Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Sick Filipinos of Asia and the Sick Americans of the World

It must be a wonderful feeling for us Filipinos to feel that we are famous as the SICK MAN OF ASIA; but it is, nevertheless, a lesser evil compared to the Americans who are now even more famous as the SICK AMERICANS OF THE WORLD. Indeed, we Filipinos hate other Filipinos for the glory of our divinity; but the Americans kill foreigners in foreign countries, and if that we not possible, Americans love to kill other Americans in America especially for the sake of protecting their freedom and for defending their democracy; or for the sake of God who has always blessed America!... I said it before, I said it again: we Filipinos in the Philippines and Americans in America have historically always been the sick victims, not the healthy masters, - of Christianity. . . Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

The Sick Son of a Sick God

"But He said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for power is perfected in weakness.” Therefore, I will most gladly boast all the more about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may reside in me. So because of Christ, I am pleased in weaknesses, in insults, in catastrophes, in persecutions, and in pressures. For when I am weak, then I am strong."... 2 Corinthians 12:9-11... Wow! What a lot of sick and childish hogwash unworthy of a God who is all-knowing, all-just, and all-powerful... Poch Suzara

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Religion is intimidation hidden under Education

Religion is the marketing of fear more referred to as "education" in Schools, Colleges, and Universities in the Philippines. Blessed are the poor (donate heavily). Blessed are the meek (obey). Blessed are the humble (don’t question authority). Blessed are the hungry (make us rich while you starve). Blessed are the merciful (if you catch us doing something wrong, let it go). Blessed are the pure of heart (switch off your brain). Blessed are the timid, the cowardly, the fearful. Blessed are those who give us their power and become our slaves. That’s the kind of nonsense religion pushes on people. They train you to turn your back on courage, strength, and conscious living. This is stupidity, not divinity. Religion will teach you to fear being different, to fear standing up for yourself, and to fear being an independent thinker. It will erode your self-trust by explaining why you’re unable to successfully manage life on your own terms: You are unworthy. You’re a sinner. You’re unclean. You belong to a lesser caste. You are not enlightened. Of course the solution is always the same — submit to the will of an external authority. Believe that you’re inadequate. Give away your power. Follow their rules and procedures. Live in fear for the rest of your life, and hope it will all turn out okay in the end. When you practice faith instead of conscious living, you live under a cloak of fear. Eventually that cloak becomes so habitual you forget it’s even there. It’s very sad when you reach the point where you can’t even remember what it feels like to wield creative freedom over your own life, independent of what you’ve been conditioned to believe. Faith is the coward’s substitute for courage. It’s also really good marketing if you’re the one who controls the faith. If you’re afraid or unwilling to assume total responsibility for your life, you’re a perfect match for religion. Fear in one part of your life invariably spreads to all other parts — you can’t compartmentalize it. If you find yourself frustrated because you’re too afraid to follow your dreams, to talk to members of the opposite sex, to speak up for yourself, etc., then a good place to start is to rid your life of all religious nonsense. Don’t let fear get a foothold in your consciousness. Stop trying to comfort yourself by swallowing religious rubbish. If you really need something to believe in, then believe in your own potential. Put your trust in your own intellect. Stop giving away your power. Dump the safety-in-numbers silliness. Just because a lot of people believe stupid stuff doesn’t mean it isn’t stupid. It just means that stupidity is popular on this planet. When people are in a state of fear, they’ll swallow just about anything to comfort themselves, including the bastion of stupidity known as religion. Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Tuesday, November 10, 2015


In the theory of evolution, they said that apes and humans are came from the same ancestors Are all apes came from monkeys? Or monkeys are came from apes? There are some contradictions between Linnean and Cladistics (Phylogenetics). Most of the atheists believe that humans are came from apes ('though not mentioned by Darwin). Is it a good assumption? Are we really came from apes? Or from monkeys? - Ernesto Tabios Oh my dear Ernesto, What's truly tragic and painful as far as the apes and the monkeys are concerned is that they see under the Theory of Evolution - not that they evolved into decent human beings, but evolved instead into religious saps and biblical jerks more faithfool with the insane theory of Revelation! - Poch Suzara

Monday, November 09, 2015

Harm in Hospitals, schools, colleges, and universities

The very first requirement in a hospital is that it should do the sick no harm.- Florence Nightingale. It is the exact expectation in schools, colleges, and universities - they should do no harm to the students; especially teaching them sick religious delusions or sick lies and deceptions like they do in the Philippines - the only Catholic country in Asia since the 16th century... Poch Suzara Twitter Facebook# Google#

Sunday, November 08, 2015

Albert Einstein on the Educational System

Albert Einstein on the educational system, said, “It is almost a miracle that modern teaching methods have not yet entirely strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry; for what this delicate little plant needs more than anything, besides stimulation, is freedom.” Poch Suzara on the sick system of education in the Philippines, said: "We are all born as unbelievers, not believers of the faith. We are educated to be the sick, nay, to be the insane believers of the faith via schools, colleges, and universities in the Philippines - the only Catholic/Christian country in Asia since the 16th century. Thus, in the day and age, in this already 21st century, millions of educated Filipinos, as the Sick Man of Asia, are still hoping and praying and believing for the return of Jesus to save the Philippines!... Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Who Is Poch Suzara from Mozilla Firefox

Blog Archives Religion Killed All Those People? Posted by Miguel The hilarious thing about radical atheists nowadays is their pathetic, shallow, and ridiculously paltry understanding of not only religion, to which their attention is devoted, but also of history, from which they draw the conclusion that religion is evil. Take this poorly informed chap, Poch Suzara, for instance, over at some other blog, who starts off his post with such remarkable drivel: “Throughout History many people have been killed for, or in, the name of someone’s God. Most Religions ‘know’ that their Religion is the only one true and correct Religion and that all others are a threat to their ‘God’, or at least to their Religion, and should be done away with, or ‘converted’ to their Religion.” You’d think that after the bait he’s given above he’d be subsequently swarming us with sound evidence to support his claims, yet we soon find out, however, he neither does any of that, nor does he even make an attempt to. Rather, he gives us a list which he matter-of-factly names as one that is of “people who probably or actually have been killed in the name of Religion.” (I removed the non-Christian related): “1. All who were killed by the Inquisition, which was operated by the Catholic Church and also by some governments. 2. All who were killed by God as shown in the Holy Bible (I have seen reference to over 2 million people who were killed by or under the supposed orders of God. I did not add them up, yet. The so-called bad guy Satan is only credited with killing a few people, at least in the Holy Bible. Makes one think, if you are a Freethinker.) 3. All who died in the “Crusades” (Hundreds of thousands if not millions) (Christians and Muslims) 4. American Indians killed for being Pagans by the so-called Freedom of Religion loving Christians (Millions to tens of millions of people) 5. Christians killed by Hitler even thought Hitler was a Christian (Catholic). 6. Freemasons killed by Hitler 7. Hatuey killed by Christians right after the discovery of the New World. 8. Huguenots killed by Roman Catholics in Florida in 1565 in the First Battle for Religious Freedom in America. 9. Irish Catholics and Protestants killed in their fight for whatever they were fighting over. 10. Jacques DeMolay and other members of the Knights Templar murdered by the Catholic Church. 11. Jews killed by Hitler (Said to be over six million, but who knows. Perhaps more, perhaps less) 12. Knights Templar members who were Burned at the Stake by the Catholic Church. 13. Salem Witches 14. Snake handlers who expect God to protect them from rattlesnakes. (God may look after fools and drunks but He only goes so far. Use you God given brain.) 15. Witches who were hung or Burned at the Stake by Christians and perhaps other Religions. 16. Others were not killed but were merely imprisoned and tortured in the name of God. Galileo is an example.” The really sad — or amusing (whichever the case may be) — thing about what Poch said above is that it’s not satire; no, he’s actually serious. That slab of words I’ve quoted from him above, that was — he was — serious. My estimation of him would be higher in fact had I simply thought him to be disingenuous, as some are wont to be, but no, that’s not the case; he really, truly, believes that shit. 1. Let’s grant him the common tropes, fine; the Inquisition — the medieval, Spanish and Portugal one — the deaths of which we unfortunately find out amount to only 6,000, despite that we are usually told — by atheists mostly — it amounted to millions upon millions. 2. Our ill-informed historian, Poch, goes on to count the one’s “killed by God in the bible”, despite presumably believing in exactly zero of what’s written there. O.K., fine, let’s grant him that, shaky as it may be. 3. Then the Crusades. Ah, one of the usual tropes which nobody — nobody who knows something about history, that is — should grant to our historian given that it was done more for material, rather than religious, considerations. And it would be utterly futile to argue otherwise. The impetus for the Crusades to the East was even the Muslim’s aggressive conquests of Christian Land — it was a response to it. 4. American Indians were killed for their land not their paganism, so shoot that. 5, 6 and 11, are hilariously all about Hitler having killed someone or some group of people, which should apparently be counted against religion by some convoluted logic about Hitler being Catholic. This is, of course, outright idiocy, and therefore, unfortunately for our historian Poch, not counted. If there were any evidence indicating Poch to be an impartial historian, these delusions about Hitler having killed in Gods name subverts them. 7. Hatuey was killed, again, not because of religion, but because of his anti-colonialism. Not counted. 8. Presumably the St. Bartholomew’s day massacre is of what he’s speaking here, where the Catholic church had about 10,000 Protestants killed, seeking to rid the city of them. While I’m tempted to defend this one as just another case of power-hungry ruling elites behaving badly, what the heck, I’ll be generous and give our historian the 10,000. 9. The Protestant and Catholic wars of Ireland were not religiously motivated, although they were often justified in those terms to unite people. The war was scarcely about a theological disagreement on transubstantation, despite that that’s what the radical atheists would have us believe, and was mainly about British colonialism, which the Protestants supported and the Catholics opposed. 10 and 12. Jacks Demolay and the orders of the Knights Templar were arrested and killed because France’s King Phillip was an asshole who happened to be financially indebted to them. Not counted. 13 and 15. The Salem Witch Trials — while we’re led to believe thousands upon thousands of witches were hanged, the actual number is 35. 14. Snake handlers who expect protection from God but get bit instead, have apparently died, if Poch were to be believed, in the name of God. Again, nothing to see or argue against here, just more logical dim-wittery. 15. Galileo was tortured by the Catholic Church, he says. Fine, plus one for you. What are we left with? Well, even after being much too generous to him, all in all it amounts to about 2,016,036 deaths — that’s even granting his 2 million biblical deaths, which I don’t even think for one moment is accurate in the slightest. First, some trivia from Scot Atran, who, according to his Wiki page, “is an American and French anthropologist who has studied violence and interviewed terrorists” — in other words, somone who, unlike Poch Suzara, actually knows shit: “The Encyclopedia of Wars surveyed 1,763 violent conflicts across history; only 123 (7 percent) were religious.[…]Indeed, inclusive concepts such as “humanity” arguably emerged with the rise of universal religions. “ In other words: sorry Poch :( My Response: As a high school expelled student of some 65 years ago, I am most proud and happy that with my Blog, I have managed, somehow, to provoke the thought of others with my thoughts. We are told, that the only sacred truth there is in science is that there are no sacred truths. The search of the truth therefore is not only man's most noble of professions, but a lifetime devotion to the search of the truth isn't enough. - Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Saturday, November 07, 2015

Why I Envy, Love, Respect, and Admire Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein was born March 14, 1879, to Jewish parents who were a bit disappointed that young Albert was a late talker. He excelled in math, but otherwise was not a spectacular student. One teacher even told him he would never amount to anything. The world now knows that he was wrong. Einstein later revealed that his schools seemed bent on stifling creativity and originality, of which Albert had plenty. About that educational system, he said, “It is almost a miracle that modern teaching methods have not yet entirely strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry; for what this delicate little plant needs more than anything, besides stimulation, is freedom.” For my part, I envy Albert Einstein - he had the guts to dropped out of school. With me, like the silly student that I was, my teachers had to get me expelled out of high school. Well, Albert Einstein got to be quite famous as one of the greatest thinkers who changed the ways of the world; especially with the Theory of Relativity. As with me, I hope to be famous too one day as one who changed the ways of the Filipinos in the Philippines with my Theory of Insanity + Stupidity + Mystery behind a Divinity = Sick Christianity... Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Thursday, November 05, 2015

The Evils of Christianity

"Christianity is the most perverted system that ever shone on man... perverted into an engine for enslaving mankind... a mere contrivance for the clergy to filch wealth and power to themselves." Thomas Jefferson... In the Philippines, the Catholic clergy is in total control of schools. colleges, and universities which means millions of Filipino children are first educated to become frightened or, as the may be, - faithful Catholics, and not creative nor productive citizens of the Republic... Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Don't Be A Coward

"Don't be an agnostic - be something." Robert Frost... That's right don't be a coward - be like me - an atheist. . . Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Tuesday, November 03, 2015

Who or What is a Scientist

There is no such thing as the faithful follower or sick believer in the world of science. There is only the truth seeker. Scientist Carl Sagan elegantly described the method of science: "The method of science is tried and true. It is not perfect, it's just the best we have. And to abandon it with its skeptical protocols is the pathway to a dark age." "The only truth in science is that there are no sacred truths.". . . Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

Monday, November 02, 2015

Believers Hating and Killing other Believers

"It would be almost unbelievable, if history did not record the tragic fact, that men have gone to war and cut each other's throats because they could agree as to what was to become of them after their throats have been cut." ... Walter P. Stacey...Let's take a look at the island of Ireland is divided into two parts. Northern Ireland, in the northeast, is a part of the United Kingdom. The Republic of Ireland is an independent country. The Protestants and the Catholics have not ceased hating and killing each other since the 14th century. They cannot agree as to what verse in the bible insures salvation in heaven and which verse insures damnation in hell!... In the meantime, I ask you religious morons: Have any of you ever heard of an army of atheists hating and killing another army of atheists because they do refuse to believe in the existence of God? ... Poch Suzara Twitter # Facebook# Google#