http://www.dpjs.co.uk/god.html I have witnessed many times beings (human?) that salivate and attack good people for the pleasure just because it is good. They so want to corrupt it or degrade it or make it obscure so that evil can have topdog status. They have contempt for good and mock and demean it. there are just so many people like this who have more power than good and honest people that it is more than peculiar and suspicous that you are living in a universe where evil is given more respect and POWER. when i do see good allowed, it is because it is in the service of benefiting evil people as well. yes, it may also benefit good people to some extent as well but i've found it always benefits evil people more. it's like they have more divine natural rights here and first in line. It also gives the illusion that society is mostly 'good' or not completely corrupt when it isn't, ringing alarm bells or people realizing the corruption. Now i understand when i compile all that i've experienced and witnessed dealing with religious people who fervently believe in god which many logically should have joined satanism considering their real nature, opinions and actions, right? No, they know that nature favors them and immorality as well as hypocrisy just fine (it works, can be effective etc), so why wouldn't they believe in God? If there is a God, it allows it and if this is a design, it also allows it. Once i asked a particular person why they were so obnoxiously proud of doing something harmful or evil toward another and they point blank stated, "just because i can!!!" with conviction. This was a woman theist. the reason was also because it was unethical and uncalled for so it was defensive but yet there was something obscenely base powerful, unapologetic and unashamedly depraved about it. the fact you can't stop them and so it is their divine right, even if it's unfair or even if it's unethical, does not matter. only god could and god made them that way. there was a divine, yet disgusting, understanding on a deep level of being able to do evil and to that person doing evil was their divine right whenever they felt like it. Makes perfect sense in that regard. why wouldn't unethical people not believe in god just as well. there is just no way around it, when you weigh and add up all the pros and cons. when you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. God is evil.