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Religion: Respect? Ridicule!

Curing emptiness

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As repulsed as I am by religion, I have always attempted not to insult individuals in my subversion of this pathetic and ridiculous idiocy. Groups, however, like Christians, or Muslims, or Hindus, or Whatevers I readily insult for their agnosy. So it is again today, but I admit that to my regret it is also personal; directed against an individual.

News24 reports that Benny Dick (the sixteenth one, the current Pope) has declared that today’s world was characterised by a “dangerous culture of emptiness and senselessness”. Benny has called for a “New Europe” in which people, especially the young, could approach the “spiritual treasures” of religion.

What consummate crap!

Anyone believing himself to be the representative of some god here on earth is fucking psychotic. And people supporting such delusion are fucking mad too. There is no other way in which to communicate this stupidity. There is no PC way of calling idiocy by some other name.

How can there possibly be fulfillment or sense in a fabrication about a loving god who made us and sustains us and who will some day return to unite us with him in life everlasting? By what measure of maladjustment can such crap possibly be called “spiritual treasure”? By what measure of lunacy can such hallucination possibly bear and represent hope?

The “Papacy” is second in absurdity only to the greatest deception ever concocted – “God”.

“Spiritual treasures” countering a “dangerous culture of emptiness and senselessness”. Purleaze!



Written by Nathan Bond

September 21, 2008 at 09:42

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  1. DW, moontlik is dit iets waaroor ek en jy saam stem en tog is daar iets bruikbaar en positief daaruit tot stand, naamlik; die Bybel.

    Hans Matthysen

    October 21, 2009 at 21:33

  2. Die Katolieke Kerk het die eienaarsreg op die Christelike geloof. Sonder die Katolieke en hulle Conon Laws sou gelowige fokkers heelwaarskynlik vandag vir my vandag vertel het dat die God van liefde jou saligmaker en heiland (wat de fok dit ook beteken ) se naam Simon Margus of Apollonius is.

    Protestantisme is fokol anders as ‘n facelift van die Katolieke Canon.
    Dat beide forme van aanbidding ‘n kakspul is is ‘n gegewe .


    October 8, 2008 at 11:26

  3. Too true, Lenny.

    Nathan Bond

    October 7, 2008 at 22:04

  4. There is indeed a PC way of calling idiocy by some other name. You, yourself have mentioned it – it’s called “papacy”


    October 7, 2008 at 21:38

  5. Nathan, I am not for the Pope, as I believe that many years ago, the Romans persecuted the true Christians, hijacked Christianity and many sects have branched out since. I agree with what he has said, although I doubt wheather we have the same understanding, of what was said.

    Bewilderbeast, the Kingdom of God or Heaven, is not of this world or Uneverse for that matter, so I don’t percieve it to be celestial.

    Hans Matthysen

    September 23, 2008 at 22:55

  6. Oy, His Holiness Pope Eggs Benedict has a good thing going and you shouldn’t try and spoil it. He’s got this book that backs him up (although he doesn’t have to do as it says, you do – he can have graven images and kak like that because, well – ‘e’s the fookin pope, man, get with it). Also he gets this kif popemobile with life-support so retirement can be postponed.
    And then – halleluja – there’s the boys!! Endless supplies of tender little lily-white boy-bottoms! It’s a good life.

    In fact compared to it, heaven sucks!
    See: The Onion

    Heaven Less Opulent Than Vatican, Reports Disappointed Pope

    HEAVEN—The soul of Pope John Paul, which entered heaven in April 2005 following a long illness, expressed confusion and disappointment Saturday, upon learning that the Celestial Kingdom of God to which the departed faithful ascend in the afterlife is significantly less luxurious than the Vatican’s Papal Palace, in which the pope spent the past 26 years of his earthly life.


    September 22, 2008 at 21:24

  7. When I look over the shelves of various bookshops I frequent, I can’t help noticing the proliferation of books running the entire gamut of mystical themes, including such old chestnuts as astrology, The Book of the Dead, Tarot, spiritualism, bible codes, Wicca and on and on and on. These things are often presented in books whose covers are mostly dark and sombre colours with a bit of gold leaf here and there. I think these pursuits are gaining popularity because the more common religions have fallen increasingly behind in providing satisfactory answers, and these religions nouveau are both a signal of the gaps’ presence and a temporary filler thereof.

    Much as expected, however, the more traditional believers, as exemplified by pope Ratzi, view these interests with some disdain coloured by more than slight annoyance, instead of seeing the extensive parallels with their own craving for things to marvel and gawp at and to sell to the world. Hence, his ill-conceived nattering on about “dangerous culture of emptiness and senselessness” is little more than a covert admission of envy.


    September 21, 2008 at 22:29

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