Is the Easter Bunny evil?

Is the Easter Bunny evil?

It’s fun to toy with young ignorant gullible little imagination minds with imagery and mythology entities like Santa Clause that rewards kids with presents for being good, Rabbits that lay colored eggs and hides them for children, Tooth Fairy that pays out for lost teeth, Mythological creatures, the boogey man and a host of Walt Disney caricatures and creatures. Kids even invent their own imaginary friends or scary things. However children grow out of imaginary beliefs…or do they (we)?  Or do we simply grow into even more prolific and unimaginable mythological beliefs?

Religion professes mythological stories as real to excite children to teach them about God or is it to simply implant delusion? There are also stories to indoctrinate the adolescent as well as the adult. The fairytale stories get more complex and unbelievable but that is the purpose behind the stories.  A religious person is to learn to use faith and belief not understanding or reason.  You simply do not question God or the Bible because if you do you go to hell and are excommunicated from the flock or worse.

The shear genius behind the writing of the new age religion of Christianity is telling of a controlling business government entity that also enjoys playing with the ignorant and gullible. Telling stories that are outright lies can also be called fraud and deceit. What is it called when we do it to children…fun? Those that believe the stories have been deluded and when they believe the lies to be true reality it becomes delusion. These kid stories are a training ground to soften the mind into accepting mythology as reality. Truly…how far have we progressed from impalement and stake burning?

Super half man half god figures that defy death rising up and floating away, Gods that fly in the sky and live in silver gold and crystal cities, devils and dark demons that control our minds and burn us eternally in hell, witches and sorcerers and every kind of mythological story one can “imagine” still live in the “reality” of our adult society. The delusion so powerful that anyone that does not believe is considered evil and a threat to the religious collective, ridiculed and ostracized or even killed.  At this stage it is criminal delusion and out right insanity.

So I question: Is our supposedly benign little games we play with our children’s minds just for fun or simply a way to train them to accept even bigger and more ridiculous dark mythological beliefs as they grow older, simply a part of an ancient sinister plot to control our kids and so control them as deluded adults: This sinister crime invisible to us because of our own delusion handed down parent to child for thousands of years? Is it possible for delusion to “see” delusion?

And what of the abuse we all suffer because of mass delusional mythological beliefs not only as a society but as a world populated with bigotry, religious supremacy and war?

All this coming from the gate way delusion of a fat jolly bearded man and egg laying rabbits?

So…Is the Easter Bunny evil? I leave that for you to decide because the reality of life is that we all get to choose what we want to believe in. To bad the children don’t.

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3 Responses to Is the Easter Bunny evil?

  1. Cassandra says:

    I like this one because I have very young children. I dont teach my 3 year old about Santa, the Easter bunny, etc even though we still half-heartedly unofficially celebrate these events. We mostly use it as an excuse to spend time together and make food! However, my mother is already trying to brainwash my 3-year old whenever she visits her. It is really disturbing that she needs to make my daughter believe something and make her concious of stupid stuff rather than just letting my daughter be a child and live life without expectations. Younger generations are already beginning to question the older ones.

  2. sk1951 says:

    It is essential for your children to believe in child hood fairytale. It helps to prepare them for the unbelievable adult mythological fairytales and delusions they will eventually have to succumb to to be a “normal” part of society.

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