I believe in materialism and only in materialism. I will
not allow myself to believe in anything else.
do not believe in anything else unless I can touch it, see
it, hear it, smell it or taste it.
will call myself a ‘skeptic’ even though I fully
realize I am cheating and lying when I do this because a
skeptic always allows for ‘doubt’ and for possible
subsequent confirmation, whereas as a materialist I do NOT
allow for doubt. I am absolutely convinced absolutely nothing
beyond physical explanation of the world around can exist.
regard secular orthodoxy and materialism as my gods and
my salvation for this lifetime on this earth. As an extreme
materialist I will always push selfishness to its extreme
to attain maximum pleasure – even if I have to corrupt
or prostitute my talents or exploit my position in life
to attain all this.
do not believe in helping the weak, aiding the poor, helping
those who cannot help themselves or in doing anything unless
there is a direct benefit in it for me or for my own career.
am strongly against spirituality, against religion, against
‘god’, and actively against anything else EXCEPT
the ‘secular religion’ of materialism.
live only for materialism and will do anything in my power
to work against belief in the paranormal, psychic phenomena
and anyone who tries to show the afterlife exists.
believe I will not be ultimately responsible for my negative
actions, negative deeds, negative manipulations, negative
conduct in any way.
an extreme materialist, I will maliciously do anything to
attain my goal – I will lie, cheat, misrepresent,
deceive, deface, desecrate anything which is fundamentally
inconsistent with my extreme belief in materialism.
am a short term thinker and short term planner for my immediate
gain with absolutely no thoughts past this lifetime on earth.
will sooner or later catch up with these hard core materialists.
Some will learn and accept the inevitability of the afterlife.
But those who remain obdurately stubborn they will learn
the very hard way. But there is eternity to learn the lessons.
Zammit January 2005