On the term “troll”
Atheists are among the most disgusting and intolerant of all human beings.
If there’s anything atheists all unanimously oppose it’s the idea of free and open criticism. In order to eliminate free and open criticism atheists have been popularizing the term ‘troll’.
Liberal atheists countries have even proposed “hate speech” laws in order to prevent free and open criticism. In reality any kind of criticism can personally be interpreted as hate speech.
If someone makes fun of religion will atheists consider it as hate speech? Obviously not.
If someone makes fun of atheists will atheists consider it as hate speech? Obviously so.
We can see that “hate speech” and “trolling” are completely subjective concepts varying by an individual’s own personal feelings. If someone makes fun of celebrities, political figures, religion, atheists, etc…it can all be personally interpreted as hate speech.
For some reason all the videos on YouTube making fun of and condemning religion atheists never consider as “hate speech” or “trolling”. You will NEVER hear an atheist accuse another atheist of trolling for making fun of, condemning, or ridiculing religion.
On the other hand any kind of criticism of atheists, atheism, or atheistic arguments atheists will view as trolling and hate speech. It doesn’t matter if the person doesn’t use any insults, personal attacks or anything like that, if they simply criticize atheists, atheism, or atheistic arguments atheists will consider it as trolling.
Let’s look at a simple example:
“Religion blocks human progress” – The atheist does not consider this as trolling
“Atheism blocks human progress” – The atheist does consider this as trolling
What is the reason for this? When the atheist personally disagrees with an argument they view that argument as trolling, when they personally agree with an argument they do not view it as trolling. We can see that labeling something as “trolling” is nothing more than a convenient method used to prevent criticism of one’s personal beliefs.
Since the term “troll” is very subjective you can label any kind of criticism as trolling.
This happens in basically all areas:
– Stormfront Nationalists users may accuse people who criticize their racism as trolling
– Anti-racists may consider racists as trolling
– Democrats may view Republican arguments as trolling and vice-versa
– Anyone who challenges any belief can be labeled as a “troll”
You can label virtually any kind of criticism as trolling, if you wanted to.
So what’s the reason atheists view any criticism of atheists as trolling? It’s specifically because 100% of atheists are staunch anti-science fanatics and strongly oppose the idea of free and open criticism.
They want atheistic beliefs and arguments to receive special protection from questioning, criticism, and scrutiny. In other words they want the entire world to become similar to an atheist fan site where everyone must agree with atheists and not question any of their nonsensical arguments.
Criticism, scrutiny, and questioning are important principles in science so all those who oppose those principles oppose science and are therefore anti-science fans.
When atheists see someone criticizing atheistic beliefs or atheistic arguments they think in their mind “What a great thing it would be if people weren’t allowed to criticize atheistic beliefs and arguments. It would just be better if everyone was forced to blindly agree with atheists and not allowed to question atheists”
Protecting atheistic beliefs and atheistic arguments from criticism, scrutiny, and questioning is one of the utmost goals for an atheist.
Atheists all know that there beliefs are wrong and false so they will try anything to prevent people from questioning, criticizing, and scrutinizing their beliefs.
If atheists knew their beliefs were true why would they want to prevent criticism?
Theists like me who know their beliefs are true and flawless will never try to prevent anyone from questioning, criticizing, and scrutinize their own beliefs. If a statement is actually true then it will stand up to any amount of criticism, so why should I be afraid of criticism like atheists are?
What a terrible thing it is that atheists have made it so that any kind of criticism of atheists, atheism, and atheistic arguments is considered as “trolling”. It’s a great strategy to protect atheistic arguments and beliefs from criticism.
What could be more disgusting to an atheist than allowing free and open criticism?
What could be more pleasing to an atheist than to have their beliefs, thoughts, and arguments remain unchallenged, protected, unquestioned, and not criticized?
Personally I believe that criticism of anything and everything should be allowed regardless of whether or not I personally agree or disagree or find the criticism upsetting, to be offensive, etc….that’s why all comments are allowed and no one gets banned or blocked here.
All those who are concerned with truth will never try to protect any belief from criticism, scrutiny, and questioning like atheists do by labeling any kind of criticism as trolling.
If our objective is to learn the truth, then let us not follow the way of the atheists, but let us instead always allow criticism and scrutiny of all things regardless of how strongly we personally agree or disagree. The more people criticize, question, and scrutinize things, the closer we come to the truth.
In conclusion the term “troll” is nothing more than a convenient relatively new way of preventing criticism and scrutiny of beliefs.