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Ignorance!

 

Ave Satanus.  


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Holy hysteria, meh.


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A KKK chapter once joined Adopt-A-Highway, and were met with objections from well-meaning decent people. The KKK rightfully won that court case, but were later kicked out of the program. Why? For failing to clean up the highway!

 

The evil will come through, sooner or later.


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A KKK chapter once joined Adopt-A-Highway, and were met with objections from well-meaning decent people. The KKK rightfully won that court case, but were later kicked out of the program. Why? For failing to clean up the highway!

 

The evil will come through, sooner or later.

 

That's the thing, isn't it?  The Satanists are actually doing the work; keeping things clean and tidy.

 

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Somes quote from the article

 

“We’re obviously believers in God,” Konija said. 

 

You must be able to tell just from looking at her she is stupid

 

The Satanists don’t actually believe in Satan, of course, and they have no affinity with groups who promote racism. Which led to this incredible statement from the chapter’s head Damien Blackmoor in a local news broadcast:

“We’re not out here sacrificing babies,” Blackmoor said.

He forgot to add, you know, like the Catholics do.


Edited by Aging Disgracefully, 15 September 2018 - 04:33 AM.

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Somes quote from the article

 

“We’re obviously believers in God,” Konija said. 

 

You must be able to tell just from looking at her she is stupid

 

The Satanists don’t actually believe in Satan, of course, and they have no affinity with groups who promote racism. Which led to this incredible statement from the chapter’s head Damien Blackmoor in a local news broadcast:

“We’re not out here sacrificing babies,” Blackmoor said.

He forgot to add, you know, like the Catholics do.

 

 

As a matter of history -- What's the Satanic body count?  How many Holy Wars?  How many inquisitions?

 

God is the monster.  Compared to God; Satan is but an innocent child.  We all know what the Church does to children.  


Edited by jonathanlobl, 15 September 2018 - 05:13 AM.

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I'll just come right out and say it. This world is getting more fucked up by the minute.  Shit like this story and the topper for me is Catholic Child Rapers pretty much getting a pass because the Devil made them do it. And you know damn well Catholics will just sit and nod their heads and say "Oh yes those poor men." give them a few more days it will undoubtedly be the children's fault.

 

Fuck the Pope and all of them, they need to be prosecuted to the full extend of the law. They aren't anybody special, they are just sick sick men in robes. Put some pants on you perverts.


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Agree whole-heartedly, AD!


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“We’re not out here sacrificing babies,” Blackmoor said.
He forgot to add, you know, like the Catholics do.

 
QFT
 

And you know damn well Catholics will just sit and nod their heads and say "Oh yes those poor men." give them a few more days it will undoubtedly be the children's fault.

 
Where you been? They’ve already been blaming the children for years now.


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If the usual pattern holds; the next step will be to talk loudly of purging the priesthood of gay priests.  They will talk loudly, but they won't do it.

 

If they did purge their gay priests; who would be left?

 

We can not call the Church two faced.  It's a much bigger number.  


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Multi-faced......just like scump is.


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This is an interesting topic drift.  It started off being about the Satanic Temple.  Then we drifted over to the Holy Roman Cash Corporation of child abusers -- then onto the Orange Abomination.

 

Talk about guilt by association.  I think we owe the Satanic Temple a big apology.

 

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If the usual pattern holds; the next step will be to talk loudly of purging the priesthood of gay priests.  They will talk loudly, but they won't do it.

 

If they did purge their gay priests; who would be left?

 

We can not call the Church two faced.  It's a much bigger number.  

 

You’re also late. Cardinal Ratzinger was already talking loudly about a gay purge before he became pope.

 

And of course, it never happened! Pope Fluffy isn’t the only pope who knows how to talk. I was still Catholic at the time, and I knew they would never do it. Every Catholic knows about the dire shortage of priests in the HRCC, and I knew how foolish it would be to restrict the pool even further. And as you point out, who would be left? Catholics are well aware that gay men join the priesthood to “cure” their homosexuality, unless they are actively trying not to know. Of course, not all priests are homosexual; yet they immediately sack any priest caught in a consensual relationship with an adult woman. Without the gays, the only priests left would be the pedophiles!


“Facts seem to roll off a Christian like water off a duck.” —Great Ape

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You’re also late. Cardinal Ratzinger was already talking loudly about a gay purge before he became pope.

 

And of course, it never happened! Pope Fluffy isn’t the only pope who knows how to talk. I was still Catholic at the time, and I knew they would never do it. Every Catholic knows about the dire shortage of priests in the HRCC, and I knew how foolish it would be to restrict the pool even further. And as you point out, who would be left? Catholics are well aware that gay men join the priesthood to “cure” their homosexuality, unless they are actively trying not to know. Of course, not all priests are homosexual; yet they immediately sack any priest caught in a consensual relationship with an adult woman. Without the gays, the only priests left would be the pedophiles!

 

Becoming Godless made my life better.  I can't remember why I wanted to believe in God.


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Becoming Godless made my life better.  I can't remember why I wanted to believe in God.

 

I never wanted to believe in God until I started to doubt his existence. Then the fear took over. When you’re afraid of the consequences of not believing, believe me, you will want to believe.

 

Of course, when I stopped believing in God, I simultaneously stopped believing in the main consequence of not believing. Christianity hooks you with a paper tiger. (The other consequence was social, but having not yet read of the horror stories of  Bible Belt or other black Christian apostates, I had more of a low-level nervousness than a fear.)


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I never wanted to believe in God until I started to doubt his existence. Then the fear took over. When you’re afraid of the consequences of not believing, believe me, you will want to believe.

 

Of course, when I stopped believing in God, I simultaneously stopped believing in the main consequence of not believing. Christianity hooks you with a paper tiger. (The other consequence was social, but having not yet read of the horror stories of  Bible Belt or other black Christian apostates, I had more of a low-level nervousness than a fear.)

 

 

My ethnic background is Jewish.  When I was an undergraduate, I fell in with a Hasidic crowd.  Without thinking about it, I absorbed their beliefs.  Then I overdosed on Orthodoxy and snapped out of it. I look back on those days as my youthful stupidity.  When I think back, my piety shames me.  

 

Being Atheist is so much better.  For one thing, I get to call bullshit on crazy crap.

 

There is actually a tradition of Jewish Atheism.  "There is no God and we are his people."


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There is actually a tradition of Jewish Atheism.  "There is no God and we are his people."

 

That's a good one.


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That's a good one.

 

What do you call a Jewish Atheist?  Jewish.  

 

It's a minority thing in the world of Jewish ethnicity -- but it's there.  


Edited by jonathanlobl, 16 September 2018 - 06:18 PM.

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