The Atheism, the human beings, the human rights, the animals and the rights of the animals

Versiunea în limba română (Romanian language version)

Coșug Florin-Ioan,
the Atheist that I am

The essence, the core of the Atheism is represented by the human beings and the human rights, mainly, and also by the animals and the rights of the animals. Unlike a lot of other religions – that are governed by a system of one, two or more divinities (monotheistic, dualistic, respectively polytheistic religions), and that system of one, two or more divinities, where can be found for a particular religion, represents the supreme, the ultimate instance for that religion -, the Atheism has not such a system of one, two or more divinities (a-without, theos-divinities), and the ultimate instance, the supreme instance of the Atheism is The Court of Human Rights, a Court for human beings. Therefore, as the Atheism has its core not represented by a system of one, two or more divinities (unlike other religions), that fact prevents – is unlikely – the Atheism to be in conflict, to produce incidents with its essence (core): the human beings and the human rights, the animals and the rights of the animals. The particular systems of the divinity/divinities of other religions may cause, sometimes, a conflict, an incident with the human beings and the human rights, and, unfortunately, sometimes, also with the animals and the rights of the animals, respectively and exactly with the essence (the core) of the Atheism.
For example, when a Christian priest has chosen or is choosing the religion for a newborn human being, at the age of three months old of the newborn human being (therefore, when that newborn human being is not able to choose any religion, at that age, and the priest chooses for the newborn human being the Christianity religion – and not the newborn human being -, and the newborn human being is not able also to oppose to someone that is choosing the religion for that newborn human being instead of that newborn human being – for example, the newborn human being is not able to oppose to a Christian priest baptizing the newborn human being, when the newborn human being is three months old), then that priest is breaking the newborn human being’s human right named the freedom of choosing the religion, because the priest, and not the newborn human being at the age of three months old, is choosing the religion named the Christianity for that newborn human being, by baptizing that newborn human being, when that newborn human being is three months old and also not able to choose a religion or to oppose to the baptism. Any baptism represents not only a breaking of the human right named the freedom of choosing the religion, but also any baptism represents a risk, because that newborn human being may simply not be a Christian, just like it happened to me in 1976, when I was baptized as a Christian accordingly to the Christian ritual of baptism, although I have been an Atheist since I was born . Anyway, any baptism does not transform automatically the newborn human being at the age of three months old into a Christian, simply because of the baptism itself, or simply because the newborn human being was baptized at the age of three months old, just like the priest would think (only erroneously the priest would think that); any baptism represents only the fact that the priest is breaking the newborn human being’s human right named the freedom of choosing the religion (and, sometimes, also a risk, when the newborn human being is not a Christian, so that the priest is choosing a wrong religion, the Christianity, for that newborn human being that, simply, it is possible not to be a Christian, although the priest should think something else), as I mentioned above. If the newborn human being realizes, at a later time, by being older and also consciously, that that human being is an Atheist human being, for example, then that human being has been for all entire life, until that moment, an Atheist, and not a Christian, since that human being was born. Therefore, exactly that human being has chosen the religion for the human being that he or she or the hermaphrodite is, by being consciously and also ready to do it, at that moment – when the human being realized what religion that human being has been for all entire life (an Atheist, in this example) -, and not the priest (that thought, by not being so wise, that the newborn human being was a Christian, when the newborn human being was three months old, and the priest baptized the newborn human being as a Christian, by breaking that newborn human being’s human right named the freedom of choosing the religion, the priest thinking, again by not being so wise, that this way the newborn human being became automatically, at the age of three months old, a Christian, all those facts taking place while the newborn human being was, in fact, an Atheist). No newborn human being does become automatically a Christian by being baptized; that human being may choose, at a later time – but not the priest -, any religion (Atheism, Taoism, Shintoism, Buddhism, Islamism, Mosaic, Christianity, etc.), when that human being is able to understand and to choose a religion (and not others to decide about a particular religion instead of that human being – just like the priest did when the human being was a newborn human being, at the age of three months old, when the priest thought he could have baptized and he could have transformed automatically that human being into a Christian, wrong way of thinking -, by breaking the human right named the freedom of choosing the religion of that newborn human being, by choosing the Christianity religion , for example, instead of that human being and instead of letting that newborn human being to choose the religion at a later time). And that human being, at a later time, may realize that the priest has chosen a wrong religion for that human being (Christianity, for example), that human being being, in fact, for all that human being’s entire life, an Atheist, in this example. And at the moment when that human being realizes that (that someone else has chosen another wrong religion for that human being), – the moment being exactly that moment when that human being realizes that fact and chooses the right religion for exactly what that human being is -, the human being must not be forced to make his option regarding religion publicly available (neither the moment, nor the religion that the human being has chosen at exactly that moment), just because some priests had broken previously that human being’s human right named the freedom of choosing the religion, when that human being was a newborn human being at the age of three months old, by baptizing that newborn human being as a Christian, by thinking – the priests – that the baptism should turn automatically the newborn human being from an Atheist into a Christian, thing that can happen when the true religion of the newborn human being may not be Christianity, that baptism representing the breaking of that human being’s human right named the freedom of choosing the religion. And that human being, by choosing, in fact, the true religion for the human being that he, or she, or the hermaphrodite is, – at a later time, by being consciously, and by understanding religions, creeds, and the church, and the differences between them and between those three concepts mentioned above, without to be forced to tell the moment or the religion the human being has chosen and without being broken in that human being’s human right named the freedom of choosing the religion -, those sort of things must happen exactly that way, because religion is a part of the most intimate privacy that a human being must have it for exact that human being, only and only for exact that human being.
Also, although a human being can tell „I’m a Christian”, that is not due to the fact of being baptized by some priests when that human being was three months old, – otherwise I should be forced to tell so, although I’m an Atheist, just because some priests had baptized me as a Christian when I was three months old, by thinking that I would be a Christian, but all I can say is „I’m an Atheist”, and not a Christian – , but due to the fact that the human being, exactly that human being realized, by being consciously, that the religion inside that human being is Christianity. Also in this case, when that Christian human being was three months old, the baptism represented a breaking of that human being’s human right named the freedom of choosing the religion, because not exactly that human being, at that time, but some priests had chosen the religion for that human being; the baptism could have represented not only a breaking of that human being’s human right named the freedom of choosing the religion, but also a risk, if that human being would be proven not to be a Christian, at a later time, but an Atheist, for example, baptized by some priests accordingly to the Christian ritual of baptism, just like the Atheist would have been a Christian, for example, just like it happened to me. But at the moment when, by being consciously, I decided that I was an Atheist, I’ve been aware also of the fact that I was an Atheist starting with the moment when I was born; and I am still an Atheist. Practically, I’ve been an Atheist for all my entire life, since I was born, until the moment I decided I was an Atheist, and also after that moment; I had not been a Christian until I decided I was an Atheist, and, only after that, I have become an Atheist, – not at all -, in spite of the fact that I’ve been baptized as a Christian, when I was three months old; I’ve been, for all my entire life, an Atheist, being governed by natural laws, good English common sense, good manners, the ideas of the hippies, and against those that dropped dead such concepts and principles, I was governed by pacifist’s anger and punk philosophy.

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