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Well I'm calling time on this, order Zithromax from United States pharmacy. Buy Zithromax Without Prescription, I've grown tired of Dawkins and his unholy crusade. Effects of Zithromax, I've been having misgivings for quite some time, but now I've had enough, generic Zithromax. Buy Zithromax without a prescription, Apart from anything else, I don't know what he's out crusading for, online Zithromax without a prescription. My Zithromax experience, This used to be about atheists not being discriminated against - a problem for more relevant in the god-fearing southern states of America than here in broken Britain. In England, Zithromax forum, at least (and I appreciate it's more complex in Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland), you can be pretty much anything from Atheist to Catholic to Jedi and rarely does anyone bat an eyelid. So what's Dawkins' problem, Buy Zithromax Without Prescription.

Is it merely the existence of religion which so gets his goat. I'm as versed as anyone in the atrocities carried out in the name of religions, but is Dawkins really so certain, so absolutely sure, that religion itself is the very root of these problems, rather than merely being itself a symptom of a deeper problem with humanity. If Dawkins really believes that atrocities like the Crusades, the Salem witch trials, the Holocaust, the 9/11 attacks or the abuse of children by figures of trust and authority couldn't possibly have happened without religion, where is his evidence for this. He does believe in the need for evidence, doesn't he. Buy Zithromax Without Prescription, I've argued with many people over many years who've tried to tell me that 'atheism is just as much a religion as Christianity or any other faith'. I've always tried to patiently point out the errant stupidity of this - that atheism has no core doctrine of faith; no unified hierarchy or organisational structure; no codified group of beliefs to which all atheists ascribe. The very idea of it is self-evidently oxymoronic.

And yet looking at Dawkins now, I see not a defender of rationality, not a beacon of light in an dangerous world of faith-based stupidity. I've begun to see a figurehead of a new and somewhat sinister religion. One which cares not at all about those genuinely positive things which have come from faith on a personal or global level, Buy Zithromax Without Prescription. One which isn't interested in introspection, or analysing the faults in the arguments on which it is based. One which is built on a foundation of hatred towards the members of all other religions, which is willing to persecute Catholics on the basis of atrocities they didn't commit, and which sees all of this as a battle between 'us', the enlightened forces of good, and 'them', the irredeemably evil ones. The enemy.

I don't know what that is, and I don't know what to call it, but I'm certain that it isn't the atheism I grew up with.

Star Wars seems to be about as close to a religion as the people I'm closest to have ever had, and strangely enough I feel like Star Wars has a lesson which can be applied here - Anakin Skywalker fell from grace because he began to hate, and to see others as his enemy. This sermon could end on no better note than with the words of Master Yoda - "fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate; hate, leads to suffering."

From where I'm sitting, Dawkins already seems to have lead us to hate. I dearly hope that's as far as his new crusaders go.

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