Missionaries in India – If this is not HATE SPEECH, I don’t know what is.
Those are fighting words!
Preaching False god? WTF! Bill Donahue of the American Catholic church justifies the crusades saying, Christians defending Europe from the desire of the Muslims to convert them was totally justified. The Europeans did not want to surrender to the Muslims and convert instead the entire Europe resorted to violence which this Donahue fella totally justifies as self defense. I’d be darned, these blokes expect the Hindus to roll over and convert without resistance?
The Idea of “false God” is like calling others “a Nigger”
Simple as that. The fact that ISIS and AQ behead others does not make it acceptable for Christians to call others Nigger (just because the bible condones slavery) or call other Gods a False God (cause the Bible says so). Many liberal Americans I have spoken with, tell me the same crap. “But Christians do not behead people”. Pffft! Like that is supposed to make me feel any better. The fact that Christians do not behead people anymore, does not mean they can call others a Nigger or use the term “False god” like this white trash is so comfortable doing.
Recently in Washington this catholic fellow Bill Donohue said this
The Crusades were initiated by the Roman catholic church’s Pope Urban II in 1095, with armies from Western Europe sent to fight against rising Islamic forces in the Holy Land. While a contentious topic that continues to be debated by historians, Donohue argued that they were a “defensive christian reaction against Muslim madmen of the Middle Ages.”
So what should Indians do for this? Obviously violence like the one that catholic fellow Donohue justifies is not the answer.. What if we stand in front of their church and start throwing expletives against them? eh? Every Sunday morning visit a church and throw “gallies” at them (As a form of non violent peaceful protest)…. Why not use the C word and the B word against people like this? If I have to accept the social norm of bitches like her calling my God a false God as an acceptable behavior in society. Then you have to start accepting my social norms of calling christians like her whatever expletive I choose to address them in our day-to-day vernacular.
DO NOT SURRENDER! NEVER GIVE IN! There are laws which the Indian govt refuses to use to stop this. That is outrageous too. Time to demand christians remove the concept of “False god” from their vernacular. The way we have demanded from christians to remove the “N” word from their vernacular. This cannot be our new normal!
Why is the Indian govt, including Modi’s BJP afraid of using the law of the land to stop this Hate speech? My suggestion is Hindus ought to stand in front of churches and throw expletives at them for believing that Hindus pray to “False god”. That is a non violent way to protest. May not be the Gandhian way..but I am tired of Gandhian ways.. I want to use some non violent wuppass on these bitches!
Section 153A of the penal code says, inter alia:
- Whoever (a) by words, either spoken or written, or by signs or by visible representations or otherwise, promotes or attempts to promote, on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, caste or community or any other ground whatsoever, disharmony or feelings of enmity, hatred or ill-will between different religious, racial, language or regional groups or castes or communities, or (b) commits any act which is prejudicial to maintenance of harmony between different religious, racial, language or regional groups or castes or communities, and which disturbs or is likely to disturb the public tranquility, . . . shall be punished with imprisonment which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both.
- Whoever, with deliberate and malicious intention of outraging the religious feelings of any class of [citizens of India], [by words, either spoken or written, or by signs or by visible representations or otherwise], insults or attempts to insult the religion or the religious beliefs of that class, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to [three years], or with fine, or with both.
More samples of the this evil: Predatory Evangelism.
Another trick that has been done is that missionaries, while treating the sick, will give medicine of no value and ask the tribal to take it while offering prayers to his local deity. Naturally, no cure of disease is likely to occur with the useless medicine. Then the missionary gives the tribal real medicine and asks the tribal to take it while offering prayers to Jesus. Then when there is a recovery, it is attributed to the power of Christ and not to the medicine. Such conversion activities take place these days more often in the tribal areas under the guise of social service. However, true social service should be done without expecting anything in return, including conversion.//
– Stephen Knapp, Crime Against India
If you think that it would be impossible to improve upon the Ten Commandments as a statement of morality, you really owe it to yourself to read some other scriptures. Once again, we need look no further than the Jains: Mahavira, the Jain patriarch, surpassed the morality of the Bible with a single sentence: “Do not injure, abuse, oppress, enslave, insult, torment, torture, or kill any creature or living being.” Imagine how different our world might be if the Bible contained this as its central precept. Christians have abused, oppressed, enslaved, insulted, tormented, tortured, and killed people in the name of God for centuries, on the basis of a theologically defensible reading of the Bible. It is impossible to behave this way by adhering to the principles of Jainism. How, then, can you argue that the Bible provides the clearest statement of morality the world has ever seen? – Sam Harris in his “Letter to a Christian Nation”.
// If a religion is not based on the higher principles of self-realization, but is merely based on dogmatic rules and regulations that it forces on others, then it becomes a trap based on fear, guilt, oppression, and intimidation. One must not be afraid to break free from such a trap. It is greater to see God’s love manifested in many sages belonging to different traditions at different times and places, among different people. Thus, the Vedic spiritual knowledge is for everyone and can assist anyone in their spiritual development. After all, if I, a Westerner can do it, then anyone can do it.//
– Stephen Knapp, Crimes Against India
1.(in the Bible) a goat sent into the wilderness after the Jewish chief priest had symbolically laid the sins of the people upon it (Lev. 16).
- Christianity. A religious doctrine based on Jesus the Scapegoat
The sick Fuck they worship as god!
Thomas Paine on Revelation:
“No one will deny or dispute the power of the Almighty to make such a communication, if he pleases. But admitting, for the sake of a case, that something has been revealed to a certain person, and not revealed to any other person, it is revelation to that person only. When he tells it to a second person, a second to a third, a third to a fourth, and so on, it ceases to be a revelation to all those persons. It is revelation to the first person only, and hearsay to every other, and consequently they are not obliged to believe it.
It is a contradiction in terms and ideas, to call anything a revelation that comes to us at second-hand, either verbally or in writing. Revelation is necessarily limited to the first communication — after this, it is only an account of something which that person says was a revelation made to him; and though he may find himself obliged to believe it, it cannot be incumbent on me to believe it in the same manner; for it was not a revelation made to me, and I have only his word for it that it was made to him.”
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This website is designed to spread the vicious truth about the Bible. For far too long priests and preachers have completely ignored the vicious criminal acts that the Bible promotes. The so called God of the Bible makes Osama Bin Laden look like a Boy Scout. This God, according to the Bible, is directly responsible for many mass-murders, rapes, pillage, plunder, slavery, child abuse and killing, not to mention the killing of unborn children. I have included references to the Biblical passages, so grab your Bible and follow along.
Educating Jews about evangelical Christian missionaries and the lies and deceit they use to convert Jews to Christianity. The christians unfinished business of eradicating Judaism from the earth which they started with the Holocaust is not yet over… it continuies.
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The belief in, participation in, or sanction of destroying religious icons and other symbols or monuments, usually with religious or political motives.)
A new Facebook page called “Jesus Fkg Christ. Slt Mary’s Bst*rd,” has caused a lot of people to speak out in anger. The anger is not as much with the content of the page, as it is the approval of Facebook. The page which states that Jesus’ mother, Mary was a fornicator and should have aborted her son, has caused many people to report it to Facebook only to receive the response that Facebook finds nothing wrong with the page. At the same time other Facebook pages that have a conservative or Christian view are being shut down without a reason at all.
LETS HAVE SOME FUN! WHAT IF ATHEISTS MISSIONARIES VISIT THESE CHRISTIAN EVANGELICAL HOMES to CONVERT THEM FROM STUPIDITY TO REASON? 🙂
“The whole scheme of Christian Salvation is diabolical as revealed by the creeds. An angry God, imagine such a creator of the universe. Angry at what he knew was coming and was himself responsible for. Then he sets himself about to beget a son, in order that the child should beg him to forgive the Sinner. This however he cannot or will not do. He must punish somebody–so the son offers himself up & our creator punishes the innocent youth, never heard of before–for the guilty and became reconciled to us. . . . . I decline to accept Salvation from such a fiend.”
—Andrew Carnegie, to Sir James Donaldson, Principal of St. Andrews University, June 1, 1905. Letters (except to Haldane) in Library of Congress collection, cited by Joseph Frazier Wall, Andrew Carnegie, 1970.
On this date in 1837, tycoon turned philanthropist Andrew Carnegie was born in Dumfermline, Scotland. In 1848, he traveled with his family to Allegheny, Penn. He entered the workforce at 13 as a bobbin boy in a cotton mill, worked at Western Union and the Pennsylvania Railroad, then founded the Keystone Bridge Works and the Union Iron Works in Pittsburgh. In his book The Gospel of Wealth (1899), he proposed that the rich are obligated to give away their fortunes. He began his philanthropy in his thirties, first endowing his native town, and eventually establishing seven philanthropic and educational corporations. His principal desire was to promote free public libraries. When he began his campaign in 1881, they were scarce in the United States. His $56 million built 2,509 libraries. By the time of his death he had given away more than $350 million.
Carnegie rejected Christianity and sectarianism, and was delighted to replace those views with evolution: “Not only had I got rid of the theology and the supernatural, but I had found the truth of evolution,” he wrote in his autobiography (p. 339). After encountering missionaries on an ocean voyage to the Pacific, Carnegie wrote humorously in his diary that he would “never forgive” the missionary for a particularly ridiculous sermon. When applied to for money by those same missionaries to China, Carnegie wrote them: “I think that money spent upon foreign missions for China is not only money misspent, but that we do a grievous wrong to the Chinese by trying to force our religion upon them against their wishes.” (Carnegie to Ella J. Newton, Foochow, China, Nov. 26, 1895) When asked to sell five acres of his land for a “free” cemetery open to all Protestants, Carnegie wrote he would be delighted to give the land away, “provided it were open to all who desired to rest there of every sect or of none. . . . We poor mortals while living our short span are far too sharply separated. Surely, we should not refuse to lie down together at last upon the bosom of mother earth.” (Carnegie to Benjamin M. Gemmill, Jan. 23, 1915). In making preparations for his death, Carnegie wrote of “deep regrets that one isn’t allowed to live here in this heaven on earth forever, which it is to me. None other satisfactory.” (Letter to John Ross, Feb., 11, 1913) To Elizabeth Haldane, he added, “More and more I realize we should think less & less of ‘Heaven our Home!’ more & more of ‘Home our Heaven.’ ” (Letter, Nov. 21, 1913, Haldane Papers, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh.) D. 1919.
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