Throughout the history of mankind religion has been a core source of terrorism, along with nationalism, in the quest to effect change in political views and legislation. The primary goal of religious terror is to instill fear in those who oppose its world view, and to destroy those who speak or act out against it. When the godidiots of Islam flew jets into the World Trade Towers on 9/11, the promise of an afterlife with beautiful virgins was the enticement. And, it was blind faith in this vision of an afterlife that motivated these men to commit a murderous suicide in the name of a skydaddy. Make no mistake, ANYONE who believes in a skydaddy is equally equipped to carry out this type of terror. All it takes is “faith”. No more, no less. Yet, so many in the United States ignore the obvious because they claim to ascribe to a higher, more civilized standard of religious belief and tolerance. With every scientific discovery, with every court decision handed down in support of Separation of Church and State, with each breath of the non-believer driving the intellectual screw into the heart of religious belief, the stage is being set for a violent clash between freedom and religion. The believer is forced deeper into the “faith escape” and driven closer to avenging their skydaddy and their ridiculous delusion. The act of terror will become a means to an end for the christards. Whether or not they do so through direct acts against those who oppose them, or through the halls of government, they will eventually self-fulfill a prophecy of armagedon/rapture/second coming, and a fictitious afterlife in heaven.
I highly recommend that anyone reading this check out the movie “Religulous” by Bill Maher. I also highly recommend “The God Delusion” by Richard Dawkins. The evidence presented in these two works is compelling and should illuminate the issue of religion and its stranglehold on people and governments, it’s direct relation to terror, and the potential outcomes of holding onto archaic, ignorant, useless skydaddy beliefs.
In a nut shell, the godidiots will happily hasten the demise of the human species.
Now, there are those who will accuse me of trying to usurp the U.S. Constitution. There are those who would say that I’m against religion. Against religion?. Yes, religion should be eradicated with a caveat. The caveat? In an IDEAL world. Unfortunately, and fortunately, I’m a realist. Utopia is fiction, whether for the believer or non-believer. Therefore, the idea of no religion is mute. As to the Constitution, I stand firmly behind it. The citizens of the United States have a right to believe whatever they want. Note, I said BELIEVE. They don’t have the right to intimidate, legislate or discriminate against those who don’t ascribe to their brand of worship or non-worship. They have the right to be heard by those who WANT to hear from them. They have the right to be ignored by those who DON’T want to hear from them. In other words, keep the bullshit to themselves. Go ahead and let them wallow in their religious bullshit in their home, in their church, and in their private schools. Keep religious displays off public property, out of government offices and out of public schools. Let them pray quietly wherever the hell they want, as long as it’s not on government time or as a group in a public school led by public school employees. Their religion is THEIR business and has no place in a secular society. I don’t want to hear about their skydaddy. I don’t want their useless prayers. I don’t want their bullshit spread like a virus through the halls of government. America is NOT a christard nation. These things I’ll defend. And I’ll defend them with my life if needed.
Now, if christards decide to attempt acts of terror (and I consider evangelism of any kind an act of terror) I will be more than happy to show them the error of their ways. Religious terror, to me anyway, is anything that forces religious beliefs upon the SECULAR foundation of this country, or upon those who do not subscribe to a particular brand of belief. In fact I consider telling anyone, who does not believe as you, that you will pray or are praying for them, an act of terror, and I will engage these acts with the proper response. My response will be verbally vicious, with a secret hope that they will escalate to a more viable means of shutting their fucking mouth.
Terror is not a game, and I take it seriously. I live peacefully and quietly under the Constitution of the United States. But, I’ll defend it vigorously and without reproach. Tread upon it with the shit stained feet of religious belief, and I will answer loudly. Religion unchecked IS an act of terror.