Tuesday, February 19, 2008

redirect 4

A brand new fundy, Jason, showed up on Tuesday to post on a December 2007 post global warming: cyclical or critical that was guest blogged by Richard.

Jason has a go at Richard and makes some wildly inaccurate assumptions about Richard's personal character and motivations. Anyone that has read Richard's comments here with any regularity will see the laughable falsity in them.

I find it interesting that Jason is yet another fundy who has created a profile just to post on my blog. When I first saw his name come up I was the first one to view his profile, which boringly enough has no personal details and probably never will. I wonder why he is hiding behind a throw-away persona. I wonder, but I don't care.

Some particularly revealing quotations from "Jason" include
I think Richard has become symbolic of all those who refuse to listen to reason. Nonsense is their anthem and ignorance their excuse.

BWAAHAHAHAHAHA. *wipes tears from eyes* Oh Jason you ignorant fundy, while Richard may have qualities that could earn him the spot of "poster boy" it certainly won't be for refusing to listen to reason.

Another little gem that shows Jason's profound ignorance...
It seems to me that the patrons of this site would oppose a society void of free will and innovation (especially Richard, who is ever so paranoid by the thought of a "socialist" conspiracy among environmentalists). But if this is true, then why is the creator of this page so opposed to the idea of a God who reigns without tyrrany? Sounds like a contradiction to me.

BWAHAHAAHAHA OH... OH.... Stop!!! I can't breathe!!! HAHAHAAHHAAHAHA

Jason- you fuckwitted tool. "Free will" is such a fundy way of speaking it is nearly a non-word particularly in the christian context of god granted free will. And is it possible to insert any more reversals into your thoughts? Twisting and turning this way and that. Good grief! Trying to parse what you said is like trying to unravel a cat's yarn ball. Not much point since it will just get tangled again.

Let's see if I can figure out what Jason is attempting to say... We (me and my faithful readers) are opposed to a tyranical and stagnant society (i.e. one void of free will and innovation). Ok. Yes. Essentially true.

Now the real gem, why am I (the creator of this blog) opposed to a god who reigns without tyranny?

BWAHAHAHAAHAAHAH!!! WITHOUT TYRANNY? GOD??? I have to assume Jason means the christian god of the bible. Jason. Have you ever read the bible? Without tyranny?????

*reaches for dictionary* And hey! Lucky you Jason, you're getting all 4 definitions of tyranny. Let's talk about god.

1) a government in which a single ruler is vested with absolute power

I recall the bible saying something like "I am the Lord your God, you shall have no other god before me". Do you really need the scriptural link for that notion? Sounds pretty absolute to me, not a lot of grey area there. In fact, wasn't Lucifer's big unforgivable sin that he claimed to be equal with god????

2) Absolute power especially when exercisesd unjustly or cruelly.
God kills 70,000 innocent people because David ordered a census of the people (1 Chronicles 21). God also orders the destruction of 60 cities so that the Israelites can live there. He orders the killing of all the men, women, and children of each city, and the looting of all of value (Deuteronomy 3). He orders another attack and the killing of “all the living creatures of the city: men and women, young, and old, as well as oxen sheep, and asses” (Joshua 6). I, Fiery, creator of this blog, denounce god as cruel and unjust for crimes comitted and attested to in his own divinely inspired book.

3) a tyrannical act
In Judges 21, He orders the murder of all the people of Jabesh-gilead, except for the virgin girls who were taken to be forcibly raped and married. When they wanted more virgins, God told them to hide alongside the road and when they saw a girl they liked, kidnap her and forcibly rape her and make her your wife! In 2 Kings 10:18-27, God orders the murder of all the worshipers of a different god in their very own church!

4) extreme harshness or severity; rigor.
In total God kills 371,186 people directly and orders another 1,862,265 people murdered. Satan's biblical tally of murders he is directly responsible for? 10. 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10. Ten. Seems fairly harsh and severe to me.

The above info. was taken directly from Evil Bible.com, an invaluable resource.

You want it summed up neatly Jason? I oppose the Christian God because He holds you by the throat over the fiery abyss of hell and says, "Choose oh lowly worm, choose the loving embrace of jesus the christ or you will burn for all eternity. Now get on your knees and thank me for the free will that I have given you that you may choose life and have it in abundance."

Anyone else here think god isn't a tyrant?


Richard said...

"I, Fiery, creator of this blog, denounce god as cruel and unjust for crimes committed, and attested to in his own divinely inspired book."

***Frickin' Priceless Fiery***
So the Bible is gawd's big written confession to BOAST of his evil power. No wonder the sheeple love him... he's so honest.

Jason applies the same depth of thought to the religion that is Environmentalism. Jason is working on his BA degree, so he must be right. Everyone else tells him he is.

Did you know Al Gore graduated from Harvard University in 1969 with a BA degree in Political Science. Gore's roommate at Harvard was actor Tommy Lee Jones.

I'd much rather have a serious and intellectual conversation at a table with Tommy Lee Jones, and I certainly would not feel as dirty.

Jason would be at Al Gore's table 'thinking' he was having an intellectual conversation. Sucker!!!!

Joe said...

I wonder if the fundys can come up with anything new under the sun to bash us Atheists about. Yadda yadda yadda, its always the same old claptrap.

Fiery said...

Yes indeed Joe that would indeed be a breath of fresh air. It's all so very "ho hum, been there done that".

I actually gaffawed the last time I saw the "1/2 an eye" argument against evolution.

They're just so hard to take seriously, fundies, with their heads in the sand and their butts in the air. Just inviting a swift kick. *snerk*

Richard said...

Jason should stick around, quietly though. He might find it rewarding: we can be pretty smart
AND pretty irreverent...er...
more like, fricken' rude.

We have fun.
We have neologisms, e.g. "Fundy Fuckwit"*.
We have inside humor: —snerk
thanks to our dear host, Fiery.
We even have Poodles with T&A and, Harry Nads, heh, heh, heh.

*If "Shitsu" is a dog, then "Fuckwit" isn't swearing, it's just a breed name.
Right Poodles ;-?

Poodles said...

Correct Richard. The dictonary next year will include 3 new words.

"Shitsu"- Dog, small.

"Datsun" - Dog small.

"Fuckwit" - Fundy, brain small.


Richard said...

Nice one, Poo.

Is "Datsun" short for the well-known dog training phrase "Dat son ob a bitch"?

[Actually Datsun is the brand name given to a line of smaller sized cars produced by the DAT Motor Co, of Japan, which is now a part of Nissan. The Datsun name started out as DATson, but 'son' in Japanese can mean "loss", so they switched it to the more solar sense. The brand was discontinued in 1986.}

Anonymous said...

Jason- you fuckwitted tool

Fiery, don't hold back, why don't you tell us what you really think about Jason? LMAO

Fiery said...

oh... *blush* you picked up on that didja?

I'm normally such a tactful person. Placid. Serene. Always play things close to the vest. A real poker face.

Or is that poke 'er face.


Poodles said...

Datsun is also what people in Utah in Utahnics call a short long dog. AKA Weiner dog, Dachshund, canine.

Gotta love Utah speak!
Frickin' Heck!

Jason said...

I hadn't seen these posts until just recently. After reading it, however, I realize that its useless debating religion with an atheist. I would much rather read an argument that addresses the existence of God rather than one that simply says "I don't like Him." God gives me a choice (fiery even said so). I can choose righteousness, or I can choose sin. Personally, if I am too self-assured to accept the gift of God's grace, then it is my opinion that I deserve to burn in hell. Fiery, you love your child, right? There is probably nothing in the world that could be more important to you. The same is true with God. He loved His son as much as you love your daughter. Think, then, what an immense sacrifice He made when He allowed Jesus to be crucified for our sins. And why would He make such an incredible sacrifice? Simply put, he doesn't want us to die a mortal's death like those of the Old Testament. He wants us to live eternally with Him. Yes, I have read the Bible. In doing so, however, I tried to find a message, not a fault. The message is this: If I believe in God, I will not have to suffer like those who did in the past. Through my faith, I can live eternally with my heavenly father.

Laugh at this. Mock my opinions. Shrug when you read this and start throwing more profanity my way. I don't care. There is a gift that is offered to all mankind, and I am going to take advantage of it. Fiery weeps with the f-word; when I weep, it is out of sorrow for those who have eyes but cannot see the Truth.

Jason said...

If we are not allowed to make assumptions on this site, then I should point out one thing. I am not working towards my BA. I am a junior in high school.

Fiery said...

Ah yes god's amazing sacrifice of his beloved son Jebus.

Whose death was miserable. Poor git was beaten with a whip, smacked around, spit on, had a crown of thorns smashed onto his head, forced into heavy labor after all of this, and then nailed up on a a cross.

And then he died when was it again? Oh yes.. later that day.!!!!

But really. What about the POW's who are tortured for years on end.

And Jebus stayed dead for what? 3 days? ohhhhhhhhhh big deal. What about those burning for an eternity??? And he's been sitting up in paradise for 1970 odd years now.

This "ultimate" sacrifice was done to save us from a hell that GOD created knowing full well to the last soul how many people would end up spending eternity frying in it's depths. The hell meant to punish us for a sin that god KNEW was going to happen, and yet still he planted the tree, still allowed the snake to talk to Eve. In fact he knew there was going to be a problem back when he created Lucifer. And yet, he still proceeded.


Doesn't any of that bother you Jason? Stop "wanting" god and acknowledge the evil that he represents.

And if you don't want to talk to atheists, what the fuck are you doing here? It's not like we're hiding what we think here. You want to talk to a fundy head on over to glob's blog. Y'all will get along famously.

Fiery said...

You read the bible. Looking for a message. Keep looking.

Highschool? That explains much.

Poodles said...

"I would much rather read an argument that addresses the existence of God rather than one that simply says "I don't like Him." "

I like god, I hate that fucking easter bunny though, how damn creepy is he!

Richard said...

And of course there are some comments here that demonstrate how God is utterly impossible... just how the fundies like it. Jason when Darwin was handing out brains, you passed. High school... is lying a Christian sort of a thing??? Actually one HAS to be dishonest to believe in the unreal, by definition.

Your education in school and church has eaten away the best part of your brain. Having taught High School Science for ten years, I began to refer to the students that arrived in my class as Road Kill... Intellectual Road Kill. Sad, and unnecessary, but there was little one could do about it. It was so sickening I had to quit teaching. All those bright young minds were cynical, skeptical and leering with hatred of the good for being good, all by Grade Ten. I was able to influence about 20 a year, in a positive direction. The owner of the school was amazed, because most teachers were lucky to influence 1 in five years. I showed them how their own minds and lives were true values to nurture. That was all they needed... and their marks, on average, climbed by 20%.

Sean the Blogonaut F.C.D. said...

My parents owned a Datsun 120Y, brilliant little car.

Protium said...

I had a 1970 Datsun Bluebird for a few years.