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>On Monday, February 4, 2002, at 11:32 , Vincent Campbell wrote:
>>Name me a religion that doesn't oppress women (or men for that matter).
>Most any Wiccan coven does not. Satanism does not, either, in
>its most organized form.... The Shakers didn't.
>Of course, generally, all of the established, state-linked religions do.
>And, what with the recent uncoverings about the catholic church,
>in several countries, the oppression of children, beyond the
>oppression of their free-thought, has been not only officially
>ignored, but, officially sanctioned.
You mean to tell me a black mass is not degrading to women? Of course, I've
never attended one, but the one's I've heard about sure were. Maybe those
"religions" are just the figment of someone's vivid imagination. I hear
that protestants across America are trying to have Harry Potter banned from
the school and libraries because it preaches Satanism and witchcraft. Much
to the surprise of J. K. Rowling, I surmize. I doubt she thought it had
anything to do with the "real thing." Could it have been a meme dream?
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