After police revealed a plot to kill the creator of the caricature that sparked deadly riots in the Muslim world. some Danish newspapers reprinted the cartoon. So in solidarity with them I will post one here.
Oh and if anyone decides to post a threatening message I will post them here for all the world to see because unlike them I don’t believe in censorship and I do believe in Free Speech. Peace to you all.
And before any religious nuts out there say that they are, I have an example to prove them wrong. My son is seven years old. He has never talked about nor asked about God, And again before the religious fanatics scream ” you atheists brainwash them” (not that this deserves a response other than Atheists don’t brainwash their children, THEY DO), I deliberately have never spoken to my son about the concept of God, either positive nor negative, NEVER. So explain to me this, religious geniuses, why has my son never mentioned to me about God in any respect. Does God not talk to children, only adults? That doesn’t seem like very good recruiting skills to me, you would think that God would speak to all children to get them to join his following since children are the most innocent they would be more believed.
The answer is thus: The reason why children are not born with the knowledge of god is because there is no God to share this knowledge.
This video is pathetic and very simplistic in its nature, also very condescending, which Christan’s are very good at being.
Sir Edmund Hillary (b 20 July 1919) died in New Zealand today at the age of 88. He had been in decline since a fall in Nepal.
While Sir Edmund ( a New Zealander) was most known for being the first known person (along with his Nepalese Sherpa Tenzing Norgay) to have reached the peak of Mount Everest in 1953, he was also well known for being a humanitarian for the people of Nepal. He helped raise money and attention for the plight of these people. He started the Himalayan Trust in the early 1960s and helped build hospitals, schools, pipelines and airfields. He encouraged other mountaineers to look after Mount Everest’s environment, and to be aware of the Nepalese people.
Afer Everest, he climbed ten other peaks in the Himalayas on further visits in 1956, 1960-61 and 1963-65. He also reached the South Pole as part of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition, for which he led the New Zealand section, on 4 January 1958. He led a jetboat expedition, titled “Ocean to Sky”, from the mouth of the Ganges River to its source in 1977. In 1979, he was scheduled to act as a commentator on the ill-fated Air New Zealand Flight 901, an Antarctic sightseeing flight, but had to pull out due to work commitments elsewhere. He was replaced by his close friend Peter Mulgrew, who perished as the flight crashed on Mount Erebus.
He had suffered personal tragedy in 1975 when his first wife, Louise and his child, Belinda were killed while on route to join him in Nepal , in a plane crash.
He is survived by his second wife, June, two children and six great grand children.
He was a legend in New Zealand (and throughout the world). He was one tough bugger.