AssemFCB wrote:I see that theory as a bit radical. Anyways, religion is a topic I have bad experiences discussing, so that's enough for me. The thing that hurts me most is animal rights. Education is key in ensuring animals are not tortured/mistreated in everyday life. I saw a cat killed by a car yesterday and it really bummed me out. Sterilizing street cats and dogs should be taken seriously as a victimless act. The sooner the remaining street cats/dogs die out, the sooner we'll avoid a major component of the issue of animal safety.
MOONRIDER wrote:research the subject deep and you will be disappointed of what you´ll find.
AssemFCB wrote:I see that theory as a bit radical
sch0ll7 wrote:Atheists tend to say the same thing all over again...but a fact is that 99,99% of Atheists didnt read any of the holy books but everyone knows religion better than a man who "lives" religion every day.
sch0ll7 wrote:Every religion teaches beautiful things...and we could say that religion is perfect...but people that practice it arent.
MOONRIDER wrote:BayernLove wrote:Trust me, even if religion didn't exist, the war mongers would still have another reason to wage war.
The removal of any factor will NOT stop people from trying to wage wars, thanks to a superiority complex far too many have, and the thought that they are entitled to having everyone agree with them. The only choice to banish war entirely is making everyone agree on one thing and one thing only, which would be not only stupid, but would also make this world dull as F*CK.
watch the radford film´´ 1984´´
all time classic ,and it answers those questions chillingly perfect...
or kubrick´s ´´paths of glory´´
Chalant wrote:Look at each and every religion. They all have a code of conduct, behave this way or else you will be tortured beyond imagination for eternity. This applies from Ancient Religions to Modern ones. It's absolutely stupid.
MOONRIDER wrote:´´know thyself´´ which of course means
as academics and Epicur say,mind your own business and dont get involved into politics,this is the aristocracy´s domain.
MOONRIDER wrote:and ´´λακωνιζειν´´ was the favourite theocratic/militarized dictatorship plato and aristotle dreamed about
when opposing the democratic rule of the people in athens.
MOONRIDER wrote:Being laconic is not a synonym to short talking , brief and correct speech,but dropping tough discussions,been arrogant
and taking up arms to solve everything.
MOONRIDER wrote:democratic rule of the people in athens
MOONRIDER wrote:and it is yes to all that above ,these are plain crude facts .
MOONRIDER wrote:but i see the same post in 2 threads .what should i do now?
MOONRIDER wrote:i can expand on that later if you want (it will take a long long post)
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