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Warped sense of values.

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    Marx translated is: "religion is the opiate of the masses". I have no problem with passive religions because they offer hope. Active religions take advantage of the faith and hope of people for secular goals. I much rather have a large religion that provides heaven on earth for the evangelist while giving members hope. The secular leaders abuse human traits to violate human rights. They deserve to be eradicated.
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    Chet Ruminski Wrote: Marx translated is: "religion is the opiate of the masses". I have no problem with passive religions because they offer hope. Active religions take advantage of the faith and hope of people for secular goals. I much rather have a large religion that provides heaven on earth for the evangelist while giving members hope. The secular leaders abuse human traits to violate human rights. They deserve to be eradicated.
    Yes, "passive" should mean passive. People can believe whatever they believe, but it should never be a "controlling" substance in human lives, behavior and expression towards others as well be a part of governing. It should be an individual thing not indoctrinated/dictated by pulpit hypocrites to get power over the minds and destroying the "self thinking part of the brains" of people.
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    Here's an idea for you. Respect our laws. You don't get to be treated as a special group because you are the majority.

    I respect our citizen's right to freely practice their faith as much as I do denying any one religion the right to push their agenda in our public schools, or put their god on our currency, in our courthouses, or flags.

    I don't understand how this is so hard for people to fathom. It's pretty simple.