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July 4th, 2010

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Sunday, July 4th, 2010 02:58 am
Religious people should not be permitted to scare and traumatize our children with their vile, cruel horror stories. The violation of their young, unformed and very impressionable minds with these preposterous and evil inventions is tantamount to child abuse.

Children are by definition innocent and, as the weakest members of our society, should be protected from these deluded liars who want to torment them.

As responsible parents we don't like it when our children watch pornography. We should be even more reluctant to allow that they are traumatized into believing the horrible lies of irresponsible, stupid people, telling them that a brutal, narcissistic sadist will burn them forever and ever and ever for imaginary transgressions against this imaginary monster.

No wonder there are so many mentally unstable, unadjusted personalities. Their minds were deformed by malicious falsehoods and as a result their look on life is totally screwed and their values immoral.

By law a person should be at least eighteen before someone can try to pervert him with these atrocious fables.

I wonder how many, well educated, young adults would believe this preposterous nonsense if the first they heard about it was when they were at a suitable age.
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Sunday, July 4th, 2010 03:01 am
Why hasn't the criminal Joseph Ratzinger been arrested? He covers for other criminals of his rapist mafia.

On Monday, June 21st, 2010 the Vatican, headquarters of the Unholy Rapist Mafia of Rome, issued a statement rebuking Christoph Schoenborn, the archbishop of Vienna, and ordering him to shut up.

Schoenborn had accused the former Vatican secretary of state, cardinal Angelo Sodano, of blocking a church investigation into the late cardinal Hans Hermann Groer, who was accused by victims in 1995 of abusing boys at a seminary in Austria. He calls for greater transparency and demands for a crackdown on priests who rape and sodomize children.

Calling for justice? Calling for transparency? Asking that children should not be sodomized by catholic priests? What was the man thinking? That is not the christian way. Surely, he must be mad.

What is wrong with this picture?


The reaction of the criminal Ratzinger was very predictable and in accordance with christian morality: The problems of my criminal organization are to blame on those raped kids. Those little assholes keep reporting the sexual crimes of my accomplices to the media. Nobody ever had any problems in the good old days when the press printed what we told them to print, the Internet didn't exist and those evil, evil, raped kids kept their filthy mouths shut (except when we wanted to put our penis in them) because we threatened to have them declared insane and put away for the rest of their lives.

Moral people with a conscience would congratulate Schoenborn for his actions. But then again, the criminal Ratzinger is a christian, and even a catholic, so he has no morals and probably no conscience.

There shouldn't be a church investigation. Those rapists should be arrested. So should the guys who tried to cover for them, to begin with the known criminal Ratzinger. There should be a serious, independent investigation by civil authorities.

An investigation into rape by the rapists themselves is too ridiculous for words. You don't ask Hitler to investigate what happened to the Jews. You don't ask habitual liars to investigate anything whatsoever and expect to hear the truth.

So, why hasn't the criminal Joseph Ratzinger been arrested?
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Sunday, July 4th, 2010 08:53 pm
Some people seem to think that we should respect religion. That we should live together in peace.

This is a mistake.

You shouldn't try to live together with immorality. You shouldn't esteem lies. You shouldn't respect a depraved system. You shouldn't tolerate an authoritarian, nonsensical way of thinking that has caused wars and genocide, that has killed and tortured people for no good reason and continues to do so.

You can't reason with cancer. You can only feel sorry for the afflicted.

You can't compromise with evil.

Neville Chamberlain, prime minister of Great Britain, tried to do just that in 1938. He made a pact with Adolf Hitler, called the Munich Agreement. In it Hitler promised, amongst many other things, to not attack Poland.

The agreement made Neville Chamberlain the most popular man in Great Britain. Most people thought he was a wise, sensible and tolerant man.

Winston Churchill on the other hand doubted the sincerity of the Nazi dictator and warned that he wasn't to be trusted. He said Nazism was an evil system, that it could only lead to war and that Great Britain should prepare for that. Most people thought he was a ridiculous, old fool and a dangerous warmonger. They mocked him.

In 1939 Hitler invaded Poland.

Chamberlain had been wrong. Churchill was right.

You may call me a radical atheist. You may call me a fanatic.

I call you Neville, if you think we can live together in peace with the evil that is religion.

Ultimately, religion won't let us.