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Extrait de "Michel Onfray - La vie philosophique" Une introduction à l'athéisme par Michel Onfray et à sa considération des religions. À lire : "Traité d'Ath...

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Comment by Chris on October 25, 2018 at 2:40am

Perhaps French Canadians are different.

Go dark ages when the plague and other diseases weren't known.

Cut off heads of burried people, take the heart out to ensure the plague doesnt spread.

FYI here's  link about it.

Secrets of the dead.

Halloween and the 1200's shouldn't be captivating today.

-- yet the mythology still captivages people today.

Being boaring in the enlightnenment   mythology is - yet isn't interestin to interesting to me.

The Bublonic plague.

Don't now much, but I've read some things a'bout it- and how the medical industry reacted to prevent the spread.

I'm likely as a historian and somewhat anthrolipical student of history out of my mind.

I don't know scat, yet I know how it smells.

Comment by Chris on October 25, 2018 at 2:29am

Perhaps French Canadians are different.

Go dark ages when the plague and other diseases weren't known.

Cut off heads of burried people, take the heart out to ensure the plaguge doesnt spread.

FYI here's  link about it.

Secrets of the dead.

Halloween and the 1200's shouldn't be captivating today.

-- yet the mythology still captivages people today.

Being boaring in the enlightnenment   mythology isn't interesting to me.

Comment by Chris on August 31, 2017 at 10:37pm

https://atheistsinaction.wordpress.com might be a place for you to check out Goranko.

Comment by Mrs.B on August 25, 2017 at 3:28pm

I am Canadian, but not French Canadian.

Comment by Chris on August 25, 2017 at 4:29am

There was a group started in France by an intelligent electrician called Atheists in Action.  Sorry, I can't recall the founders name at the moment.  

One of the things he was arguing for was to put labels on (probably King James)  Bibles saying they contained stories that weren't suitable for children. 

Comment by Stephen on August 24, 2017 at 3:16pm

My schoolboy French is well below the level for me to understand the video sadly.

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