Atheist arrested, sent to jail for posting 'God doesn't exist' on Facebook

May 3, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

A Out of all the groups in the United States that get discriminated against, atheists and agnostics are close to the top of the list .

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Yes, believers are f**king mental.
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I'm sure someone could find a fanatic anything in Indonesia where each year at this time some idiot gets himself crucified as Christ.
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This is the t-shirt I'm wearing in Oxford today.

http://www.redmolotov.com/images/designs/dawk...
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I couldn't agree more with your statements.

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Thinking wrote:
This is the t-shirt I'm wearing in Oxford today.
http://www.redmolotov.com/images/designs/dawk...
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awesome!

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Carchar king wrote:
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Atheism isn't treated any worse than religion in the USA, but what is there to support behind Atheism. The American government is a Christian or Muslim, why would he support another religion.
Actually, no, it's mainly christain with a lost of secularism involved now. Muslim ... not getting voted into office, ever, here.

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Thinking wrote:
This is the t-shirt I'm wearing in Oxford today.
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Nice.:)`
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Thinking wrote:
This is the t-shirt I'm wearing in Oxford today.
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I suspect Dawkins wouldn't like it.
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He's got a good sense of humour.

I love this clip. They both come out of it well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch...
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<quoted text>I suspect Dawkins wouldn't like it.

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Thinking wrote:
He's got a good sense of humour.
I love this clip. They both come out of it well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch...
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Yes, that is an excellent revealer of the personalities of each; they are both gentlemen in the oldest sense of the word.

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Thinking wrote:
He's got a good sense of humour.
I love this clip. They both come out of it well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch...
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... one of my favorites, by the way-- I had "liked" that quite some time ago.

:)
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http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/afp/1...
More people arrested for "defaming Islam and the prophet Mohammed".

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http://www.globalpost.com/disp atch/news/afp/130402/banglades h-arrests-three-atheist-blogge rs
More people arrested for "defaming Islam and the prophet Mohammed".
Truly an ugly religion.
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I'm glad to see Tyson survived his "death threats" after downgrading Pluto... They're two good men.
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... one of my favorites, by the way-- I had "liked" that quite some time ago.
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Thinking wrote:
I'm glad to see Tyson survived his "death threats" after downgrading Pluto... They're two good men.
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Indeed they are.

I laugh at people complaining about Pluto.

All that really happened, is that scientists, specifically astral scientists, redefined what it means to be a planet.

Or rather, refined the existing definition to be more precise.

The increased precision helps with extra-solar discoveries.

But it also meant that Pluto no longer qualifies as "planet".

Fortunately, the newly refined definition includes additional categories, such as "planetary body" and "dwarf planets". Pluto fits those nicely.

I have no beef with this newly refined science.
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If Pluto was key to a religion, then the religious way would've been to suppress all knowledge of the other dwarf planets.
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Indeed they are.
I laugh at people complaining about Pluto.
All that really happened, is that scientists, specifically astral scientists, redefined what it means to be a planet.
Or rather, refined the existing definition to be more precise.
The increased precision helps with extra-solar discoveries.
But it also meant that Pluto no longer qualifies as "planet".
Fortunately, the newly refined definition includes additional categories, such as "planetary body" and "dwarf planets". Pluto fits those nicely.
I have no beef with this newly refined science.

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If Pluto was key to a religion, then the religious way would've been to suppress all knowledge of the other dwarf planets.
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Exactly.

Religion cannot stand the light of knowledge-- and thrives in the darkness of ignorance.

Why was the first "lesson" of the bible, one that taught that knowledge was forbidden?

And once Adam learned knowledge? He was immediately punished?
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If the tree of life holds the knowledge to overthrow god, god should have stored it somewhere else.
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Exactly.
Religion cannot stand the light of knowledge-- and thrives in the darkness of ignorance.
Why was the first "lesson" of the bible, one that taught that knowledge was forbidden?
And once Adam learned knowledge? He was immediately punished?

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Thinking wrote:
If the tree of life holds the knowledge to overthrow god, god should have stored it somewhere else.
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You'd think...

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