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From the "evil" Iasius to the "righteous" Allonehhob

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Submitted by iasius (India), Nov 18, 2005 at 04:13

Thank you very much indeed for the compliment to my brilliance and intelligence, but I know flattery when I see it. If I were truly as brilliant and intelligent as you seem to (erroneously) think, I would have seen through the Pauline fraud many, many years ago!

At least for sincere intentions if nothing else, I and everyone else wishing to call a spade by its true name, are certainly much "bigger" than Mother Teresa and all the so-called Christian ‘saints' rolled into one! There, in your "hope", you are accurate. I can but try, therefore, to merely share perception and awareness of fraudulence, the worst of which is religious dishonesty. After all, you may lead a horse to the water, but can hardly make it drink, unless you can beguile it into imagining it is thirsty, Christian-style!

BTW, like everybody else, I am doing my ‘unmotivated' bit to help the less fortunate through more ways than you will even be able to imagine. Intellectual impairment, to my mind, is one of the greatest causes of human misery. ‘Willing' illogic is even worse. Unless more and more of us begin thinking in a manner that is in tune with the times and current levels of human development, all the physical and material problems the human race today faces will only be aggravated. Thousands of people like me on this and other fora are avidly trying to remove causes for this malady, don't you think? Our ‘service' to humanity is more fundamental and comprehensive, as it is everlasting and far-reaching, than all the motivated crocodile tears being shed by ‘Christian Love'!

As you say you were one of the "kids" that were "helped by Mother Teresa's missionary", I compliment you on your inborn excellent health and natural immunity: only those with iron constitutions are known to have survived the putrid conditions in Agnes' homes. But your fairy tale that "they have never preached religion to us" is even more fanciful than Paul's fable of the ‘world savior'!

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