About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

2 Replies to “Pat Condell: ‘Infantile totalitarian atheists’”

  1. I don’t agree with his take on religion, but his live and let live attitude is the one that we should all have, freedom is all about personal decisions and anyone who is trying to force people to stop believing in a religion is wrong. Just as wrong as people who are trying for force people to believe in a religion, you don’t have to think or believe the way I do, but you do have to respect my right to my one thoughts and beliefs.

  2. When I was growing up, here in the U.S. in the 30s and 40s, I was told to always mind my own business. If some people were of a religion different from ours, we were to mind our own business and let them alone to mind theirs. Live and let live. What ever happened to that attitude? When did people start thinking they had to take personally what other people believed? I was in the supermarket checkout a few months ago and the old lady in front of me said “bless you” to the checker as she departed. When it was my turn the checker snarled “If you buy into that!! I thought we still had freedom of religion in this country!” Good lord! Maybe she interpreted that as “freedom FROM religion”. I felt like saying “lighten up”, but she was too steamed. — by a sweet little old lady giving her a special thank you = “bless you”. Where’s it all going to end? People must go back to “live and let live”.

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