Friday, July 8, 2011

Another reason for young people to throw out the religious bullshit their parents believe in.


Prof Dawkins, author of best-selling book The God Delusion, is no fan of Harry Potter, once remarking that tales of witchcraft are "anti-scientific".

No shit, Mr. Dawkins. Magic is anti-scientific but don't worry, Harry Potter fans know the books and movies are just fantasies, unlike the superstitious idiots who believe in religions.

Also, Mr. Dawkins, as you most certainly already know, the movie star who plays Harry Potter in 8 movies is an atheist and a big fan of yours.

Daniel Ratcliffe said "I'm an atheist, but I'm very relaxed about it. I don't preach my atheism, but I have a huge amount of respect for people like Richard Dawkins who do. Anything he does on television, I will watch."

Young people are more likely to be influenced by who? Richard Dawkins the old guy, or the young actor Daniel Ratcliffe who stars in the 8 movies based on the most popular books for children in history? Books so well written that any adult who reads the first few pages of J.K. Rowling's first book will probably buy and read all 7 of her books because they are extraordinarily excellent.

The magic in the Harry Potter books is not real, and the magic in religions, including the magic god fairy itself, is not real. There is no magic in the universe. If religious retards would only grow up and realize this basic fact of nature, there would be no more religious stupidity, religious insanity, and religious violence. In a world of no religions, instead of wasting more than one trillion dollars on Idiot America's two religious wars, that money could be spent on science education and scientific progress, with plenty left over to refund to the taxpayers.

Religions are good for absolutely nothing except ignorance, misery, violence, and slowing down human progress. Therefore all religions must be eradicated as soon as possible. Many thanks to famous people like Richard Dawkins and Daniel Ratcliffe who can help make this goal possible.

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