I’ve often wondered why any woman would want to travel to the nations in the Muslim world given how they treat women as slaves and worse. The Continue reading
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Regular readers of Balladeer’s Blog are familiar with how cowardly and hypocritical I consider left- wing zealots to be because of the way they pound on Christianity’s outdated attitude toward homosexuality but are far too meek and timid to criticize Islam for having the same, if not worse, homophobic mindset.
My fellow blogger Harry at Dribbling Pensioner has posted a Continue reading
Regular readers of Balladeer’s Blog know that I consider all religion to be mythology and that none of the world’s “holy books” should be taken literally. Most religions are civilized enough that their practicioners can deal with that viewpoint, no matter how angry it makes them. We all know which religion would be the one exception and the book The Closing of the Muslim Mind by Robert R Reilly provides a great deal of insight about that religion.
Reilly’s book covers the conflict between religious literalists and rationalists in the Muslim word from the 9th century C.E. to the 11th century C.E. Obviously, the Continue reading
Regular readers of Balladeer’s Blog are familiar with my view of all religion as mythology. Most religions are civilized enough that their practitioners can deal with that type of viewpoint. Islam, of course, is the exception, and perpetuates superstitious savagery like killing people for drawing pictures of Continue reading
Let’s try this again. I understand strong feelings regarding my statements about religion and violence in my review of the 1991 bad movie Ghost Busting, but I’m not going to okay comments that are either threatening or that consist of nothing but obscenities. I’ll give nutjobs one final chance to express articulate, civil disagreement. Here again is that controversial review. Play nicely and we can all have fun arguing.
GHOST BUSTING (1991) – Category – More weird than bad, but butt-kickingly weird I first saw this little honey more than a decade ago, but it’s pretty much timeless. It comes to us from Hong Kong, the land of killer fetus movies plus films with such Continue reading