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Posted: January 11, 2013 in atheism, belief, bullying, honesty, intellectual, rosarubicondior, theism

I’m sorry I never got back to you sooner. You’re right in many respects that Atheism is a belief system, after all it defines itself by being in opposition to Theism. That is to say, ironically, Atheism couldn’t exist without the idea that there may be some forms of higher beings, namely God! It’s similar to the idea of death, which would be absurd without the presence of conscious, self-aware life.

Thanks for your feedback, Disabled Buddhist. I wish you all the best. And as Dave Allen used to say: may your god go with you…

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Note: This was a response generated from a short Twitter conversation with Rosa Rubiconido. Her blog can be found at . A few changes have been made and will probably continue to be made as my thoughts progress.

Hello, I had a conversation with you on Twitter that never finished, I suppose because Twitter is a difficult platform to have a discussion about Twitter.

I formed the opinion that Atheism is a religion and you asked for proof. Well, here is my opinion about atheism as a religion, other opinions about Atheism in general, some info about myself and some advice from me:

– Atheists have a shared set of beliefs (a belief that there are no Gods/Goddesses)

– Atheists typically read popular works about Atheism, mainly western philosophical works about Atheism, some published recently, some much older (comparable to Bible and Buddhist scriptures).

– Atheists try to “convert” people…

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Hi everyone

I think everyone may be misled by my hardcore Twitter exterior. I have to tough it out day-by-day to explain how stupid the very stupid fundamentalists are. And they are very stupid.

Believe me, I have a softer side. In truth, I love people. People are good. Good people are even gooder. And the goodest people are even those that I misunderstand via my own keenness to thwack down stupidity.

Only recently has it been suggested to me through the nature of the ineffable that we cannot understand or comprehend all that has been placed before us. Even disbelief in god(s) can be seen to be satanic. I like Satan. His darkness makes sense. Satan is the true leader and I go forward in truth.

It is to HHim that I kneel.

OK I hope that clears it all up.

With loving regards



P.S. I keep my personal life private because I wish to remain private. Rosa Rubicondior is of course a pretend name because I know my extreme beliefs will generate questionable criticism. I am not a coward. If you think I am a coward, please tweet me @rosarubicondior and I shall explain how I am not a coward to keep my public nature so private, despite my highly popular and profitable blog on Blogger. I make a good couple of thousand of quids a month based on stupid people engaging with my so-called reasoning. It’s brilliant. People who engage with me don’t even think to suggest that the idea of something being ineffable is a great logician’s counter-argument to logic. Genius. I am a genius and I hate religious people. When religious people die, they cease to exist and goods riddance. I am pleased consciousness does not exist beyond death. Death is a blessing to these idiots who believe in a god. But I need them to keep making money on my blog on Blogger. How ironic. Hahaha.

P.P.S. I’m obviously not a data analyst at the NHS. Believe that and you’re even more stupid than to believe in a god.

P.P.P.S. And even if I was a data analyst at the NHS, I’m not prepared to prove it, because I am afraid. It’s true, I am afraid of you all. I am a coward. Oh Lord, please forgive me.