Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Hitler - an Atheist - Excuse me!

Hitler - an atheist - excuse me. On the contrary, Hitler was born into a Catholic family and went to Catholic school as a child. The redeeming feature about Hitler’s life was that he never publicly renounced his faith as a Catholic. Listen to Hitler’s best friend, Rudolf Hess, later to be deputy Fuhrer. In a letter Hess wrote to the Prime Minister of Bavaria, he said: “I know Herr Hitler very personally and am quite close to him. He has an unusually honorable character, full of profound kindness, is religious, a good Catholic.” Hitler, in his MEIN KAMPF, wrote: “Hence today I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jews, I am fighting for the work of the Lord.” Hitler’s Nazi army belt buckles were inscribed with “GOTT MIT UNS.” Meaning “GOD WITH US.” Hitler, an atheist? Excuse me! Hate and wars are declared and waged by stupid men with sacred beliefs, and not because intelligent men are intelligent enough to have no sacred beliefs. Thus, no one has, as yet, ever heard of atheists killing other atheists because they do not believe in God. As for me, in my simplicity, always on the side of human decency, and with all due respect, love and affection to my Catholic parents, Catholic grandparents, Catholic great grandparents and ancestors all the way from China, America, Ireland, Spain, Italy, and Greece - I thank God that I have learned to become a happy and a proud and soon to be resting in peace - atheist. Poch Suzara

How Wonderful of God

How great and wonderful and powerful of God to manage somehow to convince ONE scientist out of the ONE MILLION SCIENTIST all over the world to return to the religious camp comprised mostly of the non-scientific faithfools.

Well, I am not a scientist; in fact I am as a high school dropout, But I also have been waiting for God to show me the way, the light, and the truth. But where in hell is God? How come God is never omni-present, but only always omni-absent? And what if, when God appears to me and it turns out that God is not a Catholic, but a lunatic? Just like the lunatics identifying themselves to me as God's representatives and that they speak to me in God's behalf? I say, fuck that holy shit. Poch Suzara

Sunday, March 28, 2010

The Chicken and the Egg

God created the chicken. God created the egg. But which did God
create first - the chicken or the egg?

If God created first the chicken and the purpose of its existence
is to lay the egg, why would God bother to create the egg?
But if God created first the egg and the purpose of its existence
is to propagate chicken, why would God bother to create the chicken?

Well, what if the universe have neither a beginning nor
an end - what role then for a God to create what? Poch Suzara

Saturday, March 27, 2010

What have I to offer You as I am an Atheist

When the foreigners arrived in the 16th century, we had the land, and they had the bible. Today in the 21st century, we Filipinos still have the bible and the foreigners own not only most of our land, but are also the owners of schools, colleges, and universities in the Philippines. Not to mention the media. Such commercial enterprises continue to teach us Filipinos to be proud of our Christian faith. Especially for as long as we do not bother to read what’s precisely written n the bible. A book written not by Filipinos but written by foreigners – the Jews – the “elect,” God’s “chosen people.” My dear reader, I ask: have you ever wondered why we Filipinos feel so proud and lucky to be employed by foreigners right here in our own country? If not feel even more proud and luckier to be employed in foreign countries? In the meantime, a great number of poverty-stricken jobless Filipinos nevertheless feel so blessed by God as the bible declares: “Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land." Also, "For in much wisdom is much grief; and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow." Or even more socially disastrous, the bible warns - "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge." On the contrary, when a Christian allows one kind of fear to dominate him, he soon comes to be dominated by other kinds of fear also. Listen to our own Jose Rizal - arrested, jailed, and publicly executed for writing two books that shook the foundation of Christianity in the Philippines. He stressed the worth of the Filipino. He emphasized the fact that human dignity is a person’s worth, that which makes him stand above all other creatures. In his exchange of ideas on human rights and freedom with Fr. Pablo Pastells, Rizal said: “ Man’s dignity is precious to him. He carries within him a feeling of importance, a regard for his value and worth. When man ceases to value his dignity as a human being, he ceases to be a man. He forgets that nothing, indeed, is more excellent than humanity. . . Deprive a man of his dignity, and you not only deprive him of his moral stamina, but you also render him useless even to those who want to make use of him. . . Man in his self-respect; take it away from him and he becomes a corpse.” There is, indeed, something feeble, if not despicable, about a Filipino who cannot live his life unless sustained by the belief in deadly superstitions. Such as - one need not bother with poverty, disease, and population growth because God will provide. Or, that "blessed are those who are poor in spirit. They shall inherit the kingdom of God in heaven." It is time for us Filipinos to be receptive to the values of science and scientific way of thinking, and technology. Such values should help us extricate ourselves out of poverty by generating our intellectual growth as a people, and development as a civilized and matured nation. It is also time to realize that we have been educated to be amenable to more of the same blind faith in the Christian way of life. It has, indeed, turned out to be our worst enemy: faith kills the mind before other diseases kill the body. Faith is just another sacred word we have been taught to employ to justify a lazy mentality, rationalize our lack of creativity, if not to maintain and to support the ways of our sick society. So deeply rooted in the teachings of Christianity. The test of a true religion, however, has nothing to do with a holy book, or how Old or New are its Testaments. It has nothing to do with prayer rally part 1, 2, and 3. It has nothing to do with bombastic preachings delivered by real estate brokers devouring financial offerings from blind and ignorant Jesus followers. It has nothing to do with a pie in the sky or an ally in the sky. On the contrary, a true religion should generate human love and compassion in the here and now that binds the human family together in this precious life. Indeed, a true religion does not inspire stupidity or insecurity; neither does it encourage running away from the problems of human society. Indeed, a true religion knows full well that the truth hurts, but knows even more that lies and deceptions are far more damaging and can last for a thousand years. As for me, an atheist, what have I to offer fellow-Filipinos in this religiously sick country of ours. Only one thing creative as it is constructive: I offer you the courage to take back what was stolen away from you during formative years in school - the most priceless treasure in the world – your precious mind and precious hearts as Filipinos! In this way, you need no longer waste more time and energy loving a foreign imagery being up out there, and wasting even more time by hating one another down here! Indeed, we need to remedy the ills of our sick society with intellectual revolution, via the evolution of our precious minds and hearts to learn to become proud Filipinos. To be proud of our women. To be proud of our children. to be proud of our government. Indeed, to be proud of the one and only country we were all born into - the Philippines! The aim of Christian education in the Philippines has always been about the pursuit of learning for the "Greater Glory of God." Here, however, is how the bible describes God and the glory of his temper and his tantrum: "I will sweep away everything in all your land," says the LORD. "I will sweep away both people and animals alike. Even the birds of the air and the fish in the sea will die. I will reduce the wicked to heaps of rubble, along with the rest of humanity," says the LORD. "I will crush Judah and Jerusalem with my fist and destroy every last trace of their Baal worship. I will put an end to all the idolatrous priests, so that even the memory of them will disappear. For they go up to their roofs and bow to the sun, moon, and stars. They claim to follow the LORD, but then they worship Molech, too. So now I will destroy them! And I will destroy those who used to worship me but now no longer do. They no longer ask for the LORD's guidance or seek my blessings." (Zephaniah 1:2-6) Today, throughout the Christian world, except in the Philippines - Christianity is tearing itself apart externally as it is collapsing internally. Today, throughout the Christian world, except in the Philippines, priestly authority and priestly respect exist no more or have been sensibly diminished. Today, throughout the Christian world, except in the Philippines, the superstructure of ecclesiastical privilege is tottering. Its fall is inevitable as its foundation has largely been based upon sacred lies and holy deceptions. It is time to educate ourselves to establish right here in our own country a sane and a healthy society. It is time we promote in our country nothing but the beauty of common Filipino decency. It is also time to read properly and thoroughly the bible. In this way, as we begin to learn and understand just exactly how destructive bible messages have been and still are - we can begin to rock the Christian boat; preferably to sink it. Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Friday, March 26, 2010


Who can deny the power of Christian education via our schools, colleges, and universities? Take a good look at this sad fact: 98 per cent of all college-educated Pinoys and Pinays are far more comfortable with the life and times not of our own Jose Rizal, but of a Jewish fellow otherwise more known as Jesus Christ born in a Jewish land some 2,000 years ago. Our Jose Rizal was arrested, jailed, and executed to death in order to protect and defend the power of Christian education in the Philippines. It is, in this way, that only few Filipinos are conversant with the real Jose Rizal, born in the Philippines some 151 years ago. His killer – the power of Christian education – conveniently removed him off the world stage as one of the greatest of thinkers/freedom fighters the Philippines has ever produced. Indeed, Rizal was not a silly believer. He was an intelligent thinker! That is why, his killers - those behind the power of Christian education in the Philippines, - all ended up as saints still preaching that Jose Rizal was nothing but a repentant sinner! This is sanctimonious bullshit, if I may say to. Greece had a Socrates. France a Voltaire. Germany a Nietzche. Austria a Freud. China a Sun Yet- Sen. England a Darwin, Newton, and a Bertrand Russell. Italy a Galileo and a Bruno. America a Tom Paine and Ingersoll and Durant. Cuba a Jose Marti, Che and Fidel Castro. Singapore a Lee Kuan Yew. Vietnam a Ho Chi Minh. These were some of the great men who, with courage and intellect, put more sense into the minds of men and the hearts of women where education has put only traditional, if not sacred horrors. We Filipinos could have had a Jose Rizal. The greatest and rarest Filipino this country has ever produced. A martyr to the cause of Human Rights and freedom. Unfortunately, the Catholic Church put him down to size. Millions of Filipinos still have no inkling why Rizal was one of mankind’s greatest heroes. Indeed, college professors, historians, biographers, including his own descendants have been frightened by the Catholic Church authority to believe that Rizal was executed while repentant of his sins against God and regretful of his crimes against his own people. What brazen lies to tell about the greatest Filipino who ever lived. The greatest Filipino who died standing up sober and not drunk kneeling down with religious lies. In the meantime, pontifical fear and ecclesiastical ignorance are the recycled garbage generated in our schools, colleges, and universities. Especially those owned and managed by the Catholic Church and other religious organizations in the Philippines. Consider the average Filipino in this 21st century: he is more comfortable with infantile prayer under a theology than he is at home with intelligent science producing technology to enhance our freedom and democracy and to eliminate poverty out of our sick society. The power of Christian education in the Philippines? In our schools, colleges, and universities - they still teach that our Jose Rizal was nobody precious, nobody meritorious as compared to Jesus, the Son of a Jewish God. Poch Suzara

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Education in the Philippines

Education in the Philippines, for the most part, is a state manipulation
in partner with the church organization, out to spread, for the glory of
God in heaven, the gospel of profitable confusion.

It is, in this way, as the Sick Man of Asia, we Filipinos have so much
faith in our daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly delusion.

We are even taught to believe that these horrors are the best way to gain
God's reward later after death more known as "eternal salvation." Poch Suzara

God this and God that in the Philippines

In the Philippines, we are told again and again that: "Daily work takes
on eternal value when it is done for God.” (See Phil Star today March 26,

I ask: Is God such a helpless or a worthless supernatural being in that
we Filipinos have to work for him? For what? To make sure that the millions
of us jobless in this only Christian country in Asia - we keep God eternally
alive and not dead or dying?

Again, Philippine Star assures us that: “God’s strength is best seen in our
weakness.” No kidding?

In the meantime, our daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly offerings to God do
not go to God. They are devoured by the priesthood industry - getting richer
and richer otherwise more known as the Vatican Bank - the richest bank in the world today. Poch Suzara

Christian Responsibility

For Manny Amador and his religious Gang

When you are confronted with your Christian responsibility, many of you begin to wonder where on earth you are going to get the courage and power to share your faith with others. And you are right. The strength you need comes from nowhere on earth. It comes directly from heaven. In the meantime, you read in the bible that: “Jesus summoned his twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to cure every disease and every sickness (Matthew 10:1).

Well, I ask: Does it really take 2,000 years with power and authority from God to cure every disease and every sickness on this earth? Especially in the Philippines, the only Christian country in Asia since the 16th century? We are still infected not only with every disease and every sickness, but also infested with poverty, misery, social and religious insanity! We are still being educated to believe that this life is a sick life; but that there is, comparatively, a healthy and wealthy life to come but only after death in the kingdom of God in heaven!

In the meantime, some 15,000,000 (million) college-educated Pinoys and Pinays have already left to live and work overseas. There are no employment opportunities in the Philippines. For Christ's sake, there is not even such a thing as God will provide with power and authority to remedy the endless ills of our sick society! Poch Suzara

Monday, March 22, 2010

To Be Moral

To be moral, according to Jesus, I must shackle my reason. I must force myself to believe and have faith in what I cannot understand. I must suppress, in the name of morality, any doubts that surface in my mind. I must regard as a mark of excellence an unwillingness to subject religious beliefs to critical analysis. Less doubts, less criticism leads to more faith – and faith, Jesus declares, is the hallmark of virtue. Indeed, “unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” Matt. 18:3. Children, after all, are always gullible enough believe even in the existence of Santa Claus. As an atheist, - I am a man of self-esteem. I therefore cannot quality to be a candidate for the master-slave relationship that Christianity offers me. A man lacking in self-esteem, a man ridden with guilt, will frequently prefer the apparent security of Christianity over independence and find comfort in the thought that, for the price of total submissiveness, God will love and protect and reward him especially after death in heaven eternally. I am an atheist because I have no need to pay a dear price for that deadly religious way of life: the mindless surrender of the self via the mutilation of the intellect. Poch Suzara

Seeds of Atheism

Dear Raymond, The seeds of Atheism planted in the Philippines will be a full grown Tree of Knowledge 200 to 300 years from now. That is why, in this God-forsaken country of ours - I am doing my best to plant those seeds of atheism not tomorrow, not next week, not next month, but planting those atheistic seeds TODAY! Thanks for writing. Poch Suzara

More Than a BILLION Filipinos

More than a BILLION FILIPINOS already lived and died ever since Christianity conquered the Philippines in the 16th century. Who knows for certain how many already dead Filipinos made it to heaven; and, how many already dead Filipinos damned in hell. Not even our all-knowing theologians know for certain.

As an atheist, however, I am certain. I would like to point out to you religious morons of this 21st century Philippines, specially to Manny Amador,to please open your bible and read Ecc. 9:5 - "The dead know not anything, neither have they any more a reward for the memory of them is forgotten." Poch Suzara

Sunday, March 21, 2010

The Dignity of Atheism

I recently read an essay: ‘The Indignity of Atheism.” Obviously the
author, (Rabbi Avi Shafron) never properly read the bible or read
any of the works written by Bertrand Russell - mathematician Logician,
philosopher, Noel Prize winner, and a world famous atheist.

Here’s Bertrand Russell’s introductory remarks to his autobiography:

What I Have Lived For

Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my
ife: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, and unbearable
pity for the suffering of mankind. These passions, like great winds,
have blown me hither and thither, in a wayward course, over a great
ocean of anguish, reaching to the very verge of despair.

I have sought love, first, because it brings ecstasy - ecstasy so
great that I would often have sacrificed all the rest of life for
a few hours of this joy. I have sought it, next, because it relieves
loneliness - that terrible loneliness in which one shivering
consciousness looks over the rim of the world into the cold
unfathomable lifeless abyss. I have sought it finally, because in
the union of love I have seen, in a mystic miniature, the prefiguring
vision of the heaven that saints and poets have imagined. This is what
I sought, and though it might seem too good for human life, this is
what - at last - I have found.

With equal passion I have sought knowledge. I have wished to
understand the hearts of men. I have wished to know why the stars
shine. And I have tried to apprehend the Pythagorean power by which
number holds sway above the flux. A little of this, but not much, I
have achieved.

Love and knowledge, so far as they were possible, led upward toward
the heavens. But always pity brought me back to earth. Echoes of cries
of pain reverberate in my heart. Children in famine, victims tortured
by oppressors, helpless old people a burden to their sons, and the
whole world of loneliness, poverty, and pain make a mockery of what
human life should be. I long to alleviate this evil, but I cannot,
and I too suffer.

This has been my life. I have found it worth living, and would gladly
live it again if the chance were offered me. Poch Suzara

Saturday, March 20, 2010

A Lot of Difference

There is a lot of difference between fucking and thinking. I wish more people would stop fucking around and show me instead some real, honest-to-goodness, fearless thinking.

By the way, you religious morons should stop that "God bless you" business. Have you really met any one now dead, already buried, and rotting in a cemetery who was ever blessed by God while he or she was still alive perpetually happy and eternally healthy? Poch Suzara

Friday, March 19, 2010

No Way Jose

I am told that in my writings I should try to avoid using words like
“religious morons.” That I should, instead, be polite, and refer to
same as the “religious adherents.” I say no way Jose!

Those who had our own hero - Jose Rizal - arrested, jailed, and executed
more than a hundred years ago were not the religious adherents. They were
the religious morons in their day – the Catholic Spanish friars. They were
out to establish and to promote not common Filipino decency in our land,
but to protect and to defend a highly profitable big business otherwise more
known as Catholicism in the Philippines.

Ever since then, since there were no more heroes in the likes of a
Jose Rizal, in this already 21st century, the Catholic church has become
the richest and most powerful corporation existing in the Philippines.
For one thing, the Catholic church has a monopoly on the population growth
so that recruits for church membership are ever increasing; never decreasing.
The majority of impoverished Filipinos are its client/members, especially
in buying forgiveness of sin from God through the power of prayer. Indeed,
Filipinos have been taught to believe and to have faith in God who will
always forgive and who will always provide. If not here in our country,
in other foreign countries, or better yet, later, in heaven, after death.
I say it again - fuck that shit! Poch Suzara

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Let There Be Light

God said: “Let there be light” and there was light. Unfortunately, God never meant it to be light for the purpose of illuminating the minds of men and brightening the hearts of women.

Imagine God instead declaring “let there be love, beauty, knowledge, and the joy of life, so that the human race can bring forth more light into this world of darkness.”

If this were the case, no Filipino need be blind Christians today still stuck living in fear, misery, and in poverty for God’s glory in heaven. Indeed, in this already 21st century, we Filipinos are still stuck with religious lies and biblical deceptions rather than already enjoying at large decent results of a decent
education that promotes a decent nation.

We still totally reject what our own Jose Rizal said: "I would like the Filipino people to become worthy, noble, and honorable." Indeed, what we have been taught to accept in our schools, colleges, and universities is to be sinners, not saints.

As the Sick Man of Asia, indeed, as devout Christians, we Filipinos would rather continue to accept and obey faithfully what Jesus Christ, two thousand years ago, said: "If any man come to me and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple." Luke 14:26 Poch Suzara

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

God Made me An Atheist

Everything happens according to the Will of God.
God made me an atheist. I dare any of you religious
morons to argue against the Will of God. Poch Suzara

Monday, March 15, 2010

History of free Thought

As a freethinker myself, I am, naturally, interested
in the history of free thought. I am, however, far more
interested to contribute rather than just distribute to
others the history of free thought. That is why, rightly
or wrongly, I’d rather think for myself rather than just
allow other great thinkers to think for me. Thus, my
Thoughts to Provoke Your Thoughts Blog.

Bertrand Russell, one of the greatest thinkers this
world has ever produced nevertheless inspired in me as
his student to think always for myself. Russell never
discouraged me to question everything including his own
stand on a great many issues. After some seventy years
of devotion in the search of the truth, Russell was honest
enough to admit his failure in finding the truth. He
concluded: “All human knowledge is uncertain, inexact,
and partial.”

As a free thinker, I love, worship, and adore Bertrand
Russell. He declared, and rightly so: “Nobody’s perfect,
and we should never be bothered by the fact that we are
not.” Poch Suzara

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Atheism and Theism - the Difference

We atheists are more at home, happy and comfortable with hard thinking,
hard doubting, hard reading, hard questioning, hard discovering, and
hard writing.

You theists are more at home with easy praying, easy believing, easy
kneeling, easy parroting, easy typing, easy copying, and easy pasting.

In the meantime, it is a terrible thing to waste the power of the human

Shame on all of you timid believers in blind faith! Poch Suzara


If humans evolved from apes, how come humans aren't evolving from apes anymore? What a stupid question.

The more intelligent question to ask: If there is really such a thing as the creator of the universe, and if apes were really such horrible looking creatures as compared to humans, why would God bother to create apes to begin with?

For my part, I have great respect and admiration for the apes. All apes are atheistic. None of them are Christians, or Jews, or Muslims.

Apes do not bother with stupid faith to hate and kill other apes down here for the love of a God up there! Poch Suzara

Saturday, March 13, 2010

The Majority of Filipinos

The majority of Filipinos love and respect Jesus Christ, a non-thinking Jew. They do not love nor respect our national hero Jose Rizal, a great and a rare thinking Filipino. The reason for this national tragedy is only because we are all born ignorant, not stupid. We are made stupid right here at home in our schools, colleges, and universities mostly owned, managed, and controlled by the business of an organized religion more known as Catholic church. Thus, the majority of Filipinos are not the master, but the victims of education. For Christ’s sake, even the teachers in school and the professors in college are insured of their employment for as long as they continue to teach students WHAT to believe; never HOW to think. Thus, as a people, we are the frightened believers. we are not a nation of intelligent thinkers. Poch Suzara

women in need of Cathedrals

Cathedrals, like the Manila Cathedral, are monuments to human stupidity. Name me one cathedral anywhere built on this piece of dust called "earth" that has promoted family unity, social and political decency, not to mention women's rights for self-respect and dignity.

In the meantime, if it is true that God already exists here and there and everywhere - why in hell would God need cathedrals for his glory in heaven to enhance not human civilization on this earth, but to promote himself as a supernatural being so engrossed in self-admiration as he hopes to prove that he is, eternally, a cold-blooded perfection? Poch Suzara

Friday, March 12, 2010

Religion in the Philippines

The Catholic and Iglesia Ni Cristo are the dominant evils in the Philippines. There is also, however, El Shaddai, Jesus is Lord Movement, Dating Daan, Opus Dei, Presbyterian, Methodist, Anglican, Unitarian, Baptist, United Church of God, istian Churches of God, Christ’s Commission Fellowship, Born-Again, Metropolitan Community Church, Most Holy churches of God, New Apostolic, Aglipay religion – all Christians; not to mention the non-Christian religion in the minority – Muslim, Buddhists, Hinduists, Animists, Taoist, and the Nichiren Daishonin teachings, etc. It is truly tragic that religion has been based not upon human intelligence, but based on fear of a divine malevolence. Otherwise, if religion were always creative, constructive, and the spread of benevolence, the Philippines, once known as the "Pearl of the Orient" before Christianity arrived to conquer and to dominate her, need not be famous today as the "Payatas of the Orient." Thanks, however, to our system of education, religion, or better said – superstition - holds a central place in the hearts and minds of the majority of Filipinos. It is, in this way, that we can even take pride of the fact that our non-Christian Asian neighbors are able to hire our blessed by God college educated men and women to be employed as their blessed by God “servants.” Meanwhile, back home, have we ever heard of a Filipino who got to be filthy rich for believing that God is BAD. And yet, millions upon millions of Filipinos are poor despite the fact that they all have been educated to believe that God is GOOD. In this already 21st century, for the glory of divinity, we continue to believe that "freedom of religion" is good. On the contrary, as a matter of historical fact, what shows to be much more sane is the "freedom from religion." Matured and progressive other Asian nations are irreligious, not religious. Scientific, not ecclesiastic. Atheistic, not theistic. It is, indeed, incredible to realize that our Asian neighbors do not have faith in Jesus who preached that we must take no thought for tomorrow because there is a better world to come after death. What we Filipinos always see and feel around us is that God is deeply involved in our birth, education, marriage, population growth, politics, culture, history, and death; not to mention also involved with our government officials, military leaders, businessmen, traders, and farmers. Sadly, however, this God is not a Filipino God, but a Jewish God. It is truly amazing how we Filipinos continue to tolerate the poverty of ideas that compel us to submit, in this modern day and age, to the uselessness of prayer rally and to the recklessness of ancient, if not obsolete, - theology. Thus, what we continue to cherish in our poor and backward country is not human evolution under a growing civilization, but to wait only for the miracles from God as promised by divine revelation. Nothing is precious in the life of a Filipino except the very best that his talents and abilities can achieve for his family, his country, and for fellow-citizens. Especially in the here and now. After all, there is no such thing as the "hereafter" since, for any of us, there never was any such thing as the "herebefore." In the meantime, by and large, our schools, colleges, and universities continue to teach how to ignore nation-wide mutual destruction. We have yet, however, to learn how to attend to the more desirable scientific technique of nation-wide cooperation and general affection for the sake of national restoration via transformation. I ask: where is science, the beauty of the scientific way of thinking, and the efficiency of technology to generate our spiritual growth as a people so that as Filipinos, we can generate our material development as a nation? It is time for our system of education to change radically. Precisely to produce more brave leaders and courageous thinkers. No longer to produce believers and followers having more fun in the temptation for holy corruption. Otherwise, in the centuries to come, we Filipinos will just continue to be blessed by God as a poo people and a blessed by God as a backward nation. Poch Suzara

A Pinay Friend

A Pinay friend told me that she enjoyed her love life with her past
boyfriend in the Philippines. But now working in a foreign country,
she admits that she enjoys her love life pretty much more. It is not
because foreigners are more seductive or attractive or attentive.
It is because the business arrangement is for her simply much more

Well, I said: What a poor sap of a boyfriend she has left behind in
the Philippines. He has turned out to be nothing to her but a fucking

For my part, I wish, however, for our women with dignity and self-respect
all the change, improvement, luck, wealth, and happiness in foreign countries.
Poch Suzara

Thursday, March 11, 2010

It is Truly Ironical

It is truly ironical that the God still pretty much involved in our
system of education, politics, culture, history; not to mention
also much involved with our corrupt government officials, military
leaders, business, trade and commerce – is not a Filipino God, but
a Jewish God. Poch Suzara

Filipino Children

The majority of Filipino children in grade school are taught to believe not only in the unknown, but specially to have faith in anything not worth knowing. By the time they are in high school and in college, with their intelligence already pretty much twisted and distorted, they are no longer capable of learning what is knowable especially common sense. Such as love of life, country, and love of fellow citizens. On the contrary, taught to love only God up there who will always provide for all of us down here. To believe further that there is a better world to come after death. Never mind this world after birth. This is a world of people, nature, and the flesh that's low and depraved and unworthy of reconstruction. Indeed, that this world is merely a stopover on our journey to the next better world. Therefore the less attention placed on it and more attention placed on God's kingdom, the better for the salvation of our souls. Consider the plight of most of our college educated men and women. They are prepared, ready, and willing to live and to work in foreign countries that enjoy a higher standard of living and blessed with the power of down-to-earth thinking. In the meantime, we Filipinos are also getting more famous as the "Servants of the World." Thus, in our own country, we are all born ignorant, not stupid. We are made stupid by education. Poch Suzara

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

If Only Our Women

If only our women as products of our schools, colleges, and universities were seriously taught to pursue higher status in life other than just to fuck, get pregnant, propagate, and to replenish the Philippines with more babies for the glory of God in heaven. There would be more economic prosperity and less poverty in our already sick society. To think that the worst kind of poverty is the poverty of the mind and heart. To think further that human life is nothing but a sexually transmitted disease with a mortality rate of 100 per cent. In the meantime, overpopulation simply means that the number of people in a given society has already surpassed the economic basis for providing them with adequate food, housing, health and sanitation materials, educational facilities, and indeed, creative or harmless leisure. It is incredible how we all are recklessly blind to notice overpopulation is causing a fantastic rise in malnutrition and illiteracy. It seems even more incredible how millions of Filipinos in this already 21st century are still blessed by God to be frightened to believe and indeed to just wait for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to remedy the ills of our sick society. Poch Suzara

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

The Holy Baloney Bible

If you have never read the bible, it is surely holy. If, however, you have properly and seriously read bible contents, it is surely full of holy baloney.

Indeed, the bible as written by inspired authors of an All-knowing God, did not even know that the earth is round, not flat; and that it rotates on its own axis daily; and orbits around the sun yearly.

In the bible, Joshua commanded the sun to stop so that he could, under more light, easily kill more of God's enemies. Now isn't that a lot of holy baloney? Poch Suzara

Monday, March 08, 2010

According to www.reasons.org

According to The mission of Reasons: To Believe is to show that science
and faith are, and always will be, allies, not enemies.

The basic trouble with this claim is that before science and
Faith can be allies, and not enemies, is that faith must first be
friendly with other faiths before they can seek the friendship
of science.

Consider the Christian faith, the Muslim faith, and the
faith of the Jews. They are all unfriendly to each other. In fact, they
are ready and willing to cut each other’s throats because, to begin with,
they cannot agree as to what will happen to them after their throats
have been cut.

Faith and science are allies, not enemies? No kidding? How come in any
of the religious books – in the bible, or in the Quran, and in the
Talmud – there is nothing there mentioned about the beauty and the
wonders of science? Poch Suzara

Saturday, March 06, 2010

This World, Our World

Albert Einstein wrote: “The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is comprehensible.”

What, however, is truly comprehensible about our world is that it is pointless, if not meaningless, not to mention utterly directionless.

The most we can do is to make the most, creatively, out of this short and brief life. After all, even the bible admits that “the dead know not anything, neither have they any more a reward for the memory of them is forgotten.” Ecc. 9:5

For my personal part, as a man well-established as a loner, I try consistently to make sense of my life by cultivating a rather self-conscious sensitivity to the troubles of others in love with life or devoid of it. Poch Suzara

Friday, March 05, 2010

The Clergy

“The clergy, no less than the capitalist class, lives on the backs
of the people, profits from the degradation, the ignorance and the
oppression of the people. ”
Rosa Luxemburg, "Socialism and the Churches," 1905

And if I may add, most of these poor victims in the Philippines
are products of schools, colleges,and universities mostly owned
and operated by the Catholic Church. Poch Suzara

Monday, March 01, 2010

Only in the Philippines

After years of service, Public Servants in the Philippine government usually end up rich, if not famous. If, however, public servants in the government have only turned out to be good, specially good for nothing - their friends and relatives and admirers will, nevertheless, start a movement to get them canonized to be saints of God.

The God in foreign countries is dead or dying. The God of the Filipinos, however, is still alive and kicking; especially as Filipinos are forever praying for evil against one another.

In the meantime, we Filipinos have yet to learn how raise our children to always stand up for humanity, and no longer kneeling down with silly social and political values to please nothing but a silly divinity. Poch Suzara