Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Christians idiots and Muslim terrorists, your cowardly wishful thinking can't change reality.
A long time ago most people thought the earth was flat. Their ignorance, their stupidity, and their massive numbers didn't make the earth flat.
Amazingly, in the 21st century billions of drooling morons believe in something even more impossible, a life after death. If any idea is 100% pure wishful thinking it's heaven, a childish fantasy for extremely gullible cowards.
The idea requires a ridiculous amount of magic in a universe of no magic, so of course there's not one shred of evidence for it.
Heaven is what makes religions possible. It also makes a few other things possible, including religious brainwashing of innocent children, an irrational fear of evolutionary biology, and terrorism. So it's not a harmless fantasy.
Reality is what it is. You can't wish for it to go away. Grow up Christian tards. Grow up Muslim suicide bombers. When you're dead you stay dead. There is no fact of nature more obviously true.
If you're a normal person, also known as an atheist, the next time you see a religious idiot, please do your bit for humanity and tell the coward to grow up.
In a previous version of this blog (which was vaporized by the cowardly Google Corporation when a deranged Christian asshole complained about it) I wrote about the childish idiotic heaven fantasy:
By the way Christian morons, how does this heaven business work? If I understand your cowardly belief correctly, your soul (whatever that is) magically flies up to the clouds (or who knows where) and then magically transforms itself into your disgusting dead body, except that now you're alive again, living in some magical place infested with other Christian idiots like yourselves. Jeebus must be waving his magic wand like crazy to make this bullshit work. And your magical selves live forever in this fantasy land, for trillions and trillions of years. Long after the entire universe goes extinct, you're still alive playing with your harp, bored out of your fucking mind.
This quote is from Sam Harris who writes about the fake morality of people who believe in the heaven fantasy. I agree with it except I don't much care for his calling human apes "human beings". I noticed nobody calls chimpanzee apes (our closest living cousins) "chimpanzee beings".
"It is rather more noble to help people purely out of concern for their suffering than it is to help them because you think the Creator of the Universe wants you to do it, or will reward you for doing it, or will punish you for not doing it. The problem with this linkage between religion and morality is that it gives people bad reasons to help other human beings when good reasons are available."