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Anonymous 04/07/2018 (Sat) 07:01:32 [Preview] No. 16137
We need to do everything we can to eliminate Christian privilege.
https://twitter.com/AndrewLSeidel/status/982415367065751552


Anonymous 04/07/2018 (Sat) 18:05:37 [Preview] No.16142 del
so only Christians believe in God? very logical of you. Leftards are the new pagans. Every single pagan is a SJW


Anonymous 04/07/2018 (Sat) 22:34:53 [Preview] No.16144 del
>>16142
Christians have more privilege than any other religion. If you don't know this, you must be brainwashed with a typical Christian victim complex.


Anonymous 04/08/2018 (Sun) 13:02:15 [Preview] No.16151 del
Wew, here we go again, its all the Christians fault!

Name one way - personally - a Christian has done you wrong. Did a priest molest you or something? Because if so I could understand why your so butt hurt over their religious beliefs.


Anonymous 04/08/2018 (Sun) 13:09:00 [Preview] No.16152 del
>>16144
To be honest Jews are the most privileged, you do know that right?

1. They have stronghold lobbyists in almost every single country.

2. They still get billions in fiscal compensation over what happened in Germany (that was 80 some years ago).

3. Israel is the only country that does not get hassled for building a strong border wall. Every other country that wants border security is scolded by the media and their Marxist followers.

4. When you are Jewish, all you have to say is the word "holocaust" and you practically win any argument no matter how irrational it may be. This includes COURT CASES with convicted criminals who happen to be Jewish. The world "holocaust" is practically a get-out-of-jail card for them.


Anonymous 04/08/2018 (Sun) 14:41:19 [Preview] No.16156 del
>>16137
>We need to do everything we can to eliminate Christian privilege.

Why?

The best of a bad lot leaves little to recommend, and yet, I prefer our own big-daddy-in-the-sky reigning down his bloody lambaste of discarded progeny peeps over all other alternatives. Like an occasional yeast infection, they displace true virulence with mere annoyance.


Anonymous 04/08/2018 (Sun) 15:05:07 [Preview] No.16157 del
>religious bullshit on /b/ instead of /pol/
what's wrong, cant handle the banter?


Anonymous 04/10/2018 (Tue) 05:37:44 [Preview] No.16176 del
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>>16156
We don't have to replace nonsense with nonsense you uninspired man.


Anonymous 04/10/2018 (Tue) 05:39:01 [Preview] No.16177 del
>>16176
HAIL SATAN


Anonymous 04/10/2018 (Tue) 17:28:04 [Preview] No.16178 del
>>16137
So in other words you want the state to impose draconian laws against Christians like the USSR did? Really? What have these people done to you that is so awful?


Anonymous 04/10/2018 (Tue) 17:35:21 [Preview] No.16179 del
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>>16176
That picture of "utopia" is hilarious. You know banning freedoms and giving power to the State to crush political/religious foes will never bring that kind of utopia to society, right?


Anonymous 04/10/2018 (Tue) 19:25:11 [Preview] No.16181 del
>>16178
You worship a cosmic dictator and want everyone who doesn't follow you to go to hell. When you mention Stalin you're describing your own dictator, not mine. So yes sir, your religion should be abolished because of what you believe.

>We are the pure and chosen few
>And all the rest are damned
>There’s room enough in hell for you
>We don’t want heaven crammed.

That's Christianity and it causes good people to do evil in the name of religion.


Anonymous 04/11/2018 (Wed) 03:02:43 [Preview] No.16204 del
>>16181
Let me ask you this. What about other religions then? You can't claim Christians are the only radicals. What about those radicalized Muslims who kill homosexuals and throw acid in womens' faces all the time? Raping and stoning people who do not follow Islam? We should ban Islamic faith too right? And Judaism? We should ban that, correct? After all they do some crazy shit too (like dancing in public drunk and molesting walls) ...right?

The way I see it is as long as someone is not hurting someone else they should be left alone. If that person becomes radicalized and goes psycho, then intervention is needed against that individual. Sorry that I happen to be one of those civil folks who likes to live and let live.


Anonymous 04/11/2018 (Wed) 03:18:52 [Preview] No.16205 del
>>16204
By the way, the real reason Christians are highly targeted by despots is already known by historians. Mormons are preppers and self-sufficient. Amish people even more so, and they live among their own groups away from other societies and institutions (a big no no for tyrannical governments). Evangelists tend to question everything and tend to breed a lot too (oh no, more of those serfs governments have to keep track of!) Lutherans are well organized, they often help one another out, sometimes they live in groups too... then the Catholics, typically more nationalistic and have strong moral principles (unlike despotic governments).

Ah yes, those evil Christians. A bunch of pesky groups who are a thorn in the side for all the control freak bureaucrats out there.


Anonymous 04/11/2018 (Wed) 05:08:59 [Preview] No.16215 del
>>16204
Sure ban those religions as well. Now you have no argument to stand on. I don't even have to waste my time arguing that Christianity is evil when it should be self-evident, but you can read "Religion Poisons Everything" and stop thinking like a monkey.

"Here is my challenge. Let someone name one ethical statement made, or one ethical action performed, by a believer that could not have been uttered or done by a nonbeliever. And here is my second challenge. Can any reader of this [challenge] think of a wicked statement made, or an evil action performed, precisely because of religious faith?" -Christopher Hitchens

Not a single person has ever passed that challenge. If asked for an atrocity committed in the name of religion there's no shortage of examples, but there's not a single example that can be applied for atheism which has no ideology.


Anonymous 04/12/2018 (Thu) 12:23:43 [Preview] No.16223 del
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>>16215
>atrocity committed in the name of religion

Common sense would advocate the State going after violent, criminal individuals with intend to harm, rob, extort, rape or kill.

And you are calling for more atrocity by saying the State should target innocent people who have done nothing other than worship some divine entity or pray toward a sky? Most people who are religious are not criminals, most do not intend to harm anyone in any way. So what you are calling for is an atrocity against innocents because you do not trust a group of people. How much different is that atrocity than a small minority of religious extremists who want to jail or kill non-criminal atheists like yourself?


Anonymous 04/12/2018 (Thu) 22:05:06 [Preview] No.16245 del
>>16223
Simple, I have no problem condemning the basis of dictatorships, however Christianity is incompatible with condemning dictatorships, because it's a celestial dictatorship is the end goal that Christianity strives for.
Watch this video:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=5GjCRWeG_AQ [Embed]


Anonymous 04/12/2018 (Thu) 22:19:37 [Preview] No.16247 del
>>16245
>dictate
American secularists want to remove the dictation and go straight to acting out tyranny, but nobody agrees with them. That's why they use the doublespeak to flip "dictators", speakers, to mean the tyrants who act, so there can be no word that means a leader that just wisely dictates but doesn't act. They're slaughterers and liars through and through. The end goal is that when they get in power the tyrant is going to be called an "advisor", because in their doublespeak dictation means tyranny and tyranny means "being the president of a republic".

Majority of them is just fools who were taught a broken doublespeak from birth and never questioned the fact that they're barely literate.


Anonymous 04/12/2018 (Thu) 22:27:51 [Preview] No.16248 del
>>16223

The point of Hitchen’s challenge is to show that Christianity can easily be shown to be the source of much evil, but cannot be conclusively shown to be the source of morality. He is clearly talking about “positive” morality.

>>16247
You're a brainwashed moron who worships the same primitive gods as your ancestors who lived in caves.


Anonymous 04/12/2018 (Thu) 22:34:01 [Preview] No.16249 del
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>>16247
To ‘choose’ dogma and faith over doubt and experience is to throw out the ripening vintage and to reach greedily for the Kool-Aid.”


Anonymous 04/12/2018 (Thu) 22:36:12 [Preview] No.16250 del
>>16248
You're a brainwashed moron who can't be trusted to learn the Latin you use, so a Bible was necessary to universalize the message at least to some extent.

When it comes to washing, you still live in a basement next to your mom's laundry room.


Anonymous 04/12/2018 (Thu) 22:44:08 [Preview] No.16251 del
>>16248
>The point of Hitchen’s challenge is to show that Christianity can easily be shown to be the source of much evil, but cannot be conclusively shown to be the source of morality. He is clearly talking about “positive” morality.

The source of bullets is a source of much evil, too.


Anonymous 04/15/2018 (Sun) 15:47:33 [Preview] No.16268 del
>>16245
>I have no problem condemning the basis of dictatorships, however Christianity is incompatible with condemning dictatorships

In order to "eliminate Christianity" or other religions you must have a State to engage them and take them out. This would likely be a dictatorship because only a dictatorship desires to eliminate mass groups of people! Therefore you are calling for a despotic dictatorship.

>>16247
A lot of dictators tend to be people who THINK they are doing something "for the common good" not realizing the hellish nightmare they are creating on innocents and use their ideology as justification for the horrors and tragedies committed. Americans have not experienced the hellish nightmares of Nazi Germany, Stalin's USSR or Mao's China! They do not realize the absolutely awful consequences those citizens have suffered. I have a feeling some day it will be America's turn. And oh the irony is great when the collectivists finally get their way and their system collapses and gets smacked into yet another history book of proven failures!


Anonymous 04/15/2018 (Sun) 15:48:34 [Preview] No.16269 del
>>16251
All depends on the ones holding the guns my friend. The gun does not have a brain or heart. The humans handling the guns do.


Anonymous 04/15/2018 (Sun) 17:18:43 [Preview] No.16272 del
>>16269
Brain and heart can be conclusively shown to be the source of much evil as well. What else are you going to reduce as unnecessary?


Anonymous 04/16/2018 (Mon) 22:50:43 [Preview] No.16276 del
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>>16272
Lets start with the bible stories and fundamentalist Christianity.


Anonymous 04/17/2018 (Tue) 03:24:48 [Preview] No.16279 del
We must eliminate atheists' authoritarian small dick complex. They think authority is self-evident and always true, so naturally they assume there's no freedom to disobey in religion. On their end they support a race to the bottom that whatever whim quides their actions, ultimately genetic predisposition, must be held as an absolute authority.

This is true in all authoritarianism but atheism does nothing but enable this behaviour. Christianity is the strongest movement in the secular world to intrinsically allow people to challenge this behaviour within its own doctrine. No matter how drunk with power the church gets, it will always fail to eradicate its own foundational scripture that includes the basis for both authoritarian an individualist thinking. Every other book can be burned, but the Bible can only be subverted, because its upholders themselves hold themselves to a standard of upholding it. Enter the atheist:

>>16276
>Lets start with
Selective eradication. On what basis? You got scared? You find it hard to read that much text, the amount of maybe 2 thick novels? How about The Animal Farm?

Whenever WWJD types go around saying that Jesus was so cool and a real punk rock dude, atheists are there to snub it as a lame attempt at being hip with the kiddos. Whenever they're not, atheists are there propagandazing and crying "oh the humanity!" over these gruesome stories.
And they are gruesome.
That's why we need them as stories before a grue drops on us in the secular world. The atheist commie types would of course love it if there were no such preparation when they start their own contemporary re-education programs, and when they start re-writing history there won't be bible around to read on an approximation of history so old that we know it's not been tampered with by the victors of the last war.


Anonymous 04/17/2018 (Tue) 13:02:13 [Preview] No.16283 del
>>16276
You could move to China, you might actually like it better over there, it can be your new-found "utopia."

http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2018/04/16/xi-has-particular-animosity-against-christianity/

Religious people are often prosecuted for their beliefs, but don't worry, China is no dictatorship.


Anonymous 04/18/2018 (Wed) 04:46:21 [Preview] No.16284 del
>>16279
All the butthurt of the guy who benefits from blasphemy laws.
>Cries persecition
>Only religious morons get to call on blasphemy laws

STOP PICKING ON ME ATHEISTS OR ILL SUE YOU.


Anonymous 04/18/2018 (Wed) 08:36:57 [Preview] No.16285 del
Freedom of speech press and assembly are the opposite of Christian values and were absent throughout most the history of western civilization. Only when we found the old greek texts did we push back, take some foreign values, and push back some more against religion, ending 1000 years of stagnation during which there was no scientific revolution.


Anonymous 04/18/2018 (Wed) 17:02:53 [Preview] No.16291 del
>>16284
>Cries persecition
Little correction, rather than crying I'm laughing, at your face, for thinking that your choice of mindset is causing yourself to be persecuted. It's like you couldn't even find yourself an enslaved ancestor so you have to back-rationalize ways to demand your reparations through some other means. That's not how individuals get tied down to societal norms. It's because you fence-sit your ass off everytime when asked "what do you believe in" that nobody sees any point in banking on your sense of responsibility to shape society in a way that gains a return by catering to it, whether you're religious or not.

On the other hand, you seem to think it's laughable if you can put your opposition in jail or fine them, because "benefiting" to you is defined as "somebody else suffers from [blasphemy] laws". No actually, maybe let's secularize this point so you can see it without your bias: do I benefit from anti-theft laws and anti-drug laws? Not really, they affect society on a scale larger than me and mostly to my detriment by creating a recursion effect in crime. If you want atheism to spread, bring more blasphemy laws. That's the same bargain as with everything, live long and see yourself become the villain. Then you get to put an honest wager on what really benefits you and who's accomplishing it.


Anonymous 04/18/2018 (Wed) 17:38:20 [Preview] No.16292 del
>>16285
And you would seek to stop scientific revolution once again, now that the downtime has succesfully been attributed to Christianity and the shift to secularism caused ignorance over how many people had to be tossed into the pyre to fuel the furnaces. Catholic church was sort of shy to kickstart a total revision of contemporary morality when non-revolutional advancements like military technology chugged on at a predictable pace, but Mengele wasn't. Are you? Freedom of speech laws haven't done much in reigniting actual, large-scale testing in eugenics, transhumanism and pedophilia just to be sure there's nothing more to learn in those fields. Neither has atheism. What has happened though, whoever you credit for it, is that massive global scale population growth subsidizes laziness of the many with the desperation of the few. We just don't keep direct record of it. How many persons refused to advance science between 1970-1980, compared with 1300-1400?

Oh those 1000 years of idleness, we could have burned the earth away by now if it wasn't for them!


Anonymous 04/18/2018 (Wed) 21:20:09 [Preview] No.16293 del
>>16292
The scientific method came from the Greeks, and Christianity held it back. Christian art was worse than Greek art and we only advanced when we went back to the greeks and co to her where they left off. Christianity would have left is where Islam is today if we had never started to delve into Greek philosophy 500 years ago. Watch this video to see why that's true and stop being a moron.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=5GjCRWeG_AQ [Embed]



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