To the credit of the writer, I think he was trying hide his disgust for these guys and file a report that was at least somewhat impartial.
So he impartially reports what they are saying and what they say is completely awful. They talk about the “red pill” moments where they realized, in effect, that women are the enemy. Every one of those red pill moments is a paranoid fantasy.
What’s worse? They fucking co-opted The Matrix for their girl-hating movement!
When I watch that movie, I already am forced to acknowledge it was made by the same people who made Jupiter Ascending. But now it has provided a catch phrase for one of the most embarrassing activist groups in existence.
Why oh why didn’t these guys take the blue pill?
I’m back to answering a series of comments in response to this blog entry.
I have a lot to say about this particular comment because here we are getting to the crux of all I feel is wrong with the Fundamentalist Christian perspective on reality. If there is such a thing as an “all loving” god, I simply can’t see how that is represented in a fundamentalist interpretation of biblical teachings.
So here, then, is my original answer to question #8, which read: If you were to die, and you were before God. And he was getting ready to pass judgement on you, What would be your reaction or thoughts? What plea would you give him so he does not judge you harshly?
Almost a month ago, I posted my responses to ten condescending questions some fundamentalist Christian felt all atheists should answer. They were badly crafted and annoyed the hell out of me.
I answered them in a way that I hoped was both honest and amusing. Yesterday, I received six comments from a Fundamentalist Christian (his blog is here).
I wasn’t sure whether to respond to his comments or leave it be. There isn’t much use debating him as his beliefs are so deeply engrained, I can’t hope to make him think about them. As for me, I find his perspective so horrifying, it only makes me dislike fundamentalism all the more.