Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I neednt argue about that; Im right and Ill be proved right. Were more popular than Jesus now; I dont know which will go firstrock n roll or Christianity. Jesus was all right but his disciples were thick and ordinary. Its them twisting it that ruins it for me.
Playboy Interview with The Beatles: February 1965 issue
PLAYBOY: "You guys seem to be pretty irreverent characters. Are any of you churchgoers?"
PAUL: "Not particularly. But we're not antireligious. We probably seem antireligious because of the fact that none of us believe in God."
JOHN: "If you say you don't believe in God, everybody assumes you're antireligious, and you probably think that's what we mean by that. We're not quite sure 'what' we are, but I know that we're more agnostic than atheistic."
PLAYBOY: "Are you speaking for the group, or just for yourself."
JOHN: "For the group."
GEORGE: "John's our official religious spokesman."
PAUL: "We all feel roughly the same. We're all agnostics."
JOHN: "Most people are, anyway."
RINGO: "It's better to admit it than to be a hypocrite."
JOHN: "The only thing we've got against religion is the hypocritical side of it, which I can't stand. Like the clergy is always moaning about people being poor, while they themselves are all going around with millions of quid worth of robes on. That's the stuff I can't stand."
PAUL: "A new bronze door stuck on the Vatican."
RINGO: "Must have cost a mighty penny."
PAUL: "But believe it or not, we're not anti-Christ."
RINGO: "Just anti-Pope and anti-christian."
PAUL: "But you know, in America..."
GEORGE: "They were more shocked by us saying we were agnostics."
JOHN: "Then they went potty; they couldn't take it. Same as in Australia, where they couldn't stand us not liking sports."
PAUL: "In America, they're fanatical about God. I know somebody over there who said he was an atheist. The papers nearly refused to print it because it was such shocking news that somebody could actually be an atheist... yeah... and admit it."
RINGO: "He speaks for all of us."
Ali Velshi never thought he would live in a country where democracy itself was under attack. Until now.
CNN's Don Lemon reacts to GOP lawmakers' outrage over President Joe Biden's comments after he criticized states such as Texas and Mississippi for lifting Covid-19 restrictions, accusing those in power of "Neanderthal thinking."
CNN's Erin Burnett says Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) is not trying to improve the Covid-19 relief bill or change any senators minds by having the over 600 page bill read on the floor, but rather pulling a "simplistic circus stunt."
MSNBC host Ali Velshi says networks should not be giving a platform to liars.
The House of Representatives has left Capitol Hill for the week, but the National Guard soldiers standing watch around a hardened post-insurrection security perimeter could have their work cut out for them today.
We have obtained intelligence that shows a possible plot to breach the Capitol by an identified militia group on Thursday, March 4, the Capitol Police department said Wednesday in a statement, noting that they were taking the intelligence seriously. The FBI and Department of Homeland Security also issued a bulletin of their own, cautioning that domestic extremists had formed plans to take control of the US Capitol and remove Democratic lawmakers on or about 4 March.
The FBI and DHS bulletin also warned that the perception of election fraud and other conspiracy theories associated with the presidential transition may contribute to [domestic violent extremists] mobilizing to violence with little or no warning. House leaders were quick to heed both warnings, announcing late Wednesday that the lower chamber would not be in session the next day.
The reason for all the alarm? After the January 6 insurrection failed to stop lawmakers from certifying Bidens win and the new president was sworn in on January 20, QAnon believers and other Trump-centric cultists repurposed a decades-old conspiracy theory to fit their delusions. In short, their new narrative posits that Donald Trump will be sworn in as the nations 19th real President on the fourth day in March, which was the date set in the Constitution for presidential inaugurations until the 20th Amendment was adopted in 1933.
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