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The book, Soumission, characterizes why my dad doesnt trust Atheists.

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Submitted by Atle (United States), Jun 26, 2016 at 18:06

The book Soumission pretty much explains why my dad doesnt trust Atheists.

He views Atheism as an inherently spineless ideology that incapable of an ethical center.

He suspects Atheists as capable of embracing anything, no matter how evil.

Right or wrong, the character in Soumission demonstrates precisely how Atheism can descend into self-annihilation while simultaneously collaborating with Islamists that mass murder endless millions.

Soumission is like the British dystopian novel, 1984, except it ironically welcomes Islamist duckspeak.

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