Man without plan futility metaphors

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J. Hampton Keathley, III J. Hampton Keathley III, . was a 1966 graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and a former pastor of 28 years. In August of 2001 he was diagnosed with lung cancer and on August 29th, 2002 he went home to be with the Lord. Hampton wrote many articles for the Biblical Studies Foundation and on... More

William Rubinstein wrote "Pre-literate societies, even those organised in a relatively advanced way, were renowned for their studied cruelty...'archaeology yields evidence of prehistoric massacres more severe than any recounted in ethnography [., after the coming of the Europeans].'" [30]

flog a dead horse To attempt to rekindle interest in a worn-out topic, flagging discussion, doomed or defeated legislation, or other matter; to engage in futile activity. The figurative use of this expression is closely related to the literal, ., it is useless to attempt to revive or stimulate something that is dead.

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Corporations and “Presstitutes”…terms used by those who fear the ‘Jew word” like Alex Jones…do NOT own the media…JEWS own the media:

No doubt one of the items at the recent Liberal cabinet retreat was looking at how the current budget track holds under a host of dark scenarios: If inflation jumps and the Bank of Canada goes hiking; if Donald Trump decides he needs an easy “win” and terminates NAFTA; or if Kim Jong Un decides the West Coast of North America is due for target practice.

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