Sunday, January 29, 2017

An Agnostic was Once as Atheist

"The only thing I know about God is that God is inscrutable. In other words, I don’t know a single thing about God. I’m clueless about what God is. Maybe Jesus, or the other historical figures around which religions had been built, would be more approachable. But God itself, being on a divine level, I think it’s just impermeable to human intelligence. And there is a very famous classical book called The Cloud of Unknowing. There’s always a cloud of unknowing over God. I think that, since God is inaccessible to people, we tend to portray Him in anthropomorphic terms. We think of the best qualities in every person and you try and project it on a giant scale on God. So in effect, God is a man-made concept. We have no clue what God is."
"I do not understand why God can be all love and still inflict this kind of pain on people. This God is an underachiever. He does not do whatever he is supposed to be doing, whatever his sex is. Whether he's an it or a she or a he or whatever. But I'm sure that if you were a god or if I were the God, I would be doing a better job. Therefore, the only conclusion can be that possibly, God does not exist.'" ---Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

The Alter of Secrets - Sex, Politics, Money, and corruption Inside the Catholic Church in the Philippines

I highly recommend that you all read this book:

Altar of Secrets : Sex, Politics, and Money in the Philippine Catholic Church

"Altar of Secrets: Sex, Politics, and Money in the Philippine Catholic Church is the first of its kind in the country. Journalist Aries C. Rufo shows a Church that is cloaked in secrecy. It keeps the wrongdoing of its bishops and priests - in sexual misconduct and financial mismanagement - within its confines and lets them get away, unpunished. Accountability, after all, is not a strong suit of the Church. Rufo also delves into how the Church influences policy, as nowhere among Catholic countries in the world is the Church deeply involved in the shaping of policy than in the Philippines. Overall, reforms are taking place, but these are highly dependent on the Church leaders, the bishops who try to change mindsets and systems."  Poch Suzara, Father of
 Atheism in the Philippines

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

How Does One Travel After Death

After birth, you can travel to a foreign country by air on a plane; or, by sea on a ship.

After death, however, by what means of transportation do you embark on to travel to meet with God and his saints in heaven; or, to travel to meet with Satan and his sinners in hell? - - - Poch Suzara

Monday, January 16, 2017

Phil Star, Ninoy Aquino, Jose Rizal, and Poch Suzara

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Friday, January 13, 2017

Our Sick City Mayors all with College Education

"The Commission on human rights (CHR): Narco-mayors are innocent until proven guilty."-Phil Star, 1/13/2017

Our cities are among the dirtiest, filthiest, messiest, rampant with prostitution, gambling casinos, pollution infested with graft,  deception, and corruption. Famous for their slum areas as they places where squatters live.  Indeed, our cities are crime-ridden. but the mayors of such sick cities are all not only Maka-Dios and Maka-Jesus, but also all with college education proud of broken roads, causing traffic mess. Proud of the street children who eat, sleep, beg, pee, poo, and play in the streets for the glory of Jesus in heaven. Our city mayors are innocent of WHAT until proven they are guilty of WHAT?  Mga Ulol! Gising Na! - - - Poch Suzara

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Our Own Big Bullies

"Disrespect invites disrespect. Violence incites violence. When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose." - Merryl Streep

If I may add, in the Philippines, we all learned to be the losers as a people and to be the failures as a nation. Our biggest bullies were neither our classmates nor our schoolmates; they were our own sick teachers in school. - Poch Suzara

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Truth Revealed in the Bible

Truth is defined by one source as “sincerity in action, character, and utterance." Perhaps the most famous verse about truth in the Bible is what Jesus said “… I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” (John 14:6) So Jesus is truth and Jesus is also the Word (John 1:1, 14).  As Christians we believe that every word in the Bible is true; this is the foundation upon which we live our lives. Knowing what the Bible says about truth and hiding God’s word in our heart helps us to know when we are listening to the Voice 
of Truth. Here are examples of truth about women's vagina as revealed in the holy bible -

Flee from sexual immorality. Every other sin a person commits is outside the body, but the sexually immoral person sins against his own body.

And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”

“Son of man, when the house of Israel lived in their own land, they defiled it by their ways and their deeds. Their ways before me were like the uncleanness of a woman in her menstrual impurity.

Song of Solomon 7:1-4; 8-9

Women's vaginas taste like "wine."

Here is a truthful example of the beliefs and values of Moses - one of God's most beloved characters in
the bible.

Moses who told his army generals: “Now, therefore,
kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known a man by lying with him; but all women-children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves.” Numbers 31:17-18 - Poch Suzara

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Dear President Duterte

“We are neither exhausted by praying constantly nor do we ever falter in expressing our religious fervor,” he said. “Despite the passage of time, we relentlessly fight against injustice and lies, abuse of power and the corruption that eats up the soul.” - - - President Duterte
                                                                                                                Phil Star, Jan. 10, 2017
Dear President Duterte,

       Please take a closer look at our schools, colleges, and universities: they are places where we Filipinos learn not how to love our country, but only how to hate it. Places where we Learn not how to be enlightened leaders; or, how be bright thinkers; but only how to be frightened as followers; or, how to be sick and childish as believers. Indeed, they are place where we learn how to be corrupt, selfish, greedy, sick, and insane down here; specially for the greater glory of Jesus in heaven up there. Also, they are places were we are taught to believe in a God who
has the power to forgive our sins and crimes at any time or place; and even more wonderful attached to the arrangement - we can repeat the horror of sins and the terror of crimes over and over again in order to take advantage of God's great doctrine of eternal salvation
after death.

Indeed, we Filipinos are all born ignorant, not insane. We are made insane by an insane 
system of education. We can clearly see the insane results all around us in our insane society. Generated by our insane politicians in government as always blessed and in partner with the insane theologians behind the church; especially as the churches are the real owners and operators of schools, colleges, and universities in the Philippines - the only Christian country  
in Asia since the 16th century. 
                                                                                  Poch Suzara

DILG Seeking Donors for rehap Centers


DILG seeking donors for Rehap centers. - Phil Star, Jan 6, 2017
May I suggest to those directors of DILG to ask the bishops of the catholic church to donate many of its empty churches and cathedrals established throughout the Philippines? That they be more useful as churches converted into rehap centers for the drug addicts to reform and learn to become useful citizens of the Republic of the Philippines?
After which to once more be converted into housing facilities for the millions of poor and sick Filipinos who are homeless in our poor
and sick country! - Poch Suzara


Wednesday, January 04, 2017

Poch Suzara and Confucius

In the world -
Ordinary minds talk about people.
Average minds talk about events.
Great minds talk about ideas.  - - - Confucius

In the Philippines -
Ordinary minds talk about Catholicism.
Average minds talk about Satanism
Great minds talk about Atheism. - - - Poch Suzara