A Word on Man's Religions

The religions of Abraham began in a harsh land with harsh laws. Result, the Taliban. All who crossed this harsh land were seen as fair game. Islam has Allah, a pagan god, one of several Islam adopted and made almighty. From Islam came infidels—non-believers—the enemy. Same as dictators, religion must have an enemy. Islam has Paradise. Fundamentalist Muslims, with little in life to be happy about, believe that killing themselves while they kill the enemy gets them to Paradise. Well, that’s one way to end your woes, in the service of your brothers, bonded by a religion. We can’t know why Allah has ordered this, but you will have to admit it is convenient and effective to cheapen life in order have it your way. Apparently, Allah made Muslims his exclusive creation. For sure, Allah doesn’t give his creation reason and logic. The rest of us, we infidels, I assume were created by a god who gives his creation reason and logic.

The United States, the Great Satin to fundamentalist Muslims, founded on Judeo-Christian principles, began with slaves. Black Africans, seen as inferior beings, were seen by Christians as incapable of taking care of their own needs. And likewise, Indians, America, conquering the original Americans, took their lands, so no, Jews and Christians were not created with reason and logic either.

Little by little, America’s illogical Jews and Christians, for the good of all, have done away with the Constitution. Our present Christian President finds it faulted. Mysteriously, when I read it I felt that voices of the past were speaking to me, encouraging me to fight for my rights. Miraculously, my life started getting better, and today, if it could be any better I don’t know how.

By following the principles set forth in the Constitution, I got on my path of destiny. I didn’t consult anyone or pray to a god I never personally knew. I looked within for my answers and they came to me. What else but reason and logic? I had a bigger than life calling.

Can you believe this? In Webster’s College Dictionary, under anarchy, I read, “theory that regards the absence of all direct or coercive government as a political ideal and that proposes the cooperative and voluntary association of individuals and groups as the principal mode of organized society.” This is anarchy? Reason and logic is viewed as a form of anarchy? My reason and logic—include the Constitution—is tantamount to anarchy.

Religion goes on faith in the supernatural, something that is not real. I see the Constitution as being backed by Higher Law; that is, law meant for humans; excuse me, humans created with reason and logic. When I read the scriptures, it is not with any religious view in mind but with reason and logic. I give myself unlimited conscious awareness, apparently, more than most. I don’t see my observations being repeated.

My observations come as a result of my keeping up with the latest scientific understanding of the universe. My reason and logic is backed with scientific proof. The universe is nothing like the dumbed down masses think it is. Who was Jesus speaking to when he said, “give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you?”

There is a groundswell of reason and logic building. It will grow until it becomes greater than the resistance. It will strike like a bolt of lightning. The faithful will be lost in a world they don’t know.

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