Saturday, May 14, 2011

The most idiotic supernatural fantasy ever invented. Hint: 2.1 billion idiots believe in it.

  1. Christianity: 2.1 billion
  2. Islam: 1.5 billion
  3. Secular/Nonreligious/Agnostic/Atheist: 1.1 billion
  4. Hinduism: 900 million
  5. Chinese traditional religion: 394 million
  6. Buddhism: 376 million
  7. primal-indigenous: 300 million
  8. African Traditional & Diasporic: 100 million
  9. Sikhism: 23 million
  10. Juche: 19 million
  11. Spiritism: 15 million
  12. Judaism: 14 million
  13. Baha'i: 7 million
  14. Jainism: 4.2 million
  15. Shinto: 4 million
  16. Cao Dai: 4 million
  17. Zoroastrianism: 2.6 million
  18. Tenrikyo: 2 million
  19. Neo-Paganism: 1 million
  20. Unitarian-Universalism: 800 thousand
  21. Rastafarianism: 600 thousand
  22. Scientology: 500 thousand
It's interesting there's more than one billion normal people on this planet (I reluctantly include agnostics who are full-of-shit idiots).

There's 2.1 billion Christian retards and this post is about them and the one fantasy they must believe to be called a real Christian.

Last night at work I was watching a TV program on a public TV station. (I spend more time at work entertaining myself than doing any actual work. Thank goodness because I hate real jobs.) It had five professional Christian morons who spent a half hour talking about the resurrection of the stinking decomposing Jeebus corpse into a zombie. They all believed it. They all agreed there is no scientific evidence for it. To justify their disgusting zombie fantasy they quoted the Bible, as if their worthless holy book is anything more than gibberish and childish fairy tales. They agreed the resurrection of the dead Jeebus is a required belief. They said if you don't believe it you're not a Christian. They talked about the witnesses who were skeptical but then were convinced as if that was enough evidence for something ridiculously impossible.

After the TV show I talked to a lady who I knew is a Catholic. "Do you believe in the Resurrection?" "Yes." "You're sure?" "Yes." "You understand it's impossible?" Then she changed the subject. She wanted to talk about a fucking idiot she saw on TV who predicted the world would end next week.

I didn't bother to ask her why would a supernatural-master-of-the-universe perform a disgusting magic trick on this tiny planet in the middle of nowhere.

The good news about the Jeebus zombie myth is it's a required belief. Therefore to eradicate the Christian Death Cult it's only necessary to convince 2.1 billion people the impossible never happens. That should be easy. Unfortunately all 2.1 billion Christians are gullible idiots. Even worse there's a major industry that exists only to brainwash children with Christian bullshit and this child abuse is legal.

Will the Christian Death Cult last forever? Will the Jeebus-was-a-zombie bullshit still infest this planet a million years from now?

"I can't believe the special stories that have been made up about our relationship to the universe at large because they seem to be too simple, too local, too provincial. The earth, he came to the earth, one of the aspects of god came to the earth mind you, and look at what's out there. It isn't in proportion."

1 comment:

  1. A miracle by definition is impossible, so they generally can't be convinced by pointing out the thing that's impossible without supernatural intervention couldn't have happened because it's impossible. Goddidit, just like he planted transitional fossils just where we would expect to see them and made our eyes so fantastically special that we can see a banana.


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