April 1, 2012   3 notes

5,000 years of confusion

I do not and never will understand that a religion, which is completely reliant on the accepting, forgiving doctrines of their deity, can claim the right to persecute, slaughter, maim, and oppress and conduct genocide against anyone who does not subscribe to their lines of thought. This is why I am an Atheist. If a god lets his slaves run around slaughtering others screaming his name in salvation that god must either be a complete disgusting hypocrite not worthy of my faith in him or an utter and complete invention of humanity to serve a purpose of oppression. In either case, I refuse to accept the subjugation of tyranny he allows. I am Atheist because when I thought long enough I realized the only way religion could exist, especially forgiving religions, is if said god or gods were constantly intervening in our petty meaningless lives keeping our sadistic existence in line with what he wants, or we would have been created that way in the first place. But I do not see Allah reigning down, bringing peace to the Islamic nations, and I do not see God landing in Jerusalem taking his time to preach directly to the people of the world, nor do I see Krishna sitting atop a mounting accepting prayers of the Hindus outright. No gods have made themselves apparent to anyone in the world besides those determined to lock themselves in caves for decades with barely any food or drink. If these few, who today we would call psychotic, are the only chosen ones than it becomes apparent to me that god is simply delusion, invented in caves by schizophrenics.

February 2, 2012   5 notes

My God

My God is real and I know it. Because I know my God. My God is no creator or destroyer, but he does have the power to command what he claims. The kingdom is minuscule but extremely significant. My God is myself, and my God will never yield control to another.

December 4, 2011   16 notes

“ Human beings in a mob. Whats a mob to a king? What’s a king to a god? What’s a god to a non-believer? ”

Frank Ocean

August 9, 2011   5 notes


The saddening misinterpretation of the word faith lately has started to bother me. Faith is simply to believe in something despite the contrary. Not only meant for religious reasons.

i.e. I have faith in Politics despite its recent failures;

I have faith in science despite the fact it will never prove everything;


I have faith in Atheism despite that I, and everyone else, will never know for sure.