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#1 Jan 7, 2013
Africa is the most religious continent in the world. Religion in Africa is all-encompassing in individuals and society alike. Colonialists (mainly Arabs and Whites) have done a remarkable job in making the African a religious zealot whose life consists of praying and appeasing an unknown entity while those who brought the religions have largely moved on advancement. Africans wait for some messiah to come galloping down through the clouds to save them and repair the damages caused by their immense stupidity.

Religion has clearly stunted individual and societal progress in Africa. African children are encouraged to memorize Bible/Quranic verses rather than learn basic knowledge in terms of; science, history, reason and knowledge useful for daily life. Fealty to gods dwarfs common sense and logic. Religion has been instrumental in hindering development in Africa and used by leaders as means to gain and sustain power. When in fact no country has ever developed by gods. Ironically Africans spend considerable time in mythical and supernaturals, for and against (curses, gods, demons, angels, etc), when religion on Africa is like a curse.

This is evident in many African countries where Abrahamic religions dominate daily life as it once has in the 7th century Arabia or Europe. While Arabs are currently on course to obtain the highest education, Muslim Africans are trying to go back in time, against all advancement, to live like Arabs in the 7th century in the desert. African Christians are now sending missionaries to Europe to bring back Christianity to the Europeans. None Africans view religion as an antiquated institution in which logic, common sense and healthy skepticism have no place and where superstitions and celestial dictatorship stunt cognitive development through child abuse. For Africans it holds true and life is the periphery to the center of religion. Africans commonly behave as though they are on drugs when it comes to religion.

If religions were useful Africa would have been a superpower by now. However, Africans typically point out the societal flaws of the developed nations to escape their downtrodden religious life. Which, of course, has bearing on the subjection matter of religion's curtailment of social and economic development.
thehassanabdi

UK

#2 Jan 7, 2013
IslamRapesTheMind wrote:
Africa is the most religious continent in the world. Religion in Africa is all-encompassing in individuals and society alike. Colonialists (mainly Arabs and Whites) have done a remarkable job in making the African a religious zealot whose life consists of praying and appeasing an unknown entity while those who brought the religions have largely moved on advancement. Africans wait for some messiah to come galloping down through the clouds to save them and repair the damages caused by their immense stupidity.
Religion has clearly stunted individual and societal progress in Africa. African children are encouraged to memorize Bible/Quranic verses rather than learn basic knowledge in terms of; science, history, reason and knowledge useful for daily life. Fealty to gods dwarfs common sense and logic. Religion has been instrumental in hindering development in Africa and used by leaders as means to gain and sustain power. When in fact no country has ever developed by gods. Ironically Africans spend considerable time in mythical and supernaturals, for and against (curses, gods, demons, angels, etc), when religion on Africa is like a curse.
This is evident in many African countries where Abrahamic religions dominate daily life as it once has in the 7th century Arabia or Europe. While Arabs are currently on course to obtain the highest education, Muslim Africans are trying to go back in time, against all advancement, to live like Arabs in the 7th century in the desert. African Christians are now sending missionaries to Europe to bring back Christianity to the Europeans. None Africans view religion as an antiquated institution in which logic, common sense and healthy skepticism have no place and where superstitions and celestial dictatorship stunt cognitive development through child abuse. For Africans it holds true and life is the periphery to the center of religion. Africans commonly behave as though they are on drugs when it comes to religion.
If religions were useful Africa would have been a superpower by now. However, Africans typically point out the societal flaws of the developed nations to escape their downtrodden religious life. Which, of course, has bearing on the subjection matter of religion's curtailment of social and economic development.
Mr Baboon aka insearch-of aka chottomatte aka sheikh voodoo aka COPY and PASTE,where did you copy these trash? Can't you come up with anything of your own?what an atheist she-male moron.Yeah people are religious,we love our religions why should that be of any concern to you?
Inquisitor

Hamilton, Canada

#3 Jan 7, 2013
This is an interesting post, albeit one with a misleading tittle. A more apt tittle may have been "Religion in Africa" as you really don't get into the "why". That is just a tangential observation.

I have to say, I agree with most of your post but I think you put too heavy a load on just religion. In my estimation, the problem isn't religion, it is the type of thinking religion engenders. That is to say, it didn't necessarily have to be religion, it could have and can be any dogma that inhibits skepticism.

When the colonizers came to Africa and told the 'savage' natives that their language, traditions, dress, gods, customs, currency, laws, etc etc etc just weren't good enough, this left Africa in a sort of mind-warp. A identity purgatory where you were left equating success to similarity to the colonizer. This is an destructive mindset that is passed down from parent to child. In my opinion, skepticism is the only possible solution to this. We have to be skeptical of the very foundations our society and identity is built on. However, with the steel trap of religion creating a block, we are left with a society where success is defined by your likeness to 7th century arabs or dress wearing catholics.

I think this combination of the mind-fuck that is colonization and the intellect killing properties of religion, leaves Africa in this lurch. It also explains the difference between Africa and a SUPER religiouc continent like North America.

Thanks for a thought provoking post.
thehassanabdi

UK

#4 Jan 7, 2013
Inquisitor wrote:
This is an interesting post, albeit one with a misleading tittle. A more apt tittle may have been "Religion in Africa" as you really don't get into the "why". That is just a tangential observation.
I have to say, I agree with most of your post but I think you put too heavy a load on just religion. In my estimation, the problem isn't religion, it is the type of thinking religion engenders. That is to say, it didn't necessarily have to be religion, it could have and can be any dogma that inhibits skepticism.
When the colonizers came to Africa and told the 'savage' natives that their language, traditions, dress, gods, customs, currency, laws, etc etc etc just weren't good enough, this left Africa in a sort of mind-warp. A identity purgatory where you were left equating success to similarity to the colonizer. This is an destructive mindset that is passed down from parent to child. In my opinion, skepticism is the only possible solution to this. We have to be skeptical of the very foundations our society and identity is built on. However, with the steel trap of religion creating a block, we are left with a society where success is defined by your likeness to 7th century arabs or dress wearing catholics.
I think this combination of the mind-fuck that is colonization and the intellect killing properties of religion, leaves Africa in this lurch. It also explains the difference between Africa and a SUPER religiouc continent like North America.
Thanks for a thought provoking post.
Why are you talking to yourself? Get help ASAP
Mogadishu Royalty

Edmonton, UK

#5 Jan 7, 2013
Since when were African slaves religious? They have no respect for themselves let alone a deity.

Since: Aug 12

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#6 Jan 7, 2013
Inquisitor wrote:
This is an interesting post, albeit one with a misleading tittle. A more apt tittle may have been "Religion in Africa" as you really don't get into the "why". That is just a tangential observation.
I have to say, I agree with most of your post but I think you put too heavy a load on just religion. In my estimation, the problem isn't religion, it is the type of thinking religion engenders. That is to say, it didn't necessarily have to be religion, it could have and can be any dogma that inhibits skepticism.
When the colonizers came to Africa and told the 'savage' natives that their language, traditions, dress, gods, customs, currency, laws, etc etc etc just weren't good enough, this left Africa in a sort of mind-warp. A identity purgatory where you were left equating success to similarity to the colonizer. This is an destructive mindset that is passed down from parent to child. In my opinion, skepticism is the only possible solution to this. We have to be skeptical of the very foundations our society and identity is built on. However, with the steel trap of religion creating a block, we are left with a society where success is defined by your likeness to 7th century arabs or dress wearing catholics.
I think this combination of the mind-fuck that is colonization and the intellect killing properties of religion, leaves Africa in this lurch. It also explains the difference between Africa and a SUPER religiouc continent like North America.
Thanks for a thought provoking post.
Thanks for expanding on the topic.

My intent was to draw attention to the issue first and foremost. Africa is religious because of colonialists and remains so because Africans haven't evolved from the rut of religiosity. To even discuss religion with the average African is a no-go area. Africans are religious because of poverty and ignorance, two elements religions gestate. There are more churches and mosques than universities. No society develops without healthy skepticism.

I encourage all others to extrapolate on this subject and present their views. Those mentally and emotionally mature only please.
Ruby

London, UK

#8 Jan 7, 2013
Can you please give us some evidence to back up you're claim about Africa being the most religious continent in the world.

But assuming you're claims were right, then how would you explain the economic rise of South America in the last few decades. Christianity plays a significant role in a lot of the countries in South America. This hasn't seemed to halt their economic aspirations

Maybe you're analysis of the problems facing Africa are a bit simplistic.
huolo

Bristol, UK

#9 Jan 7, 2013
Ruby wrote:
Can you please give us some evidence to back up you're claim about Africa being the most religious continent in the world.
But assuming you're claims were right, then how would you explain the economic rise of South America in the last few decades. Christianity plays a significant role in a lot of the countries in South America. This hasn't seemed to halt their economic aspirations
Maybe you're analysis of the problems facing Africa are a bit simplistic.
This is Atheist we're talking about. All they do is rant and rave, seldomly posting any facts. Facts are a foreign thing to them. They rely on stereotypes.
haha

Guelph, Canada

#10 Jan 7, 2013
I think you should do some more research. The pop so revered in Christianity is in Europe. The two largest annual religious gatherings in the world are in Saudi and India.

by the way I am religious alhamdullilah
Ruby

London, UK

#11 Jan 7, 2013
@huolo

I think you might be right. These people aren't even trying to make sense!

Their anti-religion rhetoric has made them completely illogical. I think around 76% of the population in Brazil are Catholics. The country doesn't even allow abortions to take place, unless the mother's life is at risk. But they have overtaken the United Kingdom as the 6th largest economy in the world. If religion is what is holding back Africa, how comes it has'n had the same affect in South America?

Back to the drawing boards for our atheist friends LOL

Inquisitor

Hamilton, Canada

#14 Jan 7, 2013
Ruby wrote:
Can you please give us some evidence to back up you're claim about Africa being the most religious continent in the world.
But assuming you're claims were right, then how would you explain the economic rise of South America in the last few decades. Christianity plays a significant role in a lot of the countries in South America. This hasn't seemed to halt their economic aspirations
Maybe you're analysis of the problems facing Africa are a bit simplistic.
I know you didn't ask me directly, but I would love to take a shot at answering the question.

The claim "Africa is the most religious continent in the world" is a qualitative one based largely on a subjective definition of most. However, according to Galup polling, we know things like 12 out of the top 20 nations whose citizens think religion is very important are from Africa (inversely and interestingly, countries whose citizens deemed religion as least important came from some of the nations with the highest standard of living). This poll is current and readily available on Google. Also, Africa has the highest concentration of nations whose population identify themselves as very religious. Again, this is a poll that is readily available through a cursory Google search.

We might disagree that this research suffices to quantify the subjective claim "Africa is the most religious continet in the world," but I think it moves us in that direction. However, then I must ask; if polls do not satisfy you as adequate evidence, what would satisfy you as evidence?

Your second point is confusing. You admit that for a long period of time South America was impovrished but then claim a sort of economic boom in recent years do to Christianity? I may be missing the point you are trying to make here.

The South American nations that are wealthy now have been wealthy for a long time. Why? Natural resources. Brazil exports lumber, water, oil, natural gas, iron ore. Venezuela is one of the largest oil producers in the world. Argentina is a leader in mineral exports. You are right that religion has done little to quell this growth of industry. You are right that religion did little to slow these industries, but the same is true of the middle east. That doesn't mean that they are progressive economies. It certainly doesn't mean that the citizens have a high standard of living. It means wealthy governments and foreign investors.

I am not arguing that religion destroys everything, I am just saying that skeptical rational evidence based thought is the only way forward. This requires us to consider things soberly and without bias. Religion is a great impediment to that mode of thinking because it requires faith in an infallible dogma, in other words, it burdens the individual with an unshakeable bias.
shut up

London, UK

#15 Jan 7, 2013
the ancient egyptians built the worlds most amazing and strong structures that still stand to day...the great pyramid of giza was built with over a million blocks each weighing tons with such precision accuracy with primative tools..japanese egineers tried to remake it with hi tech modern tools but failed miserably

the ancient egyptians were masters in algebra and sacred geomtry but at the same time they worshipped the sun and cats lol...religion has nothing to do with africas demise..africa is suffering from the hand of zionists and their pets...religion is what diffrentiates us from animals..a man with no religion is like animal who eats sleeps and mates...if it wasnt for islamic scientist you wouldn't be using a computer today ,ever heard of ALGORITHM ?

algorithm is mathematics and computer science, an algorithm is a step-by-step procedure for calculations. Algorithms are used for calculation, data processing, and automated reasoning.

More precisely, an algorithm is an effective method expressed as a finite list of well-defined instructions for calculating a function. Starting from an initial state and initial input (perhaps empty),] the instructions describe a computation that, when executed, will proceed through a finite number of well-defined successive states, eventually producing "output" and terminating at a final ending state. The transition from one state to the next is not necessarily deterministic; some algorithms, known as randomized algorithms, incorporate random input.

Though al-Khwārizmī 's algorism referred only to the rules of performing arithmetic using Hindu-Arabic numerals, a partial formalization of what would become the modern algorithm began with attempts to solve the Entscheidungsproblem (the "decision problem") posed by David Hilbert in 1928. Subsequent formalizations were framed as attempts to define "effective calculability"[8] or "effective method";[9] those formalizations included the Gödel–Herbrand–Kleene recursive functions of 1930, 1934 and 1935, Alonzo Church's lambda calculus of 1936, Emil Post's "Formulation 1" of 1936, and Alan Turing's Turing machines of 1936–7 and 1939. Giving a formal definition of algorithms, corresponding to the intuitive notion, remains a challenging problem.

al khawarizmi was the man who layed the first stepping stone to modern algorithm..the europeans call it algorithm al khawarizmi pronounced by his european students.

muslim scientist pathed the way for you to use a computer and you use it to diss their faith lol what a arrogant biatch you are ..not everthing was invented by the west or atheis haha you tell people to learn history but it looks your the who lacks knowledge ..doqon !

p.s islam helps the mind...in your case it cures the mind !
shut up

London, UK

#16 Jan 7, 2013
the europeans were taught al gebra by muslim scholars..the first alchemist were muslim chemist..the europeans read the highly esteemed mathematician al-jabra books they calls his methods 'algebra maths..hell muslim chemist even masterd the art of alcohol making and taught the west lol...alcohol is arabic they called it al-qohol lol everthing the west claims comes from religious countries especially middle eastern area isku xishood if you hate muslim so much why use their inventions ? you can start by tossing that dusty computer youve abused so much hahaha
Ruby

London, UK

#17 Jan 8, 2013
''according to Galup polling, we know things like 12 out of the top 20 nations whose citizens think religion is very important are from Africa''

If this is the criteria in which you wish to measure how religious a continent or country is, then countries like the United States would probably rank quite high up in terms of religious affiliation and importance. Religion is important to a lot of people. Are you willing to claim that religion has ''stunted'' individual and societal progress in the US. Because this is what the original poster claimed. He made a direct link between Africa's socio-economic problems and religion. Unfair trading policies or the widespread economic exploitation from Western countries takes a back seat in his analysis of the current situation in Africa. I'm not an expert, but this sound ridiculous

''The South American nations that are wealthy now have been wealthy for a long time. Why? Natural resources''

Is Africa lacking in natural resources? I used South America as a deliberate example. Both continents are rich in natural resources and both continents value religion. So why is it that one continent has developed economically, and the other has remained stagnated? His arguments don't make sense to me!

''Religion is a great impediment to that mode of thinking because it requires faith in an infallible dogma''

There's nothing rational about this statement. At best its speculative, and at worst its propaganda pushed by a certain sect within the new atheist movement.



Since: Dec 12

Melbourne, Australia

#18 Jan 8, 2013
Two points I wish to add to this thread;

Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa once said,“When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land. They said,'Let us pray.' We closed our eyes. When we opened them we had the Bible and they had the land.”
Same with Islam.

A decade ago, in a Cairo conference which discussed the devastation and solutions to Aids in the African continent, the Christian Churches led by the Catholic Church in concert with Islamic scholars representing the Organisation of Islamic Council condemned the proposed HIV prevention practices by the use of condoms. They condemned the infected people and downplayed the impact of the disease it had on society by declaring the disease as one for sinners or, the immoral and saw it as God's way of punishing wicked people. The proposal was defeated. Since then, how many millions of Africans have contracted and died from HIV? The South Americans rejected the Church's proposal.

It is Africa's poverty that leads to a huge gap in education between continents that would enable it to be more religious than others because religion provides emotional boost to the poor Africans.

"A newly released study from the Gallup organization, based on surveys in 114 countries in 2009, shows globally 84 percent of people say religion is an important part of their daily lives. But what’s really interesting about the study is this:

“Each of the most religious countries is relatively poor, with a per-capita GDP below $5,000,” Gallup analysts state.“This reflects the strong relationship between a country’s socioeconomic status and the religiosity of its residents. In the world’s poorest countries — those with average per-capita incomes of $2,000 or lower — the median proportion who say religion is important in their daily lives is 95 percent. In contrast, the median for the richest countries — those with average per-capita incomes higher than $25,000 — is 47 percent.”

Read more at http://www.eurweb.com/2010/09/poor-people-are...

Since: Dec 12

Dublin, Ireland

#19 Jan 8, 2013
Ruby wrote:
@huolo
I think you might be right. These people aren't even trying to make sense!
Their anti-religion rhetoric has made them completely illogical. I think around 76% of the population in Brazil are Catholics. The country doesn't even allow abortions to take place, unless the mother's life is at risk. But they have overtaken the United Kingdom as the 6th largest economy in the world. If religion is what is holding back Africa, how comes it has'n had the same affect in South America?
Back to the drawing boards for our atheist friends LOL
obviously its too simplistic that way, i will prove to you that its at least 90% religion, with some history, statistics and little, politics etc.

first im gonna start with statistics.

lesson 1:

gallup poll (world renawned most government and private agencies use for gathering data).

http://www.gallup.com/poll/114211/Alabamians-...

if you kindly look at the top 11 countries who put emphasis on religion (ie. extremely involved in their daily life) in the world.

we see that we can see that:

A) 7 out of 11 countries are located in africa.
B) all the african countries (or all the countries if u wish but we will focus on africa only, cause im not the type that takes arguments every where just to win them ) are economically just SHIT except for egypt, but since the muslim brother hood has taken over, it doesnt take a rocket scientist to see where this is headed.
C)we observe that there is no latin countries on the list (surprise!)

now let look at most least religious or the least influenced by religion, we can see:
A)we can see that 8/11 are very prosperous, with the exception of mongolia, azerbajan, belarus.

B)the reason for this is those 3 countries are LANDLOCKED countries.(if u dont know what landlocked then google it).
C) again we can observe that there is no latin countries there.

here is another another statistics from wikipeda.(wikipeda is not the most reliable source but u can always check the refrences at the bottom, so just scroll down)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Importance_of_re...

if look at the list u can clearly see that there is no latin american countries until you count to 53 which is Paraguay.

can you guess how many african countries are in the 53 before we get to the FIRST latin american country?

here is another one from wikipedia.....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_religiou...

references at the bottom.

Since: Dec 12

Dublin, Ireland

#20 Jan 8, 2013
conclusion: there are NO latin american countries that beat african countries in the level of religiosity in any poll or study.

Since: Dec 12

Dublin, Ireland

#21 Jan 8, 2013
Ruby wrote:
@huolo
I think you might be right. These people aren't even trying to make sense!
Their anti-religion rhetoric has made them completely illogical. I think around 76% of the population in Brazil are Catholics. The country doesn't even allow abortions to take place, unless the mother's life is at risk. But they have overtaken the United Kingdom as the 6th largest economy in the world. If religion is what is holding back Africa, how comes it has'n had the same affect in South America?
Back to the drawing boards for our atheist friends LOL
lesson number 2:

politics:

most latin american countries were poor right until 1950's when comunism arrived and socialism began to be known, but the progress was halted by many coup etats in the early 60's and 70's from dictators the most famous or infoumous i should say was the one in chile 1974.

from late 1970s to early 1990s latin america had little progress and high poverty rate etc, in fact latin american the debt the accumalted in that time was so massive that the current president of ecuador Rafael Correa had to declare Ecuador's national debt illegitimate, based on the argument that it was odious debt contracted by corrupt and despotic prior regimes, he had to fight the banks in international courts and he won.

NOW, since 1995 the whole poltical system of latin america started to change, began to change, more and more left wing, socialist leaders started to win elections, in fact since 1999, 16 socialist leaders have been elected, this called the "pink tide".

Venezuela: Hugo Chávez (1999–)
Chile: Ricardo Lagos (2000–2006), Michelle Bachelet (2006–2010)
Argentina: Néstor Kirchner (2003–2007), Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (2007–)
Brazil: Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (2003–2010), Dilma Rousseff (2010–)
Uruguay: Tabaré Vázquez (2005–2010), José Mujica (2010–)
Bolivia: Evo Morales (2006–)
Honduras: Manuel Zelaya (2006–2010)
Nicaragua: Daniel Ortega (2007–)
Ecuador: Rafael Correa (2007–)
Paraguay: Fernando Lugo (2008–2012)
El Salvador: Mauricio Funes (2009–)
Peru: Ollanta Humala (2011–)

so what is socialism you ask?

a theory or system of social organization that advocates the vesting of the ownership and control of the means of production and distribution, of capital, land, etc., in the community as a whole.(its more complicated than that, but thats best i can do)

and it was started by karl marx, ok now lets look at what socialism think of religion, the best person to describe this is Vladimir lenin in his 1905 publish :

" Religion must be declared a private affair. In these words socialists usually express their attitude towards religion. But the meaning of these words should be accurately defined to prevent any misunderstanding. We demand that religion be held a private affair so far as the state is concerned. But by no means can we consider religion a private affair so far as our Party is concerned. Religion must be of no concern to the state, and religious societies must have no connection with governmental authority".

in other word RELIGION AND STATE MUST BE SEPARATE.

and since 1995 latin american countries were beginning to become more socialist again for the first time in since the 50's introducing more and more socialist policies.

conclusion: the population of latin america maybe religious (definitely not like the way you make them out to be) but they are religious still, but that fact is IRRELEVANT because they dont go to meeting and discuss religious afairs and they dont take advice or hire people from religious groups i.e churchs, priest, etc

right now there are no 100% socialist countries, but most latin america countries have constitutional references to socialism, same with scandinavian countries.

african countries (you guessed it!) dont have any socialism , a bunch of dictator or constitutions based on theocracies.

Since: Dec 12

Dublin, Ireland

#22 Jan 8, 2013
Ruby wrote:
@huolo
I think you might be right. These people aren't even trying to make sense!
Their anti-religion rhetoric has made them completely illogical. I think around 76% of the population in Brazil are Catholics. The country doesn't even allow abortions to take place, unless the mother's life is at risk. But they have overtaken the United Kingdom as the 6th largest economy in the world. If religion is what is holding back Africa, how comes it has'n had the same affect in South America?
Back to the drawing boards for our atheist friends LOL
lesson 3:

religion effect on society,health and education sprinkled with colonialism.
(i'll make this short cause im tired)

health:
we all know aids is ravaging this continent, and this disease is slowly seeping into our country, the best form of protection the contenent has against this disease is contraception, but this widely condemned by the religious community, we have countless of shiekh and priests sent by the vatican and the house of al saud, with their propoganda on how you will go to hell if you use contraception.(seriously! if putting a bag over your cock, or a female using a pill to stop her self from contracting a disease whether its aids or a simple uraniry infaction, then just kill ur self)

Dr. Luc Montagnier co-founder of HIV and i quote " We should push for more, you know, a combination of measures; antioxidants, nutrition advice, nutritions, fighting other infections -- malaria, tuberculosis, parasitosis, worms -- education of course, genital hygiene for women and men also, very simple measures which [are] not very expensive, but which could do a lot. And this is my, actually my worry about the many spectacular action for the global funds to buy drugs and so on, and Bill Gates and so on, for the vaccine. But you know those kind of measures are not very well funded, they're not funded at all, or they are, you know, it really depends on the local government to take choice of this, but local governments they take advice of the scientific advisors from the intelligent institutions, and they don't get this kind of advice very often."

satans whore "Teressa" she's difinitly not a "mother", she has countless of institution in africa that but out daily propaganda that about contraception and sex education in general. these simple thing prevent spread of the disease but religious Zealots are every ear spreading bullshit propaganda wrapped with bullshit facts.

and dont get me started on how saudi arabia keeping sending us, lawyers, doctors, engineers, chemists,teachers........wait a minute!

the thing is somalia in the last 20 years became a synonym for islam.

im not gonna talk about colonialism, if u dont know its effect on africa then just dont bother replying.

conclusion.......90% of africas problems comes from religion in some form of another, whether its health, education (there is not one satellite or telescope any where in the muslim world and even the most religious christian countries), they are afraid god might look back at them lol, they are against science im sorry to say, christianity is very bad but islam goes to the next level.


in fact in 2010 i took my mother for umrah, i looked at some kids 2010 science text book, it mentioned pluto as a planet!!!! LMAO, they really need to update them selves, but im not gonna judge cause god said dont judge, right! lol

AFRICA'S failure 90% religion, but you just want cling on the word "entire" so u can provoke some argument, if you use your head you will realize that nothing is certain, and i promise you 400-500 years from now, probably even DEATH.

i dont expect a reply but if you are gonna do one please think it through, i dont want a waste of time troll.

waad mahadsantahay

Since: Dec 12

Dublin, Ireland

#23 Jan 8, 2013
lesson 3:

religion effect on society,health and education sprinkled with colonialism.
(i'll make this short cause im tired)

health:
we all know aids is ravaging this continent, and this disease is slowly seeping into our country, the best form of protection the contenent has against this disease is contraception, but this widely condemned by the religious community, we have countless of shiekh and priests sent by the vatican and the house of al saud, with their propoganda on how you will go to hell if you use contraception.(seriously! if putting a bag over your cock, or a female using a pill to stop her self from contracting a disease whether its aids or a simple uraniry infaction, then just kill ur self)

Dr. Luc Montagnier co-founder of HIV and i quote " We should push for more, you know, a combination of measures; antioxidants, nutrition advice, nutritions, fighting other infections -- malaria, tuberculosis, parasitosis, worms -- education of course, genital hygiene for women and men also, very simple measures which [are] not very expensive, but which could do a lot. And this is my, actually my worry about the many spectacular action for the global funds to buy drugs and so on, and Bill Gates and so on, for the vaccine. But you know those kind of measures are not very well funded, they're not funded at all, or they are, you know, it really depends on the local government to take choice of this, but local governments they take advice of the scientific advisors from the intelligent institutions, and they don't get this kind of advice very often."

satans whore "Teressa" she's difinitly not a "mother", she has countless of institution in africa that but out daily propaganda that about contraception and sex education in general. these simple thing prevent spread of the disease but religious Zealots are every ear spreading bullshit propaganda wrapped with bullshit facts.

and dont get me started on how saudi arabia keeping sending us, lawyers, doctors, engineers, chemists,teachers........wait a minute!

the thing is somalia in the last 20 years became a synonym for islam.

im not gonna talk about colonialism, if u dont know its effect on africa then just dont bother replying.

conclusion.......90% of africas problems comes from religion in some form of another, whether its health, education (there is not one satellite or telescope any where in the muslim world and even the most religious christian countries), they are afraid god might look back at them lol, they are against science im sorry to say, christianity is very bad but islam goes to the next level.


in fact in 2010 i took my mother for umrah, i looked at some kids 2010 science text book, it mentioned pluto as a planet!!!! LMAO, they really need to update them selves, but im not gonna judge cause god said dont judge, right! lol

AFRICA'S failure 90% religion, but you just want cling on the word "entire" so u can provoke some argument, if you use your head you will realize that nothing is certain, and i promise you 400-500 years from now, probably even DEATH.

i dont expect a reply but if you are gonna do one please think it through, i dont want a waste of time troll.

waad mahadsantahay

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