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It’s another great day to be a slave to Satan!
And someone who doesn’t think freely is just someone who does whatever they are told by religious authorities. I don’t see how that can be taken as a good thing…
War is Peace. Freedom is Slavery.
Close your eyes and just ignore
all that is wrong with your beliefs
What better way to be devout?
Hammer down the innocent minds
of those trusting boys and girls,
And shut the door on your way out
You think to build a master faith
on torture and pain?
No room for logic or debate,
in God’s domain?
Hide your young away and
teach them only what you know to be
God’s honest truth in vast supply
What you teach is so implausible,
You cannot trust the world
to not convince them otherwise
How pitiful this land of yours
Where free thought is feared
And make you isolate
and force your children to revere
No one will stand in the way of your bastard parade
But the hateful and fearing will come to your aid
Even the youngest have a place in your crusade
There is no defiance there when you invade
You think to build the master faith on torture and pain?
With indoctrination the true God will reign
No room for logic or debate, in your domain.
I used to be AG. Talk about being a slave!
But..Freethinkers don’t believe in Satan or any of the other fantasy god things so how can we/they be slaves? The only place endorsing slavery is the bible. Perhaps deluded believers are slaves, just following orders from the guide book.
But if it had the words Don’t Panic on it, I’d certainly follow it because then I’d be sure to know that it could do no wrong.
Satan’s Slave sounds like it could be a good name for a rock band.
Then, I can only conclude…. that all the ”believers” are Jesus’ slaves………..
If real, I’d rather be satans slave then gawds little sheep
“A free thinker is Satan’s slave”
A *free* thinker? I may be a freethinker, but my thinking isn’t free. As the saying goes: if you’re good at something, never give it away for free.
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