Wednesday, September 29, 2004

It is said

It is said that those who deny God deny Him because of their despair at not finding Him. I believe this to be a delusion born of fear. A God who has not ceased hiding away from the problems of the human race is not worth finding to begin with. Indeed, the important question is not whether we believe in God; but does God believe in the human race? If God does care and provides for us, how so, and where is He? Poch Suzara

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Belief in God

Belief in God is not knowledge; in fact, most people deny knowledge in order to make roon for faith in God. And as long as we continue to cut each other's throat since we cannot agree as to what will happen to us after our throats have been cut, we shall always have faith in God; or, as the case may be, we shall always have "faith in Allah." Poch Suzara


Jesus was a typical Christian. He was comfortable to be around fishermen, sheepherders, and carpenters; but he was not happy to be in the company of writers, thinkers, and philosophers. In fact, not one of his apostles was a recruit from the intellectual community. Poch Suzara

Monday, September 27, 2004

The fool

The fool saith in his heart that there is no God. But who is the bigger fool? The fool or God who created the fools? Poch Suzara

Religion and Television

Religion - the opium of the Filipino yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Television - the opprobrium of the Filipino today, tomorrow, and for years yet to come. Poch Suzara

Rizal's retraction

Rizal's retraction story has been and still is the fairy tale told by the traditional liars of the Catholic Church in order to protect the rule of theocracy in the Philippines. If Rizal indeed retracted, why was he not given a Christian burial? Indeed, Rizal's remains was just put inside a dirty old sack and then thrown in an area reserved for the heretics in Paco Cemetery. Poch Suzara

Jose Rizal

If Jose Rizal's scientific way of thinking have become the shinning light guiding the Filipino way of life, the Philippines could have been the greatest and the most decently developed nation in Asia today. Indeed, Jose Rizal wanted us to be a nation of intelligent readers and honest thinkers, and not a nation of childish prayers. Christianity, however, wanted us to be a nation BOBOS. It has been quite a success. Look at how we are all still waiting for the Second Coming of Christ to bring peace, love, goodwill, and law and order in the Philippines. Poch Suzara

Take from Theology

Take from theology the mystery, the supernatural, the sacred lies, incomprehensible, the impossible, the unthinkable, including the invisible, the absurd, and nothing but a vacuum remains. Poch Suzara

Saturday, September 25, 2004

We have no government

We have no government of the people, by the people, and for the people. We do, however, have a government of the rich, by the rich, and for the rich. But the poor believe they have a government because they are the only ones who are made poorer for paying taxes to the government.In the meantime, in this country, if you steal small, you end up in jail; but if you steal big, however, you immediately qualify to become a candidate for the highest office of the land. Poch Suzara

99 percent of Filipinos

Would you believe that 99 per cent of the population of the Philippines have no idea whatsoever about the contradications, inconsistencies, absurdities, immoralities, and indeed, obcenities written in the holy bible? What could one expect of a nation of daily prayers, not daily readers? Poch Suzara

Thursday, September 23, 2004


Most people love divinity even as they never examine their God-given mediocrity. Indeed, most people believe that God will provide. Thus far, however, God has provided for humanity nothing but the infinity of human stupidity. Look how we all hate one another in this world for the sake of God's glory in heaven. Poch Suzara


Ignorance keeps the Filipino poor as a people and backward as a nation. Mostly because Filipinos have been indoctrinated to emulate Jesus and his twelve apostles who were all quite a success in the spread ignorance throughout Christian countries. Poch Suzara

I am a failure in life

By all standards I am a total failure in life. In the world of the mediocres and the Philistines, I could have been a great success had I been a stupid soothsayer instead of having been a frustrated truthsayer. Poch Suzara

Monday, September 20, 2004

The Poor Filipino

The Filipino is poor because his national economy is based mostly
on sellers of divine grace, brokers of holy sacrament, traders of sacred lies, retailers of superstition, movers of faith, dealers of eternal salvation, and promoters of prayer under the promise that God will provide while graft and corruption goes on perpetually.
Poch Suzara

I love science

I love science. There is no authority in science; there are only experts of science. I hate religion. There is only authority in religion. There are no experts of religion. Poch Suzara

In this world

In this world there is more human stupidity than there is human intelligence. This is only because most people feel at home with human stupidity as they are easily frightened by human intelligence. Poch Suzara

Saturday, September 18, 2004

No college degrees

Women have no college degrees in motherhood. Men have no college degrees in fatherhood. If only mothers and fathers have the right information for family planning and birth control, more and more babies will be born needed, wanted, and loved in this world. Poch Suzara

True Religion

Is there one true religion? This is a grammaticaly correct question but fails to reflect the logical form of its meaning. A better question to ask: Does man need moral and ethical values to evolve farther into a higher level of consciousness? Poch Suzara

As soon as I am dead

As soon as I am dead, I will probably believe in God one more time. After all, God has more fascination for the dead than He feels an obligation for the living.
In the meantime, every year, during ALL SAINTS DAY, we visit the dead in the cemetery. But if man enjoys an immortal life after death, shouldn't it more wonderful if the dead visit us at home rather than we visit the dead in the cemetery? Consider the happy reunion with the dead not only with our immediate love-ones, but also visits from our great-great-grandparents dead centuries ago?
Poch Suzara

The real poor

Rich people have the impression that they are not poor because they are not materially needy. In fact, the poorest among the poor are those who are empty intellectually, bankrupt morally, impoverished spiritually, and socially insane perpetually. Poch Suzara

The Question

The question is not whether religion is worthy or unworthy, but whether religion does not destroy the minds and hearts of children who grow up to be mindless men and heartless in love only of the next world, but not of this life. Poch Suzara

God Loves

God loves the poor. He made so many of them. But God loves the ignorant even more. The many poor are just as ignorant as the many rich. Poch Suzara

The United Nations

The world has already established the United Nations for the sake of humanity. It has yet, however, to establish the United Religions for the sake of divinity. Poch Suzara

The Way, Light, and the Truth

There was a time when the Way, the Light, and the Truth ruled the world. It lasted for a thousand years. It was called the "Dark Ages." Poch Suzara

A thief

According to the bible, there is nothing wrong with being a thief. Look at the thief crucified along side with Jesus. For believing that Jesus was the Son of God, the thief was promised eternal salvation in paradise. Poch Suzara


Not only the Old Testament contradict the New Testament. Not only the gospel of Matthew, Luke, John, and Mark contradict each other; but the Cathlic version, Duane Version, the King James Version, the Good News Version, etc. all contradict each other. Moreover, there are 37 different versions of the bible for sale in the market today. But go to any bookstore, you will find only one version of the Multiplication Table Chart. And to think that the multiplication table - the perfect model of truth - was not written by inspired authors of God. Poch Suzara

In The Search of the Truth

In the search of the truth, since they could not find it, the theologians have taken the back seat. They now let the scientists do the driving. Poch Suzara


Notice how God, soul, heaven, hell, demons, angels, and everything else that is invisible all look exactly alike? Poch Suzara

According to Catholic Teachings

According to Catholic teachings, if you were childlike, innocent, and indeed questionaless, you have a better chance of gaining eternal salvation and be with God in heaven after you are dead. Poch Suzara

If a spiritual God

If a spiritual God designed the material universe, who or what designed the spiritual designer? Poch Suzara

Religion and Politics

Religion is just as worthless as politics because in both, the holding of a belief without evidence is a necessity. Poch Suzara

Friday, September 17, 2004

In schools and Universities

In schools and universities, they teach all sorts of information, except the evidence for its truthfulness. Indeed, they teach WHAT to believe, and not HOW to think. Poch Suzara

Respect for God

How could I respect God who showed more concern for his silly apple tree than showing kind attention to the plight of his children in paradise? Poch Suzara

The Success of Christianity

Christianity owes its great success not so much owing to the teachings of Christ, but owing mostly to the existence of the devil. Indeed, without the devil, there would be no need to save one's soul from eternal damnation. Poch Suzara

Faith in God

The priesthood industry knows full well that if God ever comes out from hiding, there would be no need for faith in God anymore. And so, the priesthood industry sees to it that God never comes out of hiding. Poch Suzara

Most of our Beliefs

If most of our cherished beliefs were wrong a hundred years ago, it follows that our most cherished beliefs today will turn our wrong also a hundred years from now. Poch Suzara

Cholera and faith

Cholera and faith are alike an epidemic; fortunately science has already found the cure for cholera. Religion has yet not found the cure for faith as it is still an evil pretty much inspiring the war between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland, and the killings in God's name going on the Middle East today between the Jews, the Muslimsn and the Christians. Poch Suzara

Believe in God again

Introduce me to a God who can impregnate a virgin; resurrect back to life Bertrand Russell and Carl Sagan; cure the pimples off the face of my 15 year old son, and I will believe in the existence of God once again. Poch Suzara

Monday, September 06, 2004

To err

To err is not only human, it is being religious. To forgive is not only divine, it is to become more religious. Indeed, there is money to be made in the business of errors and forgiveness. Ask Mike Velarde of El Shaddai, now a billionaire in the business of selling religious errors for the sake of forgiveness. Poch Suzara

Where's Jesus

The theologians are suppose to be quite knowledgeable on the subject of God, heaven and hell, including the Gospels and the bible, but ask any of them for the whereabouts of Jesus Christ? They know not. Neither the dead nor the living among the theologians have any idea as to where exactly Jesus is existing at present. Poch Suzara