It's normal to be antitheist/antireligious like christopher hitchens

Think about how normal it would be if Christopher Hitchens was our role model. I now hate religion as I hated it years ago, because it's telling me what to do and I get too much telling me what to do. Induction and rational arguments are what's the key to replacing religion, I'm spiritual, not religious anymore, but yeah OK like Christopher Hitchens I reject vindictive (all) religions, in having a boss I have been for years a GermanenOrden, the anti-Semitism of Theodor Fritsch, and care for my soul/spirit in three ways: GermanenOrden, meditation, and bring soul/body/spirit back into focus, it's how intelligent you are that you a wise man is spiritual, but not an anti-religious atheist, when they say eliminate all religions in wisdom, they don't mean be secular or anti-religious about it. However my wisdom tells me to drink Scotch and have a cigarette, but also to believe in a philosophy of happiness, which, apart from riches, honour, health, and friendship, is gained for its own sake, but riches, health, and honours aren't gained only for their own sake, but to make you happy. Christopher Hitchens as he said he didn't want to be happy, but satisfied. However it's normal to pursue antireligiousness and disgust over religion and adopt moral values because Christopher Hitchens does. The difference being that he's against theism, I'm opposed to God.

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  • Christopher Hitchens must be spinning in his grave to find himself associated with your nutty confused ideas.

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    • From Leo on actualized.org on YouTube I learned to be my authentic self, therefore nothing is going to change, I'm staying the same, also I tweaked my morality into the standard of bioethics, egoism, and pleasure whether mild, moderate or strong. As for nutty, the wise are spiritual, not religious (and not nutty), and furthermore I choose rules I want to follow, I choose to do what I want, against any religions because they poison everything, vegetarianism is restrictive, therefore I choose to be an ovi-pollo-pescetarian (a vegetarian that eats no meat except for sheep, chicken, and fish & seafood).

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  • How nice of you to let us all know your latest whacko obsessions, Hans.

    Historically, the Germanenorden was given the cover-name of Thule-Gesellschaft (Thule Society), which then transformed into the Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (DAP), which was in turn transformed by Adolf Hitler into the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP, aka Nazi Party).

    I can see how it's nice for you to be able to put a title on your philosophy that doesn't have quite the same historical weight as the common name for your beliefs.

    As for Fritsch, even Nietzsche thought his world-view was an insane, incoherent mess, so I can see why it would appeal to you.

    Good luck on your voyage down the slimy rabbit-hole of antisemitism and delusions about a mythological Aryan master-race.

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    • Yes that being the case, I'm a proud German believe it or not, I even have the German flag (and Adelaide flag, French flag, Scottish flag, and Welsh flag lapel pins) lapel pin pinned on my tweed jacket along with my other lapel pins including fleur-de-lis, a crown and the scarlet A meaning atheist. I'm also a nontheist and an anticlerical. Having rules I don't like for the last time, apart from GermanenOrden it's up to me what I do, I can pour a glass of Scotch with sparkling mineral water if I want, or smoke a fine cigarette with it, or I can write antitheist extremism in my works. I only have one path in life and I'm sticking to it: extremism, and certain of my beliefs are extremist, I took up a perfectionism that's all about duties but it's easier said than done because I have to perfect all my errors/make no mistakes, which is much easier if I was an ultraperfectionist. I give up on any tweaks and improvements on my life, I give up trying to know anything, all because I don't know what I want I'll try this for a year and see if I'll stay that way.

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  • Whatever happened to your love affair with the Amish, Hans?

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    • It's gone! Christianity is nothing more than a creepy religion of its founder being foolish enough to suffer so much and no, I don't call it wisdom, I call it a raving fool!

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