posted on Apr, 2 2014 @ 10:30 AM
...But atheists aren't the ones fighting wars and murdering people through genocide based on fairytales.
This is religious propaganda. I believe that if everyone just forgot about religion and believe in 'what is', and live in the now, the world would be
a far better place.
Not that they haven't.
Mao Ze-Dong (China, 1958-61 and 1966-69, Tibet 1949-50) 49-78,000,00 people murdered
Jozef Stalin (USSR 1932-39 only) 15,000,000 people murdered
Pol Pot (Cambodia, 1975-79) 1,700,000 people murdered
Kim II Sung (North Korea 1948-94) 1.6 million people murdered
Tito (Yugoslavia 1945-1987) 570,000 people murdered
Suharto (Communists 1967-66) 500,000 people murdered
Ante Pavelic (Croatia 1941-45) 359,000 people murdered
Ho Chi Min (Vietnam 1953-56) 200,000 people murdered
Vladimir Ilich Lenin (USSR, 1917-20) 30,000 people murdered
Adolf Hitler (Germany 1939-1945) 12,000,000 people murder
League of Militant Atheists
By the beginning of 1941, it had about 3.5 million members from 100 nationalities. It had about 96,000 offices across the country. Guided by
Bolshevik principles of antireligious propaganda and party's orders with regards to religion, the League aimed at exterminating religion in all its
manifestations and forming an anti-religious scientific mindset among the workers.
The League trained a massive number of antireligious propagandists and other workers. This work included lecture cycles. The League of
Militant Atheists attempted to "control and exploit the Proletarian Freethinkers," a group founded by socialists in 1925, in order to diminish the
influence of religion, particularly Catholic Christianity, in Central and Eastern Europe.
The League of Militant Atheists aided the Soviet government in killing clergy and committed believers. The League also made it a priority to
remove religious icons from the homes of believers. Under the slogan, "the Storming of Heaven," the League of Militant Atheists pressed for
"resolute action against religious peasants" leading to the mass arrest and exile of many believers, especially village priests. By 1940, "over 100
bishops, tens of thousands of Orthodox clergy, and thousands of monks and lay believers had been killed or had died in Soviet prisons and the
edit on 103030p://bWednesday2014 by Stormdancer777 because: (no reason given)