209 2019-07-03 by Bosombuddies
1 chode_choker 2019-07-03
Your disappointed parents:
I will beat you with a stick you unfunny faggot:
1 TheDarkLord56 2019-07-03
1 Bosombuddies 2019-07-03
NSA Guy Spying On Me:
Sargon of Akkad:
1 AlieNNeytioN 2019-07-03
I've been binging some of Nick's debates recently and all of the ones I've watched thus far bring up his age rather than arguing against any of his points. Big brain baby boy time
1 _Panzerkampfwagen 2019-07-03
RC Maxwell does that for an entire debate than calls out Nick for ad hominem once he reciprocates
1 Beashe 2019-07-03
Such a self own
1 thorawaydog 2019-07-03
What is it with Boomers and Israel? Is Fox News pro-Israel? Where did they learn it from?
1 BloodAndSeed 2019-07-03
Everything is pro-Israel.
1 TheJungPope 2019-07-03
1 FidesEstAureum 2019-07-03
Not really Protestantism in particular. Protestants had basically the same views on Jews that Catholics did prior to the Scofield Bible becoming popular, and outside of English speaking Protestant areas Israel isn’t so focused on. I say this as a Catholic.
Sure, but the logical conclusion of the reformation is to end up with this type of complete illogic. Protestants, even if they don't all believe the same things, don't truly have solid criteria by which to draw the line in the sand that they need. So a Presbyterian can sit there and denounce a Southern Baptist, but in truth, they are just arguing about personal preferences.
1 t3hwUn 2019-07-03
What? Protestants just don't believe in the Papacy. Protestantism is a wide gambit and it gets lazily slandered around here...
Source: Am Protestant. Jews still killed Jesus. Don't cow tow to Israel...
You clearly don't know much about Protestantism.
It's about way more than the papacy.
Protestantism isn't stuck in some defined definition based on your opinion, there are VAST differences in Protestantism. IDK why you're claiming all Protestants are the same, they're just flat out not. Not all of them use the term Judeo-Chrisitian. Stop trying to make a boogeyman, its silly.
Buddy, I clearly did not say that. Stop being so emotional and actually read.
The Reformation really was one of the worst events in human history though.
Maybe, but it only happened where Jews specifically pushed a Bible that suggested it. It wasn’t an organic Protestant development like some of the other crazy things to come out of it.
Not really Protestantism in particular. Protestants has basically the same views on Jews that Catholics did prior to the Scofield Bible becoming popular, and outside of English speaking Protestant areas Israel isn’t so focused on. I say this as a Catholic.
1 douglas_p 2019-07-03
Tucker is the only person at Fox News who openly questions Zionist trickery, and he only gets away with it because he gets good ratings
1 dick_perle 2019-07-03
Yeah he also just alludes to Zionist wars, without mentioning them by name.
He’s reached a point of power/prominence where he can’t be shut down, and it’s best to suck up to him.
If they shut him down, he’s got enough of a following that he could get his own thing going.
I'm sure most of his allusions go right over the heads of the average Boomer Fox News viewer, but his core fanbase of younger people absolutely know what he's referring to. I think the primary reason Fox News allows it is because he's the only personality there that can pull in younger viewers. No one under 50 gives a shit about Sean Hannity.
1 kitty33333 2019-07-03
1 Jcf24 2019-07-03
Fox News is very pro Israel. Obviously the Jewish boomers will support Israel, but the non-Jewish ones support Israel because they’ve been brainwashed for 40+ years into believing “muh greatest ally”.
1 GorgonzolaPine 2019-07-03
It's also a tail effect of the Cold War, where arguments about having a Democratic/capitalist country in an otherwise ideologically hostile place were accepted from the point of view of advertising--see the focus on grocery stores talk, and wonders of West Berlin talk.
The Scofield Reference variant of the King James Bible received massive amounts of Jewish funding in the early 20th century, and is still the most popular version, and this bible is notorious for popularizing the eschatological view that Israel is necessary for the second coming of Christ, and that Jewry are God’s chosen people with no need for Jesus Christ, and that every Christian has a duty to basically serve them as a race and protect them to gain God’s blessing. Outside of traditionally Anglo-Protestant cultural spheres the obsession with Israel and Jews doesn’t exist.
1 brockthebarn 2019-07-03
Lots of boomers are Baptists, and therefore dispensationalists, so they think that modern Israel is the successor to Old Testament Israel.