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Have you ever closely looked at the depiction of Chiyou? Looks a lot like the depiction of Baal. I thought I posted it on PH but maybe I did not. Just go do an internet search.

It is possible that at one point the Hmong came in contact with groups that also worshipped Baal - that included some Israelites as well. Baal was commonly worshipped in ancient times. I would not be surprised that this is where the Hmong picked up some Jewish practices like haus dej.

Baal was a little latter. The timeline is different.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Why can't monotheism team up?
« on: November 29, 2018, 07:31:57 PM »
This video reminds of me this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0N_RO-jL-90

Look at the end of the scene and the Chinese could have won, LMAO!

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Faith & Beliefs / Why can't monotheism team up?
« on: November 29, 2018, 07:31:11 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfbkTnKi3Cc

This is SOOO like Hmong people. Two Hmong people arguing for the truth. The question is: Why is truth murdering everyone?

I wish monotheism was never divided. It's how the devil knows how to divide and conquer. Brothers vs brothers; sisters vs. sisters. Just watch and you will know what I mean.

Two Jews fighting each other rather than unifying each other. -_____________-

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 29, 2018, 04:04:39 AM »
Since you're just rambling and don't know what morality is,  there's no point in continuing this discussion.

Dude, I know morality. I ain't amoral; yet, you think I am.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 27, 2018, 04:50:13 PM »
And still no definition of morality.

Again, I state my claim that man is not ready for such greatness. Knowledge can be a deadly friend as I quote this from Ravi Zecharias when knowledge can harm each other. The smart ones are the rich folks who knows how the world run. They are smarter than someone who studies books in school because as to what my uncle says, "If you just know how to be book smart; however, you don't know how to use your brain."

He discriminate educated people because they had it all; yet, they don't know how to use their brain to apply the tools of education for life. They got the tools; however, they don't know how to do it for life. As for the rich, they have all the power like a total mafia who can rule the world. They are the one percent like those Jews who rule the world. Did you know that Henry Kissinger, a Jew, has caused the Indochina Vietnam war? A Jew, planned and orchestrated everything for Hmong folks to die and to start a civil war among each other is caused by this one man. One lie, many will die. Yet, you don't see what I see because the more knowledge you intake, the more conniving you will become. It just proves that knowledge can be a friend to you and to others.


When God gave the knowledge to the Jews, what did King Solomon do? I know he fuked up, but hey, all that knowledge becomes a waste. Are we really ready? Do tell me...

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 23, 2018, 08:52:05 PM »
If you haven't heard of odium morality, then I suggest you should look into it. It's the next stage of nihilism and much faster than nihilism.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 23, 2018, 07:59:35 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6aDoOzYN-U

Listen to this. Are humans ready for such greatness and wanting? Does wanting make your stomach full, or does your need makes your stomach full?

29:44 is the one that I am talking about. Wisdom without; success without a heart; pleasure without heart is key to loneliness, suicide, and many other things. 90% are like this and I believe society must force these humans to get what they need rather what they want. Need is more important than want. Need is key to survival of the heart.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 23, 2018, 07:47:07 PM »
If you ever met my uncle, then you will understand that he's an **** and he likes being one.

Did you know that he put a cigar in his kids ear for disobeying when they were at the age 4? He'd even spank other people's kids too to the point, the got beat up from them and he didn't care if they did to him. When he past away, nobody came to see him except his sisters and my dad's family. The entire neighborhood celebrated discreetly that he's dead and that is just really sad to see how he goes to the grave with no one to love him.

If I was his parents, I would throw him away and make him an orphan.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 23, 2018, 07:45:15 PM »
Evidence suggests that you don't know. Evidence comes from your replies. Even giving a wrong definition of "amoral". That's only one example, showing that you don't know what morality is.
Claiming that you do know followed by a red herring doesn't help you here.

So stop dodging it and tell me what morality is.

Alright, then. Let me give you an example of my uncle who was born without shame. He didn't give a fudge who he hit in public and if you blame him, he will retaliate at you. He knows he's wrong, but doesn't give a damn shiit about it. Is that amoral? NO! He knows he's wrong; he's just selfishly despise right and wrong. He do things in HIS way and if it doesn't go HIS way, you can take the high way with him if you want. That's why my family never speaks of him because he's an embarrassment to my dad's side of the family. He lives by crashing through walls and says, "Oh well, I crash and F-YOU wall. It's your fault that you were in my way and I am drunk."

Is it amoral? NO! So my evidence of knowing morality is that I don't like these kinds of people from my side and I use them as an example of them to be put here. My uncle, who recently past away, his wife and kids are celebrating that he is gone in front of my dad, which is really F-upped. They didn't want to buy a tombstone for my uncle; yet, you think this is amoral? No, they moral; they just don't care about right and wrong because they act like my uncle. Did you know that they are highly selfish as a family as they hate each other in some family feud? Did you know that my uncle is the most hated one in the entire Hmong neighborhood because of the way he behaves? Yet, you think you know everything about my side of the family who are amoral because they are not amoral. They despise morality bro and you're just blind to see that some men are born to hate their own conscience. If I go back to trace my great grandfather, he was a soldier for the Miao Tzu in China; also, heard about one of his relatives acts like that in public. It's the gene that they have and it's been pass down to my uncle, who thinks he owns the world and does the hell he wants with no manners in public, he has caused a great shame to this own kids. About all of his kids don't have any close relationship to the outside world because of the way he behaves. How would you see if you had a father or an uncle like that?


As my evidence that I am not amoral person is that humanity is NOT ready for such greatness. If you gave your six year old kid a gun as he goes around and showing it off to the people and the public, I wonder what the people will think of you. If you truly want man to achieve wisdom, wisdom without a heart will only lead to suicide like Robin Williams. Wisdom without heart is the purest of evil because when a person who can't be responsible as I see in other people's lives, they become evil. My cousin from my other side, she discriminates Hmong thugs on the spot to the point, my other cousin from Sacramento decides not to visit her as family. She's educated in nursing; yet, her prideful evil heart makes her a power-flip person to rule over you. If you are bigger than her, she will try do to ANYTHING to destroy you. She reminds me of her father side who abused their mom as my grandmother told their mom not to marry him and she did! My mother told her not to marry him and she didn't care. Now, she's divorce and she has eight kids that were like demons to her as they treat her like crap. Because they act just like their father, a hot head and a power-flip person.

That is why some people in life don't deserve such greatness unless you prove it! It's no wonder why the Asian culture has such strict rules in their society or else, they face shame. Some men are born shameless to where no other men can show empathy and pity to them--like my uncle from my dad side.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 20, 2018, 12:21:40 AM »
Since you're an atheist; yet, you are so prideful that man is ready for knowledge, then don't run from this question:

Why is that humans do more bad things when they get smart? Why is that they don't use it for good? Is it because they don't care, or they don't have time to show some empathy? What is the percentage of estimation to say there are more good people with intelligence than bad people who are dumb (I hope I rephrase this correctly)?

If you haven't read the Old Testament, then the nightmares of man continues to run amok and it's all thanks to you who agree that man should abuse morality because they can. I'd say, leave for a few who can. Some may have freedom; most will not.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 20, 2018, 12:19:30 AM »
With that reply, it's clear that you don't know what morality is. You don't know the difference between moral, amoral, and immoral. So unless you can give me your definition of "morality ", to see if you do know what it is, then there's no point in continuing this debate. Can't have a debate/discussion with someone about a topic they know nothing about or what it is.

You think I don't know morality is? I do. You just haven't met the ugliest people that I met.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 19, 2018, 06:53:36 PM »
As Christian, I still worship Him. I may be the like Punisher or any emperor who just wants to protect his people from the real threat, there are times in politics where you have to get a gun and kill the villain. We have common ground for you and I: Morality and conscience.

I have a brain. A moral relativist DON'T have a brain since I do agree to what Sam Harris says. All you need to do is hurt them and see if they react to the pain. If they don't, then they will jump off the cliff as they are told to do. I now see that moral relativist are really bigoted. They lie and lie because they like it. Liars are born like how you see Abraham and HIS kids are like that. They are born from lying and stealing people's blessings. Stealing people's blessing is the worst crime since that is stealing someone's life and their ways of doing. That's what has happened to Hmong people vs. Chinese people when they stole our culture and applied it to them as they claim that its from them. Hmong suppose to have a country; yet, we are Esau rather Isaac.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 19, 2018, 05:23:14 PM »
Quote: "This reminds me of a zombie apocalypse. You go by protecting people from zombies by locking them behind a walled city, killing any zombie  that is spotted inside. Every now and then some zombie pop up, sometimes killing a few survivors but pretty much is eliminated once spotted. This cycle goes on, not knowing how they got inside even after checking all fortifications .

I, on the other hand keep survivors inside a fortified city as well, difference is that I teach them about defending themselves and keeping an eye out for zombies. While doing that,  I also look for the cure for the zombie virus. It may take some time to find a cure, but at least on the way I was able to to find out how it's being transmitted and finding ways to prevent the spread of the virus. Also everyone in the city would also have this knowledge. My citizens knows the reasons as to why it's dangerous outside the city walls, but also know what to do in case they end up being outside."

So you do see my point of view. I protect, but I protect to the extreme. Yes, if this is a zombie world, I will lock up all survivors to keep them safe from a zombie invasion. Finding a cure is key; however, to hope for that may seem brittle and thin.

The best way for me to survive is to gather more people. The thieves may be quite useful--that's if they don't rob you. A thief may steal an abandon place where zombie lives. I will use them with full hand experience while I will look like a father to a big town, protecting the lives of our species as one. Then, we can try to launch a space program to terraform Mars into our image. If Mars becomes a habitable planet, then it's time to leave the colony of Earth since Earth can no longer supply us with hospitality.

That's my vision for a doomsday on humanity. Like I said, I am on the other side of the coin. The coin represents morality; yet, it has two side: executioner and saint; Punisher and Batman.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 19, 2018, 05:09:38 PM »
Quote: "Exactly, that's why those who do immoral acts after learning that god doesn't exist won't last. By not understanding morality and only refuse to do immoral acts out of fear of god, immoral people and at most amoral. These are the ones that Nietzsche were referring to tbat turns to irrationality and chaos. Confused and not knowing what to do. But like Nietzsche said, they won't last long. And once they are gone, humanity will continue to rebuild and evolve. That's one reason as to why they cannot see and/or imagine pass the chaos stage."

Men do adapt, not evolve. We aren't Pokémons. A dream for a man to know too much and suddenly, he notice that knowing too much makes him a monster. Have you not seen Venom the movie? The super villain is a good example when a man throws ethics to the trash and prefers success instead. Now, look what has happened to him in the end? It's his egotistic that lead to his death. It's his pride that killed him.

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Faith & Beliefs / Re: Is playing morality immoral?
« on: November 19, 2018, 05:02:04 PM »
Quote: "Ironic how it is exactly like the solution you proposed. Killing the immoral people thinking that it's over, only to end up having to do it over again and again."

I know that you're an atheist, but not a true one because the true atheist will be a nihilistic people where they trash morality to the ground for success is their god. They sold their families for success like the man who sits on the mountain of gold and success over for selfish reason is what he wants. Doing things behind the family's back and not telling your whereabouts is highly wrong. In the end, every birthdays for your family, you're not there. Next thing you know, your divorce because you like money and success over than your wife and kids. Then finally, suicide.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_jK4GWY8L4

Success doesn't love you; success makes you selfish rather than greed. I know my dad side and my dad's stripe clan. They are all selfish and I know why he left them and never speak of them. That's because they are selfish and their lives are torn apart because of what they do. They don't care because they like it. You can bich at them and beat them up all day; yet, they don't change because it's who they are. Like I said before, they are born to be bad; they are not made to be bad.

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