Insane! DOJ Declares Atheism A "Religious Movement",...

Aug 28, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Gateway Pundit

Is the DOJ collectively inhaling something toxic? The U.S. Justice Department has just identified atheism as a "religious movement" .

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I wish I had a Dollar for every time an ignoramus theist trotted out these same old debunked lies of trying to link these mass atrocities to Atheism. I'd be wealthier.
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S-T-R-E-T-C-H. More s-t-r-e-t-c-h marks than a woman on her 12th baby.
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How many atheists helped out ole Adolph?
Dumbass, you should be asking, "How many Catholics helped out ole Adolph?"

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Dumbass, you should be asking, "How many Catholics helped out ole Adolph?"
In any country you will find a mix of religious and non religious. The thrust of Germany under the Nazi's was not religious, it was a socialist supremacist government that revolved around the personality of Adolf Hitler, not God. Same with the Soviet Union and Stalin, same with Communist China under Mao. The fact some Catholics in Germany went along with the program doesn't change the central ideology of the Nazis and their program.
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LookingToEscape wrote:
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S-T-R-E-T-C-H. More s-t-r-e-t-c-h marks than a woman on her 12th baby.
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How many atheists helped out ole Adolph?
The Nazis banned the German Freethinkers League, among many other atheist groups in 1933. The 1939 German Census showed only 1.5% of Germans identified themselves as non-believers.

You really ought to take 5 minutes to look to see if there are any facts to support what you say before you post things that are easily demonstrated to be made up. You'd look like less of a fool. Still a fool, but less of one.
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LookingToEscape wrote:
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In any country you will find a mix of religious and non religious. The thrust of Germany under the Nazi's was not religious, it was a socialist supremacist government that revolved around the personality of Adolf Hitler, not God. Same with the Soviet Union and Stalin, same with Communist China under Mao. The fact some Catholics in Germany went along with the program doesn't change the central ideology of the Nazis and their program.
It most certainly was religiously justified by the Germans. Ask any Jew.

Furthermore, those atrocities were not committed in the name of Atheism. However, the atrocities in your buybull were committed in the name of religion. You and your religion cannot take any high moral ground on this subject. What you are proposing has been debunked many times over. Now you are just being disingenuous and dishonest. How christian of you!

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It most certainly was religiously justified by the Germans. Ask any Jew.
Furthermore, those atrocities were not committed in the name of Atheism. However, the atrocities in your buybull were committed in the name of religion. You and your religion cannot take any high moral ground on this subject. What you are proposing has been debunked many times over. Now you are just being disingenuous and dishonest. How christian of you!
Post #43 is all I have to say. I know many Democrats on here that claim to be Republican, yet never seem to support Republican political thinking. Does that make them Republican anyway?
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Post #43 is all I have to say. I know many Democrats on here that claim to be Republican, yet never seem to support Republican political thinking. Does that make them Republican anyway?
Posts like this are why I say Topix needs a "Judge It" icon showing a bat pooping to indicate "Batsh*t Crazy".
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<quoted text>Why do fundamental Christians need to lie to defend their beliefs??
Because using the truth hasn't worked out so well for them.
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<quoted text>Why do fundamental Christians need to lie to defend their beliefs??
That's a first for me, being accused of fundamentalism. Fundamentalist Christians are the ones who advise me to be buried in asbestos underwear.

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<quoted text>Why do fundamental Christians need to lie to defend their beliefs??
Careful now- you're only talking to one of 'em. Many crimes are commited by CINOs- there are people who profess belonging to a religon only for some evil agenda that has nothing to do with Christianity.

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No one was killed in the name of atheism.
Exactly- and it is a sad point of history that Man's Inhumanity to Man still goes on. Regardless of what the US' present administration says, atheism is no more a type of religon than a vacuum is a type of atmosphere.
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In the News

The federal government wants to give Annie Laurie Gaylor a tax break for leading an atheist group.

Gaylor, head of the Madison, Wisc.-based Freedom From Religion Foundation, wants to stop them and she's asking a federal judge for help.

The standoff is the latest twist in a court battle over the parsonage exemption for clergy, a tax break that allows "ministers of the gospel" to claim part of their salary as a tax-free housing allowance.

Gaylor's organization says the exemption gives religious groups an unfair advantage. That makes it unconstitutional, the foundation's lawsuit claims.

But government lawyers say that atheist leaders can be ministers, too, since atheism can function as a religion. So leaders of an atheist organization may qualify for the exemption.

No thanks, Gaylor said.

"We are not ministers," she said. "We are having to tell the government the obvious: We are not a church."

The legal status of the parsonage exemption has been challenged for more than a decade ever since a dispute between the IRS and the Rev. Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in California.

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The greatest mass murders of humanity during the 20th century had taken place in religion free zones.
And heres the difference. They didnt do it in the *name of Atheism* lol. Atheism is a lake of belief, and beliefs define your actions. Sorry but religion continues to be the number one killer and war starter to this day, so no comparison there lol.

Besides, the regimes that did all that murdering didnt want the regional religion getting in the way of their power. Some people just dont like to share :[

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Post #43 is all I have to say. I know many Democrats on here that claim to be Republican, yet never seem to support Republican political thinking. Does that make them Republican anyway?
Only a home schooled teabag troglodyte could come up with this concept.

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I said the 20th century and the only real religion icon Adolf Hitler had was himself.
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Nice try :)
Hitler proclaimed himself a Cristian. Nice try :]

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AND, it is made even clearer by the discussion above that Atheism IS a religion, with adherents who get very upset with any who question it, just like Liberals do.
Atheism and Liberalism are BOTH religions, belief systems not subject to proof or disproof, only to defense by declaring any who disagree to be EVIL. Unfortunately, while atheism will probably never make it into the public schools, Liberalism dominates there.
If you really want to be non-religious, you need to be an agnostic pragmatist.
I personally do get upset talking about it, b ut it does get tiring when you have to correct people constantly about what atheism is. One of those things being Atheism isnt a religion. Your lack of belief isnt a belief system lol

And yes Atheism is in the schools and all around us with the lack of belief in the infinite amount of gods out there lol.

Last of all most people get agnostic wrong. Agnosticism pertains to *knowledge*. Its the idea of can something be known about something. Can there be knowledge of god. So in that aspect you can be an agnostic theist or Atheist, or a Gnostic theist or Atheist.

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The USSR - 40 million dead
Red China - 60 - 85 million dead
Cambodia - 1/3 of the population dead
Nazi Germany - 13 million dead in the Holocaust, 40 million war dead
ALL are/were atheistic
ALL engaged in the wholesale slaughter of tens of millions
And all *NOT in the name of Atheism*.

Do you get the difference yet between that and the wholesale killing in the name of a particular religion??

Oh and I think you might be lying about the Germany one, or REALLY misinformed lol.

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I know of no record where Adolf Hitler attended a prayer meet, regularly tended church or even lead a prayer before a battle and I have read extensive documentation on the man. Einstein also referred to "God" but never viewed "God" as some sort of defined personality, just an undefined concept.
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Adolf Hitler used God like American Liberal/Progressives use false modesty.
OH hell I can set the bullshit bar higher than that if ya wanna go that route lol

Hitler never took the cristian blood test so he was never a *confirmed* cristian!!

Checkmate Atheists!!
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Atheism doesn't have dogma isn't a religon and we're not immoral and you are a hatefull lying bigot!
Doesn't have dogma? So, you're admitting you have no principles or are you admitting that the principle atheists go by that "god doesn't exist" is a LIE?

Do you even know what 'dogma' means?

Not immoral is bullshit too - somebody with "morals" doesn't lie. As for calling people "hateful lying bigots" even though it's you atheists that are spreading the most hate against those who happen to different beliefs than you.

You're a living, breathing contradiction.

Get a clue before you post complete bullshit stupid.
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OH hell I can set the bullshit bar higher than that if ya wanna go that route lol
Hitler never took the cristian blood test so he was never a *confirmed* cristian!!
Checkmate Atheists!!
Religion had nothing to do with the attrocities that Hitler chose to commit.

Hitler did those things himself and of his own free will.

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