• Whites: why did you start 2 world wars, enslaved and abused blacks, gassed Jews and Gypsies and murdered the natives of the lands you stole?

    Those are only some of many evil things white people have done. They're practically satanic. How evil can you possibly be???
    Those are only some of many evil things white people have done. They're practically satanic. How evil can you possibly be???
    125 answers · History · 3 days ago
  • Is the world real?

    r: Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. Albert Einstein "Nothing is as it seems. Nor is it otherwise." Lankavatara Sutra - Mahāyāna Buddhism There is no greater mystery than this; that being the reality we seek to gain reality. Sri Ramana Maharshi December 30, 1879 – April... show more
    r: Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. Albert Einstein "Nothing is as it seems. Nor is it otherwise." Lankavatara Sutra - Mahāyāna Buddhism There is no greater mystery than this; that being the reality we seek to gain reality. Sri Ramana Maharshi December 30, 1879 – April 14, 1950 Plato’s cave analogy. Inprisoned inside the cave (Us), prisoners see the shadows on the wall and mistakenly view the shadows as reality. Every now and agian someone awakens to the truth and tries to tell others (Us), but the others respond with anger. Greek word "cosmos" Meaning "In The World" functioning apart from God And according to Early Christian gnosticism - "Seraphims" Keter - Crown Divine Plan ~ The Angel of Death. (Read John 7:7) Satan is the ruler of this "cosmos" (John 12:31; 16:11; 1 John 5:19) Islam. The Surah takes its title from the sentence, Wa anzalna' l-hadida, of verse 25 - A study of iron Hinduism - Caught up in Samsara – Maya ~ The Malevolant illusion
    40 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • Why did the the Soviet Union contribute so little in WW2?

    Best answer: They contributed 25 million lives, more than any other country. If you visit Russia today you will see masses of war graves. They weren't at war with the Empire of Japan, which they regarded as a separate dispute, since the Japanese had declared war on USA and the British Empire but not on them. Understandably... show more
    Best answer: They contributed 25 million lives, more than any other country. If you visit Russia today you will see masses of war graves.

    They weren't at war with the Empire of Japan, which they regarded as a separate dispute, since the Japanese had declared war on USA and the British Empire but not on them. Understandably they did not want to make the mistake Germany had of fighting a war on two fronts. One of the reasons the USA dropped the bombs was to end the war before Russia got involved which Stalin had said would be 90 days after the defeat of Nazi Germany.
    23 answers · History · 22 hours ago
  • Who is the greatest person in History?

    I am doing a research however having a hard time trying to find out who the greatest person in history is. And need some good arguments and why they are so special than others.
    I am doing a research however having a hard time trying to find out who the greatest person in history is. And need some good arguments and why they are so special than others.
    22 answers · History · 1 day ago
  • Was the Car Invented By a American?

    38 answers · History · 3 days ago
  • What do you automatically think when u hear '6 million'?

    Best answer: Propaganda newspapers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjRsoLqHGr4
    Best answer: Propaganda newspapers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjRsoLqHGr4
    16 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • Can anyone provide feedback for my poem?

    Beauty radiates from you wherever you are, There is no one else prettier than you, You can be identified from a place located quite far, For there are others but they are only a few. Kindness is filled in your heart, So you just cannot stand injustice ways, Bravery occupies the rest of the part, This combination... show more
    Beauty radiates from you wherever you are, There is no one else prettier than you, You can be identified from a place located quite far, For there are others but they are only a few. Kindness is filled in your heart, So you just cannot stand injustice ways, Bravery occupies the rest of the part, This combination is rare to find these days. A red rose pales in front of your smile, This can make anyone's day even if he lives on Perth, I wish I was with you even away from a mile, For you are the best I have met on earth. You are a person of inner beauty, Which shows in your gorgeous face, Filled with joy and hope which is in plenty, To fill up from bottom to top of a vase.
    12 answers · Poetry · 3 days ago
  • True or False., You are getting a good amount of money from a friend today as gift?

    True or False., You are getting a good amount of money from a friend today as gift?

    Best answer: That would be a False...
    Best answer: That would be a False...
    16 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • Why do many people sympathise with King Charles the First for being executed?

    Best answer: First and foremost, execution was the recognised punishment, in those days, for really serious crimes. Nowadays, we are more 'enlightened', and we believe that the taking of a life, for a criminal act, is not what a civilised society does. The people of Charles I's time believed that they were... show more
    Best answer: First and foremost, execution was the recognised punishment, in those days, for really serious crimes. Nowadays, we are more 'enlightened', and we believe that the taking of a life, for a criminal act, is not what a civilised society does. The people of Charles I's time believed that they were civilised, according to their own standards, and they thought that a criminal should be treated harshly. Charles I was not universally popular before his execution, but, as is the case even nowadays, as soon as he was dead, he was regarded - by some people - as having been almost a saint. I don't believe that Charles was happy to go to the scaffold while thinking 'well, I have sent others to the same fate, so I suppose that I deserve to be executed'. Charles was the victim of his own mistakes, and he was - no doubt - a nice guy if you took him out of the royal robes. Unfortunately, he made too many mistakes for his own good, and he left himself open to attack from his critics. He was not really cut out to be a king, but fate had thrust him into the role, and he could not escape his fate. He tried to do his best for England, and maybe some sympathisers saw that, but he needed more than sympathy.
    8 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • A question about colonized Africa?

    Best answer: Not really. Much like Native American Tribes they has their territory, which changes with tribal wars. There was no formal countirs or borders.
    Best answer: Not really. Much like Native American Tribes they has their territory, which changes with tribal wars. There was no formal countirs or borders.
    6 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • Are Christians allowed to watch Harry Potter? Black Swan with Natalie Portman? Life of Brian?

    Best answer: I'm Christian and I've seen Harry Potter and Life of Brian. - Life of Brian is excellent
    Not watched Black Swan though, but then it doesn't look like my type of film
    Best answer: I'm Christian and I've seen Harry Potter and Life of Brian. - Life of Brian is excellent
    Not watched Black Swan though, but then it doesn't look like my type of film
    13 answers · Philosophy · 5 hours ago
  • So if most things that make you happy can't vanish, then what is there to hold onto?

    Think about it. You can lose your money, lover, friends, family, possessions, looks/ beauty, health, pets...none of this stuff is reliable...
    Think about it. You can lose your money, lover, friends, family, possessions, looks/ beauty, health, pets...none of this stuff is reliable...
    16 answers · Philosophy · 21 hours ago
  • Why do some people think the holocaust didn't happen?

    Best answer: holocaust denial comes in different catergories. some simply argue about numbers and methods,they don't deny that Germany had a direct policy of extermination. others do,they won't accept that the Nazi Reich sought to wipe out European jewry (amongst other groups) and will bang on forever and ever... show more
    Best answer: holocaust denial comes in different catergories.
    some simply argue about numbers and methods,they don't deny that Germany had a direct policy of extermination.
    others do,they won't accept that the Nazi Reich sought to wipe out European jewry (amongst other groups) and will bang on forever and ever that's it's all a 'jewish lie'. - this is quite obviously anti-Semitism plain and simple.
    then you get the neo-nazis who quite frankly I wouldn't waste valuable oxygen debating with,if brains was dynamite these people wouldn't have enough to blow their hats off.
    deniers use laughably bad pseudo-history to back up their arguments,they have quite literally zero evidence to support their claims and will frequently make things up.
    I have read some of their literature and much of it is make-believe,for every set of statistics they produce you can guarantee than most of it is totally fictional.
    we know it happened because we have the evidence,quite a lot of it Nazi records.we have eyewitness testimony,both victims and perpetrators,and we have the camps found by the liberating forces.
    once france had been freed from Nazi domination the allies started to find things,the Russians coming from the east found death camps.
    death factories were uncovered by brits,the americans and the Russians.are you suggesting they're ALL lying ?.
    all across Europe there are certain locations were huge massacres took place,if you're going to try and argue it didn't happen then you better have some pretty convincing evidence.
    we're still waiting.
    16 answers · History · 24 hours ago