I see 2 faces of Christianity. I dunno which one comes closer to true Christianity. Or is Christianity open to interpration? :blink: Capitalists seem to have hijacked Christianity. They need it to make themselves feel important and holy. And since they can buy everything but the afterlife. Socialists on the other hand are not religious usually. Christianity puts humans on top of nature. And hence civilization is a perfectly normal thing. I am a primitivist, and I oppose civilization, btw. So humans are holy, and they need to advance and innovate, and act holy and be ambitious and live and be idealogists, and look at the bigger picture, and etc. They care more about their little couches and their little life than anything else. Ambitious to the max, self-centered, selfish, proud and greedy. They're usually bullies, and they consider some humans parasites. What bugs me is that people assume that Christianity must be good fundamentally, but that most christians are not real christians. Now I question this assumption. Christianity seems to point more at capitalism than at socialism. Christianity wants us to 'prospere'. Sure the Bible is against greed and pride, etc. I think, at least Catholic theology. But what does that mean. Christians have eliminated these words from their dictionary. Greed is synonym to success and advacenment to these people. Since I totally oppose all this. I have converted from Christianity to Primitivism and Communism. All those Christians with good lives that come on TV nicely dress, looking proud and greedy, it's so easy for them to talk, they're completely deconnected. Mother Teresa sacrificed her life, she was so modest, she didn't care about herself, she lived for others, her heart was right. Most socialists seem more compassionate and generous. And most are non-religious. Capitalists have zero compassion, they're all holy remember, they support the death penalty, etc. And they're usually Christians. UNSELFISHNESS IS THE SH!T Fuk Christianity, Objectivism, Libertarianism Capitalism Profit Business etc. etc.