Edip Yuksel (E) Noam Chomsky - Democracy, Plutocracy, Palestinians, Kurds





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Published on Nov 19, 2012

On Democracy, Plutocracy, Palestinians and Kurds
Recorded on 14 November 2012 at MIT, Boston

Noam quoted an atheist philosopher in the end of our discussion. We did not have time to discuss the "problem of evil" then. Later, when I met him again, I gave him the NINETEEN: God's Signature in Nature and Scripture, and I discussed the issue briefly with him, but it was off record. I ended my response with these words:

"Assume we have only two choices.

NO GOD: A world filled with injustices and suffering ends without justice. Victims lose here and forever.

GOD: A world filled with injustices and suffering ends with perfect justice. Victims win forever.

You invite me to the first, I prefer the second. But, I know that philosophically, God will not seize to exist since Atheist expect him to be this or that way, nor God will exist because some people wish to have eternal justice. In fact, this argument has nothing to do with whether there is an intelligent creator of universe and its laws."

So, my dear atheist friends. Before celebrating a slogan-bullet shot by atheists think deeper. The bullet is missing the point, and even worse, it shot your own foot :)


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