Category suicide


Freedom of Religion: Fact and Fantasy

1692 Massachusetts Christian Puritans saw the Devil everywhere

1692 Massachusetts Christian Puritans saw the Devil everywhere

Freedom of religion is a centuries-old expression. In most cases freedom of religion does not exist. It is not accepted by SCOTUS or most courts or jurists. It is not enshrined in the nation, nor in separate states. At best it is a buzzword, but in reality freedom of religion is a fantasy that has enchained the USA since its inception as American colonies.

From Maine to Georgia, the North American colonies were not founded as bastions of theological freedom or the right to disbelieve that which came from the pulpits of the churches that existed in Europe...

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Alveda King: allusions, illusions and ego-enhancement and attack on civil and human rights

Alveda King has done everything possible to distort and destroy the legacy of tolerance and working together crafted by her uncle Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Her psychology is scrutinized to determine what motivates the neice to lie about her uncle and aunt, Coretta Scott King, and praise war and bloodshed and oppose affirmative action and compassion for victims of AIDS and discrimination.Read More

Psychology of Suicide and Bullying–and how religion, school/classmates and family affect both

Suicides are the result of depression and bullying. Suicides are not spontaneous, and are a result of lack of communication, compassion, and openness. The family, religion, politics, school, and work are all factors in suicides.Read More

Dakota Ary, Kristopher Franks, Fort Worth TX Independent School District, and freedom

Hate is fequently hidden behind the stain of "religious freedom" and expresses itself in bullying: not just one child hitting another, but teenagers and adults badgering others into committing suicide in an effort to reshape the world in the image wanted by the Koch Brothers of Kansas. Bullying costs millions of lives each year, and now states are fighting back passing strong anti-bullying laws, but the Liberty Institute and Tea Party, organizations created and funded by the Koch Brothers, are fighting hard to gain control of the government and Libertarian idealism that enriches only a few.Read More