Cage Match: William Joyce v. ajwps

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    This ought to be good!
     
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    Popcorn! The match of the myopic! :cool:
     
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    No contest.

    William would only have to get up and yell "Vlasic pickles aren't kosher" and AJWPS would go into an apopleptic melt-down right on the spot.
     
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    Dam* coffee all over everything!
     
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    William Joyce - White Aryan Superman

    Geneology of Antisemitic White Supremacy

    See if you can find the resident haters of the scapegoats in the following chart.

    http://www.publiceye.org/racism/white-supremacy.html


     
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    Your turn, William !
     
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    Does anyone else see the irony in calling something 'Creativity' when the impetus for it's development is someone else's idea?
     
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    I see the irony in the claim that 'Creativity' (the destructon of anyone not like us) is a religion because it aspires to an understanding of the purpose of life, seeks transcendence, and has an articulated set of beliefs and rituals.

    What is the difference in a religion and a supremicist cult?
     
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    Divine guidance?

    Or does that even matter? I suppose if Scientology is a religion, anything suitably complicated can be a religion.
     
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    Does a religion need any divine guidance. In many respects atheism is a religion with a fixed set of dogma.

    By any definition atheism is a real religion.

    1) Belief that there is no supreme divinity

    2) Belief that existence was done in a long time and with random chances for everything to work out.

    3) Belief in one's self and one's own innate understanding of what is right and wrong.

    There are many more but time is limited.

    Atheism is a religion.....
     
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