- Roger wrote:
..."Religion is what the masses like to believe is reality"
Roger: Your demonstated refusal to address factual data qualifies your as a
very poor judge of what the masses believe about reality, much less religion
or UFO's. Again, you are offering speculation based on flawed data
selection and conclusions that didn't work when Karl Marx called religion
the opiate of the masses. The premise was full of holes when Marx presented
the thesis and is a proven failure now.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Roger Anderton" <R.J.Anderton@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2001 6:15 AM
Subject: Re: [UFOnet] Weird Science <off topic>
> UFOs sit within the bigger context of the Science - Religious Conflict
> has been going on for centuries.
> Religion is what the masses like to believe is reality, and where sits
> of their moral beliefs.
> Proper Science is about the truth. (Science as developed in the 'open' has
> been corrupted by various Religious groups trying to impose their faith
> The real reality is the world is 'messed up.' The masses do not like to be
> told the truth, which is usually unpleasant, so the masses are kept in the
> dark about what is really going on, so they can live in their delusions.
> Proper science demands that unpleasant things be done to combat certain
> problems, which is usually different to peoples' morals.
> Science and religion can go too far along their paths.
> Cheers Roger
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <richard.whitehead@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2001 10:50 PM
> Subject: Re: [UFOnet] Weird Science <off topic>
> > I don't see that the post has anything to do with UFOs,
> > but since it made the list it deserves at least a
> > partial reply.
> > The pompous religiosity is amusing. The basis for the
> > Nazi's actions is not at all secret. Hitler was a life-
> > long Roman Catholic who also greatly admired Martin
> > Luther (a rabid anti-semite if ever there was one).
> > Hitler's views and the subsequent Holocaust arose from
> > his (one assumes, at least slightly exaggerated)
> > interpretation of those texts you so admire. RC and
> > Lutheranism are the two main churches in Germany, and
> > served to prepare the ground for his followers, too.
> > I would recommend a dose of secular humanism, in order
> > to develop a sense of morality that wasn't designed for
> > goat-herds 3000 years ago.
> > >
> > >
> > > It seems the only science that counts is weird science. It's
> interesting. The
> > > Nazis, using only radio and newspapers, were able to convince an
> > > nation that medical experimentation on the untermenschen
> > > Jews and Gypsies) was noble and honorable. To this day, how that could
> > > in the most cultured country in Europe at the time baffles historians.
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- 'Hi Roger,
This makes sense, this is exactly what is happening. People don't want to
And the world is messed up big time.
Here you are so right.
Religion is like a drug to the people, so they can say : I kill in name of
All crazy people. And science is going too far, I agree on that one. Ask
yourself how many people know the truth about how far they are already with
their experiments and so on.
Friendly greetings, Banshee