothing is perfect. When someone offers you perfection, run. Run screaming and don’t ever look back.

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