Thursday, June 30, 2011

God, Faith, and Silly Religion

The Catholic church used to win their arguments by putting to death the atheists, agnostics, heretics, and thinkers like our own Jose Rizal in the Philippines. The survival of religion depended not upon the existence of a wonderful God, but precisely also the existence of the despicable devil. In the meantime, I say it before, I say it again, if God existed and He cared for the existence of humankind, He never would have gifted us human with faith, especially to have faith in religion. Faith is worthless. Belief in a stupid religion is even more worthless. In the ultimate analysis, freedom FROM religion is always better, always more sane, than the silly freedom OF religion! After all, not life after birth, but only life after death has more to do with religion and therefore what the fuck is there anything to worry about after we are all dead! Poch Suzara

God and the Devil

An atheist does not believe in the existence of God. An atheist does not believe as well in the existence of the devil. Why not? After all, both supernatural beings are one and the same fictitious characters. Both are always in cahoots with each other. Both were created by frightened, if not dumbstruck religious morons - otherwise more known as the "inspired authors" of the silly holy bible. For my part, I always enjoyed reading the silly holy bible. It gave birth, growth, and maturity to my being a proud and a happy atheist. Poch Suzara

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Life and Death as a Disease

Life is a sexually transmitted disease and the mortality rate is one hundred percent." - R. D. Laing Isn't it glaringly obvious, if not alarmingly transparent, that in the business of propagating the human species and replenishing the earth, fathers, especially mothers have never been the masters, but precisely the victims of sexual activities? In the meantime, there is no cure for the disease called "life." There is even no cure for the disease called "death." Oh well, whichever. We might as well enjoy the sick journey. After all, we all equally share a common doom together - our sick destination into the unknown. In the meantime, those who desire "immortality" have yet to face the fact that they desire nothing more than the eternity of stupidity; especially as again it will be inspired by the same old silly divinity always in cahoots with the same old silly deviltry. Poch Suzara


Imagination is far more precious than intelligence; especially when it visualizes liberty as far more servicial than divinity. Poch Suzara

Insanity and Genuis

The distance between insanity and genius is measured by success. The struggle for success, however, pretty much characterizes the failures of a sick society with sick values and sick beliefs. Poch Suzara

Fear of Death

I have no fear of death whatsoever. I already experienced death millions of years before I was born. I am now approaching the end of my life on this earth. I thank God I am sill an atheist. As an atheist I have no buried hatred against religion. I am on top of it openly and publicly and fearlessly.

Things being equal, however, I love common sense, common honesty, common human decency, and especially the search of the truth. That is why I am happy and proud that I was never qualified to be a theologian defending the corrupt church or a politician protecting the corrupt government. Poch Suzara

Monday, June 27, 2011

Books on Fiction

In my personal library are books on science and philosophy, indeed, books on fiction. I also enjoy, however, reading and studying the greatest book on fiction of all time - the HOLY BIBLE.

Bertrand Russell concluded. I entirely agree with him: "All human knowledge is uncertain, inexact, and partial." Indeed, science is never dogmatic; it is never definite. Science is always tentative and subject to change with newer or better evidences.

Religion, however, has always been and still based upon the belief of nothing reduced to a theological system. Poch Suzara

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Superstition of the Filipino Mind

The last superstition of the Filipino mind is the superstitious belief that CHRISTIANITY has plenty to do with making the Filipino the most prosperous and healthiest people; and, the Philippines, - the wealthiest, the sanest, the cleanest, and the strongest among all the nations in all of Asia today in this already 21st century. Poch Suzara

What is an Agnostic

An agnostic is an atheist who has lost his courage to speak up or has lost his guts to stand up for his intelligent doubts. Poch Suzara

Knowledge and Faith

Where knowledge, ends Faith begins. Sadly, faith is just another sacred word that hides human stupidity that makes us totally blind to see the historical horrors of
our sick society. Poch Suzara

Love of life in this world

I arrived into this world as a stranger. I should wish, however, to leave this world one day as a friend; especially on the side of humanity endlessly struggling against stupid free will of deviltry as gifted by a silly divinity. Poch Suzara

Destuctive Forces of Nature

Typhoon, earthquake, tsunami, tornado, flood, famine, pestilence, epidemic, etc, are destructive forces of nature. But the most destructive force in all of nature is human stupidity. Especially in the Philippines as inspired by the power of Christianity. In most of our schools, colleges, and universities - it is still being taught during our formative years that there is a better world to come after we are dead. Therefore the love of country here or the love of fellow-citizens now is not that important or precious as the love we must always have for Jesus - the Savior of the Filipinos.

For my part, as an atheist, I say it does not matter whether we believe in the existence of God or not. After all, since the 16th century, in all of our troubles as a people and our problems as a nation in this already 21st century God has never been omni-present. He is only always omni-absent. Poch Suzara