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Oppression by religion

19 March 2013, 13:01
The constitution clearly states that everyone has a right to freedom of thought and religion. In our country we our national anthem includes God in it which is unfair to the people who may not be religious.This is an urgent matter that must be looked at.
The parliament also has religious groups in it and i fail to understand why there is such.

Truth be told, there is no verifiable evidence for the existence of a God and I fail to understand why our assumes there is such. Its unfair and very much unreasonable to put beliefs in government since such beliefs are very much subjective and they cannot be backed up with evidence.

There is are now concerns of satanism in our society but such concerns cannot be taken seriously since they cannot be proven to be true except that people believe them to be that.The main issue here is to teach out kids and society in general not accept claims by any person without verifiable evidence.

The issue of satanism comes from the sensationalism of Illuminati which has spread over the social websites.There are claims that people who belong to the Illuminati group drink blood and are filthy rich.This is obviously a myth since it has not been proven with evidence that drinking blood does make you rich.

Lets all take responsibility and teach our kids that supernatural powers are not real.No one has ever provided verifiable evidence for such beings and they should not be treated differently from Santa clause or some other unreal superbeings.
Wake up South Africa
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