Without Religion There Would be Less Sin, not More.


  • Reverse psychology is a tool for the young and feeble minded? Not really. It works well on nearly everyone (do you want to go to hell) “Don’t do this, and don’t do that, do what they tell you to, don’t want the devil to come out out your eyes”—Roger Hodgson Religion makes me think the founders just wanted to get their freak-on by making everything a sin, creating even greater allure. “We value people and things unavailable to us—things we can’t have”.
  • “Lord give me chastity—but not today—Saint Augustine

    In order for godto pursue the maximum pleasure by proxy of thingshe cannot have, forbidding a natural occurrenceproduces miles of pay-dirtfor his viewing pleasure—it increases the things he observes. And he watches everything—things he cannot touch or experience in this vileworld.

    Want to populate a world with eight billion people to revel in the…

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    1. Religions certainly have a lot to answer for. If I get in a squabble with a real godbotherer, they claim I have no moral compass.
      ‘Yes, true. I can rape and murder as much as I like.’
      ‘That’s why you need God.’
      ‘Not really. Know how many people I want to murder? None. Know how many people I’ve raped? Not one, and have never thought it’s acceptable that I should. My moral compass is just as good as yours, I just don’t need a completely imaginary beardy bloke in the sky.’
      This doesn’t go down too well, often.
      My father in law was a vicar, and absolutely respected my atheism in the way I respected his Christianity. He was way cool.

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