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Is religion destroying humanity?

Can government (for the people) reverse this dangerous and deadly trend?

Or will religion be the cause of the next global war?

Does religion have anything at all to do with spirituality?

Religion is superfluous to any society, and is one of the greatest causes of global wars and unrest. It no longer has anything to do with spirituality, but rather it is strictly in the business of people control.

A figment of the imagination

Global Indoctrination into Insanity

The Mass Insanity Factor

Is it truly futile to resist the mass insanity?

Most religious cult/church members believe it is futile, and that it is better to succumb to the beliefs of their religions than to take a chance that if they resist they will burn in hell for eternity.

Is religion itself the unstoppable, insurmountable "BORG" within our society?

If one is a 'true' believer they will argue that it is a force that cannot be stopped.

For those of you not familiar with the BORG - it is an unstoppable uni-cultural society and an unstoppable force in the futuristic world of the 'Star ship Enterprise' series.

It is a society that assimilates all that it encounters and in which there is NO longer any "individualism" left. The worlds they encounter are either totally assimilated or exterminated, if they are unable to assimilate them for any reason.

To boldly go where no man as dared go before

So, what does this all mean to us today? And what is the inevitable outcome of the consequences of blindly following anything or anyone without reason? Without rationality? Without individuality? Without freedom of thought? Without dignity? And definitely without logic?

Is it truly possible to overcome mass insanity, or mass hypnotic suggestiveness by those {evil} religious entities? We all live in a world where the 'followers' can not, or will not, accept that it is not what it professes to be, solely out of fear of reprisal from their religion, or their wrathful Gods.

This is a catch 22 position that humanity should never have been put into.

There are literally thousands of "religious" entities that think they are the 'true' religion. They fight each other for dominance, power, and control over others, without any regard for the damages they inflict onto each other. This is truly insanity incarnate on a massive scale.

The real fact is, that not one of them is the true possessor of celestial knowledge.

Explaining Mass Insanity

Assessing the religious fervor

I am only going to address the two major opposing factions that are currently dominating the stages of our world - the Muslims versus the Christians.

All other religions are privy to the guilt as well, and are included in the grand scheme of the destruction of humanity as we know it.

The spread {and the level} of mistrust, hatred, fear, guilt and intolerance is the exact same degree in all religions.

These are their basic essentials that they apparently deem necessary to sustain themselves in their quest for validity, superiority, and their very survival. They collectively are the 'great evil entity' in the world today. Yes, you read that correctly. Religions themselves are collectively that very 'evil' in the world that each of them profess to be fighting against.

Please note that the details of each religion is of NO relevance in this discussion of the fault that besets them all.

Which 'ritualistic' practice, or which 'messiah' is more important than the others, is of NO relevance at all. It is just a point of argument between them as a diversion to blind anyone from seeing their true motivations.

The "whole" concept of each religion and its grasp on the lives of individuals by their respective life draining tentacles that promote generational brainwashing for control with such persistent perpetuation over centuries, is the real crux of the problem.

This is mass insanity in its basest form !!

Doing God's work

With the current trend by both the Christian and Muslim coalitions in this world, attempting to suppress the opposing community, this rift is only being exaggerated and accelerated exponentially into the future.

What is being done by religions today, is NOT God's work.

And rightfully, suppression of any kind, should be directed to ALL religions equally.

Neither (or even of the sum of them all) are worthy of the control that they presently have over peoples' lives.

ALL of them should be subjected to control by governments around the globe. They should be treated as the 'businesses' that they truly are, and taxed accordingly.

This "free ride" that religions enjoy must end. Their influences over government policies must end immediately, and without any equivocation.

These evil empires are NOT in any position to judge each other; or their puppet individual followers whose lives they currently totally control.

One cannot pass judgement on another without accepting judgement from others as well.

The individual tunnel vision concepts are destroying the very fabric of our society, and causing dangerous polarizations.

Learning from the past

We have learned nothing from those witch hunting days of Salem, nor the past public fear and panic of the perceived threat of the rise of communism, the attempted annihilation of the Jews, or the undeserved power taken by the self serving wealthy and huge corporations. The underlying concepts are the same in all cases.

It is in direct response to programming the minds of the children (in all religions alike). Those children born with above average intelligence are the most susceptible to emotional conflict and damaged psyches than those of average intelligence.

Along with heightened awareness comes greater conflict between what is taught and what is logically deduced. Those of lesser intelligence simply follow the same paths as their parents, undaunted by any serious thoughts of their own volition.

People in power fear the children born with above average intelligence. They are less likely to conform, or fully adapt to subversity, or submission to, illegitimate authority that aims to pervert, or corrupt, by an undermining of morals, allegiances, or blind faith that detracts them from being able to perceive and accept the truths of this evil negativity.

Those crazy, fanatical religious (and political) zealots are most likely to come from the extremes of the average intelligence group.

A Paradoxical Shift

The paradox: a tenet (belief) contrary to received opinions. A profession of beliefs that is seemingly contradictory, or opposed, to common sense; and yet is perhaps true. Especially when the common belief is not scientifically provable.

We can only offer an alternative argument for a different reality that obviously derives self contradictory conclusions by valid deduction from acceptable premises (logic and common sense).

Is the global society ready for such a paradigm shift? Can it ever be possible to overcome the 'errors' of the past when the errors are on such a universal scale?

Is it even feasible to shed this malignancy in our society? Or have we reached our event horizon where there is NO turning back from the self destruction of these parasitic holds that religions have on our sanity, rationality, our salvation, and even our continued existence?

This paradox of viewing this religiously caused disharmony across the globe is contradictory to any type of common sense or logic. It must be reined in to diminish its influence on the entire global society.

Accepting the truth

If anyone chooses to continue to believe what they have been programmed to accept as their truths, they have that right to do so. What they do not have is the right to impose those negative belief systems on those of us who know better by logical deductive reasoning.

But most important of all, they should be totally denied any, and all, influences on political decisions that affect society as a whole.

Are we, who do not believe in the sanctimonious religious psycho babble; condemned to accept this religious influence as an unconditional and unswervable exercise of futilitarianism? (futilitarian - one who believes that human striving serves no useful purpose)-(as in the illogical perpetuation of religion into future societies)

As long as we continue to pursue, and be forced to accept, religion as our basic dogmatic foundation (something that is held as an established opinion without any valid or logical reasons), the unfortunate answer to this query is a resounding (and frightening) - yes.

God help us all, for man is incapable (or unwilling) (or too afraid) to help himself.

And as i have stated many times: there is no divine cavalry to ride over the mountain tops to save us all from ourselves.

by d.william 09/06/2011

The Intelligence Debate on the Evils of the Roman Catholic Church

Please note: This video applies to ALL religions alike. The narrator might seem obnoxious, but the message is profound

© 2011 d.william


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    • d.william profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      Thanks for reading and commenting. I was quite explicit in my article not to imply that this was about the evolution of man, but the evolution of religion itself.

      And your statement that advocates of science treat believers in God as ignorant and confused, is simply not valid. There is quite a difference between viewing organized religions as an unnecessary entity in our society and not believing in a Creator (or Creators) of what is present in the Universe, including the concepts of man. Although, there is more evidence that man has actually evolved from lower primates, than spontaneous creation by a deity, people can believe what they want, as long as they do not try to push these beliefs onto others who would sooner believe in science than fantasy and fairy tales.

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      7 years ago from Atlanta

      Please don't forget that beliefs in science and evolution are religions in their own right. Ardent advocates of science treat believers in God as ignorant and confused. Is it not just as ignorant to believe in an unprovable "theory" such as evolution? Zealots of science are just as dangerous and intolerant of opposing views; therefore their beliefs are their religion.

      I do agree that Christians and Muslims are way out of control these days. Anyone who believes they have the truth and they are in the right, becomes the deceived fool. This includes evolutionists.

      Regardless of belief, zealots are all dangerous, and those who want to force their beliefs on me are neither servants of God nor freedom loving. Each of us should be free to live within the constraints of reasonable natural law. The golden rule applies. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Is that the way of organized religion? Government? The scientific community? Rarely will you find a group true to the rule. If not for a few enlightened individuals, the whole world would be lost.

    • d.william profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      Thanks for reading and commenting. The direction that the right wing is heading for is to make Christianity the U.S. national religion in order to start mandating morality on the people.

      Exactly what Rome did when they adopted the Roman Catholic church as the official government religion. WE STILL HAVE LEARNED NOTHING FROM HISTORY. The sad part of that statement is that one has to actually know what our history is to learn from it. Most of those running for office apparently have never even opened a history book, never mind actually reading and understanding what is in it.

    • Credence2 profile image


      7 years ago from Florida (Space Coast)

      D. This is a nice piece, I have recently written a hub speaking about many of the things that you mention here. It is absurd that a God, any benovelent superior being would sanction people engaged in wholesale slaughter of one another claiming to represent his will. People continue not to think but to blindly follow without question. As I mentioned in my article, it is those on the political right that have this need to bind us all to the faiths declared by the Founding Fathers. When,in fact the faith they chose or chose not to has nothing to do with the Constitution prohibition against religious establishment in the public arena.

    • d.william profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Somewhere in the south


      Thanks for reading and commenting. Your comments are always welcomed and encouraging.

    • d.william profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      Thanks for reading and commenting.

      Please do not confuse organized religion with Spirituality. Organized religions serve no purpose in our society other than to create negative influences and control through fear, intolerance of others and unjustifiable guilt. I truly believe that the brainwashings of our children to indoctrinate them into these organized religions are nothing short of child abuse and should be addressed as such. Children do not have the capacity to digest all that crap that they learn about the fear of God, and those fairy tale stories they are led to believe as truths. The way children are indoctrinated into these mainstream religions is exactly the same thing as any other radical cult brainwashing techniques. They promote intolerance for diversity that only leads to judgementalism, fear, and hatred for anything or anyone that does not conform to their limited views of what humanity is all about.

      And i too, find peace and solace in my interactions with the Creator. I just do not need a middle man to connect with that universal force that is available to anyone who chooses be part of it. We are so conditioned to believe that God only speaks through organized religions, we are unable to see reality for what it really is. This 'teaching' the children is pure bunk, like all the rest of the crap they put into the heads of those children. And yes, i was brought up catholic with all that B.S. forced into my head. It has taken me years to deprogram all that foolishness from my brain. When you reach self actualization and a connection to the universal spirit, you realize that organized religions are truly an evil force in our society and needs to be reckoned with as nothing more that what they are.

      There has been no proven messiahs born on this planet. If you are of the christian faith, my only comment is to read your history about the political environment at the time of J.C. He was a mortal just like any other man or woman born on this planet. He was also a political rebel and quite spiritually advanced for his time. We are ALL sons (and daughters of God) and to exalt one human being is doing a disservice to the Creator of all things.

      Using the argument that religions do good in society, is only a partial truth. The good people who belong to these religions are the ones doing the good. Not the organizations who take your money, influence our politicians for their own ends, and frighten children into nightmares and guilt complexes.

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      7 years ago from California

      Always very interesting, I enjoy reading your hubs d. william because you do speak how you feel and it is refreshing. Impossible that we will all agree about things, especially concerning politics or religion. You present a well informed dialogue that challenges people to think for themselves. As I said - refreshing!

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      7 years ago

      All I can say is that you must have had some terrible experiences in the church in your past. I am not currently attending any church, mainly because of the criticism and judgment of church members, so I know where you're coming from, but we must take into perspective that each church is different as is each person who attends, or is a believer. I find great freedom in knowing the Lord, and feel that He loves each of us as we are, but also works in our lives to enable us to apply wisdom in our everyday lives.

    • d.william profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      Thanks for reading and commenting. It seems quite inevitable to me that there is no other outcome or solution without some kind of outside influence on these idiots to curb their negative impact on our society.

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      Thomas Silvia 

      7 years ago from Massachusetts

      A very interesting and Informative hub, loved the BORG bit, very clever. I to think we are headed into a Religious Wars and maybe some time soon, may God help us all .

    • d.william profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      Thank you for taking the time to visit, read and leave a comment. I certainly have never blamed God for any of the follies of mankind. But you are correct that Greed and the lust for power will ultimately destroy us. As long as these are the motivating factors for the controlling factions of any society, there will never be peace on this planet. Religions as we know them today serve no purpose other than spread more hatred, violence and intolerance. We need to move away from that kind of commercialization of God, and back to the basic and simple art of spiritualism as was the practice of the native American Indians. (Especially when they all sat around and smoked whatever was in those peace pipes). L.O.L. People do have free will, but they don't know how to exercise that freedom. It is much easier to let some charlatan posing as a preacher think for them.

    • d.william profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      Thanks for you comments. I find it rather strange that something so old still has such a gripping hold on the masses. Fear has a powerful adversarial hold on mankind and those that know how to exploit it have done so very effectively.

    • d.william profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      Thanks for reading and commenting. I am afraid you are correct about that stage already being set..

      Frightening prospect, but maybe to close to the truth for comfort.

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      Darrell Roberts 

      7 years ago from North Carolina

      Lust, Greed, Anger will destroy humanity. Religion means to re align. If humans found the ability to be content with food, water, air , shelter and controled thier egos then we could live in peace. Trying to blame religions created by humans or some God or Devil is a good way to pass the buck and not accept responsibility, this is if we have free will. If we do not have free will then pleace continue to blame God, He controls everything. :)

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      b. Malin 

      7 years ago

      Well your Hub was certainly a very Informative read D. Williams...A lot to think about and Explore...I found it useful as well. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and Information on Religion, a subject as old as time itself.

    • PETER LUMETTA profile image


      7 years ago from KENAI, ALAKSA

      A very logical assessment of organised religion in the world. It seems we are doomed by the lesser intelligence in the world. The next world war will be a religious war incited by the extremists on both sides. Islam vs. Chrisitianity, the stage has already been set and the players are awaiting their que's. The skirmishes have already begun in Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq, Somalia and the rest of the Muslim world with the US leading the modern "Crusaders". "God help us all" is an appropriate answer to this dilema. Peter


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