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  • What if the gods turned out to be named allah, zoroaster, zeus, odin et al..flying spaghetti monster, cthulhu, and all the rest.

    Cornelius Hunter/Burt Humburg Debate - The Panda's Thumb

  • Something to hide? zoroaster, that drivel about "only the rich pay taxes" only holds water if you define "taxes" SOLELY as income tax. 36% of federal tax revenues are from PAYROLL taxes, which only workers making up to $106,300 a year pay.

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  • Burt Alpert fundamentalist dualism in characteristic campbell/jungian fashion, larsen reshapes mythology to condemn history. all religious dualism, repeat all, mythologizes a real struggle against oppression in the minds of the oppressed. dualism in itself, from zoroaster on, is a cry against the social predator - the "stealer of cows," and should be appreciated from that place, however perverted it becomes at the hands of those who in their heart of hearts seek to maintain oppression by mythologizing its delivery. incidentally, there is no evidence of "mythological paraphernalia" on cro-magnon cave walls. by

    Interview with Stephen Larsen, author, THE FUNDAMENTALIST MIND

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