Everytime a kenyan travels to the middle east – against everybody’s better judgement – and comes back in a casket, mongoloids like @captain obvious will want to point fingers at the government.
What ails people like @captain obvious is the belief that laws should save people from their own imbecilities.
We all know – at least the bright among us do – that religion is stupid. Jesus did not rise from the dead. But we wouldn’t want to see pastors harassed by the law for peddling their silly theories. Because if people get jailed today for believing in the christian gospel, I will probably get jailed tomorrow for believing in something sillier. Once the law starts intruding on such matters, there’s no telling when it will stop. (slippery slope)
If thats the case then the government should br disbanded and everybody should go home. If it cannot fulfil its obligation of ensuring the wellbeing of its citizen, we might as well as disband it and have every man for himself
not just that, they’re taught to kids at a very young age. And beliefs taught at a young age are impossible to change, even when you present the bearers of those beliefs with facts that run counter to those beliefs.
Figsed I am an Agnostic Atheist but I thank god that Kenya is a Christian majority country. I can’t imagine living in a rigid Islamic theocracy. Countries like Iran are very capable of being useful members of the society but ujinga yao ya Islamic religious fanaticism imefanya wamewekewa crippling sanctions zenye zimewapull back vibaya sana. If those Persians were Christians, I am sure wangekuwa Top 10 economically juu wako na mafuta kama ghasia