New Bible Reading, Blog Updates, GodBlock

We’ve been performing some major updates to my blog over the past week, so as I haven’t been able to post for so long, this post will be a bit of a grab bag. First of all, I’ve just posted my latest Bible reading (as always, along with an extended, super high quality fully nude version for my web site members). Secondly, as I mentioned we’ve performed some major updates to our blog software to bring it up to date, and we’ve made a few refinements to the design of the site at the same time—we want it to be the cleanest and most elegant blog on the net! And last, but certainly not least, I want to bring your attention to GodBlock (thanks to Joe Miller for the tip!). It has always amused me how hysterical people get about “protecting” children from pornography, when I am not aware of a single scientific study that shows it harms children at all—certainly, it is very difficult to understand how nudity could do any harm to children anyway. It seems to me that this widely held assumption is yet another form of sexual suppression brought to us by religion—which ironically, actually has been shown to have done serious psychological damage to children in many cases. So GodBlock turns the usual internet filter on its head, by protecting children from what could really harm them: religion.

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As usual, your new video is full of beautiful satire, and of course beautiful usage of your busty physique to show the poor future planning of the religious writers of that time, when such a display of the lower part of the body through prayer would have never been an issue at all!

While it is apparent that the Bible has essentially infected most of the minds of humanity with the idea of “magical thinking” over the past 1700 years, after the “official dogma/canon” version was politically driven to its most current starting point (I mean, now there are over 100 bibles for people to choose from currently, for almost any perspective, including the feminist perspective) at the convention/treaty of Nicaea in 325 AD.
The driving force of this treaty was to curtail the meandering and sometimes contradictory discourse that of course half remembered verbal histories told at relatively secret gathering places 300 years after the fact can do to a large volume of information. The convention/treaty lasted from May to August, had some political/religious leaders exiled and overall is a reasonable amount of time to make some sizable edits in both the amount and content of any document.

I think your presentations rightfully show that the bible is hypocritical, sexist, and at times diametrically opposed to itself, especially the many dicotomies present between the Old Testament and the New Testament, with the final fire and brimstone components of Revelations being another discrepancy between the loving God/Christ of the New Testament, and the one described in Revelations.

However, perhaps a more pertinent use of this medium would be to expose “The Narrative” of the Neo-Wahabiists who want to be at war with the rest of the world, because they think their way is best, even if they have had no success in gaining significant ground in any country Eastern, Middle, or Western for the extent of their movement(s) for the past 165 years.

Since there are many Muslims who are driven to establish peace and culture in and out of their native lands, perhaps your reading of the more ridiculous parts of “The Narrative” can shed a light on what people are mispercieving as a unified Muslim force is actually just a small splinter (less than (0.05%) or roughly 500,000 Muslims) believe and act upon against the world.

As one of the few original Aramaic bibles (still found and practiced, in of all places, Ethiopia) says: Love the Enemy which has been translated in most bibles as know the enemy as you know yourself, but has forgotten the “love” part, which means when you love the enemy as you love yourself then the hate between the two sides will be lost and only knowledge will remain, which then will produce a possibility for discourse and resolution with limited violence.

So here are some beginning sources for “The Narrative” and the effectiveness of attracting previously non-believers of Jihadi/Wahabiists viewpoints through this narrative is quite scary, as it shows the power of the story, and also hints at why Religion is so pervasive and so hard to remove from the minds infected with its magical thinking perspective.

http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/world/muslim-extremism-in-the-narrative-on-60-minutes_100354317.html
http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/podcasts/fareedzakaria/site/2010/07/11/gps.podcast.7.11.cnn
This debate between Fareed Zakaria (interviewer) and Anjem Choudary (Jihadiist) takes place at 22:20 into the podcast.

Please consider this request, as it may be important to see how any narrative creates a pathway to belief that if not addressed could make it harder for people to be swayed from magical thinking in the future.

  
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Well done Sachiko!

“Finally some software to help your children avoid dangerous crazy violent sick shit that we have proof does real damage – Godblock.com”
- Penn Jilette

Love it!

  
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@Akacra – It’s good to know you’ve been enjoying my Bible readings! I will certainly consider your suggestion going forward, but there’s already a lot of stuff from the Bible I want to cover, and I’m not sure how I could make what you’re suggesting comedic.

@Joe D. – I’m glad to hear you enjoyed my video too. :-)

  
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LOL, well done again, combining your usual humour with suspense. Will Sachiko’s clothes come off? Of course they do, and nice wiggle at the end.

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Your teaching today was wonderful. It put a smile on my face. God made everyone who was born or created naked. So yeah its part of nature. I’m glad he gave you an awesome body. :O)

  
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Oh no! I ain’t touching this one with a 10 foot pole! Too much trouble here.
You know, the wonderful thing about St. Paul is that he’s so contradictory on so many points, so you can quote him in support of one point of view, while quoting him in another place to attack that point of view. Paul is NOT logically consistent… but I’m glad to see you’re having fun with him.

  
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Granted, I would have prefered you wearing nothing under your nun’s attire (which rather looked like a Buddhist nun’s attire, or a Islamic burkha, but never mind..)…what was I saying…? Oh yeah… I would have prefered you wearing nothing under your nun’s attire, but all the same, bearing your very ripe, delicious looking, ultra-erectifying body was……uh….nice. Pardon the lack of adequate description and thematic deviation, but I can’t seem to think clearly at the moment…possibly because so much of my blood left my brain and travelled south of my equator. Enjoy your upcoming weekend, Erotic One. Craig.

  
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@Tengu999 – Actually, in the full length members’ version, I do get completely naked under there. :-)

Welcome to my blog!

  
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Actually, I think women and men with shaved heads are very beautiful and sexy. I saw a Buddhist nun in Korea a few years ago who was stunning and had a lovely shaved head. I have been trying to get my wife to shave off her hair, but she won’t. I think it is because although she is half Korean, her mother was Japanese, and perhaps had the same prejudice against shaved heads as you do. But of course my wife is very beautiful with her hair, so I’m happy either way.

Oh, and how can I put my picture up next to my comments? I have a lovely shaved head, too.

  
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Si,

Welcome to my blog! To be able to put up your own picture, you have to register.

  
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