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Meme Thread Anonymous 05/11/2022 (Wed) 11:43:06 No.10900
Please don't let this one die.
>>10901 believing we come from monkeys is believing in magic.
If it dies again we can just make another one and over and over forever.
>>10901 Please don't blaspheme, thank you
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Some ones from the Pagan thread, just to keep the fire lit.
>>10906 This one seems anti-Christian. I don't know why it keeps getting posted.
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>>10934 Tom makes some good stuff
>>10973 shills post it.
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>>10969 I'd like to add to this pile (both OC).
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>>10978 Agreed. Here are some of my favs.
>>10973 I guess the message just goes over some people's heads?
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Don't care for nujak memes personally.
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>>11451 Rework of your second pic because 1. Fuck wojaks 2. I don't think anyone actually espouses panels two and three And you say it's OC but the filename clearly indicates you got it from somewhere else.
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While I'm on a roll. I used the Monty Python versions so they'd be recognisable. Amazingly enough the dialogue even fits their characters.
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And now I'm reminded of an image I made years and years ago back when I still browsed /pol/. The right opportunity to post it never came up. Not really Christian themed but if I don't post it now it will never get posted.
>>11465 You've completely misinterpreted the character of Pilate. John 19:12 "And from thenceforth Pilate sought to release him: but the Jews cried out, saying, If thou let this man go, thou art not Caesar's friend: whosoever maketh himself a king speaketh against Caesar." This is the same in all four gospels. Pilate wanted to release Jesus the entire time it's why he gave the Jews a choice between Christ and Barabbas. and why he washed his hands and said that the blood of Jesus isn't on his hands even though Jesus stated he did sin it was the Jews who committed the greater sin. Because he never wanted to kill Jesus.
>>11467 I'm aware. The first panel is after he meets Jesus and wants to release him but the crowds kept urging him to kill Jesus and threatening a riot. Therefore, his solution is to let the local Jews do it themselves. It prevents more civil disturbance, removes any possible accusation of treason against Caesar which the Jews were bringing to bear against him, and he even gets to wash his hands of the matter. It's the most politically expedient solution. And reminder that while Pilate may not have wanted to kill Jesus, he didn't prevent it from happening though it was completely within his power.
>>11469 Fair enough, But Pilate did want to release him, That's why Pilate brought Barabbas into the equation to begin with. He thought that they'd rather have Jesus back than Barabbas. And you also need to remember that God is completely in control at any given time. Jesus even said that he could bring down a legion of angels at his will to deal with the situation but chose not too to fulfill scripture.
>>11461 same, they just seem kind of lazy and smug to me
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>>11464 I like your rework, but the original does provide some broader points for Lolberts' and Communists' thick skulls.

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