And I now see what the reference is to. I was thinking, I still responded, of course, but I have more of a response now. This Olympia, Washington...this is from the atheists joining the Nativity scene and tree. An atheist group has unveiled an anti-religion placard in the state capitol joining a Christian Nativity scene and "holiday tree" on display during December. The atheist sign was installed Monday by Washington members of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a national group based, shockingly, in Madison, Wisconsin, the Berkeley of the Midwest. With a nod to the Winter Solstice, the year's shortest day occurring in late December, the placard reads in part, "there is only one natural world, religion is but myth and superstition that hardens hearts and enslaves minds."
Now this is a good example of how what a bad, bad representation these atheist activists do for their own movement. There is almost, I mean, it's disgusting that it hast to be put up, but whether or not it does, I won't debate the legality. I just want you to understand that whereas the message of the religious symbols are purely beautiful, both aesthetically and morally, the atheist message is just filled with propaganda and hate. Just know that. And it's...not all atheists are on the left, but these are, and it is typical of the left. It is far better at destroying than of constructing. It doesn't offer something beautiful except an imaginary beautiful future somewhere down the line. It doesn't offer an alternative to the Boy Scouts. It just knows how to destroy the Boy Scouts, the left. It doesn't offer an alternative to religion except its own religion, which is left wing politics. But there's no beauty.
Now if the atheists want to put up an atheist tree or an atheist symbol of the Winter Solstice, a beautiful picture of the shortest day of the year in some way, that's fine. But they have no beauty to offer. They just have contempt. That's it. Religion enslaves minds? It was the religious mind, in fact, that opened the mind to opposing slavery, just to use the word enslave as an example here. Religion enslaves minds?
The religious people put up something beautiful, whether it's a Nativity scene or it's a menorah, or whether it's a Christmas tree. It's something beautiful. It's all positive, it's all beautiful, whether you share its belief or not. The atheists have nothing beautiful to put up. What are they going to put up? A picture of nothing? After all, that's what they believe in, theologically anyway. There is nothing out there, so they should have a picture of nothing. But if they want to celebrate nature, fine. They should put up a beautiful picture of a solstice. I'm not kidding. But they're not interested in beauty. They're interested in destruction. They're angry. The angry should never run any movement. Not a healthy group of people, this, what is it? Freedom From Religion, yes, very important book. Yup, yup, yup.
And then of course there is this other story about the woman who wanted an impeach Bush decoration for the Christmas tree at the White House. I tell you, the left, they're really beautiful. Why didn't the right ever do these things? I don't get it. Because they're too busy living their lives. They don't...the meaning of their lives, by and large, doesn't derive from anger, from willing desire to destroy institutions.
But this one is amazing. I mean, if this is a giveaway about this Freedom From Religion group, that it has nothing to offer. The religions have a beautiful symbol, and all they have is anti-religion. But remember, the religious folks didn't put up anything anti-atheist, right? They didn't have a sign that said Stalin was an atheist, the greatest mass murderer in history. Excuse me, the two greatest, Stalin and Mao were atheists. Or that with the collapse of Christianity in Europe, we got Nazism and communism. They should do that now.