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    Atheists tend to be overly represented in the far left and in academia circles.
    A tsunami of close-mindedness and intolerance to dissent have griped those communities for decades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub View Post
    Atheists tend to be overly represented in the far left and in academia circles.
    A tsunami of close-mindedness and intolerance to dissent have griped those communities for decades.
    And so are the people who run Eupedia. You are free to go and find new friends, or open your own website where you can spew your crap.
    Be wary of people who tend to glorify the past, underestimate the present, and demonize the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeBrok View Post
    And so are the people who run Eupedia. You are free to go and find new friends, or open your own website where you can spew your crap.
    I didn't "spew crap," I gave my opinion on a thread.
    If you think that ideological disagreement is inappropriate on a forum, why bother positing at all?
    I'm new here and did not realize that this site is a hive mind where one poster can speak for all the staff who run Eupedia.
    Are the staff at this site the only people who have valid opinions?
    I'm an administrator on an anthro ZetaBoard already, and I get modest traffic.
    This site gets sparse traffic, and haranguing new members is hardly going to grow your numbers.
    I don't go online to "find new friends," I'm perfectly capable of socializing in the real world, and I don't get my kicks by attempting to feel powerful, by attacking people while hiding behind my keyboard.
    Your ad hominem attack against me is scarcely a nuanced argument and is devoid of any actual constructive input.
    Basically you're just attempting to be an intellectual bully and silence ideas that you can't defend with facts or logic based arguments.
    You are actually buttressing my original post about intolerance.
    Last edited by Beelzebub; 24-05-17 at 18:15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub View Post
    Atheists tend to be overly represented in the far left and in academia circles.
    A tsunami of close-mindedness and intolerance to dissent have griped those communities for decades.
    In the Far - whatever, everything is an excess, so I cannot use it for any generalisation.
    I still am unaware of any influential political party under the atheist label, but you pretty much can identify few religious ones in almost any country, often in power. So in the entire political arena atheist are a minority.
    I would agree with you that academic circles tend towards atheism, and would add also artists to the trend. What do you propose as more progressive and inspiring to these people? Rare cases of bigotry do exist though.

    Close-mindedness:
    I have only three words and I hope you get my point: abortion, lgbt, and euthanasia!

    A tsunami of best wishes for you. b

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