Monday, January 12, 2015


Dear Poch, First, you should be reminded that you have already blamed Christianity countless times before for everything that's wrong in the Philippines... You have repeated your previous positions in blaming Christianity, Christian education and Christian politicians... What have you done except indulging in incessantblame game?... What constructive and viable ways have you thought of doing to uplift the miserable condition. We need some positive actions on your part rather than just blaming Christianity... Are you frustrated that nobody, not even one politician, believes in your repetitions of old boring demonizing of Christianity. You seem to enjoy repetitive bombastic accusations against Christianity... What positive contribution have you provided to the Filipino society for its reduction of poverty? To stop being a Christian does not cut it... So, Mr. Suzara come up with real and viable solutions to reduce poverty among our kababayans. Please no more repetitions of your boring attacks on Christianity. Regards, Martin Celemin My Dear Nartin Celemin, ONLY IN THE PHILIPPINES, college educated Filipinos would ask a Poch Suzara, a high school expelled student, to solve the problems of poverty of the Filipinos as a people, and solve the troubles of moral bankruptcy of the Philippines as a nation. Cheers, Poch Suzara, Twitter# Facebook# Google#


Ken said...

“Any old mule can kick a barn down, but it takes a carpenter to build one.”
-20th century Midwestern riff on an old Jewish proverb

Poch Suzara said...

Ken, so where are the college-educated carpenters to reconstruct the Philippines ruined by Christianity with its destructive values and worthless beliefs? Cheers! Poch Suzara

Ken said...

Poch, your primary religious targets in your anti-Christian screeds are mostly Roman Catholics. Roman Catholicism is easy to pick on. It has a dismal track record over the centuries of being the main example of apostate Christianity. However, like most atheist critics who perhaps have only read selectively from secondhand sources critical of the historic, Christian faith, you lump all Christians together with the Catholics as one and the same. As I said before, religious or religious, theist or atheist, everyone's predilection is towards godlessness, evil, unrighteousness and wickedness, for all are by nature sinners. The Christian position is not that atheists are sinners, but rather that people are sinners. Blessings! Ken Sidadayaw