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According to a German magazine: Atheists are considered dangerous to the basic religious and community feeling

Started this discussion. Last reply by Imaginary Cat Owner 18 hours ago. 6 Replies

"Intuitively, according to an investigation, crimes are attributed to atheists who, for lack of religion, are regarded as morally unfounded - which even atheists seem to believeReligion, it is often…Continue

When refugees risk their lives to flee from Germany back to a warzone (youtube)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joan Denoo Jun 10. 5 Replies

https://youtu.be/2NqrKzodZ10There must be something really wrong when refugees use smugglers to escape Germany and other European countries.Germany refuses…Continue

Germany’s Bavaria has ordered Christian crosses to be placed over the entrances of government buildings to reflect its 'cultural identity'.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Penn Jun 9. 5 Replies

goodby secularismGermany’s Bavaria has ordered Christian crosses to be placed over the entrances of government buildings to…Continue

Germans take One nation under God to the next level

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This stone head is in…Continue

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Imaginary Cat Owner replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion According to a German magazine: Atheists are considered dangerous to the basic religious and community feeling
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Grinning Cat replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion According to a German magazine: Atheists are considered dangerous to the basic religious and community feeling
"Being silly here: atheists have morals, but Atheists Don't Have No Songs:"
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Imaginary Cat Owner replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion According to a German magazine: Atheists are considered dangerous to the basic religious and community feeling
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Loren Miller replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion According to a German magazine: Atheists are considered dangerous to the basic religious and community feeling
"[chuckle] And just HOW MANY other atheists does this schmuck know?  I'll bet he could count them on the five fingers of his right hand and have digits to spare."
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Imaginary Cat Owner replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion According to a German magazine: Atheists are considered dangerous to the basic religious and community feeling
"Two times a German told me that: Atheist have no morals. one was indirect: "if only other Atheist have morals like you""
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Loren Miller replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion According to a German magazine: Atheists are considered dangerous to the basic religious and community feeling
"This is a phenomenon which we as atheists see repeatedly.  Those who make derogatory claims or accusations about atheists typically Don't Know Any Atheists Personally.  They thus make their pronouncements in a convenient vacuum and…"
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According to a German magazine: Atheists are considered dangerous to the basic religious and community feeling

"Intuitively, according to an investigation, crimes are attributed to atheists who, for lack of religion, are regarded as morally unfounded - which even atheists seem to believeReligion, it is often believed, is important for keeping societies together and for moral behavior. Religions always play an important role in marginalizing and violating those of other faiths in order to uphold the faith community.However, more and more atheists, who seem to endanger their basic religious and community…See More
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Joan Denoo replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion When refugees risk their lives to flee from Germany back to a warzone (youtube)
"With climate change, political unrest, religious fighting, there will be more refugees. We will be part of that whole terrible mess to an even greater degree than at present. "
Jun 10
Joan Denoo replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion When refugees risk their lives to flee from Germany back to a warzone (youtube)
"DDR? "German: Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), often known in English as East Germany, existed from 1949 to 1990. I visited West and East Germany in the 1980s and perceived two very different countries: West Germany had brightly…"
Jun 10
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Frankie Dapper replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion When refugees risk their lives to flee from Germany back to a warzone (youtube)
"Jews have to stay with Jews.  You showed me that law Katze. Some refugees have to stay in their "ghetto".  Some refugees can not easily escape? Just go back to germany a few decades.  Ya gotta keep em there for ease of…"
Jun 10
Michael Penn replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion When refugees risk their lives to flee from Germany back to a warzone (youtube)
"It may be happening to US citizens along with others too if Trump ever gets to build his wall. Keeping people in is as likely as keeping others out. The  world situation is awful. ICE won't allow a Senator into a detention camp.…"
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When refugees risk their lives to flee from Germany back to a warzone (youtube)

https://youtu.be/2NqrKzodZ10There must be something really wrong when refugees use smugglers to escape Germany and other European countries.Germany refuses to give refugees their papers back and refugees are forced to live in isolated villages for 3 years. and refuse to send syrian nback because it is not safe.It reminds me of people who are trying to flee the DDR or north KoreaSee More
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Michael Penn replied to Imaginary Cat Owner's discussion Germany’s Bavaria has ordered Christian crosses to be placed over the entrances of government buildings to reflect its 'cultural identity'.
"I think you are exactly correct, Loren. It seems to me that the longer Trump is around his bad guy actions bring out the "religion" in theists all over. The push is going to affect people all over the world. I personally think that all…"
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Germany The Land of Discrimination

Posted on December 22, 2017 at 1:30am 1 Comment

Even after 2 years in Germany I'm still shocked by how discrimination is integrated into the German culture and laws,

Your shock starts when you arrive and get bombarded by questions in  official forms which ask you about your Faith example: the Work Agency "Agentur für Arbeit" forms

I attended a course on how to write the German CV AKA Lebenslauf, and that was a very disturbing time:

Mandatory things in the German CV: your photo, your country of birth, your Gender, your…

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The day I ran into a burning Building which was my officebuilding

Posted on September 15, 2017 at 1:12pm 2 Comments

My Story Part 2

This series is not told in a chronological order but this is one of my first encounters with concrete danger in Syria during the first months of the war.

My bad luck landed me into working in the local TV station in the south of Syria, a TV station that had no political programs just boring talk shows and ”entertainment” which I was forced to endure 8 hours a day all day every day even on holidays.

I was the Supervisor Engineer/Technician and the deputy of this…

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My story Part 1

Posted on September 11, 2017 at 4:41pm 3 Comments

I will tell my story to complete strangers because  I have no one else to tell it to:

After having a near death experience for the 9th time I decided to stop playing Russian Roulette with my life and leave Syria. 

I was in Damascus at that time, all my papers were in Daraa, and sadly, the Army had the city under siege while the rebels were bombing it nonstop.

I managed to get my family out of it (parents and sister).

 

All my papers were in my…

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Germany is a non secular Country part 2

Posted on November 2, 2016 at 11:00am 2 Comments

Any outsider who comes to Germany will be amazed by how foreign this country is, it is the center of Europe yet it had its own unique characters, sadly it is still heavily influenced by Christianity:

1- In many countries (Syria for example)it is illegal for a political party to be religious based but not in Germany where you have parties like:  Christian Democratic Union of Germany and  Christian Social Union in Bavaria

2-schools teach religion to its…

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At 2:57am on August 1, 2017, Niki L said…

Meow.

At 10:49am on August 3, 2015, Imaginary Cat Owner said…
Thanks for your kind message
At 5:23pm on June 13, 2013, Dr. Terence Meaden said…

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At 11:08am on June 13, 2013, Steph S. said…

I love cats.

At 11:08am on June 13, 2013, Steph S. said…

Greetings! Welcome to the site!

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