Dr. Martin Hash Podcast

Politics & Philosophy by Dr. Martin D. Hash, Esq.

355 Can Court Determine Valid Religions?


No one knows better-n-me about what I believe, and The Courts can't tell me otherwise. Unfortunately, in April 2016, a federal judge ruled against my religion, The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, aka Pastafarianism, which is a legally recognized religion in Poland, The Netherlands & New Zealand. Among its tenets is that a midget was the first human created. As a youth, I believed in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, aka Mormons, which IS a legally recognized religion. Like if the angel Moroni gave a charlatan some gold plates on a hillside in New York, and who's to say he didn't, just because there's a midget involved in my religion doesn't mean I don't sincerely believe it, who's to say I don't? People can claim they're female even though they have a penis, and demand that they be addressed as “Her Highness,” why can't my midget wear a colander on his head in his Driver's license photo?

L. Ron Hubbard openly admitted that he could create a religion from a science-fiction book, hence, Scientology. Catholics indoctrinate children against birth control, Islamists want to cut off their daughter's clitoris, Jews insist God gave them other people's land in the Middle East. Claiming some outlandish liberty-violating practice because of religion must be stopped, and the best way is to leverage it using Jediism, Scientology, FSM, Rastafarianism or whatever, to take out the special treatment "established" religions get. Frankly, I don't know why Pastafarians were discriminated against, we have our own Wikipage & everything?


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