Thursday, January 05, 2006

The Crux of the Problem



Religion really seems to be on everyone’s minds these days. From taking “In God We Trust” off the currency to an alleged Christian leader saying Sharon was schwacked by God for giving the Palestinians their land back (not that they appreciate his gesture). I’ve said it before, I am the last one to talk religion, but it is all really looking like a great big bucket of greasy shit – all of it. Maybe the Soviets had gotten that one right. It seems like a high percentage of the grief in the world is driven by religion. Everyone has the only true God and is more than prepared to kill anyone that says different, even if it means blowing themselves up in the process. Even within religions there are differences that result in violence between sects, though most of that is a thinly veiled grab for power using religion as an excuse. I say we take the excuse away.

I think the answer is for everyone to say screw religion. Drop out of the choir, quit attending “Our Lady of the Drive-by Shooting”, quit funding the churches/temples/mosques/kivas and the boy touching priests, or the Mullahs that convince young men to drive a Ford Exploder into a crowd of their brethren that have a different point of view. It would be nice if they would all strap on belts and push the button. The world would be so much better off with out zealots, whether it is a “Jesus Comes to America and I will marry as many 14 year olds as I can lay my hands” nutjob out here in the Southwest or an ass goblin that slams a man that is trying to create stability so his countrymen can go about their business in peace. Seems is there was any kind of God he/she/it wouldn’t allow this crap to go on and would call people like our Christian media star home for a bit of a “Come to Jesus”.

2 Comments:

At 6:47 AM, Blogger Xanadu said...

Pretty much agree there. I for one do not believe in organized religion. Religion is mainly just "big business". I also do not take the Bible in the literal sense either. It is only words translated by scribes with their own agenda mainly, and rewritten many times over to suit the person or persons wanting control or power of the masses. I consider myself to be a very spiritual person, but not in the conventional sense. The higher power...or God if you will...is more of an energy which we are all part of. We control how that energy is put to use. Unfortuneately, many use it for evil, violent, hateful purposes.....there is light and dark energy in everyone and it is free will. Again unfortuneately, much of this energy is used to fight wars over "religion".

 
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