Why Atheism Will Replace Religion

Why Atheism Will Replace Religion

There are 14736 comments on the News24 story from Aug 27, 2012, titled Why Atheism Will Replace Religion. In it, News24 reports that:

Please note that for this article "Atheism" also includes agnostics, deists, pagans, wiccans... in other words non-religious.

You will notice this is a statement of fact. And to be fact it is supported by evidence (see references below). Now you can have "faith" that this is not true, but by the very definition of faith, that is just wishful thinking.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at News24.

Thinking

Lymington, UK

#13388 Jul 17, 2013
So blubber, are you saying it was some other taqiyya cu*t posting as "ezdidit" that wrote the DNA sentience lie in post 13376?
ezdzit wrote:
<quoted text>
You're hallucinating. Are you stoned again, bubba?
Dak-Original

Slough, UK

#13389 Jul 17, 2013
ezdzit wrote:
<quoted text>
Science doesn't know and cannot say for sure what DNA does or how its involved in inherited traits. Your claim that it does know, i.e. that DNA is "the primary protein encoding molecule in genetics and evolution" is simply wishful thinking----not scientific fact.
Rubbish. There are sequences and patterns which can be traced backwards. You wouldnot know the scientific fact if it stood on you feet! You are talking about your wishful thinking that "truth" claims of a faith are not negated.
Dak-Original

Slough, UK

#13390 Jul 17, 2013
ezdzit wrote:
<quoted text>
No. Global boundaries were already redefined back in 1948 based upon zionazi LIES about ancestral and cultural ties to the land of Canaan. And, redefining those boundaries has made a huge mess.
Balfour declaration was post WW1 and Jews had settled in Palestine from then onwards. Influx was post WW2 in 1945.

“Liberty & Justice For All”

Since: Aug 11

United States of America

#13391 Jul 17, 2013
Thinking wrote:
So blubber, are you saying it was some other taqiyya cu*t posting as "ezdidit" that wrote the DNA sentience lie in post 13376?
<quoted text>
Ask yo mama read the post to you and explain what "it" refers to, bubba.

“Educating the uneducated”

Since: Aug 12

Montreal

#13392 Jul 17, 2013
ezdzit wrote:
<quoted text>Ask yo mama read the post to you and explain what "it" refers to, bubba.
In other words, you have no idea how to tell the truth.

“Liberty & Justice For All”

Since: Aug 11

United States of America

#13393 Jul 17, 2013
Dak-Original wrote:
<quoted text>
Balfour declaration was post WW1 and Jews had settled in Palestine from then onwards. Influx was post WW2 in 1945.
Inane and irrelevant to the issue of the Israeli zionazi's claim that they as "Jews" have any ancestral ties or any kind of "historical right" to lands which belong to Palestinian Arabs.

Get it?

Since: Mar 11

Henderson, KY

#13394 Jul 17, 2013
Yawn... Those Israelis have been there far too long now. The majority of it's population was born there and has never known another place. Sorry you can't just run them all out of there this late. Might as well learn to get along with them and accept it for what it is.
ezdzit wrote:
<quoted text>Inane and irrelevant to the issue of the Israeli zionazi's claim that they as "Jews" have any ancestral ties or any kind of "historical right" to lands which belong to Palestinian Arabs.

Get it?
Thinking

Lymington, UK

#13396 Jul 18, 2013
More taqiyya, blubber boy.
ezdzit wrote:
<quoted text>
Ask yo mama read the post to you and explain what "it" refers to, bubba.
Dak-Original

Slough, UK

#13397 Jul 18, 2013
ezdzit wrote:
<quoted text>
Inane and irrelevant to the issue of the Israeli zionazi's claim that they as "Jews" have any ancestral ties or any kind of "historical right" to lands which belong to Palestinian Arabs.
Get it?
Crazy one fails to detect a response to his own post and then wrongly describes my post as "irrelevant"! There were also few Palestinian Jews before WW1!
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#13398 Jul 18, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
Yawn... Those Israelis have been there far too long now. The majority of it's population was born there and has never known another place. Sorry you can't just run them all out of there this late. Might as well learn to get along with them and accept it for what it is.
<quoted text>
What about those Palestinians who were living there for 50 odd generations? You did not wait for even one second to turn them out, why all these "milk of human kindness" is flowing for Jews?

You should use the same logic for both cases. Not tilt your scale in one direction.
Dak-Original

Slough, UK

#13400 Jul 18, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
What about those Palestinians who were living there for 50 odd generations? You did not wait for even one second to turn them out, why all these "milk of human kindness" is flowing for Jews?
You should use the same logic for both cases. Not tilt your scale in one direction.
Palestinians of 50 generations included "Arabs" of Islamic, Christian and Jewish faiths. However, the Arabic culture/language lot did not include those few Jews. Remember the socialist ?George Habbash who led one of Palestinian rights movement in early days!
However the jihadist have pushed the agenda for an Islamic Palestine and if it was not so then today we would have a functioning UN member called Palestine with all of west bank except for Jerusalem as former US President Clinton managed to persuade Israel to that extent. opportunity lost due to the Islamists!
Dak-Original

Slough, UK

#13401 Jul 18, 2013
Any modern nation can only exist if faith matters are viewed as personal. Even a devout faith follower should have right to change his/her opinion/mind about the faith. Rights of each individual should be protected. Can MUQ likes assure minority on equal treatment in politicised Islamic nation? Our observations on events inform us better on the topic.

“Blue Collar Philosopher”

Since: Nov 08

Texas, USA

#13402 Jul 18, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
What about those Palestinians who were living there for 50 odd generations? You did not wait for even one second to turn them out, why all these "milk of human kindness" is flowing for Jews?
You should use the same logic for both cases. Not tilt your scale in one direction.
01 I 'feel sorry' for the Palestinians. I actually 'feel sorry' for anybody that can't wake up in the morning, have a little breakfast, send their kids off to school, go to work somewhere and make an honest living and have a reasonable expectation of being able to do it all again tomorrow. I don't think anybody living in the state of Israel can do that ... regardless of what race or which religion.

02 I cannot imagine a state, nation or government whose ultimate goal would not be the establishment and maintenance of such a society. The means to this end vary, of course, from the sublime to the ridiculous but nobody could want constant TURMOIL and VIOLENCE. I mean, even the Taliban want a country of placid, pliable, peaceful headbanging godbots as opposed to a bunch of suicidal maniacs.

03 When you look at the demographics of Israel, only about half the population is 'Jewish'. Like the USA, they seem to be something of a "melting pot". I presume that, like the USA, these diverse peoples are coming there seeking some kind of security and a better life. I also presume, that people are free to leave Israel whenever they choose.

04 With these things in mind, I have a hard time blaming Israel or 'the Jews' for the state of affairs as they exist in the Middle East today. They are surrounded by nations whose religion dominated governments seem to hate them 'just because they exist'. You don't have to have some kind of a 'phobia' to see this.

“Liberty & Justice For All”

Since: Aug 11

United States of America

#13403 Jul 18, 2013
RHill wrote:
<quoted text>
01 I 'feel sorry' for the Palestinians. I actually 'feel sorry' for anybody that can't wake up in the morning, have a little breakfast, send their kids off to school, go to work somewhere and make an honest living and have a reasonable expectation of being able to do it all again tomorrow. I don't think anybody living in the state of Israel can do that ... regardless of what race or which religion.
02 I cannot imagine a state, nation or government whose ultimate goal would not be the establishment and maintenance of such a society. The means to this end vary, of course, from the sublime to the ridiculous but nobody could want constant TURMOIL and VIOLENCE. I mean, even the Taliban want a country of placid, pliable, peaceful headbanging godbots as opposed to a bunch of suicidal maniacs.
03 When you look at the demographics of Israel, only about half the population is 'Jewish'. Like the USA, they seem to be something of a "melting pot". I presume that, like the USA, these diverse peoples are coming there seeking some kind of security and a better life. I also presume, that people are free to leave Israel whenever they choose.
04 With these things in mind, I have a hard time blaming Israel or 'the Jews' for the state of affairs as they exist in the Middle East today. They are surrounded by nations whose religion dominated governments seem to hate them 'just because they exist'. You don't have to have some kind of a 'phobia' to see this.
LOL

Within seven years, the "Jewish state of Israel" will begin to disappear because Israeli Arab citizens, Christians and Muslims, will become the new majority voters in Israel.

Just think, after 2020, you get to sympathize with all the HOMELESS lying, thieving, murdering Ashkenazi terrorists, bubba.


“Blue Collar Philosopher”

Since: Nov 08

Texas, USA

#13404 Jul 18, 2013
ezdzit wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL
Within seven years, the "Jewish state of Israel" will begin to disappear because Israeli Arab citizens, Christians and Muslims, will become the new majority voters in Israel.
Just think, after 2020, you get to sympathize with all the HOMELESS lying, thieving, murdering Ashkenazi terrorists, bubba.
Yeah. Right. Nothing like a good Muslim "election" to bring peace and prosperity. Think you can keep your panties out of a wad until then?

“Liberty & Justice For All”

Since: Aug 11

United States of America

#13405 Jul 18, 2013
RHill wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah. Right. Nothing like a good Muslim "election" to bring peace and prosperity. Think you can keep your panties out of a wad until then?
LOL It's just going to be a plain ol' garden variety DEMOCRATIC election that will throw the lying, thieving, murdering Israeli Jew terrorists out of power, end apartheid, and bring peace at last to the Middle East, bubba.

Since: Mar 11

Henderson, KY

#13406 Jul 18, 2013
Those Palestinians are dead now the Israelis living there are not. We cannot change the past Muq. Also many Jews were living there years before Israel was reformed. The Arabs didn't mind because those people had no power.

Israel has given up land time and time again even forcing out their own people who were born and raised in that house and have their house and land to a Palestinian who had never stepped foot on the property. They have made such sacrifices so perhaps it's time for the Arabs to accept and appreciate those sacrifices and move on. Live and let live already.
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>What about those Palestinians who were living there for 50 odd generations? You did not wait for even one second to turn them out, why all these "milk of human kindness" is flowing for Jews?

You should use the same logic for both cases. Not tilt your scale in one direction.

Since: Mar 11

Henderson, KY

#13407 Jul 18, 2013
Very well said.
RHill wrote:
<quoted text>01 I 'feel sorry' for the Palestinians. I actually 'feel sorry' for anybody that can't wake up in the morning, have a little breakfast, send their kids off to school, go to work somewhere and make an honest living and have a reasonable expectation of being able to do it all again tomorrow. I don't think anybody living in the state of Israel can do that ... regardless of what race or which religion.

02 I cannot imagine a state, nation or government whose ultimate goal would not be the establishment and maintenance of such a society. The means to this end vary, of course, from the sublime to the ridiculous but nobody could want constant TURMOIL and VIOLENCE. I mean, even the Taliban want a country of placid, pliable, peaceful headbanging godbots as opposed to a bunch of suicidal maniacs.

03 When you look at the demographics of Israel, only about half the population is 'Jewish'. Like the USA, they seem to be something of a "melting pot". I presume that, like the USA, these diverse peoples are coming there seeking some kind of security and a better life. I also presume, that people are free to leave Israel whenever they choose.

04 With these things in mind, I have a hard time blaming Israel or 'the Jews' for the state of affairs as they exist in the Middle East today. They are surrounded by nations whose religion dominated governments seem to hate them 'just because they exist'. You don't have to have some kind of a 'phobia' to see this.

Since: Mar 11

Henderson, KY

#13408 Jul 18, 2013
How about Muslims stop blowing up daycares and just live in peace with their neighbors?
ezdzit wrote:
<quoted text>LOL It's just going to be a plain ol' garden variety DEMOCRATIC election that will throw the lying, thieving, murdering Israeli Jew terrorists out of power, end apartheid, and bring peace at last to the Middle East, bubba.
LCN Llin

United States

#13409 Jul 18, 2013
In what may be the most serious allegation ever made against the former Secretary of State, F*x News Channel reported today that Hillary Clinton was involved in the conspiracy to murder President Abraham Lincoln.

The latest charge against Mrs. Clinton was reported by Fox host Sean Hannity, who said that the evidence of her role in the Lincoln assassination came mainly in the form of e-mails.

According to Mr. Hannity,“If it’s true that Hillary Clinton killed Lincoln, this could have a major impact on her chances in 2016.”

The accusation against Mrs. Clinton drew a strong response from Sen. Lindsey Graham (R.—S. Carolina):“There’s been a concerted effort by Hillary Clinton to cover up her role in President Lincoln’s murder. She has said nothing about it. This is bigger than Watergate, the Cuban missile crisis, and the Second World War put together.”

Responding to the allegation, Mrs. Clinton issued a terse statement indicating that she could not have participated in Lincoln’s assassination because she was born in 1947.

“That’s what she wants us to believe,” Sen. Graham said.

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