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Sunday, October 08, 2006

Ban the Bible!

It's high time to ban the EVIL BIBLE from schools. And churches, and libraries, etc.

The Bible is full of horrible stories about the "chosen people" going about slaughtering everyone else, including men, women and children - all ordered and condoned by God. All other cultures besides the Israelites are considered evil. The Israelites are given authority to take the young virgin girls for themselves to have their way with. Just check out Numbers 31, for but one example. This short rant doesn't pretend to go into all the atrocities in condoned by the biblical god. There are few books more disgusting than the Bible.
Mom seeks a ban on Harry Potter in schools
Associated Press

ATLANTA — A suburban county that sparked a public outcry when its libraries temporarily eliminated funding for Spanish-language fiction is now being asked to ban Harry Potter books from its schools.

Laura Mallory, a mother of four, told a hearing officer for the Gwinnett County Board of Education last week that the popular fiction series is an 'evil' attempt to indoctrinate children in the Wicca religion.

Board of Education attorney Victoria Sweeny said that if schools were to remove all books containing reference to witches, they would have to ban such works as Macbeth and Cinderella."


skullnboner said...

Of course I don't believe in banning books, however I get the comparison to the book-banner in Harry Potter. Guess that twit hasn't heard about the natural rights of freedom to read, speak, research, publish etc. among all the other freedoms she takes for granted. I say ban the banners.

However, the barbaric Babble of gibberish should be held up as a book of backwardness, exposed for all the lewdness, perversion and bloodlust and power-mongering that it is. It should be a lesson to what lengths human stupidity can reach for considering this Book to be anything but a contemptuous illiterate ignorant barbarism more akin to the works of evil entities rather that divine goodness as Christians would have it. It should be endlessly rubbed in their faces as the most laughable and disgusting tripe to ever be accepted by a supposedly intelligent people.

Othewise, it should make for good campfire burning material!

Jim said...

It's the religions of the world that should be banned

Goose said...

Since I live in metro Atlanta, where this story is unfolding, I hope you don't mind me commenting: the lady is true grits pyscho. I find it offensive that she called witches "evil" in one of her interviews. Who is to say what is evil? The witches that I have met have all been wonderful people who respect nature and the environment. As I have read the various articles on this issue, I am becoming convinced that she attends one of those small, independent conservative Christian churches that are particularly brutal in their worldview. I'm sure that her pastor and church friends are urging her on in this massively stupid attack on poor Harry Potter, who happens to be a cool guy.

Acharya S said...

Indeed, Goose, I have met few people who are as evil minded as the most fanatical Christians who have attacked me over the years. One of these people is SO evil that she has made vicious remarks about a beautiful small child, in order to attack me with her evil Biblegod. What these demented aholes fail to understand is that we could just as easily claim that our god or goddess is the only one and insist that they are the ones who are following the devil, as is so evident from the viciousness and hatred that they dole out to others. Can you tell that I am extremely sick of it?

vahner said...

jim,i dont agree with you that the religion of the world should be banned. Even though there are bad fanatic christians there are also good ones.

i know of a christian that helped someone with the organization of a buddhist function because he needed help. Obviously his church people didn't like the idea of him doing so.

i have even seen a buddhist monk prostrate to a figure of jesus in a church. When he was asked why he said he had heard great doings of jesus and was merely showing respect.(thats what buddhist usually do when they see a statue of buddha).

so its really not the religion,its the people.....and Acharya is doing a great work shedding some light and showing us a different prespective of it.

louis said...

jim i agree with you all religions should be banned!

louis said...

Hey, if you want to help ban the bible go to WALMART BIBLE LETTER.COM!

Robertogee said...

Don't know that banning religion is the answer. Seems like just telling the truth, will, over time, slowly silence religionists.

Maybe too slowly.

"Banning" anything, one learns, exposes the fundamental weakness on part of the "bannee," and their surrender of their presumed "power" to what they're trying to ban. In other words, the "banners" are doomed, however long it takes, since their belief is in the Other's power, and their own weakness.

I don't know what to do about fundamentalist religionists around the world, either.

What's the answer?

Wait till somebody drops a bomb in the name of God? Or Allah?

Oh, wait. We already did that in Afghanistan and Iraq. Oops. Bush's "Crusade," remember? Quickly retracted.

Sure, it's about the oil. But the "justification" for the slaughter is religion. Good versus Evil. Christian versus Muslim. Sh'ite versus Sunni. Arab versus Jew.

So what's the answer?

Acharya S said...

Thanks for the comments. I say "Ban the Bible" with tongue firmly in cheek, as a response to the imbecilic desire to ban Harry Potter.

Nor do I suggest banning religion. It wouldn't work anyway and would create a huge class of "criminals" that would to be punished. Punishment is not the way, especially for merely using one's mind to go into non-third-dimensional realms. Hell, I myself would be considered a criminal if religion were banned, because I contemplate esoterica quite regularly!

Anonymous said...

bible is anti white hate speech, all jews and gentile proponents of the bible should be charged with hate crimes in canada and europe where these laws exist.