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Poe's Law is an axiom suggesting that it's difficult, if not impossible, to distinguish between parodies of religious or other fundamentalism and its genuine proponents, since they both seem equally insane
Originally posted by wildtimes
I really wish I could un-know that the website you sourced exists. It can't be for real, is it??
Digusting bit of sensationalist propaganda!
What an embarrassment. I've never heard of "White People's Day", or "Universal Independence Day", and the site from where the article comes is one of the most inflammatory walls of crap I have ever seen in my life. Gimme a break.
OP, what was your reason for posting this drivel?
I posted it because that is what I saw and it offended me. I can't stand these right wing religious freaks. They spew their crap to lemmings who follow blindly repeating their blather. Others are influenced by their idiocy and jump on the crazy train. I knew a lot of religious people in college since it was a catholic university and the majority of scholars didn't believe in God. They were making a paycheck plain and simple. Most of them are secretly gay so you can add hypocrite to the list of offenses.
I want people to see for themselves that these people exist and they are part of a larger group of insane freaks trying to influence public policy. If they were not dangerous I would not pay attention, but they got Bush elected and look what that did for us. If they had their way Row V. Wade would be overturned and crime would spike within a couple decades due to unwanted babies growing up in broken homes/public homes.