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January 13, 2013 / itsnobody

Racist experiences with atheists

We can easily establish that atheists are the lowest possible form of life, and there is no atheist (so far) willing to even acknowledge that 100% of all European atheist countries are extremely racist and criticize other racist atheists, so this clearly tells us that atheists do not strongly oppose racism.

Since atheists intentionally refuse to oppose racism and are only concerned with protecting racist atheist countries from criticism (to ensure that the racism continues on) I can only encourage the world to view atheists as subhuman beings.

Nothing really disgusts me and angers me as much as the atheists’ intentional refusal to criticize and oppose racism.

Prior to 2004 I can’t really recall many racist experiences in the US, it’s only upon meeting the atheists.

Here are some racist and/or prejudice experiences I’ve had with atheists:

  • An atheist I know saw a black male wearing a doo rag driving a truck and he said “that guy probably just came back from robbing someone”
  • I was playing ping pong with an atheist girl and another girl who I think is non-religious, and they said “hey let’s play a game, let’s list out all the black and Hispanic names we can think of every time we hit the ball”
  • This atheist friend at my school went up to a female Asian looking teacher and said “konnichiwa” and did a bow stance
  • This atheist girl at my school got into an argument with someone and said that the person was related to Osama Bin Laden or something like that
  • This female atheist said that she didn’t want a “mixed child”
  • I was trying to watch a movie and this atheist said “I don’t want to watch any black shows”
  • This atheist said that she “just didn’t like Asians”
  • This atheist told me that African countries will never amount to anything and that Africans can’t do anything

The racist experiences I’ve had with atheists are countless. Maybe later on I can list out the top 10 most racist experiences I’ve had with atheists.

If anyone has had any racist experiences with atheists feel free to post them.

No one really knows exactly why atheists are so extraordinarily racist, but it’s really true that they are.

The US has just a 0.7% atheist population and the racist experiences I’ve had with atheists are countless. Once the atheist population in the US goes up opposition towards racism will fade dramatically and the US will become much more racist than ever.

I mean we know how racist modern day atheist countries like Denmark, New Zealand, and Sweden are. It’s all the same type of racism all around the world with atheists.

Basically all White atheists dream of living in a Whites-only type of society. A Whites-only type of society is coming soon to the US. Although I cannot predict exactly when it will happen I absolutely know it’s all going to happen relatively soon (within 100 years or less). The more atheistic the US becomes the quicker it will occur.

It was always the atheist kind from the very beginning out to cause racism.

So I have to prepare for what’s going to happen….

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  1. itsnobody / Oct 29 2013 12:08 am

    So far not even one fuckin atheist in the whole fuckin world has come out to oppose racism and racist atheists with their low-life atheist mouth here, not even one.

    100% of the comments from atheists here fit into these categories:
    – Agreeing with and supporting racism
    – Doing everything they can to make atheists look good and/or Theists look bad

    Just acknowledging that racist atheists exist is extremely difficult for atheists so people just have to realize the reality of the situation that the atheist community will never ever come out to oppose racism or racist atheists, ever.

    I already explained in high details how an atheist population directly causes racism, and we know in modern times a 100% of all White atheist countries are extremely racist and nationalist beyond imagination.

    Once the atheist population goes up and becomes the majority here’s what’s guaranteed:
    – Absolutely no opposition towards racism
    – If you attempt to criticize other racist atheists other atheists will come in to stop you (thereby allowing people to be as racist as they want)
    – Support for scientific racism grows
    – Socialism is about a million (maybe a billion) times better for a Whites-only type of society, and liberal atheists support it
    – Hate speech laws to stop people from criticizing racists

    I’m just hoping that a natural disaster comes and kills every atheist off will all the life in them gone. They are the worst of all subhuman beings and they deserve to get killed off by nature.

    In the whole fuckin world not even one atheist disagrees with racism enough to just oppose racist atheists and speak up.

    If the atheist community comes out to oppose racism genuinely then and only then would I consider them as human or partially human, but this never has happened, and probably never will.

    Opposing racist atheists and racist atheist countries in the form of a comment requires virtually no effort and atheists are unwilling to do even that, it just shows you how the atheist kind are.

    • Anonymous / Dec 13 2016 8:48 pm

      You know, I am curious. After reading through a lot of your crap, and after seeing that you are rather stubborn, instead of trying to show you how ridiculous you are, I want to ask one question. If what you are saying is true, and all athiests are racist, why do you think atheism causes racism? If you think that I have no evidence to support anything I said for my first statement, I will begrudgingly create a long list giving a rebuttal to all your fallacious arguments. But only after you answered my first question.

  2. itsnobody / Oct 18 2013 5:00 am

    It’s sad, but true, that atheists are all (or almost all) in on this thing together as one.

    I did find one article on an atheist fan site where an atheist attempted to acknowledge that racist atheists exist (the atheistic author never actually opposed racist atheists but instead merely did everything they could to make atheists look good and Theists look bad), but 100% of the comments on the article from atheists were from racist atheists who disagreed, 100%, they also got lots of thumbs up from other atheists/racists, here’s a link to the page – http://www.atheistrev.com/2007/11/atheism-and-white-power.html.

    Not even one low-life atheist was willing to oppose racism there (on an atheist fan site), just imagine.

    There’s not even 1 atheist that disagrees with racism enough to oppose other racist atheists on their own atheist fan sites?

    It just shows you how disgusting and low-acting atheists are.

    I’ve asked this question, and I’ll ask it again to atheists: If you and your other low-life atheist friends actually disagree with racism then what’s preventing you from opening up your low-life atheist mouth and acknowledging that racist atheists exist, criticizing and opposing them? What’s so hard about doing that?.

    For things like gay rights and abortion rights atheists don’t hesitate to voice their position because they actually disagree.

    If there was an atheist who authentically disagreed with racism it would be extremely easy for them to acknowledge that racist atheists exist and oppose them, their response would be something like: “I think that there really are lots of racist atheists and I think it’s terrible, but I don’t support them and oppose racism”, but there hasn’t been even one response like this from atheists, not one.

    Instead their responses are like this:
    – “I agree with racism and there’s nothing wrong with it”
    – “Some atheists are racist, but also some Theists are too”
    – “What’s wrong with being a racist?”
    – “Nothing can be considered as evidence that any atheist or atheist country is racist”
    – “I oppose racism, so you’re wrong” (attempt to make atheists look good)
    – “I’m not a racist” (attempt to make atheists look good)
    – “Only Theists are racist”
    – “I’m a non-white atheist and I defend and protect other racist White atheists”
    – [Some racial slur here]

    So we can clearly see that every response from atheists fit into these categories:
    – Agreeing with and supporting racism or White Nationalism
    – Trying everything they can to make atheists look good and Theists look bad

    We can see what the atheists’ goals are:
    – Get society to view atheists as good people at all cost
    – Prevent any criticism of racist atheists in order to allow atheists to be as racist as they want
    – Make fun of and ridicule Theists

    It really saddens me, I’m still waiting for the day I meet a non-racist atheist, the only racism I’ve experienced in the US has been from atheists, I thought initially it was just a coincidence but then realized that atheism directly causes racism and White Nationalism.

    I don’t really think there’s anything I can do about it, except for attempting to get society to view atheists as fully subhuman.

    It’s already happened in 100% of all atheist countries, I don’t know what I can do about it…

    The bottom line:
    – Atheists aren’t willing to oppose racism on their own fan sites and forums
    – Atheists aren’t willing to oppose racism even when pressured to here
    – Atheists never will oppose racism

    Here’s another question for atheists: How do you live as a low-life low-acting disgusting subhuman day after day?

    The atheist community never has and never will come out to oppose racism and 100% of all White atheist countries are racist, CASE CLOSED.

    • Anonymous / Oct 20 2013 8:08 pm

      «Instead their responses are like this:
      – “I agree with racism and there’s nothing wrong with it”
      – “Some atheists are racist, but also some Theists are too”
      – “What’s wrong with being a racist?”
      – “Nothing can be considered as evidence that any atheist or atheist country is racist”
      – “I oppose racism, so you’re wrong”
      – “I’m not a racist”
      – “Only Theists are racist”»

       

      Well… Let’s say to be fair that most of their responses are more like this :
      – LMFAO. 
      -blah blah blah you’re dumb shit blah blah blah.
      – you’re a fucking idiot. 
      Etc…
      Insults and vulgarity as usual.

      • itsnobody / Oct 22 2013 12:14 am

        Well I guess your response is just plain denial, fits into the “nothing can be considered as evidence that any atheist or atheist country is racist” response.

        It’s always the same response from your atheist kind.

        Just like I said, what’s so hard about acknowledging that racist atheists exist and opposing them?

        Have fun living as a low-life.

      • Anonymous / Oct 22 2013 12:31 am

        I guess you misread my comment , I was ironically saying that most atheist comments are insults and senseless. 

      • itsnobody / Oct 22 2013 1:11 am

        Oh I see what you’re saying, I mistook you as an atheist attempting to ridicule my comment.

        But I don’t really count baseless insults as responses (a large number of those come from atheists).

      • Anonymous / Oct 22 2013 1:16 am

        Like your baseless comment about all atheists being ‘fools’ and ‘subhuman’?

      • itsnobody / Oct 22 2013 1:25 am

        I see from the IP address that you are a different anon….but my comments about atheists being fools and subhuman are all justified and proven.

        The responses here from atheists only further solidify my stance that society should view atheists as fully subhuman. I don’t consider racists as human beings and the atheist community has intentionally refused to even acknowledge and oppose racist atheists, it just shows you how terrible they are.

        If you really disagree with racism, then what’s stopping you and your other low-life atheist friends from merely acknowledging that racist atheists and racist atheist countries exist and opposing them?

        No one has to pressure atheists to voice their position on gay rights or abortion rights, atheists go out of their way to speak up on things like that because they actually disagree.

        Lots of Christians quickly acknowledge that other racist Christians exist and oppose them, because they actually disagree.

        It’s never even happened once here that an atheist has acknowledged that racists atheists exist and that 100% of all White atheist countries are racist, and opposed them, because atheists don’t actually disagree.

        What the atheist community disagrees with is people “making atheists look bad”, it just shows you how disgusting and selfish the atheist community is.

        As long as the atheist community refuses to oppose racism and other racist atheists, I’ll always view them as fully subhuman, like nothing.

        The atheists’ responses here only further re-confirm just what I thought, that all atheists care about is spreading racism and/or making atheists look like good people, that’s it; all of their responses fit into those categories.

      • Atheists are satanic / Oct 22 2013 1:31 am

        It’s not baseless ; who knows a good atheist ? All liars !

      • Ryan Schick / Aug 2 2014 5:11 pm

        itsnobody says your in denial, but hes the only one on his side. Don’t listen to that creature.

    • Ryan Schick / Aug 2 2014 5:10 pm

      I’m pretty sure itsnobody the scumsucker has had some racist experiences with theists, but doesn’t wanna admit it, either that or this creature is lying.

  3. itsnobody / Oct 11 2013 2:04 am

    I’m just hoping I can get people to view atheists as fully subhuman before it’s too late.

    There hasn’t been even one response from an atheist here opposing racist atheists and racism, all of their responses fit into:
    – Agreeing with and supporting racism
    – Trying everything they can to make atheists look good, and Theists look bad

    Just acknowledging that racist atheists exist is difficult and atheists can’t even do that, if they do they add in “and also Theists…blah blah blah” in order to make atheists look better because their objective isn’t to oppose racism it’s to make atheists look good and Theists bad, that’s it.

    Some people are low-acting, but atheists take it to a whole new level.

    Atheists never have and never will come out to oppose racism specifically because they agree with and support racism or don’t disagree strongly enough with racism to say anything

    • Jack / Oct 11 2013 2:48 am

      “Atheists never have and never will come out to oppose racism specifically because they agree with and support racism or don’t disagree strongly enough with racism to say anything.”

      I oppose racism. In all it’s forms.

      • itsnobody / Oct 12 2013 7:50 pm

        lol, thanks for re-confirming the response I predicted, your response fits into the category of “trying everything to make atheists look good, and Theists look bad”

        If you really oppose racism, then why can’t you open up your low-life atheist mouth and acknowledge that racist atheists exist and oppose them for?

        You claim to be non-racist for the purpose of making atheists look good, that’s it.

        If you or any atheist really did oppose racism then it would be extremely easy to oppose racism in the form of a comment, but even that hasn’t happened yet.

      • Jack / Oct 12 2013 7:55 pm

        That is a very poor argument. That way the atheist is always wrong. If I denounce racism, as an atheist, I am saying theists are bad or wrong? How dies that make sense?

        I think you need to re-think your argument. I do not like racism, whether it is from someone who believes in God or someone who does not. Perhaps I am more agnostic in my beliefs. But that doesn’t change the fact that many different people are racist and I don’t think it matters whether you believe or not.

      • itsnobody / Oct 12 2013 8:00 pm

        No, it’s a great argument.

        Your response continues to re-confirm just what I said, all atheists care about is making atheists look good and Theists look bad.

        You attempted to make atheists look like good people by claiming to be non-racist.

        If you actually disagreed with racism it would be extremely easy for you and your other low-life atheist friends to actually acknowledge that racist atheists exist and oppose them, but this hasn’t happened and never will happen.

        There have been lots of racist atheists who have thrown racist comments at me on this blog site, and not one atheist spoke up against it.

        Just try and realize that atheists are the lowest most disgraceful subhuman beings that exist.

      • Don't give up ! / Oct 14 2013 8:41 am

        «There have been lots of racist atheists who have thrown racist comments at me on this blog site, and not one atheist spoke up against it.»

         

        I’m pretty sure Jack also threw some insults against you using different nicknames. Atheists are cynical people.

      • Jack / Oct 13 2013 6:12 am

        But I do oppose racist atheists. When I said I opposed racism in all it’s forms, I also meant any atheists who are racist. I work for the Human Rights Commission and have heard your argument before. Not from you of course, but a lot of different conservative Christian dogma.

        I have, unfortunately, experienced and dealt first hand with racism and can honestly say there is no room for it amongst any humans, regardless of their religious beliefs. People like yourself do not help matters. You are not part of the solution but part of the cause.

      • Anonymous / Oct 13 2013 7:37 am

        Lol. Human right activism doesn’t prove you are sincerely opposed to racism. 

      • Anonymous / Oct 13 2013 2:03 pm

        Atheism is definitively not compatible with religions. Why would people who incite kids to drink, to smoke, do drunk, have sex with unknowns , blaspheme, mock minorities etc…would help genuinely the human rights ?

      • itsnobody / Oct 18 2013 4:23 am

        Working for the Human Rights Commission doesn’t prove anything.

        But you don’t oppose racism, if you did you would actually acknowledge that racist atheists exist and oppose them, instead your response was “I claim that I oppose racism” which fits into my predicted response of “trying everything you can to make atheists look good”.

        You never opposed racism, you simply claimed to oppose racism to make atheists look good and then made another rant to make Theists look bad.

        If you oppose racism then what’s preventing you and all your other low-life atheist friends from just merely acknowledging that racist atheists exist and criticizing and opposing them? That’s not even happened once on this entire blog site, atheists are unwilling to oppose racism even in the form of a comment.

        The responses from almost every atheist here are just like yours, trying everything they can to make atheists look good and Theists look bad, because that’s ALL that you atheists care about.

        Atheists know that acknowledging that racist atheists exist would make atheists look bad, so they can’t even do that.

        Thanks for proving me right!

      • Who wants to be deported in a labour camp ? / Oct 20 2013 8:12 pm

        Gospels’ laws are much more humanistic than the atheistic faux concern for human rights. Then , what’s the point to expect the atheists (who have absolutely no experience to improve human conditions) to act properly. Who wants to be deported in a labour camp ?

  4. itsnobody / Sep 30 2013 2:54 am

    Yeah well the case is closed, every liberal atheist agrees.

    The best US state for a Whites-only type of society right now is Maine, which is one of the most liberal atheist states in the US.

    The main benefits of a high liberal atheist population for White Nationalists/Nazis are:
    – Absolutely no opposition towards racism, White Nationalism, or Nazism (I mean zero opposition, like nothing)
    – Socialism is much better for a Whites-only type of society (preventing and stopping non-whites and immigration), and liberal atheists support it
    – Support for evolution and natural selection rather than the creationist delusion
    – Support hate speech laws to prevent people from speaking up and criticizing racism
    – Viewing Martin Luther King Jr. as just another dumb delusional creationist reverend
    – Opposing Israel and hating Jews (liberal atheists support this)

    White Nationalism and Nazism fits in perfectly with the liberal atheist platform.

    All of the observed data clearly matches my empirically testable hypothesis that an atheist population directly causes White Nationalism and Nazism to grow.

    We know that 100% of all modern day White atheist countries are extremely racist/nationalist, based on my empirically testable hypothesis we can predict which countries are up next based on the rising atheist population: Australia, Canada, and the Netherlands

    The ones that originally wanted a Whites-only type of society were the ones in the Northern states. The people in North quickly opposed slavery because they thought that bringing in African immigration just because some people wanted slaves was terrible for a Whites-only type of society. How disgusting is it to have Africans around you just because some people want slaves? That’s why Northern Whites very quickly opposed slavery, to preserve a Whites-only type of society.

    The founders of Nazism, Heinrich Himmler, Martin Bormann, and Alfred Rosenberg all detested and hated Christianity. The real Nazis and White Nationalists know that their White race matters so much more to them than what they call a disgusting semitic religion.

    Heinrich Himmler warned the Nazis about how dangerous Christianity is, once the atheist/agnostic/non-religious population goes up, that’s it, it’s a Nazi’s dream come true!

    Right now anti-immigration politicians have to fight off all types of Churches, with an atheist population they won’t have to.

    Liberal atheist biologists support White Nationalism and Nazism for the same reasons that they support global warming laws. Science tells to take action.

    I don’t think anything besides some type of divine intervention can prevent what will inevitably happen, I predict by the 2100-2200s that different ethnic groups will be separated out and have very little direct contact with each other.

    View Martin Luther King Jr. as just another delusional, support socialism, support global warming laws, support laws based on what evolution and natural selection tells us, support liberal atheism, support a Whites-only type of society!

  5. doG / Sep 28 2013 3:53 pm

    Your title clearly shows you believe all atheists are racist. What a massive generalization! Of course some are…Christians can be awful too! Shall we argue that all Christians are racist?

    • Anonymous / Sep 28 2013 4:01 pm

      The typical atheist response : blah blah blah you’re dumb shit blah blah blah.

      • doG / Sep 28 2013 4:04 pm

        1) what from that comment means ‘atheism’?

        2) that wasn’t a response to an argument, and

        3) your response was a bit whiney.

    • itsnobody / Sep 29 2013 5:31 pm

      I don’t think you understand what I’m saying, being an atheist directly causes you to become racist.

      It’s not correlation, it’s causation.

      If you disagree then please explain how different ethnic groups with different brain sizes (brain volume measured in cc or cubic centimeters) and brain structures can somehow have the exact same intelligence levels (assuming that the brain is the mind).

      • doG / Sep 29 2013 5:44 pm

        Some evidence please of the causation.

  6. William Wallace / Sep 9 2013 7:52 pm

    “Anti-Racist” is simply code-speak for anti-White.
    Stop White genocide!

    • Atheist / Sep 9 2013 8:49 pm

      You’re a moron.

      • Theist / Sep 23 2013 11:05 pm

        @ “atheist”
        U hypocrite , atheists always side with the wrongdoers.

      • Atheist / Sep 24 2013 3:06 pm

        That is a generalisation and not an argument. Think!

      • Theist / Sep 27 2013 6:57 pm

        What about your “moron” argument , loud mouth ? 

      • Theist / Sep 23 2013 11:16 pm

        Also, atheists hate women and blacks because they are more religious.

      • Theist / Sep 27 2013 7:00 pm

        Humanistic atheists come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves.

    • Theist / Sep 23 2013 11:07 pm

      Hitler and Stalin killed more whites what than any other else.

    • itsnobody / Sep 27 2013 8:01 pm

      Yeah well at least you can openly admit that you are a low-life racist unlike the other racists/atheists.

      The ones who are anti-White are other Whites, they are destroying themselves mostly with low birth rates, and also suicides, homicides, accidents, heart disease, etc…

      The dream of a Whites-only type of society is finally coming back thanks to the White atheist population.

      • Atheist / Sep 27 2013 9:12 pm

        Could you please provide the references associated with this theory?

      • itsnobody / Sep 27 2013 10:15 pm

        Which theory are you are referring to?

  7. Olga K. / Aug 23 2013 8:53 pm

    I guess superfluous is also sugarcanegray and digorry.
    Liar , slanderer , a real atheist.

  8. Olga K. / Aug 23 2013 8:50 pm

    @ digorry 
    Did your mother have a stroller accident when you were kid ?
    This can explain your psychological issues. 

    • Diggory / Aug 24 2013 12:55 am

      What issues are those? As I cannot tell what it is you have commented on, I am unable to agree or refute your claims!

      I assume you’re a crazy theist who agrees anyone who does not believe in the Abrahamic god is a racist?

      So far, no one has made any claims that make any sense (except for those who obviously have a scientific background or have done some research).

      No theist on this blog has agreed Priests have molested children, but it is a fact. More factual than the evidence for your god!

      You have the accumulated knowledge of mankind at your fingertips. Go and read some of it, with an open mind, and then decide whether a series of so-called ‘books’ first written 3500 years ago by a group of Bronze Age shepherds, really stands up today.

      • Olga K. / Aug 25 2013 10:39 pm

        You so reliable. 
        Moreover , you should hold back to speak about children at every comment , it sounds a bit suspicious to me. It’s well-known that atheists want  to legalize incest and pedophilia. 

      • Diggory / Aug 25 2013 11:40 pm

        Just bringing an issue to the attention of all you hypocrites! Your religion is a farce.

        Your god is not real and you are all wasting your time worshipping. Death isn’t scary. It’s just a natural part of life. Deal with it.

      • Olga K. / Aug 31 2013 8:34 am

        “Hypocrites” says the swindler.

  9. itsnobody / Jul 11 2013 9:51 pm

    Well the case is closed, atheists has a whole are disgusting people, the lowest of all subhuman beings.

    So far there hasn’t even been one response from just one atheist that opposes racism, so everything I’ve said can be confirmed and re-confirmed.

    Like I said before, if atheists and the atheist community had actually disagreed with racism by now they would’ve:
    – Acknowledged that racist atheists exist and that 100% of all modern day White atheist countries are extremely racist
    – Voiced opposition towards racism and racist atheists

    This hasn’t happened yet, and will most likely never happen, how sad.

    The way atheists instead respond is like this:
    – Claim not to be racist (to make atheists look good)
    – Claim that nothing can ever be considered as evidence that any atheist or atheist country is racist (to get people to stop criticizing atheists for being racist)
    – Change the subject to claiming that Theists are racist (to make Theists look bad)
    – Throw personal attacks at me
    – Remain silent in opposition to racism
    – Do other things to make atheists look good, Theists look bad, and get people to stop criticizing atheists for being racist

    How sad is it that the atheist community never has and never will come out to oppose racism, they are truly disgusting people.

    It is not those who support racism that are only to blame, but also those who remain silent in opposition to racism who are just as responsible.

    There hasn’t been any study performed on racism on how racist atheists are vs. Theists with a high sample of atheists, this is because atheists know how disgustingly racist they are and are trying to prevent people from performing a study like this.

    The studies atheists point out contain samples of nearly 0 atheists, most of them don’t even use the word ‘atheist’ in their papers just ‘nonreligious’ or ‘religious agnostic’, lol.

    The only studies done with high atheist samples are the studies done in countries with high atheist populations.

    The racism studies done in 100% of countries with high White atheist populations (Denmark, Sweden, New Zealand, etc…) have shown them to be extremely racist:
    – Denmark, the most racist country in Europe (http://www1.geo.ntnu.edu.tw/~moise/Data/Books/Reach%20of%20culture/cultural%20racism.pdf)
    – Everyday Racism among Young Men and Women in Sweden (http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/search/detailmini.jsp?_nfpb=true&_&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_0=EJ694844&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=no&accno=EJ694844)
    – Racism in NZ (http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10345507)

    100% of all modern day White atheist countries (countries with high White atheist populations) are extremely racist and nationalistic, there isn’t even 1 White atheist country in all of the entire world that isn’t extremely racist and nationalistic.

    I talked to a racist/atheist Swede, she told me that “nationalism isn’t racism”. So what’s going to happen is that most likely is that the atheists are going to try to desensitize people and get them to think that nothing can be considered as racism.

    Still even now, no atheist has answered the question “what can be considered as evidence that any atheist country is racist?”.

    I’m still waiting for the day I meet a non-racist atheist or anti-racist atheist, I haven’t met any yet. I’ve also met sexist atheists, this atheist told me that men should beat their wives and that men and women weren’t the same.

    Anyone who personally knows an atheist knows how racist they are, they are terrible people.

    In my previous posts I’ve proven that it’s the atheist population directly causing the racism, it’s not mere correlation, basically the atheist population directly causes opposition towards racism to nearly completely cease.

    If atheists aren’t even willing to acknowledge that 100% of all modern day White atheist countries are extremely racist just in the form of a comment do you really think that these type of people will ever come out to oppose racism?

    It’s just too difficult for the low-life atheist community to oppose racism because they don’t disagree with racism strongly enough to do so.

    The same thing is going to happen in all future atheist countries, I predicted Australia, Canada, and The Netherlands up next.

    It has to do with supporting liberal atheism:
    – Supporting the belief in evolution and natural selection as opposed to the creationist delusion
    – Supporting socialism as opposed to the free market and free speech
    – Opposing Israel

    So liberal atheism = White Nationalism, Nazism, basically

    I’m encouraging the entire world to not consider any atheist as a human being, and to view all atheists as subhuman beings, like nothing.

    I really wish the world could give up on racism and hatred, but as long as atheists exist this is quite impossible.

  10. Superfluous / Jun 30 2013 5:46 pm

    This guy contradicts himself…

    Here’s a direct quote by him,

    “I didn’t claim that anyone who is an atheist is a racist…I just claimed that anyone who believes in evolution and that the physical brain is the mind must be a racist by definition I don’t think all non-Christians will burn in hell or whatever. I come to conclusions based upon what I directly observed to be true with my mind, not based off scripture, tradition, or anything like that. The simple fact is atheists have held back science and technology for far too long and it’s up to Theists to teach the subhuman atheists about science.”

    This doesn’t even make sense!

    • itsnobody / Jul 11 2013 9:21 pm

      Well then, which part of it doesn’t make sense?

      My other articles clearly explain in detail the damage atheists have done to science and technology, you can read them if you want.

      But as usual your weak atheistic kind can’t come up with anything better, just lame ad hominems.

      • Superfluous / Jul 12 2013 2:31 am

        The point is that you obviously cannot be trusted with your arguments. One comment says you don’t think all atheists are racist and the other you do…

        For someone who talks him/herself up about being some sort of expert on argument you certainly don’t know how they work! It’s laughable!

        Also, having read other comments on this blog, it appears others have admitted atheists can be racist and have expressed a hatred for it.

        Of course some atheists are racist. Some people who believe in God are as well! What do you have to say about that?

        You seem to be a fan of denigrating those who do not believe the same things you do. I assume this means you are without sin and feel it is alright to start casting stones! Is that correct?

      • itsnobody / Sep 22 2013 11:38 pm

        You can’t be this stupid can you? I claimed that anyone who believes that the brain is the mind and in evolution and natural selection must be racist by definition.

        There hasn’t been any even the smallest squeak of opposition towards racism in the atheist community, all of the atheist responses can be reduced to these:
        – Agreeing with and supporting racism
        – Trying something to make atheists look good and Theists look bad

        “Also, having read other comments on this blog, it appears others have admitted atheists can be racist and have expressed a hatred for it.” – Like where? No atheist who has responded here has.

        That’s it, just like your response just now, you said “Of course some atheists are racist. Some people who believe in God are as well! What do you have to say about that?”, another clear typical example of a low-life racist atheist trying to make atheists look good and Theists look bad, you did this by adding in “Some people who believe in God are as well!! What do you have to say about that?” to make atheists look better, kind of like someone saying “yes I did this, but someone else also did it”

        As for the answer to that question, there’s no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts Nazism or White Nationalism, that’s why lots of racist ex-Christians leave Christianity and become atheists, agnostics, or non-religious.

        Can you answer this simple question:
        – If you and all of your other low-life racist atheist friends actually disagree with racism then why the fuck can’t you open up your low-life atheist mouth for once in that low-life atheist life of yours and say something like this “I think there are lots of racist atheists, I think it’s terrible and I oppose racism, I think that 100% of atheist countries really are racist, but I oppose racism”, a response like this hasn’t even happened once from your low-life atheist kind

        Just acknowledging that 100% of atheist countries are extremely racist is too difficult for the atheist kind.

        Instead the responses from you and your other low-life atheist friends has just been to make atheists look good and make Theists look bad, that’s it.

        It’s always the same thing from your atheist kind.

        I just hope I can get people to view atheists as fully subhuman beings before it’s too late.

      • Superfluous / Sep 23 2013 1:07 am

        Let’s not get personal! I will not say those things because I disagree with your crazy argument. That’s all.

        Actually, I do want to get personal. You are one crazy fucking nut! You’re obviously the kind of person we will all see on the news having shot a bunch of people! You need to speak with someone about your attitude toward others. Unfortunately, your religion is on the way out; you must know that!

        You’re arguments make little to no sense. Think about what you are saying before you say it, otherwise you just come out sounding like a moron.

      • itsnobody / Sep 27 2013 7:47 pm

        Which part of it makes no sense fool (atheist)? It makes perfect sense, you’re just mad that you can’t refute it so you resort to personal attacks.

        If you think it doesn’t make sense then that probably means that you’re just subhuman in terms of intelligence.

        Your response has just been ad hominems, you didn’t refute any statement that I made, why don’t you or one of your other low-life atheist friends answer this question instead of avoiding it for:
        – If you and your other low-life atheist friends disagree with racism then why don’t you open your low-life atheist mouth and acknowledge that racist atheists and racist atheist countries exist and oppose them for? What’s so difficult about that?

        I know the answer, it’s simple atheists can care less about racism, they care about making atheists and the atheist community look good, that matters so much to them that just acknowledging that racist atheists exist is very difficult.

        They are truly disgusting people, the lowest.

      • John the Baptist / Sep 27 2013 9:09 pm

        The issue, I think, is that your arguments are generalizations. You cannot argue that a country or group of people are 100% one thing or another and, as such, your argument falls over because of this. Whilst the Atheist has been personal in his or her attacks, at times, so have you. Aren’t you supposed to turn the other cheek etc?

        Having looked at the previous comments on your blog, it seems you pick and choose which to comment on and which argents to use. Several atheist or agnostic types have agreed with you and tried to reason that perhaps your argument is a little OTT.

        You should try and think about the argument from another persons perspective.

      • itsnobody / Sep 27 2013 9:49 pm

        You’re just using a straw man argument, I didn’t argue that a 100% of a country is racist, I argued that a 100% of atheist countries are racist, it’s two separate things.

        It’s been shown in peer-reviewed studies a 100% of White atheist countries are extremely racist and nationalist. If you ask a typical Swede about it they’ll just say something like “Nationalism isn’t racism” or “We’re just trying to preserve our culture” or something stupid like that.

        I haven’t been personal, just impersonal.

        Which atheists have agreed with me? They are stupid people and should be viewed as subhuman.

        It’s true that I pick and choose which to respond to, that’s mostly because a lot of comments are just garbage personal attacks with no content and because of time.

        I’ve asked atheists many questions and they refuse to answer, like: How can you be a non-racist and believe that the brain is the mind and in evolution and natural selection?

        It’s impossible to be non-racist and believe that the brain is the mind, the two things are in contradiction.
        It’s been proven that different human ethnic groups have brain sizes ranging from 1212 cc – 1518 cc (Smith and Beals 1990)

        So if the brain is the mind, this means intelligence can be determined by brain size and brain structure, and since biology and genetics tells us that our brain size and brain structure are determined by our genes which is linked to our ethnic group this all comes down to the conclusion; that the ethnic group determines our intelligence!

        There’s no way to interpret it differently.

        See, I’ve proven it!

      • doG / Sep 28 2013 3:51 pm

        Am I good or what? Yes, atheists can be assholes. I guess if a Christian can make a scientific discovery and all of Christianity gets the credit, then you can look at an atheist asshole and decide that “typical” atheists are assholes. What happens when a Christian is an asshole? Inception!

        You take one person being a jerk and apply it to all of the people in your out group as a means of insulting them, right after you bitch about being insulted, and have the gall to accuse others of irony? Ok…(thanks JT Eberhard)

      • itsnobody / Sep 29 2013 6:18 pm

        Yeah it’s the same response that I predicted, you’re just changing the subject to claiming that Christians are racist in order to make atheists look better.

        Why can’t you fools (atheists) ever acknowledge that atheists are disgusting people and that 100% of atheist countries are extremely racist?

        The responses clearly provide more evidence that atheists never will come out to oppose racism, they’ll just do everything they can to make atheists look good and Theists bad, or agree with and support racism.

        I’ve already proven how the atheist population directly causes racism.

        Here’s the 2 main ways:
        – Opposition towards Nazism and White Nationalism disappears since there’s no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism or Nazism
        – The belief that the brain is the mind and in evolution and natural selection clearly supports racism (there’s no way to interpret it differently)

        The dream of a Whites-only type of society is finally coming back now that the liberal atheist population is going up.

      • doG / Sep 29 2013 9:58 pm

        You talk about ‘straw man’ arguments and yet seem to be the biggest advocate.

        You also don’t seem to understand evolution. I expect you mean natural selection? Certainly, there are theories that humans have different brain sizes and yet the is very little evidence to suggest this results in capacity issues for all humans. Surely, by your standards, God created people with differing brain sizes, right? How do you explain that?

        No one, including the majority of theists will ever acknowledge that 100% of atheist countries are racist. For starters there are no 100% atheist countries, anywhere, and surely, it can never be claimed, without some serious proof, that all atheists are racist. It’s like stating all people with red hair are homicidal maniacs.

      • Flip flop / Sep 30 2013 4:31 am

        It sounds like you are an expert in very accurate predictions , aren’t you ?
        Guess what ? During years Vladimir Putin was an atheistic KGB agent, and during the very same years he had to say that religions are on the way out ,then persecuted Theists as part of the atheistic plan to eradicate freedom of thinking. Obviously since the Soviet Union collapsed he became a Christian likewise many former Christian-haters in the former Atheistic empire.
        Atheists are more predictable than talented in predictions. 

  11. / Jun 16 2013 10:35 am

    @ atheist voice/digorry/confused/sugarcanegray

    You are obviously to ashamed to write comments under the same nickname and too lazy to send quotes.

  12. Yves / Jun 14 2013 12:15 pm

    @ Diggory aka Sugarcanegray aka Pinocchio

     
    Yes, I admit it. I went to a website that had a different version of the bible as an example. Please, explain to your cult why there are different versions of the word of god.

     
    What’s the name of the version of the Bible which condones rape and pedophilia ? Who is the author ?
    Tell the truth to the readers  , Sugarcanegray ! 

    • Atheist voice / Jun 14 2013 12:17 pm

      You don’t know there are different versions of your gods written word?

      You are truly a moron. Read something dick head!

      Which god condones raping children and virgins?

      Your’s does.

      • / Jun 15 2013 9:15 pm

        @ thousand-name Pinocchio

        At this point, I just veted the new testament’s quotes -you posted last time- with a christian girlfriend and we found out that once again you mislead the readers, some citations are even purely bogus. You really nasty !!! Your life is based on cliches, preconceaved ideas and rush to judgemant. You obviously as lazy as ill-intended. As a slanderer you really have some nerve to advocate the cause of women.

      • Atheist voice / Jun 15 2013 11:42 pm

        Read both testaments and check every denominations version have you?

        You theists are truly idiots. Do you believe in other supernatural things?

        Witches? Warlocks?

        2 Corinthians 11:13-15
        Leviticus 19:31
        Exodus 22:18

        As for ridiculous bible entries;

        Deuteronomy 23:1
        Deuteronomy 25:11-12
        Deuteronomy 28:53-55
        Deuteronomy 28:56-57
        Kings 2:23-24

        As for the way women are treated;

        1 Timothy 2:12
        Judges 19:25-28
        Ephesians 5:22
        Leviticus 21:9
        Leviticus 11:2
        Leviticus 12:5
        1 Corinthians 11:3
        1 Corinthians 1:8-9
        1 Corinthians 14:34-36
        1 Peter 3:1-7

        Still no comment from anyone about all the priests and ministers who milestone children though is there! You’re all hypocrites!

        Also, I haven’t lied about who I am. I put my name down, you use the female symbol. What are you afraid of?!

  13. Yves / Jun 14 2013 9:41 am

    @ Digorry aka Sugarcanegray 

       “I did cut and paste the verse. It was from somebody else’s site. It appears that person got it wrong.”   

    Oh my God ! You came across with pure intentions to visit a lousy website fed by an uncultivated drop-out who provides implausible claims. 
    It’s just ANOTHER INSIGNIFICANT coincidence ! It was quite not predictable …

    • Diggory / Jun 14 2013 10:37 am

      Yes, I admit it. I went to a website that had a different version of the bible as an example. Please, explain to your cult why there are different versions of the word of god.

      Nothing in your bible makes sense. Go on explain the the details of the bible. Are you a Calvinist or what? Your particular cult states the written bible is the very word of god. So explain why it is alright to rape virgins!

      If you are truly a believer you should be able to rationally explain it to everyone here!

      Go on, don’t degrade me or anyone else here. Just explain why you think your god is the right god.

      It is really easy.

      Why do you believe god is real?

      If you cannot answer this simple question then surely you have to wonder where exactly your faith sits.

      If you can actually answer that without putting down people who don’t believe the way you do then I will tell you who I actually am ( and it is not sugarcanegray – I’m really not that guy, honestly)

      Go on, give it a try.

  14. / Jun 13 2013 10:48 pm

    @ Digorry/ sugarcanegray /Pinocchio

    I’m not an atheist.you’re too lazy to read and quote correctly ? You really a lousy liar. Disgusting.

  15. Yves / Jun 11 2013 11:20 pm

    @ Digorry aka Sugarcanegray aka Confused aka the usurper aka the LIAR   

    Here I am again with the damning evidences that you are the vilest being on Earth :

    1/According to you :
     “Deuteronomy 22:28-29 says that if a man randomly meets a virgin and decides to rape her she should be forced to marry him. Therefore, the Bible’s Old Testament approves of raping, enslaving and marrying girls without specifying a minimum age to protect children.”     

    I was quite sure you intentionally misquoted the verses , so here is the truth :
      « 22:28 |  If a man find a damsel that is a virgin,  which is not betrothed  , and lay hold on her, and lie with her, and they be found; 
    22:29 | Then the man that lay with her shall give unto the damsel’s father
     fifty shekels of silver, and she shall be his wife; because he hath humbled her, he may not put her away all his days.   »    
     

    Nowadays in Britain, rapists are not sentenced to the death penalty ; is it an approval of rape ?
    In these verses , it is the rapist who is forced to marry her. He is not condemn to death but have to pay compensation ( 50 shekels of silver was not a small fine) and to marry the one he humbled ( theologians precise that he is forced to provide her a decent marital life and cannot repudiate her unless she finds another man ; obviously , at this time there was no state prison thus no prison sentence ). 
     Although the previous verses clearly condemn to death the rapist :  

    « 22:25 |  But if a man find a betrothed damsel in the field, and the man force her, and lie with her: then the man only that lay with her shall die  . » 

    Do you have anything more consistent to support the typical antisemitic claim of the approval of rape in the Old Testament ? 
    Is Alfred Kinsey your dad or your mentor ? Coincidently, you are a Christian-hater, an anti-Semite  (this falsification of the Old Testament is the signature of the aryan culture), you speak a bit too much about children sexuality in a very suspicious manner and of course, you have the very same scientific methods to support your vile beliefs. 

    2/According to you :
     The Book of Judges says that after the Benjaminite women were killed during a battle, Israili leaders decided to give the remaining Benjaminite men new wives by stealing virgins […] Note that they don’t say to kill children, so apparently all males (boys and men) were killed and all girls were taken as wives. In a hellish battle it’s impossible to know if a woman is a virgin so presumably they just grabbed every girl and killed women who showed signs of aging.
    […]
    But there weren’t enough girls for each man, so they went to Shiloh to abduct more girls: “When the girls of Shiloh come out to join in the dancing, then rush from the vineyards and each of you seize a wife” (“Judges 21:10-24…”).
     

    Actually , these verses have nothing to see with the will of God, they just describe the sins and the anarchy in which the Israeli lived at this time ; the final verse even conclude :

     « 21:25 | In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes.   »  

    Sugarcanegray , are you trying to prove you are a learning disabled ?  
    One can easily find lots of verses which remind the Jewish of the risks to irritate God. 
    I told you : first, learn to read in your mother tongue then stop jerking off before Hitler’s portrait. What are the differences between your defaming declarations and the nazi propaganda ? None ! You begin with the very same false conclusions and you will finally apply THE solution. ( I see you coming , you will say : ” I’m not an anti-semite, I have a Jewish cousin or a Bob Dylan CD.)
    Aren’t you a liar ? So who is the liar Sugarcanegray or Digorry ?
    I guess both are liars and psychopathic .

    Two years ago, coincidentally, an atheist who goes by the name of Sugarcanegray wrote on a website a comment about Daft Punk :  
    “still genius after all this time. Man I wish I still had my vinyl collection.”
     
    What a coincidence , I immediately (the very same day you pop up in this conversation) claimed many times that you are actually Sugarcanegray (the usurper who used about 10 nicknames and impersonated my name , spread implicit racist studies and anti-Semite prejudices ) and you have exactly the same taste and profile :
    “Personally, I like […] big fan of the new Daft Punk album – it’s really good, you should give it a listen.”  

    Anymore lies to spread retard ?

    • Diggory / Jun 12 2013 2:33 am

      You really are completely fucked up! It is brilliant!

      I’ve said it a number of time, but I’ll say it again – I am not the sugarcane guy you are talking about. It truly is just a coincidence. Pretty amazing though I suppose.

      I haven’t spread anything about you online, although I now really want to!

      My point from the start is that you are a fucked in the head crazy guy. All you have done is prove me right. Obviously there are others out there who agree. I was just reading some of the past comments and I am completely right.

      Keep justifying to yourself why it’s alright to steal and rape virgins okay!

      You’re a Calvinist who is supposed to believe in the literal word of the bible as gods word. So you agree with everything in it!

      So I’m blowing this joint.

      You are a fucktard.

      • / Jun 13 2013 1:37 pm

        @ schizophrenic atheist

        Pretty INCREDIBLE coincidence !!! You really don’t look like an innocent though , do you ? Why dont you tell the potential readers why you just didn’t copy/past the biblical verses ? It is quite easier and obviously takes much less time , huh !? As a woman, your bombardament of falsehood weackened my very good feeling for the bible. For people like me who have very poor religious knowledge -my theist beliefs are based on life experience & gut feelings- you almost successfuly hit target , but actualy you just reinforced my intuition to always distrust the atheists. You so petty.

      • Yves / Jun 13 2013 1:51 pm

        The moral of the story is to always be vigilant with the atheists. 
        Pinocchio is much more trustworthy than any atheist. 

      • Diggory / Jun 13 2013 4:21 pm

        …did you know Christian’s used to burn atheists? Actually burn them on a stake.
        Now, I know the same sort of thing used to happen to Christians but, you would think they would learn…

        Also, priests and ministers rape children and have been for years and years…

        Look it up!

        Remember, no one is watching you. None of us are special, we are just animals crawling about and fucking up this planet. God does not know all. If he/she did why would he/she not tell us how to get along? Or stop his own priests from molesting children?

      • Diggory / Jun 13 2013 4:13 pm

        Hi there.

        I did cut and paste the verse. It was from somebody else’s site. It appears that person got it wrong.

        But, what that illustrates is a really good point. Imagine someone wrote a book at a time when there was no Internet for fact checking, in fact, they didn’t even have printing presses! They wrote everything by hand. So, every bible was carefully written down over and over again. Monks used to do a lot of that work. And they made wine and beer.

        Anyway, how could you trust what was being written down? It’s like a giant game of Chinese whispers.

        I urge you to pick up a copy of the bible and read it from cover to cover. Yep, an atheist is telling you to do that. Honestly read it. The same apparent god is in the first testament and the second.

        In the first god is a terrible vengeful god (that is almost a quote), he makes the earth in six days, then has a rest. He produces Adam and Eve from clay and a bone (honestly this is how it is written) and then tells them they can have anything they want in his garden, except apples from this particular tree (sounding a bit folkslorey isn’t it), then, Eve has a conversation with a talking snake…

        Right here we should be having some issues.

        Anyway, he tells mankind he is all powerful etc, etc but he doesn’t mind when the first murder takes place. Hundreds if years pass and Moses is allowed to love for 900 years (WTF?!) and he builds a particularly large boat and puts on it all of the 7 million species of animal and plant life on this planet. Why because god is angry with everyone and has decided to murder them all!

        It goes on and on…whilst you’re reading the bible ask why it is we don’t worship Zeus okay. Lots of people used to. For thousands of years. Were they wrong?

        Remember the other guy, who responded before and the guy who runs this site, they would both turn on you if you even considered questioning god etc.

        I urge you to think rationally. Why would a god create puppies and insects that bore through people’s heads?

        Also, these guys are obviously fucked up! Really read what they have written! Unbelievable, and least I admit I’m just trolling!

        Honestly, I am not NPR have I ever gone under the name of sugarcanegray, I have no idea who that is. The other person states this person trolled him a few years ago? I only found this site last week or something…

        Whatever life’s too short. And there is no heaven. But, the universe is awesome.

    • Diggory / Jun 12 2013 2:36 am

      And another fucking thing!!!!

      You are right! It was wrong.

      28 If a man happens to meet a virgin who is not pledged to be married and rapes her and they are discovered, 29 he shall pay her father fifty shekels[a] of silver. He must marry the young woman, for he has violated her. He can never divorce her as long as he lives.

      Are you married? Did you have to rape someone to do it? Because god told you it was alright?

      • / Jun 13 2013 2:04 pm

        You atheists always try to find a loophole to lay with girls , don’t you ?

      • Diggory / Jun 13 2013 4:27 pm

        Hey sister, I am happily married!

        Atheists are just like you. They just don’t believe is any of the gods.

        I’ve found another list of bible entries you might want to read.

        Let me preface this with the fact there are lots of different versions of the bible, so, this may be different from others, but you will get the point;

        “I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man. She must be quiet.” (1 Timothy 2:12)

        “Go, now, attack Amalek, and deal with him and all that he has under the ban. Do not spare him, but kill men and women, children and infants, oxen and sheep, camels and asses.” (1 Samuel 15:3)

        “You shall not let a sorceress live.” (Exodus 22:18)

        “Happy those who seize your children and smash them against a rock.” (Psalm 137:9)
        “When the men would not listen to his host, the husband seized his concubine and thrust her outside to them. They had relations with her and abused her all night until the following dawn, when they let her go. Then at daybreak the woman came and collapsed at the entrance of the house in which her husband was a guest, where she lay until the morning. When her husband rose that day and opened the door of the house to start out again on his journey, there lay the woman, his concubine, at the entrance of the house with her hands on the threshold. He said to her, ‘Come, let us go’; but there was no answer. So the man placed her on an ass and started out again for home.” (Judges 19:25-28)

        “And the males likewise gave up natural relations with females and burned with lust for one another. Males did shameful things with males and thus received in their own persons the due penalty for their perversity.” (Romans 1:27)

        “Jephthah made a vow to the Lord. ‘If you deliver the Ammonites into my power,’ he said, ‘whoever comes out of the doors of my house to meet me when I return in triumph from the Ammonites shall belong to the Lord. I shall offer him up as a holocaust.’ … When Jephthah returned to his house in Mizpah, it was his daughter who came forth, playing the tambourines and dancing. She was an only child: he had neither son nor daughter besides her. When he saw her, he rent his garments and said, ‘Alas, daughter, you have struck me down and brought calamity upon me. For I have made a vow to the Lord and I cannot retract’.” (Judges 11:30-1, 34-5)

        “Then God said: ‘Take your son Isaac, your only one, whom you love, and go to the land of Moriah. There you shall offer him up as a holocaust on a height that I will point out to you’.”(Genesis 22:2)

        “Wives should be subordinate to their husbands as to the Lord.” (Ephesians 5:22)

        “Slaves, be subject to your masters with all reverence, not only to those who are good and equitable but also to those who are perverse.” (1 Peter 2:18)

      • Diggory / Jun 13 2013 4:33 pm

        Also, what the fuck? Why would you automatically believe some stating they are an atheist would want to have sex with every women they met?

        What kind of twisted thinking is that? Not particularly Christian either.

        Ask the other guy why he won’t admit that priests and ministers have molested children and got away with it. He doesn’t like giving a straight answer. It will be atheists fault I am sure.

        If the bible is not the exact words of an almighty god then how can anyone believe them? Start questioning, don’t be a fucking sheep.

  16. itsnobody / Jun 7 2013 11:14 pm

    I encourage people just know the truth, when you see an atheist know that this person is a disgusting person, a low-life, a liar, a racist, a subhuman being, the lowest possible form of existence.

    If atheists aren’t willing to oppose racism even in the form of a comment (something that requires very little to no effort) we can be certain that they never will oppose racism, Nazism, and White Nationalism, and that’s really all that racist Nazi White Nationalists need, people who don’t oppose them.

    You’ll start hearing atheists/racists say things like “nationalism isn’t racism” and “racial discrimination isn’t racism” just like they do in modern day atheist countries like Denmark and Sweden. In other words they’re going to try to get people to think of Nazism and White Nationalism as good things.

    So be prepared, I wish I had more time to prepare…

    • Diggory / Jun 9 2013 9:12 am

      I encourage people just know the truth, when you see a theist know that this person is a disgusting person, a low-life, a liar, a racist, a subhuman being, the lowest possible form of existence. And believes in something that cannot be proved.

      • Yves / Jun 9 2013 9:23 am

        @ Sugarcanegray aka Digorry aka retarded

        Unmasked once again ! Go back to bedlam , your cure is not over yet.

      • Diggory / Jun 9 2013 9:44 am

        Not sure who you think I am but I have never heard of @sugarcanegray…but you sir/madam sound like a moron!

        Your books are not the actual word of god and cannot be trusted. If the word is not true, how can you be sure your Christian god is?!

      • Yves / Jun 9 2013 9:43 am

        “All Theist priests, pastors and lay ministers are rapist peodophiles. 100% of theists know that this happens and they are doing nothing to stop it. Absolutely nothing.”

        So read this Sugarcanegray aka Digorry aka Usurper :

        There is nothing that atheistic societies are incapable of rationalizing and accepting – including the sexual molestation of children.
        […]
        “This philosopher has been laboring under an unexamined assumption, namely that there is such a thing as right and wrong. I now believe there isn’t…The long and short of it is that I became convinced that atheism implies amorality; and since I am an atheist, I must therefore embrace amorality…I experienced my shocking epiphany that religious fundamentalists are correct; without God there is no morality. But they are incorrect, I still believe, about there being a God. Hence, I believe, there is no morality.”
        […]
        Peter Singer likewise gave his stamp of approval to bestiality. As a reward for producing such pearls of wisdom, he has been granted the privilege of teaching our children “ethics” at an Ivy League university. Moreover, he is by no means the only atheistic philosopher industriously engaged in greasing the precarious slope on which Western society totters. Hence, my “plea” to atheists, for the philosophical groundwork for the acceptance of pedophilia has already been put in place by such philosophers.
         

        http://www.algemeiner.com/2011/08/29/a-plea-to-atheists-pedophilia-is-next-on-the-slippery-slope-let-us-turn-back-before-it-is-too-late/  

        The atheist philosopher Peter Singer also defends the practice of bestiality as well as infanticide and euthanasia.
        So tell us Sugarcanegray , are you the only atheist who opposes child abuse ?  You always talk about this topic, it seems that you like child very much…in an atheistic fashion I guess. Am I wrong ?
         

      • Diggory / Jun 9 2013 9:52 am

        Well bugger me! One person did something once! That’s not proof!

        Just like all your theistic lies! You just find it hard actually saying the words! Priests like fiddling with children! All of them!

        Also, I still don’t know who sugarcanegray/grey is? But it ain’t me. As usual theists have got it wrong. You have absolutely no proof your god even exists. I know it must be hard admitting you are wrong, but try…

        Had any conversations with your pretend friend lately? Perhaps he/she introduced you to that talking snake? Or maybe the talking donkey?

        Hilarious. You have one example of a terrible person. How many priests have molested children again? Please, please justify your gods role in the abuse of children by those representing your god.

      • Yves / Jun 9 2013 10:26 am

        Of course you know who I am talking about , you always have the same vulgar arguments, the very same psychological issues. 
        It’s weird that the Sugarcanegray who used to reply immediately suddenly definitely   vanished the exact minute I humbled him, then less then a minute later, a bunch of unknown atheists ran amok against me with his own arguments.
        Every week, another unknown atheist (who likes child very much. I guess he has never heard of some European atheist representatives who promote the legalisation of pedophilia insofar as he even didn’t know his country has a state religion  ) pop up with the very same arguments, the very same insults, the very same lack of imagination.
        I can’t buy the idea that this is just a coincidence. 

        Hilarious, I have one example of an atheist pedophile ?
        Need another example of an atheist pedophile ? It only took me 3 minutes to find this :

        “Is there any country in the world where a prominent politician could publicly boast his sexual experiences with children aged six years and less, and still stay in office? Probably not – but the European Parliament seems to have rules of its own.
        […]
        But the point is not there. While Daniel Cohn-Bendit may not be a child abuser, he certainly is (and has never denied that)  a politician who has been actively promoting pedophilia as a part of his political agenda. And not he alone, but his entire political movement with him.

        The European Parliament is so permissive because of the influence of the many atheist politicians.

        http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/european-parliament-member-promotes-pedophilia-as-part-of-the-sexual-revolu/  

        http://geoconger.wordpress.com/2013/05/16/paedophilia-and-the-left-redux-get-religion-may-16-2013/  

        “Green Party politician Daniel Cohn-Bendit has been accused of pedophilia. In the early years of the party, “free sexuality” with children was an issue – and it now appears the loose morals have come back to haunt them.
        […]
           Then there was a recording from French television in which Cohn-Bendit speaks about an “incredibly erotic game” with a five-year-old girl. 

        Guess what ? In France this scandal involving Cohn-Bendit was only denounced by some Christian politicians. The atheist politicians continue to turn a blind eye to the public promotion of atheistic incestuous and pedophilia agenda.
        What do you think of these atheists who promote the legalization of pedophilia and have sex with foreigner children abroad in the expectation that they will soon change the Christian laws ?

        ” There were indeed groups, in the formative years of the Green Party, which openly sought to liberalize and decriminalize sex with children. The “Urban Indians” group was one, as was the “Working Group on Gays and Pederasts. ”

        http://www.dw.de/pedophilia-accusations-haunt-green-politician/a-16791213  

        My question is : who knows a religion which actively promotes pedophilia as a part of its moral agenda ? 
        Only atheists have organizations or individuals who can both stone defrocked clerics and endorse deprived behaviors !
         
        Maybe I should have highlighted the fact that some of these pedophile environmentalists are both Holocaust deniers and Christian-haters …and former communists.
        If you need to know more about atheist pedophiles, just tell me, I have lots of stuff in store. Trust me, you’re welcome.

      • Diggory / Jun 9 2013 10:36 am

        Sorry my friend. I am not the person you are speaking about. Perhaps all the responses have been the same because so many believe your opinion is ridiculous!

        Ou haven’t answered my question though? You seem almost pleased to find a person who is apparently an atheist and a paedophile! Is that because you are so used to it? Because, as a theist, you condone this sort of thing?

        Like the moderator of this site, I argue, without any proof, that all theists condone paedophillia! You have not provided any proof that this is not the case! So, you also agree as does ‘its nobody’ – another theist who is doing nothing to stop child abuse.

      • Yves / Jun 9 2013 12:20 pm

        @ Sugarcanegray aka Diggory aka Usurper

        •  You’re not my friend.
        •  You never have answered (you are a nazi troll) , you are never relevant like this retarded Sugacanegray. What a coincidence !
        Just like Sugarcanegray, you always ask proof (Christians don’t have to prove you something, we just don’t care about you. ) while never have a comprehensive reading of the links when concerning the many atheist wrongdoers… 
        Read again, you will see that many atheists are willing to legalise pedophilia and incest. If you know one atheist, you know it. I’m wondering why people who are racist, punch homeless and never return incorrect change would protect child from sex abuse. There is no reason ; the lack of belief make people more respectful of children ? What about the people who snore ? Do they like more the penguins ?

        …who is apparently an atheist  
        You speak like the european Christian atheists who say that Daniel Cohn-Bendit is actually a Jewish even though he always has claimed he is not a believer. 
        One more atheist who considers that the Jewish are only “rootless cosmopolitans” (that is the racial slur for the Jewish atheists used in the communist countries) ?
        So If you prove me that you don’t want the legalisation of pedophilia , I will try to consider you that you’re not a racist. 
        See, I either can ask you tons of proof of anything.

        I argue, without any proof, that all theists condone paedophillia.  
        Who cares ? The only laws to condemn pedophilia have been elaborated in theist countries. 
        Only atheists want to legalise child abuse.

        One more nice atheist who will be heard on Tuesday by a judge :  
        On may 25th 2013 ,a public school headmaster was arrested in Épinal (France) because he downloaded thousands of pedo-pornographic photos.
         
        (Use Google translation. I know you don’t speak fluently your mother tongue, so…)

        http://m.20minutes.fr/societe/1161673-20130525-epinal-images-pedopornographiques-decouvertes-chez-directeur-ecole

        This comment of “jeanpaultotal” :
        “Tiens donc ,je croyais, à lire certains , que c’était le monopole des prêtres catholiques ! ” means  “Well, I thought that it was the monopoly of Catholic priests!”  
        The whole comments ironically highlight that the atheists always coverup child abuse committed by unbelievers…and there are many.
        Need more evidence ..

      • Yves / Jun 9 2013 4:31 pm

        Sorry Sugarcanegray aka Digorry, I almost forgot that case :

        The French-American Jewish atheist Roman Polanski is a notorious child rapist ( Samantha Geimer , Natassja Kinski) who was publicly endorsed by many european atheists while the US tried during years to arrest him. 
        Nevertheless the Christian atheist called him a “Jew ” or “the survivor” , but they supported him because they like to annoy the USA. The same atheists were happy to watch the collapse of the Twin Towers hoping that the “clash of civilisation ” will soon lead Christianity to its end.
        Polanski was restricted by an Interpol warrant in effect in 188 countries during decades, but he could move freely between Switzerland and France. He was freed from Swiss house arrest in 2010 after the government refused to deport him to the US thanks to the cynical support of the many european atheists who also supported Daniel Cohn-Bendit in his effort to legalize pedophilia.

        Atheists sincerely averse to child molestation ? 
        I guess , most of them secretly support NAMBLA ( one of the most influential atheist association which promotes pedophilia and incest ). 

      • Diggory / Jun 9 2013 4:49 pm

        Okay, you have examples of two low life scum who may be bad people. Of course, just like a theist, you have no proof against Cohn-Benditt so…

        But, here’s a link which lists almost 5000 priests names who have been publicly accused in America of child abuse:

        http://bishop-accountability.org/priestdb/PriestDBbylastName-A.html

        Here’s a list from Australia:

        http://brokenrites.alphalink.com.au/nletter/bccrime.html

        Here’s one from Ireland! It lists 3300 names of priests who like molesting kids:

        http://www.bishop-accountability.org/

        Meanwhile, your question regarding who advocates this kind of action?

        Read the Old Testament and the Quran!

        Your god allows marriage to children!

        I was going to into the rest of your argument but it doesn’t make sense! Just like your fucked up belief in a sky fairy!

        You really have to start thinking for yourself!

        Go out and do something about Christians abusing kids first though!

      • Yves / Jun 9 2013 6:25 pm

        @ Sugarcanegray the usurper

        “Okay, you have examples of two low life scum who may be bad people. Of course, just like a theist, you have no proof against Cohn-Benditt so…”
        May be ? You like children , don’t you ? 
        No proof about Cohn-Bendit ? You don’t speak English ?  
        He wrote a book and a TV show was recorded in which he promoted pedophilia, etc…
         

        What about NAMBLA ?
        I just can say the same silly thing as yours : prove me that the priests are not fake priests ; may be they are atheists. Atheists are usurper, you know what I mean.
        I will use the exact same arguments as yours : prove me your lists are not fake.
        Prove me that people who like concentration camps , and never return incorrect change don’t rape children. You have no proof. You just say you’re right, but people distrust atheist, because we met some. That’s a reliable proof.
        Why don’t you have a list of French priests guilty of rape ? ( Have I say I am a catholic ? ) Because there are so many atheists in France, that they are much more atheists who are rapist in public schools than in religious communities.
        Anyway , a rapist in religion is a sinner, a renegade because religions define the right and the wrong. 
        Au contraire , atheism denigrate moral values. Most atheists consider that rape is freedom just like marquess of Sade -the one who promoted both atheism and rape- said and inspired all atheists.
        For example, I know many death/black metal fans (former schoolmates ) who clearly admit they are atheists because atheism condones violence and rape. Some of them regularly punch homeless , head-butt passersby…but only spit on defrocked clerics. Just like you !
        Of course, you will say that this is wrong ; death metal fans are churchgoers ?
        Have you heard the lyrics of death/trash/black metal bands for example ? 
        Don’t you think they are all inspired by De Sade ?

        “Your god allows marriage to children!”
        Have any proof in the Old Testament ? 
        How can you know this about Quran ? 
        I supposed you still believe the USA is a theocracy ; you proved many times you are a plain dum-dum.
        So tell me why the Christian countries forbid child abuse as though atheists try continuously to reintroduce pedophilia ? I know your answer : ” you theist have no proof that Christian countries forbid pedophilia. Show me a proof ! ”
        Do you really think the Soviet Union forbad pedophilia ?

        “I was going to into the rest of your argument but it doesn’t make sense! Just like your fucked up belief in a sky fairy!”
        Lack of arguments ? What about your fucked up belief in materialism which led to nihilism, nazism, eugenics, communism ?

        “You really have to start thinking for yourself!”
        You really have to stop jerking before Hitler’s portrait.

        “Go out and do something about Christians abusing kids first though!”
        You’re  a typical atheist who only deny facts. You fear the truth.
        In the region I live in, the case of Christians abusing kids are none, but the case of sadistic atheists are many. Of course, the link of the pedophile headmaster doesn’t matter for you just like the many proof of what Daniel Cohn-Bendit have said about infantile sex. I’m pretty sure you know many atheists who promote child abuse. And you probably do because you are a two-faced bastard.

        Who said this ? 

        “Priestly abuse of children is nowadays taken to mean sexual abuse, and I feel obliged, at the outset, to get the whole matter of sexual abuse into proportion and out of the way. Others have noted that we live in a time of hysteria about paedophilia, a mob psychology that calls to mind the Salem witch-hunts of 1692� All three of the boarding schools I attended employed teachers whose affections for small boys overstepped the bounds of propriety. That was indeed reprehensible. Nevertheless, if, fifty years on, they had been hounded by vigilantes or lawyers as no better than child murderers, I should have felt obliged to come to their defence, even as the victim of one of them (an embarrassing but otherwise harmless experience).

        The Roman Catholic Church has borne a heavy share of such retrospective opprobrium. For all sorts of reasons I dislike the Roman Catholic Church. But I dislike unfairness even more, and I can�t help wondering whether this one institution has been unfairly demonized over the issue, especially in Ireland and America� We should be aware of the remarkable power of the mind to concoct false memories, especially when abetted by unscrupulous therapists and mercenary lawyers. The psychologist Elizabeth Loftus has shown great courage, in the face of spiteful vested interests, in demonstrating how easy it is for people to concoct memories that are entirely false but which seem, to the victim, every bit as real as true memories. This is so counter-intuitive that juries are easily swayed by sincere but false testimony from witnesses. ”

        This atheist is talking about you… The bigot one.

      • Diggory / Jun 9 2013 11:35 pm

        I cannot agree with Professor Dawkins on this point. He is obviously more resilient than others over the experience he found himself in.

        But again, you are stating it is alright. Again you are not admitting that 100% of theist do nothing to stop the practice of your ministers fiddling with children.

        You are a hypocrite.

        Just admit it.

        Oh, and in answer to your other question here are a few quotes from the Christian and Islamic bibles;

        The Book of Numbers from The Old Testament of the Christian Bible quotes Moses after a battle: “Now kill all the boys. And kill every woman who has slept with a man, but save for yourselves every girl who has never slept with a man” (“Numbers 31:17-18…”). Then as now it was common for soldiers to take women and girls as sex slaves, though this might refer to taking the girls as wives also. There is no minimum age limit for using the girls so apparently this indicates tolerance of sex with children.

        The Book of Judges says that after the Benjaminite women were killed during a battle, Israili leaders decided to give the remaining Benjaminite men new wives by stealing virgins from Jabesh-gilead: “This is what you are to do,” they said. “Kill every male and every woman who is not a virgin” (“Judges 21:10-24…”). Note that they don’t say to kill children, so apparently all males (boys and men) were killed and all girls were taken as wives. In a hellish battle it’s impossible to know if a woman is a virgin so presumably they just grabbed every girl and killed women who showed signs of aging.

        But there weren’t enough girls for each man, so they went to Shiloh to abduct more girls: “When the girls of Shiloh come out to join in the dancing, then rush from the vineyards and each of you seize a wife” (“Judges 21:10-24…”). Deuteronomy 22:28-29 says that if a man randomly meets a virgin and decides to rape her she should be forced to marry him. Therefore, the Bible’s Old Testament approves of raping, enslaving and marrying girls without specifying a minimum age to protect children.

        And though the Old Testament is a Christian (and Jewish) scripture, these violations are committed by Jews since Christ hadn’t arrived yet. I previously proved that underage marriage to girls as young as three was allowed in the Jewish tradition, so logically the rape and marriage of virgins described in the Old Testament was committed against underage girls. My brief research of the New Testament did not find scripture allowing pedophilia or underage marriage.

        The Quran allows underage marriage. Sura 65:4 describes divorcing a wife who is not menstruating but is not post-menopausal or pregnant which implies she is a child who hasn’t begun menstruating yet. Furthermore, several hadith scriptures state that the founder of Islam, Muhammad, had sex with his 9-year-old bride which Islamic clerics cite as justification for allowing underage marriage (“Islam and Underage Marriage,” 2010). You only need to google to find Muslim men marrying children. Not to forget forcing women to marry men who have raped them.

        Therefore, it seems that the Abrahamic religions specify the age of a child bride/groom, the Islamic religion implies marriage to children is allowed in the Quran and from Muhammad’s example of having sex with his 9-year old wife, and the Christian religion implies that raping underage girls was acceptable at least before Jesus arrived. It is unethical for an adult to have sex with a child because that harms the child physically, mentally and spiritually. It is also unethical for an adult to marry a child even if they don’t have sex with the child because marriage harms the child mentally and spiritually since they can easily be taken advantage of in non-sexual ways and the marriage prevents equality because one spouse (almost always the male) acts as a parent, disciplinarian and dominator of the child spouse (almost always a female).

        Anyway, you don’t care because god allows all this to happen and must be part of the big plan, right?

        There are way too many contradictions in your religion. I wish I could jump a thousand years into the future just to see the inhabitants if the world laughing at a time when people actually thought a entity existed outside of this reality, built the universe, apparently for us, put us in the least interesting region and then made humans out of dirt, told us to love him, then drowned everyone! Whoops! Infallible deity made a mistake! Produced the devil?! What? How is that possible?

        I could make up a better story than this!

        Go and pray that priests and ministers stop molesting kids already! It’s still happening. Why haven’t you put a stop to it? Is your god busy?

        I was going to comment on your previous ‘arguments’ sorry, insane rambling, but none of it makes sense!

        Apparently I like death metal and punch homeless people! You don’t know me!

        Personally, I like a little indie pop, old school grunge etc. big fan of the new Daft Punk album – it’s really good, you should give it a listen.

        I certainly have not made up the fact that christian priests and ministers have and still are molesting children. There is nothing you can say to deny this. Oh wait! You haven’t denied it at all have you? You have said it is a sin. Well done. Not denying it happens though are you!

      • Yves / Jun 10 2013 8:12 am

        @ Sugarcanegray the Usuper aka Digorry

        Concerning your stupid accusation of pedophilia in antiquity , you probably don’t know that the average lifetime was about 30/35. 
         This debate is not new , many atheists have put forward your silly arguments in the 70′ in order to reintroduce pedophilia , and I read that this debate occurred almost every 20 years since some Enlightenment’s philosophers attempted desperately to reintroduce legal pedophilia in Christian Europe.
        Scholars have recently replied this way :

          
        In the civilisations of antiquity , a 40 year-old woman was an old woman (and certainly very rich) , so having a child after the age of 30 was very dangerous , and the baby had very high risks to be disabled. At this time, in many villages, very young women had no other choice to marry a cousin or the only remaining 30 year-old fertile man who was neither a leper nor a disabled , because of the very high mortality rate among males. The females often outnumbered the males because of wars or dangerous activities , this is why polygamy was condoned in many civilisations. So people were married very young ( about 16/18 for men and 13/15 for women in most civilisations , nowadays in remote indian villages some are still married at the age of 12.  That is the main argument which some atheist pedophile organisations use to promote the restoration of pre-Christian laws.  ) , so they had only about 14/18 years to breed their numerous kids (more than 6) and child mortality was also much higher than in our time.
        Moreover , most people didn’t know with accuracy their birth date…
        A 18 year-old man was a fully developed adult, he usually had many kids and sometimes had lots of responsibilities. Thus many generals or leaders (Alexander the Great for instance) were very young.
        When Jesus died at the age of 33, he was not a young man. 
        In the Middle-Age , a 40 year-old woman was still an old woman. Only rich people had a good chance to live in good health after the age of 30.
        In the beginning of the 20th century, poor people we’re still old at the age of 40.
         
        If you don’t know it, just don’t open your dirty mouth.
        I really don’t have much time to give you a class history…

      • Diggory / Jun 10 2013 8:18 am

        Again, I am not this sugarcane person.

        Anyway, this is your justification for allowing priests to have sex with children?!

        Wow, you really don’t care do you? You haven’t even admitted it happens!

        Are you a priest or minister? Maybe you’re a lay person at a church somewhere. What did you say? France?

        Beautiful country by the way.

        Well, all you have done, via your silence, is agree that all priests and theists either milestone or turn a blind eye to it.

        NB: all I have done throughout this conversation is vomit the same kind of ridiculous statements found on this website.

      • Yves / Jun 10 2013 11:56 am

         “Again, I am not this sugarcane person.”  
        I really can’t do anything for your psychological issue. 

        “Anyway, this is your justification for allowing priests to have sex with children?!”  
        NAMBLA , the association you endorse is a very anti-christian movement. 
        Learn to read. Then learn history. 
        Then you will know that during history some kids became kings , some very young men became army generals. It’s a fact, in the ancient time, people lived less older.
        At this time, there were no common laws, no common customs and traditions ,no common measurement unit. The spread of a common written religion imposed some universal standards we are used to today. 
        How can you understand this ? Try first to understand that Britain is an Anglican Monarchy.

         “Are you a priest or minister? Maybe you’re a lay person at a church somewhere. ”  
        Brilliant argument as usual Sugarcanergray aka Confused. 
        I’m a Calvinist, I never met a priest. My entire family was raised in Calvinism since generations.
        I’m not defending the Catholic church , I just witness about the hypocrite atheists who spend their time binch drinking and lecturing people who return incorrect change, help the homeless, smile at strangers etc…
        I know, you don’t like good manners , you’re a daft atheist.

        Your jokes are as usual not very funny but I don’t expect a Benny Hill fan’s to be hilarious.

        “Well, all you have done, via your silence, is agree that all priests and theists either milestone or turn a blind eye to it. “ 
        All I done is to embarrassed you because I written that pedophilia and incest are on the unspoken atheist agenda, and I can hear by your speech that you like kids too much.

        “NB: all I have done throughout this conversation is vomit the same kind of ridiculous statements found on this website.”  
        All you have done is to prove you escaped from bedlam.

         What’s your plan for tonight ? Have a binch drinking with some death metal fan’s friends before to head-butt a stranger and pee in a church or on a sleeping homeless ? 
         The usual atheistic routine…
         

      • Diggory / Jun 10 2013 4:48 pm

        You’re not great at handling the ‘trolling’ are you?

        Must be a Pelagianism thing!

        One of my favourite parts of your blathering was, and I quote, “Learn to read”!

        Nice one! You got me there. I am going to go and do that.

        Please, waste your time praying to the ceiling for me about having sex with children. Don’t think about it too much though!

      • Atheist , racist , sexist and paedophile , as always / Jun 10 2013 8:21 pm

        “Kinsey also was an avowed atheist who refused to hire Jews, blacks or committed Christians [Hitler was anti-Christian as well] throughout his career. Moreover, like the Nazis, Kinsey was a proponent of eugenics, which is the science of improving the human race through selective breeding.”

        “Dr. Kinsey’s most egregious fraud is that he wasn’t a scientist,” Reisman said the other day. “He was an ideologue who was most importantly a sex offender at best, and, beyond being a sex offender, he was certainly a child sexual abuser and/or solicitor and guide in the perpetration of that abuse.” At the root of this accusation is an interview that Kinsey conducted with a sexual predator who kept detailed records of his activities with hundreds of women, men, and children.

        But it is not simply Kinsey’s neutrality toward such people that upsets Reisman. She claims that Kinsey actively solicited pedophiles to molest children and report back to him. In fact, she said, “there is absolutely no reason to believe that Kinsey himself was not involved in the sexual abuse of these children.”

      • Yves / Jun 11 2013 7:23 am

        Well !? Atheists have really a damning human right record ; they always justify their infamies in the name of science and progress …
        Once again , an atheist applied the demonic teachings of marquess of Sade , once again most atheists have no recollection of such criminal policies. 
        Alfred Kinsey is one of the most monstruous case of pedophilia but no atheist knows him (although  they all know the Bible and the Quran by heart) ; in spite of the evidence that he was very influential in the attempt of trivialisation of child abuse, atheists only put forward lists of defrocked priests who have lost faith and logically acted as regular atheists. 
        Damning evidence of persistent immorality !

        They truly are the sons of perdition     .
        No doubt that if they come to power , there will be blood ,but the worst for mankind is that they  will spill their semen without restrain … This is much more gross. 

      • itsnobody / Jun 10 2013 10:46 pm

        Except that there is no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts Nazism or White Nationalism and everything I’ve said about atheists being racist has been proven.

        In fact your response further proves my point, as I predicted the only thing atheists are interested in is making atheists look good and Theists look bad.

        You’ll see that every atheistic response will fall into one of these categories:
        – Claim not to be racist (in order to make atheists look good)
        – Claim that nothing can be considered as evidence that atheists or atheist countries are racist (in order to get people to stop criticizing racist atheists and make atheists look good)
        – Change the subject to claiming that Theists are racist (in order to get people to stop criticizing racist atheists and to make Theists look bad)
        – Throw personal attacks at me (in order to get me to stop criticizing racist atheists)
        – Agree with racist atheists
        – Remain silent in opposition towards racism

        So what atheists care about is making atheists look like good non-racist people, making atheists look good matters so much more to your atheist kind than ending racism, right?

        If I’m wrong, please answer this question as to why if atheists really do disagree with racism why they don’t respond like this:
        – Acknowledge that racist atheists exist and that 100% of all modern day White atheist countries are extremely racist
        – Oppose and criticize racism and other racist atheists (lots of racist atheists have commented on this blog, and not one atheist has responded back opposing them)

        So your response as well as the others clearly supports my hypothesis as to how the atheist population directly causes racism and White Nationalism to increase, because the atheist population directly causes opposition towards racism, Nazism, and White Nationalism to just disappear.

        If atheists aren’t willing to oppose other racist atheists now (just in the form of a comment), they probably never will.

        The main people responsible for causing the racism and White Nationalism to increase are the supposedly non-racist atheists.

        And believes in something that cannot be proved.

        Everything I’ve said about atheists being racist has been proven, and my testable predictions seem to be coming true (I predicted which White countries are soon to be racist/nationalistic based on the rise in the atheist population [Australia, Canada, The Netherlands]), your response as well as every other atheist response here just re-confirms what I’ve said, what matters to your atheist kind the most is making atheists look good, this matters so much to atheists, much more than ending racism.

        As for God and an afterlife, these things will certainly be scientifically proven in the future by myself or someone else (I think someone has already proven it probably).

        Of course everything in modern science lacked evidence during the time period that it was empirically untestable, so evidence is actually irrelevant for an afterlife and God (or anything else empirically untestable).

        Atheists don’t have any problem with people who believe in free-will even though free-will is worse than unproven, free-will has lots of contradictory evidence, so concrete that modern science disproves free-will.

        If you believe in the existence of free-will then you’re basically saying you don’t believe in modern science, don’t care about evidence, believe that human beings have superhuman powers, and have no problem with invoking more faith to believe in free-will than it would take to believe in God.

        If you believe in the non-existence of free-will then you’re basically already believing in at least an impersonal type of God, aren’t you?

        So on the free-will argument, it’s just a lose/lose situation for an atheist.

        Then there are things that are unproven (but have no contradictory evidence) like abiogenesis, gravitons, multiple universes, The String Theory, etc…do atheists have a problem with people who believe in these?

        I know they don’t for abiogenesis (all of a sudden evidence becomes irrelevant, falsifiability is also irrelevant, lol).

        Abiogenesis is actually both empirically testable and unfalsifiable. It’s empirically testable because there’s are lots of ways to gather evidence for abiogenesis, but it’s unfalsifiable because if you falsify one model or even every known model there could still be a model that no one thought of, so it wouldn’t falsify abiogenesis (there have actually been many abiogenesis models arleady falsified, which of course means nothing).

        So the atheists are basically saying “evidence is only relevant for things that I personally don’t believe in”.

        If you want I can explain how I plan to prove that an afterlife exists (but I won’t explain for God). The reason why God and an afterlife are unproven right now is because no one has found a way to reliably empirically test the existence of these things (scientific evidence can only exist for an empirically testable hypothesis).

        I’m 100% certain of myself.

  17. A Scandal of the Secular Conscience? / May 26 2013 8:46 pm

    @ Confused & Matt

    You’re obviously wrong about the strong values and generosity of unbelievers :

    “Religious Americans are not only much more likely to give money and volunteer their time to religious and secular institutions, they are also more likely to provide aid to family members, return incorrect change, help a homeless person, and donate blood. In fact, despite expecting to find just the opposite, Brooks concluded: “I have never found a measurable way in which secularists are more charitable than religious people.”

    Consider some examples. Religious citizens who make $49,000 gave away about 3.5 times as much money as secular citizens with the same income. They also volunteered twice as often, are 57 percent more likely to help homeless persons, and two-thirds more likely to give blood at their workplace. Meanwhile, those who insist that “beliefs don’t matter as long as you’re a good person” are not as good as those who do think beliefs matter. The former group gave and volunteered at much lower rates.”

    http://www.booksandculture.com/articles/2008/janfeb/8.11.html 

    Atheists are damn selfish, sexist and racist.

    • Anonymous / May 26 2013 8:52 pm
    • Matt / May 26 2013 9:12 pm

      http://m.digitaljournal.com/article/350812

      The Pope doesn’t agree with you!

      • Anonymous / May 26 2013 9:54 pm

        lol, nothing to see with Brooks’ study which definitely contradicts yours.

      • Anonymous / May 26 2013 10:12 pm

        btw I was not raised a catholic. I don’t know much about the Pope.

    • Anonymous / May 30 2013 12:16 am

      “atheists are less nationalistic , less racist, less antisemitic …”
      but never return incorrect change.
      Lol

    • Yves / May 30 2013 4:28 am

      Even the most cruel Taliban returns incorrect change. 

    • Diggory / Jun 9 2013 9:08 am

      Is it better to give for the sake of giving or because you think it will get you into heaven?

      • Yves / Jun 9 2013 2:46 pm

        Atheists don’t give.

      • Yves / Jun 9 2013 2:49 pm

        It’s better to return incorrect change.

      • Diggory / Jun 9 2013 5:00 pm

        Hahahahahaha! Is that the best you’ve got?! Incorrect change!

        Whilst you’re worried about money; as all theists are…children are being abused!

        How much of your money, given to your church, do you think has gone into sex rings? Probably a good portion.

        Unfortunately, and I mean this, history is not on your side my friend.

        The world is currently onto your theistic pedophile ways. And will put a stop to it.

        Obviously you don’t care. You’re a Christian and are happy to allow ministers and priests to do this.

        I expect you also believe the world is 6000 years old! Hilarious!

        I wish I did know this sugarcane person. He or she has obviously pulled you up on the vitriolic arguments you and it’s nobody are spreading, which makes as much sense as my argument. That is, none!

        Anyway, you’re probably too busy at the moment looking up pedophile websites for your minister to look at…hang on, didn’t your god create satan who created molestation and so your god also made it?! Wow! Epiphany or what?

        Makes you want to question everything you have ever been told about…sorry, which god do you believe in? There are so many…

        Anyway, stop allowing theists to molest children, okay? Get to it…

  18. Yves / May 24 2013 5:30 pm

    @  Matt,

    Few weeks ago , you told our discussion is over and never answered my post.
    Now, you come across as an incultivated troll to bullshit. 
    I know you’re an atheist, but may be you should learn few good manners. 
    Be sure I will answer your comments, but you are not a priority anymore.
     
    PS : I do understand that each time an international event can help you to fuel anti-Muslim bigotry (or anti-Christian bigotry) you will opportunistically emerge in the conversation and slyly distillate smelly arguments to make people forget the atheists have only done mass murders…and eventually to incite people to kill each other , just like the atheists always do. 
     There is no time for compassion in your culture ?  
    You look like the many atheists I met in Europe who were very happy because of the 9/11 attacks in New York. They were cynically laughing in spite of the thousands innocents killed in the largest Christian country which all atheists loath ; and finally -few days later- slyly incite the white Christians to retaliate against the non-Whites (whether they are Muslims or not)  who live in Europe , arguing that the Whites must defend the white culture against the barbarian Arabs. 
    Trust me, no one is naive, we know the atheists, we never expect them to be good ; the white Christians didn’t succumb to the atheistic subversive incitation to slaughter the minorities. 
    Thanks GOD, the atheist plan failed once again ; I’m glad you’re pissed off !
     

    • Matt / May 24 2013 6:49 pm

      Hi Yves, I am so sorry I wrote one thing and did another. Please forgive me. You post so many moronic pieces I must have just missed one!

      But, you are also right. You and itsnobody are right. Atheists are to blame for everything. I am a convert!

      Atheists kill everyone because atheism is a choice to move from god and by moving away from god atheists stop having morals. So, no morals, no need to worry about splitting someone’s head open with a shovel, right?!

      Nah, just messing with you! No gods exist. Simple. Atheists are not the cause of racism. Provide us with some proof that can be tested, that isn’t “someone said something to me which I found offensive at some point in my life”! That’s not evidence. That’s just some arsehole saying something about another arsehole!

      But, this blog is actually turning me into a cliche of an atheist and I don’t want to be that person. So, the things you and itsnobody say in this blog is complete tripe.

      And I will let this guy (http://right2think.org/index.php/atheism-and-religion/297-atheism-is-not-a-movement) do the talking for me.

      I am bit interested in your replies.

      Try and be nice to everyone.

      • Matt / May 24 2013 6:51 pm

        Whoops! Spelling mistake!

        You are both imbeciles and I meant to say I am not interested in your replies.

    • Anonymous / May 29 2013 11:28 pm

      SEND THE ATHEISTS TO GITMO.

      • Yves / May 30 2013 4:41 am

        Cuba is a stronghold of atheism , they will feel at home in Guantanamo. 

  19. itsnobody / May 23 2013 3:49 am

    Warning: People have to realize what atheists are trying to do society before it’s too late!

    This is not a joke or anything, you just have to realize how disgusting and low-acting these people are.

    The exact the same thing that’s already happened in 100% of all modern day atheist countries will happen in the US and every other country with a rising atheist population: Opposition towards racism fades to basically zero, other racists/atheists try everything they can to prevent and stop people from opposing racist atheists, people are free to be as racist as they want (since atheists always come in to stop people from criticizing racist atheists)

    It’s all confirmed and verified, read my previous posts for more detailed explanations.

    You have to realize that 100% of White atheists are in on this together and comments here definitely show it.

    I really wish atheists weren’t such terrible people, but you just have to realize that the atheist community never has and never will oppose racism.

    Every White atheist wants to live in a Whites-only type of society.

    • Matt / May 23 2013 7:39 am

      You know we don’t get together on a Sunday, in a hall and talk about what our agenda is for the week right?

      I’m still asking for proof. Give me examples! Proper examples.

      We all have instances of having experienced racism. Some more than others. But, no one can say this is a result of atheism.

      How do you feel about what happened in London today? Got any thoughts on that? How about women’s rights? Paedophilia? Religious tolerance?

      What is the underlying reason for your hatred? Is it difference? Is it because atheists don’t believe in god’s? You keep listing Denmark, New Zealand, and Sweden as your examples but you have nothing else.

      Where does your intolerance come from?

      • Anonymous / May 26 2013 3:57 am

        “Atheism is the natural and inseparable part of Communism.”

        “We must combat religion”

        “Down with religion and long live atheism; the dissemination of atheist views is our chief task!”

        “Our program necessarily includes the propaganda of atheism.”

        — Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Lenin).

        Peace & love ?
        Freedom of thought ?

        His speeches led to the largest persecutions in the history.
        During decades , his words indoctrinated in atheism ( USSR, China, Eastern Europe, Cuba… ) more than 1/3 of mankind.
        Those countries are now inhabited by zombies.

      • Atheist attack on Indian political motorcade kills 24, hurts 33. / May 26 2013 11:19 pm

        It occurred today by the hands of cruel atheists but the american and european  atheists rather like to speak all day long about a British soldier killed by two Muslims in London.

        “At least 24 people were killed and 33 were injured in Saturday’s audacious Maoist attack on a political motorcade in India’s Chhattisgarh state, the province’s home secretary told CNN Sunday.

        Recounting the Maoists’ cruelty, a survivor said the rebels danced when they found that anti-Maoist Salwa Judum movement’s founder Mahendra Karma was in the convoy before shooting him dead. As he fell, a rebel bayonetted him in the head. 

        The insurgents, it was learnt, made all the gunmen of the leaders lie on the ground and shot them in their legs one by one and asked them to run away after taking away their weapons. ”

        http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Maoist-attack-Shocked-leaders-resolve-to-combat-extremism/articleshow/20278015.cms

  20. itsnobody / May 16 2013 10:52 pm

    Well like I said before the case is closed.

    I’ve already explained how the atheist population directly causes racism, Nazism, and White Nationalism to increase and no atheist has refuted the explanation, so be prepared for what’s going to happen in the US just like how it’s already happened in 100% of all modern day atheist countries.

    It’s just the same cycle that’s already happened in 100% of all modern day atheist countries:
    – All opposition towards White Nationalism, Nazism, and racism ceases once the non-religious/atheist/agnostic population goes up since there is no mainstream Christian denomination that supports White Nationalism
    – The supposedly non-racist atheists remain silent in opposition towards racism or try everything they can to stop and prevent people from criticizing atheists and atheist countries for being racist (thereby allowing the racism to continue on and on)
    – Racist atheists are finally free to be as racist as they want, since atheists will defend and protect them at all cost
    – Socialism, the belief in evolution and natural selection, and other far-left positions fit in with racism much better

    This exact same cycle has already occurred in all modern day atheist countries.

    Since my cycle is an empirically testable hypothesis we can use it to predict which countries are up next to become racist/White Nationalistic by looking at the rise in the atheist population: Australia, Canada, The Netherlands

    Remaining silent in opposition to racism is basically the same as supporting racism.

    In order to have a racist society you don’t need lots of people who strongly agree with racism, just lots of people who don’t strongly disagree with racism

    This is what the atheist population directly causes, it causes opposition towards racism to cease completely.

    Every atheist response so far has only re-confirmed my predictions and statements. These people called ‘atheists’ are truthfully the worst of all subhuman beings.

    • Confused / May 17 2013 12:08 am

      Values, Beliefs, Opinions, and Worldviews

      It is often assumed that someone who doesn’t believe in God doesn’t believe in anything,
      or that a person who has no religion must have no values. These assumptions are simply untrue. People can reject religion and still maintain strong beliefs. Being godless does not mean being without values.

      Numerous studies reveal that atheists and secular people mostcertainly maintain strong values, beliefs, and opinions.

      But more significantly, when we actually compare the values and beliefs of atheists and secular people to those of religious people, the former (atheists) are markedly less nationalistic, less prejudiced, less anti-Semitic, less racist, less dogmatic, less ethnocentric, less close minded, and less authoritarian (Greeley and Hout 2006; Sider 2005; Altemeyer 2003, 2009; Jackson and Hunsberger 1999; Wulff 1991; Altemeyer and Hunsberger 1992, 1997; Beit-Hallahmi 2007; Beit-Hallahmi and Argyle 1997; Batson et al. 1993; Argyle 2000).

      Atheism, Secularity, and Well-Being: How the Findings of Social Science Counter Negative Stereotypes and Assumptions

      Sociology Compass 3/6 (2009): 949–971, 10.1111/j.1751-9020.2009.00247.x

      Phil Zuckerman
      Pitzer College, Claremont, California

      (http://www.pitzer.edu/academics/faculty/zuckerman/Zuckerman_on_Atheism.pdf) – have a read of his study and tell me what you think. Of course, you won’t do that, will you?! You doctrine and dogma just won’t allow it. Everything you spout is based on a lie. I feel for you, I really do. You really have nothing to fear from atheists. You’re still in the majority anyway.

      So, what are you doing to stop racism?

      • Anonymous / May 17 2013 12:47 pm

        Why then -being a woman- I never have seen an atheist who is not a sexual harasser. And I met hundreds.

      • Confused / May 17 2013 4:42 pm

        Another ridiculous generalisation. May I ask, Anonymous, where it is you live?

        You cannot change the argument to something completely different!

        Otherwise I will say all Catholic priests sexually abuse children. Which is another generalisation, because, of course, not all of them do, but, my point is closer to being true than yours!

        So, come on, give me some evidence and I will counter with something about religious people living in the poorest demographics, having higher instances of abuse, lower education standards etc, etc.

        Atheists sexually harass?! You can do better than that!

      • Anonymous / May 18 2013 1:27 am

        I talked about sex harassment because you talked about respect and tolerance , is it too hard to understand ? Maybe I was wrong to address this very serious issue with a stranger male but I was too shocked by your comment which do not perfectly match with my experience.
        This site is attended with many racist males which is why I prefer the anonymity.You too are anonymous and I do not see that your identity would bring to the discussion. I am from Cuba (I left this country at the age of 14 years ), a very poor communist country. There communists don’t like to talk about harassment and rape because they hide everything. They also only talk of racism to criticise America but racism exists in communist countris as well.
        I was not raised a Catholic (you can criticize the priests if you want) because of the communist pressures but I’ve always had good relations with the Catholics. On the other side atheist males believe that because I come from a poor country or because my skin is not white, they can harass me or offer me money for sex. The atheist strangers swear a lot, are blasphemous ,touch me or call me “baby, dolly, honey” as if I am their employee or their girlfriend. They wrongly believe I am undocumented so I will never complain for their lack of respect. I avoid staying to close to a male if not necessary, especially if I know he is an atheist because they rarely have a proper look at me. Girls like polite men (who are much less inclined to harassment especially towards stranger girls) and Christian males are more often very well-mannered. I was babysitting in Canada and Europe and I hated to work in atheist familis (it’s easy to know who are atheist especially when you live with them) were vulgar and scornful with me and my family , they never trusted me like they never trust minoritis. The atheists males of the familis I worked for always groped me or spyed on my. I don’t say that the Christians I worked for are saints, they’re just human , not perfect but decent people. I did other jobs, I have never seen a good atheist wherever I went. But there are words I have hear by the mouth of the atheists I know I will never tell them to a white male. NEVER !!!
        My experience will always weight more than your studis made by white men. It is well known that men are much less religious than women so they don’t care to know who rape more, like in communist countris.
        I only testify to encourage people who dare not to speak about their experience with racist and sexist people (who are often the same). If you do not believe me, it’s not important at all because you probably also not believe all the non-white persons who say they have experienced more racism with the atheists. But we are many, we also have familis who think the same.
        No need to answer me, I do not want to have a headache. Harassment and rape are issues that I take very seriously. Men only are able to address these issues with nonchalance, and I do not like to talk about these problems with a stranger male during hours.
        I just testify for girls of my condition but I find very bizarre that the atheists just don’t imagine that the non-Whites have familis, comrads or co-workers who share the very same experience of racism and sexism with the atheists they met. They just don’t imagine that non-Whites have this discussion many times, with many different people.
        Do you know that girls also often talk about girl issues ?

      • Confused / May 18 2013 3:11 am

        Your situation and experience sounds awful. I am so sorry for you!

        Of course staying anonymous is your right.

        I apologise if I came across as aggressive, but, usually, the responses received on this site are argumentative, emotional and irrational.

        My argument is that it is a generalisation to say all atheists are racist or sexist, as the blogger for this site suggests. No women, man or child should be treated in the way you have suggested. I completely agree. But, it is neither fair, nor rational to suggest entire countries can be both atheist and racist (or sexist).

        I personally, don’t believe in any gods. It just doesn’t make sense to me. I was raised a catholic, my mother still practices. But nothing, in this Universe we live in, has ever suggested to me that a being, who resides is a place outside of our existence, has had, or could have any effect over us.

        The moderator of this site would have you believe that there are thousands of gods. He has previously relayed the notion that gods are like different elements or like various physics theories. Which again, doesn’t make sense.

        Again, your situation sounds terrible. Not all men are like that. I promise you. Not all atheists are like that. Neither are theists.

      • itsnobody / May 23 2013 2:39 am

        The moderator of this site would have you believe that there are thousands of gods. He has previously relayed the notion that gods are like different elements or like various physics theories. Which again, doesn’t make sense.

        Where did you get this idea from liar? Can you point out a quote or anywhere that I indicated anything like this?

        Oh wait I forgot, your atheist kind rejoices in telling lies.

        I never claimed that I believed in thousands of gods or that “gods are like different elements or like various physical theories”, where did you get this idea from?

        I did however claim that I believe that there is no such thing as the supernatural, and that eventually science will prove God and an afterlife to exist, and that I may come up with a physics model that proves it.

        Of course atheists in general are stupid people and don’t understand much about science, when I mentioned Maxwell’s equations they all became confused, lol.

        I guess I can’t blame atheists for being stupid, idiotic, and subhuman in terms of intelligence.

      • Anonymous / May 21 2013 11:37 pm

        “…less nationalistic, less prejudiced, less anti-Semitic, less racist, less dogmatic, less ethnocentric, less close minded, and less authoritarian”

        Also atheists are more handsome , more muscular and ONLY POOP ONCE A WEEK.
        Lol , I will love Stalin soon.

      • itsnobody / May 23 2013 2:44 am

        Don’t believe his lies, his joke studies weren’t taken in atheist countries like Denmark, Sweden, or New Zealand (100% of all atheist countries are extremely racist and nationalistic). His “studies” are just more anti-religious garbage that anyone can take apart by looking at the methodology used, sample, and country the study was performed in.

        The atheist kind is trying everything they can to get people to stop criticizing atheists for being racist, they’re accomplishing this by:
        – Trying to stop people from performing studies on racism and nationalism in atheist countries (because they know the studies will indicate that the countries are extremely racist beyond imagination)
        – Changing the subject to claiming that only Theists are racist (to get people to not criticize racist atheists)
        – Not considering anything to be evidence that any atheist country is racist (so their claim is unfalsifiable)
        – Trying to stop people who criticize atheists for being racist by accusing them of trolling or using hate speech or some other nonsense

        The main reason why atheists are trying to get people to stop criticizing atheists for being racist is specifically because they agree with and support racism. They know that one of the biggest threats to racism is criticizing people for being racist, so they’re trying to stop it because they want the racism to continue on and on.

        If atheists had really disagreed with racism they would’ve acknowledged that 100% of all modern day atheist countries are extremely racist and criticized them, but they don’t, so we know with 100% certainty that atheists don’t really disagree with racism, they just want the world to view atheists as “good people”, so selfish and disgusting are these people.

        Search the entire world, there is no group as disgusting, low-acting, racist, and as nationalist as the atheist kind are.

      • Yves / May 23 2013 3:16 am

        And the commies have good human rights record.  

      • Matt / May 23 2013 7:24 am

        …and atheism isn’t a political movement.

      • Yves / May 23 2013 2:29 pm

        What the fuck ?
        Is racism a political movement ?
        So smart one, just tell me who is the leader of racism ?

      • Matt / May 23 2013 3:48 pm

        Yves, you’re using an example of a political ideology to justify the ridiculous idea that atheism causes racism.

        Let me slow it down for you. Atheism is not a political movement.

        While Communist regimes did support atheism, none of their actions could derive from some universal laws of atheism. Atheism exists as merely a lack of belief, not as a moral or social guide. Thus, it’s inconceivable that a lack of belief could dictate one’s actions, especially in regards to violence. Communist leaders were motivated by political power, not the edicts of a moral system that atheism doesn’t even espouse.

        Religious uprising, on the other hand, and violence are explicitly caused by religious texts and/or the relevant interpretation of these scriptures. Religious zealots act “in the name” of religion, using supernatural justification for their actions.

        Let’s get to the root cause of why you and ‘itsnobody’ have a hatred toward people who don’t believe as you do;

        Is it coincidence that people tend to stay with whatever religion they were raised in, and this religion tends to be whatever religion is dominant in the community/nation where they live? If people were genuinely convinced by the arguments which apologists offered, shouldn’t the distribution of religions around the globe be a bit more even? The high and consistent degree of religious concentrations suggests that people believe their religion because that’s the one they were indoctrinated into and which is consistently reinforced around them. People acquire a religion before critical thinking skills and that religion is promoted without most people noticing. That’s really not a very good reason to believe that a religion is true, is it?

        If you keep being told that people who don’t believe in your god are evil, immoral, and a threat to the stable social order, then you would never dream of dropping your theistic religion. Who wants to be immoral or simply regarded by the rest of society as immoral? This is very much what atheists face, and it’s hard not to see the constant indoctrination into anti-atheist bigotry as a reason why people stick to their religions. Children learn in public schools, for example, that America is a nation for people who believe in God and this message is reinforced throughout their lives by preachers, politicians, and community leaders of all sorts.

        Religion can be enormously important to families and communities, creating a tremendous amount of pressure to conform to religious expectations. People who step outside those expectations are not simply choosing a different way of life, but can in fact be perceived as rejecting one of the most important bonds which keep a family or community together. Even if this is never communicated in so many words, people do learn that certain ideas, ideologies, and practices should be treated as vital to communal bonds and should therefore not be questioned. The role of peer pressure and familial pressure in maintaining at least a veneer of religiosity for many people cannot be denied.

        Many religious theists try to argue atheists into believing in a god through the fear of what will happen after dying — either going to hell or simply ceasing to exist. This arguably reveals something very important about the believers themselves: they, too, must fear death as the cessation of existence and believe not because there are any good reasons to think there is an afterlife, but rather out of wishful thinking. People don’t want to think that physical death is the end of all experiences, emotions, and thoughts so they insist on believing that somehow their “mind” will continue to exist without any physical brain in an eternity of sustained bliss — or even will be reincarnated in a new form.

        The wish that physical death isn’t the end of life probably isn’t the only example of wishful thinking behind religious and theistic belief. There are a number of other ways in which people profess beliefs that appear to be more about what they wish were true than what they can support through good evidence and logic. Many Christians, for example, seem to wish quite strongly that there exists a place of eternal punishment awaiting all those who dare to deny them political and cultural dominion. Many conservative believers from many religions seem to wish that there is a god which wants them to exercise unchecked power over women and minorities.

        One of the most disturbing aspects of many people’s religious beliefs is the manner in which these beliefs make it possible for believers to avoid taking personal responsibility for what’s going on. They don’t have to be responsible for ensuring that justice is done because God will provide that. They don’t have to be responsible for solving environmental problems because God will do that. They don’t have to be responsible for developing strong moral rules because God has done that.

        They don’t have to be responsible for developing sound arguments in defense of their positions because God has done that.

        Believers deny their own freedom because freedom means responsibility and responsibility means that if we fail, no one will rescue us.

        Most people don’t learn nearly as much about logic, reason, and constructing sound arguments as they should. Even so, the quality of arguments typically offered by believers as justification for their religious and theistic beliefs are remarkable for just how atrocious they are. If only one basic logical fallacy is committed, it can be considered an achievement. Given how important believers claim the existence of their god and truth of their religion are, you’d think that they would invest a lot of effort into constructing the best possible arguments and finding the best possible evidence. Instead, they invest a lot of effort into constructing circular rationalisations and finding anything that sounds even remotely plausible. As in, 100% of atheists, in 100% of the non-existant atheist countries (which only seem to include Sweden, Denmark and New Zealand) are racist.

      • itsnobody / May 23 2013 2:23 am

        Instead of telling lies why don’t you provide actual evidence indicating that atheists are “markedly less nationalistic, less prejudiced” than religious people?

        Here’s some questions:
        – Why are 100% of all modern day atheist countries (Denmark, Sweden, New Zealand, etc..) extremely racist and nationalistic?
        – What methodology was used in the joke studies you’re quoting, what was the sample, and from what country were they taken?
        – Which part of the study indicates that atheists are less nationalistic and racist?

        The studied you quoted from Zuckerman has nothing to do with racism, it mentions the words “racist” and “racism” only 3 times and merely quotes other studies, it mostly has to do with atheists supporting gay rights and other stuff like that.

        So in the end, all a low-life piece of shit atheist like you is doing is just what was predicted:
        – Trying to stop people from criticizing racist atheists at all costs because all atheists care about is making atheists look like “good people” (this time by telling lies about studies that indicate that atheists aren’t racist)

        The reason why you’re defending and protecting racist atheists is specifically because you agree with and support racism right?

        It’s the same low-life response from your low-life atheist kind, always trying everything they can to get people to stop criticizing racist atheists.

        Everything I said still stands and is proven:
        – No mainstream Christian denomination accepts White Nationalism
        – 100% of all modern day atheist countries are extremely racist and nationalistic
        All atheists are concerned with is making atheists look like “good people”
        – See the cycle I listed below in the other comments

        If atheists actually disagree with racism like your low-life mouth claimed then answer these questions:
        – Why the fuck doesn’t your atheist kind even acknowledge that racist atheists exist or that 100% of all modern day atheist countries are extremely racist for?
        – If atheists disagree with racism so much like you claim then why the fuck don’t they open up their low-life mouth and voice opposition towards racism for?

        It was always your atheist kind from the beginning causing racism.

        The main reason that the atheist population is responsible for causing racism is because they are responsible for causing there to be less (almost zero) opposition towards racism, as I explained in detail in my previous posts.

        Try harder, low-life.

      • Matt / May 23 2013 7:23 am

        The question of whether religion causes racism is an important part of the public debate over whether religion is responsible for more harm or more good. It’s easy to come up with examples of both. Religion has been cited as a motivation for all kinds of harm, from the Crusades to the persecution of women. But it also is given credit for inspiring profound acts of charity and for leading to better health and longevity. The overall good and bad created by anything, of course, is enormously difficult to calculate, and it depends a lot on what you personally value (for example, is prejudice more or less important than longevity?). Smaller questions about individual goods and bad, however, are much easier to answer. So what does science have to tell us about religion and prejudice?

        Overall, how religious a person is (their religiosity) seems to be associated with racism–at least in the US. Three researchers, Hall, Matz, and Wood (2010), reanalyzed the data from 55 studies on religiosity and racism. They concluded that religiosity is related to racism, but whether that relationship is positive (more religiosity means more racism) or negative (more religiosity means less racism) depends on the motivations people had for being religious.

        People who are intrinsically religious are motivated by their personal conviction and belief, and this type of religiosity was negatively related to racism. A quest orientation towards religion–the view of religion as a kind of flexible searching–was also negatively related to racism. People who are extrinsically religious, on the other hand, are motivated by what appearing religious can get them. This type of religiosity was positively related to racism. In addition, fundamentalism (which is positively correlated with extrinsic religiosity) was positively correlated with racism.

        However, the correlations of extrinsic religiosity and fundamentalism with racism appeared to get smaller over the years. Earlier studies reported larger correlations than later studies. This is consistent with findings that overt or explicit racism has diminished over the last 50 years. Also worth noting is that the overall relationships were smallish, especially for the intrinsic and quest orientations (r = -.07 to .17 for stats savvy people). This doesn’t mean that the correlations aren’t real or important, just that religion only accounts for a small amount of the differences we see in how racist people are. For something like prejudice, however, small differences can mean a lot. If each of us became just slightly more racist, the total effect of this could be quite large when considered at the societal level.

        So it seems pretty clear that racism varies with religiosity. But just because the two change together doesn’t mean that religion causes racism. To answer our original question, we should look at experimental evidence, which can help us understand causation a little better.

        It might seem at first that religion or belief in religion is not something we can manipulate in a person, but there have actually been some very clever studies that have done just that, and these can help us answer the question we started with. I’ll cover just one of them in this post, from a group of psychologists from Baylor University, Johnson, Rowatt, and LaBouf (2010).

        These researchers actually conducted two experiments to investigate a possible causal relationship between religion and racism. In both experiments, religion was made more accessible (more likely to be thought about) by a technique known as subliminal priming. During a task unrelated to religion or race, prime words were flashed on the screen. They appeared too briefly for participants to become consciously aware of what the words said but long enough for their meaning to register outside of conscious awareness. For half of the participants, the prime words were Christian-themed (for example, Bible, faith, Christ), and for the other half, the words were neutral (for example, shirt, butter, switch).

        After being primed, participants in the first study filled out two measures of racial prejudice. First, they said how warm or cold they felt towards various racial groups. Next, they were asked to rate whether some evidence supported conclusion positive and negative conclusions about African Americans. As I mentioned above, people are increasingly reluctant to admit racial prejudice. Measures of this sort are meant to get at people’s prejudices without asking them directly. When participants say that evidence supports evaluative (positive or negative) conclusions about race, they are revealing their own beliefs about race. This is referred to as “covert racism.”

        There were no differences between the groups on the warm/cold measure. However, participants who were primed with the Christian-themed words showed greater prejudice on the second task than participants who were shown the neutral words.

        Wanting to understand more about what was driving this difference, the experimenters recruited another sample of participants for a second study. The first part of the study (priming) was the same, but participants completed a different set of measures of racial prejudice.

        Previous research has suggested that prejudice towards different groups may be driven by different emotional reactions. Prejudice towards African Americans is associated with fear. Participants in the second study completed a scale measuring negative emotional reactions to African Americans. This scale asked how much fear, disgust, and dislike participants felt towards African Americans.

        Interestingly, participants primed with Christian words felt more dislike for African Americans but not more fear or disgust.

        Together, the two studies demonstrate that increasing the availability of Christian religious ideas increased prejudice towards African Americans but not because participants felt more fear or disgust.

        At first glance, these studies seems to provide good evidence that religion causes racism.

        However, there are reasons to question this conclusion. First religion is not a single, unitary thing. (In fact, there are scientists who claim that religion is not a scientifically valid concept.) We should be very skeptical when we read claims about religion, generically speaking. What, exactly, is meant by that word in a given context? Sometimes, religion means belief in God; other times, it means participation in ritual involving the supernatural (such as baptism); at yet other times, it means belief that things in the world have a purpose or meaning beyond their mere physical existence. So which aspect of religion, precisely, is meant to cause racism?

        Going back to where we started, the most obvious idea to call on is religious affiliation as a kind of social category–a way of dividing people into ingroups and outgroups. This might make sense in the context of extrinsic religiosity. If extrinsic religiosity can be motivated by a desire to signal group affiliation, then it might be related to how much people think in an “us” versus “them” fashion more generally, including about race. This is just a guess about what is going on, but it’s something that can be studied.

        But what about the priming study? Is there in an ingroup-outgroup component there? Possibly, given that many of the primes were specific to Christianity and exclusive of other religions (for example, Bible, Christ, Jesus). However, this study didn’t set out to answer that question, so we don’t know whether different primes would have had a different effect.

        So our final answer is maybe, and only maybe if you mean the right thing by the question. Even still, the effect may not be driven by religion in any unique way. Instead, it could be part of a general human tendency to divide the world into people like us and people not like us, something we do with any kind of information, whether that is religious affiliation, race, hometown, or even made up groups. (http://www.spring.org.uk/2007/11/why-groups-and-prejudices-form-so.php)

        And if religion does cause racism, does that make religion bad? This isn’t really a scientific question, but there are many more scientific facts that should be considered in answering it. The same process responsible for religion’s association with racism racism may also be responsible for a lot of the charitable giving associated with religion–a topic for an upcoming post.

        More food for thought

        http://joanca.hubpages.com/hub/Does-Atheism-or-Religion-Cause-More-Violence

        http://atheism.about.com/od/atheismmyths/p/AtheismKills.htm

        http://listverse.com/2008/04/02/8-atrocities-committed-in-the-name-of-religion/

        I’ll tolerate you if you love thy neighbour!

        I would like some examples from you of a 100% atheist country being 100% racist.

      • itsnobody / May 25 2013 3:59 pm

        Do you enjoy and take pleasure in telling lies or are you really this stupid?

        Do you enjoy being a disgusting low-life or is it just your inherent nature to be so?

        The question of whether religion causes racism is an important part of the public debate over whether religion is responsible for more harm or more good. It’s easy to come up with examples of both. Religion has been cited as a motivation for all kinds of harm, from the Crusades to the persecution of women. But it also is given credit for inspiring profound acts of charity and for leading to better health and longevity. The overall good and bad created by anything, of course, is enormously difficult to calculate, and it depends a lot on what you personally value (for example, is prejudice more or less important than longevity?). Smaller questions about individual goods and bad, however, are much easier to answer. So what does science have to tell us about religion and prejudice?

        You forgot to mention that religion is responsible for also causing the scientific revolution to occur.

        Overall, how religious a person is (their religiosity) seems to be associated with racism–at least in the US. Three researchers, Hall, Matz, and Wood (2010), reanalyzed the data from 55 studies on religiosity and racism. They concluded that religiosity is related to racism, but whether that relationship is positive (more religiosity means more racism) or negative (more religiosity means less racism) depends on the motivations people had for being religious.

        Oh it’s the same joke study that I already thoroughly debunked. You can read my other post that debunks it.

        It’s just pure anti-religious garbage, here’s a link to the study http://dornsife.usc.edu/assets/sites/545/docs/Wendy_Wood_Research_Articles/Social_Influence/hall.matz.wood.2010.final_why_dont_we_practice_what_we_preach.pdf

        The main problems with this study:
        – It isn’t really a study, it just analyzes existing studies using “Literature Search” to find studies
        – The “Literature Search” method used made it certain that the sample was from 1964-2008 and that the participants were from the US, meaning that there were virtually no atheists in the samples
        – Since there were virtually no atheists in the samples, of course it would be mathematically impossible for the majority of racists within the sample to have been racists
        – I can’t find the exact sample numbers but the study says “The participants in the studies we reviewed were predominantly White Christians in the United States”.
        – The study says “individuals who were religious for reasons of conformity and tradition expressed racism that declined in recent years with the decreased societal acceptance of overt racial discrimination” indicating that religion isn’t the causal link
        – The study says “Unexpectedly, religious identification was linked with racism less strongly in the religious samples”
        – The study doesn’t measure racial discrimination people experience, so the study is quite useless to me

        I can’t find the exact number of people used, but this paper http://www.sagepub.com/upm-data/38517_Chapter7.pdf gives some numbers for other studies (which may have been in the 55 studies used):
        – Intolerant schema measure study used a sampe of only 17 atheists or agnostics in the first sample, 15 in the second sample, and 10 in the third sample
        – The Modified Godfrey-Richman ISM Scale study used a sample of 7 or less atheists and agnostics
        – The other studies didn’t include any atheists

        So the study is really saying nothing since in a sample of nearly all White Christians we would expect basically all of the racists in the sample to be White Christians. What would atheists think of a study on racism done where 100% of the participants were atheists and the study concludes ‘the racists within this sample were all atheists’?

        More food for thought

        http://joanca.hubpages.com/hub/Does-Atheism-or-Religion-Cause-More-Violence

        http://atheism.about.com/od/atheismmyths/p/AtheismKills.htm

        http://listverse.com/2008/04/02/8-atrocities-committed-in-the-name-of-religion/

        I’ll tolerate you if you love thy neighbour!

        I would like some examples from you of a 100% atheist country being 100% racist.

        Just a bunch garbage, still I’m left with the same questions:
        – Why doesn’t your atheist kind perform studies on religion and racism in predominantly atheist countries and see what the results are?
        – Why doesn’t your atheist kind use a sample composed of mostly atheists (like 99% atheists, 1% Christian) and see what the results are?
        – If atheists really disagree with racism, then why has the atheist community never come out to oppose racism?

        It’s just the same crap as expected.

        You have to realize what atheists are doing to society before it’s too late.

        Everything I’ve said is completely objective and concrete, unlike these studies:
        – We know that there is no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism, so we can conclude with 100% certainty that there will be much less opposition towards White Nationalism if people were less religious
        – 100% of all modern day atheist countries are extremely racist and nationalistic (Denmark, Sweden, New Zealand)
        – Believing in evolution and natural selection directly causes people to become racist

        These things can all be verified.

        From these conclusions I’ve predicted which White countries are going to be racist/nationalist up next based on the rising atheist population: Australia, The Netherlands, Canada

        From the responses here we know that:
        – Atheists don’t disagree with racism strongly enough to oppose racism or racist atheists or racist atheist countries (even in the form of a comment)
        – Atheists will try everything they can to stop and prevent people from criticizing atheists for being racist because they care much more about making atheists look good than they do about ending racism, and want the racism to continue on and on
        – The atheist population will directly cause there to be almost no opposition towards racism and White Nationalism, which will in turn cause any White atheist country to become extremely racist/nationalist

        Remember I warned you!

        I just I hope I have at least 10 years left before atheists/racists take over….

  21. Dannaday Coats / Apr 29 2013 5:41 am

    I once had a very racist experience with an atheist, He was a Dawkins type. He told me that one day in the future, black people would be harvested for organs because they could not amount to anything, and that black babies would be killed off or used for scientific experiments. Then he laughed that they’d get away with it because there was no god. Talk about SICK people. Atheists are usually demented as well.

    • Yves / Apr 29 2013 1:25 pm

      Atheists rarely say publicly such sadistic declarations…but, behind the close doors they are not less cruel than the nazis. Trust me !

  22. itsnobody / Apr 28 2013 8:05 pm

    Yeah well I warned you all about what’s going to happen soon. I’m predicting once the atheist population in the US goes up to around 25% or so that the racism will become more visible in the US.

    It’s happened in 100% of all modern day atheist countries and definitely will happen in the US soon.

    From the responses from the atheists here we can see that they’ve only re-confirmed what I said. There is no opposition towards racism in the atheist community, and I don’t think there ever will be. Atheists just don’t disagree with racism enough to voice any opposition like how they speak up when it comes to things like gay rights, abortion rights, and other things that they actually disagree with (they actually disagree with those things so they say something).

    Atheists as a whole are just stupid people, just dumb. I don’t even know how anyone can be that stupid and dumb, just not intelligent people as a whole. Atheists just suck, they only pretend to be smart or whatever.

    When I see an atheist crying what I’m thinking in my mind is “What a great joy it is, what a great joy it is that this terrible disgusting low-life racist is now crying”

    I hope that either a natural disaster comes and kills everyone in Denmark, Sweden, and New Zealand off or that they just deport and ban all non-whites there (not living there and not experiencing the racism is much better than living there and experiencing the racism)

    • Matt / Apr 28 2013 11:11 pm

      I feel that I have to respond to this:

      You stated: “When I see a low-life atheist crying what I’m thinking in my mind is “What a great joy it is, what a great joy it is that this terrible low-life racist is now crying”

      I hope that either a natural disaster comes and kills everyone in Denmark, Sweden, and New Zealand off or that they just deport and ban all non-whites there (not living there and not experiencing the racism is much better than living there and experiencing the racism).”

      Is this what your god preaches? Sounds like the Old Testament god to me. The one who apparently produced everything in six days for a really special species of ape, got pissed off at the apes and then drowned the apes, only to then die on a cross for the apes.

      #thingstheistsay

      I do not believe in any gods and I do oppose racism. Racism should be stamped out in every country it exists.

      • Dannaday Coats / Apr 29 2013 5:32 am

        Atheists are the real racists, since Eugenics is an atheists ‘higher science’.

      • Yves / Apr 29 2013 1:21 pm

        …I do oppose racism.
        Do you have a Bob Marley poster or something ?

      • Matt / Apr 29 2013 8:51 pm

        Your argument is a prime example of praising your alleged god for only the good things. Why did your god create racism anyway? What kind of god would do that? You are excusing god and theists.

        Your book (and the other religious dogma), written thousands of years ago and not even in a complete order or fashion is causing real harm. If you believe the words are literally from god then you must accept everything.

        I want to be able to think freely. I, as many others, had religion forced onto me as a child. I don’t blame my parents for this because they truly believed they were doing the right thing. My experience has been that gods do not exist and so I have rejected the information provided to me. I don’t need to prove anything to anyone.

        My view is the result of recognition that cultural indoctrination is a very powerful tool. It is a tool used by evolution for our survival. The is no evidence for supernatural beginnings. The actual possibility of life’s creation may be a billion to one and so, it is no wonder we feel like we are special. This doesn’t make it true though.

        Civilisation is an ongoing process. The codes we live by have undergone dramatic changes since we were hunter-gatherers. These shifts are often small, but sometimes great ie oral tradition to written text.

        Our parents and grandparents have seen an unparalleled change over the last 113 years. Now you’re saying there is a shift toward atheism and therefore racism (because you believe all atheists are racist) but cannot provide a reason why you think this is the case. We can all throw examples at each other of terrible incidents of racism by those who do believe in gods and those that don’t. This doesn’t change the fact that it happens. Do I know what the answer is? No, I don’t. I really wish I did. I have no special talent for rhetoric or argument. What I can do is make sure those around me know well my thoughts on the problem and I can raise my eventual children with the knowledge that all forms of racism cannot and should not be tolerated. Hopefully, they will take up the message and pass it on to their friends and family.

        We cannot depend upon a god to do this for us because, obviously, it hasn’t happened.

        Law is the defining feature if civilisation. Our code of civilised values requires courts to uphold it and cannot work without both in place. No law or code is perfect or set in concrete though. This is a good thing because it allows these laws to remain flexible. It allows all people to express their viewpoint without prejudice, unlike the religious system which is unchangeable.

        Atheists are not saying they are perfect, far from it. The secular system recognises the need for cooperation for the betterment of all.

        Again, by your gods design and based on the religious system, every life is planned, every theory or practice already set. If your life is miserable, due to racism (for example), it is of secondary importance to the bliss of heaven, right?

        Why not ask you god to remove racism or atheists altogether (Ask and it shall be given)?

        Strive for improvement.

      • Yves / Apr 29 2013 11:57 pm

        I see , you don’t even have a Bob Marley CD and you claim not to be a racist. What kind of an humanistic atheist are you then ? You are definitely not reliable. 
        Perhaps you like chocolate…most atheists who pretend not to be racists like chocolate very much. 
         

      • Yves / Apr 30 2013 12:19 am

        Jokes aside , you clearly know nothing about religion.Your last post is so far away of what is Christianity. Your opinion is not even a cliché, it is just some sort of propaganda masterminded a long time ago by some morally challenged Commies to intellectually enslave the Russians and the Norh Korean in our days. You are really far to be free ; you speak like the living-dead citizens of the atheistic tyrannies. (Ooops…I guess you don’t know what is a tyranny.)
        So , just don’t criticise things you definitely don’t know. It is just a matter of honesty.
        I was wrong, may be you should keep on watching porns all time long.

        Perhaps you read the Bible in Chinese…

      • Yves / May 1 2013 5:17 pm

        ” I do not believe in any gods and I do oppose racism. ”

         Having been a Christian leader of a KKK group in California between 75-80 I will assure you that even though officially members are supposed to be Christians which in itself covers a lot of territory. I was a Catholic when I operated the Klan In California. A sizable number were not Christian but kept quiet about it.   

        After 80 I left the Klan and Christianity and have been a Free thinker ever since or Atheist. The growing numbers of White separatists in the U.S. and Europe are Agnostic Atheist or Heathen. We also have moved much more to the left. But not on the Race issue. The Insurgent
         
         
        fake Christians / true atheists 

         Oops, atheists lie to make believe they are Christians ; then self-claimed humanistic atheists charge Christians with racism. 
         

      • Matt / May 1 2013 5:40 pm

        That is the most ridiculous example you have given so far. Firstly, the man has properted to have been Christian and advised the organisation was started by people of faith! Come on. You must have something better than that!

        You cannot claim all atheists are racist. You just can’t. To do so is irrational. But, I suppose you do believe in a sky fairy. Of course it isn’t the same sky fairy as those in say India would believe in but hey…why quibble right?

        Let’s, just for arguments sake, agree there are a lot of different gods worshipped in the world today. Actually, here’s a list if some of them:

        AGNI Fire God – Hindu
        APOLLO God of wisdom, music, poetry and medicine – Greek and Roman
        ARES God of war – Greek and Roman
        AEOLUS God of winds – Greek and Roman
        AESIR Principle God of Norse Mythology
        AMMON Ancient Egyptian God – Identified by Greek and Romans with ZEUS
        AMON Ancient Egyptian Deity – later on identified Sun God
        AMPHITRITE Goddess of the sea – Greek and Roman
        ARANYANI Goddess of forests – Hindu
        ARTEMIS Goddess of Moon and Hunting – Greek and Roman – Apollo’s twin sister
        ASCLEPIUS God of healing – Greek and Roman
        ASGARD Home of the Gods – Norse
        ASHTORETH Goddess of love and Fertility – Syria
        ASHURE God of War and Empire (ASSYRIA)
        ASTARTE Goddess of fertility and sexual love –(Semetic)
        ATE Goddess personifying criminal folly or reckless ambition – Greek and Roman
        ATHENA Goddess of Wisdom, skills and warfare – Greek and Roman
        ATLAS Titan – Titan holding the heavens on his shoulders – Greek and Roman
        AURORA Goddess of Dawn – Roman
        BACHUS God of wine revelry (Ancient Greek and Roman)
        BOREAS God of the North Wind – Greek and Roman
        CHANDRA God of Moon – Moon God – Hindu
        CERES Goddess of agriculture and Goddess of Corn (Rome)
        CRONUS God of Agriculture – Greek and Roman
        CUPID God of love – Son of Venus – Rome
        CYNTHIA Goddess of Moon
        THEMETER Goddess of agriculture- Greek and Roman
        DIANA Virgin Goddess of moon and Godess of hunting – Roman
        DIONYSUS God of Wine and revelry – Greek and Roman (Bacchus)
        DIS God of the lower world
        DOLORES Goddess of sorrow- Greek and Roman
        EOS Goddess of dawn – Greek and Roman
        ERIS Goddess of strife and discord – Greek and Roman
        EROS God of Love – Greek and Roman
        FLORA Goddess of Flowers – Roman
        GAEA Goddess Earth – Greek and Roman
        GRACES the Three sister Goddesses who control pleasure, charm Elegance and Beauty in human life and in Nature – Greek and Roman
        HANUMAN Monkey God – Hindu
        HEBE Goddess of youth – Goddess who serves nectar – Greek and Roman
        HECATE Goddess of Moon, Earth and Underworld later regarded as the Goddess of Sorcery.
        HELIOS Sun God – Greek and Roman
        HEPHAESTUS God of Fire and Forge – Greek and Roman
        HERA Wife of Zeus – Goddess of Marriage – Greek and Roman
        HERCULES God of Strength – Son of Zeus – Greek and Roman
        HERMES A god who served as messenger of other Gods – Greek and Roman
        HYMEN God of Marriage – Greek and Roman
        HESTIA Goddess of Hearth and Chief Goddess of domestic activity – Greek and Roman
        IDA Goddess of Youth – Old German
        INDRA God of rain, thunder lightening and war – Hindu
        ISHTAR Goddess of love and fertility – Baylonian
        ISIS Goddess of fertility – Egyptian
        JANUS God who was guardian of portals and patron of beginnings and endings. His head is shown with two faces- one in the front and one at the back- Roman
        JUNO Wife of Jupiter – Queen of Gods and Goddesses of marriages –Roman
        JUPITER Chief Roman God identified with Greek God Zeus
        KAMA God of love – Hindu
        KARTHIKEYA God of war – Hindu
        LAKSHMI Goddess of wealth – Hindu
        MARA God of death – Buddhist
        MARUTH God of storms – Hindu
        LUNA Goddess of Moon – Roman
        MITHRAS Persian god born in a cave on Dec 25 and died a bloody death (familiar?)
        MARS God of War – Roman
        Math
        MERCURY God of Commerce, manual skill, eloquence, and cleverness – Roman
        MORPHEUS God of Dreams – Greek and Roman
        MUSE Any of nine Goddesses of literature, arts and sciences – Greek and Roman
        NEMESIS God of retribution or vengeance – Greek and Roman
        NEPTUNE God of the sea – Roman
        NEREUS Benevolent sea God – Greek and Roman
        NIKE Goddess of victory
        NORSE Any of the three Goddessess of fate.
        NYMPH Any one of the group of minor Goddesses – Greek and Roman
        NYX Goddess of night – Greek and Romans
        ODIN (Norse) –The chief God
        OLYMPIAN Any of the Gods on Mount Olympus
        ORMAZD The Supreme Deity and the Creator of the world. (Zores)
        OSIRIS Ancient Egyptian God of the Lower world
        PALLAS Goddess of wisdom- Greek and Roman
        PAN Goddess of fields – Greek and Roman
        PENANTES The household Gods of the Romans.
        PERSOPHONE Roman Goddess
        PHOEBUS God of Wisdom- Greek and Roman
        POSEIDON God of sea- Greek and Roman
        PRIAPUS God of procreative power –male- Greek and Roman
        PROSERPINE Greek Goddess
        PROTEUS The sea God who can change His own form at his will – Greek and Roman
        PSYCHE Wife of Lord Cupid- Greek and Roman
        RA Sun God and Chief God of ancient Egyptians usually depicted as having the head of a hawk
        SARASWATI Goddess of learning- Hindu
        SATURN God of Agriculture- Roman
        THE METER Goddess of agriculture- Greek and Roman
        THETIS A Sea Goddess
        TRITON Sea God
        VENUS Goddess of love and beauty-Roman
        VESTA Goddess of fire- Roman
        Yahweh Christian, Jewish, Muslim
        ZEPHYRUS Greek God of the West Winds.

        Okay, now, I don’t believe in any of them (so 100% disbelief), and you only believe in one! Therefore, unless you do believe in multiple gods, which I don’t think your Christian god would like, you are 99% atheist! Does that make you 99% racist?

        You see, your logic is flawed because it is based on a lie.

      • Yves / May 1 2013 6:22 pm

        You missed a go , didn’t you ? You dictionary must be very cheap.

      • Matt / May 1 2013 7:14 pm

        I understand English is not your first language but what does that last comment about having a poor dictionary even mean?!

        Anyway, conversation over I think. Stupid cannot be rationalised with. At least ignorance can be overcome! Just think about what you are saying before you say. Hatred begets hatred. I don’t hate you. I’m sorry you were indoctrinated and cannot think for yourself.

      • Yves / May 1 2013 7:31 pm

        I meant to say that your nomenclature of gods is incomplete. Perhaps it is because your dictionary is too cheap to be reliable.
        Atheists always say that religious and non-Whites can’t think by themselves ; I’m used to. (Remember that scholars assert that theists have much better records in science.)
        But the Empire of endoctrination is well-known to be the atheist tyrannies, isn’t it ? You always repeat things said years ago by some who covered up the many atheistic mass murders. Where is your freedom ?

      • itsnobody / May 16 2013 10:43 pm

        What a low-life.

        What my God preaches is the truth, and the path that leads towards the truth.

        As usual your response is just another attempt to make atheists look better, is that all that your atheist kind cares about?

        If atheists disagree with racism then why the fuck don’t they do the following:
        – Acknowledge that 100% of atheist countries are extremely racist beyond comprehension and that atheists as a whole are disgusting low-acting people
        – Criticize racist atheists

        This is what atheists would’ve done if they actually disagreed with racism.

        Instead what atheists do is:
        – Refuse to acknowledge that any atheist country is racist (they even claim that nothing can be considered as evidence that any atheist country is racist, lol, how delusional)
        – Remain silent in opposition towards racism
        – Change the subject to claiming that Theists are racists
        – Try to stop people from criticizing atheists for being racist

        So we can conclude what atheists care about is:
        – Making atheists look good
        – Making Theists look bad

        Such disgusting, selfish, low-acting people atheists are. Ending racism is not as important to them as making their own atheist kind look good.

        The atheist community never has and never will come out to oppose racism, they are the worst of all subhuman beings.

        I already explained how the atheist population directly causes racism and White Nationalism to increase.

        That’s ALL atheists care about, isn’t it true?

  23. itsnobody / Apr 27 2013 12:45 pm

    Back in 1988 no one in Sweden supported SD, they got literally 0% support, it’s only in 2010 (once the atheist population went up) that SD finally gained power.

    Of course things can never go back to how it was, and it’s all because of the atheists.

    Yeah well it was nice knowing you all, I already know what will happen, it’s the same thing that’s happened in 100% of all modern day atheist countries.

    Some people are terrible, but atheists take things to a whole new level beyond imagination.

    It’s just the same cycle that’s already happened in 100% of all modern day atheist countries:
    – All opposition towards White Nationalism, Nazism, and racism ceases once the non-religious/atheist/agnostic population goes up since there is no mainstream Christian denomination that supports White Nationalism
    – The supposedly non-racist atheists remain silent in opposition towards racism or try everything they can to stop and prevent people from criticizing atheists and atheist countries for being racist (thereby allowing the racism to continue on and on)
    – The racist atheists are finally free to be as racist as they want, since atheists will be there protecting them at all cost
    – Far-left liberal atheist positions like supporting the belief in evolution and natural selection and socialism fit in with racism much better

    So the countries up next to become racist/Nazi/White Nationalist are the rising atheist countries like Canada, Australia, and The Netherlands

    I just hope that I can figure out a solution to stop what’s going to happen in the US soon before it’s too late….

    • Matt / Apr 27 2013 4:16 pm

      You really need to speak with a counsellor or psychologist. The kind of hatred you show toward ordinary people is not normal. It must be exhausting.

      It’s been a bad few weeks for the U.S.A. Religious extremism is terrible and shouldn’t be tolerated.

      “A moral being is one who is capable of reflecting on his past actions and their motives – of approving of some and disapproving of others.” – Charles Darwin

      “Truth, in the matters of religion, is simply the opinion that has survived.” – Oscar Wilde

      So, chin up, let’s try not spreading hate for a while. We all know where that leads! But, on that note I’ll leave you with a final quote from the wisest of them all!

      “Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering.” – Yoda

      • Yves / Apr 27 2013 5:28 pm

        The same old atheistic argument for fueling anti-Muslim bigotry…

        It seems to me that the north Korean atheistic nuclear threat to the world is right now more relevant to talk about ; see how its South Korea neighbor whose people is more religious is also much more respectful and well-mannered. 
        It also seems to me that Syria (the Baathist party is one of the most secular regime in the Islamic world) is sadistically using chemical weapons against his own people.
        Last time chemical weapons were used it was in Iraq against the Kurds. At this time Saddam Hussein was called by his own people “the atheist” (He was also a Baathist. That’s why he was considered a non muslim -until he opportunistically converted in late 1990…just before the beginning of Desert Storm- by the scholars of Islam because of his refusal to renounce his beliefs of the Baa’thist) ; the Kurds he exterminated were devout Muslims. 

        But white atheists just don’t care because it is well-established that they don’t consider non-White atheists as some “true atheists”. The usual “no true Scotsman fallacy” used and re-used as long as necessary to preserve their privileges : the freedom of criticizing…non-Whites and religions only.
         

      • Matt / Apr 27 2013 5:31 pm

        Huh?! Really, go speak to someone.

      • Yves / Apr 27 2013 6:12 pm

        Evidently, you only use the Internet to watch porns.  

      • Matt / Apr 27 2013 7:47 pm

        Okay, that’s not even an argument. But, I’m still willing to argue your point. Atheists don’t believe in the concept of any god. I think what you are trying to say is that atheists have no morals. Which is, of course, a generalisation. I don’t care what anyone’s skin pigment is and I am really sorry your experience has led you to the belief all atheists are racist. Let me be the first (or maybe not the first) atheist to apologise for anything a non-theist may have done to you or yours over your lifetime.

        All we are saying is – the combined total of human experience, in our known Universe, leads us to a belief that gods do not exist and are not necessary.

        Sam Harris states, http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HDT03RjHxbg

      • itsnobody / Apr 27 2013 8:33 pm

        What a bunch of crap.

        It’s the same low-life response, you’re trying to stop people from criticizing atheists for being racist by accusing me of expressing hatred towards racist atheists? LOL

        Those quotes you just pasted don’t mean anything to me.

        Why don’t you go tell people who post holocaust hoax videos, Nazi videos, or racist videos/articles that they need mental help for? I KNOW WHY, it’s because you oppose people criticizing atheists for being racist far more than those things I listed, right?

        I wonder what the world would be like if these low-life atheists would express the same opposition towards racism as they do towards me criticizing atheists for being racist.

        Such a disgust it is to be a racist, they are the worst of all subhuman beings.

        Can you with your low-life atheist mouth answer these questions for me?:
        – What’s the reason why your atheist kind always tries to stop people from criticizing atheists for being racist? Is it because you want the racism to continue on and on?
        – What’s the reason why your atheist kind never acknowledges that racist atheists and racist atheist countries even exist and criticizes them for? Is it because you agree with and support racism or because you don’t disagree strongly enough to oppose?

        Thanks for demonstrating how you’re such a disgusting low-acting person, you only re-confirmed what I wrote.

      • Matt / Apr 27 2013 8:47 pm

        Well, as long as you’re going to be rational about it! I’ll give it a go:

        – What’s the reason why your atheist kind always tries to stop people from criticizing atheists for being racist? Is it because you want the racism to continue on and on?

        First things first. I can only speak for myself. I am not trying to stop you from saying anything at all. I am merely disagreeing and asking you for a rational explanation as to why you feel that way. I do not want racism to continue. Wouldn’t the world be a lovely place without it? I just don’t think Atheists are to blame, not do I feel theism is the answer either.

        – What’s the reason why your atheist kind never acknowledges that racist atheists and racist atheist countries even exist and criticizes them for? Is it because you agree with and support racism or because you don’t disagree strongly enough to oppose?

        I agree. Racist atheists exist. Racist theists also exist. Again I don’t agree with your statement regarding racist atheist countries. I don’t believe there are any truly atheist countries and will use the following as evidence: http://www.adherents.com/largecom/com_atheist.html

        I am going to throw another question, unrelated at you though. Why do you only believe in the Christian god?

      • itsnobody / Apr 28 2013 5:44 pm

        First things first. I can only speak for myself. I am not trying to stop you from saying anything at all. I am merely disagreeing and asking you for a rational explanation as to why you feel that way. I do not want racism to continue. Wouldn’t the world be a lovely place without it? I just don’t think Atheists are to blame, not do I feel theism is the answer either.

        You don’t have to intentionally lie. You’ve personally attacked me, just like the other atheists. They interpret criticizing atheists for being racists as hate speech, trolling, etc…because they want to do everything they can to stop and prevent people from criticizing atheists for being racist. That’s what’s hate speech to them, lol simply criticizing atheists for being racist.

        They don’t personally attack people who make holocaust hoax, Nazi, or racist articles/videos because they just don’t disagree with them nearly as much as they disagree with someone who criticizes atheists for being racist.

        What atheists strongly oppose is people criticizing atheists for being racist, that’s it.

        How can anyone be as disgusting of a person as an atheist is? Always out to protect their own kind.

        You don’t feel that atheists are to blame? Why is this? Can you provide reasons from your low-life atheist mouth like how I clearly explained how the atheist/agnostic/non-religious population directly causes racism, White Nationalism, and Nazism to increase?

        I’ll explain again:
        – The Church and Christianity is the main opposition towards White Nationalism since there is no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism
        – If people were non-religious/atheist/agnostic then all of the opposition towards White Nationalism would cease, since the Christian religion was the main opposition
        – Since there’s no opposition towards White Nationalism, White Nationalists will finally gain power and popularity
        – The supposedly non-racist atheists (if any exists) try to prevent and stop people from criticizing atheists for being racist thereby allowing atheists to be as racist as they want

        It’s happened in 100% of all modern day atheist countries

        I agree. Racist atheists exist. Racist theists also exist. Again I don’t agree with your statement regarding racist atheist countries. I don’t believe there are any truly atheist countries and will use the following as evidence: http://www.adherents.com/largecom/com_atheist.html

        Well at least this time you acknowledged that racist atheists exist (but then said racist theists also exist to make atheists look better because your goal is just to make atheists look good).

        The next step would be for atheists to criticize other racist atheists and racist/atheist countries like how there’s no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism, this of course will probably never happen because atheists just don’t disagree with racism strongly enough to say anything.

        As for you claiming there’s no “truly atheist country” or whatever I’m referring to countries with the highest atheist populations. Also there are different sources regarding the demographics of atheism.

        I am going to throw another question, unrelated at you though. Why do you only believe in the Christian god?

        Well the God I believe in seems to be the God that Jesus was referring to, although I can’t be entirely sure until I complete the physics model that I’m working on (I hope it will take less than 10 years).

        As for the reason why I believe, it’s because of the experiments and observations I’ve made, and my personal experiences (which I won’t share until later on).

      • Yves / Apr 27 2013 10:01 pm

         
        Atheists don’t believe in the concept of any god.
         
        – I already knew that. As I also know that some people are Holocaust deniers or pretend that atheism did not lead to the pseudo-scientific conclusion that Whites are the only real humans. This conclusion still thrives more or less slyly in the non-believers mind in spite of the well-established teachings of the Bible about race equality. 

         I think what you are trying to say is that atheists have no morals.  
        – Yes, I say this.

         Which is, of course, a generalisation.  
        – Yes it is, as saying that nazis are ALL racists…

         I don’t care what anyone’s skin pigment is and I am really sorry your experience has led you to the belief all atheists are racist.  
        – Our experience with racist atheists would not be enough to claim that atheists are ALL (at best, implicit) racists if history does not recall us everyday (especially in Europe where the racial doctrines were first elaborated under the seal of anticlericalism ) what is the legacy of atheism in the Whites mentality.
        If atheism was just about watching porns, playing video games and smoking joints, I would just look down upon them and let them die. But atheism is before all  the Trojan horse inside the Christian world by paving the way for white supremacists.

         Let me be the first (or maybe not the first) atheist to apologise for anything a non-theist may have done to you or yours over your lifetime.  
        – I also probably have to expect some skinheads to be sorry for what the nazis did to Gypsies , Jewish, Jehovah Witnesses , Black Germans etc…

         
        All we are saying is – the combined total of human experience, in our known Universe, leads us to a belief that gods do not exist and are not necessary.
         
        – Not necessary for some White men…

         Now a confirmed atheist, I’ve become convinced of the enormous contribution that Christian evangelism makes in Africa: sharply distinct from the work of secular NGOs, government projects and international aid efforts. These alone will not do. Education and training alone will not do. In Africa Christianity changes people’s hearts. It brings a spiritual transformation. The rebirth is real. The change is good.
        […]
        Removing Christian evangelism from the African equation may leave the continent at the mercy of a malign fusion of Nike, the witch doctor, the mobile phone and the machete.
         

        Says Matthew Parris @  http://old.richarddawkins.net/articles/3502-matthew-parris-as-an-atheist-i-truly-believe-africa-needs-god .

        The same can be told for South America right now. 
        For instance, who oppose most the drug cartels ? Maybe it is the very atheistic far-leftist guerrillas as though they also trade drugs and weapons , abduct hundreds of people for ransoms …like the Taliban do? 

        – When speaking about science :
        With respect to atheism and science, theism is widely regarded by historians as having had the best scientific arguments on its side well into the eighteenth century. The renowned Denis Diderot, atheist and deist in turns, could still say in 1746 that science posed a greater threat to atheism than metaphysics. Well into the eighteenth century it could be argued that it was atheism and not theism which required a sacrifice of the intellect. As Schroeder has pointed out, atheists were scientifically retrograde until at least the mid eighteenth century, and suffered from their reputation as scientifically unserious.
         
        … AND SUFFERED FROM THEIR REPUTATION AS SCIENTIFICALLY UNSERIOUS.
         

         
        … AND SUFFERED FROM THEIR REPUTATION AS SCIENTIFICALLY UNSERIOUS.
         

        University of Cambridge 

         
         
        … AND SUFFERED FROM THEIR REPUTATION AS SCIENTIFICALLY UNSERIOUS.
         
        LOL ! Ah ! Ah ! 
        Sorry , but atheists sometime make me pee my pants.
         
         

      • Matt / Apr 27 2013 10:13 pm

        Wow. That was something…

        Two things (which will probably make you unhappy but will at least be entertaining for those reading these comments):

        1. Augmentation logic:

        Logic is the study of inferences, the links that constitute the chains of reasoning in arguments.

        Rhetoric is the art of rational persuasion — not just persuasion itself.

        2. You’re building a time machine right? How’s that going?

        On that note, I am signing off. We’ll have to agree to disagree.

        There are racist people everywhere. Some of them believe in different gods, some of them don’t. They are all wrong.

      • Yves / Apr 27 2013 11:26 pm

         
        Wow. That was something…
         
        – Fasten your seat belt, I have a lot to say about atheism. If my English was better I would have say something much more thrilling.

         
        Two things (which will probably make you unhappy but will at least be entertaining for those reading these comments):
         
        – Do you really think I expect you to make me happy ?

         1. Augmentation logic:

        Logic is the study of inferences, the links that constitute the chains of reasoning in arguments.

        Rhetoric is the art of rational persuasion — not just persuasion itself.
         
        – Pretty good ; so you have a dictionary too !

         
        2. You’re building a time machine right? How’s that going?
         
        – Let’s say that by speaking many different languages I also know many different cultures…that involves I know the history of many different countries (some countries you have probably never heard of).

         On that note, I am signing off. We’ll have to agree to disagree.
        There are racist people everywhere. Some of them believe in different gods, some of them don’t. They are all wrong.
         
        – As I said before , racism is not a neutral concept ;  it is an anticlerical conclusion to explain biologically mankind in spite of the Bible teachings. It involves that an atheist can not be a renegade to his cause by embracing the racialist conclusions of white supremacy contrarily to a self-claimed Christian who can only be a renegade by rejecting Bible’s laws. ( It is harder to be a Christian because you have to respect some laws ; whether you kill or rape en masse or not, you are eligible to atheism just by saying ” I disagree with believers “. Being an atheist is like farting ; no quality is required to be an expert in farting.)
        To sum up : the atheist conclusions about races have crossed moral barriers because no bad idea can be contained just by going to church ; it is up to every Christian to thoroughly fight back the satanic propaganda by using the Bible arguments. It means that you can’t fight racism just by saying ” I have a Bob Marley CD” ; this fight needs much more deep-rooted arguments …
         

      • Matt / Apr 27 2013 11:50 pm

        Couldn’t help myself…

        Last one…

        All I’m asking is that you read this and think.

        http://bigthink.com/against-the-new-taboo/to-criticise-islam

        Seeya.

      • Yves / Apr 29 2013 12:09 pm

        Congratulations Matt !
        You have cleverly found an Arab alibi (which is far more original than the Jamaican one)…
        Do you fancy belly-dancers too ?

        The Tauriq Moosa you support is expressing untrue assertions ; you can criticize whatever you want as long as you are fair and have serious arguments. 
        As I said before , the smelly atheistic arguments are legitimately suspected of being tainted with latent racism because racism was one of the pillars of atheism. 
        I bet Tauriq Moosa  was a Saddam Hussein admirer or some sort of Baathist member in an Islamic country; the kind of person who has never criticised Saddam Hussein for having used chemical weapons against thousands of unarmed muslim civilians.
         

  24. Matt / Apr 16 2013 4:27 pm

    Here’s some historical evidence for you.

    “[Slavery] was established by decree of Almighty God…it is sanctioned in the Bible, in both Testaments, from Genesis to Revelation…it has existed in all ages, has been found among the people of the highest civilization, and in nations of the highest proficiency in the arts.” Jefferson Davis, President, Confederate States of America 1,2

    “The right of holding slaves is clearly established in the Holy Scriptures, both by precept and example.” Rev. R. Furman, D.D., a Baptist pastor from South Carolina. 3

    “I give my daughter, Joyce Falkner, present wife of John Falkner, of the county of Fayette and State of Virginia, a negro girl by name of Gemima otherwise called Mima. I give her to the above Joyce together with said Mima’s increase forever and for the only use of the said Joyce, to will and dispose of as to her seemeth fit, hereby revoking all other claims of right or title to the said Gemima alias Mima of her increase forever.” The 1791 will of Toliver Craig, disposing of his assets (and children of his assets) in the event of his death. 4

    Strange Cruelties: The Spanish Slaughter The Natives, West Indies, c. 1513 Bartolome de las Casas The Mammoth Book of Eye-Witness History “First hand accounts of history in the making from the ancient to the modern world” Edited by Jon E. Lewis

    The Spaniards with their Horses, their Spears and Lances, began to commit murders, and strange cruelties: they entered into Townes, Borowes, and Villages, sparing neither children nor old men, neither women with childe, neither them that lay in, but that they ripped their bellies, and cut them in pieces, as if they had been opening of Lambes shut up in their fold. They laid wagers with such as with one thrust of a sword would paunch or bowell a man in the middest, or with one blow of a sword would most readily and most delivery cut off his head, or that would berst pierce his entrails at one stroake. They tooke the little soules by the heeles, ramping them from the mothers dugges, and crushed their heads against the clifts. Others they cast into the Rivers laughing and mocking, and when they tumbled into the water, they said, now shift for themselves such a ones corpes. They put others, together with their mothers, and all that they met, to the edge of the sword. They made certain Gibbets long and low, in such sort, that the feete of the hanged on, touched in a manner the ground, every one enough for thirteen, in honour and worship of our Saviour and his twelve Apostles (as they used to speake) and setting to fire, burned them all quicke that were fastened. Unto all others, whom they used to take and reserve alive, cutting off their two hands as neere as might be, and so letting them hang, they said, Get you with these Letters, to carry tidings to those which are fled by the Mountaines. They murdered commonly the Lords and Nobility on this fashion: They made certaine grates of pearches laid on pickforkes, and made a little fire underneath, to the intent, that by little and little yelling and despairing in these torments, they might give up the Ghost. One time I saw four or five of the principal Lords roasted and broiled upon these gridirons. Also I think that there were two or three of these gridirons, garnished with the like furniture, and for that they cryed out piteously, which thing troubled the Captaine that he could not then sleepe: he commanded to strangle them. The Sergeant, which was worse than the Hangman that burned them (I know his name and friends in Sivil) would not have them strangled, but himself putting Bullets in their mouths, to the end that they should not cry, put to the fire, until they were softly roasted after his desire. I have seene all the aforesaid things and others infinite. And forasmuch as all the people which could flee, hid themselves in the Mountaines, and mounted on the tops of them, fled from the men so without all manhood, emptie of all pitie, behaving them as savage beasts, the slaughterers and deadly enemies of mankind: They taught their Hounds, fierce Dogs, to teare them in pieces at the first view, and in the space that one may say a Credo, assailed and devoured an Indian as if it had beene a Swine.

    • Yves / Apr 16 2013 4:56 pm

       
      GOD freed the Jewish people who were enslaved by the Egyptians. 
      Also, Jesus is a descendant of slaves. 
       
       
      Maybe you should interpret the Bible with knowledge , culture and talent.
       

      • Matt / May 1 2013 5:55 pm

        http://www.nobeliefs.com/Hitler1.htm

        You should read this too.

      • Yves / May 1 2013 7:34 pm

        Don’t you believe in science ? 
         Hitler was an atheist with Jewish backgrounds. That is what scientists claims. 

        Hitler-descended-Jews-Africans  

        Likewise , you evidently ignore that the evolution scale theory is an atheist-based doctrine. 
        Hitler first exterminated handicapped against the will of their parents and their church. No Christian politician has never required euthanasia : the extermination of handicapped and old people This is not a Christian belief ; it is an atheist conclusion. 

        Later on Hitler made an alliance with the most atheist country : the USSR which at this time officially persecuted hundreds of thousand of Christians. Most of Christians were deported in concentration camps long before Germans imitated them with handicapped. 
        Never Hitler tried to save one of them or was vocal to protect the Christians oppressed by communists. NEVER ! His friend Josef Goebel was a far-leftist (before being a nazi) like many Hitlerian chiefs.
        That’s why he intend to eradicate Christianity. → Hitler proposed a “final solution” for Christianity  

        Hitler proposed a “final solution” for Christianity 

        AT THIS TIME , NO ATHEIST TRIED TO PROTECT CHRISTIANS OR MINORITIES FROM PERSECUTIONS.
        It’s the reason why Churchill officially declared that the war against the nazis was about the survival of Christian civilization against nazi-communist alliance.
         
         I expect that the Battle of Britain is about to begin. Upon this battle depends the survival of Christian civilization.
         

        Churchill in his own words 

        Atheist communists joined the Anglo-American alliance only because they were attacked by the nazis… As though , European neighbors (Christian countries) immediately declared war to Germany as soon as Hitler invaded Poland (a Catholic country). 
         

      • Matt / May 1 2013 8:02 pm

        Positive Christianity
        The racial concept Aryan is not to be confused with early Christian
        Positive Christianity (German: Positives Christentum) was a movement within Nazi Germany which blended ideas of racial purity with Christian doctrine. It was adopted as part of the official party doctrine at the Nazi Party Congress in 1920 to express a worldview which was Christian, non-confessional, virulently anti-Semitic, and oriented to the principle of voluntary association of those with a common racial-ethnic background.

        Atheism is not a political movement. Again to quote Dawkins ( I know, you don’t like him) “Hitler and Stalin both had moustaches too.”

        Does that mean anyone with a moustache is a racist?

        Both were madmen. There have been plenty. Doesn’t mean atheism is the reason. Try again.

        Also, in relation to your dictionary comment. Obviously I cannot list all the gods. It would take too long and I don’t know them all! Seems to me you believe in all of them. So, god has told you not to worship any other god than him. This makes you a heathen right? You Christians burned heathens.

        Also, open a history book and see how often the Catholic Church held back science. Now there’s a Vatican Astronomer! Honestly, the hypocrisy!

        You have the burden of proof. So prove it.

      • Yves / May 1 2013 11:40 pm

        You have forgotten to copy/paste the most important paragraph about “positive Christianity” :  
        – Adherents of Positive Christianity argued that traditional Christianity emphasized the passive rather than the active aspects of Christ’s life, stressing his miraculous birth, his suffering, his sacrifice on the cross and other-worldly redemption. They wanted to replace this doctrine with a “positive” emphasis on Christ as an active preacher, organizer and fighter who opposed the institutionalized Judaism of his day.
         At various points in the Nazi regime, attempts were made to replace conventional Christianity with its “positive” alternative.  
        Theological and doctrinal differences included:
        Rejection of Jewish-written parts of the Bible (including the entire Old Testament)
        Claiming “Aryanhood” and non-Jewishness for Christ
        The political objective of national unity, to overcome confessional differences,  to eliminate Catholicism, and to unite Protestantism into a single unitary Christian national socialist church.  
         
         
         
        You prove that once again you ignore the evidence that Christianity is not compatible with atheism, eugenism, racism and nazism , unless one impersonate christian clerics, one fraudulently delete or replace parts of the Bible and so on…
        Beside, antisemitism was not the keystone of nazism , it was just a step in their attempt to homogenise their society ; it would have been a chapter if they were not stopped. 
        Antisemitism is not about religion and culture ; it’s just about racial schemes .  
        It is a racial doctrine masterminded by anticlerical Europeans in the 19th , as part of a fight against the Jewish atheists who were then called “fake atheists” and classified in the evolutionary scale just above the Africans. Nothing to see with religions ( Arabs were actually also classified as Semitic ).

        First Christians were Jewish. Jesus and all the disciples were Jewish. Not heathen, not Romans, not atheists. 
        Also Mary, Josef, Moses were Jewish. The Bible speaks more about the Jewish than any other book written by any atheist. 
        I know you don’t care about the facts…
        But heathen first persecuted Christians until the fall of the Roman Empire. The first 300 years of Christianity in Europe were made with blood , sweat and tears of non-violent Christians who sometime were sent to lions in arena , burned and crucified while Christians forgave them and sometimes accepted their conversion. That’s why now, former heathen descendants are numerous in Christianity.
        So heathen burned more Christians than Christians burned heathen. Likewise , the Christians distrust the atheists who persecuted religions in Germany, in the USSR, in China ( Tibetans, Uyghurs , Catholics ) etc…

        The other fact is that I live in Europe and also lived in Germany. I still live near the German border…I may know better this part of history than you.
        France was occupied by nazis during 4 years (1940-1944). Nazi troops burned churches in Europe and exterminated villagers by burning them in churches (in France, the most violent event occurred in Oradour-sur-Glane. )
        Why then did some alleged German Christians burn churches ?
         Maybe it is because of  : 

        •   “Baldur von Schirach urging young people in 1934 to leave Catholic youth organizations and join the Hitler Youth, declared that Rosenberg’s path is the path of the German youth’. In July 1935, at the height of the controversy over Rosenberg’s attacks on the Churches, a speaker told a meeting of the Nazi Students’ League in Bernau: ‘One is either a Nazi or a committed Christian.’ Christianity, he said, ‘promotes the dissolution of racial ties and of the national racial community…We must repudiate the Old and New Testaments, since for us the Nazi idea alone is decisive. For us there is only one example, Adolf Hitler and no one else.”  

         The mother of a twelve year old Hitler Youth found the following text in his pocket when he came home one evening; the song was also sung in public by the Hitler Youth at the 1934 Nuremberg Party Rally:

        We are the jolly Hitler Youth, 
        We don’t need any Christian ‘truth’
        For our Leader Adolf Hitler, our Leader 
        Always our interceder.

        Whatever the Papist priests may try, 
        We’re Hitler’s children until we die; 
        We follow not Christ, but Horst Wessel.
        Away with incense and holy water vessel!

        As sons of our forebears from times gone by 
        We march as we sing with banners held high. 
        I’m not a Christian, nor a Catholic,
        I go with the SA through thin and thick.

        Not the cross they sang, but ‘the swastika is redemption on earth.’”

         Atheism is not a political movement.  
        Atheism has failed to become an international organised political movement.

         Again to quote Dawkins ( I know, you don’t like him) “Hitler and Stalin both had moustaches too.” 
        Does that mean anyone with a moustache is a racist?  
        What a smart comment !  A typical atheist tacky argument. 
        Sure you have a Bob Marley Cd.

        Both were madmen. There have been plenty. Doesn’t mean atheism is the reason.  
        Yes, it is the logical consequence of the conjunction of atheism and social-Darwinism , as Alfred Wallace ( a Darwin’s coworker) predicted.
        Alfred Wallace also was a spiritualist scientist who was very afraid of materialism-based conclusions. 

        Also, open a history book and see how often the Catholic Church held back science. Now there’s a Vatican Astronomer! Honestly, the hypocrisy!
         
        Which history book ? The one you have which claims Christopher Columbus was a devout Christian ?
        You seem not to know that the very first rationalists were…Christians . For instance , René Descartes was (a devout catholic) one of the fathers of rationalism. 

    • Yves / Apr 16 2013 5:34 pm

       
      Most biblical characters were slaves or slave descendants. 
      The Holy Scriptures advocates manumission. 
      But as atheists hate biblical facts, here are some historical well-know  facts for dummies :

       Atheists: Slaves to Simplicity   


      Modern secularists often paint a naive view of the medieval church. The reality was far more complex,   argues Tim Stanley. 

       
      • One of the frustrating things about the conflict between religious traditionalists and atheist secularists is that its participants are rarely debating the same thing. Angry atheists such as Richard Dawkins attack a vision of faith that is far removed from theological or historical reality. They lift passages at random from religious texts or take isolated events in the history of religion, present them to the believer and say: ‘How can you worship a God that is so capricious?’ or ‘How can you attend a church that is so cruel?’

      The problem is that the historical record is far more nuanced than the professional sceptics make out. Take the Catholic church’s stance on slavery in the New World – often invoked as evidence of its inhumanity. In 1452 Pope Nicholas V issued a papal bull called Dum Diversas that granted Portugal and Spain ‘full and free permission to invade, search out, capture and subjugate unbelievers and enemies of Christ wherever they may be … And to reduce their persons into perpetual slavery’. This was taken at the time – and still is today – as a fulsome endorsement of the enslavement of the Americas.

      • When the Spanish colonised the Canary Islands in the 1430s Pope Eugene IV issued a papal bull that gave Spanish merchants just 15 days to release everyone they had enslaved or face excommunication. Likewise in the 1530s Pope Paul III issued bulls condemning New World slavery in stark language. Rejecting the claims of the European colonisers that the natives were animals without souls, he wrote in Subliminus Dei (1537): ‘Noting that the Indians themselves indeed are true men … [We] decree and declare by these present letters that the same Indians and all other peoples – even though they are outside the faith … are not to be reduced to slavery.’

       

      atheists-slaves-simplicity 
       

    • Yves / Apr 16 2013 6:01 pm

       Likewise in the 1530s Pope Paul III issued bulls condemning New World slavery in stark language.  Rejecting the claims of the European colonisers that the natives were animals without souls.  
       
      Three hundred  years later, anticlerical atheists fought this wise monogenic assertion by imposing a polygenic fallacy ( tainted with Darwinism ) which still guides atheists all around the world.  
      300 years later ! They also self-claimed they were humanists and progressivist.
       
      Evidently , if atheistic policies would have prevailed , only one race would now exist. 
      And Hitler would have statues all around the world. 
       

      • Matt / Apr 17 2013 4:04 pm

        So, you’re saying, because a Pope retracted a notion, the Christian’s hands are clean?!

        In the first few decades since 1492, it was thought that Indians did not have souls because they were “animals” in human form. Therefore, it was believed they could be hunted down like animals, which they were. It was only in 1530 CE that the Pope declared that the Indians were human. Having established their humanity, it was decided that they must be inducted into Christianity. As the Indians were unwilling, this was accomplished by force. Though the change in their status from animal to human might appear to be an improvement, in reality, little changed in their plight.

        Unfortunately for the Indians, with the arrival of Christians would come the intolerance for their indigenous ways of life:
        The Indian chief Hatuey fled with his people but was captured and burned alive. As
        “they were tying him to the stake a Franciscan friar urged him to take Jesus to his heart so that his soul might go to heaven, rather than descend into hell. Hatuey replied that if heaven was where the Christians went, he would rather go to hell.”
        What happened to his people was described by an eyewitness:
        “The Spaniards found pleasure in inventing all kinds of odd cruelties … They built a long gibbet, long enough for the toes to touch the ground to prevent strangling, and hanged thirteen [natives] at a time in honor of Christ Our Saviour and the twelve Apostles… then, straw was wrapped around their torn bodies and they were burned alive.” [SH72]
        — American Holocaust, by D.Stannard
        Link at The Christian Heritage
        When Columbus landed in America in 1492, he mistook it for India and called the native inhabitants “Indians.” It was his avowed aim to
        “convert the heathen Indians to our Holy Faith”
        that warranted the enslaving and exporting of thousands of Native Americans. That such treatment resulted in complete genocide did not matter as much as that these natives had been given the opportunity of everlasting life through their exposure to Christianity. The same sort of thinking also gave Westerners license to rape women.

        — The Dark Side of Christian History, by Helen Ellerbe

        A total of maybe more than 150 million Indians (of both Americas) were destroyed in the period of 1500 to 1900, as an average two thirds by smallpox and other epidemics, that leaves some 50 million killed directly by violence, bad treatment and slavery.
        In many countries, such as Brazil, and Guatemala, this continues even today.

        In the Christians’ own words

        American Holocaust, by D. Stannard:

        On his first voyage he [Christopher Columbus] described the natives as follows:
        “The people of this island and of all other islands which I have found and seen, … all go naked, … they … are so artless and free with all they possess, that no one would believe it without having seen it. Of anything they have, if you ask them for it, they never say no; rather they invite the person to share it, and show as much love as if they were giving their hearts…”
        — Christopher Columbus

        In return, Columbus and his men would teach them the Christian way – Columbus read to them in Spanish from the Requerimiento:
        I certify to you that, with the help of God, we shall powerfully enter into your country and shall make war against you in all ways and manners that we can, and shall subject you to the yoke and obedience of the Church and of Their Highnesses. We shall take you and your wives and children, and shall make slaves of them, and as such shall sell and dispose of them…
        — Christopher Columbus [devout Christian] to Native Americans, 1492
        At virtually every landing on Columbus’ second voyage his troops went ashore and killed indiscriminately whatever animals and birds and natives they encountered, “looting and destroying all they found,” as Columbus’ son Fernando put it.
        Which has far more disturbing eye-witness descriptions of what the devoutly Christian Columbus and his men did to the Indians (referencing American Holocaust by D.E. Stannard):
        As one eyewitness recalls:
        “Once the Indians were in the woods, the next step was to form squadrons and pursue them, and whenever the Spaniards found them, they pitilessly slaughtered everyone like sheep in the corral. … So they would cut an Indian’s hands and leave them dangling by a shred of skin and they would send him on saying ‘Go now, spread the news to your chiefs.’…
        Some Christians encounter an Indian woman, who was carrying in her arms a child at suck; and since the dog they had with them was hungry, they tore the child from the mother’s arms and flung it still living to the dog, who proceeded to devour it before the mother’s eyes…”
        On one occasion in Cuba they
        “began to rip open their bellies, to cut and kill those lambs – men, women, children, and old folk, all of whom were seated, off guard, and frightened.”
        After all, the Indians were only infidels,
        “naturally lazy and vicious, … idolatrous, libidinous, and commit sodomy.”
        In less than a decade after Columbus’ first landing the native population of the island of Hispaniola – thousands and thousands of people – had dropped by a third to a half. Before the next century ended, the population of Cuba and many other Caribbean islands had been virtually exterminated.

      • Yves / Apr 17 2013 8:37 pm

         
        As you try not to understand that I was talking about the usual historical fallacies atheists use to guilt by association religious persons , here is my answer :

        • You should know that many Portuguese slave hunters were anticlerical atheists very supportive of the Enlightenment. 
        The anticlerical Marquess of Pombal, Prime Minister of Portugal, re-introduced slavery into the Portuguese territories , clean contrary to the laws of the Church and of the former Portuguese Catholic monarchy established long before.
        Likewise , French top figures of the Enlightenment such as Voltaire were not less racist than Hitler. He also was a Christian-hater, an antisemitic and a slave trader. 
        All anticlerical partisans of the Enlightenment embraced racial theories and slavery.

        So don’t try to make believe that atheists have clean hands about racism and slavery.

        • More recently :
                                                        

        Slave labor camps, also known as “concentration camps,” “forced labor camps,” and “re-education camps,” have played a vital role in Communist systems from the very beginning. Lenin’s secret police, the Cheka, began to set up concentration camps in 1918; the first official admission appears to have been made by Leon Trotsky, who threatened rebellious Czech forces with confinement in concentration camps if they refused to join the Red Army…
        In the early Stalin years, the camp populations were roughly stable, but by 1930 by most estimates the number had skyrocketed to 1,000,000 inmates. But the growth era of the camps was only beginning: by 1940 the concentration camps contained about 10,000,000 souls, while camp conditions grew ever worse. The prison population declined and living conditions improved considerably after Stalin’s death, but the slave labor camps persisted into the Gorbachev years…
        Collectivization comes about in a variety of ways, but its essence is the same: getting as much food as possible out of the peasantry while giving them as little as possible in return. During the “War Communism” period, Lenin officially assured peasants that they owned their land, but forced them to sell their entire surplus to the state at a pitifully small price. When peasants chose not to sell, government troops began seizing grain – first surplus grain, then the grain peasants needed to feed their families, and finally the seed grain needed to plant the next crop. The final result was a massive famine in which about 5 million people perished. Under Stalin’s forced collectivization program, the peasantry was formally expropriated. Millions of disgruntled peasant families were sentenced to the Siberian slave labor camps. Stalin’s collective farmers had to surrender enormous quantities of grain for next to nothing, frequently leading to the seizure of the entire crop. The result was yet another massive famine, made even worse than Lenin’s by Stalin’s refusal to authorize international relief efforts. The deaths by starvation from this famine were around 7 million; approximately equal numbers of scapegoated peasant families perished in the Siberian concentration camps. This pattern repeated itself in China when Mao collectivized agriculture, and appears at some point in the history of most Communist regimes.

         
         
        Christopher Columbus [devout Christian]  

        • Are you sure ? You would be better off to update your knowledge…
         

      • Matt / Apr 17 2013 8:43 pm

        Okay, I’ll grant your historical evidence, but, it doesn’t mean atheists are racist. It means humans can be pretty awful regardless. Agree/disagree?

      • Yves / Apr 17 2013 9:36 pm

         Well , it seems to me that you are not fully aware that in Europe, where atheism was born, atheists officially spoused and sponsored racial theories while Christian authorities tried to teach illiterate people that race inequality is unfair. In the late 19th , it was a public dispute which caused an unfixable divide between Christians and atheists.
        There were many other clerics ( Catholic or Protestant ) and Popes who advocated the African and American indigenous , and fought off the atheistic race inequality conclusions. 
        Also you don’t seem to know that most Middle Age Europeans ( and later on ) were actually not Christianised at all. Heathen were indeed numerous in 1492. 
        It is the Gutenberg work which rapidly helped Europe to become more Christian, but , for instance in France , until the 19th , the Bible was yet not translated in French. 
        So believing that Christian Europe means that people were 100% christians is an historical fallacy. 

        I repeat what I’ve said before :

        • Most biblical characters were slaves or slave descendants in the Old Testament. 
        For example, the Exodus chapter is not advocating slavery at all.
        • Jesus is a slave descendant too.

         The Holy Scriptures advocates manumission.  
        Slavery was a human custom  , not a biblical approval as though atheist network – in France for instance –  officially approved the continuation or re-introduction of slavery ,racial theories and spread them to the neighbour Germany.
        Don’t forget that they were not as illiterate in the 19th. 
        Atheism was a real war machine for racist propaganda. 
         

      • Matt / Apr 17 2013 9:59 pm

        Atheists have no engender, other than explaining, rationally, why they don’t believe in gods. Simple. Humans have performed terrible acts against each other. Fact. We know because we have first hand accounts and loads of evidence. You have none that support your claim that some theists are not or have never been racist.

      • Yves / Apr 17 2013 10:53 pm

         Atheists have no engender, other than explaining, rationally, why they don’t believe in gods.  
        Wrong ! Atheism has deductions and consequences likewise nazism is not just about loving a leader with a moustache. It has domino effects. 

         You have none that support your claim that some theists are not or have never been racist.  
        A Christian racist is a renegade to his moral  ; a racist atheist is never a renegade to his cause because atheism is fully compatible with racism.
         
         

    • itsnobody / Apr 27 2013 9:01 pm

      You can’t be this stupid.

      White Nationalists don’t support slavery, because having blacks working as slaves is a terrible thing for a Whites-only type of society. How can you have a Whites-only type of society if you have blacks working as slaves? You can’t.

      This is the main reason why the people in the North opposed slavery, it’s not because they were “anti-racist” or whatever, it’s because they wanted to live in a Whites-only type of society. Having blacks around even working as slaves would make a Whites-only type of society impossible. There were religious people on both sides of the slavery issue.

      If you don’t believe me just ask White Nationalists what they would think of bringing in lots of African immigrants to work for them. They would strongly oppose it, just like how they oppose all non-white immigration.

      Some White Nationalists even blame Christianity (what they call a disgusting Semitic religion) for the high African population in the US.

      I acknowledge that racist Christians exist (the things you mentioned are from hundreds of years ago), they are heavily criticized by everyone and there is no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism (Christians believe that all men hath one blood and that’s there only one nation).

      Your response is the same response as predicted, this time you’re attempting to change the subject to claiming that Theists are racist in order to prevent people from criticizing atheists for being racist.

      So in the end your goals are the same as the other low-life atheists:
      – To get people to view atheists as good and Theists as bad
      – To prevent people from criticizing atheists for being racist (so atheists can be as racist as they want)

      It’s the same story, atheists being such disgusting people will try everything they can to get people to stop criticizing atheists for being racist, this time by changing the subject to claiming Theists are racist.

      I don’t know how anyone can live being as terrible of a person as an atheist is, always intent on stopping people from criticizing atheists for being racist, and always intent on refusing to criticize other racist atheists or even acknowledging that racist atheists exist.

      Atheists are truthfully the worst of all subhuman beings.

      • Matt / Apr 27 2013 9:19 pm

        – To get people to view atheists as good and Theists as bad

        – To prevent people from criticizing atheists for being racist (so atheists can be as racist as they want)

        Did I mention White Nationalists?

        Anyway, in response to the above statements and your last post. I agree with Sam Harris’ statement that morality is, and should not be, derived from any holy book. In this instance we are arguing about the Christian bible and Harris makes the good point that believers often skip the really terrible stuff printed in it.

        I don’t think Atheists are all good. I don’t think theists are all good. To come down on the side of one position or another wouldn’t be rational. I cannot understand why one group of people would believe in an all powerful being who created everything. There is just an overwhelming amount of evidence to contradict the supposed evidence in the Christian bible.

        I welcome criticism. It helps us all learn. I don’t know the answer to everything. Neither do you. I just don’t think we need any gods. We, as a species, are better than that.

        You also didn’t answer my question about all the other gods.

      • itsnobody / Apr 28 2013 7:32 pm

        Did I mention White Nationalists?

        Anyway, in response to the above statements and your last post. I agree with Sam Harris’ statement that morality is, and should not be, derived from any holy book. In this instance we are arguing about the Christian bible and Harris makes the good point that believers often skip the really terrible stuff printed in it.

        You didn’t mention White Nationalists, but I did, and predicted what’s about to happen once the atheist/agnostic/non-religious population goes up.

        Sam Harris is an idiot with weak arguments, just like Dawkins, Hitchens. Man these guys are really dumb. You just sound like the typical brainwashed atheist who just mimics whatever some atheist leader says. As usual atheists have no independent mind of their own, just brainwashed boring people with false propaganda that’s easy to debunk.

        We weren’t discussing gaining morality from a book, we were discussing racism and how the atheist population directly causes racism. I don’t know what the point of your statement is.

        Are you trying to say that you agree with White Nationalism and think that people shouldn’t follow the Bible which says that all men hath one blood or what?

        I don’t think Atheists are all good. I don’t think theists are all good. To come down on the side of one position or another wouldn’t be rational.

        So what? It’s already proven that there is no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism which proves that without Christianity opposition towards White Nationalism would fade dramatically just like in 100% of all modern day atheist countries.

        I cannot understand why one group of people would believe in an all powerful being who created everything. There is just an overwhelming amount of evidence to contradict the supposed evidence in the Christian bible.

        There is far more scientific evidence contradicting the existence of free-will than there is contradicting the idea of Supreme Being, yet atheists have no problem with people believing in free-will right?

        But I forgot, atheists don’t understand science, they’ve already turned modern science into a pseudo-scientific joke.

        I welcome criticism. It helps us all learn. I don’t know the answer to everything. Neither do you. I just don’t think we need any gods. We, as a species, are better than that.

        What do you mean by need? If you’re referring to survival then in that case we only need food, water, and shelter. You don’t even need to know how to read and write for survival.

        It’s not about what human beings “need” it’s about what is actually true and what is actually false.

        You also didn’t answer my question about all the other gods.

        Which question are you referring to exactly?

        As for other gods, it’s irrelevant. It’s just like asking a physicist if you don’t believe in other gods why would you believe in abiogenesis, multiple universes, the String Theory, or gravitons. It’s because they are entirely different concepts.

        So other gods or whatever are just irrelevant since they are different concepts.

  25. itsnobody / Apr 14 2013 10:53 pm

    Yeah well the case is closed.

    Everyone’s just trying to have fun and relax and stuff, but the atheists are ruining everything with their racism.

    Atheists aren’t even willing to oppose racism in the form of commenting, so we know with 100% certainty that all opposition towards racism is going to fade soon in the US.

    Right now the US is one of the least racist countries, but it’s all going to change and become much more racist just like in 100% of all modern day atheist countries. I just don’t know how much time I have leftover.

    I mean Sweden’s so racist that they think that Eastern Europeans are actually African.
    This Swede told me he wasn’t racist because he had a friend from Croatia.

    It’s not really a hoax or a joke or anything, it’s just true and real.

    I’m guessing in around 10-20 years racism will become much more visible in the US.

    I just hope I figure out this physics model that I’m working on out soon before it’s too late. If I really do then I could really solve basically every world problem and much more. Since time is running out maybe I should become reclusive and focus all my efforts on it.

    Having ideas and hypotheses is one thing, but then having real experiments to support them is another thing. Real experiments that I have make things so much more exciting. Criticism and scrutiny of all claims (including my own) helps me know what is actually true.

    The closer you come towards the truth, the crazier things seem. Fiction isn’t nearly as exciting as the actual truth.

    Out of all the knowledge I’ve gained so far, understanding the details of how the one true personal God exists has been the most interesting of all.

    But…
    “Time I am, destroyer of the worlds, and I have come to engage all people”

    • Chris / Apr 15 2013 6:08 am

      You realize by saying JUST ‘European’ atheists, you’re already racist yourself!! What about Black Atheists, brown atheists, Chinese atheists? You are the most bigoted person to ever walk the earth. You hide your own racism behind a wall of slander against White People being so-called Racist. Well unlike you, at least I admit it. You really are sub-human trash and no matter how much you try you will never beat White Atheists because they are White, that is nature, you are like a fly that will soon be squashed.

  26. Yves / Apr 12 2013 4:29 pm

    One has said :
     
    What we do know is this: there are race crimes in both the UK and the US. There are also white-supremacist organisations in both countries. Both countries have issues with immigration. One has ~38% religious belief, the other ~70%.
     

    According to Office for National Statistics :
     
    Despite falling numbers Christianity remains the largest religion in England and Wales in 2011. Muslims are the next biggest religious group and have grown in the last decade. Meanwhile the proportion of the population who reported they have no religion has now reached a quarter of the population. 
     
     
    Office for National Statistics
     

    In the UK the proportion of the population who reported they have no religion has now reached a quarter of the population. 
     .
    In 2011 the proportion of the population who reported they have no religion has now reached a quarter of the population. 
     
    In the less secular European country the proportion of the population who reported they have no religion has now reached a quarter of the population. 
     

    No comment !

     

  27. Yves / Feb 20 2013 8:46 pm

    An atheist colleague of mine put her daughter in a Catholic school because she thought that Christian are all whites. In France, public schools are too multi-ethnic for her, so she forgot her hate for Jesus, and did what she thought was best to preserve her daughter to have non-white comrades.
    At work, we laughed at loud when she discovered the truth …
    The worst for her was when she discovered that even Muslim and Jews were accepted ; because France doesn’t accept the wear of muslim veil or christian cross in public schools, only private schools have this right. 

    Poor atheists , if extra-terrestrials are non-whites, they will have to leave our Universe.

  28. TriCountySyndicate / Jan 28 2013 2:34 am

    Racism is the belief that another race is less desirable or inferior/superior due to one or more traits unique to such a group. The examples you just gave are more like stereotypes. Also not liking Asians or some other race does not make one racist it just means they don’t like them or care for them much. Also if athiests are the lower form of life and are so despisable why are you friends with them?

    • itsnobody / Apr 12 2013 12:14 am

      There are many different definitions of the word “racist”, and one of them involves disliking certain races.

      Well at least you can agree that you’re a low-life racist!

      Have fun living as a low-life/atheist!

      • Yves / Apr 12 2013 2:37 am

        In fact , historically and etymologically , racism is about race classification . This is the master definition.

        It is rooted in the french culture (XIXth) to biologically explain why some peoples can dominate other peoples based on the skin color. Of course , such idea could only involved despise or hatred. Later on , this monstruous ideology crossed the path of Darwinism …
        The other definitions are irrelevant when not gravitating around the initial one.
        So whenever someone dislikes another ethny ,it is at least implicit racism. Most of the time, implicit racists never admit they feel superior.

  29. violetwisp / Jan 24 2013 8:58 pm

    I’m new to the blogging world and part of me doesn’t want to get dragged into this, but your posts (I’ve read two, and the About section) are very interesting. I guess they might not be to anyone who’s seen this sort of thing a hundred times before, but I find it intriguing that you manage to arouse such vitriolic comments, when you are clearly either trolling (a word I learned today – thank you!) or have had, to date, a seriously unfortunate experience with life. I sincerely hope it’s the former and that you’ll come to some fascinating sociological conclusions. Good luck!

    • itsnobody / Apr 12 2013 12:15 am

      Or maybe it’s neither and I’m just sharing my experiences

  30. sugarcanegray / Jan 15 2013 8:29 am

    unprovable, anecdotal evidence as usual to support this bigoted and highly suspicious and erroneous hypothesis of yours. I’m glad I live in a secular society like Britain, which is far less racist than the US – we don’t have tools like you spouting such nonsense.

    A commenter above mentioned the KKK. How does this heavily Christian organisation fit into this “hypothesis”* of yours?

    *in quotations because really, this moronic opinion of yours doesn’t even deserve to be classified as a hypothesis – it’s an insult to the term.

    • Yves / Feb 20 2013 9:13 pm

      So read this : “Having been a Christian leader of a KKK group in California between 75-80 I will assure you that even though officially members are supposed to be Christians which in itself covers a lot of territory. I was a Catholic when I operated the Klan In California. A sizable number were not Christian but kept quiet about it.

      After 80 I left the Klan and Christianity and have been a Free thinker ever since or Atheist. The growing numbers of White separatists in the U.S. and Europe are Agnostic Atheist or Heathen. We also have moved much more to the left. But not on the Race issue. The Insurgent”

      Source(s):
      http://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110111022910AArfP1e

      Plus, let me tell you that the royal faimily of Britain must be Protestant. Not very secular society. And, the skinhead movement appeared in UK… No racism in Europe ?

      • sugarcanegray / Feb 21 2013 1:55 am

        So hang on Yves – a you suggesting Britain is NOT a secular society because our royal family, who have no say in governing or running our country, and are nothing more than an elaborate and expensive soap opera, are Protestant?!!
        – that’s one of the daftest things I’ve read on this blog, and that’s some accolade, as the standard set by itsnobody is damn high.

        Britain is secular because we have no God in our political system, other than a few lunatic MPs, we don’t pray in state schools and we don’t ask God to bless us.

        There is racism in Europe, there is racism everywhere. No culture or people or race are immune to racism – it’s an unfortunate psychological trait, one which I might point has nothing to do with one’s belief in some fictional deity.

        Perhaps you and itsnobody should read something about it: http://www.apa.org/pi/oema/programs/racism/un-conference-plenary.aspx

        Not one mention of religious belief being a driving factor behind racism.

      • YVES / Feb 21 2013 3:28 am

        “God Save the Queen” is an atheist anthem ?
        The queen is not the chief of Anglican Church ?
        Well, you seem be very ignorant about your country.
        As a ( non-white ) Frenchman , I know a lot more than you about Britain …

      • YVES / Feb 21 2013 3:38 am

        Guess where I found this :
        United Kingdom – The Church of England is the established state religion of England, but there is no established church in Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales. Two Archbishops and 24 senior diocesan Bishops of the Church of England have seats in the House of Lords (the Lords Spiritual) and they can and do participate in debates and vote in divisions, which involve decisions affecting the entire United Kingdom. Parliament is opened with prayers, in the House of Lords usually led by one of the Lords Spiritual and in the Commons by the Speaker’s chaplain.

      • sugarcanegray / Feb 21 2013 3:54 am

        Yves, as a Briton I know full well our history with the Church, our supposed state Church of England, I also know that religion in the UK is falling fast, with a growing number of people declaring no religious affiliation at all. I know that prayer is not conducted in state schools, I know that Parliament does not pray at the opening session. Yes, we sing “god save the Queen” but we do not say “god bless Britain”.

        As a Frenchman, you do not know more about my country than me. As a Frenchman, you naturally look down upon our country, use terms such as “les Rosbifs” or “Les Fuckoffs”, consider us an island of uncultured apes.

        No political decision in this country is done asking for the blessing of God. We are the world-capital for abortions (something a religious country would surely not tolerate) and the Church of England is nothing more than a hobby that constantly has to reinvent itself to keep up with the radical social change we’ve seen over the past 50 years.

        I, like most Britons, was born C of E. Technically, this is my religon, but in reality, like most of my countrymen, it means nothing beyond an ink blot on my Birth Certificate.

        The archbishops that seat in the House of Lords and have practically no say whatsoever. They are kept there out of tradition, not out of belief in God. And this is what you’re mistaking – this is all tradition, and has very little to do with spiritual matters.

      • sugarcanegray / Feb 21 2013 3:58 am

        If you want to find out the reality of religion in Britain, I suggest you read this article:
        http://humanism.org.uk/campaigns/religion-and-belief-some-surveys-and-statistics/

        From one of the polls:

        • 63% of people say they are not religious (compared to 33% that do)
        • 82% of those questioned see religion as a cause of division and tension between people
        • Only 17% of those polled believe the UK is best described as a Christian country

        So 63% non religious, and only 17% believing the UK is best described as a Christian country. Yes, we’re definitely not secular……..

    • Yves / Feb 21 2013 7:22 am

      Your thing about “rosbeef” is irrelevant. You just don’t have enough culture to answer politely.

      The point is that UK is simply not listed among the secular countries , that is where I found what I posted before… Whereas France and the USA are. 
      I was not despiteful , I was right and you don’t like this.

      I forgot to tell you that I have strong links with Britain…So don’t test me if you don’t want me to look down upon you.

      • sugarcanegray / Feb 21 2013 7:35 am

        No but as I said, look at the stats, research our culture and you’ll find that whilst we’re not officially listed as a secular state, we consider ourselves such because of the massive decline in religious whackjobs in our country. Every connection with the church in the UK is purely tradition and nothing else. Tradition that dates back hundreds of years. It’s quaint but incredibly irrelevant to how the country is run and very unrepresentative of the population as a while.

        In comparison, the USA may well be listed as a secular state but God pops up in every political speech at some point, it’s in the their revised pledge of allegiance and religious doctrine dominates popular thought and culture.

        As for myself not having culture, you do not know me – I have plenty of culture but I have little patience when it comes to people such as yourself mistaking the traditions of my country with the reality of what British people are like in this modern day and age.

    • Yves / Feb 21 2013 9:36 am

      So , the list of secular countries is made by morons, and your stats are made by Nobel Price winners ?
      The most relevant and accurate criteria are what you do , not what someone pretends you feel.
      If Christianity jump the shark in Britain, why the Brits don’t apply what they pretend to feel ? I know what are traditions …. No one is forced to respect traditions you dislike. 
      Your statistics exist since a long time and we have almost all the same in wealthy countries ; you can find some very old ones saying that Christianity will disappear in the UK before the XXI century … Along with the Monarchy.

      Who has the most followers on Twitter ? It should a Chinese or an Indian but it is the Pope whereas he only represents about 60% of the Christians.
      So the dying religion is still in good shape …. Elsewhere than in Britain, because elsewhere they’re poorly educated for they have less pubs ?
      By the way, pubs have also less consumers in Britain. What is your conclusion about this sociological issue ? Do you think that churches will decline faster than pubs ? 

      I now put an end to this debate because the original topic was about racism and atheism. 
      As usual in such a case , atheists attack religions whereas it is atheism we talked about. If you want to defend or speak about atheism, it is the right place, but if you want to spit on religions, I guess the best place is you favourite atheist site ( on which religious people are systematically insulted when posting a polite comment ).
      Do you see the nuance ? I don’t think so … ( Hmmm , I may look despiteful again . )
      I mean , if I say that you are a liar, it is not by answering that I’m a liar too that you are not a liar. It just proves that you are a liar. 
      The right answer is to prove my allegation is false… But it requests finesse and savvy , that’s what you ( so-called top-ranked IQ ) atheists never do.

      Pardon my English … I pardon your French ( if you see what I mean ). 

      • sugarcanegray / Feb 21 2013 9:57 am

        Now you’re putting words in my mouth.

        Think of like this: China is more often than not, and self-declared as, a “communist” state. But in reality, by any marker you could choose, they are not a communist country. There’s no one with more than a passing interest in Marxism would agree they are communist – it’s merely convenient for all parties to label them as such. So you see how “official” labels aren’t necessarily the truth.

        Britain is also listed as a monarchy, but as we all know in reality the Queen has so little to do with the running of our country as to be nothing more than a soap opera and tourist attraction.

        This is the same as Britain’s religious status – it’s tradition, it’s a label, but it does no reflect the reality of the situation. Even our official church, C of E, responds to the people, not vice versa – if it comes up against state policy or the whims of the people, the church has to change. In that regard, C of E can easily be regarded as the most liberal of religious denominations.

        As for Britons overcoming this – there’s no need – it’s that irrelevant that we’re just not particularly bothered. The traditions are quaint and serve a purpose (mostly to attract tourists) but do not represent modern Britain.

        Religion is steadily on the decline overall, and it’s estimated that it will be pretty much non-existant in 50 years time. I do imagine the great British pub will outlive active religion, but then again I cannot see it disappearing entirely for the reasons stated above – we do respect tradition in this strange country and I imagine the C of E to be a tourist attraction/quaint tradition for years to come.

        The reason many of us atheists have stumbled onto this blog is the highly antagonistic nature of it’s content, not to mention how off the mark it is. The kind of nonsense itsnobody is spouting deserves to be stood up to – from the incorrect complaints about this science take-over to outright slander and accusations of atheists being racist, you cannot seriously expect someone to spout so many lies in a public forum and not have his perverted views defended against?

        If, for example, I accused all christians as being rapists, would you not be inclined to stand up against such lunacy?

    • itsnobody / Apr 12 2013 8:02 am

      Oh it’s this same low-life that I destroyed in the other arguments (with your historically inaccurate statements).

      Unprovable, anecdotal? I don’t think so.

      It’s proven that there is no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism.
      So this by itself basically proves that the less Christianity and the less religion the better it is for White Nationalists. Less religion basically guarantees less opposition towards White Nationalism.

      Where did you get this ridiculous idea that Britain is far less racist than the US? LOL!!!

      When you hear about racist events just think:
      The US has a population of 313.9 million, so it’s 1 out of 313.9 million
      Britain has a population of 62.6 million, so it’s 1 out of 62.6 million

      I think the US and Britain are close in racism (far less racist than Denmark or Sweden or NZ), but obviously Britain is more racist overall.

      I mean someone got gunned down and almost killed in Britain just for wearing an Obama T-Shirt.

      There’s proportionally much more racism in Britain than in the US. The US also has a half African president who has a terrorist-sounding name.

      Since Britain is much more religious than other European countries, of course it’s less racist than the White atheist countries.

      The KKK is composed of 5,000-8,000 members in the US (which has a population of over 313 million). Since the KKK is Christian this makes it harder for them (that’s why they have few members) and no mainstream Christian denomination supports the KKK.

      I’m just glad I live in the US which is obviously one of the least racist countries in the world.

      Last week some friends and I went to a bar and this group from Alabama (a state which is portrayed as racist) was talking to us. They were really nice and friendly and not racist at all.

      If I had lived in Sweden I wouldn’t be able to go to bars and if I did some how get allowed in people would either ignore me or not speak to me at all. I’ve heard all types of terrible stories about how non-white males aren’t allowed to enter most bars in Sweden.

      The only racism I’ve experienced in the US has been from atheists.

      White Nationalists and Nazis all know that they view Christianity as a disgusting Semitic religion (along with Judaism and Islam).

      The only way a non-white can get atheists to support them is if they claim that they are gay.

      Some people are terrible, but atheists just take it to a whole new level. These guys are really like the worst people you’ll ever find.

      It’s already happened in 100% of modern day atheist countries, and up next it’s Australia, Canada, and The Netherlands.

      • sugarcanegray / Apr 12 2013 8:32 am

        Itsnobody – you do understand the hypocrisy in calling all atheists racist? That’s exactly the same kind of bigotry that’s behind idiotic racism. Tell me, how do you reconcile that hypocrisy in the eyes of your religion? Isn’t hypocrisy considered a bad thing with you folks?

        “There’s proportionally much more racism in Britain than in the US”

        Please cite your figures for this. Citing population numbers is only half the picture – you need to prove in verifiable numbers that there are proportionally more racists in Britain. I doubt this is actually possible.

        “The US also has a half African president who has a terrorist-sounding name.”

        Which has divided the country massively, with the right-wing attacking him at every opportunity with crap like “terrorist fist-bump,” “he’s a moslem (sic)” and calling him racist at every corner.

        There aren’t really any stats you can turn to to bolster your argument I’m afraid. Give this page a read: http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/our-work/fighting-discrimination/2008-hate-crime-survey/overview/ – it shows how there are race problems in every country, religious or not, and the US and UK both rank pretty highly so it’s difficult to say for 100% whether one if more racist than the other. What we do know is that in very recent history the US had segregation and lynch mobs, something the UK has been lucky enough to avoid.

        “The only racism I’ve experienced in the US has been from atheists.”

        So at the time of the racist incident, you asked about their religious beliefs or lack thereof? yes, of course you did. More anecdotal evidence, always the sign of a lack of actual verifiable evidence.

        “I’ve heard all types of terrible stories about how non-white males aren’t allowed to enter most bars in Sweden.”

        Ahh, more anecdotes. Yes, I heard so and so say that blah blah blah. Again, stop with the anecdotes – they are weak, unprovable and unverifiable.

        There’s also going to be a huge problem with any stats that we can find regarding this issue. The UK has much stricter laws regarding hate-speech, different declarations as to what constitutes a hate-crime, than the US. This will make comparing the two very problematic.

        What we do know is this: there are race crimes in both the UK and the US. There are also white-supremacist organisations in both countries. Both countries have issues with immigration. One has ~38% religious belief, the other ~70%. It makes zero sense to infer a causal factor (ie your silly idea atheism causes racism, or only atheists are racist) when we have no precise stats to consult on the issue.

        Of course, this is highly inconvenient to you and your bigoted insistance that ALL atheists are racist. Hey, I’m an atheist, and I’m not racist. There’s a little anecdotal evidence to counter yours.

      • itsnobody / Apr 14 2013 2:08 am

        I don’t why I even talk to someone as disgusting and as low-acting as you. The only thing you’re concerned with is making atheists appear as good non-racist people. Such a low-life.

        Answer the fuckin question for once in that low-life atheist life of yours: What’s the reason why you don’t open up your low-life atheist mouth and criticize other racist atheists for or even acknowledge that racist atheists exist?

        If your low-life subhuman atheist kind had really disagreed with racism then instead of just accusing me of “trolling” and defending racist atheists you would be acknowledging that 100% of all atheist countries are racist and be criticizing them. So we know with 100% certainty that the atheist kind do not oppose racism.

        Itsnobody – you do understand the hypocrisy in calling all atheists racist? That’s exactly the same kind of bigotry that’s behind idiotic racism. Tell me, how do you reconcile that hypocrisy in the eyes of your religion? Isn’t hypocrisy considered a bad thing with you folks?

        It’s not hypocrisy shithead, it’s just proven that 100% of all modern day atheist countries are extremely racist, and proven that there is no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism (which proves that the less religious and Christian people are the better it is for White Nationalists).

        I don’t care what your subhuman kind consider as bad, you’re not even a human being to me.

        Here’s what happens in atheist countries:
        – All opposition towards White Nationalism and racism ceases
        – Supposedly non-racist atheists just remain silent in opposition to racism and try everything they can to prevent people from criticizing racist atheists
        – Racists/atheists are finally free to be as racist as they want, since other atheists do everything they can to prevent people from criticizing them for being racist

        Please cite your figures for this. Citing population numbers is only half the picture – you need to prove in verifiable numbers that there are proportionally more racists in Britain. I doubt this is actually possible.

        You’re just using circular reasoning dumbass, you even said it yourself. You’re saying “prove something that’s impossible to prove, regardless of it’s actually true or false”.

        Of course lame low-life Brits aren’t going to perform a real rigorous study to see which country is more racist the US or Britain because they are embarrassed and lame.

        Obviously since they are unwilling to perform a study I couldn’t prove it. You can only prove something if it’s a empirically testable hypothesis that’s been tested, shithead. So you’re just using circular reasoning.

        Scientific evidence can only exist for a empirically testable hypothesis that’s been tested. Since atheists are unwilling to perform studies (empirically test the hypothesis) of course there couldn’t be evidence.

        The same with the other atheist countries, they don’t want people performing racism studies because they don’t want the world to find out how disgusting they are.

        Some people are terrible, but your atheist kind takes it to a whole new level.

        Which has divided the country massively, with the right-wing attacking him at every opportunity with crap like “terrorist fist-bump,” “he’s a moslem (sic)” and calling him racist at every corner.

        Well that’s not true.

        The ones who were dividing people were the liberal Hillary supporters. They posted pictures of Obama in a turban and Hillary staffers claimed that Obama was a secret Muslim.

        The conservatives hated Hillary Clinton much more than Obama. For Obama they just opposed his socialist policies.

        There aren’t really any stats you can turn to to bolster your argument I’m afraid. Give this page a read: http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/our-work/fighting-discrimination/2008-hate-crime-survey/overview/ – it shows how there are race problems in every country, religious or not, and the US and UK both rank pretty highly so it’s difficult to say for 100% whether one if more racist than the other. What we do know is that in very recent history the US had segregation and lynch mobs, something the UK has been lucky enough to avoid.

        What are you talking about low-life? Your statistics are only about violent-based attacks or whatever. They have nothing to do with non-violent racial discrimination that people experience on a daily basis.

        I agree that there’s lots of isolated violent attacks in the US (with a population of 313+ million), which you consider as “evidence” that the US is racist right?

        But when I point out violent attacks in Sweden (population < 9.6 million) like the racist gunman who killed 2 people and injured more than 10 people (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11606019) you fools (atheists) don’t “consider” it as evidence that Sweden is racist, lol.

        Sweden’s so lame that everyone’s there’s clueless about everything going on. The Nazi Swedish media has hate speech laws that prevent them from criticizing racism.

        These statistics you point out have nothing to do with non-violent racial discrimination that people experience on a daily basis in atheist countries.

        So at the time of the racist incident, you asked about their religious beliefs or lack thereof? yes, of course you did. More anecdotal evidence, always the sign of a lack of actual verifiable evidence.

        No, at the time I already knew they were atheist before.

        Anecdotal evidence? Just more circular reasoning crap. Of course atheists aren’t willing to do a study so you’re just using the same circular argument from ignorance, you idiot.

        It’s like someone saying in the year 1860 there’s no racism that exists if no one has yet performed a study indicating how many people were racist.

        Evidence can only exist if a study has been performed, so saying there’s no evidence is equivalent to saying “there’s no evidence for something that there cannot be evidence for”.

        What a weak shitty circular reasoning and argument from ignorance argument.

        Ahh, more anecdotes. Yes, I heard so and so say that blah blah blah. Again, stop with the anecdotes – they are weak, unprovable and unverifiable.

        But I provided studies in my other articles which atheists just denied.

        Here’s a peer-reviewed one:
        – “Working Harder to Be the Same”: Everyday Racism among Young Men and Women in Sweden (http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/search/detailmini.jsp?_nfpb=true&_&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_0=EJ694844&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=no&accno=EJ694844)

        I also provided objective events and racist parties gaining power as evidence, but I’m guessing you don’t consider anything to be evidence that any atheist country is racist.

        So it’s the same unfalsifiable reasoning “Nothing can be considered as evidence that any atheist country is racist”, your atheist kind will always do everything they can to prevent people from criticizing atheists for being racist.

        There’s also going to be a huge problem with any stats that we can find regarding this issue. The UK has much stricter laws regarding hate-speech, different declarations as to what constitutes a hate-crime, than the US. This will make comparing the two very problematic.

        lol, hate-speech laws are great news for racists. Hate speech laws prevent people from criticizing others for being racist.

        Free speech allows people to criticize other racists as harshly and as much as they want to.

        So free speech is a terrible thing for racists.

        There’s all types of racism in the UK, but hate speech laws prevent people from speaking up about it.

        In the US people can freely speak up and talk about things.

        What we do know is this: there are race crimes in both the UK and the US. There are also white-supremacist organisations in both countries. Both countries have issues with immigration. One has ~38% religious belief, the other ~70%. It makes zero sense to infer a causal factor (ie your silly idea atheism causes racism, or only atheists are racist) when we have no precise stats to consult on the issue.

        We also know that there’s no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism. Even during Hitler’s time no mainstream Christian denomination accepted White Nationalism.

        We also know that 100% of all modern day atheist countries are racist.

        And we also know that less Judeo-Christian religion will absolutely ensure less opposition towards White Nationalism.

        Of course, this is highly inconvenient to you and your bigoted insistance that ALL atheists are racist. Hey, I’m an atheist, and I’m not racist. There’s a little anecdotal evidence to counter yours.

        I already explained in detail how all atheists are racist.

        The supposedly “non-racist” atheists like your atheist kind just remain silent in opposition towards racism and defend other racist atheists, so this means they are in on it as well.

        I’m not trying to say that some select atheists are racist, but rather all in general. Silence in opposition to racism is basically the same thing as agreeing with and supporting racism.

        It’s my dream in life that one day a natural disaster comes and just kills every single Swede, Dane, and New Zealander off with all the life in them gone.

        What a great joy it would be atheists just stopped being racist.

        Some people are terrible, but the atheist kind take things to a whole a new level.

        Atheists as a whole are disgusting people, not some of them, but ALL of them.

      • sugarcanegray / Apr 14 2013 5:13 am

        “I don’t why I even talk to someone as disgusting and as low-acting as you. The only thing you’re concerned with is making atheists appear as good non-racist people. Such a low-life.”

        I merely defending against bigotry, you idiot. And of course highlighting your hypocrisy.

        “Answer the fuckin question for once in that low-life atheist life of yours: What’s the reason why you don’t open up your low-life atheist mouth and criticize other racist atheists for or even acknowledge that racist atheists exist?”

        Actually if you read above, I do acknowledge that there are probably racist atheists. And, as I mentioned earlier, I confront racism when I come across it.

        “If your low-life subhuman atheist kind had really disagreed with racism then instead of just accusing me of “trolling” and defending racist atheists you would be acknowledging that 100% of all atheist countries are racist and be criticizing them. So we know with 100% certainty that the atheist kind do not oppose racism.”

        Firstly, there are very few “atheist” countries in the world – the countries you claim are racist are nothing of the sort – they have plenty of religious people in them.

        “It’s not hypocrisy shithead, it’s just proven that 100% of all modern day atheist countries are extremely racist, and proven that there is no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism (which proves that the less religious and Christian people are the better it is for White Nationalists).”

        It is hypocrisy, in it’s most childish and petty form. Here’s what you’re saying”

        It’s wrong for group A to be prejudiced against group B based solely on their membership to group B, but it’s ok for me to be prejudiced against group C based solely on their membership to group C.

        That’s as simple as it can be spelt out. It’s absolutely hypocritical to criticise all atheists for being racist. The only thing you can fairly say about all atheists is that they don’t believe in God. That is all the word means. There are other implications, like having a more scientific view of the world, but that’s it. As an aside, research also shows that science actually makes people more moral: here’s a little video to explain: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szXbdEzDK9Q

        “I don’t care what your subhuman kind consider as bad, you’re not even a human being to me.
Here’s what happens in atheist countries:
- All opposition towards White Nationalism and racism ceases”

        Not true – here’s just one example of those racist Swedes protesting against Anti-Muslim sentiment:
        http://www.loonwatch.com/tag/sweden-democrats/

        “- Supposedly non-racist atheists just remain silent in opposition to racism and try everything they can to prevent people from criticizing racist atheists”
        
See answer above, plus some more:
        http://www.facebook.com/pages/Atheists-Against-Racism/418144041592797
        http://www.last.fm/group/Anti-Racist+Atheists+Unite

        Many atheists, myself included, abhor racism and do what we can to change people’s minds and support anti-racist legislation. And, as I’m writing this to stand up to your bigotry, we are pretty vocal about of disgust at bigotry.

        “- Racists/atheists are finally free to be as racist as they want, since other atheists do everything they can to prevent people from criticizing them for being racist”

        No. No one is free to be racist – racists will be criticised and legislated against at every opportunity.

        “You’re just using circular reasoning dumbass, you even said it yourself. You’re saying “prove something that’s impossible to prove, regardless of it’s actually true or false”.”

        And yet, this is the basis for your view here: the fact that you claim to know something that is actually unprovable – all I was doing was pointing that out.

        “Of course lame low-life Brits aren’t going to perform a real rigorous study to see which country is more racist the US or Britain because they are embarrassed and lame.”
        So we add a dose of xenophobia to your bigotry, how nice. So, apparently 70% of the British population claim to be Christian – but they are lame?

        “Obviously since they are unwilling to perform a study I couldn’t prove it. You can only prove something if it’s a empirically testable hypothesis that’s been tested, shithead. So you’re just using circular reasoning.”
        So this is the point – YOU CANNOT TEST NOR PROVE YOUR HYPOTHESIS. My word, you aren’t the sharpest tool in the box, are you? Yet, here you are, criticising an entire group of people based on no proof, and something that you’re not willing to prove, nor able.

        “Scientific evidence can only exist for a empirically testable hypothesis that’s been tested. Since atheists are unwilling to perform studies (empirically test the hypothesis) of course there couldn’t be evidence.”
Atheist scientists perform studies all the time. CERN? Again, more lies and bigotry to try and further your unproved and unprovable hypothesis. I shouldn’t be surprised tho, your entire world-view is based on an unproven and unprovable hypothesis.

        “The same with the other atheist countries, they don’t want people performing racism studies because they don’t want the world to find out how disgusting they are.”

        More lies, here is some research into it:
        http://www.staffs.ac.uk/news/racism-still-rife-in-british-football-claim-academics-tcm4264487.jsp
        http://fra.europa.eu/sites/default/files/fra_uploads/174-MR-CH4-15-United-Kingdom.pdf
        http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/9286738/88000-racist-incidents-reported-in-schools-study-finds.html

        Here’s a study that shows that racism is linked to the culture around them, not to their absence in a belief in the magical sky-father:
        http://www.livescience.com/16339-culture-racism.html
        Nothing to do with atheism.

        Unfortunately for you, atheists’ worldview is based on research, empirical evidence, testable hypotheses and theories. Yours however is based on the writings of primitive men and their 2000 year old world view. Speaking of which – how do you feel about the sexism that’s rife in your Bible? Another form of bigotry that the religious don’t own up to. And how about the rampant homophobia that’s rife in the US Christian base? Why don’t you own up to sexism and homophobia? Quite simply, because your belonging to the group of being religious does not necessarily mean you are sexist and homophobic – and this is what you need to understand. Sweep aside your bigotry against atheists, own up to it, and accept that you simply do not know that all atheists are racist, any more than I know all christians are sexist and homophobic.

        “Well that’s not true.
The ones who were dividing people were the liberal Hillary supporters. They posted pictures of Obama in a turban and Hillary staffers claimed that Obama was a secret Muslim.”
        
It is true – the vitriol has been coming from the Christian Right in the US. The likes of Limbaugh, Beck, Fox News have all been at it. NOT Hillary staffers as you claim.

        “The conservatives hated Hillary Clinton much more than Obama. For Obama they just opposed his socialist policies.”
        haha he’s not even close to being a socialist, and neither are most of his policies. But that aside, no, they have been very vocal at criticising Obama for everything, even things he hasn’t done.

        “What are you talking about low-life? Your statistics are only about violent-based attacks or whatever. They have nothing to do with non-violent racial discrimination that people experience on a daily basis.”

        Well violence is a good way, if extreme way, to gauge racism.

        “I agree that there’s lots of isolated violent attacks in the US (with a population of 313+ million), which you consider as “evidence” that the US is racist right?
But when I point out violent attacks in Sweden (population < 9.6 million) like the racist gunman who killed 2 people and injured more than 10 people (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11606019) you fools (atheists) don’t “consider” it as evidence that Sweden is racist, lol."

        That's idiotic. You cannot claim an entire country to be racist based purely on a racist incident. And, further more, have you ever been to Poland? A very Catholic country, huge belief in God, massive racism problems. Just one small example: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2156303/Euro-2012-Polish-thugs-hurl-racist-abuse-monkey-chants-Holland-stars-Krakow.html

        Does that mean all Poles are racist – of course not. But it shows that racism happens in highly religious countries too, which destroys your stupid argument in one go. Religious people can be racist, atheists can be racist. Get over it. You simply cannot make the claim that someone is racist merely by them going to church or not believing in God.

        "Sweden’s so lame that everyone’s there’s clueless about everything going on. The Nazi Swedish media has hate speech laws that prevent them from criticizing racism."

        Sweden's hate speech laws do nothing of the sort – they protect minorities, not whites, as you can read here: http://www.vdare.com/articles/no-equal-protection-for-whites
        The article also shows how Swedish whites discriminate against themselves in favour of minorities… yeah, such a racist people!

        "No, at the time I already knew they were atheist before.
Anecdotal evidence? Just more circular reasoning crap. Of course atheists aren’t willing to do a study so you’re just using the same circular argument from ignorance, you idiot."

        Yes, anecdotal evidence – you know, the kind you love to make up all the time. If we can't verify it, it has no place in a debate such as this. It's not circular reasoning at all – it's merely saying that I do not accept anecdotal evidence because human perception is so flawed, I need something more solid than your own perception of some events that may or may not have happened.

        "It’s like someone saying in the year 1860 there’s no racism that exists if no one has yet performed a study indicating how many people were racist.
Evidence can only exist if a study has been performed, so saying there’s no evidence is equivalent to saying “there’s no evidence for something that there cannot be evidence for”."

        Well that's exactly the point here – You have based your entire bigoted view of a group of individuals based on no evidence, no research, no study. So yeah, you just highlighted how silly your ideas about atheist are.

        "So it’s the same unfalsifiable reasoning “Nothing can be considered as evidence that any atheist country is racist”, your atheist kind will always do everything they can to prevent people from criticizing atheists for being racist."

        That study does no conclude that all atheists, or all Swedes are racist. All it does is show that there's a problem. And there are problems everywhere, the UK, the US, France, Germany, Poland, Spain – every country has racism and racist problems, none of this does anything to further your bigoted opinion that all atheists are racist.

        "lol, hate-speech laws are great news for racists. Hate speech laws prevent people from criticizing others for being racist."

        Don't be so stupid. Hate-speech laws are used to stop one group attacking another group based solely on their membership to that group. So whether it's a member of the EDF attacking an arab immigrant, or whether it's a christian homophobe attacking homosexuals, or whether it's a man attacking women, the laws are there to protect against bigotry like you're asserting on this blog. It does not stop someone calling out racists.

        "There’s all types of racism in the UK, but hate speech laws prevent people from speaking up about it."

        That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Here's a quick counter example:
        http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/regions/leedsbradford/2009/07/435324.html

        People speaking out against racism!

        "We also know that there’s no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism. Even during Hitler’s time no mainstream Christian denomination accepted White Nationalism."

        This is a good thing. But that doesn't mean there aren't Christian White Nationalists, which there are:
        http://cwnaf.informe.com/forum/

        "We also know that 100% of all modern day atheist countries are racist."

        This is a lie, as I've shown above several times. Repeating the same lie will never make it true.

        "And we also know that less Judeo-Christian religion will absolutely ensure less opposition towards White Nationalism."

        This is not true at all, as shown by the Swedish protest against anti-muslim sentiments I posted earlier.

        "I already explained in detail how all atheists are racist."

        No, you haven't. Your claims are merely conjecture, fabrications and bigotry. You have not explained anything, only highlighted this bigotry of yours.

        "The supposedly “non-racist” atheists like your atheist kind just remain silent in opposition towards racism and defend other racist atheists, so this means they are in on it as well."

        No, I'm vocal against racism, as I am vocal against other bigotry and prejudice.

        "It’s my dream in life that one day a natural disaster comes and just kills every single Swede, Dane, and New Zealander off with all the life in them gone.
What a great joy it would be if natural disasters just kills every atheist off with all the life in them gone."

        And there we have it – the end-result of your bigotry. And how is that different from other kinds of mass slaughter you claim to be against? That's a seriously vile attitude – much worse than any racism I've ever heard come out of one person's mouth. I've never heard any racist want all black people exterminated, for example, yet here you are calling
 for the extermination of several countries merely because you think that they are atheist. Well, there are religious people, Christians, in all those countries you know.

        So that's basically highlighted how disgustingly hypocritical and bigoted you really are. You are no better than a white supremacist, a KKK member, or any other kind of racist out there. You take hypocrisy to an entirely new level.

        What a pathetic excuse for a human being you are.

      • Yves / May 5 2013 9:38 pm

        – No, I’m vocal against racism, as I am vocal against other bigotry and prejudice.

        Why then atheists in Europe were so happy about the 9/11 attacks ?

        Because they hate the most Christian country of the world…

      • sugarcanegray / Apr 14 2013 1:41 pm

        Interestingly, I’ve actually found some studies that do explore the relationship between religious belief and racism – I couldn’t find any that explore the relationship (if any) between atheism and racism, what a surprise.

        The first one can be found here:

        “Why Don’t We Practice What We Preach?
        A Meta-Analytic Review of Religious Racism”

        http://psr.sagepub.com/content/14/1/126.abstract
        http://dornsife.usc.edu/wendywood/research/documents/hall.matz.wood.2010.final.pdf

        The abstract:
        “A meta-analytic review of past research evaluated the link between religiosity and racism in the United States since the Civil Rights Act. Religious racism partly reflects intergroup dynamics. That is, a strong religious in-group identity was associated with derogation of racial out-groups. Other races might be treated as out-groups because religion is practiced largely within race, because training in a religious in-group identity promotes general ethnocentrism, and because different others appear to be in competition for resources. In addition, religious racism is tied to basic life values of social conformity and respect for tradition. In support, individuals who were religious for reasons of conformity and tradition expressed racism that declined in recent years with the decreased societal acceptance of overt racial discrimination. The authors failed to find that racial tolerance arises from humanitarian values, consistent with the idea that religious humanitarianism is largely expressed to ingroup members. Only religious agnostics were racially tolerant.”

        The second one here:
        http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13674670050002135

        “The relation between religion and racism has often been studied, but summarising these studies provides a fragmented picture. Generally, American research concludes there is a positive relation, whereas research in the Low Countries concludes this relation is negative. However, the conclusions of the latter research tradition might be premature, because inaccurate religiosity measures were used. The results of this study suggest that both frequency of church attendance and belief salience are no longer significantly related to racism. Four religious attitudes are described, based on individuals inclusion or exclusion of transcendence, and preference for symbolic or literal interpretation. Orthodoxy (literal, transcendent) and External Critique (literal, non-transcendent) were significantly positively related to racism, whereas Relativism (symbolic, non-transcendent) was significantly negatively related to it. Second Naïveté (symbolic, transcendent) at first sight turned out not to be significantly related to racism. However; a path analysis—in which some important background variables such as age and education were included—suggested the existence of an indirect negative relation. Overall it looks as if the privatisation of religion has reached new heights. Thus nowadays, studies of the relation between religion and racism need to focus on the cognitive (rather than behavioural) aspects of how people deal with the religious realm.”

        Both show a correlation between racism and religious belief dependent on the type of religious belief – and the second points out that American research shows a positive relationship between the two.

        The caveat here is that neither can show religion as a causal factor, but merely that in-group bias, which is so strong amongst the religious, leads to discrimination of out-groups, including those of a different race. That’s kind of unsurprising.

        I’ll end on a quote from Martin Luther King, cited in the first paper:

        “At 11am Sunday morning . . . we stand at the most segregated hour in this nation.”

      • itsnobody / Apr 14 2013 2:18 pm

        What’s interesting is that I’ve already debunked that study. It’s just pure anti-religious propaganda.

        The study is just a joke and a fine example of how nonsense is allowed into peer-reviewed journals. The methodology they used was flawed and basically all of the participants in the study were Christian.

        So why don’t they do a study with where the sample is 99.9% atheist and 0.1% Christian and then conclude “Within this sample most of the racists are atheists”.

        Here’s some flaws in the study:
        – Almost everyone who participated in the study were Christians meaning that it would be mathematically impossible for the majority of people who participated within the study to be non-Christian racists….it’s just like someone getting a group made up of 100% atheists then saying within this group of made up of 100% atheists all the people who were racist in that group were atheists…lol

        Why don’t they conduct a study on racism where most of the participants are white atheists and only about 0.5% are Christian then?

        I know why it’s because the study was designed to make religion appear bad. Just more distorted propaganda

        – The study says “individuals who were religious for reasons of conformity and tradition expressed racism that declined in recent years with the decreased societal acceptance of overt racial discrimination” indicating that the actual cause of racism is simply social acceptance and tradition, not religion

        So the causation is not religion in this study as you foolishly believe

        So this study is basically saying “there are religious people who happen to be racist” not that “religion causes you to be racist”

        – On the other hand there is a causal link between believing that blacks are genetically less intelligent and believing in evolution and that the brain is the mind. Basically all atheists view Martin Luther King Jr. as just another delusional

        – The study uses a flawed methodology for measuring racism…the study doesn’t measure people who actually racially discriminate it uses “Literature” as it’s method and measures supposed “racist attitudes”

        There can be many people who racially discriminate who claim not have racist attitudes and vice-versa, so this methodology is quite useless

        Even worse using literature as a methodology is not objective at all.

        Studies that don’t use an objective methodology are quite useless and can indicate anything.

        Science in modern times just isn’t like how it use to be back when Theists ran science and people actually cared about using a valid methodology, it’s just a big joke just about authority and incredulity alone.

        – This study has nothing to do with modern times, most of the data in the study was taken from nearly 50 years ago when racism was acceptable in society…in modern day atheist countries like Sweden they have the same attitudes as people in the 1960s and prior, see http://www.rijo.homepage.t-online.de/pdf/EN_EU_ZE_racism.pdf

        – In modern times the most racist countries in the entire world are the countries with the highest atheist populations like Sweden, Norway, Denmark, New Zealand, Czech Republic, etc….so why don’t they conduct studies there to see how racist the atheists are there? I know why they want atheists to look like good non-racist people so they’re not going to perform studies there, right? How convenient.

        The intentional refusal of the atheist kind to perform studies in atheist countries to determine how racist the atheist there are is a fine example of how disgusting these people are, they are really like the worst people

        If no study has been performed to determine how racists atheists are, then how can evidence exist? Obviously since atheists strongly agree with and support racism they’re going to try everything they can to stop people from criticizing racism, and one way that they do this is by preventing people from conducting studies

        In the end this study is pure anti-religious propaganda…

        What type of joke study uses “Literature” as their methodology? LOL

        So to summarize your argument “Religious people are racist because atheists performed studies in samples that were composed of nearly 100% religious people using ‘literature’ as their methodology and refused to conduct racism studies in atheist countries and samples composed of nearly 100% atheists”

        So again we see what the atheist kind are after is one thing: Getting people to view religious people as bad and preventing people from viewing atheists as bad.

        You obviously didn’t read the study and are just a gullible person, have fun telling lies and being gullible!

      • sugarcanegray / Apr 14 2013 2:51 pm

        “…indicating that the actual cause of racism is simply social acceptance and tradition, not religion

        So the causation is not religion in this study as you foolishly believe”

        Did you even read my post? I agree – there is no causal factor, and I have made that point several times – either you cannot read or your bias against atheists has polluted your mind to the extent that you have to attribute fictional behaviours to continue to perpetuate this view of yours. This is the danger of any kind of ideology or dogma – it leads people to twist and pervert reality in order to maintain their adherence to such outlandish opinions as yours.

        Also, as you point out, the causal factor behind racism appears to be social acceptance of said behaviour. Absolutely nothing to do with atheism.

        And, furthermore, you could easily correlate increased tolerance in society (exampled by civil rights, removal of segregation etc) with the steady decline in religion and the increase in atheism. That could point to atheism actually being the causal factor behind social tolerance.

        As we see from everything I and others have posted, your viewpoint is untenable in the light of all of this. You may well say you’ve debunked this article, but have you? Where is your peer-reviewed study? In your head, just like the “reasons” behind your obscene bigotry.

      • sugarcanegray / May 6 2013 3:01 am

        “Why then atheists in Europe were so happy about the 9/11 attacks ?

        Because they hate the most Christian country of the world…”

        Firstly, what on Earth does that have to do with racism? Nothing at all.

        Secondly, the US isn’t even close to being the most Christian country in the world – they are well down the list, with Pitcairn Island and Vatican City leading the way with 100% Christianity. Countries like Poland, San Marino, Portugal, Ireland, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Luxemburg, Denmark, Austria, Bulgaria, Iceland in and around Europe all have a higher percentage of Christians than the US.

        Thirdly, I personally haven’t met anyone that was happy about 9/11 – we lost a good few Brits in that atrocity, and this is why we joined that stupid war in the Middle East. What we did feel was shock that the Americans couldn’t see this coming. As Naomi Klein pointed out “that day the US woke up in the middle of a war it had been waging for decades”.

  31. GreeenDiamond / Jan 13 2013 9:44 am

    ” there is no atheist (so far) willing to even acknowledge that 100% of all European atheist countries are extremely racist and criticize other racist atheists, so this clearly tells us that atheists do not strongly oppose racism” Clearly you are very poorly informed as to how much money is spent by predominantly atheist European governments on propaganda campaigns against racism. Nor are you aware of the amount of time and money spent by these same government on anti racism within the education system. So, once again, you are ill informed and wrong.

    “Since atheists intentionally refuse to oppose racism and are only concerned with protecting racist atheist countries from criticism (to ensure that the racism continues on) I can only encourage the world to view atheists as subhuman beings.” First, see the above notation which refutes this claim. Second, your assertion boils down to the claim that anyone who does not actively appose racism is subhuman. Well, that is ridiculous! Perhaps, they are simply ignorant, like you, and don’t know any better. One might easily conclude that you have more in common with those you claim who are racists since they may well simply share in ignorance with you.

    For someone who hates and despises atheists, from your examples, you seem to spend a great deal of time with them! Your examples are quite mixed as to their plausibility and are simply anecdotal. So I will return the favor and give you an anecdotal example of why you are wrong to conclude that “100% of atheist are racist”– I have neighbors/friends living next door to me. She is half black African and half Japanese. He is Swedish. Both of them are atheists and they have two children together. Ironically, his Christian parents don’t approve of his choice of wife and don’t care to associate with her or their mixed children.

    The interesting thing is that the bible states clearly that god created the different races. Yes, idiot, that is what the bible says. The KKK in the US is heavily populated with christian members and the cross lightings they do are an extension of this fact.

    ” A Whites-only type of society is coming soon to the US.”—– Clearly, you are unaware of yet another subject which is population trends within the US. In about 40 years whites in the US will constitute less than 50% of the US population, not be on the way towards the 100% you think will happen. It is very unlikely that 150+ million Americans will be killed or deported in the 60 years following that.

    You are indeed a sad little college student who clearly has trouble making friends and socializing, as evident by your claim of citing atheists as your friends (“This atheist friend at my school”) when at the same time you hold all atheists in such contempt. Only a sorry excuse of a human being would actively have friend whom he holds is such great contempt as to deem them as subhuman beings.

    I am curious, though, about your racism. Because someone greeted an Asian with a Japanese greeting (you didn’t explain as to whether the Asian person was Japanese or not but you clearly distinguished her along racial lines by identifying her as “Asian” so you yourself see people as being members of different races) doesn’t necessarily mean that the person is “prejudice against” another race. Perhaps they are simply socially inept, like you are!

    • itsnobody / Apr 12 2013 3:21 am

      lol, is this response a joke or are you subhuman in terms of intelligence?

      I guess I think probably that you’re subhuman in terms of intelligence.

      Yeah the European atheist countries are campaigning against racism but every study indicates that they are extremely racist, lol.

      If atheists are opposing racism then how come none of them have even acknowledged that 100% of all modern day atheist countries are extremely racist? When provided with studies and evidence they just respond with “No nothing can ever be considered as evidence that any atheist country is racist, but anything can be considered as evidence that the US is racist, it makes perfect sense”

      According to atheist Richard Lynn the admixtures lowers the IQ, so you might want to tell your neighbors that. Your example is also of non-white atheists, so that’s meaningless. I believe that there really are lots of racist Christians, of course they are racist despite being Christian. There’s examples of race-mixing in the Bible.

      If your neighbors were living in Sweden they wouldn’t even be allowed to walk outside without being given angry stares (well the female might be able to).

      The Bible says there’s separate races? The one who says that are the atheists, like James D. Watson and Richard Lynn. Richard Lynn published his book “Race Differences in Intelligence an Evolutionary Analysis” in March 2006.

      There is no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism.

      The KKK? Lol, they are composed of 5,000-8,000 members in population of over 311 million and are fading away because non-religion is becoming popular. Non-religion is a DREAM COME TRUE for Nazis and White Nationalists. Nazis don’t even like the KKK, they view them as weak.

      Finally once the non-religious/atheist/agnostic population goes up White Nationalists won’t have to fight off Churches because people won’t be attending Churches! IT’S A DREAM COME TRUE

      Clearly you are unaware of a trend coming soon to the US – White Nationalism/Nazism/atheism.

      The one who’s sad is you, with your subhuman level of intelligence and weak arguments.

      You even tried to defend the atheist kid who made fun of someone with a Japanese greeting. He wasn’t doing it as a real greeting shithead, he did it to make fun of the Asian woman.

      It’s the same fuckin response, atheists will do everything they can to prevent people from criticizing racist atheists, and everything they can to make Theists look like racists.

      So we know what atheists care about – Making atheists look good and Theists look bad.

      They can give one fuck about racism.

      Why can’t your low-life atheist kind answer this fuckin question for: If you’re so anti-racist or whatever then why the fuck can’t you open up your low-life atheist mouth and criticize other racist atheists and why the fuck can’t the atheist community even acknowledge that 100% of all modern day atheist countries are extremely racist?

      It’s responses like yours that makes me certain that society should view atheists as subhuman beings.

      How can anyone drop to the level of a low-life atheist? These guys are the worst.

      There is no part of me that considers your atheist kind as human, deep deep inside of me.

      It was always your atheist kind directly causing racism and nationalism from the very beginning.

      These guys are terrible beyond imagination, like pure evil.

  32. keithnoback / Jan 13 2013 9:36 am

    I do not dream of living in a Whites-only type of society and in fact I have proven my willingness to fight against those who think that way, starting with the “polite” Southern Baptist faith community in which I was raised, so there goes that hypothesis. You need to get out more.

    • itsnobody / Apr 12 2013 2:49 am

      Yeah it’s the same response just changing the subject to claiming that Theists are racist or whatever.

      White Christian racists have to fight off Churches.
      White atheist racists have to fight off no one.

      It’s because your atheist kind.

      It’s the same low-life response from your atheist kind.

      Can your low-life atheist kind answer this question for once: What’s the reason that your low-life atheist mouth never criticizes other racist atheists for?

      I just have a dream that people like you stop being racist.

      It’s always the same response.

      If you want to see real racism then go to Denmark, an atheist country. The least racist region in Denmark (population 5.6 million) is probably much more racist than the most racist region in the US (population 313 million)

      • keithnoback / Apr 12 2013 8:30 am

        Not my point at all. I mean to say: that poison seeps into everything, just as it seems to have gotten to you. It makes room for itself as it goes, too. White Christian racists don’t have to fight churches, there are plenty out there to accommodate them. White atheist racists have something called “objectivism” for a friendly refuge. All of them can point to a rant like yours as justification for contentment with their poisoning.
        Yeah, Denmark is bad, but Flanders tops them in my book. Though some places you just have to look harder, even though the poisoning is deeper, so who knows.
        I’m hoping this is all a big troll. If it is, then bravo – you’ve captured the symptoms of the toxidrome very well. If not, then don’t let this eat at you.

      • itsnobody / Apr 13 2013 11:20 pm

        What are you talking about shithead, are you really this stupid?

        It’s been proven that there’s no mainstream Christian denomination that accepts White Nationalism, so what do you mean racist Christians don’t have to fight off Churches?

        The very few “Christian” White Nationalists that exist are just laughed at by everyone including all of the other non-Christian White Nationalists who don’t know how anyone can be a Christian and a White Nationalist, and also by all mainstream Christian denominations who don’t know how anyone can be a Christian and a White Nationalist.

        So being a “Christian” and a White Nationalist is just a lose/lose situation.

        It’s not a big troll you dumb fuck, every fuckin time someone criticizes atheists all they do is accuse them of trolling. If someone were to criticize Christians for being racist I’m sure your low-life atheist kind would never interpret it as trolling.

        So it’s the same low-life response, not even one fuckin atheist opposes racism enough to even comment opposing racism.

        Fuck ALL atheists, not some but ALL.

  33. danielwalldammit / Jan 13 2013 3:25 am

    Confirmation bias in action.

    • itsnobody / Apr 12 2013 2:40 am

      Well I hope everyone can see why I want society to view atheists as fully subhuman beings rather than as actual human beings.

      The only thing these disgusting people are concerned with is making atheists appear as good non-racists and defending them at all costs

      They’ll do everything they can to prevent people from criticizing racist atheists

      I don’t even know how anyone can live being as terrible as atheists are.

      • Ryan Schick / Aug 2 2014 5:06 pm

        Evidence? No? Okay then.

        (this isn’t supposed to be racist.) So atheists represent blacks and you represent whatever.
        You think that atheists (blacks) shouldn’t have rights, deserve to be made fun of, should be terminated, aren’t human, and block human process.

        It’s like racism, but you are bullying RELIGION, not different races.

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