RELIGIONITIS.

DEFINITION - A viral disease affecting the brain, causing mental disorder and irrational thought processes. 

PROGNOSIS - Poor, unless immediate action taken. It spreads rapidly through the brain like a cancerous growth; it is only observed in human animals, it is absent in the more intelligent species.

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS - Look for excessive piety, crosses on necklaces, other religious emblems and religious dress codes (an example is women wearing black bin-liners with a slit for the eyes), emblems on homes and cars, dead or mutilated bodies in the case of Islam…….

SYMPTOMS: ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIESTS - Paedophilianitis, irrationalinitis, bigotrynitis, hypocriticinitis, invincibilitynitis......... 

SYMPTOMS: OTHERS - Most of the above (paedophilianitis is generally not observed in married clergy) and often proselytisingitis can be severe. 

TREATMENT - The only known cure is Post-Theism-Anti-God-Virus Software; thanks to modern science, it is now readily available on-line. This must be taken daily and the patient must be kept away from religious books, services, media etc until rationalism is observed.

Found on http://www.facebook.com/SA.Atheists?fref=ts and just had to share 

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