Category Archives: #ReligiousAbuse

Another tweet to @BBCRadio2, which will be ignored. #atheist

Here’s yet another tweet from yours truly to @BBCRadio2, which they will ignore, as per usual.

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The BBC, which is paid for by the British Public under the licence fee (Read: Thinly veiled tax), are intent on shoving the opinion of religious crazys at us pretty much constantly; further, to add insult aimed towards the thinking majority of the world – they don’t even acknowledge the criticism. #bastards

The religious constantly and consistently lack moral fibre, as witnessed throughout the ages, and more recently in the religiously motivated attacks on the free societies in which we all live in and value. When was the last time you heard of an Atheist killing people because they were gay, or otherwise ‘offensive’… Fucking arseholes, the lot of ’em… And don’t come at me with the ‘peace’ argument – If you had morals, and happened to belong to a club who raped, killed, and tortured people – you’d fucking leave… Even passively belonging to such a club would surely lead to world wide condemnation… Oh, wait, it’s a religion – well that’s OK then. LIKE FUCK.

Don’t know why I bother!

I Find That Offensive!

iftoI was listening to the Jeremy Vine show on BBC Radio 2, the subject matter, centred around “the right to take offense” struck a chord with me. In the programme, the author Claire Fox described her experiences with young adults which inspired her to write the book, “I Find That Offensive“.

I agree 100% with everything she says in the book, and I fear for the future of the society which allows, and to a lesser extent encourages this behaviour among the young.

It’s a very interesting read, which I would strongly recommend to any thinking and reasoning adult – and if you have the opportunity to change the mind of a young person to be more open and less offended, then please enable that most vital skill set whenever, and wherever you can; survival of the race by decreasing future offended-wars is a noble quest. (I’m also of the opinion this ties in with a secular or atheist point of view, I strongly suspect the religious mind isn’t capable of this, not truly…)

There are a few memes drifting around the interwebs concerning the same subject – all along the same lines – and they’re true… “So fucking what?” as Stephen Fry says…
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This is where Blasphemy started, and we all know how fucking evil that shit it – people have been killing and torturing other people throughout the ages in the name of that fucker, and the worst thing, it still goes on today – however it now seems that the youth of today is intent on broadening this to other subjects as well… Claire Fox describes a talk regarding a footballer, convicted of rape, discussing whether or not he should resume his career, where any other points of view than further, and more extreme methods of punishment were shouted down, and effectively banned by the court of “I’m offended” – it’s a sad state of affairs when our young adults are so mentally closeted they can’t even hear the opinion of others.

IMG_1452It’s my personal opinion that they’ve simply had it too easy, they don’t know what real life is actually like, they’ve never struggled for crusts of bread, they’ve never been broken, never hit rock bottom and then fallen some more – IF you’ve been unfortunate (Or should I say fortunate?) enough to have been that broken, you know, you just fucking know that life isn’t that simple. The act of being broken – it makes you – when coming out the other side, you have a fresh appreciation of what actually matters, and you know, just being fucking offended simply doesn’t live in the same universe as real life.

Here are a couple of quotes of mine, and I sincerely hope they offend someone somewhere…

“Offended? – Good. Makes you feel alive. Everyone has the right to be offended, cause offence and be told to fuck off, quite equally. Anyone who thinks anything else is clearly fucking insane.”

“Anyone who is offended merely by words not the context / intent of the words is truly stupid.
Stupidity is the only universal crime.
Darwin for the win.”

Core of Abuse.

I’m struck by all the positives in my life, on a regular basis. I have my Wife and family, enough money to get by on and afford some luxuries, but hey, I’m not especially materialistic. Achievements have come regularly this year, from those in work, to those at home – they’re all good.

However, here’s the dark core to it all… Deep down, sometimes I feel the anger, the burning heart of the combined years of abuse from the past – with the help of my Wife and friends, I was pulled away from. The source of all this abuse? The christian religions, and my sycophant ex-family – they really fucking screwed me over during my earlier years… I realised this gradually over time, however even today, after several years since I’ve laid sight on any of those vile fuckers, I have flashbacks; the darkness and burning heart of abuse is brought to the surface, and has an even starker meaning than before. Even my school years, now long past, have revealed themselves, in memory, to be full to the brim of abuse – targeting children… how fucking vile.

It’s odd though – there are those parties in my life, even now, some of whom were around during the dark years who have been shown to be false. Instead of helping during those years, they stood by and did nothing. You’d think it would be an easy call to get rid of them, but sadly not – life is simply more complex, with more factors than can be easily accounted for to make this a reality. Saying that though, these people will probably die within the next 10 years or so, scant comfort though.

Sometimes, when these realisations come to the surface of my intellect, I grasp onto my current life with an intensity which borders on a death-grip; of course nothing shows on the surface, but things happen, accomplishments happen, the unattainable is suddenly in reach, because I’m better, just fucking better than every fucking religious, abusing, cunt of a headcase on the fucking planet. It might seem that I’m fuelled by rage, but it would be a mistake to assume that. In the past it would have been true, but I’ve broken free, again, nothing can understate the role my Wife, current friends and family have in that; even if some of them are occasionally annoying 😉

The tag line on this article – Mother-fucking abusive religious cunts: I’ll out do you, I’ll out live you, I’m a better person, a better fucking human than any of you could ever be. If you see me, get out of my fucking way, because I’ll fucking destroy you, one way or the other.

BBC: Promoting violence and death.

BBCIt looks like the BBC has once again chosen to support violence, death and suffering with it’s continued support of religion, not even paying attention to it’s own survey of the views of the licence fee paying public.

It amazes me why society at large is still pandering to religious idiots, devoting public resources to them, and giving them tax exemptions.  By all means let them fuck off to a quiet corner of the universe and worship their imaginary sky-fairies, but don’t foster it on all of us!

It’s very annoying when I have to turn off the radio at least twice a day, when some jumped up arse-hole who thinks they’re better than the rest of us (because of their imaginary sky fairy), comes on and tries to tell us how to conduct our lives, how to adhere to their fucking twisted morals.  I mean ANY religious arse is an accomplice to mass murder, suffering, terrorism, child abuse and genocide, how fucking dare they, even for a second, think they’re better than cockroaches.

10475514_700097060064782_28342048734165353_nPut on a more simplistic level, the Nazis are universally despised for their persecution and attempt at world domination through violence, intimidation and attempted genocide… we all accept that, right?  The fucking christians (For example) did exactly the same fucking thing, yet they and their sycophant followers to this day proclaim innocence…  Fucking priceless.  They should be removed from planet Earth, they are a chronic disease.  Coming back to the point, yes, the BBC, which we pay for, gives these disease filled pustules air-time, and that is a bad thing.  Not that I even care to disagree with them – they’re simply wrong in every imaginable sense of the word.

http://www.secularism.org.uk/news/2015/08/bbc-trust–religious-radio-programmes-are-least-popular-and-least-well-received–but-we-wont-change-them

… And a parting thought:

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Happy Birthday, you cunt.

Here’s a may-you-burn-in-the-fires-of-your-self-created-hell-you-cunt to my biological mother on her birthday. Let it be known she was the lowest of the low, a cunt so rotten, if you saw her on fire, you’d go buy some petrol and pour, just to have a good time. I hope you died with realisation of your cuntishness and with knowledge that your son just plain didn’t give a fuck about your worthless child abusing life.

Ah. Feel better now.

So, I got ordained. #FSM

Yes. Me, one of the most ardent and militant atheists you’ll ever likely meet (Or not).

I’ve found the perfect religion… The Church of The Flying Spaghetti Monster. Sacred things: Fridays, a stripper factory, and a beer volcano; and you don’t even have to believe. So… I thought “Fuck them all”, those child molesting abusing scum-vermin (Commonly known as the clergy) with their special rights and considerations in society (Blind as it is)… I have the same rights… LMAO. How’s that for sardonic?!

However the difference is I’m doing it to be the exact opposite reasons and rational, and to make a point how worthless the whole thing is. I’m an ordained minister… yet… get this – I’m choosing to be a part of an organisation which is opposite to religion as we know it – no deaths or hurt or harm in the name of this one, no children abused or raped, none of that shit! Just a good time with a stripper factory and a beer volcano!

So, again my point is proved – I’m choosing not to belong to an abusive organisation soaked in the blood of the ages – if you could reason with the religious, there wouldn’t be any!

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(Yes, I’ve edited this one, you think I’m going to give you nutters my real ID!?) lol.

The religious mind is a diseased mind.

A hallmark of the average religious individual is that when they’re confronted with a logical question about an action or opinion, they simply cannot resolve their action, always falling back on the reason “because”.

Today one of my friends (Yes, even I have friends with this disease), was very angry that someone dared to carry on working during the 2 minute silence they’d organised and taken part in to mark the end of the first world war. When I asked this person why they were so offended and angry at the other person, their response was simply “It’s disrespectful”, I asked them why – constantly their response was “because it’s disrespectful”… I found it hard to accept that my friend, a person who I actually like (Despite their disease), couldn’t express and reason why…

I happen to agree with them regarding the silence, but not for the same reason. You can’t show respect to the dead, they’re dead – they simply don’t care; however society as a whole likes to give the impression that they care – the silence for them is exactly that – for them, for them to think of perhaps their distant relative who’s life may have been altered or ended by the war. Further I asked this person if that in by trying to enforce the silence on someone who didn’t want to take part, if they were not disrespecting that person’s opinion and free will… Typically the person’s diseased mind regurgitated the same old excuse that “It’s disrespectful”… They weren’t even willing to engage in a dialogue which questioned them, or forced them to think for themselves for once. I am very sad for my friend, I know from experience that when the mind is that gone, there is no hope for them.

A lot of people who read this will no doubt agree with my friend and nothing, no amount of questioning will make them dig down and admit why they take part in a silence, or wear the poppy. Don’t take this the wrong way – I have no beef with people who do take part or wear the poppy – they have their own reasons which may or may not be valid, the important thing is the ability to question why and have a valid answer, not “because”. If you don’t know why you’re doing something, there is little point in being, you may as well be an automatic machine just following a set path with no meaning.

I questioned my friend, asking if “The silence” could be regarded as an individual decision, an individual choice, so that perhaps they could respect those, alive, next to them, who didn’t want to take part – her response was “no, it’s disrespectful”… If I didn’t laugh at them I would cry – it is as if they’d been programmed from an early age to spit out this answer (Well, I suppose they had!). The point that this article makes is that the religious mind cannot reason why properly, when faced with a moral choice or when questioned on their own choices, they cannot deviate from their set programming and go into what I like to call AES, Angry Error State, when confronted.

I admit, sometimes, I bate them into this state for amusement, but on reflection I am sad for them, sad their minds are captive to this disease. It’s my hope that in the future, the entire species can be free of the mental shackles imposed by a history of religious abuse.

Israel and Pat Condell

Pat Condell and Israel.  Not saying anything, he seems to say it all.  I’m an Atheist, but can’t help see the point which Israel is making in defending itself at the moment.  It’s odd though, in the UK, the public opinion of the Israel / Gaza war is in favour of Gaza; I think it’s the mass of bleeding hearted leftie wannabe-wankers who can only see the stats in terms of deaths…  It makes me laugh when the same people are muslim-bashing when any terrorist attack comes on the news.

Anyhow, it’s not my war, so this is the last I’ll say on the subject!