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2020.09.22 22:36 BolverkSparkMy wife(28) has succumbed to Q unknowingly and won't be convinced its fake
My wife, who I love very very much, has confirmed that she 100% believes the pizzagate scandal, the Trump administration's fight against pedophilia, the "plandemic", the satanic rituals of the Democratic cabal along with Hollywood and the end times are all tied into this as prophecy. She unaware of who Q is, but his spout of BS perpetuates her belief system. These views came about when her mother (late 40s) started posting and preaching all this crap about the satanic systems going about right now. Her mother has always been about conspiracies, natural medicines, and is a *hard air quote* "professional" holistic practitioner. I know her mother is lost and never coming back, but I fear that this is going to put a wrench into our marriage and lives. My wife and I have a strong belief in our Christian lifestyle and only want to follow what God wanted (At least, for me,hadstrong beliefs anyway, more on that later). Since the Q conspiracies play a lot on the fundamentalist system, its hard to really differentiate if this is really necessary for what God is trying to reveal about the election. All these fake articles are being taken as sources for wife and I warned her about these before hand. Her mother loves posting articles from famous conspirator and pseudo-scientist, Mike Adams founder of NaturalNews.com, and how all of his information has no basis (the guy literally states "our sources confirm", and never lists who his sources are), and its all a hate campaign. I don't know what to do anymore, and if this is truly what it means to be a follower of God, then I don't believe in it, I lost my faith if this is what these nutjobs claim Christianity to represent. My two greatest obstacles are this:
Her faith in her mom. She will blindly believe her because she claims she's always been right about things in her life, and she'll even go as far to ask her mom to confirm information that I gave her, despite her asking me in the first place. Her loyalty to her mom is very unhealthy even though she claims that's how latinos are. (Other latinx reading this can tell me if this is true or not)
Her critical mindset is what most call a closed minded soldier, rather than a scout. She is very good at making me think I'm wrong in every argument or opinion even when she has little factual information to back it up. She appeals with her emotions rather than information. Her style is similar to how someone reverses the question to debate it. If I pose fact checks, she calls it fake news and asks "who's fact checking those or the fact checkers." And on the flip side, there is no evidence of these conspiracies other than these specious claims and obviously shopped and edited photos/videos.
It's not very common for us millennials to be drawn into this world, but it's definitely not out of the ordinary. I really love my wife and don't want this to cause an irreversible division on our marriage. I just don't know what to do at this point. I feel like she's in too deep. Edit: I apologize for my grammatical errors and structure, just speaking what is on my mind at the time. 2nd Edit: To address some of the unhelpful self-serving comments. I'm going to be opportunistic or dare I say naive, and assume the few of you are not being glib but just telling me this stuff because you're trying to help. Yes, I came here because I don't have many people to talk to about this. I love my wife very much, but this is beginning to take an emotional toll on me. I'm regressing to just the silent nod which isn't going to fly anymore as this continues. I don't want to divorce, which is why I'm looking here for options but I know it's a last resort if things come to a halt. I don't know why my belief is more particular to you over the issue at hand which is these conspiracies and how it's spinning my life out of control. Whether they are relevant or immaterial, I'm just trying to find out how to deal with the egregious issue which is Q and his influence in my life. That is all.
2020.09.22 21:57 UFGeogIn celebration of #HispanicHeritageMonth, we're highlighting Latinx #GeoGators. First up is Holli Capps, a #UF Geography Master's student of Venezuelan descent. https://geog.ufl.edu/2020/06/12/meet-the-geographer-holli-capps/ Find out more about the Hispanic Student Association in comments.
2020.09.22 18:49 conservativebotfeedJesseKellyDC: I eat so many tacos from the local breakfast taco lady that all I have to do when I call ahead is say, “It’s me.” and she gets my order ready. #TogetherWeAre Latinx. https://t.co/8ijXOLIeeU
2020.09.22 18:07 Pathos316Does Southampton Town Deliberately Underserve Flanders?
So, I'm currently researching why it is that Riverside and Flanders pay so little to Riverhead Central School District, and if there's a case for Riverhead Town annexing Riverside and Flanders from Southampton Town. Some interesting points have come up in the course of my work:
There's a national trend of Black and Latinx housing being under-appraised, which means they pay less in property taxes, which goes to fund the schools.
Riverside & Flanders tried to incorporate as a village back in 1990, called Pine Valley; it was a hot mess that dissolved soon after.
The area is lacking in terms of social infrastructure (think parks, athletic fields, grocery stores, and other places where people organically gather).
Flanders was originally founded by the Southold Colony in the 1600s, but the Southampton Colony claimed it and won it in a lawsuit circa 1667, to get access to its natural resources (peat, bog iron, clay, shellfish, etc). Historically, and since, Flanders has had closer connections to Riverhead.
Given these factors, and Flanders' reputation for crime and poverty, I was curious to know if there's a record of Southampton Town, in an official capacity, either neglecting to do anything for Flanders, or doing something that harmed Flanders. And where I might find such documentation.
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2020.09.22 15:43 deconsumeIt looks like Vanessa Bryant's dealt with a narcissistic parent too
I was reading this online + knew I needed to share. I grew up watching El Gordo y La Flaca, + I know how messy they can be as a show. Well - turns out, the mother of Vanessa Bryant thought it would be a bright idea to go on national Latinx television + cry a sob story about how her daughter has cut off helping her financially. If any of y'all know anything about Latinx parents y'all know that the majority of parents that find this out are gonna be upset with Vanessa + her actions without questioning why this woman's daughter chose to cut her off because in our culture it's expected to help/provide for your parents out no matter how they treat you or what psychological damage they've caused (many of them don't acknowledge or care about mental health to this day). Afterwards Vanessa shares that her mother "has not been physically present or emotionally supportive of my daughters and me after my husband and daughter passed away." Keep in mind Kobe + Vanessa had given her a car, a furnished apartment, expensive jewelry, even alimony leading up to Kobe's death. It has also been shared since Kobe's unfortunate death that Vanessa's mother was the one who leaked information to the press + got a huge payday from it. I know for a fact they paid her big bucks for the El Gordo y La Flaca interview too. This actually hurts a lot to read + learn about because I know that my mom (+ some other family members) has pulled stuff like this on a much smaller scale. They have expectations for you to meet that sometimes (or even always) seem unrealistic + they'll cry a sob story, manipulate, abuse, + gain enablers to make you look terrible when you don't fit into the mold they've carved for you. It's heartbreaking + sad that her mom cares more about her image + money than her own family, but that's narcisstic parents for you. I hope Vanessa + her family can move on in peace away from this toxic family member, out of the public light. TLDR: Vanessa Bryant's mom went on national Latinx television to gossip (with a big payday) about how she was cut off from her daughter + dramatized what she lost without acknowledging that she's caused her daughter + her family a whole lot of hurt. Link to tweet: https://twitter.com/brownsxga/status/1308197429607456768?s=20 Link to Vanessa's statement: https://twitter.com/CopperGrief/status/1308349649942536193
2020.09.22 07:58 -en-@NewYorker: [email protected] on how the term "Latinx" is an attempt to label varied communities that have one thing in common: the ways in which they’ve faced racial discrimination. https://t.co/iHqBtkKslw
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