Parentheticals Are Unstoppable

12 01 2017



In a new study of President Obama’s legacy, the Pew Research Center found that religious affiliation and practice dropped off dramatically during his two terms in the White House.

“When it comes to the nation’s religious identity, the biggest trend during Obama’s presidency is the rise of those who claim no religion at all,” Pew notes in a report released this week titled “How America Changed During Barack Obama’s Presidency.”

When Barack Obama took office, those who identified as atheists or agnostics along with those who said their religion was “nothing in particular” totaled only 16 percent of the U.S. adult population. On leaving office 8 years later, the non-religious in America now make up nearly a quarter of the population.

That leads me to an observation and a conclusion, one that’s been brewing in my mind, and one waiting for the right segue to get it off of my tongue.  And one that some of you aren’t going to like.

It is undeniable that atheism and the general universe of the non-religious is growing, we can see it in the data, and we can see it around us.

Now, here’s the thorny question:  Why?

When presented this question, apologists for atheism will make a case something along the lines of people are getting more and more motivated by reason and are using that to break the religious chains of enslavement.  Or some other case suggestive of speaking truth to power, or some fashion of rebellion.

Fine as far as it seems, but there’s a big but involved.  I like big buts and I cannot lie.

People are not naturally inclined to rebellion, bucking the system, sticking it to the man, speaking truth to power, swimming against the stream.  The natural habit of people is to conform, go with the system, stick with the man, speak power to truth, swim with the stream.

At the same time, as we know for a fact, atheism is growing.

So, put the two together, and what do you have?

If more and more people are becoming atheists, it’s because they sense that the stream is moving in that direction.  They sense that being an atheist is a good way to get on the good side of power.


I’m about to make it really easy for you:


More and more people are becoming atheists because they are prostrating themselves to Jewish social and cultural power.

A favorite hobby horse phrase of atheists is that “atheism is unstoppable.”  They’re half wrong and half right.

Jews are unstoppable.




16 responses

12 01 2017
The Gentle Grizzly

Gads, we’re amazing!

We can wave our magic mezzuzim in the air and instantly cause The Masses (Reg US Pat Off) to magically disavow beliefs they formerly dearly held. Now, I will dive under my Prayer Shawl of Invisibility, and continue baking matzohs with the blood of goyische children.

/sarc tag for those who can’t spot sarcasm

12 01 2017

This is 100% correct. NPR has a faux religion show that airs on Sunday mornings, On Being (“Today we speak with blah blah, a transgender orthodox Jew”…this was a real line I heard one morning.) But on the rare occasions were they have “celebrities” on, 100% of them say the same thing, “I’m not religious, I don’t like religious structure…But I’m very spiritual”. Spiritual is used 100% of the time when you hear a celebrity being asked about religion on any kind of program. Our current (((culture))) despises “organized religion”, sometimes even their (((own))).

12 01 2017

I had to look that Transgender Orthodox Jew thing up to assure myself I remembered it correctly. I did.

12 01 2017
The Gentle Grizzly

There was a time that NPR actually had some programs worth listening to. Decades ago, granted, but they did. On Being is beyond anything I ever expected from NPR, even in its present pathetic state.

12 01 2017
Alex the Goon

The only thing I remember from NPR (decades ago) was some Shrill Feminuts Warrior shrieking, “We’re putting dioxins in our vaginas!!” I was a very infrequent listener, but that one stuck.

12 01 2017
John Vawter

“Goodwhites”, as Derbyshire calls them, take their cues from the (((Cultural Marxists))). My own brother who lives in a WCW central Oregon town tries to feel superior to his neighbors by goodwhite virtue signaling, and his militant atheism is a big part of that.

13 01 2017

while all that may be interesting, I’m more curious as to the composition of those who are affiliated. WHAT are they affiliated with? In France and England we know that those professing Christianity have dropped off a cliff while those who identify as Muslim have grown. Which would be more of an “issue” for national identity?

13 01 2017
Joshua Sinistar

If you listen to media nowadays, all you get is what ISN’T TRUE. They aren’t known as LUGENPRESSE and Presstitutes for nothing. Fact is all the academies are now sewers of Marxism. However, people aren’t leaving God, they’re leaving Mammon’s Temples where fags prey on little choir boys and the same lame “tolerance” of surrender rape ape porn is spewed by wimmens blight ministers.
If you want to find God, don’t go to a church. A more wretched hive of scum of villainy you will not find outside of Sodom, Californication or Gomorrah D.C. than the fake church of gawd. Mammon and Satan like those temples of gold and pederasty but Angels fear to tread those wretched hives where only sins and failed races feel free to breed. The church of the whiny cuckold is no place for Men of God, man.

13 01 2017

Not buying the thesis, because the USA is doing now what Europe and Canada did some decades back. Joke was that Quebec went from ultra-Catholic to atheist in a few weeks in 1966. Once this gets going, attitudes change very fast (as with gay marriage). If you look back before Obama you’ll see that atheism was growing very quickly then too, albeit from a lower base. I believe George W. Bush was the first president to add “and no faith” to the “Americans of all faiths” tag. It was a watershed, but people mostly ignored it.

This trend is going to continue, unabated, during Trump’s administration and whoever comes next.

13 01 2017

My thesis has nothing to do with Obama or Trump.

13 01 2017

Understood, it has to do with ((())). But if that was the explanation, atheism would have flourished here first, and mightily. Not in Quebec, or England, or France, or Germany.

13 01 2017

That’s another thing. I brought up ((())) because in taking up atheism, people are siding with their cultural power. Another thing I know is that, in spite of the fact that I’m not as old as I sometimes feel, I’m also not as young as I used to be. Because of that, I am well aware of the pitfalls and the fallacy of monocausality.

14 01 2017
Joshua Sinistar

Question, you have a poor understanding of the (((enemy))). Their hatred of God and Whites overrides any “plan” you might think they have. You’ll keep seeing the lame story of Atheism Rising. Why? Not because its true.
They Want To Believe. When people leave rancid churches filled with milquetoast cucks who want to feed Africans and want to show you a brown or black “orphan” they adopted, they want to see people abandoning God. They hate God. They follow the other. The “Prince of the World” they say. Lord of Darkness. Ruler of Shadows. Chickenshit cowardly motherfucker #1.

15 01 2017

I think a lot of people confuse God with The Church, and out goes the baby with the bathwater.

15 01 2017

I don’t think most of these people are even Atheists. It would require some serious thought and consideration to truly be an Atheist. I doubt they are even getting that far. Heathen would be closer to the mark.

16 01 2017

Good post blogmeisetr. The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and its Impact on World History by E. Michael Jones is a must, IMO. Destroying belief is not a means, it’s an end.

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