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May 08 2014

Why Are Many Nigerian Christians So Stupid? (Part 2)

Below is another stupid message from one of the many stupid Nigerian Christians who have made it their duty to force down their blue eyed blonde Jew saviour called Jesus, down my throat. I posted on my Facebook wall excerpts from my blogpost  ‘Because you are a decent person does not mean your religion is not harmful:My 24 hour ordeal with religion‘ and this person decided to respond by sharing the post on his wall and tagging me with the following response:

Ikechukwu Nwanze edited

Yemisi, History is all planned out. Everything is in stages. When God’s time came to move The Gospel around the world, He made Constantine, emperor of Rome, embrace and adopt Christianity. Then Europe went on exploration of foreign lands – Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, England, etc. The Gospel spread, although so did atrocities, pillaging, etc. God is in charge. He has planned out history. What would the world have been had Christianity not outlawed human sacrifice and all forms of idolatry. Yemisi would have been a helpless woman only good as pleasure object of some king, chief or egoistic male chauvinist. Thank God for Christianity, Yemisi. Jesus reigns!…

According to this ignoramus called Ikechukwu Nwanze, history is all planned out by God. God is in charge. Well going by his stupid belief of Ikechukwu and others who share his belief, enslavement of his black ancestors and the plundering of his ancestral land by European invaders were parts of Gods plan. It was all part of God’s plan to make the invaders spread the Gospel while committing atrocities and pillaging their way through other people’s lands. And going by the latest happenings in Nigeria, God made Boko Haram kidnap the missing 200 girls. It was all part of God’s master plan because God is always in control.

The stupid black Christian asked

What would the world have been had Christianity not outlawed human sacrifice and all forms of idolatry.

Obviously Ikechukwu Nwanze thinks that before the advent of Christianity, his forefathers were busy making human sacrifices and spent their life worshiping idols. This ignoramus believes that without Christianity, we will all be busy killing ourselves, living in trees and carving out idols to worship.  Oh, for how long can we continue to blame the thinking of brainless people like Ikechukwu Nwanze on colonialism? He obviously has failed somewhere along the line to switch on the brain that took billions of years to evolve. What a waste of space!

As Harriet Tubman said “I freed a thousand slaves, I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.552676_270004219765868_248722762_nSuch is the pathetic case of many black Christians. If only they would emancipate themselves from mental slavery.

What this brainless black Nigerian Christian is saying is that without Christianity, he would in this age, be making human sacrifices and worshiping idols. Well, I do know that there are laws criminalising the killing of another human being. It is part of our evolved legal system and this has nothing to do with Christianity. Before missionaries invaded Africa with their Christianity, there were and still are native laws criminalising murders. Why do brainwashed black people like Ikechukwu Nwanze think before the advent of Christianity, their forefathers were murderous people intent on sacrificing their fellow human beings to Idols? As Chris Rock rightly observed “A black Christian is like a black person with no memory

As per worshiping of idols, one thing that is sure is that the likes of Ikechukwu Nwanze still worship idols. Or what do they think the cross /crucifix they wear and pray to, is?

Dear Christian, your cross/crucifix is simply an idolatry carving of a semi-naked tortured man nailed to a cross. That you have replaced the carved idols worshiped by your forefathers with a wooden or golden cross does not change the fact that you are still idol worshipers.

Your Jesus is an idol.733855_10151287224441261_1129037980_n

Your crucifix is an idol figure.

Your rosary is an idol figure.

The symbolic eating of the flesh and blood of your precious Jesus Christ at mass is an idolatry practice.

Your cross is a symbol of execution, not of salvation.

Some of us do not need religion to tell us what is good or bad. Morals just like human beings predates religion, religion does not predate morals. As Albert Einstein said, “If people are good only because they fear punishment and hope for a reward, we are a sorry lot indeed”. And to quote Christopher Hitchens, “Human decency is not derived from religion, it precedes it.” 

I’d advice you get educated and grow a brain before throwing your religious rubbish at me. As Steven Weinberg said “Religion is an insult to human dignity. With or without it, you’d have good people doing good things and evil people doing bad things. But for good people to do bad things, it takes religion.”

Ikechukwu Nwanze went on to inform anyone that cares to listen that if not for Christianity

Yemisi would have been a helpless woman only good as pleasure object of some king, chief or egoistic male chauvinist

Actually if I were to be governed by your Christian doctrines, as a woman, I would be expected to never be heard in public, not contest an election and should be stoned to death if found not to be a virgin on my wedding day. Oh, what a lovely equality rights your Christian doctrines confer on women! I must say, thank God your bible is not my constitution!

You seem to have forgotten that the beloveths of your God in the bible were some egoistical male chauvinist kings, Solomon and David readily comes to mind. In fact your bible heroes are mostly male chauvinist pigs just like your God.  Like father like son, one would say.

Your God endorses slavery and discrimination still you want me to hold your God in high esteem. You really must be very stupid!  I wonder if you Christians read your bible after all, to most Christians, the bible is like a software licence, nobody actually reads it. They just scroll to the bottom and click “I agree”.

You really think your Christianity came to free me from the shackles of patriarchy? Hmm, your bible and Skydaddy says otherwise. Do you even read your bible at all? Now, let me quote some bible verses that illustrate just how well I would fare as a black person and a woman if your bible was federal constitution.

Leviticus 25:44-46 (New International Version)

44 Your male and female slaves are to come from the nations around you; from them you may buy slaves. 45 You may also buy some of the temporary residents living among you and members of their clans born in your country, and they will become your property. 46 You can bequeath them to your children as inherited property and can make them slaves for life, but you must not rule over your fellow Israelites ruthlessly.

 

1 Timothy 2:11-15 (New International Version)

11 A woman[a] should learn in quietness and full submission. 12 I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man;[b] she must be quiet. 13 For Adam was formed first, then Eve. 14 And Adam was not the one deceived; it was the woman who was deceived and became a sinner. 15 But women[c] will be saved through childbearing—if they continue in faith, love and holiness with propriety.

 

1 Corinthians 14:34-35 (King James Version)

34 Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law.

35 And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church.

Deuteronomy 22:20-21 (New International Version)

20 If, however, the charge is true and no proof of the young woman’s virginity can be found,21 she shall be brought to the door of her father’s house and there the men of her town shall stone her to death. She has done an outrageous thing in Israel by being promiscuous while still in her father’s house. You must purge the evil from among you.

This, dear deluded Christian, is what your bible preaches.

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However, Ikechukwi Nwanze still advised

Thank God for Christianity, Yemisi.

Yeah, thank God that a Skydaddy got bored 4,000 years ago and decided to create the universe in six days.

Thank God that this Skydaddy created the first human being whom he named Adam out of clay and created the first woman out of one of Adam’s ribs.

Thank God that this Skydaddy planted a tree of knowledge in the garden of Eden and asked that Adam and Eve should not eat from it as eating from it would, horrors of horrors, make them wise!

Thank God that this Skydaddy created a talking snake to tempt Eve to eat from the fruit of Knowledge.

Thank God that the omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient Skydaddy who according to Ikechukwu Nwanze, had history all planned out, surprisingly did not know that Adam and Eve would ignore his warning and eat from the fruit of life.

Thank God that this God got so angry that he cursed Eve and the whole of womankind with the pains of childbirth and cursed humankind with ‘Original Sin’.

Thank God that even after drowning the whole of planet earth, save for Noah and a pair of every living things in Noah’s ark, thousands of years later, this Skydaddy was still carrying this grudge and anger of betrayal that he still could not could find it in his heart to forgive humans for the ‘Original Sin’ committed allegedly by Adam and Eve.

Thank God that Skydaddy hatched a plan about two thousand years ago that would finally make him able to forgive humankind the ‘original sin’.

Thank God Skydaddy’s plan involved raping and impregnating the virgin fiancé of a carpenter named Joseph.

Thank God that Skydaddy’s plan was to give birth to himself and sacrifice himself on a cross so that he can finally forgive us of this original sin.

Thank God Skydaddy said to himself “I am going to create man and woman with original sin. Then I am going to impregnate a woman with myself as her child so that i can be born. Once alive, I will kill myself as a sacrifice to myself. To save you from the sin I originally condemned you to.”

This, dear deluded Christian, is Christianity explained.

So, before you asked me to thank God for Christianity, let me ask you, why your God couldn’t find it in his heart to forgive without raping, killing, pillaging and sacrificing himself to himself?  What is there to thank God for in such stupid, murderous, egoistic, sadistic and childish tale you call Christianity?

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Ikechukwu Nwanze screams “Jesus reigns!…”

Well, so you say. If Jesus is the reigning monarch, I guess we should blame him for everything that is wrong with this planet. Why bother to blame President Goodluck Jonathan for not finding the missing girls abducted by Boko Haram when clearly Jesus is the reigning ruler?

God is in control, you say. Surely we should put the blame squarely on Jesus, who according to your biblical script is also GOD. Well, tell this reigning Jesus to bring back our missing girls.

Tell your God whom you claim has history planned, that his plan for the abducted girls and the starving children in Africa sucks.

And don’t forget to ask your God why there is a gaping hole where your brain should have been.

 

Related post-  WHY ARE MANY NIGERIAN CHRISTIANS SO STUPID?

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    DaveXreally

    If this god plans include using the abduction, torture, and rape, of these girls as a means to some inscrutable end, he sure is doing a shitty job of the ‘justifies’ part.

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    wordsgood

    Yes, yes and yes! I never did understand why people think one religion is more accurate than another. Or why one or is the “true” moral path.

    Or, for that matter, how it’s not obvious that all are man-made constructs. Especially the ones that favour men over women. To me they are all a kind of absurd contract made to enforce, and excuse,* the most obscene behaviours.

    Strip away the patina on any old sciptures, and they really are nothing more than old books, scrolls and symbols. This coming from a woman that loves her paper books to what some might consider a unhealthy degree… ;)

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    Pen

    What would the world have been had Christianity not outlawed human sacrifice and all forms of idolatry.

    It’s an interesting form of ignorance because it ignores the fact that societies practicing human sacrifice had ‘reasons’. Just as Christians and members of some other religions had/have ‘reasons’ for putting vast numbers of heretics, dissenters and practitioners of harmless sexual activities to death.

    I don’t know why this isn’t also called human sacrifice. It’s killing people for your god, right? What’s the difference?

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    mig06

    What would the world have been had Christianity not outlawed human sacrifice and all forms of idolatry.

    Says the man defending a religion based on God’s sacrifice of his own son, and whose followers pray to sculptures and paintings of a thousand different saints, some of which sexual perverts, murderers, pedophile enablers, and liars.

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    Meggamat

    Even God’s respect for human will can be explain all man-made atrocities, by necessity his plan involved the Pompeii cataclysm, the Japanese Tsunami of 2004 and the Tunguska event. If god has a plan, then he is a bloody psychopath.

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    lesliegriffiths

    If history is all planned out, then what is the point of free will?

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    Carlos Cabanita

    I’m from Portugal, so my ancestors enslaved your ancestors. Or, in another way, possibly we have common ancestors because an unknown number of slaves mingled into the general population that forgot about it and now think of themselves as white. Collective guilt is wrong, but what I do is, when some of my fellow Portuguese wax patriotic about the Discoveries, I jump in with slavery and colonialism.
    About slavery, what I wanted to say is that no European power had, until maybe the 19th century, enough manpower to invade any part of Africa and seize large numbers of slaves. So, how did they accomplish that? Through corruption of the local powers. They bought the slaves. The slave trade in time brought down all the local political structures that existed all over Aftica, excepting the Muslim states in the north. And one of the main tools of corruption the Europeans used was Christianity and the missionaries.

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    Sidney Davis

    “Credo quiz absurdum” Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus, “the father of Latin Christianity” and “the founder of Western theology.

    Credo quia absurdum is a Latin phrase that means “I BELIEVE BECAUSE IT IS ABSURD.” It is a paraphrase of a statement in Tertullian’s work De Carne Christi, “prorsus credibile est, quia ineptum est”, which can be translated: “it is by all means to be believed, because it is absurd”.The context is a defence of the tenets of orthodox Christianity against docetism:

    Crucifixus est Dei Filius, non pudet, quia pudendum est;
    et mortuus est Dei Filius, prorsus credibile est, quia ineptum est;
    et sepultus resurrexit, certum est, quia impossibile.
    — (De Carne Christi V, 4)
    “The Son of God was crucified: there is no shame, because it is shameful.
    And the Son of God died: it is wholly credible, because it is unsuitable.
    And, buried, He rose again: it is certain, because impossible.”

    The phrase does not express the Catholic Faith, as explained by Pope Benedict XVI: “The Catholic Tradition, from the outset, rejected the so-called “fideism”, which is the desire to believe against reason. Credo quia absurdum (I believe because it is absurd) is not a formula that interprets the Catholic faith.”

    The phrase is thus sometimes associated with the doctrine of fideism, that is, “a system of philosophy or an attitude of mind, which, denying the power of unaided human reason to reach certitude, affirms that the fundamental act of human knowledge consists in an act of faith, and the supreme criterion of certitude is authority.”(Catholic Encyclopedia).[3] It has also been used, though often in different interpretations, by some existentialists.
    [Credo quia absurdum - Wiki]

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    Carlos Cabanita

    I’m from Portugal, so my ancestors enslaved your ancestors. Or, in another way, possibly we have common ancestors because an unknown number of slaves mingled into the general population that forgot about it and now think of themselves as white. Or even in another way, because sailors vere not averse to rape or to jump ship and ‘go native’. Collective guilt is wrong, but what I do is, when some of my fellow Portuguese wax patriotic about the Discoveries, I jump in about slavery and colonialism.
    About slavery, what I wanted to say is that no European power had, until maybe the 19th century, enough manpower to invade any part of Africa and seize large numbers of slaves. So, how did they accomplish that? Through corruption of the local powers. They bought the slaves. The slave tradeand it’s associated political corruption, in time brought down all the local political structures that existed all over Aftica, excepting the Muslim states in the north. And one of the main tools of corruption the Europeans used was Christianity and the missionaries. An excellent tool to make Africans forget their own history and lose their own conscience. And even thank slavers for slavery. Praise Jesus!

  10. 10
    Razzler

    I am amused.

  11. 11
    Carlos Cabanita

    Sorry fot the repeated comment.

  12. 12
    Sarah kiser

    As a christian I do believe in the resurrection. Jesus came to this earth and died for all YOUR sins. He truly loves each one of you that believe he is non existant . He loves each one of you that shout his name in vain . God didn’t do all the bad things you’re talking about but he did allow them to happen. You may not know that reason now or maybe ever but he had a reason for allowing bad things to happen. People choose to sin. Don’t blame it on God because from all your comments he doesn’t exist right?

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