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The Pussy Church of Modern Witchcraft: IRS Declares a Ligitimate Church
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(08-09-2018, 08:50 PM)oldcynic Wrote: Lois Lerner wasn't even involved with this one (as far as I know).  Remember Ovomit's IRS investigating churches, the "Tea Party" and its affiliates?

This will getcha riled up:

"IRS Recognizes 'Pussy Church of Modern Witchcraft' for Lesbian Feminists as Church for Tax Purposes"  Facepalm

"The IRS recognized it as a 501©(3) organization and went the extra step of recognizing PCMW as a church, the most enviable of all tax statuses exempt not only from income tax but also from the transparency that filing Form 990 creates," Reilly wrote.

"A church does not have to apply for exempt status, but it is a prudent step particularly for an innovative organization like PCMW. My source indicated that the approval process was reasonably quick and there was no push-back from the IRS,"

https://www.christianpost.com/sponsored/...d=infinite

A good example of how deep in the sewer our nation had sunk to during the BO years.
   “Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful. And kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth Your Spirit and they shall be created. And you will renew the face of the earth.”    

"Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." ~ John Adams  
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(08-09-2018, 09:37 PM)Zireael Wrote: The only good thing about this church... Yet also its own demise, they won't get no love from the younger crowd that's for sure! Lol.

Quote:How do you define “woman” and “girl”?

A woman is an adult female human. A girl is a minor female human. The Pussy Church serves Women and Girls only. Males are not permitted to participate, regardless of how they identify. We expressly reject the concepts of gender identity, transgenderism, and gender as being meaningful to defining what a Woman or Girl is.

https://pussychurchofmodernwitchcraft.com/about/

What makes you think that 'young people' as a rule are comfortable with all that tranny crap? Do you even know anyone under 21? They're the ones growing up in schools, from elementary school into college, at the most sensitive time of their lives, having to endure the intrusions of the opposite sex into the only private spaces they had left to get away from each other! I rather think they'd breathe a sigh of relief to see somebody they think 'hip'  and avante garde finally showing some common sense.

You know what I think this comfortable and passive derision from too many on the Right is? Bloody cowardice! They'd rather say, 'Oh, they voted for it so they deserve it' forgetting the fact that kids don't vote, than do anything to even try to protect them. They also don't seem to mind putting their own sons and daughters in harm's way, so long as they can blame somebody else for it. The buck stops with us. Why do we deserve political power any more than the Left does if we haven't the mettle to take power and put a stop to this nonsense?

As for the 'church' aspect, they make as much sense as any other organized religion and so long as they're not harming anyone, we may as well leave them to it. With one qualification: I have never believed that religious institutions, no matter what they call themselves, should enjoy tax-exempt status anyway, not least because they produce nothing of tangible value to society.  

What is not taxed by the government is seldom closely watched by the government; human nature being what it is, that means a lot of crime escapes scrutiny or prosecution. Religious institutions smuggle in more illegals and terrorists than all the Democrats together could do on their best day, all the while bleating about 'religious freedom' in order to hide their money-laundering and egregious acts of treason against the American people. If people want to go worship rocks and trees or any kind of sky fairies they like, they're free to do so, but the rest of us shouldn't be paying their way to do it.
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None a y'all liked my poem. Liver of blaspheming Jew LOL

It took me about fifteen minutes to write that shit.

Plus, I had to know how to rip off the bard and keep it rhymed couplets.

Pffft.
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(08-10-2018, 04:22 AM)VonLud Wrote: None a y'all liked my poem. Liver of blaspheming Jew LOL

It took me about fifteen minutes to write that shit.

Plus, I had to know how to rip off the bard and keep it rhymed couplets.

Pffft.

Fishing for likes? Scratchinghead

Wouldn't have commented but I can't help but notice that you haven't handed out a single like on this thread yourself.
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(08-10-2018, 04:22 AM)VonLud Wrote: None a y'all liked my poem. Liver of blaspheming Jew LOL

It took me about fifteen minutes to write that shit.

Plus, I had to know how to rip off the bard and keep it rhymed couplets.

Pffft.

I liked it..

The rubber dong to stir the cauldron was quite clever.. Lmao
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(08-09-2018, 10:03 PM)MysticPizza Wrote: They are their own demise.
I am a practitioner but m in no way evil. Modern Witchcraft my broom   V6sRZf4 Eyeroll

Me too, in a gentle old-fashioned way. I've always thought (albeit privately) that having grown up in convent school was a decent enough start in gaining the disciplines it requires. :)
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(08-10-2018, 12:17 AM)LittleIceAge Wrote: What makes you think that 'young people' as a rule are comfortable with all that tranny crap? Do you even know anyone under 21? They're the ones growing up in schools, from elementary school into college, at the most sensitive time of their lives, having to endure the intrusions of the opposite sex into the only private spaces they had left to get away from each other! I rather think they'd breathe a sigh of relief to see somebody they think 'hip'  and avante garde finally showing some common sense.

You know what I think this comfortable and passive derision from too many on the Right is? Bloody cowardice! They'd rather say, 'Oh, they voted for it so they deserve it' forgetting the fact that kids don't vote, than do anything to even try to protect them. They also don't seem to mind putting their own sons and daughters in harm's way, so long as they can blame somebody else for it. The buck stops with us. Why do we deserve political power any more than the Left does if we haven't the mettle to take power and put a stop to this nonsense?

As for the 'church' aspect, they make as much sense as any other organized religion and so long as they're not harming anyone, we may as well leave them to it. With one qualification: I have never believed that religious institutions, no matter what they call themselves, should enjoy tax-exempt status anyway, not least because they produce nothing of tangible value to society.  

What is not taxed by the government is seldom closely watched by the government; human nature being what it is, that means a lot of crime escapes scrutiny or prosecution. Religious institutions smuggle in more illegals and terrorists than all the Democrats together could do on their best day, all the while bleating about 'religious freedom' in order to hide their money-laundering and egregious acts of treason against the American people. If people want to go worship rocks and trees or any kind of sky fairies they like, they're free to do so, but the rest of us shouldn't be paying their way to do it.

I am sorry, LittleIceAge. We haven't had the chance to talk together yet, so we don't really know each other.

You might want to take a proper look at my avatar, sure, the image quality is bad, but do you think I look any older than 21? Yes, I am part of that younger crowd I made mention of. They are my friends, and I grew up with them.

You might also want to take a look at my signature if you have not them disabled. If so, then my signature is real simple, it says; Do You

I hope it answers your questions.  Heartflowers

With that being said, I understand your post, and quite frankly, I wholeheartedly agree with the vast majority of it. Actually, it sounds like something I would write. From your post it seems to me we are sharing a similar core of values and a similar approach as well. The brains of children and teenagers are still in developement, they are like sponges. What is being done to them, and how society is being engineered, is outright disgusting to me. Straight dangerous, as well.

I thank God everyday I was one of the few who got to notice and understand this at such a young age.

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(08-10-2018, 04:22 AM)VonLud Wrote: None a y'all liked my poem. Liver of blaspheming Jew LOL

It took me about fifteen minutes to write that shit.

Plus, I had to know how to rip off the bard and keep it rhymed couplets.

Pffft.

Chuckle
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(08-10-2018, 12:17 AM)LittleIceAge Wrote: As for the 'church' aspect, they make as much sense as any other organized religion and so long as they're not harming anyone, we may as well leave them to it. With one qualification: I have never believed that religious institutions, no matter what they call themselves, should enjoy tax-exempt status anyway, not least because they produce nothing of tangible value to society.

Religious institutions are not the only tax-exempt groups, not even the most wealthy.
The Ivy League colleges have enough money to pay for their students' tuition perpetually
(yes, for all time) based solely on the tax-free income of their investments, leaving aside
the hundreds of billions in assets they own but do not pay tax on, not even state and local.
Additionally there are many other tax-exempt foundations and institutes that do nothing
but launder money for individuals, promote profitable agendas, and enrich executives.

I would strongly suggest you take a deeper look at history if you don't think the churches
produced anything of tangible value to society. The opposite is true.
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(08-10-2018, 06:35 AM)LittleIceAge Wrote:
(08-09-2018, 10:03 PM)MysticPizza Wrote: They are their own demise.
I am a practitioner but m in no way evil. Modern Witchcraft my broom   V6sRZf4 Eyeroll

Me too, in a gentle old-fashioned way. I've always thought (albeit privately) that having grown up in convent school was a decent enough start in gaining the disciplines it requires. :)

Oh I agree sista Heartflowers It was Sister Eileen that first taught me candle magic and I just went from there.I was 11. Old fashion practical magic is the way to do it.These mi lineal "witches" have no clue. It makes me angry sometimes because of my ways I get lumped in with them. Eyeroll A friend of mine got to meet DJT while he
was campaigning . She said he saw her tattoo on her hand and shook it anyway. You don't have to be a Christian to do and be right
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