Both josh and miles are jews so take everything they say with a boatload of salt. miles admitted in an article somewhere that he had jewish ancestry
miles has a standard jewish mindset and phenotype, curly hair, very lanky bodytype, then bald once they get older, lazy and entitled (donate to me pls), god complex and doesnt tolerate being questioned.
usually the hypocricy is the most obvious and easiest to spot, he boasts about not paying taxes whilst ranting on people to tax evade. I read his articles but never accept anything really at face value. the modus operandi usually is to establish some kind of guru status. and lead their followers to nowhere. just look at gerry, he was pretty much booted out because he didnt agree with everything miles had to say.
and I mean come on can it get more gay than this?
" He has also defended me in various forums. "
after ive written this stuff im beginning to feel kind of stupid that I even recommended miles writings.
to answer the australian I think its to shut down any kind of real discussions. for example. if you read a 20 page about some shooting that was possible fake. does it really matters if it was fake or not? and especially if you live outside of usa.
but germ theory oh boy. thats top 3 in fakery imo the last 200 years.
the older I get the more I think alot of life is pre determined, kind of like stoicism. certain groups of people will behave in a certain way. thats just how it is. and we whites doesnt seem to accept that.
One lazy afternoon day a turtle was swimming happily along a lake. As the turtle was nearing land he heard a scorpion hail it from the muddy shore. A scorpion, being a very poor swimmer, asked the turtle if he would carry him on his back across the lake. The turtle thought it was the craziest thing he ever heard, “Why would I carry you on my back?” he boomed, ‘You’ll sting me while I’m swimming and I’ll drown.”
“My dear turtle friend,” laughed the scorpion, “if I were to sting you, you would drown and I would go down with you and drown as well. Now where is the logic in that?”
The turtle pondered this for a moment, and eventually saw the logic in the scorpion’s statement. “You’re right!” said the turtle with a smile. “Hop on!” So the scorpion climbed aboard and the turtle paddled his big fins in the water. Halfway across the lake the scorpion gave the turtle a big sting, and he started to drown. As they both sank into the water the turtle turned to the scorpion with a tear in his eye. “My dear scorpion friend, why did you sting me? Now we are both going to drown…” the turtle was gasping for air. “Where is the… logic in that?”
“It has nothing to do with logic” the scorpion sadly replied, “it’s just my nature.”