Thursday, July 22, 2010

God's Atheistic Angels

I love, worship, and adore God's angels who rebelled against Him. They were the original atheists who tried to reform the thoughtless, reckless, and indeed, worthless ways of God more known as God's divine plan. Poch Suzara

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

What on Earth is an Atheist

An atheist is one who creatively enjoys not the freedom OF religion, but the freedom FROM religion; especially as religion is mostly about fear and guilt to always morally and to financially support organized superstition. Now what exactly have we atheists to offer in exchange after we demolish superstition off people’s lives? Only this - we offer the return of the most priceless treasure stolen away from you during education: your own precious mind and heart; especially as a human being that you may learn to have more love and compassion for the rest of humankind not for what she is at present but for what humankind has the great potential to become in the future. Before he died at the age of 97, Bertrand Russell, mathematician, logician, a philosopher, and an atheist, wrote: “I cannot believe that this is to be the end. I would have men forget their quarrels for a moment and reflect that, if they allow themselves to survive, there is every reason to expect the triumphs of the future to exceed immeasurably the triumphs of the past. There lies before us, if we choose, continual progress in happiness, knowledge, and wisdom. Shall we, instead, choose death, because we cannot forget our quarrels? I appeal, as a human being to human beings: remember your humanity, and forget the rest. If you can do so, the way lies open to a new Paradise; if you cannot, nothing lies before you but universal death.” Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Letter to the Editors

July 27, 2010
Philippine Daily Inquirer
Letter to the Editors

Dear Editors,

Let's face it. Everything is a failure in the Philippines; except Christianity.
Faith in God is the only thing that's quite a traditional success in our country. Indeed, the only Christian country in Asia that remains poor spiritually, backward morally, infantile politically, silly culturally, empty historically, insane socially, bankrupt economically, and faithful criminally. Yours faithfully, Poch Suzara

Singapore and Metro Manila

Both are about the same size in land area. And yet, the population of Singapore
is 5 million people with a per capita income of $19,000 a year.

Metro Manila has a population of 12 million people with a per capita income of $1,750 a year.

In the meantime, we have religious morons in our sick society that continue to insist that we have no population problem in the Philippines; and, that our poverty is mainly due to our lack of spirituality, our lack of devotion to divinity, and our lack of faith in Christianity. All as a deadly result due to our lack of bible study as a daily necessity to be always in touch with our sense of loyalty for Christian piety.

I said it before, I say it again. In the Philippines there is nothing evil about embracing, perpetually, human stupidity. After all, human stupidity in our
blessed by God sick society is as everlasting as eternity. Poch Suzara

Saturday, July 17, 2010

The Greatest Evil

An un-wanted pregnancy a great evil; but an un-wanted child is a greater evil. The greatest evil of all, however, is to be pro-stupidity when it comes to the necessity and the beauty of creating for ourselves a sane and a healthy society.

Our women produce three babies every minute of the day in the Philippines. That’s about 1.5 million babies added to our population yearly. Many of these babies are un-wanted by their mother or father. In fact, these un-wanted babies grow up a bit and then they are killed with ill-health, dirty sanitation, and malnutrition, if not mentally crippled by poisonous education.

If only our schools, colleges, and universities teach girls and boys that a hard intellectual ejaculation is much more creative or productive than easy sexual penetration - ours need not be a sick and an insane society. Poch Suzara

Filipino Economic Bullshit

There are already more than 15,000,000 Filipinos residing and working today in some 168 foreign countries. Indeed, in the Philippines, out of every one job available there are more than 100 applicants applying for that job. And the wages offered are, as usual, pathetic. Just like working for any employer who is a “me first” greedy lunatic. In the meantime, I have yet to see Filipino economists working not for their employer’s greed, but working by protecting and defending the employee’s needs. If they are unable to do so, the least they can do is to start proclaiming that our population growth is not fruitful, but fruitless in our struggle for equality via national economic prosperity. In our country where the rich minority get richer, and the poor majority get poorer, I ask: what the fuck are you Filipino college-educated economists doing to remedy the national bullshit otherwise more known as GOD BLESS YOU or GOD BLESS the insane economic system traditional in the Philippines? Poch Suzara

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Historical Stupidity

We Filipinos, indeed, are quite spiritual as a people. In this already 21st century, we still have faith in the recycled failures that generate our sick society. But we have more faith in the success of Christianity as the traditional way of life in our country since the 16th century.

In the meantime, in our schools, colleges, and universities we have been seriously taught to believe that it comes to new and fresh ideas, we must only remain frightened. We must never be brightened. Thus, our recycled failures as a sick society; while we enjoy holding on to our endless blind faith in more of the same old historical stupidity.

Look how we Filipinos in deep faith only love God up there by hating one another down here. We are even so busy with nothing except fucking each other for the glory of God in heaven so that as our population increases we will have more Filipinos to
hate for the same glory of God in heaven.

In the meantime, when one Filipino suffers from a delusion, it is called "insanity." When, however, millions of Filipinos suffer from the same delusion - it is known as having faith in "Christianity."

As for me, happily, openly, and publicly, I thank God that I am a faithful atheist. Poch Suzara

Monday, July 12, 2010

Religious Men and Women

Religious men and women are almost always people with a high sense of guilt and anxiety. Indeed, a sense of worthlessness as human beings for they can never, in
the nature of things, live up to the “perfection” that is demanded of them by their faith in God.

Indeed, guilt is an immensely power weapon. If a teacher makes you feel that there is something is wrong with you, then that teacher has gained a psychological ascendancy over your way of life.

“Be ye perfect as your father in heaven is perfect,” is an example of a command which is psychologically meaningless. It induces the feeling of guilt and anxiety for not being perfect.

“Oh Lord have mercy upon us miserable sinners.” What better way could be devised
to make men and women vulnerable to mind control? To be obedient? To be faithful?
To be fearful? Indeed, to be religiously dumbstruck?

As for me, an atheist, I would rather attach more value to what Bertrand Russell said: “No one is perfect and we should never be bothered by the fact that we are not.” Poch Suzara

Our Infantile System of Education

Take a good look at our Television industry. Movie industry. Media industry. Priesthood industry. Public Service industry. Law Enforcement industry. Society in general. Look how we are all educated to enjoy life only by singing, dancing, drinking, smoking, playing, shouting, kicking, jumping, fighting, laughing, crying, kissing, fooling, cheating, lying, violating, mocking, joking, bragging, negating, fearing, parroting, imitating, faking, corrupting, polluting, borrowing, bribing, hating, downgrading, fecundating, mating, prostituting, impregnating, ignoring, escaping, praying, sinning and, indeed - forgiving. But never must we ever enjoy life by thinking. Indeed, we have been taught to seriously believe that thinking is evil - the way of the devil. It will prevent our winning eternal salvation in heaven, by gaining eternal damnation in hell. And that is how, in this already 21st century, we Filipinos continue to be not the rich masters, but the poor and stupid victims of an infantile system of education. Poch Suzara

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Only in the Philippines

If steal small, you land in jail. However, if you steal big, you immediately qualify to run as a candidate for government office. In government, if you steal bigger – you are promoted into a higher government position. In the meantime, look at the criminal investigations going on for crimes committed by government officials. The task is not being done by policemen or by NBI agents, but investigated by fellow-criminals in or out of the same corrupt government.

Usually, the investigation goes on endlessly; except for one beautiful development. Via the priesthood industry – the criminals under investigation have already been forgiven by God for their sins and crimes. It is otherwise more known as the success of Christianity as a way of life in the Philippines. Poch Suzara


God was such as an amateur in the creation profession when he created Adam and Eve. They had no roof over their heads. No bed to sleep on. No blanket. no pillows. No deodorant. No sanitary napkins. No sex. First-Aid Kit. No cloths. No shoes. No socks. No comb. No toothbrush. No toothpaste. No dental floss. No nail cutter. No cups. No glasses. No plates. No food to eat except an apple. No kitchen. No spoon and fork. No toilet facilities. No toilet paper. No music. No lights to switch on. No bible to read. No library. No desk. No pen. No paper to write on. No mode of transportation to travel around. No school to go to. No teacher. Indeed, no father and mother to love. No grandma and grandpa to love even more. But God proudly declared to Adam and Eve that they are both gifted with a FREE WILL to believe and to have faith that they are living in the Garden of Eden - a PARADISE on this earth. Poch Suzara Facebook# Twitter# Google#

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Travel and Divorce

In his great book – THE PLEASURES OF PHILOSOPHY, Will Durant wrote: “Divorce is like travel. It is useless if one cannot change.” Well, I have met a lot of “single mothers.” They have traveled and are now living in foreign countries. They have, however, found no reason to change. They have not learned to be rich in spirit, but remained poor in spirit. They are still on the look out for a richer dick, not for the sake of a richer sexual satisfaction, but for richer cash payment that goes along with it. With fake romance they usually succeed. They still hold that love, passion, affection, and compassion have only to do with for sale fecundation or for hire copulation as a more profitable kind of vocation. Happily, there are richer dicks out there ready and willing to offer to them the necessary remuneration for the sake of their temporary carnal satisfaction. And then a bye-bye, good riddance situation. To think that quite a few of these tuti-fruti-patuties known as “single mothers” have acquired "college education.” Worthless as it is in the struggle to achieve the good life – one inspired by love and guided by knowledge. In the meantime ... "Oh love! they wrong thee much that say thy sweet is bitter, when thy rich fruit is such as nothing could be sweeter." Poch Suzara

Where Our Country is Today

I should wish that we Filipino writers would begin to deal more, without fear, with what is really keeping us Filipinos spiritually poor as a people and the Philippines morally backward as a nation.

Consider a deeper horror: everything is a FAILURE in our country. Except Christianity. It has been and still is the one and only great SUCCESS in the Philippines.

We Filipinos couldn't care less about our sins, crimes, corruption, prostitution,
poverty, mediocrity, ill-health, lack of sanitation, social insanity, political stupidity, economic depravity, and indeed, the horrors of our population explosion.

Under Christian values and beliefs, in this already 21st century, all that we care about is God's promise of a better life to come after we are all dead to start to enjoy eternal salvation in his so-called kingdom of heaven. Poch Suzara

Friday, July 09, 2010

The Truth Hurts

Indeed, the truth hurts; but lies are far more damaging and can last for a thousand years. In the Philippines, since the 16th century, we can clearly see today the lies of Christianity and the damage it has done to our country socially, politically,
culturally, and economically. We Filipinos continue to be losing in the human race for civilization. We are only winning in the rat-race for eternal salvation. Poch Suzara

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

How not to be Lonely

All I have to do is to live the way you want me to live. Believe the way you want me to believe. Be a follower. Be poor in spirit. Be faithful. Never mind being thoughtful. Never mind the power of reason. Just hold on to faith. Just be closed-minded. Never mind being open-minded. Never mind the necessity of living my own life. I should just let others decide how I should live. I should just love and worship divinity. Never mind thinking. Just do a lot of praying. I must only believe as true the word of God written in the bible. I should stop reading it critically. Judiciously. I should only obey bible authority. And live my life always in fear of deviltry. To accept as all true the promises of the priesthood industry. That I must only look forward to a better life to come after death. Never mind man's most noble of occupation - the search of the truth. Never mind the only home we have - this planet earth. Never mind trying to put beauty into our world where nature has put only horror. There is more beauty in the kingdom of God to come after death. After all, Jesus loves me. If I do follow these things, never will I be ever lonely again. Well, I say, no way. I rather be lonely than be a thoughtless individual for the rest of life. Soon, I will be dead too. And it is better to acknowledge the fact that we die not partially; but entirely. Indeed, nothing is more natural and more simple than to see that a dead man lives no more. He has no more circulation, respiration, digestion, speech or reflection. Nothing is more absurd than to believe that a dead man somewhere out there is still alive. As if there is such a thing as a hereafter since there never was, for any of us, for million of years before our birth, a herebefore. Sleep in a morsel of death, a temporary experience of peace or sanity. Death, however, is the end of one's life for all eternity. The joy of life is nonetheless a joy because it must come to an end, nor do love and thought lose their value because they are not everlasting. For as long as I live, I shall continue to enjoy intellectual freedom on this earth. I shall continue to struggle for human decency. I would rather be on the side of meaningful humanity and to hell with meaningless divinity. What other great purpose is there in life? I would rather have a reason to have lived and and try to leave this world one day a better place than how I found it. Not necessarily in the material, but indeed, in the humanitarian sense. In his great book COSMOS scientist/atheist Carl Sagan wrote: "The Cosmos may be densely populated with intelligent beings. But the Darwinian lesson is clear: There will be no humans elsewhere. Only here. Only in this small planet. We are a rare as well as an endangered species. Everyone of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will find another." Poch Suzara