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Old July 27th, 2012 #1
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Default Completely alienating Christians isn't a wise move.

I'll admit that I'm not a Christian, nor do I believe in any of that nonsense personally. But we shouldn't be seeking to alienate them with our message. Last time I checked most White people are Christian, and if we tell their their religion sucks, even if its the truth, then that is just one more hurdle we have to climb over before we can get to the bottom of the real issues. As soon as you offend their religion, then they are going to be against whatever the rest of your message is.

Many of our predecessors who succeeded where we have failed have understood that you couldn't alienate a large % of the population, and expect to get positive results. Hitler sought to encourage "Positive Christianity", today I might classify that as someone who is Christian but is also against Jews.

We are better off just keeping religion out of the message.