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Old 12-21-2011, 04:17 PM   #139
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Re: Us government's trick to violate civil liberties

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Originally Posted by almightywood View Post
Explain how the fuck I have to justify my beliefs to you in order for them to be valid?

Sounds like something along the lines of religious persecution to me.
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Everyone has to justify their beliefs if there's a reason to question them. Nobody gives a fuck about what color you like, but when you think that fairy farts and aerodynamics have the same validity, there's definitely some justification to be given.

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Since when was logic ever required as a matter of faith?
Faith is belief in something despite no evidence to prove it is so.
To say that I must produce logical proof of my beliefs in order to practice them is very close to religious persecution
Belief =/= faith. Only putrid theists would confuse the two. For example, I believe it'll be a cold day tomorrow where I live, but I'm rather faithless in all aspects.
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