The statement he makes is loud and clear, hidden in plain site for those who take the time to connect the dots and have enough curiosity to fuel their journey into unknown territory an open mind and flexible perception helps a lot.
If religion was about making fine non-pop art mainstream and bringing awesome, fresh, futuristic concepts to the collective consciousness, the world would not be so fucked up today because talent, creativity, originality and individuality would be the main focus, not superficial poppycock; those things would be praised and encouraged and supported in society by all institutions, not demonized and stigmatized.
I only ask that my opinions are regarded respectfully and whoever opposes them does so in a mature, civilized manner.
A decade later it had grown to hundreds of fans.
The consequence of this one-liner internet culture is non-linear, tunnel thinking, which is baaaaaad.
You earn awesome rewards like enlightenment, spiritual revelations, truths, knowledge, wisdom and the most profound reward of all: the drive to improve yourself to the absolute maximum, so an unending, unshakable drive.
And what awaits you in the end of it all? The whole point of this destruction is achieving the finest results possible by letting go of the imperfect, purging it on a regular basis, to make way for the perfect.