Atheists In Kenya (AIK)

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We MUST question the ‘god’ logic!


I have noticed something. Some folks think it is wrong to keep criticising the ‘holy book’. Or their ‘god’, called Jehovah. They find my preoccupation with ‘god’ crazy! They see it as unnecessary. Most of these folks claim to believe in a ‘god’. So when you criticize their Harry Mumia‘god’, they wonder why you are doing so. They forget that the ‘god’ message has overwhelmed Kenya, it is suffocating us! Their ‘god’, though he does not exist, is taught to our children; each of our child must learn about Adam and Eve, as if they existed. They did not! Every Sunday, our TV stations have to praise this ‘Sky God’.

We have hague cases, and some folks think prayer will work, so that even our political leadership has taken to this nonsensical approach to solve world problems. Ruto and Uhuru are always going for prayer meetings, and in the process you see how the Kenyan society is being made to drift further towards the illogical belief in the supernatural.

In my view, every opportunity must be spent to dispel this outrageous notion of a god! Everyone who is an Atheists, must be militant. If you are agnostic, speak out.

President

Kenyan Free Thinkers

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