A ranked-choice voting system is better than first-past-the-post.

No, it's not, but it's definitely a baseline for most of these systems. If the winning candidate would not have gotten the plurality of votes, then the system sucks.

Appeal To Belief

"sucks"

If bad things happen, god is either not all powerful, doesn't love us, or doesn't exist

If god is already all powerful, then there is no need for him to change.

False Analogy

ABILITY and NEED are not the same thing. It's a misdirection. God can't change himself but he doesn't need to so therefore he is still all powerful? That's internally inconsistent.

If bad things happen, god is either not all powerful, doesn't love us, or doesn't exist

"most powerful being" does not imply "absolutly powerful".

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Moving the goalposts. The argument at the top of the page is: "If bad things happen, god is either not all powerful, doesn't love us, or doesn't exist" The argument here admits, then, that got is NOT all powerful.

If bad things happen, god is either not all powerful, doesn't love us, or doesn't exist

The United States does this exact thing, and I surprised you didn't see the connection I was trying to make. The United States defends free speech, it's in the First Amendment. However there are plenty of companies that will fire people or not hire people because of their beliefs or what they say.

False Analogy

The resulting presumption is that companies are loving towards their employees. You must first establish that before using companies firing employees as an analogy to god's love.

If bad things happen, god is either not all powerful, doesn't love us, or doesn't exist

I think it is probable we are working with different definition of freedom. (i don’t even consider free-will because i think it is a ill-defined concept most of the time). It seem it will be very hard to agree without clearing this point.

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Moving the goalposts again. Every single word is being redefined in order to fit the desired outcome. First it was "love" and now it is "freedom." Eventually no word will have meaning, all in order to contort meaning itself to fit the desired conclusion. But logical arguments are not tied to words, but to meanings of the words as argued. Fluid semantics is not an argument but a desperate fallacy.

If bad things happen, god is either not all powerful, doesn't love us, or doesn't exist

Or has a different view of what is 'bad'

Fallacy Of Red Herring

Moving the goalpost as to what is good or bad from what human society has come to acknowledge.

History is the repeating story of the White race building great Civilizations and pushing Humanity forwards, only to import other races and miscegenerate with them - whereupon the Civilization crumbles and destroys itself.

Great civilizations are the true historical winners that should deserve praise. Why was the Computer not developed in non-white countries? Why was the Industrial revolution not shared with the world from China or India? Why was the theory of Evolution or Relativity achieved in white society?

Begging The Question

The argument begs itself by picking only those examples that support its argument as the only examples that are relevant.

History is the repeating story of the White race building great Civilizations and pushing Humanity forwards, only to import other races and miscegenerate with them - whereupon the Civilization crumbles and destroys itself.

History was literally defined as 'heroic acts' for most of 'history' - this means inspiring transcendental civilizational epochs where humanity was pushed forwards - 'Great civilizations' are more important and heroic, white people construct these and generate the heroics that have lasting impact.

Fallacy Of Special Pleading

Deliberately ignoring Chinese history in order to avoid counterexamples

There is no such thing as global warming.

The models used to project that the planet is warming involve a number of questionable assumptions, simplifying mathematical approximations, questionable modeling shortcuts, persistent disagreement over fundamental processes, and base upon insufficient data to make a certain claim

Fallacy Of Special Pleading

The statement depends on a trend to suddenly stop. A trend by definition is expected to continue in the same direction. The argument doesn't explain why this trend would not follow that expectation.