Conflate Much? False Dichotomy,

Atheist Logic Fail


False Dilemma or Dichotomy



A false dichotomy or false dilemma occurs when an argument presents two options and ignores, either purposefully or out of ignorance, other alternatives.


In general, a false dichotomy gives the impression that the two oppositie options are mutually exclusive (that is, only one of them may be the case, never both) and that at least one of them is true, that is, they represent all of the possible options.


False dichotomy examples


For example, the claim that “you’re either with me, or you’re against me” is an example of a false dichotomy. This form of rhetoric is used to persuade or even threaten, but it ignores the fact that the individual or group addressed may have a neutral opinion towards the speaker. It is logically possible for someone to be neither with nor against an individual.


A more obvious example would be the…

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Dr Farrukh Salem: ‘800 million Muslims out of 1.4 billion are illiterate’

The Muslim Issue

Fact to realize is, Muslims have been poor, illiterate, war mongering savages for 1,400 years because they are kept hostage by Islam – a medieval hate ideology perpetrated by a criminal and lunatic who suffered depressions, raped, murdered and robbed other people, flew around on a ‘winged’ donkey, and had no control at all of his bestial urges, desires and distorted ego.
Islamabad freelance columnist Dr Farrukh Saleem gave his view on the matter in 2009.


Dr Farrukh Saleem

The combined annual GDP of 57 Muslim countries remains under $2 trillion. America, just by herself, produces goods and services worth $10.4 trillion; China $5.7 trillion, Japan $3.5 trillion and Germany $2.1 trillion. Even India’s GDP is estimated at over $3 trillion (purchasing power parity basis).

Oil rich Saudi Arabia, U.A.E., Kuwait and Qatar collectively produce goods and services (mostly oil) worth $430 billion; Netherlands alone has a higher annual…

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Shaman’s Dream

The Vampire Azrael




If he wasn’t his body, his heart, or his mind what could he possibly be, Alex pondered on his hour long drive back to Stanwood.  If he wasn’t his heart and his mind could he still be his emotions and his thoughts?  Would those still exist when everything else was gone?  Interesting subject.  Would there be anything of him that survived after death?  and if so how, and why?  Does the soul remain after death, and if so what is the soul?  An interesting subject of contemplation for him in the hot tub.  He was surprisingly calm in light of the events of the next day, maybe it was cognitive dissonance, maybe ignorance, he didn’t know, but he felt it was better to not worry about it and imagine all of the terrible things that could happen and as far as he knew this was…

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