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relativism never works

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Submitted by susan (Italy), May 16, 2007 at 16:41

"Because, remember, Richard Pipes in his writings about the Soviet Union uses many words to point out the dangers of having a country (and a way of governing) that will have nothing to do with morals."

you can still be moral and not religious, but the problem is that there is a cult that is spreading via over-breeding, that's not moral at all.

If our "morality" means that we will be wiped out, I prefer to be un-moral

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