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The Holy Empire of New Stickmin

Strategic Scientific Reserve wrote:I know I'm just acting like the real SSR would lol plus I'm classified as democratic socialists. But back incharacter *hehehem* Oh thank the lord, there no Nazis here, I don't want to fight another Hydra.

Uh oh... alright back away and it wont notice you...

The Community of Strategic Scientific Reserve

New Stickmin wrote:Uh oh... alright back away and it wont notice you...

AH GOD NAZI, SHOOT IT! *shoots repeatedly*

The Stick Like Stickpire of The Stickmin Empire

Strategic Scientific Reserve wrote:AH GOD NAZI, SHOOT IT! *shoots repeatedly*

I like this one

The Community of Strategic Scientific Reserve

The Stickmin Empire wrote:I like this one

:D

The Culture Blossom Commonwealth of North Prarie

Volaworand wrote:Are you reading the whole last decade of TSP?

Wait until you reach page 7891: that really was the golden age of TSP.

The good 'ole days.

The One-Winged Rainbow Shark of Erinor

Good evening, TSP!

Tonight's reflection from the Church of the South Pacific is a testimony:

https://tspforums.xyz/thread-6532-post-215481.html#pid215481

The Community of Strategic Scientific Reserve

Erinor wrote:Good evening, TSP!

Tonight's reflection from the Church of the South Pacific is a testimony:

https://tspforums.xyz/thread-6532-post-215481.html#pid215481

*angry science noises*

The One-Winged Rainbow Shark of Erinor

Strategic Scientific Reserve wrote:*angry science noises*

I forgot to mention that I have up neither my love of science (I have a Zoology degree)not my love of magic and mythology (I am totally a fantasy geek, only now I also enjoy ritual I believe in).

Anyway, goodnight, TSP!

The Community of Strategic Scientific Reserve

Erinor wrote:I forgot to mention that I have up neither my love of science (I have a Zoology degree)not my love of magic and mythology (I am totally a fantasy geek, only now I also enjoy ritual I believe in).

Anyway, goodnight, TSP!

Night!

The United Communist Kingdom of Nicholas and Great Britain
The Community of Strategic Scientific Reserve

Nicholas and Great Britain wrote:Night

Well I'm not hopping off I was just saying it to be polite

The Floofy Foxes of The Solar System Scope

Strategic Scientific Reserve wrote:*angry science noises*

*angry angry noises*
Religion might be one of humanity's biggest divider and cause of violence and strife, as well as being the source of most intolerance or at least the scapegoat of it, as well as having restricted scientific progress for centuries, doesn't mean you can go attack adherents. Besides, most of the time they were raised as such and never came around to questioning the severely flawed foundations of the belief system and teachings, and they most likely find comfort in a moral framework of good deeds and the solace in the face of death, although few actually act according to the former.

Mustarian

how do you operate nsbreeze



via The Pacific

The Socialist Federal Union of New Ropakstadt

Hello southerners

The Community of Strategic Scientific Reserve

The Solar System Scope wrote:*angry angry noises*
Religion might be one of humanity's biggest divider and cause of violence and strife, as well as being the source of most intolerance or at least the scapegoat of it, as well as having restricted scientific progress for centuries, doesn't mean you can go attack adherents. Besides, most of the time they were raised as such and never came around to questioning the severely flawed foundations of the belief system and teachings, and they most likely find comfort in a moral framework of good deeds and the solace in the face of death, although few actually act according to the former.

Uh, wow I see you had pent up feelings about this...

The Republic of Uvalor

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The Chocolate Chip Cookie of Comfed

Mustarian wrote:how do you operate nsbreeze

Itís just a bunch of keybinds. The most useful is E which makes you endorse the nation you are viewing.

The Solar System Scope wrote:*angry angry noises*
Religion might be one of humanity's biggest divider and cause of violence and strife, as well as being the source of most intolerance or at least the scapegoat of it, as well as having restricted scientific progress for centuries, doesn't mean you can go attack adherents. Besides, most of the time they were raised as such and never came around to questioning the severely flawed foundations of the belief system and teachings, and they most likely find comfort in a moral framework of good deeds and the solace in the face of death, although few actually act according to the former.

I donít think youíre being fair to religion... just because intolerant extremists exist doesnít religion extremist or intolerant.



The Floofy Foxes of The Solar System Scope

Strategic Scientific Reserve wrote:Uh, wow I see you had pent up feelings about this...

This is coming from someone who was raised in a deeply conservative religion who later became changed through online friends and scientific research into becoming a more enlightened, logical, sexually open person who rejects gender norms.

The Community of Strategic Scientific Reserve

The Solar System Scope wrote:*angry angry noises*
Religion might be one of humanity's biggest divider and cause of violence and strife, as well as being the source of most intolerance or at least the scapegoat of it, as well as having restricted scientific progress for centuries, doesn't mean you can go attack adherents. Besides, most of the time they were raised as such and never came around to questioning the severely flawed foundations of the belief system and teachings, and they most likely find comfort in a moral framework of good deeds and the solace in the face of death, although few actually act according to the former.

Comfed wrote:Itís just a bunch of keybinds. The most useful is E which makes you endorse the nation you are viewing.I donít think youíre being fair to religion... just because intolerant extremists exist doesnít religion extremist or intolerant.

I see both sides to the argument here but I wanna see how these two play it out...

The Floofy Foxes of The Solar System Scope

Comfed wrote:I donít think youíre being fair to religion... just because intolerant extremists exist doesnít religion extremist or intolerant.

The Roman Catholic Church was responsible for the death of many brilliant minds of science, as well as many women and Jews, that is people who questioned their made-up dogma. Religion is the number one cause of homophobic legislation and discrimination. It has been a tool of governments to keep people in check and vice versa, although its usefulness fell out of usage in the first half of the twentieth century when socialist dictatorships eliminated it from power.

The Community of Strategic Scientific Reserve

New Ropakstadt wrote:Hello southerners

I recommend you run.

via The North Pacific

The Chocolate Chip Cookie of Comfed

The Solar System Scope wrote:The Roman Catholic Church was responsible for the death of many brilliant minds of science, as well as many women and Jews, that is people who questioned their made-up dogma.

True, but thatís hardly specific to religion. There have been many groups across history that oppress people who disagree with their dogma - look at any autocratic country ever.

The Solar System Scope wrote: Religion is the number one cause of homophobic legislation and discrimination. It has been a tool of governments to keep people in check and vice versa, although its usefulness fell out of usage in the first half of the twentieth century when socialist dictatorships eliminated it from power.

That doesnít make religion bad, it makes the governments that manipulate it bad.

Also, when you hear religion I think you jump straight to ultra-conservative christians, who donít represent Christianity, much less religion, as a whole.

The Republic of Uvalor

Cheeky Little Question:

When did you guys go to war with Brazilistan?

The Holy Empire of Ipugao

Who wants some Coffee Ready And Prepared?



The Federation of Rabbitz

The Solar System Scope wrote:The Roman Catholic Church was responsible for the death of many brilliant minds of science, as well as many women and Jews, that is people who questioned their made-up dogma. Religion is the number one cause of homophobic legislation and discrimination. It has been a tool of governments to keep people in check and vice versa, although its usefulness fell out of usage in the first half of the twentieth century when socialist dictatorships eliminated it from power.

The same could be said for science. During the 19th and 20th centuries, the physical description of the skulls of Blacks were purposefully skewed in order to make them look more like apes in an attempt to prove their inferiority through "scientific" means (i.e social Darwinism). In essence, trying to say that members of the church were the only ones who have abused known facts for their own agenda is a fallacy.

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