Mission Statement Awareness for Humanity

Mission Statement Awareness for Humanity

Mission Statement Welcome to Awareness for Humanity

Our purpose is to be a venue for truth and awareness. The information provided here is available to people from all walks of life in order to make them better aware of the truth behind many age-old and controversial issues surrounding political and religious issues.

Awareness for Humanity members are not afraid of discussing contentious religio-political issues. It is only by being a resource and through discussion and education that Awareness for Humanity can bring "Truth and Awareness" to the pain and suffering that has been caused over the ages in the name of country and religion. We follow in the traditions begun by those who fought for America's freedoms, who spoke freely and without fear of secular or religious consequences.

Some of the information here may be difficult for some to accept, especially on the emotional level, and is especially likely to enrage religious fundamentalists. The time is now, however, to speak out against the suffering and devastation that has been the result of millennia of interference in human affairs by monotheistic religious movements.

It is important to understand that it is not our intention to denounce religious beliefs of others or to deny them their right to worship. Rather, we seek to illuminate the truth behind religion. Monotheistic teachings have unintended consequences on the human mind, and just as the ruler of a nuclear power does not understand fully the power they control, so too people do not understand how powerful a religion's influence is over their lives.

All three religious denominations, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, are filled with fictitious pious rules for human control and have doctrines of eternal damnation, which lead to hate, death and destruction. All three are also monotheistic religions.

Monotheism has a history of being a doctrine dedicated to absolute human control. It is a teaching that is out of...

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