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"Faith: not wanting to know what is true." - Friedrich Nietzsche
"Christianity… is an old metaphysical fiction, stuffed with fables, contradictions and absurdities: it was spawned in the fevered imagination of the Orientals, and then spread to our Europe, where some fanatics espoused it, where some intriguers pretended to be convinced by it and where some imbeciles actually believed it."
— Frederick the Great, King of Prussia (1740–1786), quoted in Niall Ferguson’s superb history Civilization: The West and the Rest.
Freddy the G did not mince words. Not that I necessarily approve of what he said, but you have to admit it's kind of funny. He's probably rotting in hell right now.