Monday, September 20, 2010

Godwin's Pope

Following on from the Pope's remarks about Nazi's being guided by atheism (and therefore by the power of Greyskull (aka. wish-thinking) Atheists are obviously very bad people) I came across these little ditties written by actual Nazi's describing the kinds of books that were "verboten" at their little party; it's interesting because they are the opposite to what you would expect if the Pope were in any way, shape or form right.

"Writings of a philosophical and social nature whose content deals with the false scientific enlightenment of primitive Darwinism and Monism (Häckel)."

"All writings that ridicule, belittle or besmirch the Christian religion and its institution, faith in God, or other things that are holy to the healthy sentiments of the Volk."

So Darwin is out and criticism of anything to do with religion is also off the list; so Dawkins "The God Delusion" would have been straight onto the pyre but all those Christian flea's writing books like "the Dawkins Delusion" and "The Confutation of Dawkins" would have been saved from the shower blocks, how ironic! As we can see the Pope seems to have been puffing invisible smoke out of his chimney on this; perhaps the perfect illustration of an "extremist Christian" attempting to build an "extremist Atheist" out of straw for his stultified pack to savage.

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