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This is a real religion?

Published March 13th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

The government actually passed this BS as religion? You just did this so you can get tax cuts, your religion is based on christian hate because thats all i see you mocking on here, You might as well side with the church of satan who mocks their own belief, Just because youre too blind to be enlightened you have decided to scam all the atheists out there, in a way i have to side with you, because all of your followers are just as stupid as you are, nobody ever looks into history, philosophy or multiple religions before basing their faith, they always just side with hate and disbelief, when love is just the true meaning behind every religion, and science is formulated from the start of religion, it seems that your church and your followers will all go down the same stupid path, even if you are a teacher or a doctor you probably are a bad one at that, well except the church leader who is rolling in money from his t-shirts and probably initiation fees and getting tax cuts, what a smart way to scam atheist church goers, you might as well start the next jonestown massacre.

–Nick



554 Responses to “This is a real religion?”

  1. Daniel Løvbrøtte Olsen says:

    So we’re all bad now eh? And you do realize government don’t need to light a religion up with green welcoming light right?

  2. the wise says:

    U all need to live in a crazy house

    • Keith says:

      We do: it is called “The World”. Incidentally, is it sheer laziness that prompts you to write “U” instead of “you” in such a short sentence?

  3. SillyKiwiMan says:

    Laziness and stupidity. Most of them don’t get why it matters to spell correctly, use punctuation, and capitalisation. Sort of ironic that they call themselves “the wise” (note lack of capitals!)

    I also remember crystal sets, Dick Smith’s fun way into electronics ring a bell?

    • Atsap Revol says:

      Here in America some schools encourage “creative” spelling. Expression of “deep, innermost feelings” in writing is considered more important than spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

      Knowledge of crystal sets and proper writing dates you, SillyKiwiMan. The world belongs to the illiterate computer-gaming, texting generation.

      Atsap Revol, COF

      • Keith says:

        When I did leaving in high school (final year but one), there was a girl in my class who had been brought up to spell phonetically. The work was a constant struggle for her. Now, I suppose anyone who cannot read the gibberish of text messages falls behind.

        Somewhere in my collection of published odds and ends I have an article on making a receiver using a razor blade.

      • Meep says:

        Hey, there are some of us computer-gaming, texting generation capable of spelling, you know. Illiteracy is a choice, it seems, for most of the rabble.

      • Rev. Linguine says:

        Next thing over there will be “creative design” as a means of keeping science out of the classroom.

        • Keith says:

          Well, the separation of church and state is only implied in the Australian constitution, which is why we have a school chaplain scheme paid for by the public purse. If parliament decreed that creationism should be given equal billing in education there’s not a lot that can be done until the clowns who decreed it are replaced by someone else.

        • SillyKiwiMan says:

          I had pretty serious fears that we’d end up with a de facto theocracy under Wingnuts Abbott. I’m hoping that Turnbull & Hockey will keep that in check. It sickens me that public funding goes to schools with an agenda of any kind, but religion, particularly catholicism, has a pretty secure hold in Oz. Don’t even get me started on that reprehensible little turd Fred Nile…

        • Keith says:

          Joe Hockey (apparently)

          1) Was born in Bethlehem
          2) Went to a Jesuit school.

          I snipped this from Wikipedia, so it may be wrong:

          On 9 November 2009, Hockey gave a speech, In Defence of God, at the Sydney Institute. “Australia has embraced religious diversity. It must always remain so, and as a Member of Parliament I am a custodian of that principle of tolerance. That is why it is disturbing to hear people rail against Muslims and Jews, or Pentecostals and Catholics. Australia must continue, without fear, to embrace diversity of faith provided that those gods are loving, compassionate and just.”

          I had the same fears as you and I still have them.

  4. Tyson says:

    What?

  5. william (pasterfarian minister) says:

    alright guys he wants us to start another jones town massacre LOOK THE CHRISTIANS WANT TO START ANOTHER MASSCRE “you might as well start the next jonestown massacre.”

  6. Abby says:

    Is this real? this is a joke. get a life

  7. Sure Bob Sure says:

    “…you might as well start the next jonestown massacre”

    “Look Professor, another data point for your theory that evolution sometimes goes in reverse. Golly.”

    “Yes, Jimmy. Difficult to accept, I know, but we must face facts.”

  8. james says:

    you sir are a giant 10 on the scale of mental retardation. do you not get why this religion was even started? you need to do some research, i mean come on, really? you say they do it for tax cuts… quite the opposite that is something they do not like about our government is that they do give tax breaks to religious institutions.

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