quasi Report This Comment
Date: May 28, 2022 01:44PM
Religion, a way to dodge personal responsibility by ceding it to an imaginary
higher power that amazingly thinks just like the religious do throughout human
Anon Report This Comment
Date: May 29, 2022 05:19AM
Whomever uploaded this, and wants to exploit Jesus, see my comment (the first
and currently only one) on this link:
Now I'll add to it, just for you:
Back in the Cold War yank media began preaching, to the effect, that God is love
and love is cheap. Later, and I think it's connected, Washington announced all
religions are their geopolitical tools, for them to adjust as they see fit.
Thus there are yanks who think they will go to heaven just because they are
yanks, or just because they are white.
Neither of those two reasons are in the Bible.
+ dump pretend English for the Queen's English, and that means adopting a
+ Ideas direct events, events affect people.
The first idea:
Either God made man or man made up God to fool the gullible, there are no other
types of God.
If God made man you are accountable.
If God is made up to fool the gullible then you can do to the one who trusts
you, or is weaker than you, what you want (if you have a gun or not). And you
are not accountable.
The second idea:
Either we are all descendants of one man, and so the distinctions are culture,
behaviour, intelligence and influence, or God made 'that group' separately.
If descendants of one man, then we are all born equal, less genetic or birth
defects (accidents), and culture, behaviour, intelligence and influence become
distinguishing characteristics over time.
If God made 'that group' separately, then naturally 'your group' (Nazis,
Judaists, Winnie Mandela...) is superior, and you can do something about it.
Regards the first idea:
If God made man then those in power are accountable. So too are leaders, such
as those with marketing budgets and clergy.
If man made up God to fool the gullible, then those who are trusted, or strong,
do what they want.
And of course, if all religions are yank geopolitical tools, then its made up.
Yanks are living with the consequences of that and 'banning guns' won't change
Peter Puller Report This Comment
Date: May 29, 2022 06:16AM
Best I can figure is that if it doesn't happen to you, it doesn't matter to
you. If it's YOUR kid, then suddenly you give a fuck. That would explain Ted
Cruz among other idiots who say 'this is a tragedy' then do nothing to stop it
and everything to make it happen again.
The illustration (when not annoying me with the missing punctuation) reminds me
of Dennis Miller's joke about how he was on a plane with a Christian group and
it bothered him that he was the only one who cared whether the plane crashed,
since everyone else believed that if they die they go to Heaven. The premise of
the poem seems too simple: "it's fine if some nutcase kills me because I'll
go to Jesus!" No, it's not
fine, no matter what lofty things you say
about what comes next!