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A sign, pointing out the folly of Faith, is most appropriate in a US State Capitol

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The atheist sign in the WA state capital.

An attack on religion?    It certainly is wordy.

The sign:

At this season of the winter solstice may reason prevail.

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There are no gods, no devils, no angels, no heaven or hell.

There is only our natural world

Religion is but myth and superstition that hardens our hearts and enslaves our minds.

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Having that sign near a creche is the most appropriate thing that a state office can do to promote critical thinking.

I heard some yelling from my tv or a youtube, Brillo Really?, he wasn't too pleased with the sign being near a manger or some such.  

"Please remove all "electioneering" beyond the perimeter, nothing to see here people... "

The state capitol of a US state is precisely the setting in which attacks on beliefs can and should be made.

It is a public setting, airing of public discussion with CIVIL discourse is promoted.

Critical Thinking Must Win.

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What are you doing about it O’Reilly?

 

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Concerned CITIZEN of the USA, Frish decided at age 8 (1963) that, since there were "starving children in China" he would never have children, as there obviously were too many! BA Archaeology, MBA Marketing, 15 years of new product development (more...)
 

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