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KarenKarenKaren 1 point ago +1 / -0

A staggering amount of NA women are raped by their own families every year

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KarenKarenKaren 10 points ago +11 / -1

Dip, dodge, duck, and dive

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KarenKarenKaren 9 points ago +9 / -0

They love to fuck their sisters almost as much as the blacks

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KarenKarenKaren 3 points ago +3 / -0

I always thought the Obama/Hillary flavored Ukrainians were the globalists. 🤷‍♂️ you tell me

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KarenKarenKaren 1 point ago +1 / -0

Especially since Biden is so weak

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KarenKarenKaren 2 points ago +2 / -0

Finland has been controlled by Russia a few times in history. Napoleon and Hitler both lost big during Russian winters

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KarenKarenKaren 1 point ago +1 / -0

My guess is the Mud is frozen and the tanks roll better on frozen ground than mud

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KarenKarenKaren 2 points ago +2 / -0

The having kids ship has sailed for me - no kids sadly - have to earn to care for my wife and I. Make your own decisions and I support you. This is just what I had to do to get by in clown world

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KarenKarenKaren 1 point ago +1 / -0

If I were younger I would do the same thing but I’m nearly 50 and my wife needs health insurance

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KarenKarenKaren 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wow your employer really wants to get sued

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KarenKarenKaren 3 points ago +3 / -0

#4 is most important part. Here’s the boilerplate

To summarize, the moral duty to avoid use of these three COVID vaccines is not obligatory only if:

  1. The spread of COVID-19 is otherwise uncontainable,
  2. There is an absence of other means by which to stop or prevent the epidemic,
  3. The vaccines are clinically safe, and
  4. The choice to receive a vaccine must be voluntary.

If any element is not satisfied, the moral duty to avoid using the vaccines is obligatory. In which case the vaccine mandate violates my Catholic faith. Even if all elements were satisfied, a non-obligatory moral duty does not equate to me taking a vaccine, much less authorizing a vaccine mandate. It merely means that, as a Catholic, I have the option to evaluate the evidence myself and make my own prudential decision whether to receive a vaccine; to repeat, “it must be voluntary.” I can choose to not take a vaccine, in which case I must “avoid, by other prophylactic means and appropriate behavior, becoming [a] vehicle for the transmission of the infectious agent.” Here, all four elements have yet to be satisfied. The threshold issue is voluntariness: “vaccination is not, as a rule, a moral obligation and […], therefore, it must be voluntary.” This mandate violates my Catholic faith because it is, by definition, not voluntary.

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KarenKarenKaren 4 points ago +4 / -0

Confession and communion are amazing

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KarenKarenKaren 5 points ago +5 / -0

Meditation Is the antidote to frustration. YouTube Christian meditations or the rosary. Chaplet of divine mercy is really amazing too

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KarenKarenKaren 5 points ago +5 / -0

I think this is the big fat bearded tranny I saw yesterday almost baste

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KarenKarenKaren 3 points ago +3 / -0

I used a religious exemption from GAB and edited it. I removed anything that was too far out there for my taste and just went for the 4 points of Catholic reasoning for taking or not taking a vaccine which are

  1. The spread of COVID-19 is otherwise uncontainable,
  2. There is an absence of other means by which to stop or prevent the epidemic,
  3. The vaccines are clinically safe, and
  4. The choice to receive a vaccine must be voluntary.

If any of them are untrue like #4 then I have no moral obligation to be vaccinated

The company responded in 2 hours without comment and that means to me that they don’t want to get in a fight.

I’ll never take another vaccine again after reading and learning about this and I’ll continue to take horse paste through the pandemic and whenever I get sick.

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KarenKarenKaren 11 points ago +11 / -0

I agree - but I like my job and want to keep it - I was torn between quitting, ignoring the mandate, or getting the exemption - I was ready to get the vaccine and get it over with but then I got a prayer request from my old church where I used to live and some kid was paralyzed 2 hrs after getting the shot. Screw it - I applied for exemption using 1/2 of a document I found on GAB and it came back approved 2 hrs later - which means to me that the company doesn’t really want a fight.

In the process of applying I learned more about my faith and the ethics of vaccines.

I don’t think I’ll ever take another vaccine again - I’ll just keep taking horse paste for the rest of my life lol - I’m sure I’ll live a long time too!

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KarenKarenKaren 3 points ago +3 / -0

It’s been a while…I always liked this Paul Allen song

https://youtu.be/uH0OUiKWOAI

I eventually moved over to Catholic radio and went back to the church of my origin.

I kept seeing bumper stickers for Catholic radio. My parents had died within the year and my grandfather, my hero, had also died. It was a low point to say the least. First Catholic radio broadcast a woman calls in and says “My Mom died and I miss her so much” one of these old NY or Detroit (non-faggot ) Priests strongly answered her. “Go to mass and go visit her! That’s where Heaven and Earth collide! When the Eucharist is present God is on earth!”

BOOM

I couldn’t stay away…. It was like a magnet.

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