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Why Am I an Atheist
September 12th, 2007 posted by pcs under Opinion. [ Comments: 26 ]

by Poch Suzara

Just like priests, bishops, cardinals, popes, and indeed theologians are all born atheist, I too was born atheist. Yes, my dear reader, you are born an atheist too. If you are unable to see this piece of truth, please do not blame me; blame instead your blind faith. No baby has a religion. No baby has faith in God. No baby comes out of mother’s womb a Catholic, or a Muslim, or a Jew, or a Buddhist, or a Hindu. We are all born free and then indoctrinated. In my case, my parents and grandparents were reminded of eternal punishment in hell if they did not have me, as a child, baptized a Catholic. I ask: where was then my so-called free will to have chosen the kind of religion I should have wished to embrace for myself? At age 18, after having been expelled out of high-school for asking far too many religious questions, I began to extricate myself up and gradually out of Christian values and beliefs by entertaining the case against God - atheism. The question, “Who made me? cannot be answered, since it immediately suggests the further question, Who made God? If, however, evidences were discovered that as a matter of fact a Goddess made God, I will immediately drop my atheism down the tube.

We all live like parasites on a speck of dust in an infinity of worlds. One million planets the size of earth can fit inside the sun. But 500 of our suns can be swallowed up in one small gulp by a bigger star called “Betelgeuse.” If it were true that a God created man in his own image and likeness, then God must be a microscopic perfection himself but lost in self-admiration. In the meantime, if God created everything, including space and time, where was God located before he created space, and when was it before he created time?

As a devout atheist, I believe that the conquest of fear is the beginning of wisdom, as in the search for the truth, and as in the works needed for the good life, - especially the one inspired by love and guided by knowledge. No doubt, in the end, death will conquer us all; but if we must die, let us die sober, and not drunk with religious lies.

In the meantime, as an atheist, it is my duty to declare that:

Atheists are not objects to hate, but people like you to love. The question is not what, but who are the atheists?

Atheists accept that heaven is something for which we should work on now – here on earth – for all of mankind to enjoy.

Atheist accept that we can get no help through prayer but that we must find within ourselves the inner conviction and strength to meet life, to understand the world rationally, and to enjoy it peacefully.

Atheists accept that only in knowledge of one’s self can we live the life of understanding and fulfillment. Therefore we seek to know fellow-human beings rather than to know supernatural beings.

Atheists know that a hospital should be built instead churches and cathedrals.

Atheists know that a deed must be done instead of prayer said.

Atheists strive for involvement in life and not escape into death. We want diseases conquered, poverty defeated, and war eliminated. We want humankind to love and understand mankind. We want an ethical way of life. We accept that we cannot rely on a god nor channel action into prayer or wish for an end of our troubles in the hereafter. Atheists accept that we are – in a great sense – our brother’s keepers in that we are first, keepers of our own lives; that we are responsible people, and that the job is here and the time is now.

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Science and Religion and Atheism
September 10th, 2007 posted by pcs under Opinion. [ Comments: 1 ]

By Poch Suzara

Ambrose Bierce defined religion as “The Daughter of Hope and Fear, explaining to Ignorance the nature of the unknowable.” Religion attempts to explain the unknown and the unknowable in terms of the more unknown, thus wallowing in the pit of an informal fallacy of logic which logicians call the fallacy of the unknown by means of the more unknown. In this connection, the theologians, at most times, never know exactly what they are talking about.

The findings of religion are based not on reason, but on faith. Can reason and faith compliment each other? How? Faith has no power to explain reason; yet, reason has the power to explain faith. What faith is to deadly paralysis, reason is to lively analysis. In pursuit of knowledge, there is no need for faith; the power of reason is more than enough.

Science is reliable. It explains the unknown in terms of the known and the knowable. When Benjamin Franklin explained lightning in terms of electricity, the faithful believers rejected his findings insisting that lightning is God’s punishment of sin. It’s sad, however, to imagine the creator of the universe enjoying the sight of his beloved creatures being punished and writhing in pain for offenses against his supernatural creative power.

When the scientific method led to the invention of the lightning rod, the faithful believers denounced it as blasphemy as this device, they intone, obstructed the will of God. Obviously, the faithful believers can never increase the sum of human knowledge. Only real science can do that and science could never have been born if unbelievers did not rise to challenge the traditional wisdom. There is no such as the absolute and unchanging truth in science even though the main business of science is finding the truth. Meantime, the passion to doubt is vital in the scientific process. Genuine scientists see to it that the frontiers of knowledge are always open; never closed. Indeed, scientists see to it that the mind moves not on hinges, but on wheels.

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Code of Living for Atheists
September 10th, 2007 posted by pcs under Opinion. [ Comments: none ]

CODE OF LIVING FOR ATHEISTS dedicated to, as inspired by, the writings of Dr. Jose Rizal by: Poch Suzara, Atheist

1. Keep the body strong that the most efficient work may be done, the greatest happiness obtained during life and a wholesome inheritance passed on to future generations.

2. Cultivate the mind, learning as many important facts as possible, striving to become expert in some particular field of endeavor.

3. Develop a scientific spirit, the essential characteristic of which is the search for truth in the light of evidence and reason. Do not deceive yourself or others.

4. Base your spiritual concepts on the basis of questioning everything. Be prepared to change your philosophy to conform to the consensus of scientific knowledge.

5. Conduct all human relationships in a spirit of tolerance and love, having proper consideration for others, not presuming to control or to dominate their lives.

6. Treat the opposite sex honorably, respecting their complementary qualities, with due regard for succeeding generations.

7. Endeavor to embody in the laws of the community the spirit of equity, sanity, and human decency.

8. Strive for an economic system under which each individual shall be rewarded according to his or her value to society.

9. Avoid the use of physical force for personal revenge or national aggrandizement, having learned from experience that reason triumphs while brutality degrades.

10. Hold yourself in readiness to accept new findings, new revelations, and new knowledge as a self-correcting enterprise.

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Purpose Driven Life
September 7th, 2007 posted by pcs under Opinion. [ Comments: 2 ]

To: Rick Warren, author, Purpose Driven Life

From: Poch Suzara, Chairman, BRS, Philippines
Subject: Purpose Driven Life
Date: 3/24/2007

Pastor Rick Warren writes: “Long before you were conceived by your parents, you were conceived in the mind of God.”

Imagine a Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, Truman, Chiang Kai-Shek, Emperor Hirohito, Noriega of Panama, Batista of Cuba, Somoza of Nicaragua, Diem of South Vietman, Shah of Iran, Saddam Hussein, Bin Laden, Eisenhower, Nixon, Johnson, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Tony Blair, Marcos of the Philippines. Imagine the leaders of other countries too created not only in the mind of God but also installed by the US government to serve the interest of the God-fearing US military that serves the interest of the rich munition makers of America.

Since the time of Jesus, hundreds of billions people already lived and died on this earth. Among them were the Christians, the Jews, and the Muslims. They lived hating and died cutting each other’s throats in God’s name and for His glory in heaven.

For my part, I find it incredible to believe that the children of the Christians, the children of the Jews, and the children of the Muslims were once all conceived in the mind of God.

If I were present with the Lord when he made man, I would have said, Lord, make the Christians, make the Jews, and make the Muslims; but Lord, if you want peace on earth and goodwill to all men, please do not make these men in your own image and likeness!

To Pastor Rick Warren, the author of PURPPOSE DRIVEN LIFE, a best seller, I should wish to congratulate you. Also, I should wish to convey to all of your faithful readers: It is good to be Born-Again. But it is better to grow up!

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Thoughts to Provoke Your Thoughts on Rizal
September 3rd, 2007 posted by pcs under Opinion. [ Comments: 2 ]

This piece is dedicated to our teachers and professors in charge to carry out Republic 1425, better known as the Rizal Law. It prescribes the teachings of Rizal’s life, works, and writings in our schools, colleges, and universities. May the youth of our land learn more to understand and appreciate this rare and great Filipino who lived with science, the scientific way of thinking, and technology. He was executed due to, if not because of, - the power of prayer and theology.

RP-Rizal Forum

By Poch Suzara

The main purpose of this forum has been to invite Rizal admirers to discuss the hero’s life, works, and writings. However, to learn from him not as a great man of historical creativity, intellectual activity, and especially science and philosophy; but to learn, only and sadly, something like whether Rizal was Chinese, Filipino, or Spaniard; or that if he had sired Hitler; or that Rizal was more of a catholic than he was a man of ideas, reason and logic. Indeed, to help spread more lies, myths, and childish misconceptions, if not outright distortions wrapped around him by the religious morons – the enemies of Rizal. The same evil today still pretty much in authority over the lives of millions of Filipinos. The same evil in this country promoting nothing but more of the same old biblical gimcrackery, if not ancient sacerdotal mediocrity.

Rizal wrote: “We have noticed that the countries which believe most in miracles are the laziest, just as spoiled children are the most ill-mannered. Whether they believe in miracles to palliate their laziness or they are lazy because they believe in miracles, we cannot say; but the fact is the Filipinos were much less lazy before the word miracle was introduced into their language.”

Today, however, thanks to the priorities of this Rp-Rizal forum – we still have nothing going for us as a nation except to wait for a miracle – especially the miracle as promised in the “New Testament.” Or, the miracle as promised by our stupid politicians - the one better known as “foreign investment.” In the meantime, other Asian countries have be growing and maturing and developing: they have been substantiating what Rizal had been saying more than a century ago: invest time and energy in education and enlightenment via science, the scientific way of thinking, and technology.

Thus far, Rizal is characterized not as an innovative thinker, scientific doubter, truth seeker, or a man of vision – a great man who tried to put intelligent beauty into this country where stupid religion has only been generating economic perversity, political stupidity and, social insanity. On this forum Rizal continues to be represented not as a thinker of great impact, or as a writer on the side of common human decency; but only as a hero killed by his enemies but that Rizal’s enemies must remain our true and faithful friends. After all, Rizal’s enemies introduce to us the concept of faith in Jesus – the Savior of the world. Hell, we Filipinos do not suffer from a social cancer. We are the victims of a religious cancer. Our blind faith sees to it that we never see it. We are proud to be college educated Christians. Who amongst us can, instead, proudly say that we are college educated Rizalians?

We, the freethinkers, humanists, and heretics on this forum have had no recourse but to keep reviving, resuscitating, nay, exhuming Rizal out the cemetery to present him as one of us – alive and kicking - men of active intelligence gifted with lively analysis to assume on our shoulders what Rizal can no longer do: to continue with courage his hard struggles against the cancer called religion. The same religious disease today that’s keeping the Filipino spiritually twisted as a people and morally distorted as a nation.

Look how in this 21st century, Filipinos continue to kill fellow-Filipinos. Why not? Our schools, colleges, and universities continue to teach that love of country is not that lasting; or, love of fellow-citizens is not that lasting. But that there is a better world to come after death with Jesus in heaven that will be far more everlasting. What a crock of sacred lies to keep the Philippines rudderless and aimless as a nation!

Forget the Knights of Rizal. They too continue to keep the true Rizal ungraspable, if not unreachable to everyone. They have proven themselves more at home with the writings of Moses than they should be promoting the writings of Rizal. The aim of Rizal’s Noli and Fili was to awaken our minds and hearts as Filipinos. That we belong to our own country to love and that we must promote its welfare. The Rizal Knights, however, have not even been bothered by the historical fact that Rizal has been used, abused, and misused not just to keep the Filipino confused mentally, but also to keep the Filipino inspired to enjoy social insanity. We have yet to hear from individual knights of Rizal throwing their bible out the window. They are no different from those religious morons who had planned, quite surreptitiously, to get Rizal facing a firing squad. Indeed, to get Rizal dead and out of the way in order to protect the lucrative business of selling Jesus – the son of a Virgin Mary, Mother of God whom millions of Filipinos pray daily to pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death, amen!

Poch Suzara is the Chairman of High School Dropout Assn of the Philippines

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Free Will - God’s Greatest Gift to Man ???
August 14th, 2007 posted by pcs under Uncategorized. [ Comments: 1 ]

I am told that God gifted man with a free will so as not to be like robots, but to be free to choose good away from evil? If this were true, how come the Arabs are free to choose to be Muslims; the Jews are free to choose to be Jewish; and the Americans are free to choose to be Christians; and at the same time, God seems freely proud to see the free Christians and the free Muslims and the free Jews hate and kill each other in His name and for His glory? What kind of a supernatural monster is God? Such a God is not lovable; on the contrary, God is despicable.

In the meantime, consider the 100 Billion human beings that have already lived and died on this earth – all gifted not with good will for each other, but gifted with free will to hated each other. But for Christ’s sake, why create more of the same Adams and Eves in the same image and likeness of the God? Isn’t God interested to make repairs on faulty parts that have made the human being selfish, greedy, stupid, and insane?
But then again, take heed to what Spinoza wrote:

“Men think themselves free because they are conscious of their volitions and desires, but are ignorant of the causes for which they are led to wish and desire.”

Is the Supreme being really that proud to see Filipinos in this only Christian country in Asia – daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly all enjoying the free will to be loving of only God up there but only by hating one another down here?

We are told that faith can move mountain. We have yet, however, to see a mountain moved by an inch with the power of faith. What we see more clearly is faith supporting poverty and misery, promoting filth and squalor, not to mention encouraging moral and spiritual bankruptcy for our sick society. In fact, in the modern world today, it is Christian faith that makes us Filipinos the Sick Man of Asia.

Indeed, we do not speak of faith that a square has 4 sides, or that a triangle has 3 sides or that an octagon has 8. We only speak of faith of what we do not know, and we hope to sanctify our stupid ignorance in exchange of supernatural tolerance.

For my part, I pity the man of faith. He is like a drunkard clinging to a lamppost for support, not illumination. Why should we need more faith since faith has only to do with the unknown? Why not, instead, face the known with intelligence and explore possibilities on how we can yet expand and improve what is already known called knowledge? Look at medical science expanding and improving ways to cure diseases and to make us live longer and healthier. In the meantime, the existence of hospitals and doctors prove that prayers are utterly useless.
Where has faith taken us as a Christian country in Asia? Today, we Filipinos are involved with nothing but the scramble for money: to satisfy not only our stupid greed; but mostly to amplify in public our silly creed. At any rate, what can we expect of a poor and backward nation where most of its men and women with college education are habitually on their knees praying to a silly God to save their silly souls for the next silly life? And to think that most of these men and women are also hoping to migrate to the next country overseas where its native citizens are already enjoying not only a higher standard of living, not only a higher standard of thinking, but also enjoying themselves as nonbelievers of faith in divine wisdom.

What we need in this country is more power of reason to generate our spiritual growth. It means abandoning outworn beliefs and the welcoming of new and fresh ideas. We need to develop a deeper vision, to be willing to forsake our obsolete and shallow vision. The road to spiritual growth lies in distrusting what we already believe by deliberately challenging the validity of what we have been traditionally taught to hold dear and holy. We must learn to question everything as it is the only basis for spiritual growth and intellectual maturity.
We must therefore develop the habit of reading critically or judiciously. Indeed, read, read, and read. To begin to discover not only the beauty of rationality, but also the harmony of veracity. As we develop the habit of reading, especially books on science and the scientific way of thinking, we will never, ever again, be the foolish victims of mediocrity, or worse still – be the promoters of a sick society.
In the final analysis, those who refuse to read are no better off than those who can’t read at all.
Poch Suzara is the chairman of the High School Dropout Association of the Philippines.

- Poch Suzara

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Jose Rizal Asked
August 11th, 2007 posted by pcs under Uncategorized. [ Comments: none ]

“Where are the youth who will consecrate their golden hours, their dreams, and their enthusiasm to the welfare of their native land? Where are the youth who will generously pour out blood to wash away so much shame, so much crime, so much abomination? Pure and spotless must the victim be! Where are you youth, who will embody in yourselves the vigor of life that has left our veins, the purity of ideas that has been contaminated in our brains, the fire of enthusiasm that has been quenched in our hearts? We await you, O Youth! Come, for we await you!”

Ever since the death of Rizal by public execution in 1896, the history of the Filipino people has been the daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly struggle to deny the power of the human mind with knowledge, and to reject the beauty of the human heart with wisdom. Indeed, to be not happy, sane, and culturally constructive; but only to be unhappy, insane, and traditionally destructive.

Thanks to the teachers and professors in our schools, colleges, and universities – millions of Filipinos have yet to learn to substantiate the words of Jose Rizal: “I would like the Filipinos to be brilliant, enlightened, intelligent, and progressive.”

Sadly, even the Knights of Rizal have been busy promoting social and political insanity in this God-forsaken country. Especially for the sake of preserving in this faith-soaked 21st century – the beliefs and values of Christianity.

In this world, when one person suffers from a delusion, it is called insanity. When millions of people suffer, however, from a delusion, in the Philippines, it is called Christianity.

- Poch Suzara

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Oh, Jesus Sweet Jesus
August 8th, 2007 posted by pcs under Uncategorized. [ Comments: none ]

By Poch Suzara

I do not believe in the existence of a next world. After death, I do not believe in going to heaven or hell or purgatory or limbo. I do believe, however, that I must try to leave this world one day a much better place than how I found it. Of course I realize this belief is getting harder to materialize as I see our world more wracked in malice, poverty, hate, violence, and wars. Moreover, millions of people around me do not love the same things I love: rivers, lakes, beaches, mountains, trees, flowers, birds, rain forest and; they do not love the potentials of what we human beings can become. Indeed, millions of people around me have only been inspired to substantiate what Jesus preached: “love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any one love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.” John 2:15. Such is our Philippines. It is unloved and getting poorer as we, its people, continue to be the victims of religious delusions.

Jesus on the cross cried: “Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.” But why should God forgive man for his sins? Having made man savage and ignorant, how can God hold him guilty? Had Jesus been a philosopher and therefore had knowledge of causes and effects, His prayers would read in reverse: - “ Man, forgive God, for he knows not what he does.” All life attest to this tragic fact, and so the question is not, Will God forgive man for his stupidity? But can man forgive God for his cruelty? That man caused his own suffering through “original sin” is a perversion of the truth. That “sin” was God’s – the original creator of matter, the source of all evil. But God does not suffer for his sins, he lets man do it. Yet Jesus shows no awareness of this brutal fact? Where is the kind word for man, woman, and children of this world? There is none.

Jesus did not confine himself to promoting spiritual results from prayers, but distinctly gave it to be understood that the physical world would respond to petitions to God. “If you have faith, and doubt not, ye shall not only do this which is done to the fig tree, but also if you shall say unto the mountain, “Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; it shall be done. And all things whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.” These promises have not been fulfilled. Divine guidance has been misguiding us. Even Jesus himself utterly failed to deliver his own promise to come back to finish his job on this earth.

Jesus gave us the goal, peace and brotherhood, but he did not tell us how to solve the moral, social and economic problems that prevent its attainment. He did not tell us we are still far down the ladder of Evolution and therefore ignorant. He made no mention of savage God-forces here man has to contend with; on the contrary, he offered only the faith of childlike innocence and trust in the supernatural. Jesus was therefore guilty of misdirection of human energies.

A genuine Savior would have taught primitive man that his enemy was not his equally needy brother, but his ruthless, warlike Father – nature if you prefer to call it. This Savior, on the contrary, taught us that his Father alone was good, and therefore should be loved and worshipped. And now considering the time we have wasted on war and worship, it’s little wonder we’re still savage. It’s time man learned he has no time to waste on God, or energies to waste on war. Love, peace on earth, justice, brotherhood – man alone can create these beauties for himself.

But the Savior has taught us to embrace the very opposite. Instead of revealing to us our purpose in creation and responsibility for our world conditions, He tells us to “take no thought” for anything, “for your heavenly Father knoweth your need before ye ask him” – a perfect example of that “false security” under which we have lived. The statement has no literal significance whatsoever. Refuse to take thought for your own welfare and this “heavenly Father” will let you starve. Take no thought for health and hygiene and you die of this “heavenly father’s” murderous bacteria. Take no thought for economic justice and you become a Third World country. Take no thought for political justice and you have a world at war. Caring for these things is precisely our business, and in the present state of the world we see the result of leaving them to God – prayers for peace and incessant wars; the virtuous impoverished, the vicious enriched; while the wealthy parasites loaf and play – this is “divine providence.” What we need is a little human providence: knowledge and intelligence to right these God-ordained wrongs, and a sense of values that will help us help ourselves. In these things divinity is helpless, and uncharted opportunities for humanity are much better than decaying familiarity.

Were honest opinion allowed for just one day, we would learn the most shocking truth – there is not a man among us that would not, if he dared, denounce this ruthless higher power for the suffering it has caused him. Whether the church knows this or not, it is the truth. For my part, I do but make articulate the latent thought of millions: No man loves God, and any man who says he does is a hypocrite and a liar and the truth is not in him. You cannot love what you do not know, and no man knows the God of religion. Why then poison your soul, and the souls of others too with words you know are lies? The least you might do for the human cause is to be honest with yourself; that done, “thou canst not then be false to any man.”

If Jesus on the cross had the courage to have asked Man to forgive God instead of asking God to forgive Man – our world today would be populated by sane men, sane women, and sane children; especially in the Philippines – the only Jesus sweet Jesus country in Asia.

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Filipinos Lost Jose Rizal
July 30th, 2007 posted by pcs under Uncategorized. [ Comments: 8 ]


       “My dream,” wrote Rizal to a Spanish governor-general, “was my country’s prosperity . . . I would like the Filipino people to become worthy, noble, and honorable.” 

        On another occasion Rizal also wrote: “I would like the Filipinos to be Brilliant, Enlightened, Intelligent, and Progressive.”

        Ever since Rizal was executed by the religious morons in the 19th century, the same religious morons carried on with power and authority to be in charge especially of the system of education in the Philippines. Indeed, we were taught in our schools, colleges, and universities to believe and to have faith in the holy bible that clearly states: “Love not this world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not with him.” John 2:15.  Jesus, the loving son of God also preached: “If any man come to me and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.” Luke 14:26

       Thus, as the Sick Man of Asia, even the Knights of Rizal continue to ignore what Rizal was saying to all Filipinos more than a century ago. Only people in foreign countries believed, followed, and substantiated what Rizal was saying. After Rizal’s execution, the president of the Berlin Society for Anthropology, Ethnology and Pre-history, - Dr. Rudolph Virchow, said: “In him we lose not only a true friend of Germany and German science but also the man who had the knowledge and the energy to introduce modern ideas and thinking into the Philippines.”    Poch Suzara

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