End Easter, Engender Enlightenment
End Easter, Engender
Two millennia of Christianity are enough, says SOLO Principal Lindsay Perigo.
"It's time this stinking, stupid, savage superstition was laid to rest," Perigo adds.
"Today, around the world, we will see the spectacle of re-enacted sadism and masochism in devout Christian nations like the Philippines, as primitive imbeciles flagellate and crucify each other. We will witness elderly pedophiles in drag performing meaningless rituals in devout Christian strongholds like the Vatican, as the Pedophile-Protector-in-Chief mutters nonsense to stupefied throngs. The President of the United States, whose preferred superstition is actually the Islam he appeases, will nonetheless reiterate the commitment of a civilisation based on reason to a Christian world-view based on reason's antithesis, faith—faith in utter balderdash.
"Nothing can be more nonsensical than the idea of a lonely goblin, existing all by himself for ever, finally creating men for company, then having a hissy-fit and drowning most of them, then sending his virgin-birthed son down to atone for the sins he knew in advance they would commit, then damning them all to eternal torture for the same sins if they didn’t accept his son's 'sacrifice.'
"The widespread acceptance of Christianity's viciously immoral 'morality' is responsible for concentration camps and genocide. Since the time of Plato and Aristotle men have had the option of choosing between them—of choosing this world or a non-existent hereafter, happiness or misery, pleasure or pain, pride or humility, individualism or collectivism, reason or faith. Plato has prevailed via Christianity. The gruesome results are plain for all to see.
"May we now finally repudiate Plato and embrace the philosophy of Aristotle and the improvements effected upon it by his greatest 20th century exponent, Ayn Rand, in her philosophy of Objectivism, which says there is only one reality, it is real, man’s mind is competent to grasp it and should be left free to do so in the pursuit of each man’s highest moral purpose, his own happiness.
"This way lies mankind's true salvation," Perigo concludes.