Some bloke has declared September 30 to be International Blasphemy Day.
While I am generally leery of the many special days that have been announced, except, of course for "Talk Like a Pirate Day," the basic thesis here is a sound one:
Blaspheming the sacred is an obligation that every logical person must embrace. Like we all learned from Spiderman's uncle, "With great power comes great responsibility", and when your mind has evolved to a degree where you are granted an advanced understanding of logic and reason, you realize that the natural laws of the universe have given you a great power.I agree, and I agree with his post condemning Ireland's blasphemy laws.
It is your responsibility as a logical person to shed light on the darkness of ignorance wherever it may be. Nothing must be left in the dark. No corner of this universe can be left alone from wanting to know.
There can be nothing sacred. Because the entire concept behind "sacred ideas" is that they are "off limits". It is something that you are not allowed to question, or speak out against, or even think. There's another term that fits this concept perfectly... "thought crime".
Going back to the home page of the administrator, this guy is generally anti-religious, as opposed to specifically anti-Islamic.
By the way, were most of the founding fathers, who loathed organized religion, even if they were spiritual.