The prerequisite to understanding this answer is to have encountered some of religion's sentiments and to have realized how loquacious they are. Let us note first of all that before religion initiated a neocolonialism flap to help promote its contumelious bruta fulmina, people everywhere were expected to take personal action and point out that the emperor has no clothes on. Nowadays, it's the rare person indeed who realizes that religion is extraordinarily brazen. We've all known that for a long time. However, its willingness to lower scholastic standards sets a new record for brazenness. Once one begins thinking about free speech, about evil, bilious blowhards who use ostracism and public opinion to prevent the airing of views contrary to their own mordacious beliefs, one realizes that religion's sole purpose in life seems to be to destroy our country from within. Excuse me; that's not entirely correct. What I meant to say is that if you're the type who dares to think for yourself, then you've probably already determined that religion has compiled an impressive list of grievances against me. Not only are all of these grievances completely fictitious, but religion's satellites are profoundly influenced by what religion says and does. In view of that, it is not surprising that religion's goal is to crush people to the earth and then claim the right to trample on them forever because they are prostrate. How uncongenial is that? How iracund? How rash?
Religion should think about how its malisons lead nugatory charlatans to represent a threat to all the people in the area, indeed, possibly the world. If religion doesn't want to think that hard, perhaps it should just keep quiet. It may seem obvious, but religion likes to launch into nonsensical non sequiturs. Let's remember that. As that last sentence suggests, I'm convinced that religion will replicate the most rapacious structures of contemporary life as soon as our backs are turned. No, I'm not in tinfoil-hat land; I have abundant evidence from reliable sources that this is the case. For instance, religion likes to argue that it has the linguistic prowess to produce a masterwork of meritorious literature. Even if there were a faint glimmer of truth in that argument, it would be extremely faint. The truth is that the biggest supporters of religion's sadistic ethics are fastidious Luddites and morbid scaramouches. A secondary class of ardent supporters consists of ladies of elastic virtue and cosmopolitan tendencies to whom such things afford a decent excuse for displaying their fascinations at their open windows. Now that I've told you what I think, let me end this letter by stating that I fully intend to rally good-hearted people to the side of our cause. Let religion tremble. And though the heavens fall, let there be justice.