Thursday, June 11, 2009

Athiest Right Winger Kills at the Holocost Museum

The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. Proverbs 1:7

This guy who killed at the museum in DC had neither.

Here's what he wrote:
As duped Aryan sheep begin to understand the "Holocaust" they also begin to better understand Christianity. Both have similar origins. Both have identical objectives.... The New Testament was written in Greek. Paul - who believed the World was flat, that Joshua made the sun stand still, and Jehovah spoke from a burning bush -- wrote one-third of it, perhaps more. The events described in the 24 Books are often contradictory, fail the time-line, defy both archaeology's and nature's immutable laws, and are suicidal if practiced. Nevertheless, the shamans bought it, taught it, and the illiterate public was coerced, brainwashed, threatened, tortured, murdered, and enthralled. The Encyclopedia Britannica states that over 6,000 major redactions exist between the Septuagint (translation of Aramaic into Greek) and its St. James biblical translation.

The Gospels profess that only Christians may enter Yahweh's Kingdom of Heaven. To qualify, among other demands, Christians must LOVE THEIR ENEMIES (Jews); give away their personal belongings; eschew knowledge; judge not, despise nature, abandon earthly pleasures, acknowledge that all YHWH's children are equal; and above all else worship YHWH, the jealous, wrathful, vengeful, unforgiving, genocidal, anthropomorphic tribal god (Jesus' father) created by Hebrews in their image and likeness. Omnipotent, omniscient YHWH promises Hebrews that they alone shall inherit the earth, that it is commendable to steal from Gentiles, better yet -- kill them. Whereas Gentiles, if they fail to worship YHWH, are transported straight to Hell. And it is written, "A little child shall lead them."

These dangerous, imbecilic, concepts, tenets, and teachings, often treasonous, DESTROYED the Roman Empire and drenched the soil of Europe with Aryan blood for almost 2000 years!

The Big Lie technique, employed by Paul to create the CHRISTIAN RELIGION, also was used to create the HOLOCAUST RELIGION ... CHRISTIANITY AND THE HOLOCAUST are HOAXES.

"Christianity" destroyed Roman Civilization. The "Holocaust" Religion is destroying Western Civilization. The Aryan gene-pool dies, "unwept, unhonored and unsung."

Atheism is dangerous when it's connected to radical political ideology right or left.


8 comments:

Paul said...

I am sorry but the last lines you used show your disdain for atheism in general:

Atheism is dangerous when it's connected to radical political ideology right or left.

If you are honest and intellectual than you know that the same can be said about any belief system.

The Christian man who killed the abortion doctor George Tiller a couple of weeks ago is a perfect example of the following:

Christianity is dangerous when it's connected to radical political ideology right or left.

Can we have some fairness and honesty about this subject please?

Anonymous said...

He's not a conservative. He is a liberal. He also had plans to go to the offices of The American Standard. He had a bone to pick with conservatives.

Gene Redlin said...

yep, Paul, I have disdain for Atheists. A fool says in his heart there is no God. I didn't say that. Someone who I agree with did.

The fear of God is the Beginning of wisdom.

No fear, no wisdom.

Disdain well earned.

atheistliberty said...

From the text that you presented, how do you conclude that this man was an Atheist? Perhaps you get that from other unreferenced reports. I have not investigated enough to know that your claim he was an atheist is credible. The text you presented does not, necessarily, mean he is an Atheist. His apparent reverence for Aryan blood would indicate some metaphysical beliefs.

I actually find my self agreeing with this man's logic as it pertains to Christianity. The Holocaust was no hoax but Christianity certainly is. Even so neither belief makes one an Atheist.

There are atheists with ideas that might drive them to violence but those ideas are not because of their atheism they are in addition to it. Atheism has no philosophy, no rules, no moral strictures. However, Atheists have ethics, morals, and principals that guide their lives. If they are like me, they derive these from common sense, logic, literature, philosophy, and common decency.

Your "Palin 2012" logo indicates that you are a conservative. I am a Libertarian. You and I might agree on many things. We probably have very similar morals, ethics, and principles. Does that bother you?

Generalizing Atheists from the example of one, possible, example is the same as generalizing christians based on one example. Should I judge you based on the actions of the "Christian" Paul mentioned?

Anonymous said...

atheistliberty said,"However, Atheists have ethics, morals, and principals (sic) that guide their lives."
This proves it. Straight from an atheist's mouth. Atheism IS a religion. Let's ban the religion of atheism from influencing our government. Separation of church and state issues apply to the religion of atheism as well. So if the religion of atheism is banned from government, that means the government has to acknowledge a god, otherwise government is practicing the religion of atheism. This would default us back to the way things used to be. We wouldn't have a state or national church, but government would acknowledge again that we are a Christian nation.

Paul said...

Just to let you know I have commented on this blog over at my site:

http://loveatheism.com/?p=435

Please Gene, read how your discriminatory comments made me feel.

Lyle said...

"Anonymous" does not understand what a religion is. Here's a clue... atheism is NOT a religion. Atheism is a lack of religion. "Anonymous" also does not understand the concept of separation of church and state. Government must be neutral on the issue of religion and non-religion. Government cannot say there is a god, nor can they say there is not a god. Not saying one is not the same as saying the other. In practice, the government is violating the separation of church and state in several ways: "Under god" in the pledge, "In god we trust" on the money and the tax breaks to churches are just a few examples. It would also be a violation of separation of church and state to put "God is not real" on the money. Was the government practicing "the religion of atheism" before 1864? That was the first time "In god we trust" appeared on a U.S. coin for the first time. It wasn't until the 1950s that it was put on the paper money and "under god" was added to the pledge. So, yes, lets go back to the way it was in the U.S., remove the god phrases from the money and the pledge.

Man from Mars said...

Atheism is a religion like bald is a hair color.

The generalizations about atheism show a lack of understanding about being an atheist. I can tell you from my experience with both sides of this issue that atheists know more about religions and religious people than religious people know about atheism.

As far as whack-a-loon killers, that's based on some other problem in the brain and not on religious beliefs. History is rife with people killing "in the name of God" from parents killing their kids to save them from demonic influences to major wars fought for religious reasons.

Before pointing that big index finger at atheists and saying that atheism makes people killers, look at where the other three fingers are pointing.