Re: OBJECtive morality and GOd Fuck you if you dnt agree with me
Note: Objective morality is not Absolute morality. Many people believe that morality is absolute, but far fewer would say that it is actually Objective (i.e. indepdent of the Subject, whether as causing or affected). Or at least, I would think that they wouldn't. Many seem to have values that are based on "following the rules" for no reason other than that they are rules, or "to increase knowledge" for no reason other than that knowledge is increased.
If you claim that the proper way to act is in reference to such Objective measures as these, then I guess you are saying that morality is Objective. But in my opinion, the only way such a view could be justified is if you were to justify such goals in terms of Subjective considerations. However, people with such views rarely do this, as fundamentally they are just acting on instinct, not on any sufficient reason for moral principle. And I suppose this is a legitimate way to go about things - you should always be true to yourself. If it doesn't work for you, then evolution will make sure things change, and if it doesn't work out for the collective, evolution will make sure things change.
Do what you feel is right, but ask the question to yourself sincerely.
kick it old school