christiannation    I’m consistently amazed by the audacity of organized religion and the amount of steamy-ripe-bullshit that it forces down our society’s throat.  The fetid promotion and glorification of ignorance coupled with the consistent denial of science and fact is a burgeoning cataclysm for the human race.  Organized stupidity, if left unchecked, will be the end of us.

There are bright spots though, in Canada organized religion is hollowing out as people move away from being scared of lights and ancient shadows (worshipping capitalism instead – woo-haa…).  Baby steps and what not.  Our progress though seems fruitless though as we live in the shadow of the towering mass of religious stupid that is the United States.   In the US it seems as if the powers of fear and magic are still on the rise despite the fact that the rest of the world is gradually becoming more rational and more secular.

That is worrisome to  say the least, as our blessed bible believers have access to enough nuclear weaponry to sterilize the earth several times over.  Earth wiping out capacity isn’t something you give to people who believe in ghosts, magic, and assorted Ooga-Booga.  It is unsettling to watch what is going down the GOP side of the run up to the presidential elections.  There is no ‘safe’ candidate in this field of republicans, as all are afflicted, to one degree or another, with the virus of organized religious belief.  Further comment on the republicans and their suicidal commitment to unreality is the topic of another post because the amount of stupid involved with their political strategy would break my blog if discussed all at once.  Perhaps a more simple start to the religious problems in the US is answer?

I’m thinking that a good start in the US would be to remove the tax-exempt status of the Churches.  If this info-graphic is even half true, it would be a step in the right direction for the people of the US.

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I might (well not really) become a believer if the various testaments to human gullibility decided to dismantle their superstructure and actually help the poor.

 

 

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