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You say you want to fight the Elites? (Part II)

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posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 09:13 PM
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Im a new member but ive been reading this site for years. People who subscribe to religion or the concept of god are non-people to me. Ive learned to never speak to them about the truth because they are brainwashed otherwise. People who believe in religion are enemies of free thought, they will never see the truths that we see, they do not exist. We are the only ones who reallyu exist, those who see the lies presented as truth. The willfully ignornant do not matter, they are a tool of the elite. Within ten seconds i can tell if a person is worth the offert of revelation and in my experience less than 1% are worthy. It is futile to try to educate the masses because a mass of pigs is no more intelligent than a mass of wage slaves. We might as well try to teach animals. We are always alone in our mission, the trurht will always be resisted. Seek those who truly deserve the truth anfd you will do far more good than trying to convince the ignorant masses




posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 01:22 PM
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I disagree entirely. I've come across many intelligent people who follow religion who know the truth about the world. I guarantee you they will agree with much of what you say and believe yourself.

Of course there are many who follow religion who ARE brainwashed. I'm not saying that religion cannot be used as a tool for brainwashing, and it has been done in nearly all religions.

Like I said earlier, it comes down to the individual and their own willpower.



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 01:32 PM
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And to say it is hopeless to educate them makes you an even bigger part of the problem. WE ARE ALL HUMANS. Do you honestly think you are any better than the "uneducated masses"? NO. You are not.

IN FACT by basically saying that you are superior to those who follow religion, you are making your non-belief a religion in itself. As a man who doesn't believe in religion, then you MUST understand the nature versus nurture argument, no? Some people are just born with less intelligence, some people are born in an environment that brainwashes them, some people experience traumatic events that turn them to religion for whatever reason. That means, essentially, that you are LUCKY to think the way that you think. There is really nothing more to it than that.

So being as lucky as you are, and knowing that you are no better than your fellow humans who ARE religious, will you just throw away all of that privilege and dismiss those in need as "hopeless"? If so you are even worse than the uneducated masses. It is your duty to inform them, teach them, and at the same time be accepting of their beliefs while still leading them to truth.



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 05:33 PM
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Originally posted by Macowm
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And to say it is hopeless to educate them makes you an even bigger part of the problem. WE ARE ALL HUMANS. Do you honestly think you are any better than the "uneducated masses"? NO. You are not.

IN FACT by basically saying that you are superior to those who follow religion, you are making your non-belief a religion in itself. As a man who doesn't believe in religion, then you MUST understand the nature versus nurture argument, no? Some people are just born with less intelligence, some people are born in an environment that brainwashes them, some people experience traumatic events that turn them to religion for whatever reason. That means, essentially, that you are LUCKY to think the way that you think. There is really nothing more to it than that.

So being as lucky as you are, and knowing that you are no better than your fellow humans who ARE religious, will you just throw away all of that privilege and dismiss those in need as "hopeless"? If so you are even worse than the uneducated masses. It is your duty to inform them, teach them, and at the same time be accepting of their beliefs while still leading them to truth.


Some monkeys fall off the tree. Get what I'm saying?

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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 10:25 PM
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If you're going to quote natural selection, then you have to acknowledge evolution. We have evolved beyond simple monkeys. We've developed emotions and compassion. Humans would turn back to help those who have fallen off get back on.



posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 02:05 AM
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Originally posted by Macowm
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And to say it is hopeless to educate them makes you an even bigger part of the problem. WE ARE ALL HUMANS. Do you honestly think you are any better than the "uneducated masses"? NO. You are not.

IN FACT by basically saying that you are superior to those who follow religion, you are making your non-belief a religion in itself. As a man who doesn't believe in religion, then you MUST understand the nature versus nurture argument, no? Some people are just born with less intelligence, some people are born in an environment that brainwashes them, some people experience traumatic events that turn them to religion for whatever reason. That means, essentially, that you are LUCKY to think the way that you think. There is really nothing more to it than that.

So being as lucky as you are, and knowing that you are no better than your fellow humans who ARE religious, will you just throw away all of that privilege and dismiss those in need as "hopeless"? If so you are even worse than the uneducated masses. It is your duty to inform them, teach them, and at the same time be accepting of their beliefs while still leading them to truth.


Interesting point Mac, no Bodhisattva vows for Blue Magic!



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