Wednesday, January 3, 2007

One or two things about Christians

One thing that I have noticed about Christians is that when they are engaged in any type of intelligent debate that challenges their beliefs they simply ignore the facts and silence the message of the opposing viewpoint. They seem to be so insecure in their beliefs that they cannot have them even slightly shaken or else the very core of their existence seems to crumble right before their eyes.
Another thing that I have noticed about Christians is that they tend to be immensely controlling. Even in the midst of their complaints about persecution they still seem to be in power in every aspect of our lives. At least when the black man complains about past grievances they are complaining about something that still effects them to this day. Christians complain about past grievances even they have currently seized power in the United States. I mean, with the exception of Kennedy, name one American president that has not claimed to be a Christian. No why you can't? Because there are none! How is it that Christians are still being affected by the past when they are currently controlling the future. How is it that Christians are allowed to stop such scientific endeavors, like stem cell research, that could cure paralysis extend our lives, and make us healthier, while at the same time supporting the deployment of our men to a country overseas, to have them die, when we have no business in being there in the first place.
Another thing that I have noticed about Christians is that they unrepentantly hurt and injure others and are only sorry when they are caught. That's right folks, can you believe it? Mr. Drunk fuck, the one, the only the drunk driving asshole, not only attends a non-denominational church in Monument Colorado, but is extremely involved in his faith, and has a wife that even volunteers the majority of her time at the church. Wow, not only do we have over nine million Christian caused deaths due to the crusades alone(, but we continue to have these scum of society out wreaking havoc on good people that can actually live their lives on a moral code without the threat of an old man with a lightning bolt in the sky looking in on you.
Christians love to whine about the separation of church and state. They love to say that this clause was meant to keep the state out of the church but not the church out of the state. What a bunch of hypocrites, and not to mention, idiots. The whole reason that the forefathers of our country wanted to separate the church and the state was because they had lived in a country where the church and the state were not separate, and had seen first hand the type of damage the church causes when they are given the power of a political stage. Although our Forefathers were Christians at least they were smart Christians!
Why is it that we continue to put up with these Christians? Why is it that we allow them to ban homosexual marriage, to dictate the drugs we can and cannot put into our bodies, to cast us into an inferior class of society if we are the wrong race, creed or religion. I would like to one day see a world free of religion, where people could be free to interact with each other just as human beings, and toss aside all of the pretense of having to do so because it is what "God" wants you to do. With that I leave you with the lyrics of one of the most brilliant men of the last century!

Imagine, by John Lennon

Imagine there's no Heaven It's easy if you try No hell below us Above us only sky Imagine all the people Living for today Imagine there's no countries It isn't hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people Living life in peace You may say that I'm a dreamer But I'm not the only one I hope someday you'll join us And the world will be as one Imagine no possessions I wonder if you can No need for greed or hunger A brotherhood of man Imagine all the people Sharing all the world You may say that I'm a dreamer But I'm not the only one I hope someday you'll join us And the world will live as one

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