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Religion

Appropriately for the bunny celebrations – since the bunny and its eggs are obviously adored by many people, you see more bunny and eggs decorations than crossy portrayals of violence – Pabuca’s topic is “religion”.

Religious indoctrination from a young age – popular with church leaders since it would be bad for the number of their sheep if children were not taught absurdities as self-evident and true, but would learn to really think for themselves…

Kinder-Kirche IMG_4715 copy

And if a different variation of absurdities “spreads” – that is if one mosque (this one here currently under construction) “squeezes” itself “along” with the many christian churches to the edge of town -, that of course means the downfall of the occident to some…

Moschee IMG_4791 bw-montage

(purely black-and-white version)

At any rate, churches around here are usually older than mosques – centuries may pass before some inscriptions are made, and that’s already centuries in the past:

Kircheninschrift IMG_4812 copy

(this church in German Wikipedia)

3 Comments

  1. Die Kirche muss sich die zukünftigen Schäfchen sichern. Ja, leider wird so eine Moschee gleich als Untergang angesehen, soll doch jeder glauben was er mag. Diese Intoleranz und Kampf um den einzig richtigen Glauben mochte ich noch nie.

    LG Soni

  2. Untergang des Abendlandes

    Des ganzen Abendlandes? Nein, doch für eine kleine Ecke hier in K dürfte pünktlich zu jedem WE-Einkauf auf dem Heimweg von der Arbeit noch mehr Wartezeit am Nadelöhr (venloer zwischen Innerer und Gürtel) zusätzliche Belastung entstehen. Beträfe zwar auch die Spezialitäten- und Gemüsejagd bei ‘meinem’ Türken, allerdings dürfte der Unterschied zum Ist-Zustand (völliges Chaos) eher verschwindend sein.

    Dabei sieht der Bau imho richtig gut aus. Bißchen nach Dune und ähnlichen Szenarien ;-)

    • Interessanter Bau, in der Tat. Hat mich als erstes an manche Fantasy/Alien-Wesen bzw. -Rüstungen aus Micky-Maus-Comics erinnert. :) Ich find jetzt bloß kein passendes Beispiel.

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