Saturday, October 10, 2009

How do I hate atheists, let me count the ways...

This blog has hit the big time again, by being put o the reddit.com list where mindless trolls will say stupid things having read the blog and having never read a single book on any subject. The amazing thing is this whole attack came about becuase I called the atheists on their little game of first demanding proof, then refusing to discuss the proofs. "There's no proof for your God." "here's a proof" "no that's not proof, there's no proof" then refusing to argue about the argument but going straight into attacking the person making it. I call them on this and they go ballistic.

O I"m insulting them, right. "you are mean, no good, you are not on the side of right because you are insulting us." But those very same people who said that on this blog came over here from message boards where just got through mocking and ridiculing Christians. So when you give them their own medicine they can't stand it. I am not even treating them as badly as they treat me. I hasn't done have the mocking and ridiculing of those people that is done to me on carm every single time I go there. But they want to be privileged. They don't want to have to prove anything to be taken as proved. They want to be free to mock, ridicule and deride others with impunity and when you treat them the way they treat other o it's a major crime against humanity, it's terrible, O it makes you a terrible person!

If you point out their hypocrisy they start attacking spelling, writing style, accusing one of having never been in graduate school and all sorts of slandering lies. So do I hate them? Are they the most evil people on earth? No, I don't hate them. Why not? Because I choose not to. They are filled with hate, but returning hate for hate is not going to help. I have treated them the way they treated me just to show them what they do to others. Of cousre they are so blind the refuse to see. They will never accept responsibility for the things they say to hurt religious people,t hey because they just a such a rush from doing it. Their mockery of others is what keeps them going. But I choose not to hate them for it.

Hate is a self destructive force. Studies have shown that atheists don't like the concept love. When you have you become the thing you hate. The lesson on that is seen in this very blog. To talk about the abuses of this horrible brain washed cult I have to say the very same kinds of things to and about they say to and about me and before long I'm doing it to them. Before I get to that point, atheists can't forgive, they can't understand the concept. I have to try and forgive them. But that's what they are counting on. They are counting on the idea that what they see as weak kneed religious people will cave and forgive them, but they can go on hating and they don't have to face what they do. They are already trying their little manipulation tactics. "O you are a hypocrite becuase you showing clearly what we do to hurt people, you should be pliant and submissive and accept our ridicule without complaint because that's love."

Since they don't know love they think it's weakness. I will not stop showing what they do to hurt people. Because I give them tastes of their own medicine that doesn't mean I hate them. I choose not to hate them. Thus they also have no power over me since I don't hate them because I don't waste my time thinking of them and I don't care what they say. But I don't wish them harm and I don't hate them. I am working on forgiving. Forgiving does not mean being a door mat. I will continue to hold the mirror before their faces.

this blog was spell checked by firefox, there are not underlines except on the word "carm." So there are no spelling errors in this post.

5 comments:

Andrew said...

I say this respectfully, because I like your blog, but you need to use Spell Check.

You leave yourself open to attack with so many needless spelling errors; its a poor witness.

And using disability as an excuse demeans the disabled.

J.L. Hinman said...

so stupid. show me the words I missed? I use spell check every single time. I see no underlines in that post.show me where the mistakes are?

Kristen said...

Joe, the only spelling errors come when you mean to say "they" and type "the." Stuff like that-- and I really don't see that it matters a bit. I don't understand why people keep making such a big deal about it. Nor is disability an "excuse" when a person has a real disability, which dyslexia is.

The only other comment I would make is that I think you've gone too far in this-- I think most atheists do indeed know how to love. In fact, since love is part of being human, I would venture to say that unless a person is pathological, he/she does know how to love-- and what a person believes has very little to do with it. I think part of what causes these conflicts to escalate are comments like that. I do understand that people can also be cruel, and that atheists are often cruel to you on message boards. But that doesn't mean they aren't people: that they don't or can't love.

I do believe in a higher form of love which is divine and is above normal human love, and that we cannot do this ourselves, but can partake of it through communion with God-- but to speak of this is different from the love that all humans do, and to say someone doesn't love is kind of like saying they aren't human. It's only natural that atheists would resent this. I would resent it very much myself if they said it about Christians. Making blanket statements about groups of people is like sowing a flowerbed with weeds. All you reap are more weeds-- no flowers.

I know you know I consider you a friend and that I have nothing but respect for you; I want your blog to be the best it can be.

Kitsu said...

I am an atheist, and I know that I am still fully capable of loving. I have loved my family, and my friends, and pets, and it all has nothing to do with the fact that I believe there is no God. And I don't remember ever attacking somebody of any religion for believing there is one, or more. I may not believe in God, but I certainly don't believe in hate. For that matter, how can you cut a group of people down with words for nearly a page, and then claim to be choosing not to hate them..? Please, explain that to me, at least.

Metacrock said...

I am an atheist, and I know that I am still fully capable of loving. I have loved my family, and my friends, and pets, and it all has nothing to do with the fact that I believe there is no God. And I don't remember ever attacking somebody of any religion for believing there is one, or more. I may not believe in God, but I certainly don't believe in hate. For that matter, how can you cut a group of people down with words for nearly a page, and then claim to be choosing not to hate them..? Please, explain that to me, at least.


I have always gone to great lengths to point out that I am not saying all atheists are hateful. I said there is a segment of the atehist world that is a hate group. do you understand the concept of a segment? It means some but not all, right?

no way you can observe honestly the way atheists threat or relate to Christians and not see hated in great abundance. you have to be blind or have very selective observations not to see that.