Thursday, August 03, 2006


Anti-thesisofreason visited today (Radical Goddess Thealogy: MEL GIBSON Blasts OFF ON JEWS) and said he thinks Yaj* is irritable because he has no visiting rights with women.

I agree. I think Yaj is depressed. He doesn't give a fig if he gets called up by the draft. Or becomes a suicide bomber.

But then again -- like I always say -- the Yahweh, Allah and Jehovah (Yaj) religions aren't really religions. They're sucker systems to sucker you into fighting wars for the rich. Why? So the rich can supplement their riches without dirtying their hands.

So Yaj-ites – please! I love you! Drop that sucker system you’ve been sucked into!! The rich know if they make you men into christians or muslims you’ll jail your women, thus stomping all over women's power for good. Then your women get so mad they won’t speak to you. So you get depressed and only want to fight, kill and die -- which is exactly what your masters (The Rich) want you to do.

I have to say, though, I prefer Jehovah Land to Allah Land. (But maybe only because I’m used to it -- I don’t know.) That’s why I also say we must have MULTILATERAL DISARMAMENT of the war-god religions. They all have to go together. One, two, three, together now: out with Yahweh, Allah & Jehovah!

*For those of you just tuning in, "Yaj" is the god Yahweh-Allah-Jehovah; you might think Yahweh, Allah and Jehovah are three separate gods. If so, you'd be wrong. See Radical Goddess Thealogy: Introducing THE GLORIOUS Yaj!.

thnx to seer for the foto of the sucker


Radi said...

"...we must have UNILATERAL DISARMAMENT of the war-god religions. They all have to go together. One, two, three, together now: out with Yahweh, Allah & Jehovah!..."

UNILATERAL DISARMAMENT? I believe the term you're looking for is SIMULTANEOUS DISARMAMENT :)

Athana said...

Thnx, radi, you're right. "Unilateral" is wrong, although I think "multilateral" is maybe best. I'm going to change this.

Paxton said...

Athana, I think you're very wrong about Christianity's treatment of women. In all my reading and listening to the Bible I've learned nothing but respect for 'em. (This is gleaned from the OT as well).

Of course, I have had the privilege of having pastors who cherish and honor their sisters in Christ. I never had one of those pastors who thought that because some leadership roles belong exclusively to men, women must be less good or valuable or important or able.

Morgaine said...

Paxton - you may well have developed that attitude by being around good hearted people who practice Christianity because they're raised to think that's what good people do. None of that respect comes from the OT. The first mercy shown to a woman is in the person of Jesus, and even his work was twisted against women once Paul got hold of it.

Paxton said...

The names that come to mind are Ruth, Esther, Abigail, Sarah, Rahab, and the women of one of the tribes (Benjamin, or Gibeah? Whichever one had the inheritance problem). Of course, you might not call all of those examples Mercy -- but I would =P I'd be interested to study that further, in my copious amounts of free time.

I may well have developed my attitude towards women by following God and reading his book myself. =)