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Wed Feb 8, 2017, 12:21 PM

Mainstream Male Atheists are Disorganized Pussies..

Okay so i just read yet another stories of atheists who sued a town regarding them putting a cross at a war memorial. I truly do wish that the male misogynist pussy atheists would knock it off. Why are you wasting the time of your fellow atheists with this bullshit?????

The real focus of the atheist movement should be getting court cases in front of the supreme court that ensure that we as atheists are afforded the same protections as an established religion, until that happens you are wasting time and creating hatred over things that don't matter.

Every ;last one of you is helping to create an environment of hatred against non believers. What difference does it make if a religious symbol is at a war memorial if it gives comfort to even one person it is not a big deal, this is petty.

KNOCK IT OFF and get organized for a landmark case that actually make a difference. The case against prayer in schools set the movement back decades and you guys are repeating the same mistake.

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Reply Mainstream Male Atheists are Disorganized Pussies.. (Original post)
Ravenquills Feb 2017 OP
Shkreli Feb 2017 #1
Currentsitguy Feb 2017 #3
Shkreli Feb 2017 #5
Currentsitguy Feb 2017 #9
Juan Rico Feb 2017 #4
Bozo Haram Feb 2017 #6
Currentsitguy Feb 2017 #10
rampartb Feb 2017 #2
Bob the Bilderberger Feb 2017 #7
Ravenquills Feb 2017 #14
His Daughter Feb 2017 #8
Ravenquills Feb 2017 #13
outside Feb 2017 #11
Ravenquills Feb 2017 #12
SlayerNut Feb 2017 #15
Ravenquills Feb 2017 #16
SlayerNut Feb 2017 #17

Response to Ravenquills (Original post)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 12:29 PM

1. At least you can recognize that atheism is a belief structure. Now can you all work on being less

annoying?

(How do you know when you meet a feminist or atheist, they tell you over and over and over)

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Response to Shkreli (Reply #1)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 12:43 PM

3. Actually it is a lack of belief structure

I don't believe in pink unicorns, Santa Claus, or the Tooth Fairy either, but that does not equate to any belief structure. Just because a certain set of beliefs are common or popular does not equate validity.

I tend to be rather private in my beliefs or lack thereof. My problem comes, however, when certain religious beliefs are singled out for special protections or exemptions from laws not afforded to other who hold deep and genuine convictions that are not religiously based. It smacks of a 14th Amendment violation.

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Response to Currentsitguy (Reply #3)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 12:58 PM

5. Disagree. Generally requires quite a bit more thought than religion.

...and since nobodydy knows for 100% certainty...

(disclosure, not a God person)

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Response to Shkreli (Reply #5)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 02:14 PM

9. I tend to take an Occam's Razor approach

In that the simplest answer is probably the most correct. In this case a universe in which some being is constantly tinkering with and modifying the elementary Laws of Physics without anyone noticing the inconsistencies, is far more problematic than one in which those Laws are in force at all times.

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Response to Shkreli (Reply #1)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 12:56 PM

4. If atheism is a belief, then bald is a hair color.

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Response to Juan Rico (Reply #4)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 01:12 PM

6. And not collecting stamps is a hobby

I don't know why this is such a hard concept for the religious to grasp.

Atheism is the lack of a specific belief. Full Stop.

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Response to Juan Rico (Reply #4)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 02:15 PM

10. Well, for Constitutional and legal protection purposes

It may have to be treated as such, regardless of the metaphysical implications.

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Response to Ravenquills (Original post)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 12:32 PM

2. i agree. those memorials are for the families

and easily ignored. same with the christmas displays. technically, probably bad, but not worth the effort to fight.

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Response to Ravenquills (Original post)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 01:27 PM

7. I think the correct term is "beta males"

Pussy is kinda gauche.

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Response to Bob the Bilderberger (Reply #7)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 03:31 PM

14. look at my avatar...Gauche

Gauche is kind of my brand LOL

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Response to Ravenquills (Original post)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 02:01 PM

8. Madeline Murray O'Hair was about the worst spokesperson any group could have had

Then again, look what happened to her...

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Response to His Daughter (Reply #8)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 03:31 PM

13. AGREED

And to reiterate agreed. Even she did not deserve the end she came to though.

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Response to Ravenquills (Original post)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 02:25 PM

11. I don't understand why

atheists are so quite about the importing of highly religious Muslims in to the US.
http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2015/04/23/why-muslims-are-the-worlds-fastest-growing-religious-group/

While the world’s population is projected to grow 35% in the coming decades, the number of Muslims is expected to increase by 73% – from 1.6 billion in 2010 to 2.8 billion in 2050. In 2010, Muslims made up 23.2% of the global population. Four decades later, they are expected to make up about three-in-ten of the world’s people (29.7%).
=snip=

Do you think fundamental Muslims are going to be more accommodating to you atheists or less?

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Response to outside (Reply #11)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 03:30 PM

12. I am not accommodating anyone religion who wants to kill non believers because they don't believe.

i do not know where this idea comes from that atheists can only be liberals. I am not quiet about importing muslims i dont want to import anyone solely because they are religious anything, however i would support both boycotting Saudi Arabia an Islamic republic and accepting as refugees those people in that country who are sentenced to death for proclaiming themselves as atheists. As a matter of fact i will support taking any person as a refugee from any country who has been sentenced to death for lack of belief.

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Response to Ravenquills (Original post)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 04:10 PM

15. I'm not a US citizen,

but I believe it has to do with your constitution. Separation of church and state. Gov. not endorsing religions.
Seems pretty straight forward.
If they are going to allow crosses, they have to allow every other symbol, or none at all.
What usually happens is, none at all, usually because religious folks get upset if there are other religious symbols there, say for example, a pentagram or a muslim crescent. Christians get bent out of shape about it.

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Response to SlayerNut (Reply #15)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 04:44 PM

16. Seperation of church and state. Such a misconception

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Our constitution has an Establishment clause which is often misconstrued by people on both sides of the argument. It actually does not guarantee separation of church and state what is guarantees is that we cannot become a theocracy, in so many words government cannot endorse any one religion over another or establish a state religion...the problem is that when it was written you had Theists, Atheists, Quakers, Christians, and other religious people who were all part of the fight to establish the United States as a Democratic Republic and because these groups, that were both united in their fight for freedom and not united in their views, the clause was written to try and please all sides therefore leaving us with an ambiguous clause open to interpretation by various groups who do not want to extend government protections as they see them to non believers nor give up what they see as god given governmental protections to the believers.

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Response to Ravenquills (Reply #16)

Wed Feb 8, 2017, 08:44 PM

17. If you can't establish

a state religion, then you can't endorse any religion on anything owned by the state.
Paying to put a crucifix on a state owned property is endorsing a religion.
There are no shortages of crosses and other religious symbols all over the place, no need to stamp a building or wall or memorial with any of it. If however you choose to include religious symbols you have to make sure that anyone who wants to include theirs can too.

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