Posts Tagged ‘lies’

Fox News si publicul lor ar trebuie sa se impuste pe loc

Aprilie 13, 2013

Fox News a criticat vacanta lui Jay Z si Beyonce in Cuba, evident fara niciun argument. S-au bazat doar pe minciuni abjecte, spunand ca in Cuba domneste Apartheidul si ca Che Guevara a fost rasit. Nu-mi vine sa cred ca un asemenea post este lasat sa debiteze o astfel de propaganda mizerabila, fara niciun fel de consecinta.


Religion, the greatest affront to God

Ianuarie 2, 2013

The most disrespectful thing against GOD is religion. Religion has imposed on the Supreme Ultimate, on the prime mover, on the clock maker, on the principle which subsumes the universe, the ideas that god has a favorite corner of the universe, a favorite planet, a favorite people, a favorite religion, a favorite sex, a favorite sexuality, a favorite familial system, a favorite political-economic system, a favorite country, a chosen one or prophet, a favorite calendar, a favorite hat, a favorite day, a favorite „vicar on earth”, a favorite army, a favorite constitution, favorite leaders, parties, factions, and policies – that god has nothing better to do than catalog, prioritize, and discriminate between selfish human prayers. Religion is a sin against god and all creation.

That being said, it’s time to tackle atheism. Agnostics are not even worth mentioning, neither are the pantheists, who believe that the creator and the created is one and the same thing. By that reasoning, nature is god, and we are god. Last time I checked, the carpenter was not the same thing as a carpet. Nature derives from god, but it’s not god. God is the first spark, the first cause. In lack of this you only have circular logic. Leibniz’s clock maker example is the best. If an observer would shrink himself to go inside a clock to see how it works, all he’ll witness is the wheels working in perfect synchronization. The observer witnesses correlation not causality. The true cause lies in the one who made the clock, and winded it, in order to set its wheels in motion. The whole is more than the sum of its parts. If I have all the pieces of a table, and pile them up together, I’ll still have all the elements of the table, but I won’t have the table. What’s missing? The principle of organization. Atheism also has exaggerated claims of absolute truth, albeit they’re not as exaggerated as religious ones. I’ll just sum it up like this: even radical empiricism accepts the possibility of the existence of transempiric beings. But given their superior nature, such things are not worth the pursuit. That’s the view of radical empiricism. So if you’re an atheist and you’re being posed the question, „Is it possible for god to exist?” don’t say NO, and don’t try to beat around the bush. Say that transempirical entities may exist, and if they do, they’re certainly not the almighty, wroth, bigoted, patriarchal, human incarnated, or buddha characters of religions. But if they are, would you seriously pray to them and worship them? Would you pray to a human being who’s managed to go beyond his finite and weak form, and achieved an other plane of existence? I, for one, wouldn’t. I’d rather invoke the words of dead men and or principles which define my character and beliefs. To quote Dante Alighieri, „Consider your origins, you were not meant to live as brutes, but to follow virtue and knowledge.” Virtue and knowledge cannot work as separate notions. Having virtuous people, who lack knowledge, who are ignorant, make for perfect slaves/obedient workers. However, in nature, if you stand still, it’s the same as going backward. So a virtuous and ignorant people will sooner or later descend into barbarism. Knowledge without virtue is as perilous. Why? Because such individuals are solely clever devils.  They’ll use knowledge only to further their own ambitions, their greed. They won’t care about the consequences of their actions. They’ll use all the means to steal, guard, protect knowledge, and attack all others who want to possess it as well. Progress and peace can only be achieved through the observing and practicing of virtue and knowledge. The only likeness between the human being and the nonreligious concept of god, is the human being’s willful creative reason. Just as the biosphere is organized by a higher principle, and has a fundamentally distinct quality compared to the abiotic sphere, so does the noosphere (the sphere of human ideas/thoughts) over the biosphere. Living matter is distinct but not separate from inanimate matter. Ideas are distinct from matter, but not separate. To quote Gottfried Leibniz, „Everything that is in the mind came first through the senses, except for the mind itself.”

Therefore, whilst we are part of creation, we’re also a willful creative force inside that creation.

Note: I can’t stand those who don’t believe, seeing themselves superior to those who do believe. And I can’t stand those who believe, seeing themselves as superior to those who don’t believe.  Thus, religion (aka institutionalized faith) is the greatest affront to the Supreme Ultimate.

Dr. Shlomo Sand, despre mitul exilului, despre mitul „etnicilor” evrei si nationalismul religios (zionism)

Decembrie 19, 2012

Shlomo Sand este profesor la Universitatea Tel Aviv si este autorul cartii, „Inventarea Poporului Evreu” – un studiu historiografic, care a generat controverse. De ce? Pentru simplu’ fapt ca pune niste intrebari incomode, al caror raspunsuri nu se regasesc in minciunile/legendele religioase ale bibliei, si ale miscarii politicoreligioase, numita zionism. Nu exista un „jewish people”, asa cum nu exista un „christian people”, sau „islamic people”, sau „zoroastrian people”, sau „buddhist people”, sau „atheist people” – si cand folosesc cuvantul people „ma refer la popor/popoare”. In schimb exista indivizi, crestini, evrei, budisti, ateisti etc. A folosi texte religioase ca pretext de a crea un stat religios, pentru a fura pamantul nativilor din Palestina (evrei, arabi, crestini) este doar un alt mijloc prin care imperialismul si colonialismul vestic a dat si continua sa dea peste cap tarile din Orient Mijlociu. A folosi argumentul conform caruia – Dumnezeu (in infinitatea lui perfectiune si suprematie) a decis sa-si aleaga un popor (asa zisul popor ales) si sa le dea ordine sa dea afara alte triburi de pe anumite pamanturi, ca respectivul popor ales sa traiasca acolo in locul lor – ales de Dumnezeu pentru ei – este total patetic. E ca si cand Egiptul ar spune ca mare parte din Orientul Mijlociu are trebui sa-i revina, pentru ca vointa zeilor le-a permis faurirea si extinderea Imperiului Egiptean de acum mii de ani. E ca si cand Romania ar emite pretentia ca anumite pamanturi din Turcia moderna ar trebui sa-i revina, deoarece romanii se trag din traci/Tracia. Nu se va ajunge niciodata la un acord/”two state solution” – deoarece radicalistii de dreapta din Israel nu vor sa respecte ONU si nici Comunitatea Internationala. Ei vor doar negocieri bilaterale cu autoritatea palestiniana, nu vor intermediari sau arbitri. Ca sa vedem iarasi ca viata prin definitie este ironica, zionismul are nevoie de radicalismul/fundamentalismul islamic pentru a suprevietui si pentru a pastra statu cvoul Apartheid impotriva palestinienilor, si pentru a extinde colonizarea in malul de vest.

Shlomo Sand has contested the claim that his book has been contradicted by recent genetic research published in Nature journal and the American Journal of Human Genetics. In a new afterword for the paperback edition of The Invention of the Jewish People, Sand writes:

„This attempt to justify Zionism through genetics is reminiscent of the procedures of late nineteenth-century anthropologists who very scientifically set out to discover the specific characteristics of Europeans. As of today, no study based on anonymous DNA samples has succeeded in identifying a genetic marker specific to Jews, and it is not likely that any study ever will. It is a bitter irony to see the descendants of Holocaust survivors set out to find a biological Jewish identity: Hitler would certainly have been very pleased! And it is all the more repulsive that this kind of research should be conducted in a state that has waged for years a declared policy of „Judaization of the country” in which even today a Jew is not allowed to marry a non-Jew.”

What some black people think about Ron Paul

Noiembrie 25, 2012

Let me just say this, „Fuck the american public for not voting Ron Paul!”

Noiembrie 12, 2012