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    03 Aug '07 00:33
    Is it not time to ban the teaching of religion to everyone under the age of 21.
    With religion being used as a reason if not a vehicle for warcrimes against hummanity by uneducated buffoons who had been brain-washed from an early age into believing their God was superior to the God down the street, is it now not the time to take the kid gloves off with the moronic zealots and ban religion being forced-fed to a captive audience, at least until they have matured enough to relise it is only a supersticious pastime with no revelance to modern society.
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    03 Aug '07 00:53
    Any society brainwashes it's kids. Religion has nothing to do with it.
  3. Standard memberStregone
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    03 Aug '07 02:34
    Originally posted by iraqi insurgent
    Is it not time to ban the teaching of religion to everyone under the age of 21.
    With religion being used as a reason if not a vehicle for warcrimes against hummanity by uneducated buffoons who had been brain-washed from an early age into believing their God was superior to the God down the street, is it now not the time to take the kid gloves off wi ...[text shortened]... matured enough to relise it is only a supersticious pastime with no revelance to modern society.
    I agree that religion should be banned. I'm not sure what you meant by--but I disagree with the statement: "warcrimes against humanity" IF you're referring to IRAQ. I do not believe that war is unnecessary. There are people who want to "take" from us and we must oppose them. If that means killing them, then "lets rumble!"
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    03 Aug '07 03:06
    Originally posted by iraqi insurgent
    Is it not time to ban the teaching of religion to everyone under the age of 21.
    With religion being used as a reason if not a vehicle for warcrimes against hummanity by uneducated buffoons who had been brain-washed from an early age into believing their God was superior to the God down the street, is it now not the time to take the kid gloves off wi ...[text shortened]... matured enough to relise it is only a supersticious pastime with no revelance to modern society.
    A new kind of jack*** is born - the non-religious extremist.
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    03 Aug '07 06:31
    Originally posted by iraqi insurgent
    Is it not time to ban the teaching of religion to everyone under the age of 21.
    With religion being used as a reason if not a vehicle for warcrimes against hummanity by uneducated buffoons who had been brain-washed from an early age into believing their God was superior to the God down the street, is it now not the time to take the kid gloves off wi ...[text shortened]... matured enough to relise it is only a supersticious pastime with no revelance to modern society.
    I think parents have certain rights over their children. You would probably have to prove in a court of law that religion was excessively harmful to the child. That might be possible with certain extremist view points ie have the children taken away from their extremist parents for fear of them being harmed, but an outright ban on religion could not be justified based on a few examples of extremism. One could presumably argue that education should be banned because education allowed the atomic bomb.
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    03 Aug '07 06:38
    Originally posted by iraqi insurgent
    Is it not time to ban the teaching of religion to everyone under the age of 21.
    With religion being used as a reason if not a vehicle for warcrimes against hummanity by uneducated buffoons who had been brain-washed from an early age into believing their God was superior to the God down the street, is it now not the time to take the kid gloves off wi ...[text shortened]... matured enough to relise it is only a supersticious pastime with no revelance to modern society.
    In other words, you propose to combat moronic zealots by joining their ranks.
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    03 Aug '07 11:02
    i completely agree, with any kids from age 1-5 will beleive anything they say, because of evolution, if they took a philosophical stance on when it was said don't jump of a cliff, they'd die! and also why would their parents lie to them, BECAUSE THEY WERE MISINFORMED THEMSELF, while using the justification of, god can do anything he wants so naah!
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    03 Aug '07 20:26
    Originally posted by knightistwoqueens
    i completely agree, with any kids from age 1-5 will beleive anything they say, because of evolution, if they took a philosophical stance on when it was said don't jump of a cliff, they'd die! and also why would their parents lie to them, BECAUSE THEY WERE MISINFORMED THEMSELF, while using the justification of, god can do anything he wants so naah!
    i concur-i believed everything i told myself when i was little too!
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    03 Aug '07 23:33
    Originally posted by iraqi insurgent
    Is it not time to ban the teaching of religion to everyone under the age of 21.
    With religion being used as a reason if not a vehicle for warcrimes against hummanity by uneducated buffoons who had been brain-washed from an early age into believing their God was superior to the God down the street, is it now not the time to take the kid gloves off wi ...[text shortened]... matured enough to relise it is only a supersticious pastime with no revelance to modern society.
    Who bans it and who reinstates it? You?
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    03 Aug '07 23:52
    This is like the ban the guns issue. As if banning guns will stop the killing.
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    04 Aug '07 04:56
    Originally posted by iraqi insurgent
    Is it not time to ban the teaching of religion to everyone under the age of 21.
    With religion being used as a reason if not a vehicle for warcrimes against hummanity by uneducated buffoons who had been brain-washed from an early age into believing their God was superior to the God down the street, is it now not the time to take the kid gloves off wi ...[text shortened]... matured enough to relise it is only a supersticious pastime with no revelance to modern society.
    I think guns are used to hurt people, so my opinion should be the basis of how the world is run. No one on the planet should own a gun. I also hate green beans, so no one on the planet should eat those either.
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    04 Aug '07 05:17
    Originally posted by Stregone
    IF you're referring to IRAQ. I do not believe that war is unnecessary. There are people who want to "take" from us and we must oppose them. If that means killing them, then "lets rumble!"
    Although I have mixed feelings on the issue of the necessity of war, I must ask what is being "taken" from the U.S.A. by Iraqis?
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    04 Aug '07 05:242 edits
    Originally posted by iraqi insurgent
    ...realize it is only a supersticious pastime...
    There are plenty of nonextremist people of faith (including many under 21 years old) who regard their religion as more than a "supersticious pasttime."

    Assuming you are referring to Islam, do you even realize what the ratio of extremists to nonextremists actually is?
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