Still alive, bitches!

According to an american engineer and a self-proclaimed evangelist Harold Camping the end of the world was supposed to begin today. Well, surprise surprise it hasn’t and we’re all still here.

I would just like to take this moment to say to mr. Camping: Fuck you and your brainless, baseless and moronic “theology.” These three songs illustrate my feelings perfectly.

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One Response to “Still alive, bitches!”

  1. Pandesmos Says:

    Something worth seeing by TheThinkingAtheist:

    Perhaps one of the most ingenious and pathetic apologies given by these doomsday soothsayers proclaimed that this ‘false prophet’ was actually a preliminary test made by God. This ‘phony Rapture’ was orchestrated so that He could see the ‘true Cry-es-thetans’ among the unbelievers and those paying but lip service. The TRUE Rapture will be brought about in December 22nd 2012.

    Needless to say, an all-knowing God conducting these kinds of field experiments is a testament of religious idiocy at its finest. “Oh no, there was no Rapture! But it’s alright, we can dump this prediction and calculate the next one even though this failure shows that the Bible is not infallible, or that it can be interpreted in ways fit for a lunatic!”
    It’s like being mugged by your friend and then say that he won’t do it again because friends do not mug each other.

    Another distrubing fact is that these true believers seem to be disappointed that the world did not go up in flames and earthquakes. They are honestly sad that they did not get bailed out to the Funny Farm while billions upon billions (I love you, Carl) of decent and amiable people would face terrible and violent deaths, if not total metaphysical oblivion.

    This cult to an ancient, vengeful death god of the deserts veils itself with a smoke screen of infinite love and endless rewards to the meek – precisely what I would do were I a horrible dictator hell-bent on eradicating all that opposes me while ensuring that no rebellious element makes its way into the ranks of my followers. Yet, as it is, these nihilists in the true sense of the word demand respect and defense from those insighful enough to see the puppeteer holding the lines – not a being of total power and perfect morality, but an unconscious evolutionary remnant; the fear of death and the unknown.

    The greatest paradox reveals itself here: their god, deservingly spelled without capital letters, is unknowable and delivers death at random – their god must, then, be seen as nature, revered in the vain hope that worship might appease the uncaring forces of the cosmos. The swiriling incense an offering to to gale and thunder, the burning calf tribute to rain and wheat. At least the Aztecs had the common courtesy of “keeping it real.”

    I mean, since the times of antiquity we have made enormous strides in science, culture and inter- and intranational law – one area that has been lacking in progress, unfortunately, is that of common sense and philosophy, especially teaching them to the masses. We ought well live in an era of debates, discovery and daring hearts – but, Athena have mercy, we have succumbed to a dark age of delusions, deceit and dogmatism.

    A philosopher’s universal call to arms, tally ho!

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