[pp.int.general] Pirate parties and religion (dogmatism)
thijs.markus at piratenpartij.nl
Fri Apr 5 21:37:48 CEST 2013
Spring rituals involving eggs have more to do with the nesting
behaviour of birds than with religious dogmatism. Spring rituals
pre-date the gods and will probably exist long after the gods are gone -
we are to an extend animals that feel invigorated by the onset of warmer
weather and milder downpour, trees blossoming, and animals coming out of
hibernation. As the world springs back to life after winter, so does the
human spirit, and that will call for a celebration regardless of the
presently prevailing religious insanities. And eggs are tied to this
season. In fact, it is you who follows religious dogmatism by
attributing these symbols to the christian savages.
Aleksandar Blagojevic schreef op 05.04.2013 21:03:
> On 04/04/2013 06:19 PM, Nicolás Reynolds wrote:
>> Aleksandar Blagojevic <piratska.partija.srbije at gmail.com> writes:
>>> Am I the only one who is sick of dogmatism election propaganda
>>> some Pirate parties?
>>> Better way to handle any religious date/event/"value" is to just
>>> it. FFS <http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ffs>, we
>>> live in
>>> 21st century and our lives are irreversibly dependent on "heretic"
>>> knowledge such is electric current, quantum physics, Internet,
>>> Using religion (and religious values) to achieve any political
>>> goal is
>>> dangerous, irresponsible and, as we all know, can be very
>>> Imagine the shame when future generations look back and see what
>>> "pirates" did in order to compensate their weak mental capacity
>>> Not good.
>> any example? at pp.ar we've discussed promoting apostasy but we
>> reach consensus for that, though we agreed on promoting laicism.
> This big thread is Pirate Party Croatia stance on this year's
> catholic Easter:
> https://www.facebook.com/pirati.hr/posts/495491173831886 
> I see their stance trough this act: I was banned because of
> commenting the Easter post with "Christian Pirate Party" written with
> serbo-croatian slang, (that comment was immediately removed). Other
> people commented also, but pphr repetitively lacks with sane
> In my opinion, good thing to do is of course oppose any form of
> dogmatism and/or, in this case, to condemn this religious-political
> Another example, not that much in focus like PPHR and their local/EU
> election run.
>  (Kalózpárt's photos · Kalózpárt's Page)
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