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Kill Religion!: The Deserved Death of Faith By Ranty McRanterson
eBook (ePub): $5.59
Have you ever wondered why people have faith? Why don't they choose not to have faith? How does it help you to believe things for which no reasons or evidence can be provided? Is faith pure wish... More > fulfillment? Is it social conditioning, brainwashing, mind control? Imagine a world where no one had ever heard of Moses, the Buddha, Jesus, and Mohammed, but everyone had heard of Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. Would our world be better or worse? Imagine that not a single person believed in anything. Imagine that no one placed any faith in anything. Imagine that everyone was rational, logical, and committed to evidence and proof. Imagine that everything was rejected that didn't involve reason, logic, evidence and proof. How would that lead to a worse world? Wouldn't humans be much smarter? Wouldn't they evolve much faster?< Less
Kill God!: The Hunt for the Cosmic War Criminal By Ranty McRanterson
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Good old Freddie Nietzsche announced that God is dead. Most of the world obviously didn't get the memo. God seems to be alive and kicking, worse than ever. He's in our face. He's out, he's loud, and... More > he's proud. More people believe in God now than at any time in human history. This guy's on a roll. He's a lot more successful than Nietzsche, that's for sure. Freddie said, "Success has always been the greatest liar." Sore loser! It's not enough to proclaim God dead. You actually have to go and perform the deed. You have to get your hands dirty. If anyone needs dealing with, it's God. God is a monster and a mass murderer. He's a war criminal. He's quite simply humanity's deadliest enemy. Just read the Torah, Bible or Koran. You must strike down the tyrant, as Brutus and Cassius did to Caesar. It's time for the HyperHumans to slay the gods, and become gods themselves.< Less
Planet Stupid: How Earth Got Dumber and Dumber By Ranty McRanterson
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America is approaching MEANING ZERO. Jean Baudrillard wrote, "We live in a world where there is more and more information, and less and less meaning." When meaning vanishes, emotion fills... More > the vacuum. Emotion is the only thing that means anything to most people these days. They slavishly worship their own feelings and experiences, and trash any notion of objective Truth. They proclaim their own truth. Everyone these days believes whatever they want to believe, regardless of any facts to the contrary. This is the post-facts world, the post-truth world. The only good news is fake news telling you exactly what you want to hear. All fake news with which you agree is true; all fake news with which you disagree is disgusting fake news! That's the way this game is played. Believe whatever serves your agenda, and dismiss anything that doesn't. This is Planet Stupid, and it's getting stupider with every passing second. Everything that could make it more intelligent is rejected and loathed. If that's not dumb, what is?< Less
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Freedumb and Dumbocracy: Libertarians, Dogs, Goyim, the Internet, and Last Men By Ranty McRanterson
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"I may not agree with you, but I will defend to the death your right to make an ass of yourself." - Oscar Wilde Thanks to the likes of Wilde, the world is now overrun by asses. The Pope of... More > Fools has been unleashed to preside over the Dumbocalypse. No one needs to burn any books these days since no one reads any books. That would require intelligence and effort. Who needs such things in this time of the internet, the domain of cyber idiocy, of the global moronocracy? Every day on social media is a feast of fools, a bonfire of the inanities. We're never far from the sadding crowd. Those whom the gods wish to destroy, they first give a Facebook account. The Pope of Dopes is elected at the Dinner of Dunces. The internet ought to appoint its Troll King of the Day, its Cyber Idiot, its Clown Prince, its World Wide Pleb. Plato thought it insane to entrust power to the mob. He compared them to a bunch of drunks on a party ship, a pleasure cruiser for dummies, sailing to its inevitable doom.< Less