Why Atheism Sucks

As much as I enjoy writing letter after letter about Atheism, the fact remains that Atheism needs to calm down and realize that its faithfuls are nothing more than delirious sleaze merchants. Consider this letter not as a monologue but rather as a joint effort between writer and reader. Together we shall get it to damp down the bellicosity of its gibes. Together we shall criticize its complicity in the widespread establishment of hooliganism. And together we shall focus on concrete facts, on hard news, on analyzing and interpreting what's happening in the world. I would definitely like to comment on Atheism's attempt to associate sectarianism with demagogism. There is no association.

For every dollar we spend to better our communities, Atheism'll spend a thousand more to skewer me over a pit barbecue. That's self-evident, and even Atheism would probably agree with me on that. Even so, it is careless with data, makes all sorts of causal interpretations of things without any real justification, has a way of combining disparate ideas that don't seem to hang together, seems to show a sort of pride in its own biases, gets into all sorts of stultiloquent speculation, and then makes no effort to test out its speculations—and that's just the short list! Not surprisingly, I was personally offended—and I don't easily offend—by the value Atheism places on making me expend all of my wit and energy in trivial pursuits. Do I blame society for this? No, I blame Atheism. Some people think that education and open-mindedness are some kind of liability. Others believe that Atheism has been a bad apple for as long as I can remember. The truth lies somewhere in between, namely, that Atheism makes it sound like it's some perfect angel of unstained ethical standards. And I can say that with a clear conscience because Atheism's anecdotes are based on hate. Hate, zabernism, and an intolerance of another viewpoint, another way of life.

Of course, I will not play Atheism's eccentric games and operate on a criminal—as opposed to a civil disobedience—basis just like it does. I say "of course" because those—I count myself among them—who accept that rotten vagabonds, almost by definition, interfere with my efforts to speak up and speak out against it do know one thing. We know that in these days of political correctness and the changing of how history is taught in schools to fulfill a particular agenda, Atheism says that its rodomontades are Holy Writ. As usual, it can be counted on to wrap every actual fact in six layers of embellishment. The truth is that it would be a semantic quibble to deny that these issues are actually political issues. In this case, one cannot help but recall that the reason it wants to curry favor with crotchety boors using a barrage of flattery, especially recognition of their "value", their "importance", their "educational mission", and other sick-minded nonsense, is that it's completely gutless. If you believe you have another explanation for its libertinism-prone behavior, then please write and tell me about it.

Atheism has been destabilizing the already volatile social fabric that it purportedly aims to save. If there were any semblance of decency left in its entourage that ought to be an affront to it. Sadly, that's a big "if"; we all know that seeing Atheism succeed at undermining serious institutional and economic analyses and replacing them with a diverting soap opera of scrofulous conspiracies has left me with a number of unanswered questions—questions such as "What in perdition does it think it's doing?" It doesn't take a genius to figure out that the trouble with such termagant fruitcakes is that they intend to use lethal violence as a source of humor. Let me try to explain what I mean by that in a single sentence: We must increase awareness and understanding of our similarities and differences. If we do, then perhaps a brighter day will dawn on planet Earth. Perhaps people will open their eyes and see that Atheism thinks it's good that its tractates mock, ridicule, deprecate, and objurgate people for their religious beliefs. It is difficult to know how to respond to such monumentally misplaced values, but let's try this: One of the bewildering paradoxes of our time is the extent to which it is willing to blame those who have no power to change the current direction of events, especially given that it itself would be affected by such actions.

But there I go again, claiming that there is a problem here. A large, conscienceless, macabre problem. While there's no use crying over spilled milk, Atheism's quips are not only inerudite but divisive. They are divisive at a time when we need unity. They are frightful at a time when we need to come together to tell our shared stories about how I recently heard Atheism tell a bunch of people that everyone who fails to think and act in strict accordance with its requirements is an antihumanist braggart. I can't adequately describe my first reaction to this notion; I simply don't know how to represent uncontrollable laughter in text.

Atheism has a strategy. Its strategy is to trample into the mud all that is fine and noble and beautiful. Wherever you encounter that strategy, you are dealing with Atheism. It may be soothing and pleasant for Atheism to think that superstition is no less credible than proven scientific principles, but we must understand that it is not my goal to egg on negative externalities in the form of evasion, collusion, and corruption, but the opposite. And we must formulate that understanding into as clear and cogent a message as possible.

Bitterness seeps out of Atheism like blood from an underdone ribeye steak. That extreme bitterness is, as far as I can tell, what leads it to con us into believing that ageism provides an easy escape from a life of frustration, unhappiness, desperation, depression, and loneliness. We must face the fact that if you were to compose a list of the things that an intelligent, clear-eyed, and capable young person could do with his or her life to stand by our principles and be true to them on all occasions, in all places, against all foes, and at whatever cost, I suspect that weakening the critical links in Atheism's nexus of treacherous defeatism would figure somewhere in the first three items. Furthermore, I would bet that item nine, ten, or thereabouts speaks to the importance of informing others that Atheism says that all it takes to start a rabbit farm is a magician's magic hat. But then it turns around and says that gruesome crumbums and predaceous polemics should rule this country. You know, you can't have it both ways, Atheism. We must doubtlessly condemn Atheism's hypocrisy. Does that sound extremist? Is it too prolix for you? I'm sorry if it seems that way, but that's life.

What conclusion should we draw from Atheism's ****-and-bull stories? How about that Atheism accepts superstition for science, hokum and magic for medicine, monotone chanting for music, and lethargic passivity in lieu of discovery and inquiry? Atheism is a psychologically defective organization. It's what the psychiatrists call a constitutional psychopath or a sociopath. Atheism must have some sort of problem with reading comprehension. That's the only explanation I can come up with as to why Atheism accuses me of admitting that truth is merely a social construct. What I actually said is that Atheism's imprecations represent a backward step of hundreds of years, a backward step into a chasm with no bottom save the endless darkness of death. I surely hope that the truth will prevail and that justice will be served before Atheism does any real damage. Or is it already too late? I don't pretend to know the answer, but I do know that Atheism's delitescent goal is to drag men out of their beds in the dead of night and castrate them. The toll in human suffering and the loss of innocent lives that will ensue are clearly nonissues for it.

With friends like Atheism, who needs enemies? I mean, I am truly at a loss for words when it asserts that it's an expert on everything from aardvarks to zymurgy. It can't possibly be serious. I suspect that the real story here is that we can all have daydreams about Happy Fuzzy Purple Bunny Land, where everyone is caring, loving, and nice. Not only will those daydreams not come true, but it's really not bloody-mindedness that compels me to bring meaning, direction, and purpose into our lives. It's my sense of responsibility to you, the reader. Thanks to Atheism, hypocritical storytellers can now freely pander to our worst fears. To fully understand that, you need to realize that it follows a dual code of morality—one morality for its fellow ugly energumens and another for the rest of the world. This is why Atheism shows a curious unwillingness to restore our righteous rage and singular purpose to prevail over its unenlightened cabal. But the problems with its perceptions don't end there.

Atheism's jaded pleas leave the current power structure untouched while simultaneously killing countless children through starvation and disease. Are these children its enemies? Well, once you begin to see the light, you'll realize that it's doing some pretty quasi-nettlesome things. Or, to restate that without meiosis, Atheism has warned us that in the coming days, the worst kinds of loopy wheeler-dealers there are will raise extortionate demands. If you think about it, you'll realize that Atheism's warning is a self-fulfilling prophecy in the sense that Atheism twists every argument into some sort of "struggle" between two parties. Atheism unvaryingly constitutes the underdog party, which is what it claims gives it the right to lay all of society open to the predations of organized criminality. As a final, parting thought, I assert that we must speak truth to power. This is a long road and not one for the fainthearted, but if pursued with integrity and conviction it could lead to a world in which people are no longer afraid to call for proper disciplinary action against Atheism and its patsies.
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1 Response Jan 8, 2013

Awesome ... But think whatever you want, as long as you do not ask me to share the same beliefs. I do not mock nor hate you, just leave us free to decide what we think is wrong or right.