Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Filthy Pedophile Supporting Pope

Every time I think that this dirty, filthy, pedophile supporting Pope gets as low as humanly possible, he keeps coming up with more amazing ways to show how low he can go.  Do I think there's any limit to how low of a human being this filthy old man can go?  I'm starting to believe that he's just going to keep digging at the roots of human decency until he brings us all (well, his Catholic church and likely also Christianity, at least - and as an Atheist, that most definitely doesn't include me) down to his level - and then he's just gonna keep digging.

The filthy old fucker has now blamed society for the Catholic church priests that buggered and otherwise molested small children in their care.  I mean FOR FUCK'S SAKE the church pretends to hold themselves higher than humankind as they are representing "god" to the world.  If this is what god is truly like, a child molesting bastard, then I'm most definitely glad that he doesn't exist.  All this continual debasement of the morals of the church shows is that they cannot be trusted - not even with our kids.  We know that they make up stories (such as god), but now not only are they ramming this drivel down our children's throats, they are ramming their penises in our children's orifices and blaming us for them being the filthy, low-life scum that they are.

Fuck off you filthy scum, and the church you represent.

(Edit: Sinead O'Connor rips the Pope a new arsehole, too.)


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jw said...

For an Atheist you’d almost make a good prophet. A little late though in comparison to what was written in the bible 2000 years ago; and it will get much worse than a rant. If he is real then he is much madder than you and prophecies the endgame. The woman in Revelation Chapter 17 and 18 is the world empire of religion that misrepresents God.
From the Catholic New American Bible “Then he carried me away in spirit to a deserted place where I saw a woman seated on a scarlet beast with seven heads and ten horns. The woman was wearing purple and scarlet and adorned with gold, precious stones, and pearls. She held in her hand a gold cup that was filled with the abominable and sordid deeds of her harlotry. On her forehead was written a name, which is a mystery, "Babylon the great, the mother of harlots and of the abominations of the earth." …The ten horns that you saw represent ten kings ….Then he said to me, "The waters that you saw where the harlot lives represent large numbers of peoples, nations, and tongues. The ten horns 12 that you saw … will hate the harlot; they will leave her desolate and naked; they will eat her flesh and consume her with fire. For God has put it into their minds to carry out his purpose. The woman whom you saw represents the great city that has sovereignty over the kings of the earth."
Then I heard another voice from heaven say: "Depart from her, 4 my people, so as not to take part in her sins and receive a share in her plagues, for her sins are piled up to the sky, and God remembers her crimes. Pay her back as she has paid others. Pay her back double for her deeds. Into her cup pour double what she poured. To the measure of her boasting and wantonness repay her in torment and grief...

Hilton Travis said...

What sort of deranged lunatic would think to write a hallucination like that down and call it the word of god? Whoever took the drugs to get that dream probably should have been around when LSD was introduced as they'd have been in their element! :)

I do always wonder about people believing self-referencing myths. "My mythological sky fairy tells me he is the one trus god, so I'll believe him." And then they do thsi without looking for an iota of real proof that anything claimed to be said was said, is true, or is even believable, let alone scientifically verifiable (as in using Scientific Method).

Besides, the pope and those he represents (his sky fairy club leaders, in particular) are depraved if they think that society - which is VERY much against pedophilia - should be held in any way accountable for what an elitist club does under the cloak of being gods representatives here on Earth.

This bunch of schizophrenics need to be seen for what they truly are - human depravity at its worst.

jw said...

You know it does sound trippy :), however, it illustrates a very strong point. The pope and all who harm man in the name of religion are in no way like the God of the bible. These criminals are of the lowest depravity and are in the crosshairs of God's gun. Period. In all fairness 99% of people who will read your post will associate these creeps with the bible. A distinction is needed between what the pope does and how the bible shows God views it.
Whether a person believes "the hallucination" :) or not is irrelevant. The fact is the bible says God is against what is done by Christian leadership and says its going to be put down. Permanently.
I do always wonder about atheist who say that all bible readers believe without looking for an iota of real proof that anything claimed to be said was said, is true, or is even believable, let alone scientifically verifiable (as in using Scientific Method).
I asked for proof and got it, historically and using the Scientific method. And no I'm not even going to attempt to prove the vision of the destruction of religion quoted above. The bible is not a history book or a scientific text. However when the bible touches on history and science I’ve found it 100% accurate. I welcome the opportunity to show you that proof.
That's not the point of your post though. This depraved conduct by the clergy is criminal, disgusting, and for them to blame anyone except their own deranged monstrous minds is ludacrist and unforgivable. Atheist like you feel that way and the bible teaches it.

Hilton Travis said...

The point you're missing is that the bible is just a work of fiction and that god doesn't exist. This "magical bearded sky fairy club" that the pope and his depraved sidekicks are in is just an excuse to fondle small children then blame society for it.

Religion - whether it is christianity or one of the other hundreds around - is simply belief in a myth. Like believing in the tooth fairy. But the tooth fairy doesn't have a beard. :)

There's thousands of gods you don't believe in. To you they don't exist because you've chosen one particular fairy tale to believe over the hundreds of others available, mainly due to proximity and peer pressure rather than actual honest investigation and thorough examination of their claims versus the facts.

As more discoveries are made, the probability that anything supernatural exists and the likelihood for any god, be it the particular one you believe in or the thousands you don't, decreases that little bit more and it is now so low that it is as probable that I'm actually a mug of green tea typing this in using a fish and a banana on a keyboard made of chicken broth.

jw said...

We agree on the pope. I see your point about the bible. What I don't see if proof of your point. Where's the fiction?

And play fair. Don't pick on the hallucinations and we've clearly established hypocrites trying to tote the bible as a shield is baseless; you mentioned something about history and scientific method ...

Hilton Travis said...

Where's the fiction? Start with "In the beginning" right at the opening verse and end at "He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus." which is the last text. Then look at everything in between. There's your fiction!

I can pick on the hallucinations as this is very valid. There are many people who proclaim to be the son of god (or even god him/herself) and these days they get the medical support they need and can either continue on normal lives with ongoing medication or live in a more suitable environment where they can be better cared for.

Using the bible to "prove" anything is baseless. It is a work of fiction and only proves that it was written by people. Nothing else.

jw said...

Yes the bible was written by people. Consider the things they wrote about. The earliest known non-Biblical reference to physical laws was made by Pythagoras, who believed that the universe could be explained by numbers. Two thousand years later, Galileo, Kepler, and Newton finally proved that matter is governed by rational laws.
The earliest Biblical reference to natural law is contained in the book of Job. About 1600 B.C.E., God asked Job: “Have you come to know the statutes [or, laws] of the heavens?” (Job 38:33) Recorded in the seventh century B.C.E., the book of Jeremiah refers to God as the Creator of “the statutes of the moon and the stars” and “the statutes of heaven and earth.” (Jeremiah 31:35; 33:25) In view of these statements, Bible commentator G. Rawlinson observed: “The general prevalence of law in the material world is quite as strongly asserted by the sacred writers as by modern science.”
If we use Pythagoras as a point of reference, the statement in Job was about a thousand years ahead of its time. Keep in mind that the Bible’s objective is not simply to reveal physical facts but primarily to impress upon us that God is the Creator of all things—the one who can create physical laws.—Job 38:4, 12; 42:1, 2.
Another example we can consider is that the earth’s waters undergo a cyclic motion called the water cycle, or the hydrologic cycle. Put simply, water evaporates from the sea, forms clouds, precipitates onto the land, and eventually returns to the sea. The oldest surviving non-Biblical references to this cycle are from the fourth century B.C.E. However, Biblical statements predate that by hundreds of years. For example, in the 11th century B.C.E., King Solomon of Israel wrote: “All the rivers run into the sea, yet the sea is not full. To the place from which the rivers come, to there and from there they return again.”—Ecclesiastes 1:7, The Amplified Bible.
Likewise, about 800 B.C.E. the prophet Amos, a humble shepherd and farmworker, wrote that God is “the One calling for the waters of the sea, that he may pour them out upon the surface of the earth.” (Amos 5:8) Without using complex, technical language, both Solomon and Amos accurately described the water cycle, each from a slightly different perspective.
The Bible also speaks of God as “hanging the earth upon nothing,” or he “suspends earth in the void,” according to The New English Bible. (Job 26:7) In view of the knowledge available in 1600 B.C.E., roughly when those words were spoken, it would have taken a remarkable man to assert that a solid object can remain suspended in space without any physical support. As previously mentioned, Aristotle himself rejected the concept of a void, and he lived over 1,200 years later!
Fiction? Hardly!

Hilton Travis said...

JW, you do realise that using a work of fiction, in this case the bible, to support "evidence" for god is self-referencing nonsense?

It is so true that you can't use reason to argue with a religious person as they keep coming back to basing their beliefs on the bibla and using the bible to refute logic, fact and common sense.

Until you (or anyone else) can come u with some real evidence using real historical literature (not a work of fiction) then this is a pointless argument.

God doesn't exist - there's no evidence at all to indicate there is a god. Even if there were, why would the one out of thousands that you've chosen to believe be the right one? Why couldn't Vishna, Mithras or Ra be a true god? Is it because your god, in a fictional work, claims he is the one true god? Yet you'll never see the logic to this because you choose to believe a myth.

All this is doing is wasting my time and not proving anything because of arguments you're coming up with that are purely mythical based.

And sure, some of the stuff in the bible is valid - morals hold true everywhere and don't need religion to make them valid.

Quoting scripture in your argument only lessens the validity of your argument (and, as I said, wastes my time).