Monday, June 13, 2016

Here is the video that Richard Dawkins sent to the Reason Rally this year.

Religious people described as cowards.

And people say that I'M not diplomatic.

Still he makes excellent points.

P.S. I should probably add that in light of the events that took place in Orlando, this video seemed especially appropriate. Hiding behind religion to camouflage your inhumanity to man may be one of the most prevalent acts of cowardice that we see.


  1. Anonymous6:25 AM

    This is not an ideal time for you to proselytize atheism. Asshole.

    1. It is never NOT the time for logic and reason.

    2. Anonymous7:25 AM

      Assholes troll at 6:25 AM because they are jealous of a blogger, visitor from united states. You are a weak cyberbully with no job and no life. Up your Evangelical ass.

    3. Anonymous8:25 AM

      Go away forever 6:25. You are the asshole.

    4. Anonymous10:53 AM


      You are simply an idiot. If you practice the superstition of any religion you should be ashamed.

      Grow a brain, make it healthy and not subject to nonsense.

    5. Anonymous4:52 PM

      I suggest that Gryphen, 7:25, 8:25 and 10:53 tell the victims of Orlando and their loved ones how cowardly and inhuman they all are. I lost two friends in the tragedy. Fuck all of you.

  2. Anonymous6:45 AM

    Mateen""It is up to God to punish homosexuals. It is not up to servants," the US resident added, sitting before a flag of his home country Afghanistan."
    "carried out by "one of the soldiers of the caliphate".

    1. Anonymous7:16 AM


    2. Anonymous7:59 AM

      Donald Trump Appears to Have Copied Unsourced Tweet About Orlando Massacre

      Donald Trump Not-So-Subtly Implies Secret Muslim

      Alex Jones is already blaming a federal government conspiracy and “false flag” operation for the largest mass shooting in U.S. history. “The attacks in Orlando were a false flag terror attack”

    3. Anonymous8:00 AM

      "None of them mention that the shooting targeted, or even involved, the LGBTQ community."

  3. Anonymous7:25 AM

    HRC""I have clearly said many, many times we face terrorist enemies who use Islam to justify slaughtering innocent people. We have to stop them and we will. We have to defeat radical jihadist terrorism or radical Islamism, whatever you call it,"The U.S. cannot, on the other hand, she added, "demonize, demagogue and declare war on an entire religion."

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  4. Anonymous7:32 AM

    You Go Jim W (over the last 24.)! Tell It!

  5. 66gardeners7:34 AM

    Off Topic but potentially a big story

    Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is reeling from a Trump-related controversy.

    Bondi broke her silence Tuesday over her solicitation of a $25,000 check she received from a Trump foundation in 2013 at a time when her office was considering whether to join a New York state investigation of consumer complaints against Trump University.

    “I never, nor was my office, investigating him (Trump). Never. I would never lie. I would never take money. I’ve been obviously devastated over this,” Bondi said in a voicemail message to a Herald/Times reporter.

    Bondi called Monday’s AP report on the issue “misleading,” adding: “No one in my office ever opened an investigation of Trump University, nor was there a basis for doing so,” she said.

    Bondi’s spokesman told the Herald/Times that an Assistant Attorney General reviewed the “few complaints” the office had on file about Trump University and made the “rightful determination” that because New York’s lawsuit was on behalf of all consumers nationwide, “no further action need be taken.”

    Bondi said she tried to refund the money in March because it came from a charitable foundation not authorized to make campaign contributions. A Tampa accountant for Bondi’s political committee related the refund was rejected and Trump then wrote a personal check.

    Bondi’s statement Tuesday made no mention of the $25,000 Trump check. Nor did it refer to her involvement in a Trump conference call Monday with campaign surrogates in which the presumptive Republican presidential nominee doubled down on his criticism of federal judge Gonzalo Curiel.

    1. 66gardeners7:55 AM

      Florida Gov. Rick Scott has referred reporters' questions to the Trump campaign.

  6. Leland7:36 AM

    Humpty Trumpty thinks he can! And a lot of his followers do, as well.

    Of course, that still doesn't mean Hillary is wrong - by ANY means.

    1. Leland7:48 AM

      Oops. Sorry. This was supposed to be a reply to the posting by 7:25, concerning HRC's comment about blaming the whole religion. Sorry 'bout that.

  7. Anonymous8:24 AM

    Religion poisons the mind. Some poisons are overbearing, some are more subtle. Those who must announce their religion in everything they say/do are the ones trying to be subtle. Those who radicalize and kill in the name of their religion are overbearing.

    The time is long past in this country to tax all religious institutions whether they are politicizing their mission or not. That trillions of dollars in debt this country has at all levels of government would soon evaporate. Why are they any more special than the rest of us?

    1. Anonymous9:33 AM

      especially the gun religion

    2. Anonymous10:52 AM

      All religious adherence points to a weakness in the person's brain. There is no reason in the adoption of lies and superstition and thus those who have been brainwashed to be adherents have no reason.

      Bots, all of them and any of them. We all should know better yet so many still refuse to acknowledge that they have the power to overcome this nonsense.

  8. Anonymous8:28 AM

    8:24 BRAVO! Pay to "PLAY".

  9. Anonymous10:39 AM

    I wish that I could see the end of religion in politics in my lifetime. The most I can hope for is that my daughter will live to see that.

  10. Randall4:51 PM

    It ain't easy being an Atheist
    ...not here in gun-totin God-fearin South Dakota it ain't.
    From MY perspective, nothing inspires HATE and righteous retribution faster than telling a Christian you don't believe in their silly-ass superstitious nonsense.

  11. Anita Winecooler4:54 PM

    I think a lot of it is lemming mentality to a point, an excuse to use. "If I'm bad, God will forgive me".
    Conscience Soothed, mission accomplished.


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