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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

The Heathens Are Coming!

So in my recent voyages into this perpetual-psychosis that is human nature, I have come across some rather amusing gemstones of profound ignorance and ill-fated ideas that are being promoted with assiduous effort for the sole purpose of justifying the fragile perception of a certain few deluded shmucks.


"There's an atheist conspiracy in the works and it is indeed this cult of the atheists that is the mastermind behind what appears to be a genuine New World Order movement." -- The Latest Turd of Nonsense


Oh. Really? Shit. Man. That’s such an eye-opener. I'll take pause so I can laugh, but not because of the sheer irrationality of what is being proposed here, but rather, because I am overwhelmed by hysteria. After all, there is nothing funny about the idea of a non-existant group-movement out to topple our theological beliefs. Frightening!

I mean, I can just abandon all credible facts and knowledge of everything Hitchens and Dawkins have pushed for here in the UK regarding the idea of freeing ideologies from one another's control, and removing public-funding of esoteric theological schools, and instead, doubt their motives and life-long efforts as nothing more than a mere ruse. All in light of the cock-eyed assumptions found in this New School of Thought and their latest annexation of complete rubbish that forms the ground work for this ‘atheist conspiracy’.


"HOLY FUCKIN' SHIT! THE HEATHENS ARE COMING! FUCK KNOWS WHAT THEY BELIEVE AND WHY THEY ALL INDIVIDUALLY CHOSE TO REJECT GOD, BUT THEY’VE BINDED TOGETHER IN THE NAME OF. . . I DON’T FUCKING KNOW, BUT THEY’VE BINDED TOGETHER AND IT MAKES ALL THE SENSE IN THE WORLD! THEY'RE OUT TO KILL GOD! THEY'RE KILLING GOD!" -- Venting/Belching/Whatever


You know what we call this kind of confrontation of ideas? That’s right: a no-win situation. It is nothing more than sprinkled bullshit on top of more bullshit, making up for our yearly-quota/recommended allowance of bullshit! Why do I call bullshit on this? Well, because we don’t even have a very accurate statistical count of ‘atheists’--three-percent at best--let alone those that have clandestine agendas to spearhead a proper ideological movement. All we’ve really got is a statistically acknowledged number of people ‘who don’t practice any religion’, and a small figure at that, which can just as well mean any spiritual agnostic looking to find God.

These douche-bag 'theorists' are trying to support a conspiracy theory that is contingent on a unified group-ideology, and their centrepiece for this theory is a non-cohesive group of unrelated, individualistic people who we only know to share one ‘negative claim’ that can’t even be officially documented on any census to date. This is a recipe for failure and a perpetuation of this bovine-philosophical purgatory in which most frail-minded, agenda-driven theologians find themselves. Like it wasn't already enough that their personal beliefs in the supernatural had to be preached as logic and fact to dictate real-world policies; now the very faith-element that some of these posing believers hold pride in, must be protected from the hostile influence of a fickle-thinking that barely makes up for any portion of the global populace. What a fucking joke! And talk about being insecure. Any dignified individual with a creed or genuine faith would laugh at such a theory, as would any non-believers, because both sides share a stable and sane outlook -- a reality where a meager, unrelated few could never have any reason or potential to oppress a relatively ginormous margin of people with institutionally-protected beliefs.

Seriously, there’s a time and place for one to don the tin-foil hat, and this ain’t one of those moments or subjects. When people are making up shit, at least they shouldn't lose their absolute grip over reality; something as subjective, individualistic, and potentially nihilistic or humanistic as atheism cannot support such an agenda because it lacks any kind of cohesive structure or grounds for collectivism. Assuming that there’s an 'Atheist Conspiracy TM' is tantamount to assuming and professing one’s own idiocy of epic proportions on a grand podium for the entire world to ridicule and mock.

Granted, many of us have had our moments where we've jumped the gun, or have been eager to buy into a convenient 'alternative explanation' to a reality that we cannot accept at face-value. However, it is always better to carefully select and pick supporting ideas and theories; to know what one's talking about as opposed to randomly spewing every fallacious-musing heard on the web like some broken stereo. Hell, if people are so bent on intentionally promoting absolute nonsense, at least they can be a bit more tactful with the deceptive use of ideas and selective facts. Even when it comes to propaganda driven by lies, there's a very blunt and obtuce margin that separates unique fabrications engineered through ingenuity from the plain old mediocre, random, nonsensical horseshit that one could find rotting inside any dead horse's ass.

Atheist conspiracy? Fuckin' hell! Please, tell me where these all-powerful non-believers/guys are so I can sign up for the cause. Heh. More on this at a later point in time.

Take it easy, fuckers.

Later,
Kade

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