Saturday, September 25, 2010

Listen to this Prayer

“Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death, amen.” Why couldn’t Mary just talk to her son Jesus doing nothing in heaven, to stop fucking around,and to get cracking on earth? Or talk to the Father of Jesus, her own husband - God, to stop all these fucking stupid prayers and just begin solving the human problems of the human world? After all, she herself is a human being gifted with a free will also??? What kind of a silly woman is Mary as a woman, a mother to her son, and as a wife to her husband? And by the way, what’s the big deal about good for nothing virgins mindlessly existing in paradise? Poch Suzara

Why We Filipinos are poor

To me, we Filipinos have always been poor and will continue to remain poor simply because of our poor system of education.

In our schools, colleges, and universities - we Filipinos are still taught how to have faith in our poor upbringing, poor nutrition, poor values, poor beliefs, poor ideas, poor ideals, poor sense for social sanity, poor sense of national identity, and poor spirit towards life in this world. Our world. The only world we know. Poch Suzara


Kill one man, you are a murderer. Kill millions, you are a conqueror. Kill all, you are a God.

To think that this is the same God who, in the bible, clearly stated” “Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.” John 2:15.

Indeed, ours have always been and still is a childish, a sick, if not a stupid, - religion. Poch Suzara

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The Fear of Death

Atheist Mark Twain rationally dismissed the fear of death. He clearly wrote: “I do not fear death. I have been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it.”

For my part, as an atheist myself, let me put it in this way: for billions of years before I was born, I was existing as a nothing. Now why should it bother me to realize that after I am dead, I will again be existing as a nothing?

Life after death? I say – fuck that shit - dead as it is! Poch

What a God

It is incredible how God is so cold-blooded in perfection, so lost for more admiration, so hungry for more glorification, and so childish for more veneration, not to mention so sick for more adoration.

In the meantime, under such destruction, God is nowhere to be found each time we need him even for a little restoration, nay, a little earthly salvation.


No matter who or what or where we are, male or female, poor or rich, married or single, atheistic, Asiatic, or just plain pathetic, bucolic, or even jesuitic as a catholic – each and everyone one of us, whether we like it or not, are the victims of mockery as generated by reality. Consider:

Each unfolding reality contains the seeds of its own destruction and the embryo of a new reality that will replace it.

Life terrestrially everywhere is all about such reality – birth, growth, death, and decay. It's all so mindless, directionless, not to mention utterly meaningless. Purposeless.

Short and brief and fleeting as life is, I would rather look into the Greek spirit of the ancient world: To find life beautiful and delightful to live in was the mark of a Greek spirit.

In the meantime, enlightenment is not something to achieve. It is something to experience. Poch Suzara

Thursday, September 09, 2010

Poverty, Stupidity, Insanity as the Holy Trinity

Satan took Jesus to a mountaintop and showed him all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory in them, saying: “All these things I will give thee if thou wilt fall down and worship me.” Matt. 4:8-9. . . Was Jesus such a mediocre fellow, a simpleton, gullible enough not to have questioned Satan? When and how did Satan acquire the legal rights and the Torren Titles registered to those kingdoms of the world?. . . In the meantime, think how well Jesus could have served as the king of kings. As the emperor of the world. Think of the brilliant and loving things he could have made happen with such power, could have ruled with such great authority. He could have created a social system to remedy poverty. Done much to equalize wealth. Established universal education. Instituted civil liberties. Brought peace among warring nations. He could done all this and, through such service, established global peace, tranquility, and sanity. He could have gone down in world history as not only the most powerful, but also the most wise, the most just, the most kind, and the most humane king that ever graced the human race. . . But no. Jesus, instead, declared: “Love not this world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.” John 2:15. . . Thus, poverty and stupidity and insanity are one and the same holy trinity otherwise more known as Christianity; especially in the Philippines – the only Christian country in Asia since the 16th century. Poch Suzara

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Life With God in the Philippines

Let’s seriously look at the Philippines - the only Christian country in Asia. In this already 21st, our country remains poor spiritually, bankrupt morally, infantile politically, insane socially, inefficient scientifically, and directionless nationally. In our schools, colleges, and universities, we are all taught to have faith in God who so “loved the world (the Philippines) that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16. In the Christian religion, however, is a strong message that rewards poverty, sickness, thoughtlessness, or anything that would put one in an inferior status. By the same token, self-esteem, self-reliance, competence, or anything that would put one in a superior status is belittled. God loves the humble, the meek, the inferior; but He is jealous of the self-sufficient. We Filipinos must never be self-sufficient lest we offend God. We must always play the role of the inferior and in turn, for living a submissive, mindless, frightened life is the promise that if we were good, especially good for nothing, we shall be rewarded later by God in heaven. Since the 16th century, we have faithfully believed in Jesus, the Son of God, who preached: “Love not this world, ( the Philippines), neither the things that are in the world. If any man (Filipino) love the world, the love of the Father is not with him.” John 2:15 Christianity has had every opportunity to straighten out the mess in the Philippines, and yet, in this already 21st century, our country is only getting into a deeper mess - socially, politically, and economically. We seek drama and excitement. When we do not get satisfaction on some level, we create for ourselves the drama of destruction. We are a nation of frightened believers. We have yet to seriously grasp the full impact of what it means to grow as a people and to mature as a nation. Corruption, hypocrisy, and indifference to truth are our national defects. It is incredible how so old a religion as Christianity should devote its influence to keeping the Philippines with no standard of honesty; only a standard for corruption. We solve our corruption problem with prayer only to find ourselves even more corrupt with more problems. Meanwhile, we are told again and again that God’s answers are wiser than our prayers. In China, they have Chinese Gods. In India, they have Indian Gods. In Japan, they have Japanese Gods. In Malaysia, they have Malaysian Gods. In Indonesia, they have Indonesian Gods. But in the Philippines, however, we have no Filipino Gods. We have, instead, a Jewish God. As if we Filipinos have anything to do whatsoever with the God of the Jewish people in Israel – a foreign land. In the meantime, today, if you try to give a bible to a Jew in Israel you can be arrested. Even an act of kindness by a Christian toward a Jew, such as giving a gift of food, can be interpreted as trying to convert the Jew to Christianity and can bring a 5 year prison sentence. Now let’s take a closer look at Christianity in the Philippines. Let’s see where it has taken us as the only Christian country in Asia. To those capable of thought, it is so obvious that Christianity strives on guilt. Guilt, not love, is what Christianity is all about. For all of its alleged concern for the “poor in spirit,” Christianity does it best to generate spiritual poverty under social insanity. Indeed, Christianity has been quite a success in our country. In exchange for obedience, we have been promised salvation in the afterlife. In order, however, to elicit obedience through this promise, Christianity sees to it that we need salvation or that there is something to be “saved” from. It is, in this way, that we have been educated to believe that we are sinful and worthless in the face of God; or that we Filipinos are potential fuel for the flames in hell. Thus, Christianity destroys reason before it introduces faith, so it must also destroy our potential for growth and maturity so that we can value the concept of salvation – indeed, the so-called “better life to come after death in the kingdom of God.” No doubt, we all want to go to heaven. So how come none of us want to die? Christianity has had vested interest in misery in our country. Of course, it is not called “misery.” It is not even called “suffering.” Instead, Christianity prefers to call it “sacrifices” in this life so that benefits may be won in the hereafter. Through the notion that “sacrifice” is a virtue, Christianity has succeeded in convincing all of us that misery experienced through “sacrifice” is a mark of virtue. Social and political and economic misery become the reflection of morality – and conversely, growth as people and maturity as a nation become the reflection of immorality. Christianity does not preach - “Go forth and be poor and miserable.” Rather, it says, “Go forth and practice the virtues of self-sacrifice.” In the meantime, the richest, most powerful bank in the world is the Vatican bank. Its cash deposits are in the trillions of dollars. Here are samples of inspired messages published daily in the Philippines. It is about the “virtues of self-sacrifice,” if not about being “poor in spirit.” They are also about what our education has been traditionally rooted upon – the preparation for immortality rather than the preparation for the responsibility of well-informed citizenry: Nothing can compare the love of God. To see Jesus will be heaven’s greatest joy. Work that are done out of love for Jesus shines brightest in a dark world. When Christ is the center of your focus, all else will come into proper perspective. For the Christian, heaven is spelled H-O-M-E. Each small step of faith is a giant step in growth. The primary reason for living in this world is to reflect the likeness of Christ. God’s truth uncovers Satan’s lies. God’s answers are wiser than our prayers. A heart in tune with God sings melodies of praise. Worry is a burden God never intended us to bear. We are more precious to Jesus than the costliest diamond. The Christian’s race is not a competitive event but an endurance run. Patience means awaiting God’s time without doubting God’s love In the meantime, here are words from one of the greatest men this world has ever produced. He happens to be our national hero – Jose Rizal - the greatest of Filipino thinkers. He was publicly executed by Christianity in 1896 in the Philippines. In exact opposite of what Christianity teaches, Jose Rizal simply wrote: “I would like the Filipino people to become worthy, noble, and honorable.” In clear view of the reality that human consciousness shapes a nation, I ask: where are the schools, colleges, and universities in the Philippines that seriously teach Filipinos how to become worthy, noble, and honorable? Indeed, where are the Filipinos educated to achieve the greatest kind of freedom for our country – the freedom from the evils of religion? Poch Suzara

Monday, September 06, 2010

I was Told

I was told again and again that God's answers are wiser than our prayers. It is for this reason that I ceased praying to God like I did faithfully daily and nightly. I was then such a religiously frightened dumbstruck moron. Poch Suzara

Saturday, September 04, 2010

The Devil In Charge of Hell

So hell is such a miserable and a terrible place for damned souls to suffer punishment forever and ever. But how come the devil is most happy, if not always joyful, in fact quite a success as God’s chief administrator of hell? Indeed, the devil properly sees to it that hell is a hot, well-lighted, well-managed place for God’s sake on earth as it is for His glory in heaven. Poch Suzara

Sick Bullshit

In this sick country of ours, as we are, indeed, the Sick Man of Asia, Philippine Star newspaper has the sick gall to publish this more of the same divine sick bullshit: GOD'S GRACE IS IMMEASURABLE; HIS MERCY INEXHAUSTIBLE; HIS PEACE INEXPRESSIBLE. (Sept. 5, 2020). Why don't we add something more truthful - GOD'S CRUELTY IS DESPICABLE PERPETUALLY. Look how God keeps the devil still pretty much alive and kicking enjoying his FREE WILL. Poch Suzara

Friday, September 03, 2010

Born Ignorant, Not Stupid

For the most part, school, colleges, and universities are places where students are frightened to accept answers to questions that they have not even raised. Thus, we are a nation of frightened believers; hardly a nation of courageous thinkers. We are all born ignorant, not stupid. We are made stupid by education. Poch Suzara

Human Happiness

For my part, I have found more peace of mind, indeed,happiness while writing my thoughts to provoke your thoughts in my Blogspot than, say, having a sexual relationship with a women while praying to God r than just relating with others has encouraged me to ppy life; especially one inspired by love and guided by knowledge. Oh yes, when we are in love, we want to tell the whole world about it. My Blogspot is a personal statement in how exactly I have been deeply in love while enjoying happiness in this life on this earth. Poch Suzara

God Not Needed

In his new book - "The Grand Design" - British Physicist and Mathematician Stephen says God is not needed for creating the universe. Hawking writes: "Because there is a law, such as gravity, Spontaneous creation is the reason there is something rather than nothing, why the Universe exists, why we exist." I entirely agree. If there is a God, however, what we need him for is to straighten the religious mess out of this world often bloody in his name down here for his glory up there. After all, God may have created this world, but the devil has been it chief maintenance and keeps it going. Poch Suzara

Global Sanity

In this already 21st century, if we were to enjoy global sanity, we must all begin to realize and accept the fact that churches, cathedrals, mosques, temples, synagogues, and pagodas have always been and still are nothing but monuments to human stupidity.
If, indeed, God is everywhere, why do we need to hate and kill each other just to prove to each other that God is everywhere? Poch Suzara

We Filipinos

Indeed, if we Filipinos were to gain some ground in the race to achieve a higher standard of living and thinking - what we Filipinos need and need desperately is more intelligent science and sensible technology. We need no more silly prayer and stupid theology for the glory of a mindless divinity. Poch Suzara

On the Kingdom of God

Heaven is a place for dead people who have been gifted with a free will to believe that they are not dead. Poch Suzara