Monthly Archives: November 2010

Open letter to Longstaff: Churches in NSW are a Squattocracy

Dear Simon,  I wish you well in the debate tomorrow and wish I could be there.   I have one thing I’d like to advance that I think is a key point of debate that I gravely fear is being … Continue reading

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A vision for humanity, and religious tolerance … in song

I can’t embed it, but it helped wash out the bad taste from thinking of people in Mexico being thrilled to host PZ Myers as a guest in their city …    Livin’ in a city of immigrantsI don’t need … Continue reading

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@PZMyers blocks me, then posts that Mexico is “weird” … my continuing plea for sanity

Well day two of my campaign to insist that a core value of liberal democracy is religious tolerance is making me a pariah.   Upon questioning the merits of celebrating the “enfant terrible” of the New Atheism as some kind of … Continue reading

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Should atheists celebrate PZ Myers?

This “State Religion VIC blog, has, among its readers a fair fraction of “Atheist Activists”, I know this from reading who’s following the twitter feed … and it is clear that their interest of living “free from religion” is served … Continue reading

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Australian Atheists, happy to give criticism, not so happy to get it. What will PZ think?

Well it seems that I’ve proven that I’m not an Atheist Activist! Which at this point might be useful for me to log here in case anyone should accuses me of being an “Atheist Activist”. Seems that if you have … Continue reading

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Australian Mint ignores our Christian Heritage, whose side are they on?

This is terrible, we are, according to Brigadier Jim Wallace, a “Christian Nation”, and the mint just goes off the narrative and produces a coin, that reproduces the Wedgwood, “Sydney Cove Medallion” and no one reminded them to put a … Continue reading

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On telling others what is and is not called for … my thoughts.

I’d like to put a few thoughts down out of respect for my many non-religious readers, who are from time to time, and often understandably frustrated when they are told to “tone it down”.   It wasn’t but a few weeks … Continue reading

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