“Thoughts And Prayers” = “Candlelight Vigils”

Christophobe shitlibs have latched like a hungry infant onto the snarkmeme that “thoughts and prayers” don’t solve gun violence. (Shitlibs have lost the part of their soul that understands people say these niceties not to solve social problems but to soothe the grief-stricken.)

What’s ironic about this recent malicious sneering by shitlibs against “thoughts and prayers” following the Sutherland Springs church massacre by an avowed atheist goon who escaped from a mental hospital, is that it mirrors the candlelight vigils shitlibs like to organize after a Muslim terror attack. If “thoughts and prayers” are political cowardice and an excuse for inaction, then so are candlelight vigils.

Of course, what shitlibs mean by political action is what they want put into action: banning guns and repealing the 2nd Amendment, with the ultimate goal of disarming White America so that they can start throwing dissident thinkers into prison without stirring up much fuss, like they do in Britain. What shitlibs DON’T mean by political action: banning the immigration of Muslims to prevent Muslim terror attacks.

The candlelight vigil is the shitlib call to inaction, because they fear what action means for their desired Diversitopia.

The similarity ends there, because “thoughts and prayers” are never meant to substitute for a long-term solution to chronic social problems, unlike “candlelight vigils” which are meant for exactly that reason.

A REAL solution to the Texas Atheist Massacre is demanding more competence from our government officials to enforce the laws already on the books, instead of what we get: a clerical error that enabled our atheist smasher of baby skulls to buy guns.

The shitlib will to power means consistency of thought and loyalty to principles is off the table; all that matters is winning the rhetorical battle, and the shitlib says whatever xir thinks gives xir the upper hand in the atomized debate zone. If the shitlib is self-contradicting, no problem! Just wriggle out of the lawgic trap by segueing to a freshly muddled thought. Accountability is for those who play by the rules.





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    • on November 8, 2017 at 2:11 pm Captain Obvious

      “instead of what we get: a clerical error that enabled our atheist smasher of baby skulls to buy g*ns”

      Been a whole lotta clerical errors lately.

      The Clark County Sheriff had about a week’s worth of clerical errors simply trying to explain the timeline in the Mandalay Ma$$acre. [Have they ever even settled on an official timeline yet? And why would Stephen Paddock go to the bother of disposing of his laptop hard-drive, but then keep the laptop? Did he expect to survive and have a trial?]

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      • on November 8, 2017 at 2:52 pm Captain Obvious

        Just off the top of my head…

        COLUMBINE: Eric Harris & Dylan Klebold both well known to local LEOs.

        9/11: Flight School warns FBI about both Zacarias Moussaoui & Hani Hanjour
        9/11: In Miami, Elie Assaad closes in on Mohammed Atta, but called off by superiors at FBI
        9/11: Mohammed Atta practically brags to Ag Dept official Johnelle Bryant about what they’re up to

        VaTECH: Cho involuntarily committed overnight in Psych facility, but “clerical error” prevented his name from being placed on “Forbidden to Purchase” list.

        FORT HOOD: Nidal Hasan’s coworkers at Walter Reed all knew the guy was a batsh!t phucking insane jehadi, yet did nothing because of “Muh Political Correctness”

        AURORA: James Holmes well known to campus shrinks

        SANDY HOOK: Adam Lanza well known to local LEOs, even underwent an FBI interview [in which FBI agent joked about how Lanza would grow up to become an FBI agent]

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      • Incompetence is usually the go to excuse for criminal activity.

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      • on November 8, 2017 at 4:42 pm Marcus Aurelius

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  1. That original comedian who did the bit on “thoughts and prayers” a few years back was very funny though. Of course, leave it to the lefties to suck all the fun out of it.

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  2. These ‘bots that squeak out shitlib memes are like little Agent Smiths. They do not truly believe in anything. They exist only to serve the greater machine of unknowing, the ultimate culture destroyer.

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  3. I wonder how many promotions the AF clerk has had since they did not submit the required paperwork to get the murderer on the no guns list?

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    • More importantly, I wonder if the AF clerk was a chick. For all this talk of “gender equality”, that’s the kinds of jobs women go for, at least in the Air Force. Either Personnel or Services, which means either they’re cooking food at the chow hall, handing you your key at the Air Force Inn, or wiping down equipment at the base gym.

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  4. Why couldn’t the atheist shoot up a mosque instead.

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    • Maybe it’s because I’m nonreligious, but I never got the whole thoughts and prayers thing. Maybe it’s too much reliance on God to solve their problems.

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      • @garymence, that’s what I wonder. For all the fuzz about the Second Amendment, how come the good guys aren’t shooting back? Texans especially have a fondness for weapons. Use them dammit!

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      • on November 8, 2017 at 2:14 pm Samuel Skinner

        They don’t expect God to solve their problems. Practically it is group bonding and a way to get over grief and have everyone work through it together. Theologically, judgment presumably requires looking at your impact on the world so the dead require the testimony of the living.

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    • I suspect it’s because Muslims, but especially recent refugees, might go apeshit and start shooting everything.

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    • Mosques aren’t Christian.

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    • His in-laws were members of that church. That was one reason why he not only chose a church, but that particular church.

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    • on November 8, 2017 at 2:59 pm Les Saunders, Protestant

      Because “atheism” is a ploy. The target of atheism is not all religions; the target is Christianity. When fat neck-bearded loser hipsters sit in pubs drinking craft beers with their friends invariably say they hate “organized religion”, they mean Christianity. You won’t hear them breathe a word about Islam, a vastly more barbaric and nasty affair.

      I believe it was Gen Xers who first latched onto this “organised religion” bullshit, thinking they sound edgy and cool when saying it. There’s a strong case to be levelled against boomers for their role in presiding over the deterioration of society, but Gen X is worse, by far. They are some of shittiest of shitlibs. Your baby boomer dad might post some stupid shit on Faceberg, but there’s a 59% chance he voted for the EGK. Hanging out with them for a few minutes, and I want to throttle them.

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  5. […] “Thoughts And Prayers” = “Candlelight Vigils” […]

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  6. we don’t see candlelight vigils for all those aborted shitlib babies, either. curious.

    how about a national abortion registry to go with the national sex offender registry? wouldn’t that be fair?

    when we have an actual “right”, instead of a cuck-right that tiptoes in their onesies around every vagina they cross paths with, then ideas like that will be on the table. until then, politics is business as usual on both sides of the aisle.

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  7. Until we are ready to be vilified in the present and glorified in the future, we will keep losing our country. History is written by the victors and studied by the losers. We need to become again that which borne us: conquerors. Not only conquerors, but conquerors who felt it was their God-given right and duty to conquer.

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  8. on November 8, 2017 at 2:11 pm tryintogetthrumod

    They want to destroy free speech, so they can suppress truth, because truth is harsh and makes them feel bad, and they are not man enough to handle it.

    Truth/science/realtalk put into practice is the secret of all human advancement and of the West’s unique success. To destroy free speech is to destroy the West.

    They are destroyers, nothing more. In working toward their goals, they do not act in good faith – ever. Thus we are not required to act in good faith toward them; in fact, if we do, we place ourselves in a weak position.

    We must, and will, defend 1A and 2A to the death.

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  9. […] Filed under: Culture, Current Events, Da Goyim Know Source link […]

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  10. Well, competence from our government officials would be nice, but what would be nicer is a healthy lifestyle that fits men, women and children into the natural order GNON created for us.

    Fully 20% of my people are on anti-depressant/anxiety medication; in any single person that could be seen as a personality flaw or genetic defect (take your pick how you want to define mental illness), but when a fourth of our people (including those with the symptoms but not currently on medication) suffer, it is obviously a systemic issue that demands a comprehensive solution.

    If you can reduce misery, you won’t have all these issues. We never used to have them.

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  11. Too many ‘Thoughts & Prayers’ gatherings and not enough posse’s being formed to avenge the innocent.

    I am no fan of the Israeli’s, but they used to go and raze the damn house and expel/arrest all the relatives of terrorist’s families.

    Beats the Hell out of sitting around and weeping with a bunch of strangers.

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  12. You got it right with the first word- they hate our Lord and Savior. As I’ve come to look at the divide in our country, it becomes SO much clearer when you analyze through the lens of pro- and anti-Christ. Proponents of Truth, Beauty, and Justice for all invariably side with the cause of Christ- even if they currently practice some form of heathenish Hedonism.

    The nice thing about this is that the shades of gray are steadily deepening and there is true contrast between black and white, right and wrong. The bad part is -needless to say- that we are truly living through the End Times…and only the penitent man will pass.

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  13. Damn shame these Muslim truck driving terrorist or mass shooters can’t find some shitlibs to eliminate with extreme prejudice.

    I would like the gun hating libtards to move to a ghetto DUH-versi/DIE-verse neighborhood and advertise they are anti-gun just to see how it goes.

    No mention of disarming certain DUH-verse groups who shoot lot of their fellow DUH-versities.

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  14. on November 8, 2017 at 2:42 pm Brad Matthews

    “Thoughts and prayers” is a generic out of office reply. It doesn’t mean a damn thing. It barely implies that you care at all. It didn’t affect me and I really don’t give a damn, but “thoughts and prayers” headed your way. I’d rather you do 50 push-ups or adopt a stray animal, literally anything other than saying “God bless you” after a sneeze.

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  15. I do wonder what the dead would think about their graves being used to reassert our allegiance to the diversitopia. Also, I won’t call you an atheist unless you are willing to jeer at muslims as well.

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  16. on November 8, 2017 at 3:02 pm Les Saunders, Protestant

    Today is November 8, gentlemen, and I’m waiting for dear old Heartiste to do a special write-up on this momentous occasion.

    Let it be forever known as NATIONAL RECLAMATION DAY. it’s the day America decided to take back the country and MAGA!

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  17. As soon as White Men give up their guns, the white race + truth speak will be eradicated. Never ending darkness will consume earth.

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  18. Shitlibs like abortions but hate guns and violence as they know if /when we return to a more natural state, they being the weakest – will be slaughtered.

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  19. A REAL solution to the Texas Atheist Massacre is demanding more competence from our government officials to enforce the laws already on the books, instead of what we get: a clerical error that enabled our atheist smasher of baby skulls to buy guns.

    This would certainly be nice, but the function of law enforcement in this country is to suck decent citizens dry with fines and fees over technical peccadilloes, not to protect us from murderous psychos. You might just as well call for the IRS to protect you.

    Also, as a life member of the Gun Owners of America. I would like to remind you to be careful with that enforce-the-laws-on-the-books stuff. You would be surprised at just how quickly that might turn you into a felon. I myself commit at least several federal gun felonies each month just by driving or jogging past the elementary school right across the street from my apartment. I carry a gun with no permit (not necessary under my state’s law) and because of that, under the Gun Free Schools Act, it is technically illegal for me to carry it in most places within 1,000 feet of any school. This law is virtually never enforced, and I’m damn glad of it.

    Instead of enforcing existing unconstitutional gun laws like Negotiating Rights Away wants to, we at the GOA want to implement the constitutional solution: keep these people locked the hell up until we’re sure that they’re not dangerous. That worked well for us for a long time until the deinstitutionalization movement in the ’70s.

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  20. > A REAL solution to the Texas Atheist Massacre is demanding more competence from our government officials to enforce the laws already on the books, instead of what we get: a clerical error that enabled our atheist smasher of baby skulls to buy guns.

    In related news: it is *already* illegal to pay a woman less for doing the same job as a man. Even if the “wage gap” was real (it isn’t), what TF do they want us to do about it? It’s already illegal.

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  21. Got Prayer?

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  22. on November 9, 2017 at 4:07 pm RedPillOfHergest

    The military has an abundance of ghetto queens using the military as a daycare, and in exchange Uncle has to figure out a job for them to occupy the hours of a day. Which strand of enrichment was tasked with accurately reporting the status of this nutcase so that he could never pass a background check?

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  23. Fuck you, progressives– y’all do this shit:

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  24. on November 12, 2017 at 1:04 am Gunslingergregi

    No holes in church walls

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  25. Like they do in Britain? Any examples?

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