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Saturday, April 01, 2006

More Murder in the Name of God

It is quite apparent - and has been for centuries - that the most prominent purveyors of the "religion of peace" are anything but peaceful. They seem to thrive off hatred, violence, torture and murder, and they simply cannot stop themselves from abusing anyone they can find who will not or seems not to conform to their narrow, sadistic and anti-human interpretation of life.

What kind of god wants foaming-at-the-mouth followers who get their thrills by torturing and murdering his other creatures?
'Only a fraction of Teheran's brutality has come to light'

"She is the female figurehead of what she hopes will become a new Iranian revolution. Now, after almost 25 years in exile, the world is beginning to beat a path to her door.
Maryam Rajavi wants those who visit her near Paris to know what sort of regime Iran's mullahs are running.
As the leader of the largest exiled Iranian opposition group, she talks angrily of the 15-year-old boy flogged to death for eating during Ramadan, and the girl of 13 buried up to her neck and stoned for a similarly trivial 'crime'.

When she describes the punishments meted out by Iran's rulers, a picture of the limp bodies of two hanged men suspended from a crane is projected onto a screen.

She waves a large bound book that, she says, contains the names of 21,676 people who have died resisting the clerical regime. Another 120,000 people have been executed since the mullahs took power in 1979, she claims. Now Iran's rulers are trying to develop a nuclear weapon.

'We have always said that a viper cannot give birth to a dove, but nobody believed us,' she told the Sunday Telegraph. 'Only a fraction of the true nature of this regime, which is a brutal dictatorship of religious fanaticism, has come to public attention.'"


SHAKER said...

It's appalling that Miss Acharya can attempt to tear down Christ Jesus, thereby crowning herself with many youthful, atheistic, paganistic and Satanic followers. I applaud you for your audacity, because you will face Our God in the end. Sad that you must laud yourself in scholarly coolness, so as to attract those youth who feel better believing they will never answer to God for their sins. How dare you lead these children astray with totally unsupportable facts of fiction that even the most prestigious Rutgers professors call obtuse, mind shattering and incompetent! Lord Help you and what you have done to the youth of this nation who do not research as deeply the sources you have used. Not everyone is a college graduate like you and I. Good day!

Acharya S said...

That's just brilliant - I'm writing about horrors being committed in the name of religion, specifically Islam, yet you feel the need to lecture me about an invisible Jewish man in the sky who will terrorize me and many others both in the current life and in the hereafter.

Apparently Christianity has not taught you any moral compass. How dare YOU lead anyone astray with threats from an invisible man in the sky. Calling decent people "Satanic" is simply despicable - and one of the reasons so many intelligent people are appalled by Christianity and other bullying monolithic faiths that reduce human beings to born-in-sin pieces of garbage.

It is quite obvious you - a "college graduate" - have neither thought things through nor have you studied my work. Nor have any of these "prestigious Rutgers professors" you fail to name studied my work at all.

Anonymous said...


If there were any evidence to support your insane claims that there exists an invisible Jewish guy in the sky it wouldn't be so easy to tear down would it. If you evidence to back up the Jesus story, FAITH would not be the main requirement.

I can't help but notice that rather than provide any evidence whatsoever, you simply launch a vicious personal attack. Does your God NEED you to do that?

Your own argument can be turned around onto yourself sir, how dare you "lead these children astray with totally unsupportable facts of fiction that even the most prestigious Rutgers professors call obtuse, mind shattering and incompetent!"

On the other hand, thanks for another display of dishonesty.

GrandGizmo said...

No, my God sent His only Son into the world not to condemn the world, but to save it! "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son that whosoever shall believe in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life. God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world" John 3:16-18. It is by grace alone through faith - not by works that none should boast - but it is the gift of a Holy God who hates sin, and made a way for us to stand before Him by the covering of the Lamb of God and the Savior of the World - Lord Yeshua (Jesus). So, don't blame God because you do not strive for good, and you tend to seek the things of this world rather than what is to come. For blessed are those who believe. Love is the ultimate goal! Agape love!