Tuesday, August 8, 2017

In India 400 Men Cut Off Their Balls To Get Closer To God

By David Chutlashvili

"Multi-millionaire religious "guru" Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh persuaded around 400 of his estimated 50 million followers worldwide to cut of their own testicles to bring them closer to God," reports Mark Pigott, from Ibitimes



Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. Image via YOU TUBE

"The details of the bizarre incident have only just come to light despite reportedly taking place in 2000 at a hospital run by Ram Rahim in India.


India's Central Bureau of Investigation has reportedly accused Ram Rahim of grievous bodily harm and he is under investigation. He has previously been questioned over the murder of an investigative journalist in 2002 and has also been accused of sexual assault by female followers but has never been charged," writes mark Pigott. 

Navkiran Singh, who is the lawyer for Hans Raj Chauhan, the only castration victim so far to come forward, said his client and other victims believed they would become social outcasts if they refused to perform the "operation" demanded of them by Ram Rahim.


"They were told that only those who get castrated will be able to meet God," said Navkiran, in a report in the Daily Mail.

According to Ibitimes, Ram Rahim, 47, dubbed the "guru in bling", is head of the socio-political organisation Dera Sacha Sauda and is estimated to be worth $34m.

The guru stars in a spectacular new movie, Messenger of God, in which he appears to walk on air, tear tree trunks in half and perform other miracles. Though 157,000 people are thought to have attended the film's premiere in Gurgaon, near Delhi, according to the Sydney Morning Herald, the revelations have caused sales of tickets for the movie to dwindle dramatically.

In many other cultures (in Christian cultures too), sex is filthy, sinful and bothers to "get closer to God." 

For us, for the atheists, this is, of course, extremely comical and ridiculous. 

That's why I'm not sorry for those dummies who cut their testicles voluntarily.

Sex is very pleasant and makes a lot of fun. 

Long live free sex! 

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Christian Lawmaker: Rape Is The 'Will Of God'




George Faught. Image via Media Self

Oklahoma Rep. lawmaker George Faught argues that rape is the 'will of God' while defending anti-abortion legislation.

While discussing Faught’s legislation on the House floor Rep. Regina Goodwin asked:

"At what point did you decide that that’s within your ability to decide for all women in Oklahoma?"

Faught replied:

"One of the things that I campaigned on was to protect life, and I believe life begins at conception."


At one point Rep. Cory Williams (D) asked Faught if rape is the 'will of God.'

Faught responded:

"Well, you know, if you read the Bible, there’s actually a couple circumstances where that happened. The Lord uses all circumstances. I mean, you can go down that path, but it’s a reality unfortunately."

Albert Einstein said: 

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity.

...And I'm not so sure about universe." 


I'm sure this great atheist meant religious people.

Sources: Patheos, Sarah Burris / You Tube


Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Swedish PM Wants to Force Priests To Marry Same Sex Couples

By David Chutlashvili

"Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has announced that he intends to force all priests in the Swedish church to marry same-sex couples even if they disagree with gay marriage.

The Swedish Prime Minister made his view clear in a recent interview saying, “no priest in the Swedish Church can refuse to marry same-sex couples.” Mr Lofven argued that it did not matter what the view of the individual priests was and even supports a motion to only allow priests who agree with same-sex marriage the opportunity to be ordained SVT reports," writes breitbart.com.

“If you work as a midwife must be able to perform abortions, otherwise you have to do something else. It is the same for priests who do not want to perform same-sex marriages,” Lofven said.

I think, it's very nice that Lofven fights so hard for the rights of the LGBTTIQ+ people. Someone must force these villains, these priests to accept equality of all human beings. Everyone can be a priest, everyone can believe in stupidities, but nobody can discriminate against anyone. 



Stefan Lofven. Image via YOU TUBE




Saturday, June 17, 2017

Pakistan: man sentenced to death for blasphemy on Facebook

By David Chutlashvili

"Taimoor Raza was found guilty of insulting the prophet Muhammad during an argument on social media with a counter-terrorism official," reports theguardian:

"An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan has sentenced a man to death for allegedly committing blasphemy on Facebook, the latest step in an intensified crackdown on dissent on social media.

A court in Bahawalpur handed out the verdict, the harshest yet for such a crime, after finding Taimoor Raza, 30, guilty of insulting the prophet Muhammad.

Raza was arrested last year after a debate about Islam on Facebook with a man who turned out to be a counter-terrorism agent. He was one among 15 people arrested by the counter-terrorism department last year, accused of blasphemy, according to the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.

The verdict is part of a wider crackdown on perceived dissent on social media in a country where unfounded allegations of blasphemy can lead to mob vigilante justice."

Raza’s brother, Waseem Abbas, said the family was “poor but literate”, and belonged to Pakistan’s minority Shia Muslim community. “My brother indulged in a sectarian debate on Facebook with a person, who we later come to know, was a [counter-terrorism department] official with the name of Muhammad Usman,” he said.

Raza’s defence attorney said his client had been charged with two unrelated sections of the law to ensure the maximum penalty. “Initially, it was a case of insulting remarks on sectarian grounds and the offence was 298A, which punishes for derogatory remarks about other religious personalities for up to two years,” said Fida Hussain Rana, the defence counsel. Raza was later charged unde section 295C of the penal code, related to “derogatory acts against prophet Muhammad”, Rana said.

"Social media represents a new battleground for the Pakistani fight against blasphemy. Authorities have asked Twitter and Facebook to help identify users sharing blasphemous material, and have distributed text messages encouraging Pakistanis to report fellow citizens.


Human rights defenders have expressed concern that the country’s blasphemy laws, and the authorities’ zealous application of them, provide a tool for people to carry out personal vendettas, particularly because nobody is ever punished for making false accusations," says Sune Engel Rasmussen

“The casual manner in which death sentences are handed in blasphemy cases coupled with the lack of orientation of Pakistani courts with technology makes this a very dangerous situation,” said Saroop Ijaz, a lawyer with Human Rights Watch in Pakistan.

“Such sentences will embolden those who want to wrongly frame people,” he said, noting with concern that Saturday’s sentence was handed down by an anti-terrorism court, not a regular court. “The confusion between national security and religion is very alarming,” Ijaz said.

According to theguardian, Aside from blasphemy, national security charges are also levelled against people who say their only offence is opposition to the government.

Recently, the Federal Investigation Agency detained dozens of social media users for posting “anti-military” content, including journalists and supporters of the opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI) party, one of whom shared a satirical photo of prime minister Nawaz Sharif.

They were detained under the controversial Prevention of Electronic Crime Act, passed last year, which has been criticised for curbing human rights and giving overreaching powers to law enforcement agencies.

An FIA official told the Guardian that his agency had orders from the interior ministry to interrogate, and seize laptops and phones, without warrant. “We are authorised to detain anyone, just on suspicion,” the agent said.

Quratulain Zaman, human rights defender with Bytes for All Pakistan, said the harassment of social media users was unprecedented, and a sign of social media’s growing ability to shape public opinion, including against the military.

While Raza is the first person sentenced to death for blasphemy on social media, several others are on death row for alleged blasphemy in public. Among them is Asia Bibi, a Christian woman convicted in 2010 after a row with two Muslim women in a village in Punjab. With a long-awaited final appeal adjourned, Bibi is still in solitary confinement.

In Pakistan, blasphemy is so contentious that the mere mention of unfounded allegations can ignite mass uproar. In April, a mob at a north-western university took 23-year-old Mashal Khan from his dormitory and lynched him, angered by accusations that Khan had offended Islam.

Last week, a joint investigation concluded the baseless allegations had been a conspiracy by some students and university staff.

In another incident, in May, a 10-year-old boy was killed when a mob tried to storm a police station in Balochistan in anger at a man held on blasphemy charges.

Four people were sentenced to death for blasphemy last year, according to the HRCP.


In a 2016 report by the commission, Justice Ibadur Rehman Lodhi rejected most blasphemy allegations. “A majority of blasphemy cases were based on false accusations, stemming from property disputes or other personal or family vendettas rather than genuine instances of blasphemy,” he said.

This story is very bitter and frighteningIt is shocking that someone is sentenced to death in the 21st century for blasphemy, for one little comment on Facebook. But that is OUR reality (Yes, OUR reality, because the whole world is globalized today). Nevertheless, the atheists and freethinkers in many Western countries are in the majority, the governments of these countries often do nothing against the death of atheists and other freethinkers in developing countries. Why? I do not know exactly. Perhaps because we atheists and other freethinkers are not very well organized? Or our democracies are not developing enough? Really, the alarm is weak when an atheist dies, yes. Governments in many Western countries are silent when an atheist dies. The first American president was Barack Obama, who protested openly against the death of atheists. Barack Obama signed a law to protect atheists. But that happened recently. And today, in the government is Donald Trump, a Christian, a populist, the little shadow of Obama... 

I think all Western countries and all Western newspapers and media must protest against the death of all atheists better. All atheists in the world must be safe. We must not forget these people. 



"Blasphemy is a sensitive charge in conservative Muslim Pakistan, where even unproven allegations can trigger mob lynchings and violence"  theguardian (Source). Photograph: Faisal Mahmood/REUTERS

Monday, June 5, 2017

11-YEAR-OLD GIRL FORCED TO MARRY HER RAPIST IN FLORIDA

By David Chutlashvili



Featured image from a campaign against children marriage, via Oppositionreports

Recently the New York Times published the shocking story of Sherry Johnson. 

Johnson was raped by a 20-year-old member of her church and became pregnant in Florida and learned very quickly that Christianity can be very evil and cruel to its adherents.

“It was forced on me,” she told the Times

(See, authorities had begun sniffing around because she was pregnant with a 20-year-old’s child, so church official made the decision that the best way to avoid embarrassment was to marry her off to her rapist).

Stupid parents:

"My mom asked me if I wanted to get married, and I said, ‘I don’t know, what is marriage, how do I act like a wife?’” Johnson remembers today, many years later. “She said, ‘Well, I guess you’re just going to get married.’"

So she was. A government clerk in Tampa, Fla., refused to marry an 11-year-old, even though this was legal in the state, so the wedding party went to nearby Pinellas County, where the clerk issued a marriage license. 

"Johnson was raped by both a minister and a parishioner, and the judge approved the marriage to the rapist who caused her to give birth at the age of 10 so that the investigation would end," reports Oppositionreports.com.


“What we want is for you to get married,” the judge told her.

“It was a terrible life,” Johnson says, noting that she missed school and spent her time changing diapers for what would eventually be nine children. Her husband would occasionally disappear and leave her to deal with everything.

“They took the handcuffs from handcuffing him,” she says.

"How can this happen? Because it’s perfectly legal. In most states, it is perfectly legal for a man to marry a child. While some have at least passed laws limiting the age to 16 or 17 and above, most have no limit whatsoever. Child marriage, which the United States condemned in other countries as a “human rights abuse that contributes to economic hardship” in a State Department document last year, is a practice that must end," says John Prager



This story is very shocking and alarming. It is terrible if someone marries an 11-year-old child. At this age the children are immature for a sexual life. And the marriage is particularly alarming because then the children often have no chance to learn. In Germany, a 14-year-old teenager can have sex. This is a normal age, but not for marriage. Marriage is very difficult as a social element. 

Florida is a part of the Western world... And many Florida residents are laughing at the Muslims who marry immature children... Do not they know that this is happening in their own state? 

Sex with immature children must be strictly forbidden! The pedophiles must be severely punished! 

The religions must not rape our children!

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Fantasy fan transforms himself into an ELF

By David Chutlashvili


Luis Padron. Images via YOU TUBE

Luis Padron (25, Buenos Aires, Argentine) has almost spend more than $ 28,000 on surgery including liposuction on his jaw, a nose job, full body hair removal and operations to change his eye colour. 

'The Argentine, who sells cosplay merchandise, became determined to look like his favourite fantasy characters.


Now has a $ 5,167-a-month ritual applying creams, dyes and treatment,' reports DailyMail:

'Mr. Padron gets unusual looks but says he doesn't care what people think and said he won't stop until he has fully 'transformed' into an elf. 

He is planning surgery to make his ears pointed, hair implants for a heart-shaped hairline and a limb lengthening operation to make him 6ft 5in tall.' 

The 25-year-old said: 

'I want to be an elf, an angel and a fantasy being, my aim is to look inhuman, ethereal, graceful and delicate.

I have my own beauty ideal and want to achieve that no matter what.

I want to have my ears cut to become pointy like an elves, my jaw to look more sharp like a diamond, a face-lift and an eye-lift to give my eyes a cat-like shape.

I am also consider having muscle implants too.


There's also a surgery to make you taller and I will remove four of my ribs too, so that I can shape my waist to make it thinner.'

He added: 'I was bullied as a child and as an escape I would submerge myself in fantasy movies like Labyrinth and The NeverEnding Story, as well as other fantasy tales.

Over time things changed, older teens liked me because I was unique and that's what encouraged me to start turning what I felt on the inside into a reality.

I started with cosplay but it wasn't enough, I wanted to change to become my own perception of beauty.'

It was the start that led me to decide this was the direction I wanted my life to go in, the recovery was painful and slow but I was happy with how I looked.


I didn't care for how much it hurt, because it allowed me to get one step closer to my dream of what I want to become.'

'Additionally, he underwent medically unapproved treatment to change his eye colour from a honey brown to a crystal blue - leading to some painful side-effects. But his lifestyle comes at a cost, with a $ 5,000 monthly cost to continue bleaching his skin and hair, high sunscreen to prevent his skin from tanning, contact lenses, make-up and care products. 

From his unusual looks, he's forged a career modelling and is even paid to make appearances as a real-life elf at events,' reports Thomas Burrows.

Padron added: 'It was without anaesthesia, was very painful and meant I had to use eye drops and extremely black sunglasses, essentially I became like a vampire with extreme photosensitivity.

At first even watching stars in the sky was painful but three days later they felt normal again, I don't know how they affect my sight in future.


It hasn't turned to a crystal blue colour yet unfortunately they are currently a greyish colour, but I'm still hopeful as I have four more sessions left.'

It is very funny, but so did every original religion in world history. First of all, every organised religion was a game. Then it became fashionable. Then it became sporty. Because religion, sport and fashion are soulmates. Behind all these activities are the people who were tortured in their childhood. But today is the 21st century and I think a new religion of the elves will not arise. At least I hope so.

It is not necessary to become an elf. It is very painful. 

Every religion is painful.

Be human and enjoy your life.

P. S. But Mr. Pardon can do what he wants! His body, his choice, his right.


Thursday, April 27, 2017

Proved: Atheists Have Higher IQs Than Religious People

By David Chutlashvili

'New evidence: A study has concluded that religious people are less intelligent than non-believers,' reports DailyMail:

'The conclusions were the result of a review of 63 scientific studies about religion and intelligence dating between 1928 and last year.

In 53 of these there was a ‘reliable negative relation between intelligence and religiosity.'

In just 10 was that relationship positive.

Even among children, the more intelligent a child was the more probable it was that they would shun the church.

In old age the same trend persisted as well, the research showed.

The University of Rochester psychologists behind the study defined religion as involvement in some or all parts of a belief.

They defined intelligence as the ‘ability to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend complex ideas, learn quickly, and learn from experience.’

In their conclusions, they said: ‘Most extant explanations (of a negative relation) share one central theme - the premise that religious beliefs are irrational, not anchored in science, not testable and, therefore, unappealing to intelligent people who ‘know better.’

‘Intelligent people typically spend more time in school - a form of self-regulation that may yield long-term benefits.

‘More intelligent people getting higher level jobs and better employment and higher salary may lead to higher self-esteem, and encourage personal control beliefs.’

Study co-author Jordan Silberman, a graduate student of neuroeconomics at the University of Rochester, said: ‘Intelligence may lead to greater self-control ability, self-esteem, perceived control over life events, and supportive relationships, obviating some of the benefits that religion sometimes provides.’

According to DailyMail, Research from the UK showed another drawback to being religious, or at least Christian - you lose out in the race for top jobs.

'Official figures show nearly one in four people who have no religious belief now live in homes headed by someone with a senior executive job or a place in one of the professions.

But well under a fifth of Christians are employed in the best-paid and most influential jobs or are married to someone who is, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

The last census, carried out in March 2011, showed a fall in the number of people that call themselves Christian in the UK.

Christian numbers in England and Wales, including children, fell by 4.1 million in a decade to 33.2 million.

However there was a 45 per cent rise over the same 10 years in numbers who say they have no religion, to 14.1 million,' said Daniel Bates

All atheists are really smarter than religious people. We know that very well. But not every man is an atheist, who says, 'I am an atheist.' For example Josef Stalin. He was, I think, not an atheist. He said, 'I am an atheist,' because he wanted to prevent progress. He knew how dangerous Atheism was for his inhuman plans. And he wanted to discredit atheism. An atheist, who is a mass murderer and racist, like Stalin, is really not an atheist. 

Stalin was a troll, not an atheist. 

Atheism is peace, humanity and intelligence.



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