The internet seems just about saturated by brave, sweaty, masturbatorial, neckbearded, soggy-biscuit-hobbyist, atheists these days. Led, as they are, by perennial first cums like Richard Dawkins and Ricky Gervais. I can only hope that there is a hell and Dawkins is made to fuck a beehive for all eternity. My imagination lacks the depth to be able to contrive a fitting punishment for Gervais for this photo alone.
If there is one decent reason to hope for the existence of an omnipotent god, then it is precisely so that it can pick up from where my limited human imagination fails me in this regard. I can only suggest that at least part of the punishment involves him having to spend time in the same room as himself from someone else’s perspective. Urg. And that he is gradually fed bits of himself as suppositories only so he can vomit himself out and the process begin again. That sort of is what Ricky Gervais is though isn’t it? God help me.
Anyway, came across this from Karl whilst going over Private Property and Communism from the 1844 manuscripts. Seems to get to the very crux of my problem with the pubescent atheist stench wafting from comment sections the internet over. Except, of course, when they let Alpha Pubes like Dawkins and Gervais spluge their particular brand of phobia above the line. Cum soaked keyboard atheism is abstract content determined negatively – against/mirroring US christianity – its only real purpose being to provide an endless supply of smug/smarm to whiteboys for them to brandish while they troll minorities. Go and fuck your fedora you massive bunch of cunts (_x_)
Karl Marx ever so slightly more precisely:
This material, immediately perceptible private property is the material perceptible expression of estranged human life. Its movement – production and consumption – is the perceptible revelation of the movement of all production until now, i.e., the realisation or the reality of man. Religion, family, state, law, morality, science, art, etc., are only particular modes of production, and fall under its general law. The positive transcendence of private property as the appropriation of human life, is therefore the positive transcendence of all estrangement – that is to say, the return of man from religion, family, state, etc., to his human, i.e., social, existence. Religious estrangement as such occurs only in the realm of consciousness, of man’s inner life, but economic estrangement is that of real life; its transcendence therefore embraces both aspects. It is evident that the initial stage of the movement amongst the various peoples depends on whether the true recognised life of the people manifests itself more in consciousness or in the external world – is more ideal or real. Communism begins from the outset (Owen) with atheism; but atheism is at first far from being communism; indeed, that atheism is still mostly an abstraction.
The philanthropy of atheism is therefore at first only philosophical, abstract philanthropy, and that of communism is at once real and directly bent on action.
But since for the socialist man the entire so-called history of the world is nothing but the creation of man through human labour, nothing but the emergence of nature for man, so he has the visible, irrefutable proof of his birth through himself, of his genesis. Since the real existence of man and nature has become evident in practice, through sense experience, because man has thus become evident for man as the being of nature, and nature for man as the being of man, the question about an alien being, about a being above nature and man – a question which implies the admission of the unreality of nature and of man – has become impossible in practice. Atheism, as the denial of this unreality, has no longer any meaning, for atheism is a negation of God, and postulates the existence of man through this negation; but socialism as socialism no longer stands in any need of such a mediation. It proceeds from the theoretically and practically sensuous consciousness of man and of nature as the essence. Socialism is man’s positive self-consciousness, no longer mediated through the abolition of religion, just as real life is man’s positive reality, no longer mediated through the abolition of private property, through communism. Communism is the position as the negation of the negation, and is hence the actual phase necessary for the next stage of historical development in the process of human emancipation and rehabilitation. Communism is the necessary form and the dynamic principle of the immediate future, but communism as such is not the goal of human development, the form of human society