U of NM student: ‘Racism is being overtaken by religionism’ in ‘our epiphenomenon of a nation’


In our country today, racism is being overtaken by religionism. That is quite a feat, because there are all these completely different races constituting our epiphenomenon of a nation. Discrimination based on racism is on the decline because the laws that apply are well-exercised by now. Not so with religionism, where there is dangerous regression.

Witness the new Indiana law allowing businesses to refuse service to customers born a certain way. That was these crusaders’ shot across the bow. It hurts because it is an actual law enacted by Christianist forces in their legislature who were emboldened by the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision.

That, in turn, was a scenario emboldened by the Supreme Court’s decision to allow explicitly Christian prayers to be said right at the start of a town hall meeting in tiny Greece, New York. That further emboldened other townships to do the same, and has also emboldened actual judges in allowing and even unilaterally installing explicitly Christian monuments like the Ten Commandments right there on city government property.

The most unconscionable of these in these times of war is where a government-built war monument has been adorned with only Christian displays. Like its “Onward, Christian Soldiers” and not “Onward, American Soldiers”?

Yes, old discrimination in new bottles — only this time the wine is being handed down from Christian bigots literally of the highest order: our Supreme Court. Curious how this body, whose primary job is to check the constitutionality of lower decisions brought before it, is itself contradicting the First Amendment right there in the Constitution.


Arun Anand Ahuja, UNM (University of New Mexico) student

Maybe this student needs to find another ‘epiphenominal’ nation to live in.  He (or she?) seems to find America and Christianity intolerable.   No doubt there has been heavy-duty indoctrination at the university. WTF is an epiphenomenon of a nation?

  • Uhm. OK.

  • cmh

    Read this fantastic article and you will understand what’s really going on at this university…


    • Frau Katze

      Sounds really crazy. This person doesn’t seem to talking about Islam but the craziness has seeped into everything, apparently.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I had a good friend that was working on his Masters in “Literary Criticism” and … yeah.

  • Dana Garcia

    How do today’s liberal students major in sociology? Everything in that field is generalizations based on race and culture.

  • Microaggressive

    What I want to say will be:

    A) Deleted
    B) Get me banned, again
    C) Bring the government down on this blog
    D) You can imagine

    • Drunk_by_Noon
      • Microaggressive

        Not exactly

        Unlike some folks, I don’t believe in the idea that there exists an untouchable group.

        I don’t believe in the “always a victim” fairytale

        Can’t say it though, even as that ideology which originated from such a stalwart group wreaks havoc today.

    • WalterBannon

      yes, but after the civil war we might build a statue of you if you say it with conviction…

      • Microaggressive

        I don’t want that

  • ontario john

    Damn those Christians! Is there no end to their atrocities. Its a good thing we have islam to keep them in their place.

  • These pseudo-intellectuals believe that if they use big words- especially made-up ones- that no one will catch on that they are full of it.

    Not working.

  • Alain

    Just another “student” as American as apple pie no doubt.

  • Minicapt

    Just look at the second and third paras, and admit his imagination needs no goosing. But then the original SCOTUS case which began the string involved the consumption of peyote, which appears now to be required of UNM students.