There’s no single group of people that has the market cornered on all that is “good” or “righteous.” Religious people either never got the memo or did and decided to wipe their asses with it (at least most of them anyway). This may sound like a sweeping generalization and I don’t deny that it is. Regardless, it has held true consistently throughout the understanding culture years of my Qu’ran so my wisdom feeds my understanding. Religion is so pervasive in this wilderness that people just assume it to be the way that one deals with God. I can’t count how many times I’ve had someone say things such as “you must be a God fearing man” or “you sound like a man of God.” My natural inclination is to tell them that I AM GOD, I don’t fear self, and I can’t “sound” as if I’m of myself. Even though they don’t always mean harm that shit gets annoying sometimes. To make matters worse, they have the nerve to act like you’re crazy or radical because you don’t believe the stupid shit that they take on face value even though the Sun of Man has searched for trillions of years and was unable to find a mystery God.
Don’t get it twisted, if you’re a muslim in America, especially of Arab descent, a good number of Christians, especially white ones, don’t fuck wit’ you like that and think you are somehow linked to a terrorist cell. If you think I’m bullshittin’ do the knowledge to the uproar in Now Why over the Islamic cultural center they’re strivin’ to build near Ground Zero. The devils are havin’ a fit talkin’ about the wound from 9/11 being too sore for such an initiative. I’m sure it is but the Islamic world shouldn’t be the object of their outrage. They should be mad at the savage ass government that staged that shit as an excuse to get us into war and make billions. The misconceptions surrounding this situation abound and it’s dripping wet with religious discrimination and outright idiodicy. First of all, Christians are not the saints that they proclaim to be and there’s been lakes and rivers of blood spilled in the name of my righteous brother Jesus. Secondly, Islam is not and cannot be defined by a couple of extremists willing to take lives in the name of Allah. Just about every president that we’ve ever had has been “so-called” god fearing while getting their hands dirty in the filthy affairs of government. Thirdly, the reason why most whites won’t bear witness to these truths is that they can’t bring themselves to believe that the 10% whites give so little of a fuck about them that they would let planes fly into the towers killing thousands of their own. I don’t know why this is such a shock when the same people are willing to send their sons and daughters on multiple tours of military duty to risk their lives without even knowing what the fuck they’re fighting for. Religion in America is a tool that is used to keep people blind to themselves so they can be mastered. In essence, many adherents practice it because they’re savages in the pursuit of hapiness in the form of everlasting life and a place in heaven. It’s philosphical capitalism. The mystery God is the CEO of Heaven or Hell Incorporated and the 85% are the entry level workers. Those who desire to climb the ladder to a VIP spot behind the “pearly gates” will donate money to the church, sing in the choir, cook for pastor or whatever they feel they need to do to get to the head of the heaven line. Those who don’t give a fuck effortlessly reserve spots in the hell of this mystical worldview. There’s no science or mathematics to be found amongst these people. The “heaven heads” really think their shit don’t stink. I smell it a mile away.
I come from a family of religious people. My grandad’s people live in the church and always have. They also treated us like we were different because we weren’t regulars. My brother and I always could pick up on that shit. The bottom line is no matter how much of that smooth church shit people talk that can’t keep them in a fine mist around me. I can melt that shit down and make that ass nervous just by standin’ firm on my square. Even still I’m not antagonistic because that’s not my current of air. I just don’t like believers assuming that I’m a believer just because they are and that goes for believers of any sort. Every religion operates as if it’s doctrine is the standard in terms of the way people should live their lives and ethically operate. The common thread between them all is varying degrees of fanaticism. Were this not the case then they would be able to take the best parts of each ideology, leave the poor parts, and advocate one common cause. That’ll never happen because the pride and traditions attached to every religion are what makes their practitioners view theirs to be superior to all others.