[video] John Prine: “Some Humans Ain’t Human” — Austin City Limits

Some humans ain’t human
Some people ain’t kind
You open up their hearts
And here’s what you’ll find

A few frozen pizzas
Some ice cubes with hair
A broken Popsicle
You don’t want to go there

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Or you’re feeling your freedom
and the world’s off your back

when that hot-shot from Texas
starts his own war in Iraq

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Regina Spektor’s “The Calculation” Interpreted: If one has the courage to go there, beneath the facade of ‘perfect love’ are hard-as-stone hearts unknowingly cursing one another. “Hey, this fire is burning US up”

My theory on the Nephilim: When God told the Children of Israel to kill every man, woman and child in Canaan, the giants, there was this demon-contaminated genetic problem again? Israel did not. What does that mean to us? Why are so many so predisposed towards evil — and they become our leaders — even of churches?!!

(video) Bilderberg Evil In Their Own Words! — “Some humans ain’t human”

Narcissistic Personality Disorder Symptoms — Grandiose self-importance, exaggerates, power hungry, requires excessive admiration, strong sense of entitlement, exploitative, lacks empathy, envious, arrogant, haughty, disdainful…

Clive Boddy: Corporate Psychopaths Rule Over Us — The key thing about psychopaths is they’ve got no conscience. If you caught them lying, they wouldn’t be flustered. They come across as almost better than everybody else, and they can make you feel as if you’ve just met your next best friend. By the time that you realize who they really are…

Seven Signs of a Sociopath — “Sociopaths never accept the slightest responsibility for anything that goes wrong, even though they’re responsible for almost everything that goes wrong. You’ll never hear a sincere apology from them.”

[3-minute video] The Hermeneutics of Language: Few still say “You’re welcome.” | The Benchmark of the Psychopathy: The almost organic inability to look back, to recognize error, hurt, disappointment and pain — an inability to appreciate consequence and to take responsibility for actions of one’s past

The Boot-Camp Factor: The Hate & Anger Factory Where Men are Programmed to Kill and Then Become Our Dads?!! Our Pastors?!!!

Study: Politicians share personality traits with serial killers

Mitt Romney’s Disturbed Character Reveals Psychopathic Mindset — He demonstrates a lack of empathy, no remorse or guilt for past assaults or mistreatment, a high degree of narcissism, and a capacity to ceaselessly lie and manipulate to get what he wants.

Propaganda Photos: Hitler Wore the Cross on His Sleeve Too

From: NoBeliefs.com

The following photos provide a pictorial glimpse of Hitler, how his Nazis mixed religion with government, and the support for Hitler by the Protestant and Catholic Churches in Germany. In, no way, does this gallery of photos intend to support Nazism or anti-Semitism, but instead, intends to warn against them.

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Pastor Baldwin: Government Cannot Do Church’s Job

One thing that Christians should come to terms with is the truism that government cannot do the church’s job. Not in any shape, manner, or form. Yet, by the way many Christians and pastors behave these days, one gets the impression that they don’t really understand this truth. Instead, it seems that many Christians and ministers see the government–especially the federal government–as an extension of the church

….many Christians and ministers today have developed the attitude that somehow the federal government is supposed to enforce by law what only the Spirit of God can enforce through grace. Let’s be plain: the federal government cannot do the church’s job….Here is the problem: our pastors have become spiritual pantywaists and our churches have become spiritual playgrounds. Pastors and churches have sold their souls to success-driven “ministry.” We want big attendances, big offerings, big family life centers, big youth departments, big Sunday Schools, and big-name people on our membership rolls. And we will do whatever it takes to achieve it.

And most of the time, in order to accommodate our overwhelming desire to be a “big success,” pastors and churches will soften the message to the point that the average Sunday sermon is little more than a glorified “how-to-get-rich,” or “how-to-be-happy,” or “how-to-avoid-guilt,” ad infinitum, ad nauseum, pep-talk. Words such as “sinner,” “Hell,” “judgment,” “retribution,” and “repentance” have been permanently removed from the vocabulary of the average pastor. The plain, powerful, old-fashioned Gospel has been replaced with sloppy, mushy, offend-no-one sermonettes that could not bring Holy Spirit conviction if one even wanted it–which hardly anyone does.

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