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1 EiMitch  Sun, Aug 19, 2012 2:33:28pm

Us evil atheists are trying to take away their bibles, crosses, and whatnot. Mwa-ha-ha-ha!

We won't allow prayer in school. Even though private prayers are perfectly legal, a prayer somehow doesn't count if it ain't a group ritual.

We're taking the bible out of the constitution. Nevermind that any idiot who reads the constitution can see the bible was never part of it.

We've concocted a gigantic cabal of scientists who spread our godless lie of evilution. So what if the majority of those very scientists believe in god? If you think they've reached their conclusions based on the evidence in the very natural world xians believe god created, then you've fallen into our trap. We call it "logic."

And now, we're suing to keep the cross-shaped beams out of the Ground Zero Museum. Nevermind what we said about wanting equal space for non-xians. Equality is of the devil, whom we worship even though we don't believe he nor god exists. Once we plant the idea that xians weren't the only victims of 9-11, this xian nation will collapse and be replaced by a muslim caliphate. Because us atheists don't hate all religions, just xianity.

Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!!!!!!!!1!11

...

Okay, no more sarcasm. Us non-believers are to far-right Christians what Jews are to Nazis: a scapegoat for all the things they see wrong with the world. Isn't it time to lay to rest the helmet-wearing retarded notion that a minority of people are somehow persecuting the majority at every turn in a democracy?

Moreover, shouldn't we start calling the far-right what they really are: the vehement haters of equality? Why should those of us who disagree with their views of the supernatural shut-up so they can pretend they're the only ones who matter/exist?

And when are we going to make them look-up the definition of "persecution?" Because it sure as hell ain't "not getting your way."

2 Destro  Sun, Aug 19, 2012 10:03:01pm

re: #1 EiMitch

You have to understand that 9/11 was really a blow to Dominionists. They had their god chosen candidate Bush in office. The GOP was in power. And god let 9/11 happen to America. They blamed the gays, they blamed liberals, etc. They even blamed very destructive hurricanes on gays and abortions (remember the fetus shaped hurricane?).

They could not figure out why god shafted America for 8 years when their kind of guy and the Republicans were in power as Jesus intended.

So they see a steel beam in a shape of a cross and they invest in it some sort of meaning.

There will be a Christian presence at Ground Zero. St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church was destroyed in the attack and will one day be rebuilt. That is a perfect place for the cross beam to be placed but the Greek Church is a little too middle eastern looking for American tastes I assume.

3 SanFranciscoZionist  Mon, Aug 20, 2012 12:00:22am

San Francisco kept the Mt. Davidson cross by selling it to an Armenian organization, which has made it a memorial to those killed in the Armenian genocide. Easter services continue.

It would be easy to place this object in a church in the area. There are many.

I don't know as putting it in the museum is a terrible idea, though. It's a legitimate part of the history of the event, and was imbued with significance by many people. I get that the objecting group wants some sort of equal representation, and that sounds good, but I'm not sure what they're envisioning. As far as I know, no other faiths or lack thereof have laid claim to large symbolic pieces of steel. If they want a display showing the impact of the event on different faith communities, that sounds good. Still not sure what the atheists would want to put in, except for maybe names.

Megyn Kelly remains a twerp.

4 Destro  Mon, Aug 20, 2012 8:49:07am

re: #3 SanFranciscoZionist

San Francisco kept the Mt. Davidson cross by selling it to an Armenian organization, which has made it a memorial to those killed in the Armenian genocide. Easter services continue.

It would be easy to place this object in a church in the area. There are many.

I don't know as putting it in the museum is a terrible idea, though. It's a legitimate part of the history of the event, and was imbued with significance by many people. I get that the objecting group wants some sort of equal representation, and that sounds good, but I'm not sure what they're envisioning. As far as I know, no other faiths or lack thereof have laid claim to large symbolic pieces of steel. If they want a display showing the impact of the event on different faith communities, that sounds good. Still not sure what the atheists would want to put in, except for maybe names.

Megyn Kelly remains a twerp.

Why do people forget an actual church was destroyed on 9/11. Perfect place for the cross to be placed when it is rebuilt. I read that church will have a non denominational space for contemplation as part of the church grounds. Though I don't know if that is still the case.


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