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Black Lies Matter   America - all of it

Started 8/12/20 by Apollonius (Theocritos); 27782 views.

From: CzoeMC


It is hard to be an atheist in this world. My bro was complaining about the music that he had to select for my Dad's funeral last week, him being a musician, and an atheist, dad being all Very Bible Belt, and he asked why the atheist had to pick from the 20 hymns. Registered his complaint, but I had my own share of horribleness to deal with. It has been a week now, and nobody has covid symptoms, we didn't want to have a super spreader event, but Mom had to have her way, and it was really freaky, what is it with an open casket, anyway? Only a few jerky relatives ignored the request of covid protacal.

Sorry to hear that you're an atheist.  That's your loss. 

I'm trying to think of a single piece of music worthy of the name inspired by atheism.

And no, it is not hard to be an atheist.  In today's world, quite the contrary, you would risk your social life and career by revealing that you were religious.

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The year 2020 likely saw the largest percentage increase in homicides in American history. Murder was up nearly 37% in a sample of 57 large and medium-size cities. Based on preliminary estimates, at least 2,000 more Americans, most of them black, were killed in 2020 than in 2019. Mainstream media and many politicians claim the pandemic caused this bloodbath, but the chronology doesn’t support that assertion. And now the criminal-justice policies supported by President Biden promise to exacerbate the current crime wave, while ignoring its actual causes.

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Jenifer (Zarknorph)

From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)


Apollonius (Theocritos) said:

I'm trying to think of a single piece of music worthy of the name inspired by atheism.

Tim Minchin "Thank you god", (Atheist song)

The best´s song of Tim Minchin, (for me)...

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Meanwhile in Britain:

Minister's scathing attack on Black Lives Matter

Equalities Minister Kemi Badenoch makes an eloquent speech during a debate on Black History Month, insisting any British schools teaching critical race theor...

..y are "breaking the law" and criticised the "anti-capitalist" Black Lives Matter group.

The first comment, from two months ago:

Thank God she's saying this. If a white person said these facts, they'd be forced to resign.

Speaking of Black History Month Badenoch denies assertions that black people are denied opportunities to study non-white history.  She says school children have "many opportunities to study non-European cultures such as Mughal India and Benin-- where my ancestors decided to have their own opportunity to take over the world in their own way."

Jenifer (Zarknorph)

From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)


I thought the song was great!