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GUEST,Musket curious BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p (1845* d) RE: BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p 19 Sep 13

Wow. Final battle and all that. Using the word atheist in the same sentence is a bit like putting sweet old ladies who do the church flowers, suicide bombers, the Dalai Lama and buggering priests as all having the same aims.


If you want so called atheists off the backs of religions, they should try engaging with society more. Accepting equality as a reality would do for starters. Seeing religious equality as just that rather than religious privilege. Seeing their womenfolk as equal, stopping judging the sexual preferences of others, stop imposing social restrictions as a stipulation of membership.

In ky stride now.   Stop covering up paedophilia in the ranks, stop seeing women as chattel, stop circumcision of children, girls and boys, stop bombing abortion clinics, stop telling impressionable people to stop taking life saving drugs and pray instead. Stop telling the authorities you answer to a higher cause, stop having an aim of creating a theocracy. Stop throwing acid in the eyes of people with a different take on life to you.

After all, all religious people are religious. Some more militant than others eh?

Oh. And stop trying to teach children that medieval fantasy has equal billing with scientific reality. You can do that tomorrow. Those who claim to be religious but allow creationist views out in their name are just as guilty.

Right. Coffee, sort out the budget for the next quarter and go and shag a stoat.

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