FAK752-Lynn Ertell – Facebook Fakeologist

  1. Ghosts in the Meme
    https://fakeotube.com/video/6202/ghosts-in-the-meme
  2. GHOSTS IN THE MACHINE
    https://fakeotube.com/video/6160/ghosts-in-the-machine
  3. Jim Wallis – Wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Wallis
  4. The Crucible (1996) – IMDb
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115988/
  5. fake11.com/facebook
  6. Connect with Lynn at Lynn@fakeologist.com

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napoleon
10 months ago

dante
10 months ago

listening now to wind down, but before i finish the audio or conk out, I have two questions for Lynn: 1) if capital punishment is an option – or fair retribution for those who bear false witness to murder, would you accept there is an inverse (on some level) for those who claim people DIDN’T die …but actually did? Whether the hereafter has some form of judgment or if it could be demonstrated in this realm that person x or y in question was indeed deceased? Genuinely curious. Not holding you to a position. But I’ve yet to get an… Read more »

realalex
10 months ago
Reply to  dante

Re 1/ I think I have an answer or way to resolve this. All over- or under-stating of something is a type of lie, with whatever repurcussions. Speaking honestly according to what you know is fine. If you don’t know that someone died, but you say they did because you heard in on TV, you are gossiping and spreading lies. If, in reverse, you know someone died but are not clear about this fact and allow others to believe they are still alive, again you are spreading lies. I think you are getting at the issue case where, say, the… Read more »

dante
10 months ago
Reply to  realalex

thank you Al. however, you are still only touching the margins of the gravamen of my question

realalex
10 months ago
Reply to  dante

I’d be interested to hear you express the question more fully.

dave j
dave j
10 months ago
Reply to  dante

You have gotten a direct answer you just don’t want to hear it. Do not false witness death.. If you are claiming someone died you had better have their name you had better tell everyone how you know them you had better tell everyone how you personally stuck your finger in the side of the corpse and verified death that’s what you’re going to do. To answer your question no there is no repercussion to tell everyone that nobody died and nobody got hurt. So now sport if you’re just looking for a loophole to run your mouth and to… Read more »

dante
10 months ago
Reply to  dave j

why are you so triggered, Dave? was there a traumatic event from your childhood that made you so sensitive to this rather obscure topic as an adult? people die every day. it’s the circle of life. more importantly – is it not hypocritical to say there are no repercussions to broadcast NDNGH, if in fact one could supply you with a corpse? capital punishment is okay for those who bear false witness…but those who do the inverse are beyond reproach?

dave j
dave j
10 months ago
Reply to  dante

Keep your mouth shut. Unless spoken to

dante
10 months ago
Reply to  dave j

correct me if i’m mistaken, but this is not your Site, Post, or Thread to be giving orders.

dave j
dave j
10 months ago
Reply to  dante

Rage 4 me

rachel
10 months ago
Reply to  dante

I got the impression Lynn was talking about lying under oath in a court of law. In common law jurisdictions such cases can have the effect of changing the law completely for everyone in the land. Example, Roe v Wade. So lying under oath is not always a mere inconvenience that just affects the people involved. Of course the Bar get round it with the likes of Thomas Mair (killer of MP Jo Cox) by him never uttering a word in his trial. The point of the death sentence isn’t to kill people, rather it is to say this is… Read more »

dante
10 months ago
Reply to  rachel

this very well may be the case. I’d have to listen to the audio in its entirety, but the first section i heard, seemed like she was at least referencing / agreeing with the NDNGH camp – which prompted my questions…questions she – thus far – has yet to answer. perhaps it’s more uncomfortable than a surface level hypothetical

rachel
10 months ago
Reply to  dante

Yes, I think it is one of those things in theory, without giving it too much thought, it seems like a way to stop the problem. But because it’s our leaders that are the actual problem and they control the strings, it would only result in the increase of tyranny on the rest of of us. Part of the reason for mass immigration would appear to be to put “Protestant Christian values” into a minority; as soon as that is achieved, we’ll be back to the dark ages and blasphemy laws. I don’t think we really want to give them… Read more »

rachel
10 months ago

Good one by Lynn.

dave j
dave j
10 months ago
Reply to  rachel

False witness of death is never good demand better do better. So then are you also claiming that witches were hung. Is that your testimony otherwise I’m not sure why you would call that testimony good.

rachel
10 months ago
Reply to  dave j

I know very little for sure Dave. I like people who make me think. I neither have to agree or disagree with a viewpoint to appreciate the concept.

dave j
dave j
10 months ago
Reply to  rachel

Yes that’s called lukewarm. And I know that that is the most common of the mass and that’s too bad but it is what it is

dave j
dave j
10 months ago
Reply to  dave j

I should also mention that Lynn is a self-admitted Antichrist that to some people should count for a character witness and thus then seen as someone to not follow.

Like IPS a self-admitted Antichrist yet those that claim the truth of the Lord Jesus Christ still follow them.

someone is lying

dante
10 months ago
Reply to  dave j

christ is obviously a hoax character. hence anyone who claims christ was crucified on a stick…is in fact committing spiritual murder…perhaps in its highest form, given he was allegedly the son of a deity.

napoleon
10 months ago

The witches hunted by the Inquisition are not people, but fake coins

Post by zlax

https://fakeologist.com/forums2/viewtopic.php?p=3617&hilit=gold+coins#p3617

The Holy Inquisition burned “witches” – but they were not women, but counterfeit coins!

very interseting read ,one page ,easy peasy

dave j
dave j
10 months ago
Reply to  napoleon

Cheers NW mon-eye indeed

napoleon
10 months ago
Reply to  dave j

thank you dave

pleasant alternative to the conventional witch hunt ,and the wisened men “storytellers” do like conflating gold and purification process to myths ,i can’t confirm or deny any of it

but it resonates with me

dave j
dave j
10 months ago

Very happy that no witches were burned or hung at the Salem witch hunt hoax

dante
10 months ago
Reply to  dave j

i always recall the story of the Salem witch trials…involving death by fire – back to the dewey decimal system days. apparently this has never been the case.