To have faith in Pakistan is the moral and intellectual equivalent of having faith in the terrorist organization of ISIS creating a successful country. To identify as Pakistani is the moral and intellectual equivalent of self-identifying as a citizen of ISIS.
My third essay is dedicated to examining Ex-MNA from the lens of Secularism. This is the Third of the Five Lenses.
Note: My second essay is dedicated to examining Ex-MNA from my own personal experience. This is the Second of the Five Lenses.
Note: My first essay is dedicated to examining Ex-MNA's views from the standpoint of being an atheist. This is the First of the Five Lenses.
A lot has happened since my last update; an ongoing presidential election in the US with surprising upsets, the Delhi riots in India, my own discussions with Ex-Muslims of North America members on Twitter over their selective outrage, and so much more. I didn't want to make an angry retort as a blog post, so … Continue reading Update on my views regarding Ex-Muslims of North America (Ex-MNA)
Happy Death Day 1 and 2U Spoilers. So, on the off-chance that there is a Happy Death Day 3 film, I figured that I should give my own working theory on the plot of what I suspect was always intended to be a trilogy. With the release of 2U and its introduction to parallel worlds, … Continue reading Happy Death Day 3 Theory: Tree will be irreversibly murdered by a Babyface Carter
Jehovah's Witnesses higher-ups continue to use the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to successfully protect Child Predators in their ranks in US Courts
Even if I try to pay attention, it is just an endless ocean of melodrama submerging me in either feeling detached from all the negative news or just never having any real conversations on serious issues of importance. Whether Climate Change, Islam, Gun Control, or whatnot.
I've heard far too much about sympathy and reform to hold back my contempt at how fairy tales considered more important than the welfare of innocent children. I spend over 2 hours examining some of the Catholic Church's egregious offenses and give my opinions on the institution.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HruV04C5iF8 This is the blog post that launched the livestream debate between Harris and I. In case anyone wants the sources as I couldn't comment on the Livestream chat at the time, I think its because I didn't have a log-in but I can't be sure. Here are the Sources: Southern Poverty Law Center's Info … Continue reading My Wonderful Livestream debate with Harris Sultan
Comparing Ex-Muslim Anti-Theist Armin Navabi's explanation for the political situation of Kashmir with the Hindu Sham Sharma's explanation. #AtheistRepublic vs #ShamSharmaShow
This fairly short book has struck me with how John Stuart Mill absurdly contradicts himself every step of the way. Perhaps that sounds harsh, but I honestly expected more than what the contents provided given how lauded this philosophy is and how celebrated John Stuart Mill is in history. This work was suppose to be … Continue reading Utilitarianism by John Stuart Mill
Timeline of Abuse for Early 2000-2010s Discoveries Timeline of Abuse of 2018 Discoveries We Saw Nuns Kill Children: The Ghosts of St. Joseph’s Catholic Orphanage 'No more pain' victim wrote of Pa. priest sex abuse, as he and others took their own lives and ‘It happened everywhere’: The unimaginable scale of sexual abuse in Pennsylvania’s Catholic Church. … Continue reading A Short List of Catholic Church’s History of the Rape and Torture of Children
I’ll start with more lax critiques before going into major ones regarding history: Are contemporary Christian conversions working in India? It seems to be decreasing everywhere except China and South Africa, but perhaps all isn't what it seems? Christianity’s only claim to power is in privileged resources; do people not recognize how self-refuting that is? … Continue reading What is Christianity’s Legacy in India?
The tone-deaf photo-op at a Berlin Holocaust Memorial is one among many problems with the strategy and ideals of most Ex-Muslim Atheist personalities and Intellectual in the West.
I've written about how Faith in Doubt was a 4-year project and about why you shouldn't be daunted by the page count, so I'd like to go into more details for people who might still be on the fence despite such assurances and explain briefly what each section has to offer so I wanted to … Continue reading Why Should You Consider Reading Faith in Doubt: Do You Question Your Faith?