• April 21, 2024

Anti-free speech efforts blaspheme MY religion

To the rabid rampagers globally attempting to silence us through their violence and through the imposition of “blasphemy” and “defamation of religion” laws designed to shut up criticism of the very ideology that causes them to rampage violently, your efforts at curbing my free speech are blasphemous against my religion, so can I have you arrested?

“The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.”

As one of the prophets of my religion, the third American president, Thomas Jefferson (power be upon him), once said: “The last hope of human liberty in this world rests on us.” It is also said, “The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.” As a historian and traveler, I am aware that the United States of America is one of the last true bastions of liberty, and I am eternally vigilant in preventing the erosion of my civil and human rights, a censorial act of aggression that blasphemes my faith of freedom.

Here is a scripture from one of the holy texts of my religion, composed by some of the main prophets of my religion:

First Amendment to the United States Constitution

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Note the parts about not establishing a religion or abridging free speech? If you go against these verses of my scriptures, you are blaspheming my religion. Therefore, by your anti-blasphemy and defamation of religion laws designed to protect your violent, hateful ideology of women-oppression and enslavement, you are behaving illegally in blaspheming someone else’s religion. And I’m sorry, but my religion of freedom and peace trumps yours of enslavement and violence.

Here is one of the main sacred scriptures of my religion:

United States Constitution

The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the United States of America…. It is the oldest written national constitution in continuous use, and it influenced later international figures establishing national constitutions.

There is a reason why this constitution has endured, where others have failed, and why the U.S. remains a great nation, even though it is composed of people from cultures, races, ethnicities and religions globally: The individual freedoms encased in this text, written by some of the most enlightened persons in history. These freedoms do not include rampaging violently through the streets because someone has supposedly offended you by speaking facts and truths. These freedoms do, however, include the right to “offend” you by speaking facts and truths. Enlightened individuals understand that speaking words is vital to communication and understanding, whereas physical violence is the voice of barbarism and savagery.

“Enlightened individuals understand that speaking words is vital to communication and understanding, whereas physical violence is the voice of barbarism and savagery.”

If your religion or “holy law” go against my sacred scriptures and holy law of the land, then you are breaking my religious law. It’s that simple. Best give up your anti-blasphemy efforts, lest they bite you back.

Here is another holy text of my religion, The Gospel According to Acharya S, in which I write about the American Constitution as “A Truly Sacred Scripture“:


1. a. A sacred writing or book.
b. A passage from such a writing or book.
2. The sacred writings of the Bible. Often used in the plural. Also called Holy Scriptures.
3. A statement regarded as authoritative.

What is a sacred or holy scripture? Hundreds of millions of people around the world hold sacred the Bible, the Koran, the Dhammapada, the Vedas, Puranas and many other texts that are considered to be “divinely inspired” in some way or another. Countless people claim that there is a single god somewhere “out there” who directly inspired these texts, which are therefore infallible, since this god “himself” is infallible. Others see these texts as manmade and containing errors, although they may also possess much divinely inspired wisdom. Still others consider these so-called scriptures to be entirely contrived by human beings and a reflection of human understanding, rather than divine inspiration.

What is the truth? Is a book that contains endless stories of warfare and slaughter against infidels or unbelieving nations and individuals really “holy writ?” One which dictates that there are “chosen people” who are superior to others, who may thus be unreservedly dominated and exploited? Or that human beings are revolting “sinners” who can only achieve grace by believing in a “Son of God” who was hideously tortured and murdered “for our sins?” Is this sort of “scripture” truly the most appropriate and intelligent writing the God of the cosmos could come up with? Or could there be something much more enlightened that deserves to be held up in a higher sacrosanct position?

“We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

The American Constitution may well be the “holiest of holies.” It is not “infallible,” nor does it address religion specifically, except for this particularly pithy amendment that is not only wholly relevant but also holy in its implications for securing liberty from religious imposition of all kinds:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

These remarks do not suggest that the constitutions of other nations are necessarily inferior or that the U.S. is flawless, but at least in this well-considered and well-written scripture – as defined by the third definition: “A statement regarded as authoritative” – there is a chance for humanity to be truly free and to reach its best.

Here is a video about my religion:

Your anti-blasphemy laws blaspheme my religion, and many of your religious beliefs defame my religion. Please respect my religion and stop trying to force yours on the rest of us through such censorship, which only proves our criticisms to be true.

“Following our religion, we will continue to speak out against all oppression, hatred and violence, including and especially that of religions, sects and cults worldwide.”

Following our religion, we will continue to speak out against all oppression, hatred and violence, including and especially that of religions, sects and cults worldwide. If your religion is being criticized by millions of peace-loving people globally, there is a reason for that criticism, and it isn’t because we are all “filthy infidels.” Instead of trying to censor our complaints and blaming the victims, you will need to look more closely at what you follow, which is setting itself up against the rest of us, in a position of enmity and hatred. There is absolutely nothing “peaceful” about it, and that falsehood about “peace” itself is one of the main criticisms we will continue to vocalize, despite your blasphemous efforts to censor us.

“If your religion or ‘holy law’ go against my sacred scriptures and holy law of the land, then you are breaking my religious law. It’s that simple. Best give up your anti-blasphemy efforts, lest they bite you back.”

P.S. If my ironic use of the term “religion” in my effort at fighting fire with fire and demonstrating that we are just as passionate about our perspective of reality makes you feel “uncomfortable,” please listen to what one of the other prophets of my religion has to say.

Further Reading

American Founding Father Ben Franklin’s sense of divine providence concerning the Constitution
Beware of ‘defamation of religion’ censorship!
U.S. says no to U.N.’s anti-free speech effort
UN ‘Blasphemy Resolution’
Pakistan’s ‘blasphemy’ disgrace
Norway criminalizes blasphemy NOT QUITE
Irish atheists test blasphemy law
Thomas Jefferson was a freethinker, not a Christian
Origins of Islam
Origins of Christianity
Quotes from Judaism
FBI, DHS warn Muslim violence could spread to the U.S.
U.S. Government report on 35 terrorist-related Muslim ‘compounds’ in America
Is my religion intolerant?
Not all nonbelievers hate religion

50 thoughts on “Anti-free speech efforts blaspheme MY religion

  1. I just don’t buy it that Muslims were upset about some absurd and very poorly done video. This episode seems conveniently pre-planned to coincide with 9-11 to me.

    Attacking our US diplomats, who are the true disciples of PEACE, should infuriate all Americans and all other western nations with the need to finally stand up to the heinous ideology of Islam. Terrorist actions like these by Muslims are why Islam does not deserve any respect whatsoever. Now, will the leftists finally be onboard after the brutal death of these US diplomats who were also democrats who put their lives on the line to help the very Islamic nations who’s same people murdered them?

    I am sick & tired of being tolerant of intolerance.

    “Tolerance of intolerance is cowardice”
    – Hirsi Ali

    “Tolerance becomes a crime when applied to evil”
    – Thomas Mann

    1. No …
      The leftists are not on board. Read the posts on MSN and Yahoo. It seems that many more ARE on board, but it also seems that the more Islam’s pathology is manifest the further many or most sink into their denial and delusion. There is so much going on now, it’s impossible to even briefly mention everything, but go to MSN and Yahoo, find the stories about Islam, the riots, the stupid little movie and read the comments.

  2. Given the wide spread practice of prayer!
    In all religions and the undoubted fact that people have been praying for good health, peace, wise leadership, enough to eat, freedom from opression, etc. since they first got down on their knees and begged these mercies from their presumed loving, caring all powerful deity something would have got better for them!

    Judging by the state of mankind in general and of individuals in specific, it might occur to the faithful finally that no loving Creator exists and that 10000 yrs of prayer have produced no tangible proof of any deity of any kind existing. Or it is does exist, It has no interests at all in improving mankind’s lot. So that being the case why worship It?

  3. Thank you. I stand by what I’ve said here. We must draw a line and let others know that this text [i]is [/i]sacred to us, for the reasons highlighted here and elsewhere. Without such passion and fighting fire with fire, we will not succeed.

    You are mistaken if you believe there’s nothing to worry about. There are many concerted and treasonous efforts designed to overturn or supersede the Constitution, and there have been a number of instances ([url]http://shariahinamericancourts.com/[/url]) in which these efforts have succeeded. They are succeeding right now, as our “leaders” are considering every way they can to make criticism of religion a “hate crime.” ([url]http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/perverse_process_orKksIN05i0UKsRMCs6r0J[/url]) That reason is precisely why I am doing what I’m doing. If some bogus, manmade cult of violence can attain sacrosanct status, then so can my perspective of reality.

    As this is a country of free speech, you are obviously welcome to your viewpoint, while I will continue to express mine. It is my religious right to adhere to the U.S. Constitution, and anyone trying to subvert this constitution and replace it with someone else’s religious law is blaspheming my religion.

    It should be noted that the Founding Fathers themselves were very much aware of divine providence, and not a few of them felt they were acting as God’s best representatives on Earth. While a secular nation has been established insofar as the government goes, few of the Founding Fathers could be deemed to be “atheists” or even secularists. They were not strictly Christian, but, rather, several of them were Deists and/or Unitarians.

    The idea of the Constitution as a sacred text is therefore not novel or unique to me, and I am simply continuing the perception of the most influential Founding Fathers, including and especially Ben Franklin:

    [quote]…In a piece for the [i]Federal Gazette[/i], Franklin compared the controversial character to Moses’ Decalogue. In both cases, Frankly analogized, the new laws were provided by leaders who had recently delivered their nations from “the Will of a powerful Monarch.” In both cases these new laws were opposed by a fearful and fractious people, stirred up by self-serving demagogues… Frankly went on to suggest that this damnable resistance to new laws had not only afflicted Moses, it had also confronted Jesus Christ…. In the Bible’s beginning and end, Frankly found arresting examples of what he considered a self-destructive tendency to resist constitutional change.

    In concluding this typological attack on the Constitution’s opponents, Frankly again declared his belief that a consistently just God of provided would have had a hand in the founding of this new nation, whose existence would affect the “Welfare of Millions now existing, and to exist.” Precisely because Franklin’s God was – in true deist fashion – much more uniform across time and space than the God of his more orthodox compatriots, ad also because his God was providentially concerned in the lives of his creation, Frankly seemed to have little trouble suggesting that the American scripture forged in Philadelphia resulted from the same divine influence as the laws recorded in the Bible….

    (David Holland, [i]Sacred Borders: Continuing Revelation and Canonical Restraint in Early America[/i], Oxford University Press, 2011, p. 74.)[/quote]
    There are many more such quotes indicating the sense of divine providence felt by the American Founding Fathers, as well as the sacredness of their task and writings/scriptures.

  4. Mark Twain on “Irreverence”
    In his essay, “Is Shakespeare Dead”, Mark Twain has a section called “Irreverence” in which he humorously maintains that he has never been irreverent to any of his own beliefs, only those of others! It is a great essay, full of deep psychological insight into our willingness to believe in myths, legends, “icons”, etc., and an analysis of the strange methods the “authorities” often use to create legends, and what we now call “icons.” The essay is well worth reading EVEN IF Twain is wrong about the Francis Bacon/Shakespeare issue. (He extensively quotes English legal authorities who are actually the ones responsible for the theory that Bacon wrote Shakespeare’s plays.)

  5. Religion
    Having read all the mythologies and recognizing that all religions are simiilarly based on legends, I left the Catholic church at age 11. Siince then I´ve followed what is called the individual, spiritual path. The three Middle Wastern, masculine god religions, Judaism and her two daughters, Christianity and Islam were established via conscription of adherents through wars and that male format of conquest runs through all male organizations of the “MY WAY or NO WAY” mentality.
    Being the last of the Judaic religions, and like Catholicism, doing everything possible to distance itself from its mother, Islam feels that the most apt weapon is violence. “Be like me or die”.
    Despite all the mellifluous poetry and abstractions taken from both Judaism and Catholicism, Islam is a violent faith. Mohammed supposedly proselytised via the scimitar, saying to invaded villages ¨Accept Allah or die!” Those who did not accept were beheaded, the Jews, were absolved temporarily in the expectation that they would recognize Islam as the superior, true religion and leave Judaism. Of course that didn´t happen. Islam is the theologically and historically flimsiest of the Monotheistic forms and thus, the most dangerous.

    1. 11.
      After much insightful study, you left the church at the age of 11? When I wasa teen I did stupid stuff. I can even remember my elementary school delusions.

    2. oh really?
      :confused: u left catholic church at 11 n m sure by 11 yrs and 11 days u wud hv analysed all other churches and by the time u were 11 ys 11 months u were done mugging up all monotheist religions!
      Girl! u r some einstien wen it comes to religion!

      How old are you now btw? 13? or 14?

      letme quote from the Quran –
      “Say: O, unbelievers! I do not worship that you worship, and you do not wor-ship That I worship. I do not worship that you worship, and you do not worship That I worship. You have a faith [religion] of your own, and I have mine!” (see Quran, 109 Al KAfirun)

      teensie..wen u grow up..educate urself before saying something.
      a little knowledge is a dangerous thing indeed!

  6. Always Inspirational!
    You’ve always inspired me, and I’m always proud to share your eloquent thoughts! Thank you for your many gifts, chief among them: focused, thoughtful reason.

    Mark Morgan,
    Camarillo, CA

  7. Perfect!! javascript:JOSC_emoticon(“:)”)
    That is perfect. That should make them stop and think but I don’t think too many will. If their religion is so fragile that somebody making a comment about it incites a riot and violence, then perhaps that religion isn’t strong enough in the first place. When you have to threaten people to not make comments, something needs to change.

  8. Allah the imaginary
    This turn of events substantiates my theory that religions for some people
    are an inculcated mental illness.
    D M Murdock does an excellent job in exposing the nonsense associated with the puerile belief in imaginary entities who are supposedly omniscient,omnipotent and omnipresent.
    The big question is should we disbelievers be cowed by the psychopathic element within various faiths.
    Hopefully in the future,faith in deities ,will be the subject of humour.

  9. Secularism is the default religion.
    Maybe the word “superstition” should be used for those religions which rest on obvious fables.
    Patrice Ayme

  10. Hi,

    I love what you do, but the Constitution — a secular document — as sacred? This was written by a committee, not a theologian.

    No matter, though. You have nothing to worry about. Constitutional law supercedes religious law in a secular Republic like ours. That’s why priests can go to jail for raping children, even though they surely think their god is okay with it and the Vatican never punishes them.

    I think it is a bad idea to add mystique to a document that deals the absolutely concrete. There is no mystery to it at all, being a document formed by ideals common during the Enlightenment.

    1. Your “logic” …
      Doesn’t work. All documents are written by people. If the constitution isn’t sacred, neither are “holy” books, that is, unless theologians are not people. And, seriously, you think “holy” books weren’t written by committees? Please. I think Acharya is simply trying to make a point and makes it well. The constitution seems to me to be one of the most enlightened, life-affirming documents ever written, “sacred” or not. But, surely, it’s at least as “sacred” as the delusional and murderous, death affirming rantings of desert-dwelling, sun-baked mad men.

    2. The notion of sacred is more general than theology
      “Sacred” is not just about the gods in the old Roman civilization (the root may be the same as that of sack… namely what binds). Sacred Vestals, sacred cows. In republican Rome the divide between the sacred and the Republic was NOT sharp.
      In a most important sense the Republic itself, and the given word, were sacred.
      Patrice Ayme

  11. Reader writer a wrathmatician
    You wrote, “Note the parts about not establishing a religion”

    The part was actually, “shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion”.

    Just sayin’ …

    re ligare or religio

    To re connect with that which is? What was? Or to study in reverence to…

    Not sure what my religion would be if I had to say…Studying the connectedness of what is?

    I have a great respect for stable systems. I can only see one of those. Nature is a stable system. The solar system seems to work well.

    People’s systems: Religions, governmental … haven’t seen any stable ones.

    Haven’t met any prophets, but I’ve met some wise people. Someone mentioned Mark Twain. There’s a wise one.

    I think we could just be nice to each other. I think that’s easier and more fun than bickreing and redicule. Seems a waste of earth time… not much apportioned to us after all. A hundred years or so and then… Poof…times up

  12. I’m an admirer from way back – prior to you becoming a mother, and I have 2 of your books, TCC (personally signed) and the E version of WWJ, but I sort of lost touch the last 4-5 years. We MUST exterminate the cancer of organized religion before it exterminates our species (and with 3rd world Muslims producing 6.4 children per union, it doesn’t take a Nobel maths laureate to compute the inevitable majority they will have in 20 years).

    So please, keep up your good work (and keep going after the bas…ds too!). I’ll apologize in advance for stooping to vernacular profanity, but, before we in the “West” insisted on driving everywhere in gas-guzzling SUVs, all these medievally-fixated misogynistic morons’ culture consisted of f..k..g camels and beating up on women and little girls, so, in a way, we’re the architects of our own demise (our unconditional support for Yahweh’s “chosen” people living in their “promised land” hasn’t helped our cause much either!).

    Once again my apologies for my departure from the “Queen’s Oxford English”. Peace and love.


  13. Sun su
    The art of war ! All you dupes and dupets, period. Belief in deity is not absurd! Adherents to manipulators is absurd! First off every time you think you are an authority on anything or anyone , your not, authority is given not taken.We are all born naked! Everything you are and have has been given to you. . Real believers of god believe because it is given to them because they asked, not for what they already have been given but what has not been given( truth)!
    You are all insects,a plague , to be eradicated from the universe so the next plague may come into being! Doubt? Then live forever and prove me wrong ,you are insignificant wisps in the wind and will kill yourselves off before you give the universe it’s shot.
    You hate mongering whores, praying for more than others, that’s why god does not show up for you!
    Uneducated inbred wanna be gods! Praying for rain cause you rape the earth like your it’s pimp, and your to lazy to care for others.
    I can’t hardly wait to die just to get some relief!
    That’s right hate me you naked little babes, my mother and father are pissed off that so many of you say that you know but have only been told by liars and theives!
    Give up your life, it will only serve you to be born!
    Your ignorance and nievity is your death, but you wear it like your life’s blood, What evidence is there to the contrary? You pray for the physical answer to your problem and when it is denied you, you take matters into your own hands like the grim reaper. You have only been spared so long because the mother and father that loves you . But you disown your parents and make unto yourself things and places to bow down too for suplication only parents can give. Some more than others . Up to 5 times a day facing Mecca or Jerusalem . Places that your parents wouldn’t be dared associated with. Forgive them father they know not what they do, forgive them mother , a harlot has seized them by the groin, and their flesh is weak. Dressing themselves in the blood of saints they wander the earth like whores working the streets.
    There, spicy enough? Get a clue jew, get a job jihad ,Jesus said it best, you vipers , your father is of the lie. You have disowned your parents and declared yourself the givers.
    Athiests just shut up nobody was even talkin to you cause your selfish and arrogant to boot. Nobody even cares about your to stupid to think anyone just might know you even exist, die .

    Still want free speech? F&$k you! Nobody should have the right to free anything. Free rape? Free murder? Free foreclosure on your home?
    Shut up!!! Nothing is free except death!

    This message brought to you via freedom of speech- lol-peace
    ( p.s.satire was also provided free in this message. Are you smart enough to figure it out?.)
    Acharya for president!( nope, serious bout that,guess again)

      1. Hmm,
        Let’s just say I’m a plumber. I’ve seen alot of turds, it does things to your DNA . Lol- peace

    1. Please …
      Did you escape or have you just not taken your meds? Have you ever drowned any of your children after hearing the voices of demons? Your level of literacy is interesting, though. Muslim troll or Christian troll? Or maybe you’re just messin’ with us … in a learning disabled teenager sort of way.

      1. Heres your sign..
        Get the hint. If stupid is as stupid does.
        I could’ve spoken more coherently but what good would it do? When so many wise and brave men and women have stood in council of mankind and spoken eloquently ,( for ages) yet the world is still behaving the way they do . Wisdom and truth and love are just bywords for most. Why aren’t my words?

      1. Fun,fun..
        You people still just don’t get it ,do you? If you bother to look past all you’ve been taught, or rather been lied too about. You would not judge other people the same. Learn to edit. Learn other ways of helping instead of hurting. Words can hurt, choose wisely. Swords kill, use only for defense. That is, unless your careless ! You want to put up with people like me who will say what’s on their mind, then ok, free speech it is, but some people say stupid sh*t all the time , it’s just a waste of breath. But when great people say somthing great, it’s all “wow , did he just say that , oh how true!” f$@k you, quit picking on my free speech , or,,, thanks for your opinion , I shall consider your words. Which one you want to hear?You trying to restrict my speach? – peace

  14. Thank you, Acharya.
    [b][/b Thank you, Acharya. for instiling people to think and write this bundle of comments dispalying many variations of thoughts on the subject at hand. The comment you received from Shane – Sun su has the same feeling toward us Gentiles as the Abrahamic God But at least he’s fair by displaying no favorites. :woohoo:

  15. Thank you for your clarity.
    In truth, this document is now tattered and torn. Many years ago, I swore an oath to defend it,from enemies foreign and domestic, as did every member of Congress and many public servants. I’ve written to several of them about the violation of their oath: such as the Patriot Act and the NDAA.

  16. The Lie Must Live Whatever The Cost
    I’m willing to bet that some American politicians are frothing at the mouth with a desire to blame the death of Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens on that movie (“Innocence of Muslims”) which ridiculed Islam’s Muhammad.

    Some American politicians and government lawyers probably have a ravenous desire to ban the entire 1st Amendment or as much of it as they can.

    Some of America’s psychopathic politicians probably see the deaths of the four Americans in Libya as a wonderful opportunity to reduce Americans’ free speech rights.

    Some American politicians are probably delighted that the movie (“Innocence of Muslims”) caused the deaths of Stevens and three other Americans.

    Why would some American politicians be delighted that the movie (“Innocence of Muslims”) brought about the deaths of Stevens and the other three Americans?


    1. They just don’t like any aspect of our 1st Amendment rights and they’d just like to shut us all up. Period.

    2. Some American politicians, government lawyers and officials in government such as the CIA and the Defense Dept may be unregistered agents of the Vatican. By “unregistered agents,” I mean that they never officially declared themselves to be agents of the Vatican, but they may have privately “winked” to the Vatican that they would use their government posititions to influence govenment departments and politicians to improve “circumstances” for the Vatican and the Christian religion. “Circumstances” could mean real estate, schools, business, publishing, etc.; the Vatican has lots of all of that.

    But the most important money maker for the Vatican is the Christian religion. I can’t imagine what the cost is of maintaining those magnificent, ornate Vatican buildings could be.

    During the Mexican-American border debate involving Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, it was revealed that one of the biggest promoters of leaving the Mexican-American border wide open was the Catholic Church. Why? Because the Catholic Church, in America, is losing members rapidly. Most of the old, ornate, expensive inner city Catholic churches that were built (before) WWII are being abandoned. They are being abandoned because of White Flight to the suburbs.

    The only way the Vatican can save those inner city churches is to refill them with people. The Vatican knows that they can’t pull the White Flighters back in to the inner city churches. But the Vatican does know that if they can get the American politicians to leave the American-Mexican border wide open, then millions of poverty stricken, illiterate, hungry, devoutly Catholic Mexicans yearning to be free will flow into America and then into those vacant, abandoned inner city Catholic churches. Jing-a-ling, the Sunday cash cow again starts to ring.

    But another question for the Vatican is how can the Vatican slow down or, better yet, stop the White Flighters from leaving, not the inner city churches, but, rather, the Christian religion?

    The Vatican always knew that they couldn’t pull the wool over the eyes of all its members (forever). Torture and telling their congregations that they would burn in hell for eternity if they didn’t believe in Jesus kept those congregations very catholicized up until the “doggone” signing of the US Constitution’s 1st Amendment which, when coupled with the 2nd Amendment, really caused the Pope to get hot under the collar. For 1400 years those frocked Roman Emperors had the biggest money scam moving along quite smoothly. Then along comes George, Martha, Jefferson, Madison, Franklin, Paine and lots of angry colonialists who de-frocked those Roman Emperors with America’s 1st Amendment.

    Today, in September of 2012, the Vatican is confronted again with another group of colonialist leaders. They are the voices of Acharya S D.M. Murdock, Barbara Walker, Dr. Robert M. Price, Kenneth Humphreys, Earl Doherty and others, and they are now combined with the writings of George, Martha, Jefferson, Madison, Franklin and others; and this combination is too strong and powerful a bond for the Vatican to tolerate. I believe that this bond makes the Vatican wonder, “How can the mouths of these writers be muffled?”

    “How can their mouths be muffled?”

    The Vatican wonders, “How can their mouths be muffled? Our revenue is at stake.”

    “Can their mouths be muffled with rags???”

    “Uh! Uh! No, too risky.”

    “Can their mouths be muffled with laws?”

    “Hmmmm!!! Maybe!!!”

    “What would action would force the American Congress to write a law that would prevent the American people from criticizing, ridiculing and, most of all, telling the (truth) about our Christian Jesus-Lie religion?”

    The most important words in the (above) question are, “What would force…”

    Politely (lobbying) and (asking) Congress to write a law to “…..prevent the American people from criticizing, ridiculing and, most of all, telling the truth about our Christian Jesus-Lie religion?,” would be a foolish waste of time because Congressional Constitutional scholars would simply tell the Vatican reps that doing so wouldn’t be possible because the 1st Amendment would prevent that.

    That being the case, what other means could the Vatican use to “force” Congress to write a law to “…..prevent the American people from criticizing, ridiculing and, most of all, telling the truth about our Christian Jesus-Lie religion?”

    What if the Vatican could get “friends” and “helpers” within the American Government to enable something (catastrophic) to happen which would cause the American people and politicians to demand new restraints upon their Constitutional rights to prevent an awful recurrence of this (catastrophe).

    So some of the Vatican’s “friends” and “helpers” create a two-bit, fifteen minute movie called “The Innocence of Muslims.” The Vatican knows that if the Muslim world sees this movie, the Muslims will explode with anger and start killing any American in sight. The Vatican knows that if this movie is released correctly, millions of Muslims can instantaneously learn about it.

    It’s quite amazing that this two-bit, fifteen minute movie was released (so perfectly) that millions of Muslims learned about it instantaneously. Upon its release the Muslims instantaneously committed the (catastrophic) killing of Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.

    Will this catastrophic killing be enough to cause Congress to reign in America’s 1st Amendment rights – including the right to criticize and ridicule religions such as Islam, Judaism and the Jesus Lie?

    Will this catastrophic killing cause Congress and its Media-Ministry of Propaganda to brainwash Americans into memorizing a new creed that says criticism and ridicule of a religion is the NEW act of TERRORISM?

    Wikipedia says that Leon Panetta is the Secretary of Defense and is Roman Catholic.


  17. Free speech.
    I agree with your article about free speech. I think anyone should have the right to say what they think about any religion, although they should know that using foul language and complete disrespect for another reigon, should be aware of the consequences of their actions. We are dealing with a mentality that is back in the 5th century. I would think that a more non confrontal approach would work better, such as just asking question about their religion and what evidence there is to support it. Not all religious people are stupid, but all stupid people seem to be religious. I have written many articles for my local newspaper about the Christian religion and the harm it has done and have been threatened couple of times, so I know how dealing with the brainwashed Christian fundamentalists is like. We should pull all of our embassies out of every theocratic countries until which time they want to join the society of reason and science

  18. “Sacred” Is Wrong Word for Constitution
    I believe that the U.S. Constitution is extremely important. It is supposed to be the foundation of our democratic republic. The problem is the government goes around it anytime the billionaires want them to. I think it needs amendments to bring it up to date by adding much stronger “checks and balances” in favor of the people, rather than in out-dated sense of the states versus the federal government, etc. Those were the best ideas of their time, but are now almost obsolete. We need to refine the bill of rights, add protections like the Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776 which didn’t allow a law to go into effect until the people had time to study it (and could then vote it down) — just for starters. The word “SACRED” implies that the Constitution should never be changed. Maybe the democratic republic should be “sacred?”

  19. Hard to know at this time
    The embassy attack could be false flag – we won’t know until we see the Administration response. If it is long and overly violent, then the likelihood is that it was a staged event. That happens frequently.

    America and are equally fervent in their own religion, and have no right to be condemning in attitude. When other peoples defame America’s religious symbol, the flag, Americans become violent and dangerous.

  20. Yeah like the crusaders were saints in spreading Christianity. And as far as true monotheistic religions only Islam and Judaism truly are. Christians and their wild trinity concept is almost as bizarre and out there in left field as this Mormonism crap. Or is it actually. ” Moronism”

    1. This is not a competition about whose cult is more violent, but Islam does win that contest. In the meantime, we have criticized Christianity ([url]http://www.truthbeknown.com/victims.htm[/url]) quite widely, along with Judaism and other religious fanaticisms.

      270 million people dead in the name of Islam ([url]http://www.politicalislam.com/tears/pages/tears-of-jihad/[/url])

      Judaism is not a “true monotheism” either, as the Israelites were polytheistic Canaanites until the 8th century BCE at the earliest, when Yahweh fanatics slaughtered them into intolerant Yahwism. Here we are trying to PREVENT such mass murder from happening again. Pointing fingers elsewhere instead of acknowledging this history of brutality and conquest will only allow it to be repeated.

      Islam also started out by using the polytheistic gods of the pre-Islamic Sabians. The “We” in the Koran is a reflection of these earlier polytheistic beliefs and texts. Allah’s “daughters” in the so-called Satanic verses are pre-Mohammedan goddesses, and the altar at Mecca was filled with 360 gods, one for each day of the year according to the old calendar.

      Both of these cults represent contrived monotheism that merely makes them extremely intolerant, hateful and violent. At least in Christianity there is some room for a female, with the Virgin Mary. Not so with the misogynistic Islam and Judaism, which were the result of eradicating all concepts of female divinity.

    2. Did you notice?
      That the Crusades are not going on currently? However, Islamic atrocities are. I simply don’t understand why so many posters have to equivocate the current atrocities of Islam with past atrocities of Christianity. We’re aware of it. We don’t need the education. Everybody knows that Christians did bad things. However, I thought we were talking about the [b]current[/b] atrocities of Islam. The “Trinity” is so simple … three aspects of the same thing. Christians are generally to stupid to preach it or understand it, but that’s really not relevant. Most “gods” have more than one aspect.

  21. Are we free?
    This was an excellent written and video commentary, of the sort I’ve come to expect from Acharya. She has done much to expose the lies and hypocrisy of religions worldwide. But such were not the only lies we’ve grown up with. We have been lied to in religion, government, politics, our history, and so much more. I would point out that evidence suggests that this country (U.S.) is not so free. Our real leaders are assassinated and we are left with figureheads only, doing the bidding of psychopaths.

    Our media is controlled by zionists who wish to divide and conquer and so instill fear and hatred in our people. Our military is used by foreign powers and the oligarchy to fight wars for oil, drugs, and economic and corporate hegemony. We are ruled by puppets whose masters are working to make America a back-water third-world country and no possible threat to their New World Order.

    We are free to support the NWO and commit atrocities against our own countrymen and others or we can resist. Our lowering education, our media, entertainment, our ever more restricted legal rights and freedoms have been made to limit our abilities to act with conscience.

  22. “America and are equally fervent in their own religion, and have no right to be condemning in attitude.”

    Due to the grammar, I really don’t quite understand what that means, but …

    So, we should just take Muslim violence in stride, as if we deserve it, just as Muslims commit it with impunity? Sounds like a typical Muslim attitude to me.

  23. Finally a Religion worth respecting what a wonderful world this would be if everyone felt this way thank you so much for sharing!…Loved your book “The Son’s of God” great read with alot of research available to back it up keep up the good work!

  24. Freedom
    Maybe to the trolls in this site and to the people promoting these anti-free speech efforts, try to reflect on this great quote. If you’re a gamer you know where this came from.

    [i] “Men must be free to do what they believe. It is not our right to punish one for thinking what they do, no matter how much we disagree!” – Altäir Ibn-La’Ahad; Assassin’s Creed[/i]

  25. Prohibiting…
    “[i]Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances[/i].”
    I would have thought that when they stipulated that they knew only christian religions.
    A Christian will turn the other cheek while the Muslim thinks he has the right to kill the unbeliever. So in what you believe it generates comportment.
    A Muslim will tell you that Jesus is not God, that is not a problem but if you dare to tell that Mahomet is not a prophet…any other Muslim can try to kill you.
    It is time to consider that the three religions are a production of a secret society, the Priests. That is why they are so flawed.

  26. The best thing that the entire muslim world could do for all people on planet earth is reform Islam and update it for a 21st century by including freedom of speech, separation between religion and state. They need to remove all those violent, bigoted, hateful scriptures from the Koran. Then, maybe they’ll be a religion of peace, we’ll see.

    First Amendment to the United States Constitution ([url]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution[/url]):

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”


    “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth.”
    – Omar M. Ahmad, founder of Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) July 4th, 1998

    “Muslims cannot accept the legitimacy of the secular system in the United States, for it “is against the orders and ordainments of Allah”
    – Imam Zaid Shakir, Former Muslim Chaplain at Yale University

    “I want to see the U.S become an Islamic nation.”
    – Ibrahim Hooper, CAIR Spokesperson

    “I am a traitor to America because my religion requires me to be. We pledge to wage jihad for the rest of our lives until either we implant Islam all over the world or meet our Lord as bearers of Islam.”
    – Samir Khan

    “Once we gain power in Egypt, “we will launch a campaign of Islamic conquest, throughout the world”
    – Sheikh ‘Adel Shehato, Senior official of Egyptian Islamic Jihad

    “Greater integration between Islam and the West depends on incorporation of Sharia law into the legal systems of Europe and the U.S.”
    – Ground Zero Mosque Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf

    “The Koran is our constitution, the Prophet is our leader, Jihad Is Our Path & Death in the Name of Allah Is Our Goal”
    – Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi

  27. I don’t care what you say,
    My comments above stand true. If you find offense in my words , then it is exactly as I said”First off every time you think you are an authority on anything or anyone , your not, authority is given not taken.We are all born naked! Everything you are and have has been given to you” . If you are offended then the words have been given authority.
    The words set forth in the constitution are only given authority by the people that would be ruled by it. Agree in unifying voice and things get done, but if everyone is screaming and cares not for others, how can unification remain?
    We must remain vigilant to agree to not to agree, that everyone has a voice ,if we are unified on that point .
    But we must be brave because people are going to say things you don’t like. Regardless of that fact communication does need to remain open. And remember violence is the lowest form of communication, just don’t lower ourselves into a hole so low we cant get out.
    And if you think words of a harsh nature are below you , then fine, but the men and women who work their actual fingers to the bone for this country don’t Give a flying squirrels a**, they are in a hole already and are getting tired of slackers.
    Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what can you do for your country!
    – peace

      1. Whoever is trolling this page with different IPs and giving thumbs up/down in multiples of 12, please STOP.

        Thank you.

  28. Can we get an update…
    Acharya, can we get an update on your blog soon when Christ Con Vol. 2 is coming out? I checked your FB page but you haven’t posted since June. Thanks a lot & keep up the great work!

    1. Thanks for the query, Bruce. I’ve had to put that book on the back burner to address numerous other issues, some of which are vexing me at the moment, including getting the 2013 Astrotheology Calendar to bed. :s

      We are looking at 2013 at the earliest.

  29. Scripture based Christianity does not in any way acknowledge Mary as divine. Important yes, but only God and his human incarnation and his spirit are divine.

  30. And all people believ themselves an those who share their views to be smart. I’ve met some atheists who arent exactly scientific or smart

  31. You guys should elect Shane for president. His irreverence for bullsh’t and bullsh’tters made me almost lose control of my bladder function. Seriously though, do you write for South Park or American Dad? Those shows are reaching way more people than all the religious texts or political mandates in the world put together. I gotta show this to my kids, it’s way funnier than those cat videos on YouTube.

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